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GREAT FALLS, MONTANA.
GREAT FALLS is located atthe Falls of the 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 oft the Territory, and the pineries 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 wati;calls in the world,. while the surrounding country is rich in picturesqe scenery. For further information address H. O. CH OW'VEN, Agent. SPRAY OF THE FALLS. C. P. Thomson returned from Benton Tuesday. C. A. Powell of Benton, is spending sev eral days here. E. B. Stratton of Glendin, D. T., is look ing over our town. T Two dwellinr houses to rent. Enquire li at TmIauSE office. * II. E. Lawrence of the isia:;i ,u, was o in town last Saturdlay. The Deep creek cattle round-up is now in the vicinity of the Red buttes. 1 The Musselshell country is represented here this week by .J. I). Giidhart. (. E. Spear i~ driving two 500 foot holes for the Sand Coulee Coal company. W. P. Wren and T. F. Mlealy returned from a short visit to Benton Saturday. d C(Xol. Sanders and young 3Mr. (raven b wended their way to Benton last Tuesday. h Mr. and \Mrs. A. B. Elkin of Sand Cou lee are rejoicing over the birth of a daugh ter. O. G. C'ooper passed through town Sat urday on his return trip home from Ben ton. Htugh McLaughlin was one of the Cho teauites who took in the City by the Falls this week. Mrs. E. E. Bvwaters has returned from Helena where she has been visiting for several weeks. A gentleman killed an antelope on the townsite a few days ago. No trouble about game hereabouts. Antelope are reported to be very num erous at the head waters of the Belt and in upper Sa:td Coulee. The grass in Sand Coulee has come to life a :ain and will ,fford fair nourishment for the she!.ep this winter. C. T. B;:.y, n ,rnl r u:.n:uerer of the W. 1-. tae.gr: hin at Hlelena, was in town a t- ,. , _hi. week. (i,' ^.:. ( . (j ( 10.r-l J. J. 1 1 11, ::-d (G. E. 5h, ::ro were in from the1 b-uri,- lu:, 3.,nday e'.ning. . A. c -' iman olieen-l, has been I the .,ut i.· si-t.:, Mrs. Geo. F F. ield of S-rd 'C',e. tLh t.. week. fr,m the'r ;- i",t x ri., to lelt c(reek, last Iutr,!' y. 0(i.n W,-ii ,o;ty. n::gs " 0r-%on, who has been in the 8:P:d ? rI (l mines for some01 months hi: gn to ('olrado or the winter. Prf. ,iertseon nas been instructed by the co-,nty c-, m'nissionners of Meagher Co. to put ni<- pos-ts at all the crcss-roads in Sind (o, . Profse or -ort-on disappeared last Sat urday, but returned the next day with a fine icollectin aof arrow heads. The Prof. has :a 1 i eye for relies.u . It is rnmored that the inrm of J. H. Mc Knin-ht & Co.. will establish a large gener al store here at an early date. Another big accession to (Great Falls. Dr. Fairfield is in Benton, where he will remain for sv coral weeks in chlarre of Dr. ATkinson's :ir;e-tico, while tie latter is en joying a vacation in the South. Mr. and Mrs. Rolfe, Misses Carter and Edgerton. Mr. Carter and A. J. ty, made up the party that entertained Col. Sanders and A. J. Craven at dinner Monday even inag. Dr. Pottle and r. Chandlerhandler have re turned from the mountains. They say they had a very pleasant time as it did not storm once until they had left the moun tains for Great Falls. Dr. Walter Seaton, Dr. Ladd's partner, to. the coach Sunday for Helena whence he will return to hi his home in Philadelphia. iHe has spent three months at Dr. Ladd's ranch in Sand Coulee. Gee. Warner has consolidated his stage line with that of the H. & B., and out of both a stock company has been formed. Warner's will run as usual, making the stop at his ranch over night, as hereto fore. J. L. Henry has returned to this town where he will shortly