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GsEATC FALS, MONTANA.
GREAT FALLS is located at the Falls of the Missouri which furnish the greatest available water power on the Con tinent. Is within 7 miles of the most extensive Coal and iron district in the West, immediately beyond which are rich Silver and Copper districts. It lays tributary the best agricultural and grazing part of the Territory, and the pineries of the Upper Missouri and tributaries. It has made more progress in the past 8 months in proportion to its size than any other place in Montana, and is especially adapted by its natural resources and geographical position to become the leading manufacturing center between Minneapolis and the Pacific. The trip to Great Falls will amply repay tourists by the beauty of the scenery on the way, and they will find here the most magnificent series of waterfalls in the world, while the surrounding country is rich in picturesque scenery. To those wishing to improve property, lots will be sold at very reasonable prices. Fcr particulars addres H.. 0. CHOWEN, AGENT. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE, Northern Pacific.Time Table "Montana Short Line." New Time Table Taking Effect Nov. Ist, 1884 TRAINS:ARRIVZ ;FROM THE EAST-HELIENA No. 1-Pacific Express.7"-5 p. m. Mountain time TRAINS GOING EAST FROM HELENA No s-Atlantic.Express .............8:10 a m TRAINS ARRIVE FROM THE WEST No s-AtlantioE .xpress ................. 7"50 a m TRAIN0 GOL'Q WEST FROM MELENA No 1-Pacific Express.................. :755 p m Wickes Branch. Arriveat Helena at............... ...7:45 p m Leave Wickeso at........................ 10:50 pm Leave Helena daily at...................3:29 a m Arrive at Wickes at................ .5:30 am Helena and Butte Accommodation Leave Helena .................. ...5:.30 a : m Arrive at Grrrison......................12:20 pm Leave:Garriben........................... 1:45 p m Arrive at Helena.......................1:3(lpm pallman Palace and Dining Cars run through betreen St. Paul and Minneapolis and Helena and Portland on Atlantic and Pacific express Trains. Time from Helena to Portland, 36 hours; to St. Paul, 52 hours; Chicaqo.70 hours. S. G. F ULTON, General Agent. NEWS OF THE WORLD. Europe is stated to have an availa ble military force of 9,000,000 soldiers. The largest broom factory in the world is being built at McPherson, Kansas. The latest boycott in New York was declared againgt a pie woman because she refused to force her three bakers to join the Knights of Labor. Fire at Holyoke, Mass., damaged the shop of the Holyoke Paper com pany about $30,000. Thomas Howard a watchman, was smothered to death. The girls in the public schools of Brooklyn are compelled to commit to m.mory the Constitution of the Unit ed States. An interesting bust of Brutus, in white marble, from Rome, has just been placed next to the well-known bust of Julis Caesar in the Roman gallery in the British Museum. The Chicago Sun company has been reorganized by the transfer of owner ship to James Armstrong, a dry goods merchant. The Sunday paper will be abandoned. Some Chinese pheasants were liber ated in Oregon a few years ago, and now a new species of bird has appear ed, with the head of a pheasant and tail feathers of a grouse. Rockville, Conn., is in the throes of a religious revival. Meetings are held every day and far into the night, and the entire worldly business of the place is neglected. The late Mrs. Anne Jane Mercer of Philadelphia left $400,000 for a home for disabled clergymen of the Presby terian church. Those who use tobac co will not be eligible for admission. Gardiner G. Hubbard, of Bell tele phone notoriety, is laying plans to se cure 600,100 acres of land in the Great Moxee country, Wash. It will be us ed for an immense stock range. Miss Eliza Abbott, an Indianapolis seamstress, has just discovered that she is the owner of several acres of St Louis property, worth millions of dol lars. Suit will be begun for possess ion A company of California capital ists is about to lower Tulare lake fif teen feet below its present level, thus reclaiming 375,000 acres of land. The work will take two years' time and cost $1,000,000. Connecticut liqor men are raising money for the purpose of making a fight against the prohibitory amend ment to the constitution. They will first try to have the entire election in validated. Japan, according to the new census, has a population of .38,500,000, or about the same as that of the United States in 1870. In area Japan is about three times the size of Pennsyl vania. The London Telegraph thinks "the American reworter is a marvellous be ing, and once on The track he is capa ble of solving any mystery." For further particulars