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fror Wing Camps, Business .
Cen the Farm and k
e. Range. ol
S iRS IN BUTTE.
e C.it. [ay 14.-A faro bucker fi
won $ 0 in one of the gambling
Pipes Springs are for rent.
Moult as shipped eleven bars cc
er, wo 15,300. he
. cricke ub will begin practice to- all
iteen n members have joined me
tte Tu 'erein, which will hold a
:tion o me 1.
and ch ty ball for the Orphans'
vill tak dace Wednesday next.
YMontan Inion boys gave a be;n
0 ex-tr, dispatcher Harry Hill, c
;tt him ay-rejoicing with a beau
ain an ocket.
tte je er displays a pair of dia- E
ar-dro worth $3,000 and a spray Stil
Ild c $2,100. par
delhi Randall company have
ed th "Chimes of Normandy"
rand qra house. T
jter-Aenta infiutends to issue a TRI
imer 4dition, giving an exhaustijp mor
of thd mineral developement so pub
rter-lfountain says that in a few will
ill be authorized to announce lical
ption of a great mining enter- any
ich will give employment, direct- scril
indirectly, to 500 miners and ceiv
lontana Grand Lodge of the
f Pythias will give their annual
ere on Tuesday next. Ninteen
11 be represented. There will
et and a ball during the week.
ERPAING WOOL RATES.
ton, May 13.-Major Baldwih
recall some stray Indians to Sil
wards has arrived here from
mtain bonanzas. (I
[organ of Dubuque reports
t f creek country is prosperous.
night of Fort Shaw is here
cted hat Thomas Hanlon, Will
us, ill stay here to buy cases
h for eastern parties.
n Transportation compa".y
ounce their through rate on
go, New York and Boston.
have their arrangements
)th the Northern Pacific to
Duluth, but rates over the
ra roads have been difficult
Ss, general manager of the
t n Telegraph Co., has gne Grp
to, which will soon be con
n graph with Medicine Hat
W nadian Pacific wirei are HO
Snnell will arrive here,
Sonrat,. gave a fancy dress The
b tion Thursday evening. and nip
The, was large and fashionable. to any
od company are playing to Sta
'HING FOR GAS.
be 12.-Public attention p
bexi the merits of Mathew s
Hopr this city.
Th rier says: "The in
corp o doubt, in dead earnest
in th purposes, and it now
OnlY! be seen whether they
have !ncialresources or back
ng nd equip the Bozeman
and ine. Every indication
ain sumption appears to be
Eig dollars have been sub
scribet>r natural gas.
J. Hi imported a£Clydesdale
when -oig about 1,800 pounds
In the winter wheat, is
SBoze aring already for a
aMiss The Times publishes
a list ineral locations for
April. 140 acres of placer
ground e eek. They are all
and C orest district, Libby
The d n lots in Missoula
continuer .any investments by
lJudge rs to give four acres
Kline de begun business in
Chto ef E5ron has been here
over th he rail road bridge
Omaha sha man-Rather
rough cli ay, isn't it?
Minnea autiful climate,
eternal so . in fact we have
pretty goo the Garden of
Eden was l
"I saw by day or so ago
that halsto g
at St. Paul. goose eggs fell
kins at i as big as pump
Now that nug direct and
regular co coach with
Neihart, it iessman to
establish pl elations at the
earliest op p epe ple of
that camp. * in a i"
ness way to G pnaple
the camp are her eitiren
trade at the *
Wede a end
tare" in our
prediton, pulh a
long, .tormiy : k think o
all the' ca . we :6i to
blame fori ~; it
Bismaro pecl bi. h
laic Bay toa rt e takes
l. two companies of the cavalry to the
for service in the construction of th
tension of the Manitoba road. The
sness will keep in the van, and while there
knowledge of an intention on the p
the Indians to interfer with the bui
of the road across the reservation, 1*
been thought best by the company a 11
as by the government to have troop ie
Parties erecting wire fences sho be
bars compelled to regard the law, ral
head of stock have been pretty ba cut
e to- already this spring in this vicinity fle
law is very plain, and any infrin ent
ined may result in a severe penalty.
ans' The Livingston Coke & Coal 4iany
S has ordered material for fourtq new
Shelled corn has been sold in lings
eau- which was raised successfully in Yel
dia- A forty-ton smelter is to be eted at
fray Stillwater, Park county, by Mi polis
dy" The Semi-Weekly Tribug.
The first issue of the SEaI'EEKLY 18f
e TRIBUxE will appear next 1nuesday 18E
ai morning. It is our intention to Ike this 18E
so publication especially attractiv or our 188
country subscribers. No moner pains 188
ew will be'spared to make it th ig pub- 188
ice lication of the territory. It ýi-J sent to
er- any address three months for' Sub
sct- scribers to the weekly will hensrth re
ind ceive two papers a week wi ut extra
ial GEORGE W. TAY#,
jk, ATTO iNEY AT L '.
NOT4RY PU i0
i e8 clal Attention
to Siven to Rea .state and L Entries. -
JOHN STANT( , A
s. ATTOI TEY AT LAN AND.
re N . ARY PUBL.
Will practi in all courts it territory.
pecial aent given to real estand nmning
t Falls, Mon/
. E. J NARY,
M t or ad ilde
e BR K AND STONE R.
e Great 11s, I Mont.
HOR SAND ATTLE
The unigned .have menced stock
herding a from this date I run both day
and night rds. dtock takes om and brought
to any p of the town at y time desired.
Charges nahle, H ead rs at the Eclipse
Stables F t Avn outh i Fourth Street,
whereao scan heleft L in C
LOMRIANN ULJL, Herders.
Great Is, May 11887, i
STH PARK HOTEL,
The ly First-CI ss House in Fine Bar and Billiard-Room in
the Cit . Connection,
e OP D~Aacd NIGHT Stocked wiA Choice Liquors and Cigars.
Central Avenue and Park Drive.
D. C. EHRKARTJ/ roprietor.
THE CASCADE HOTEL,
eptrally Located. i The Squarest MCal
Fir Ave. S., ft. 3d and 4th Sts. in Great Falls for the Money.
Transient Rates, $2 per'Day.
H. RINGWALD, Proprietor.
THE ST. ELMO,
st Avenue South, near Corner Third Street.
The St. Elmo Table-d'hote is not Surpassed at any Hotel
in the City of Great Falls.
, Mms. DICKINSON & DUPONT, Proprietors.
AIEET 'AND DEST-B&U NT
Fresh Bread, Rolls, Pies, and Cakes Every Day.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Iso Bar in Connection Stocked with the Fias tBrands Of Uporsd Ca
Central iavue, opp ;Daily Tribune :office . : !
"? 'Great Falls, Mont.
e BEDDING, MIRRORS,
CHROMOS, CABINETWARE, '&C.
SComplete STOCK and LOW Prices.
po'isL il Orders Solicited.
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Great Falls Lumber Company
MANUFACTURE AND KEEP IN STOCK ALL KINDS OF monI
_ __l_ _inso_ _M od i_ __._ _ _ _ _ _ _ __i_ _e d ot hee
HAVE THE FINEST ASSORTMENT OFname
Shelf and Heavy Hardware
in G REAT FALLSSSED, and at prices that defy competition. A kinds of Tin Work done to
e C l a lot 1,
StLrcb. & I-otoahkjss
E HAVE THE FINEST ASSORTMENT cIF name
Shelf and Heavy Hardware na
so said II
't" in GREAT FALLS, and at prices that defy competition. All kinds of Tin Work done to MIMN
order. Call and get prices. Stone Block, Central Ave ue. H. P'
A. C. LORING, PARIS GIBSON, H. O. CHOWEN,
President. Vice-President. Sec. and Treas.
SCATARACT MILL COMPANY
Manufacturers of the fol- F H
lowing Brands of High- 18
Grade Flour: Gold Dust,
CASH PAID FOR WHEAT, MILL FEED FOR SALf,
Great Falls, Montana.
GOLD MINE SALOON
Charles McGeady, Proprietor.
Fine Brands of Liquors and Cigars in Stock
First Avenue South, bet. Third and Fourth Streets, Great Falls.
Great Falls Exchange,
CORNER FIRST AVENUE SOUTH QUESWqIEL*L. &
AND THIRD STREET. PROPRIETOa
FineU Lqurs and Clgars. BI.iard and Pool Tables,
V l - -
eclipse Livery Stable
HAMILTON++ & $EATON, Proiprietors.
S o:r~ FirstAve. South and. Fourth St.
Corral and Accomrnm~dations for Feedin; the argest tand
Best Stable in Great FalIs, Montana.
WPWe Raerb auok sand htba :#e r o with cooking ensik, fre fMthoreae a.
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SU ONM. -
In the njustice court f Great Falls towanship.
County of Chote.n, territo of Moutana: Ir
Myers, plaintiff, ve.O. N. ear., defendant
mTh Peopne of the Terro is of smmontas.a nd
greetiag to>O. E. peaors, eendant: T
You are.ereb r ired to appear in an action
brouen a 'nsou by tthe sfor.amed dain
se fitri ceunrt (1 togreaherwtohn csh
county of Cbotean, territory of Montana and to
of one hunehurd fiftedntando ndty
three cents (.15&73).interest inclded and now
due on accont forf thldge Peacter of said Tonished
Gto. W. t a. d A 3 f laintiff d you ae
erebynpttifiedthatif yonu fal to so appear and
answer said complaint, as saove required, said
Plaintiffo.-ii take judgment againet you for inal Proof.id
sum of de hudrLand and fifty-ne atHe dolenars and
seventy-three cents (59.7),together with cowts
of this suit.
naiven under my hand this tenthdyof May,
A. D. 1887. GEORGE E. RY
Justice of the Peace of said Township.
G.o. W. TAwor, Attorney for Plaintiff.
[First publication May 14.]
Notice for Final Proof.
Land Office at-Helena, Montana,
Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make that proof will he made before the probate
37 in go of Ch tean county. Montana, at Fort
37 Benton, on June 18, 1887. vi: William H. White,
who made Pre-emption D. 8. N. 816.for th
7 WE. of section 11, towns.ip D0 N, ranse 4 E.
7 He namee the following witneses, to prove his
continuous residence upon and cultivaton of
7 . P.. . LANGHOBNE, Register.
Notice of Final Proof.
Iand Office at Helena. Mhrtana
Notice is hereby given that the following.
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in suppor of hi claim, and
thatsaid proof will be nmade before the probate
dge of Chotean county, Montana, ast FPort
enton en June 1.1887 , viz: Michael H. Har.
mon, who made Pre-mption D. 8.No. 8157 for
the NW. l of seetion I1. towrnhip 20 N.,r ange
,E. He names the following wmitnmeses to prove
his continuoens residene upon and cultivation
of said land, vi: Herman Hicker, William H.
White James N. Walkerand Charles A, Crowder,
all of direat Rall. Montana,
SP o . W. LANGHOBNE, Register.
. P.Bora, A ttorney.
Notiee for Final Proof.
Lend Office at Helena. Montana.
April 97, 187.
Notice is hereby given that the followIng
named settler has ie notice of his intention
to make nal pe-of in support of hi. claim, and
that said proof will be made before John W.
Tattran, probate judge of Chotean county. at Fort
Benton, on June 14,1&87, via: Grmeieen,
who made Pre-emption Declariation N. 6619 for
lot 1, BE. 1 of NE. l of section 6., SW. of NW.
and lot of section 5,township 19 N., range
He names the following witnesses to prone
his continuons residence upon and cultivation
ofsaid land, __: WlilliamL. Allin,Davala Cu).
hertion, Harris J. Clark and Samuel Dam, all
of Sand Conles Montana.
R. W. LANGHORNE, Register.
.. * + U-w iLn, 5eg051er.
Notice for .inal. . Proof
land Office at Helena. Montana,
April 80, 2887.
Notice is hereby given that the following.
named settler has filid notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his cim, and
that said proof will be made before the probate
dge -of Cht anU oeonty, IMontana, at Fort
Benton, June 16, 887, viza: Herman Bickser,
who made Pre.eaiptn D. S. No. 8158 forthe
SW. i of sectin!,W1 township 2 .rangu.L
He names }e .followin witn L ses to pove heis
continuous residence upon and cultivation o
said Jand, via: " William H. White, Mihael H.
Harmon, James . Wsalker and Charles A.
Crowder, all of Greast Faslls, Montanar
to Pt i . W. LANGHOB. Register.
H. P. loLu, ttornet.
Notice of Final lEntry.
NLand Office l Mont
' Notice is hereby iven that the followin4.mm..
ad settler has file notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim, and
Sthat said proof will be made before Itegiste and
Receiver at Helena, Montana, on Juno 14, 188,
via: Lewis L. Jones who madeo preuemption D.
S. No 4454 fortho 814 SW and lot 9, seion
12 and alot, section 1 tp O19,N.E, 2 ast
Henames the following witnse to prove hibl
continuous residence upoe. and cultivation of.,
said land, viz: William Negus and . P. Van
Wert of Helena, Montana, Hennry Evans and
Alfred A. Berbant of Truly, Montana.
S. W. L~zegonar, Begister.
U. S. Land Offse, Helena, Montana,
Complaint having been entered at this
by Gust Albert Joson against Alexander N.
Bresyneski for failure to compy with law s to
Tlmber.Culture Entr No. 1455OedO March 1
inm Chotean connty .ontana, with a vie to the
cancellation of said entry- contestant alleging
that the claimant has failed to bra or cause
to bebroken, five acres of land the nt ear
andhas failed up to the present time to aompl
a the requirement of the timbor-ocultur
Wherefore, the said parties are hereby sum
moned to appear at this office on the 24th days o
May, 1887 at 10 o'clock a.m., to respond and
furnish testimony concerning said -alleged fail
ure, The testimony:to be need to be taken be.
Sfore Geo. R., nouy tar ublic at fi r eatli,
Montana, on the 17th da of Maui 1811.
S. W. Ltaoia, flegiat..
U. S. Land Office., Helena, M . I
IComplainthaving beenemioe at this st
faiure to comply with a timbr on
entr No1191 dated Januarji d, 158 upon the
k Lewisand NCLaseooent' Mo a view
to the eancelation of sad en.et nttýa at
legingthat the clkania thos dtoes
caused to be brokenve ares of land the fis
year, and has up-to the present time ailed to
reappear at this o nwow the 2 of
testimony concerning said oe f e.° Sai
testimony to be t nbeoeres ,oSry
Publ at ireatFalls, Montea a, on
Not tie o Dissolt i
nt oal " : · : ', ;