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GREAT FALLS TRIBUNES
Northern Pacific Time Table
"Montana Short Line."
New Time Table Taking Effect Nov.
1st, 1884
TRAINS ARRIVE FP.OM THE EAST -- IIF.LENA
No. 1-Paciric Epress.. :25 p. In.MAoud: in i~m
TRAINS GOING EAST FROM IIELENA
No a-Atlantic Expres .................5:10a oa
TRAINS ARRIVE FRONT TilE WEST
No :--Atlantic Express............. i.50 a mn
TRAINa (iI NG W1 T FROMT ilELESA
No 1-Pacific Expresi..................: 55p m
Wickes Branch.
Arrive at Helena at....................... t:1) p in
Leave W ickes at........................ 1W:510 im
Leave Helena daily at................3:2 a in
Arrive at Wickes at...................:30 a In
Helena and Butte Accommodation
Lteave Helenai............. _....... . 5:):n amin
Arrive at (irrrison.....................12:24p In
Leave Garrison............ ........ ... 1:i in p
Arrive at Helenn.........................:0 i mi
Pullman Palace and Ilining Crs run Ithrugh
between St. Piali a:id i nn 1 po1: r :o ut I5t n
and Portland on Atlanile and 'aciic cxprr ss
trains.
Time from Helbna to Portiand.; 5 hlonrs; to St.
Paul,52hours: ('hic fSIilm
S. U. FULTON, hineral Awent.
A MONTANA MINING (WLCH.
A Descriptive Scente of head Man's
Flat P111-in"- Early Davs.
One day rich by the sweat of their
brow, the next I eggared by the turn
of a card or the (ive. the-- ;wore. tiler
gambled, they killed each other. Foul
blasphemy, the crack of the ever
ready revolver, the death-cry of an
other victim, were the sounls that
now rent the air, accompanied by the
click of the gambling-wheel and the
shrill-piping music Of the dance
houses. For three months; the bar
continued to yield its millions: the
population doubled. trebled, till final
ly nearly every white man in Montana
was to be found in Dead Mants Flat.
Millicns were taken from the insig
aificant stretch of accumnulated sand;
when suddeniV one dark, tempest nons
night the end came: a freshet, caused
by the wasteful devastation of the
forests that clothed for many miles
the impending mountain slopes.
broke down the confining dam of a;
natural reservoir higher up the glen,
sending huge volumes of water down
the narrow ravine, wherv it -wes:t s0
erything before it. In five nmilutcs
nothing was left of tho city. (Gan
bling hells, whisky saloons and dance
houses shared the fate of the flun e
washing-cradles, and other costly ap
pliances. But the western man is of
an elastic character, and reverses only
goad him to further energy. Before
daylight divulged the whole exteut of
the devastation the flood had wrought.
the building up of a new city-this
time riot of flimsv tents. but of sub
stantial srcture;- - -had ctually be
gun. Blnt the rays of dawn nead nw,
in store which once f. r all settled the
fate of Dead Mai's Flat. The bar
was gone: With the city. with the
gambler's tools and the whisky bar
rels. had been swept awvay the gold
bearing scndl oait. The same OSrI
cesss of nature ll at ini a;r>s gon.i ih
had ,epositod th . luIn :5.s Ia'
had now spirited it a way. The fol
lowing week there was not a living
soul left in the deserted camp. To
the dead in their grave-yard. which
latter, from its elevated position, had
not suffered, was left the inheritance
of Dead Man's Flat, purchased Ly
them with their life's blood.
In twenty years' timo, nature, ever
healing, rejuvenating, would cast her
cloak of forgetfulness ovt'r the :;orry
gashes malls hl'nd had worked. Al
ready a new arumy of trees was sp~riv"
ing up and chosillg wvith yoiuthfulF
vigtor the sad gap.; cut lnto 1111ir Lore
father's rank and tile.
1JE}RE. TIIEIE AND ELSEWHIERE.
Two physicians of Ada, Minnesota,
named Stuart and Warum. had a dis
pute over a prescription, and the form
er pushed the latter down. In fall
ing, his head came in c'nta: t with a
counter, and received injuries from
which he has since died.
The Democratic State Convention,
which met at Richmond, adopted a
platform opposing further agitation
of the State debt question.
The iron and steel trade in Penn
sylvania begins to show some signs of
life, and numerous idle mills have re
sumed work.
Reports from Dakota all agree that
the damage to the wheat crop has been
large. It will reach 25 per cent.
The property of the Bankers and
Merchants' Telegraph company was
sold at public auction in New York
for $500,000.
The body of an unknown man was
fished out of the Missouri at Mandan.
Dakota.
St. Paul is waging war agaist the
gamblers.
Minneapolis stone-cutters who have
been out on a strike for some weeks,
have returned to work.
The recent hot wave which swept
over the East is said to be the warm
est on record.
Three colored persons, two men
and one woman, stretched hemp for
murder at Plaquemia, La.
It is estimated that 250,000 stran
gors were in New York city to attend
Gen. Grant's funeral.
Mrs. Salon, the self-styled Texas
cattle-queen jumped her board bill
imounting to $75 at the Palmer
House, Chicago.
Senator Mahone has issued a cir
cular to all the postmasters in Vir- -
ginia who have been bounced, asking
Iqueitiens as to the circumstances of
their removal.
Next month the Kentucky distillers
will have taxes amounting to 5$4050,- -
000 to pay on 5,000,000 gallons of
whisky in bond.
A fire in Toronto, Canada, last
week destroyed over a million dollars
worth of property.
The net profits of the Canadian
Pacific railway from Jan. 1 to June
30 were $1,114,000.
A monument has just been unveil
ed to the memory of Rebocca Nurse,
who was hanged as a witch at Salem,
July 30, 16(2.
Fifteen miles of copper wire be
longing to the Postal Telegraph com
pahy have been stolen between Co
shocton and Philadelphia.
Near Ladow's Mills, Pa., a white
rattlesnake, the only one of the kind
over known, was killed. It was three
and one-half feet long, and had eleven
rattles.
At a meeting of colored citizens
held near Vicksburg it was resolved,
on account of threats by white men
to go to some other country if not
protected by land owners.
Citizens of Umatilla county, Ore
gon, are greatly excited over the mys
terious disappearance of Wim. Ed
wards, a wealthy sheep buyer. who
recently came from Chailias, Idaho.
Edwards owns a large ranch in Ida
ho and cane to lUmatilla county to
purchase sheep. He suddenly disap
peared and not the slightest trace can
be discovered of him.
Labor strikes still continues very
fashionable in the East.
A diabolical attempt to fire a ten
ement house in New York, and thus
jeopardize the lives of half a hundred
of its inmates, was frustrated by an
aceident.
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ONE FEI
8QUARF J LLI
I DHALING.
An A 1. good White Shirt, full width,
French faced sleeves, everlasting back
stay, linen bosom and bands, overstitch
seams,
50c, e act, 6 for $3.00
COLLARS, 15a. CUFFS, 20c.
best quality linen, extra heavy, 4-ply.
Warranted. All new styles.
MM 35c. Wluite 3ýirt
is warranted Wamsutla Muslin, 2100
linen in bosom, French sleeves, ever
lasting back stay, seams felled and
overstitched, cut full. The best $hirt
money can produce.
Send a sample order.
3, HARRIS,
HELENA, M. T.
M RS. W. W. EVANS,
7199ý seamstress an Dress Maker.
Cutting and Fitting a Specialty.
Sun River, - Mont
8. S WHITTER,
CARENTELI &T BLILPER.
Job Work Pro ly Attaned to
Great Falls, - Mont.
Herman Wildekopf,
Houe,
911 A1ETIIJ PiMMT.
A SPECIALTY.
Interior Decorating and Paper-IHang
ing done to order.
Great Falls. - - Mont
Ursuhne Convent
-OF THE -
I-OLY FAMILY.
Near Ft Shaw, M. T..
The Trsalina Nune huave ,at "ly opened a sechool
at tit. 't r ilission for the ; rP e 'irii of tie
counotry. 'var advo t ' for :' Ir n n roi
Litt- educationI is a' .rrdai by th~i'inta tution
..eirns: 810 per moonI: unitinon
fri't'j. (u1 L'tis 3S a nioni it.
Forfurtri partieclare a pply to
FT SR0MC1, MO NO
A hoa:rdin4 <rh ool for hot le .,' ;:, bw-n op. nrd
at the sam Mifal a nilder ciore Ltoatite
Ti. ibject of this iest it'tie is to affotd
ne1ns of tlid mentaI ar d mre al iCde
tion far tie aoys
TjE1:.1S: Tuition free. Board rtl psm
Apply to 1:EV J. DAMIANL S. J.
hr SoAw', tIOST
( Crati Srntnuant. fro!.
(ýhoice "mp r fed ('1''i22..
Fit Old 1 randy a.nd Whisky,
Extr'a XXXX W inle:.Etc..Etc.
ood ard TaY
And Private (lul rooms.
A no-'. Mlott.
OLD AGENCY, M. T.
George Richards, Pror.,
Liverv, Feed and Sale
Stahle in eonnection
Siages to i'he rail-(,rd s id ill o ai nin the
Territory.
Dam Nettekoven,
FORT SHAW,
REPAIRS ALL KINDS OF WAT(1iES.
JEWELRY, ETC
A SPECIALTY Of WATCH REPAIRING.
He has the Latest and most improved machinery
that it used in the Waltlain American
Watch Factory, for making every
piece belonging to a watch
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
ORTHERN PACIFIC
RAILROAD
THE DIRECT LINE BETWEEN
SAINT PAUL,
MINNEAPOLIS,
OR DULUTH,
And all points in
Minnesota, DIakota, Montaina.
Idaho, Washiiingtoin Territory,
OPEGON,
Britishi ColuMMa, Piolat Soun1 and1 Alaska.
Express Trainm daily, to weich are attached
PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPERS
And Elegant Dining Cars
No Change of Cars Between
ST. PAUL AND PORTLAND.
EMEGRANT SLEEPERS FREE
The only all rail line to the
Yellowstone Park.
For further Information address
CHAS. S. FEE,
Gen. Passenger Agent,
St. Paul, Minn.
V 0 a\Vmer,
PRO RIETOR
Boarding by the Day or Week
Livery Feed Stablen Connection
CHARGES REASONASLE.
AUGUSTA, L? T, Dealer in
ENE RL®0 ~E-RCHANDIS
Of .£U.1 Yincs..
LUMBER SH GLENS.
The people of South Fork will find by examing my stock of goods
that I am fully able to uot their denlands, in ouahity and pice. I
have recently received a large steck io goods. Respt
P. A. MANIX.
William H Mc(ay James F McKay
WLk: al' aai Retcii Dealers in
r~ one .. L & eneral
- - Sn i
''3 . RKN LE & U iPo s,
Main: Sv3 ofSu Rie
Beach ey Bos. & ickory,
General News Dealers and Stationers
and'! , N ts, aoocca, Cigar sa S okers' Mtircls.
Prices to Suit tho Times.
GREAT FALLS, MONT.
~S'I LAISTI=D 1877.
PROPrIETORS OF
The Minneapolis Sheepskin Tannery,
AND DEALERS IN
HIDES, SHEEP PELTS. FURS. TALLOW.
Ginseng and Seneca Root.
Sh eer elts a Specia1ty
101, 103 & 105 Second St North, - Minneapolis, Minn
Shipmnents Solited. TWrite for C1rou!ara.
Sun River, Mont.
James Gibb, Proprietor.
Travelers Will Find Good Accommodations
Ft. Shaw & Florence Road.
Good accommodations for man
and1beat CBest liquors and cigars.
Give us a call P pt,
TomI i. ScMMn
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
OF HELENA, MIT.