inquire of the "boodle" aldermen. The children in three of the St. Louis puclic schools have becomedis -satisfed with the rules governing them and threaten a general strike un less their grievances are righted be fore next week. George B. Butler, a prominent law yer of New York, and one of theearly editors of the Journal of Commerce, is dead. He was the founder of the Society for the Protection of Ameri ~ Industries. Mexicans have a passion form ir rors, and a traveler says that the in teriors of some of the city houses look like steamboat cabins. He remarks, also, that mirrors are among the com monest objects in the pawnshops there. Michigan assessors think they have found a law ander which they can tax mortgages held by non-residents. There is about $20,000,000 of outside money in the state, the owners of which have hitherto excaped paying taxation. The Indianapolis Tentinel of the 8 inst. says: Teaching the doctrines of Mormonism, or persuading and per son or persons to espouse it, in Miss issippi, has been made a crime pun ishable by a fine of $500 and impris onment, by a bill passed last week. The Rev. George Thomas Dowling, pastor of the Euclid Avenue Baptist Church, Cleveland, is the author of a new novel called "The Wreckers," which is said to be-a seoial-study after the style of "Breadwinners." What is said to be the largest bea ver ever caught in the Northwest was trapped last month near Port Arthur Lake Superior. It weighed sixty pounds and measured thirty-five and one-half inches from the nose to the tail. All Mugwumps appear to be in the habit of writing their names out in full. Perhaps it does not follow from this that all men who write their names so are Mugwumps; still, we ad vise all the George Van der Heyded Smiths to be careful. Two well known society ladies of Wheeling, W. Va.. learning thatthcir husbands were basking in the smiles of younger persons, armed themselves with cowhides and visited the ques tionable resorts at midnight. Their search was without results. In all human probability the 300,000 war pensioners now on the Washing ton roll will be increased to over 1,000.000 in the coming half century. The 11,324 men engaged in the war of 1812, left 17,892 widows, and they increase yearly. A daughter of the late Valentine Brobst of Reading, Pa., confesses she allowed important papers to be ab stracted from her father's desk right after his death. The heirs are now suing to recover certain coal lands valued at millions of dollar. Christopher Columbus is teaching school in Michigan, and William Shakespeare is expounding law in Iowa. Within the last few years James K. Polk, George Washington, Henry Clay, John C. Calhouu and Daniel Webster have served terms in the penitentiary. George Washing ton is there now. John Ruskin is outspoken in con demning some of the unhealthy "isms" of the day. In a recent letter he sav agely says: "I know of nothing that has been taught the youth our time except that their fathers were apes and their mothers winkles; that the world began in accident and will end in darkness; that honor is a folly, am bition a virtue, charity a vice, poverty a crime and rascality the means of all wealth and the sum of all wisdom." The Bell people pose as victims of persection. Their dividends last year amounted to $1,500,000. Of the $10 000,000 capital of the company, about $3,000,000 was paid in cash" For the rest stock was issued. The previous dividends, added to last year's snug sum, give them already a good return for their investment. On their active capital they get about forty per cent, and of course are not willing that their monopoly should be interfered wilh. $1. 13 WEES 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 $I. Liberal discounts allowed to post masters, agents and clubs. Sample copies mailed free. Address all orders to RICHARD K. FOX, FaasiiS Sqcrn. N. Y. A ComDte tock o Murphy, Maclay Company, Staple G EN EAL M R C H A N TS BIde and Clothing, Boots Shoes, Hats Caps, Men's Furnishing Goods, Wines, Liquors & Cigars, GROCERIES. Sluthing ttler ulS arming Machinery, Barbed ire, Stoves and TinW are. And Material. GREAT FALLS, MONT. 1884 1884 1884 1884 1884 1884 1886 1886 1886 1886 1886 1886 1884 1884 1884 1884 1884 1884_ 1886 1886 1886 1886 1886 1886 18,4 1885 - 1886 1886 1884 I a 1884 IRA MYERS. 1886 1 1886 1884 1884 E. G, M ACLAY. 188I ss6 1886 1884 1884 1886 1886 1884 188 1881188 4 1884 1884 - 1886 1886 1886 1886 1886 1886 1884 1884 1884188 4 1884 1884 1886 1886 1886 1886 1886 1886 G-a- t falls u ber Coipany MANUFACTURE AND KEEPIN STOCKALL KINDS OF Rough AND DRESSED Lumber, DRESSED FINISHING LUMBER AND MATCHED FLOORING U SSED SlUG LATH AND SHINGLES. All Kinds of Moulding. Orders Filled Direct From the Saw if Desired. A. M. HOLTER & BRO., G.REAT FALLS PLANING MILL. Windows, Doors and Hardware. 18 SIDING LUMBER, LATH AND SHINGLES, FLOORING 100 Lime, Cement & Building MaWterial. Chas. Wegner, - - - Agent. Lumber Yard at Sun River Crossing - - - Tuos. RosE, Agent. James Adams Host Oaee Sun River [1Horse brand; on left'shoulder. F S Goss, RANc; - Suwth Fork P O Addrea. Florence Owner of til lowing briade O on left hip W on left hkp Horses bred ed same as re. The Cochrane Ranche Co [LIMIED.] Main Office, Montreal, P Q President....................Hon M H Cochrane Vice-Pres.................. James A Cochrane Sec and Trees ............... J M Browning Underbit out of left ear of calivebranded up to 1882. Double dew lap on calves branded after 1882. Vent-Invert ed C on left hip V Horses brand ed R on left jaw Vent--Inverted i on left hip. Range--Between Kootenai and Belly river Address--Fort Macleod, N. W. T. Also owners of cattle with double dewlap and square and compass on right hip. Ed. Mathews. Vent same as brand onleft shoulder R amn 6 e-.uth of o. 0. Address--Bu River iassed Mrh aind lept, each year. ,16 AIa g., wthrle APltRl sai. eoa . GiVES Wholenle Pries dirert So enuaseura on at geode for personal or . u wi-me. 'Zeslsw to order, sad Ive exact oct . of every thIng you u, eat, drink, wase, or have tran with.. Thse IUVIPAJ4 LE BOOES eentin intbratlioea ia from the marhket of the o lwod. We Vwl naGa a e py aREE to any ad dress upon recetpt or .tate. to sdsefy erpe.se of see g. Lets bstar fosi ?MONTGOMERY WARD & Co. 21t 239 WebasbAssees, Rcags, Ili ' X'Y I CRISS & HARVEY, Blacksmiths AND Repairers. Horse Shoeing a Spebialty. We desire to thank our friends for past favors and" will be thank ful for a liberal remembrance in the future. LARGENT HOTEL Sun River, Mont. James Gibb, Proprietor. Travelers Will Find Good Accommodations HORSES FOR SALE Well Broken Saddle, Work and Driving -IHOSES. Address, CHAS. BREWSTER, TRULY, lMONT. Range-Smith River Herman Wildekopf, ORTHERN PACIFIC uL s e RAILROAD THE DIRECT LINE BETWEEN Sign and SAINT PAUL, ORNAMENTAL PAINTER. NN ODULUTH, Kasowing aild Frsog iMinnesota, Dakota,B . MIontana Idaho. Washington Territory, A SPECIALTY. fg Interior Decorating and Paper-Hang 9EG ing done to order. Great Fallsdone to- - Mont Britils Columbia, Psuet Sounll ad Alaslk, Expre Trcaie daily, to which arn attached Al Dupee . PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPERS And Elegant Dining Cars No Change of Cars Between ST. PAUL AND PORTLAND. EM EGRANT SLEEPERS FREE The only all rail line to the Yellowstdhe Park. orfurthar intf ormation adldrless "CHAS. &. FEE,. P. O. Addtesawlect e. . T. _i* Nol, M11n. r~t~Wc~z~l~t ~Ri~-a -gb FIRST NATIONAL BANK. OF HELENA, MT. Paid-Up Capital ................................S300,00C 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. M. Holter, J. M. Ming, E. W. KNIGHT, Cashies. -- . Knight. T. H. Kleinschmidt, JoIn T. H. Kleinschmidt, Asst-Ca C. Curtin, R.L Hamilton, C. P.Riggins, A. J. Davis, H. M. Parchen, .T. C. Power. Associated Ban ks: 1st National, Fort Benton. MissoulaNational. M.oul. Ist National, Butte. Total Capital and Surplus, $750,00 A General Banking Business Transacted. Montana National Bank OF HEILENA, MONT., ORGANIZED NOVEMBER, 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, N. H. WEBSTER, HERMAN GA.S, 8. H. CROUNSE, H. P GALIN, R. B. HARRISON, C. W. CANNON AND A. H. WILDER, OF ST. PAUL. '-- --- - -------L-- -- 9 DEVINE'S HOTEL, SUN RIVER, - - - - MONTANA Best meals and Most comfortable rooms of any 1 Hotel between Benton and Helena. Piano in Par lor for use of guests. RATES--Room and Board per Day, $1.50 Parties Travelling Will Please Not Hesitate to Wake me at any Hour of the Night. JOHN DEVINE, - - - PROPRIETOR R S. ale & Co.,r (HALE'S NEW -BLOCK), E3HELENA, MONTANrA , Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Drugs, Clemicals and Medicines, Fancy Toilet Articles, Paints, Oils & Brushes. And all goods to be found in a thoroughly stocked drug store. Particular attention given to ordira from country physicians and customers. All medicines warranted fresh and genuin. and of the best quality -orse azCd Oattle condition powders; sheep dip, &A. Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. M. SILVERMAN, Proprietor HELENA ARMORY Dealer in Ammoitial. Fresh Froits, Tobacco & Ciga Main Street, - Heinse ESTAmsLIISHED 187e7. A.A.. 2vSc 7 d/r..T..:L.A.TTT ® CO., PROPPIETORS OF The Minneapolis Sheepskin Tannery, AND )DEALERS IN HIDES, SHEEP PELTS. FURS. TALLOW. Ginseng and Seneca Root. Sheep Peltcs a, Specalty , 108 & 105 Second St North, - Minneapold .Rna 8hipmzentua 8oQutect. I.Write fbrOtlroutars. OTTER CREEK MILL, C. L. WALL, PROP. -Lu IATi ANlD SkIi- 4i~:· "