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*GR EAT FA L;VIONTANA.
GREAk' ALLsiS located at the FalB 1 thh Missouri which furnish the greatest available water power on the Continent. Is within seven miles of the most extensive COAL and IRON district in the West, immediately beyond which are rich GOLD, SILVER and COPPER districts. It lays tributary the best agricultural and grazing part oe the Territory, and the pirieries of the Upper Missouri and tributaries. It is especially adapted by its natural resources and geographical position to become the leading MANUFACTURING CITY between Minneapolis and the Pacific, and the principal RAILROAD CENTER of Montana. 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 worl_., while the surrounding country is rich in pictuiesqe scenery. For further information address H. O. OHOWEN, Agent. SPIRAY OF THE FALLS. The pioneer hotel is now tun by Paul Grellmann. Go to Murphy, Iaclay & Co. for choice, fresh groceries. . It Tie last coat of paint is being put upon the Park hotel. - ,oornms to rent in Canary's block. In quire of E. J. Canary. It Thos. WV. lurphy has returned after a week's business trip. Plain and tsrred building paper at Murphy, 1Maclay & Co. It Hotel sde C(ooler is ready for occupancy. Who will be the first guest ? The iigcgins' house has been rented to Mr: ('orson, late of Sun River. ('has. Beachley is building a very neat residence, said to be for his own occu pancy. About 800 head of cattle belorging to "Uncle Jesse's band were forded here last Wednesday. Smiith,the wounded man, is nearly well. IHe is still closely watched over and cared for by "Jew Jake." Porter's iron roofing received at M3ur phy, Maclay & Co.'s. Just the roof for sheep sheds and barns. It The water at the dam is falling rapidly. Just as soon as it is low enough, work of repairing will be commenced in earnest.: The man who has a good crop of pota. toes this wear is in big luck. On ten aeres he could maike a net profit of $2,500. Two gentlemen arrived at the Falls Wednesday. who had driven overland from itevil' s Lake. Dakota. They will locate here. l)avid Graham. of 'Otter creek, sent us specimens of his wheat. The stocks are fifty- ne inch.es high. Pretty good for this dry -ea-n x without irrigation. Someone has brought in two magnificent black eaglcs and keeps them in a cage back of i;urch a Hiotchkiss' store. Mon tau' nale::dn a'll kin is , f eagles. Even gold rnes. On another l'.;'e will be found an arti cle fron: ti.e Oil ('ity Derrick about an "aged trainp." Evidently our "classical tram'p" came through Penn-ylvania, en route West. 'l'Te leHier in HI-lter Bros. plaining mill sprung a leak Tuesday morning, and will be sh-t down until the firmu puts in a new L'oiler and engine which will take about a ::nt'h. Warner "'rc"u"ht in an even dozen pas sengers Monday evening. Among them were Mrs. Berry, of Hl ihwood and Mrs. Kaufman. ,f Butte. The latter lady is a sister of A. Nathan. Mr. I.ux, who has charge of the mail coach station across the river, is very ac commodating to Great Falls people. HIis kindness in bringing over the mail be tween regular mail days is highly appre clated. The band meeting at .iMr. Gibbons' shop Wednesday evening, was a big suc cess. Considerable interestwas manifest. ed. A committee was appointed to see what f:unds could be raised to by in struments. Geo. W. Taylor, a nephew of "Uncle Jesse" Taylor of Choteau, has been ad mitted to be an attorney and counsellor at law by and in the supreme court of ,Montana. He ~ill locate at Great Falls. River Press. Mr. Stephenson started from the Belt mountains to come to Great Falls and after travelling about fifteen hours found that he was going in the opposite direc tion from what he thought. It is easy to get lost on the foot-hills. L. W. Peck is making. extensive im provements on his building recently oe cupied by Murphy, Maclay & Co. The store will be entirely refitted and re furnished for Reed . Albrecht who will soon open a furniture store. Dell Chowen and A.' E. Dickerman camped at the Big falls