Paid-Up Capital....................................$300,000
Surplus and Profit................................. 250,000
Individual Deposites................................2,000,000
Government Deposits.............................. 100,000
S. A. HAUSER, President, DIRECTORS:
A. J. DAVIS, Vice-Pres. S. A. Houser, A. ML Holter, J. M. Ming,
E. W. KNIGHT, Cashies. E. W. Knight, T. H. Kleinschmidt, Join
T. H. Kleinschmidt, Asst-Ca C. Curtin, R.L. Hamilton, C. P. Higgins,
A. J. Davis, H. M. Parchen, T. C. Power.
Associated Banks: 1st National, Fort Benton. Missoula National, Missoula.
Total Capital and Surplus, $750,00
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Montana National Bank
OF E ELENA, MONT.,
ORGANIZED NOVEMBET, 1882.
C. A. BROADWATER ......................................... ..President
A. G. CLARKE ....................... ... ... ................Vice-President
E.SHARPE................ ........... .......................... Cashier
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY.
Paid-Up Capital, - - - - $250,000.00
Surplus and Profits, - - - - 50,000.00
DIRECTORS:
S. C. ASHRY, B. F. POTTS, K. H. WEBSTER, HERMAN GANS, S. H. CROUNSE, H. F GALEN,
R. B. HARRISON, C. W. CANNON AND A. H. WILDER, OF ST. PAUL.
Fred. Gamer,
Dozlder in
-OTS SHOES,
wt Ac~r RI] Main St.Hena
Agency for Burt & Mear's and Burt & Packard's
CELEBRATED SHOES.
Mail orders solic ted. Repairing promptly attended to,
(HALE'S NEW BLOCK),
W\holestal and Retail Dealers in MONTA
Fancy Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils & Brushes.
And all goods to b1 fourd in a ihorcnghly stocked drug store. Particular attentiongivento orders
from eoentry I)yOicialana and coutomers. All medioines warranted fresh and gennine and
of the test quality .Elorse tiid Cttle condition powders; sheep dip, &c.
Orders by mail will receive prompt attention.
C. B. Jacquemin & Co.,
Manufacturing Jewelers,
Ana Dealer in Watches, Clocks, Silver
Wae, Etc., Etc.
Fine WTatci aid Jevewry Repailling a Specialty.
S ITISFACTION CUARANTEED.
Mai' ordr solicit d HELENA. MONTANA,
THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR
HELENA, MONTANA
A. J. Davidson,
Daler Cowo Sdls, Hanss HL
Chaps, Bits, Spurs, Etc.
SOLE MONTANA AGENT FOR HILL'S CELEBRATED CONCORD HARNESS.
M. SILVERMAN,
Proprietor HELENA ARMORY Dealerin
Annlliton. Fresh FNuit, Tobacco & cigai
Main Street, - Heleas
.ýýýtý~t~i-.t.L'VImartcos a thorough and. practhica eduticath
in al Commercial branches. The adyantak.&a
oethis institution re equal to anynn ofo
,ý Weme 4 Commercial Colleges. Tuition ohge
(J/( U~Idd ,.~Ie hJL 7 -books and manner of instluctionenIre used hse
. as in the leading 8 yant & Stra tt C
AND ENGLISH TRING SCHOOL C em Collages in the United Status, Penman.
Aid E1~LIR IIAIU~t OblU~i. hip and Book-keeping a specialty_ aCf3rssils e
giving rates, course of study, and other inifruation 'wil be sent to any address on applicctson to
H. r. Engethorn or E. O. Rai~shack, Principals, Helena. Send for naw cireprar,
FMsT NATIoNAL 3ANK,
Of Fort Benton, Montana.
CAPITAL,.............. :. .........$1 ........., . $ 00,000.00
SURPLUS,!1$7,OOO0O
Wxar. G. Co~nn.w..............1'?ese A1. MAm Y,.............. e
JomtWl. ?owzR, .. . .......Vice--" R . A. Luxx,...........Aas't -"

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