engage in some mercantile enterprise. Mfr. Henry is a gentleman of ability and means, whom we are pleased to number among our perma nents. Doe. Spurgin and Charley Ink while hunting, up on Sun river bottoms last .Monday, were suddenly confronted with a ferocious looking lynx, which Doe speedily dispatched with his shot-gun. The animal is about three feet high and e built for gore. N\ews has been received by Mr. Eh rhart is of the sad death of Mr. Linabury, of the N. P. D)ining Car Service. His body was founud in Lake Pond d' Oreill. The sun posititon i that l.e was out bo'itinir on the lake, andi in some way was .:p.-ized. lie d leave a wife and children. The Montana Central coal mines are the 5 scene of considerable activity at the pres ent time. Both tunneling and boring are being carried on simulitaneousiy. Other d coal mines are also heing, worked. All danger of a coal f:lmino this winter has been guarded against. The quality of coal nl now being mined far surpasses thalt which e. has ever 1,ben taken out in this section. m' .m_.-m JUST RECEIVED! A Large Invoice of rD Goods, Ladies -- and -- Gentlemens' -- Shoes, Carpets, Notions, Etc. My Stock is Now Complete in Every l~spect. I can Truthfully say that my Stock is the Largest, the best Selected and the most Complete of any North of Helena. I will sell the Goods at as low Prices as they can be bought for in Montana. I now have for sale the celebrated Ne - Sinner - Sewina - Maclh e . Gentlemens' Clothing Made to Order. CENTRAL AVE. - - - - - - - - - GREAT FALLS. i A.. Nat 12 a Enl" 3., T-= "O11T= M=C=" COLTH IER Has now on hand a large, complete and well slected stock of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING: Having bought these goods before the great advance in wool, we are ena bled to offer them to the public at prices that defy cotlpetion. Call and inspect goods and prices before purchasing Elsewhere. Mail and Express Orders Promptly Attended to. A. NATHN, The "One Price' CLOTHIER, Next Door to Tribune Offiice, Great Falls. BEN. E. LAPEY E. -DEALER IN Fresh Drugs, Patent Medicines, Statiery, Wall and BUILDING PAPER, PAI TS, Oils, Glass Lamps, Cigar, Etc., Etc. Prescriptios Caefully C ounded at all Eoars. A. C. LORING, PARFi GiBSCN, H. O. CHOWEN, Presidernt. Vice President. Sec. and Treas. -Mil Company, MERCHANT MILLERS. Manufacturers of the following brands of High Grade Flour DIAMOND, CATARACT, a GOLD DUST, SILVER LEAF. Cash Paid Wheat. MILL FEED FOR SALE. Great Falls, - - Mont 1 Murphy, Mclay & Co. TO THEIR NEW AND COMMODIOUS 'STONE STOEE, Corner 2nd Street & Central Avenue. where you will find a choice and complete stock of Staple and Fancy Groceries, Shelf and Heavy Hardware, Sash, Doors, Nails -AND BUILDING PAPER. Celebrated' Porter's Iron Roofing. The Purchasing Public Invited to Examine our Stock. GREAT FALLS LIVERY STABLE Thos. W. Murphy, Prop. The Best of Care Will be Taken of Stock of Every Description. Live - ry - a Stockmen's - Trade - Solicited. The Largest and Best Corral in the City in Con nection. Dunlap & Arthur, -DEALERS IN IGroceries, Plrovisios, I Hardvwarw, Steel Nails, tc. A Share of Your Patronage SoliCited. Great Falk, - - - Montana GO EAST VIA The Northern Pacific Railroad. The Dining Oa' Route And Great Short Line to all Eastern Cities 450 MILES THE SHORTEST ROUTE *To Chicago and all Points East. -AND THE ONLY THROUGH CAR LINE. s LOW RATES! QUICK TIME! PALACE CARS! TIME TABLE FROM HELENA. - Train arrives from east, Pacific Express 7:25 p m west, Atlantic '7:50 am departs for east 8:10 a m " west, Pacific " , 7:55 pm For full information address SC. S. FEE, A. L. STOKES, Gen. Pass Abt. St. Paul Gen Att He lena