Sunday night and fished there Monday "morningby the' bright light." They say they ate up all the fish they caught. It is surprising what an appetite out door life gives some people. Messrs. Himjan and Heath returned to Great Falls after a drive to Belt, Otter creek and Highwood. They report the crops rather poor. Everyone is looking to Great Falls as the place where they will do their trading hereafter. They say that the 4th of July celebration here (lid uiore to advertise the place than could :have been iacoomplished in any other-way in months. People who came to town were astonished to find a prosper ous town apparently springing out of the ground. Many did not before, know that there were stores here. On their trip Messrs. II. & 11, were cordially received and hospitably entertained. They visit ed the Millard coal mine in which they were greatly interested. Everyone out where they went is kicking himself be cause he did not put in several acres of potatoes, now that they are five cents a pound. GREAT -:-FALLS Wm. Myers, - - - Proprietor First Class in Every Respect. Take Warner's Independent Stage and Express Line to Agusta, Choteau, Sun River, Uldia aud Great Falls. Connecting at Great Falls with Dexter's Express for Benton & Neihart Lower Rates, Faster Time, Better Accommodation No Night Riding. Leave Helcna every Sunday a.m .Leave Great Falls every Thursday Arrive at Great Flls Monday I Arrive at Helena Friday. Special Iducements to Commercial Men. BEACHLEY BRO. & HICKORY, General News Dealers and Stationers. CANDIES, NUTS, TOBACCO AND SMOKER'S ARTICLES. Prices to Suit the Times. Great Falls, - - - - Mont. Rear Murphy Mclay & Co's Store Fort Benton - Mont. Boarding and Transcient Trade Solicited. CHAS. TAYLOR, Lessee. IARENTllO HL Sun River, Mont. James Gibb, Proprietor. Travelers Will Find- Good Accommodations Across the Missouri River above the mouth of Sun River is now running. A new wagon road con necting with this Ferry whibh in tersects the Helena road near Eagle Rock, and effects a saving in distance of TEN MILES oetween Great Falls and Helena. The road is plain and good. Jl"l : . . . ·Carries a complete and select stock of Foreign and Domestic Wines, Liq ,( SlOLSTERI SAa1rU RoStandard goodsand warranted pure Call and sample them Great Falls. Great - Falls - Exchange, JERRY QUESNELL, Prop. Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars. BILLIARD and POOL Table. GREAT FLL, - MONT. HORS1FS FOR SALE Well Broken Saddle, Work and Driving IHoes S. Address, CHAS. BREWSTER, TRULY, MONT. Range--Smith River 1881 Great Falls Planing Mill, 188 Windows, Doors, & Hardware, Lumber, Lath, Shingles, Flooring and Siding, Lime, Cement and Building Material. Chias TRTeg se_, f-ge uRC, Thos. Rose, Agt. for Yard at Sun River Crossing. T ENTERPRISE WIND IIl. 0. E. Spear, General Agent for Montana. creat Falls, Mont. 1, I- 0 18.0 Lc~ A, ni _r ,,' e+- 'S. P' e '.e .' Li _ c. - io , -:0 ý maOO'" O Ha' ;CA $TARACT . r ..,ih i-iap a, . Gre - F-D T o cLive Su tc Local Agents Wanted. Send for Terms and Circulars. A. C. LORING, PARIS GIBSON, H. O. CHOWEN, President. Vice President. Sec. and Trtzr CATARACT MERCHANT MILLERS. Manufacturers of the following brands of High Grade Flour:: DIAMOND, CATARACT, GOLD DUST, SILVER LEAF MILL FEED FOR SALE. Great Falls, - - Mant TlieNorthern Pacific RailroaG, The Popular Live Stock Route to St. Paul, Chicago end the East. Stock Cars Equipped with Suspension Trucks and Air Brakes Large and commodious Feeding Yards are iurnished for feeding and resting cattle in tfYra t. These yardsare in charge of competent men who unload, feed and reload stock without exmncpae. shipper except for hay consumed. Feeding yardf supplied with choice hay and plenty of water. By taking this route you get fast time and good accomodations, tbereby gettiag, your cat. to. marktt quicker and in better condition than by any other line. For information regarding ute, etc., address, J. M. HANNAFORD, General Freight Agent, St-Paul, mfom Great Fal Too l Pl Great Fals, Mont, MOORE, O'BRIEN & Co. Poprietos.-,