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RIPPLE OF THE RAPIDS.
Thos. Healey has returned from Benton. Thede Gibson has gone to Minnesota to spend a couple of months. Calt. T. P. Fuller has disposed of his t Butte interests and will remove here. E. R. Clingan was over from Belt one day this week. He has entirely recovered from the effects of the gun shot wound re ceived some weeks ago. We have learned that the family of Mr. Louis Sorrick did not go to Iiighwood with him. Mrs. Sorrick is staying with Mrs. Tolbert where they have neat and commodious dress-making parlors opposite 1)ickinson & Dupont's. Dr. Fairfield ha; returned from Benton after an absence of over two months. We are glad to welcome the genial Dr. home again, but we dton't see how he is going to pull through the nmext two years without that coronetr's salary of os :ti'-dve cents per annum. Rlev. John RHI: and others are canvasing - the subject of establishing a free library and reading-room in treat Falls, with the idea of ultimately having a coffee house connected with it. The object is a most worthy one and should receive encourage ment. LOST. A bunch of keys. The finder will please leave the same at this office, and receive suitable reward. Lost. A gold ring with amethyst setting. The finder will be suitably rewarded if he will leave it at the TRID.UNE office. For Rent. A business room on Central Ave. will be for rent after September 15th. Apply to Geo. E. Huy. ft Coall Coa!! Leave orders for your winters coal at this office. Order early in order to be pre pared for the cold weather. GEO. BrDINGTON. Printing Material for Sale. One good 7-column Washington hand press; one eight-medium Paragon jobber, a quantity of body type, etc. TRIBUNE COMPANY, tf Great Falls, For a Daily Mail. A petition setting forth the necessity of our having a daily mail is being circulated and as soon as it has the signatures of Great Falls people it will be endorsed by the postmasters at Helena, Benton and Sun River, then forwarded to J. K. Toole, who will see that the Second Assistant P. M. General hears and answers our prayer. Death of Mrs. J. E. Stevens. We are deeply pained to learn of the death of Mrs. Stevens, wife of the editor Townsend Traachant, which occurred at her father's house on Deep t week. She was a bride <<f but . months, an estimable lady whose many womanly qualities endeared her to a large circle of friends. Another house of joy has been turned into a house of mourning. Sympathy at such time4can do little to as suage the grief of the brereaved ones. NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF. LA. OFFICE AT EL WA, MONTr., Nov 15, 1886. NOTICE is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his inten tions to make final proof in support of his -claim, and said proof will be made before Chas. L. Speneer, Probate Judge of Chateau county at Fort Benton, on December 28 1886, viz. George F. Field. who made pre-emption D I No 6122 for the W3 SE3 seo 28, W+ NEj sec 3$, Tp 20, N R 4 east He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land viz: Oswald C iortso, Will Hanks, John H Merrill, and Harris J Clark,all of Great Falls. Montana. S. W. LAxxnoaxa. Register Dissolution Notice. Notice is hereby glven that the co-partnership heretofore existing between Geo. W, Dnnlap & Ge so. W Arthur, under the firm name of Dunlap & Arthur, has been dissolved by mutual consent, Mr. Arthur retiring. The busmnes will be carri ed on by Dunlap & Mitchell, who will collect all accouts due the late firm and pay all bills `Great Falls, GEpO. W. DUNLAP Nov 12. 1886, GEO. W. ARTHER BABCOCK, THE EXCLUSIVE 1 I I ! AND ME S FllRNIS1IDR. Special attention to mail orders--Stores .t Helena and Butte. 6m Notice.of Final Entry. Land Office at Helena, Mont. 1 Octobe, 18. 1886 L* Notice is hereby given that the following-nam ed citizen has filed notice of his intention to p make final proof in support of his claim, and tba, said proof wiR be made beloro the Judge of tie 4th Judicial District of Montsna or in his absence before the cleer of rid court in and for g Choteanu countr.y at Fort BeUntn, Mont., on Do cember 11, 1886, viz: Daesla Culbereon. who made pre-emption D) leo. 4938, for the SEi of sec 6, tp 19 NI 5 m.et. e =e namm the following witaem to prove his continuous rsidece upcm and cu tivation of I said land, vis: 1amuel )rean, John (l Earnat, Aliet B Elkins and John i McKean all of Great Falls, Montana. lW Janghorne, Register Notiee of Final Entry. 1Len Offic at Helena Moat. Oct. 214t, l lS3 Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of lie intention to make final proof in support of his claim. and that said proof will be made before Chas. L. Spencer Probate Judge and es-ofilcio clerk Chlcteau ('onny at Fort Benton, on IDeember 7th, ibýt, viz: Josephus Hami iton,who made Jlomestead aplication No. 27"0 for he -Nd' see 20L, tp ii, N 1t 4 eme. iHe names lb.' following witnoess s to prove his continuous residenca upon, and cultivation of, t said land, viz: Williinm J Ennedy, Albert i Johlnon of (;rer.t Falls. Mont. and Arthur BI Keeler and Alexandar J Stewart of 'ort il,'nlon, 9tontana. 8. W. L.isL.LNs, i.gi:.ter. Notice of Finli Proot. Lan OFFIcE AT latErsA MONT. Octob.-r 18, 1tM. t Notice is hereby given tl.at the following- nam ed settler has filed notice of his intentin to - make final proof in support of hie claim, and that said proof will be made before Chalis. L. Spencer. Probate Judge, eand xx.ieslicio clerk Chotrso county at Fort alenton, Mont., on Dec emilr it ii, ·5. viz:Abert G Jothnson who made l'remptir e D.S. No. 75,1. Sfor the S SWt of see 21. a:iN N7, NWk ;,w5 INE4 se -2t., tp 1,2C' R1 c t e, . HeI names the following witnaes to prove his continuouns residence 'upon. and cultisation of, said land viz: William J Kenndy. Josephus Hamilton. Arthur Re Kler and Wiiam J. Win ters, all of (treat Falil. Montana. S. W. Lh.:.t=oontn. