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ALL ABOUT GRBEAT FALLS AND ITS
The Tribune Annual Appears on Tlm.
It Is Bieh in Information and
(From Satuda'sa Daily.)
The TeRsUNa's annual number of
which the u-rst edition is issued today,
will receive a public welcome through
out the city.
The ANNUAL is profusely illustrated
with engravings executed in the highest
style of art. These illustrations are all
well calculated to make known the
growth and prospects of the city and coun
These illustrations include a view of
the Boston & Montana Smelter as it will
appear when completed during the cur
rentyear; views of the Montana Smelter,
coal works at Sand Coulee, business
blocks, etc. There is also a ine view of
the Baptist church, and many other cuts.
These illustrations have been produced
by artists of high merit and regardless of
The descriptive matter in the TRInUNE
ANNUAL is all fresh and interesting. It
deals with each phase of progress in
North Montana-farmIng, mining, manu
factures and trade.
The articles have been written by
authorities on each subject and present
the newest and freshest account of North
Important communications are pub
lished from the pen of Hon. Paris tibson,
Senator W. A. Clark, Sam Hill and others
which will make interesting reading for
the people ofGreatFalls and will stimulate
the investment of money in real estate,
mines and factories.
This is a hurried sketch of a masterly
work on the resources and prospects of
Great Falls, which must be studied care
fully to realize the full extent of its va
ried information and pictorial beauty.
THE TnRnUNE ANNUAL is home-made.
It does credit to the skill and taste of
Great Falls printers and pressmen, who
have produced a work that is pleasing to
the eye, and will be long preserved for
THE TRIBUNE ANNUAL has been spe
cially prepared for wide-spread circula
tion. It will serve to advertise Great
Falls far and wide, convincing merchants
and manufacturers, as well as people oi
moderate means, that this city stands at
the head of progress in the great boom
SPRAY OF T01HE FALLS.
[Prom Satarday's Daily.]
A. Nathan, the one-price clothier, re
ceived a large shipment of shoes yester
Miss Katie Gibbs is reported much
worse to day and she is not expected to
Russel B. Harrison, the president's son,
passed through here today on his way to
It is repotted that there were 100 cases
of la grinpe at Sand Coulee during the
E. L. Cornell, who supplies Sand Cou
lee with lacteal fluid was in the city on
Frank Hollingsworth, one of Deep
creek's promising young men, spent afew
days in the city this week.
William Ulm, of Ulm, sprained his
ancle about a week ago, and has suffered
from the accident ever since.
Silverman, Cohen & Co., of Choteau,
have a large lot of supplies in the freight
depot here awaiting their order.
Mr. Robinson, the railroad contractor,
left yesterday for his home in Duluth, to
remain until his health improves.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Cundy arrived yester
day via Helena from Anoka, Minn., and
will make this city their future home.
Isaac Jordan, one of the prominent
ranchmen of Deep creek, spent a few dsys
in the city this week and returned home
T. Lacey of Benton, yesterday, shipped
26 dead porkers to the Great Falls mar
ket. These are just the right size for
family use, weighing about 175 pounds
Thos. MacGregor, formerly chef de
cuisine at the Arcade, accompanied by
his new wife, wentout to Truly this morn
ing where they will visit at Isaac Jor
J. M. Gaunt, the genial rustler for S. U.
Ashby & Co., has the agency for the
Wheeler & Wilson sewing machine and
yesterday received his first shipment of
Among the Pork hotel arrivals are S
Allen, St Paul; D W Grant, Nelhart
branch; W W Wilson, Minneapolis;\V H
Perkins, A C Marshmas annd G K Mal
Mr. Thomas Wheeler, formerly of Sand
Coulee, returned this morning from Ver.
r.ont, accompanied by his bride. Miss
Wheeler, his daughter by his first wife,
came with him.
L. O. Leonard and wife of Anaconda,
are at the Park hotel. Mr. Leonard is
editor of the Anaconda Review and gen
eral manager of the Rocky Mountain
The physicians report the health of the
city as better. Each attack of grippe has
lasted, on the average, about two days.
The general healthfulness of the winter
has helped invalids considerably.
Dr. H. T. Monahan received his house
Buy Lots in North Greatt Fals.
It covers the BEAUTIFUL PLATEAU overlooking the THE SITE OF IMMENSE FACTORIES. AN IMMENSE DAM TO BE BUILT. THE BEST PLACE TO INVEST.
BLACK EAGLE FALLS, where the CHOICEST RESLDN7NCE
and BUSINESS LOTS may, for a limited time, be purchased for
less than HALF THE PRICE of other property not so well lo- An Immense Dam is now under contract tobe constructed acroses
cated. Prices only $100 to $350 for 50 feet front. Terms easy. The BOSTON & MONTANA COMPANY have selected the Missouri River above Black Eagle Falls at NORTH GREAT
Send for maps and other information to NORTH GREAT FALLS as the site of their IMMENSE FAC- FALLS at a cost of a Half Million Dollars, and will furnish power The GREATEST RISE IN VALUES of REAL ESTATE
for Hundreds of Mills. Other improvements will rapidly follow
J. 0. GREGG, Park Hotel, Great Falls, Mont TOR's, which will urmshconstantemployment to thousanda which will createdemand fohmore milrontsll.anello during 1890 will be in NORTH GREAT FALLS by reason of
Sof workmen whose CASH WAGUES will circulate every month in Rainbow and Crooked falls will be , all of which are with- the MILLIONS to be EXPENDED in that vioinity in laprove
Or A. K. BARBOUR, Helena, Mont, NORTH GREAT FALLS and vicinity. in a few minutes' walk of NORTH GREAT FALLS. ments during the year.
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO THOSE WHO DESIRE TO BUILD IMMYIIEDIATELY.
hold goods today from Minneapolis. He
has rented one of the Lawler cottages on
the south side and will move in today.
He expects his wife on the noon train to
It is reported that Joe Housen of Sand
Coulee, has purchased the saloon fixtures
now used by Mathers & Person on First
avenue south, and will open out there
about Feb. 1. Mathers & Person will
open an entirely new outfit in the middle
room of the Luther block.
SI. Raleigh arrived yesterday with a
car load of household goods and three
fine horses. Mrs. Raleigh also arrived by
the noon train. They come fronm south
ern Wisconsin and propose to cast their
lot with Great Fails. Thlere is plentyof
room for such energetic, enterprising
people and they will not regret the step
they have taken.
W. A. Naylor, of St. Paul, general su
perintendent of the western division of
the American Express company, has giyen
orders for the office here to get ready for
the largest businoess ever done. From the
indications there he thinks that Great
Falls will have the largest express busi
ness of any city on the Great Northern
lines during the coming season.
H. H. Nelson, of the Chestnut valley,
said today to a TaIHUNE reporter: "This
is proving a good season for stock. There
has been just enough snow for the cattle
when they needed it most. The cattle
are now in good condition and strong
enough to go through the winter success
fully, however hard it may be. The home
demand for catle is fair. Steers are held
now at $5, $7.50 and even $10 higher than
Peter Collett, a cousin of Mr. H. Neitz
ling, proprietor of the Pioneer hotel, died
about 1 p. m. today. Mr. Collett was
originally from Virginia, but came here
from Alabama. He had been suffering a
long time with consumption which final
ly carried him of. Mr. Collett had been
in the employ of Mr. Neitzling for sever
al months and was respected and es
teemed by all who knew him.
Capt. W. J. Clark, who is in the city,
will take his departure, Monday, for the
east to be gone until about the 1st of
SMarch. Capt. Clark, who has been at
Nelhartfor several weeks looking after
the development of the Monarch mine,
reports most favorably in regard to that
property. The tunnel is now driven over
500 feet and from the time the lead was
struck they have had all along a fine vein
of mineral. The mountain at that point
is very steep, so that they are now 400 feet
from the surface. They are working
three shifts and will continue right along
until they show up one of the very best
mines in Montana. The ore is high grade
and as the vein is several feet in width it
is evident that Capt. Clark and his asso
ciates have a genuine bonanza.
James Tyndall. an Englishman, came
in from Belt last week, where he had been
at work on the railroad. He was suffering
from a severe cold, which, with a fresh
attack combined with the prevalent la
grippe, developed into pneumonia. He
was stopping at the Pioneer hotel and was
out of bed and around the house part of the
time, and was not considered dangerously
sick. Last night, about 12:80, he came
down stairs, when Mr. Gibbs, the night
clerk, gave him a glass of milk and told
him to go back to bed. Tyndall went up
stairs, and about thirty minutes afterward
Mr. Gibbs started up to his room, and in
going by looked into Tyndall's room to
see if he wanted anything. He saw
Tyndall lying across the bed, with his
feet on the floor. When he went to
rouse him he found the body stiff and
cold in death. Up to 3 p. m. today the
coroner could not be found so nothing
had been done with the body. Tyndall
was on his way to Helena where he has
a friend who Is working in the Montana
Central shops or store.house." The body
will probably be held to await the re
quest of friends, if any are found.
Co-Operative or Assesument Vs. Old Line
Life Insuranm e Companies.
Co-operative insurance means promis
ing you something for less than it costs.
It is the discarded plan in regular com
panies of a "die to win" policy. If you
die before the company bursts your wife
MAY get SOME money. None of the poli
cies agree to pay a fixed amount, but only
what an assessment will net. Say that
you stay in an assessment company for
five years (the average length of life of
such associations), the company or associ
ation "goes up;" you get nothing. You
don't pay your assessment on the day
you get nothing; you drop out of the or
der or company-you get nothing.
The New York Lifehasbeen organized
45 years. Assets to protect policy hold
ers, $05,000,000. So it is the strongest of
all. You have 80 days grace on allprem
lums, including the first, so don't delay
insuring. You don't care or are unable
to make payments and we give you a paid
lip policy. The company takes no man's
money that it is not willing to render an
JUSTICE, EQUITY AND STRENGTH.
Insure at once, at low iates, with
Opposite Park Hotel, Great Falls.
WANTED-Good cook wanted. Apply
to Tillie Sheridan, Central avenue.
Go to the Palace Barber Shop and get
shaved by Prof. Bryan, the Tonsoral Ex
Before purchasing your guns and amu
nition call and examine the large stock of
Bach, Cory & Co.'s.
Call on flotchkiss & Hawkins if you
want any kind. of Plumbing or steam fit
ting done. All kinds of supplies on hand.
For Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver
ware, Spectacles and repairing of fine
watches, call on J. A. Robinson, Kings
Miss Tillie Sheridan is gaining favor
as tonsorial artist. She lately purchased
a neat cigar stand, and will keep a choice
stock of first class igaurs.
A young man who desires to attend
school during the winter wants to work
morning and evening, for hisbloard. Ap
ply to this office for further information.
Balmoral Skirt Patterns going at 5c
each at Joe Conrad's
This Powder never varies. A marvel
of purity than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold in competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight, alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.
ROYAL BAKING POWDER Co.,
107 Wall street, New York.
SEWING :-: MACHINES
Opposite Park Hotel.
Furniture, Carpets & Wall Papal
PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEBT.
GENERAL - AGENCY
GREAT FALLS, MONT.
The Mammoth Drawing for January,
Capital Prize, 8800,000,
Oosars January 14tb.
TICKETS SOLD---PRIZES CASHED
Address by ordinary letter containing
money orders issued by express coam
panies, exchange, draft or postal note, om
for tickets, circulars and all information
Great Falls, Mont
Address Registered Letters containing
currency to the First National Bank
Great Falls, Mont.
Mortgage - Loans
Short and long time loans on im"
proved town property and farm
H. 0. CHOWEN & CO,, Agts.
Office opposite Park HoteL
The College of Montana
Full course in the classics, sciences,
music and art. Instruments, apparatus
and furniture new and complete. Every
reasonable comfort in the boarding de
partment a cost. Both sexes admitted
on equal terms. For catalogue and In
formation, address the president,
Rev. 0, J. MoMILLAN, D. 0,
Deer Lodge, Montana.
For travelers going to Barker and Kib.
bey from Great Falls. Good stabling
and feed. Board and Lodging. Wines,
Liquors and Cigars. Rott. Bates, Otter
Creek, six miles above Belt.
This space is re
served for A. Nathan,
the One-Price Cloth
ier, Great Falls, Mont.
RIGHT THIS WAY
Don't be backward in coming forward, and don't fall over yourselves it
the rush. We are no robbers, so we won t hold you up. Don't let any,
body hold you down. What do we mean t We mean that its about time
for everybody to know that we are on deck again with a
SUPERB STOCK OF WINTER GOODS.
In Ladies', Misses' and Children's Cloaks we have a most complete
line. We start them at $2 to $80. Don't buy Cloaks elsewhere at 25 pes
cent more money.
Boots, Shoes and Rubber Goods,
We have a most complete line. The celebrated Rochester Seminara
Ladies Fine Kid Shoes at $3.50 cannot be duplicated for $5.
In Dress Goods, Hosiery, Notions, etc., it will pay you to look us ovel
as we are satisfied we can save you money. In Millinery we have a mose
complete line, and with an experienced trimmer we can please the mosl
MAIL ORDERS -SOLICITED.
R. D. BECKON,' Prop'r New York Cash Bazaar, Great Falls
n. o. cHowN PZae, e aora Jr. &. wirai,
P amedeat. .rel.iaeat. See. a rl-..
CATARACT IILL CORPANY
MaanfMtaers of th following Brands of Hish-Gsde Flour
Diamond, Gold Dust,
Cataract, Silver Leaf
CASH PAID FOR WHEAT. MILL FEED FOR SALE
OP110E - At Mi foot of (eantr Avenue. OGet yalle. Mo
Leading Merchant Tailor,
OF THE NORTHWEST
All the latest styles in OVERCOATING, SUITINGS and PANTS is
stock. A portion of your patronage respectfully solicited.
WC" Examine goods and prices before buying elsewhere
Next door to the Postoffice Great Falls, Mont.
The Fidelity ao Casually Co.
OF' -=wE 'YOReE .
Cash Capital, - - - 50,000
Assets, - - 800,000
U. S. bonds deposited with the N. Y. Insurance Dept. - 200,000
Accident Plate Glass, Fidelity and Steam Boiler Departments.
AGENTS WANTED IN MONTANA.
PHIL GIBSON, State Agt Great Falls, Mont.
BACO, CORY & CO
Great Falls, Montana.
Groceries, Hardware, Crockery,
Stoves and Tinware.
We carry the largest stock of Groceries and
Hardware in-Northern Montana.
This sunes is all new goods of the best grades only. We buy everything in car lots
from first hands and our prices cannot be met west
of the Missouri river.
This is the largest and most complete stock carried in ths portron of the terri
ritory. This stock includes Mining "ools, Steel Iron, etc., Blacksmith Supplies of
all kinds, Builder's and General Hardware; Heating and Cooking Stoves and a fall
asesortment of Tin and Granite Ware.
H. McKNIGHT & CO.,
shford Steel Skein and Tubular Axle Wagons
SPRING WAGONS, BUGGIES,
Buck-Boards, Road Carts, John Deere Plows, Harrows and Farming Implements.
Tents and Wagon Sheets, Wind Mills and Pumps. Cooper's Sheep Dip. Team and
Buggy Harness, Saddles and Whaps.
EXTRAS FOR MACHINERY.
sCentm As., noa Third est. . Great Fall.
S. O. Asnar. C. A. iaoAnwivaa
S. C. ASHBY & CO.,
HELENA AND GREAT FALLS.
Common - Sense Bob - Sleighs,
MITCHELL FARM AND SPRING WAGON,
Fine Carriages, Buggies, Photons, Cutters,
BUCK-BOARDS AND ROAD CARTS.
'D We carry in setk a full line of Team and Buggy Harness, Saddle,
Bridles, Whips, Lap Robe Curry Combs, Brushes, etc. Also Acme,. Disc, Spslr
Tooth and Drag Harrows HoosierDrills and Seeders, Superior Drill, Planet Jr. Get
den Cultivators and Drills, Wall Tents, Wagon Covers, Feed Mills, Barb Ware, sir
DEDERIOK HAY PRESSES.
Forst & Bradly's Sulky, Gang and Walking Plows
IXTRAS FOR MACHINERY.
Bntter, hlis, Pony,Fresfi Ost ers
CANDIES, NUTS, VEGETABLES & FRUITS.
Central Ave., next door to Bee Hive, - - Great Fall
E. H. IMOORMAN & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
BUTTER AND EGGS
WE CARRY NOTHING. BUT FIRST-CLASS GOODS.
Central Ava, between Third and Fourth Sti, - Great Falls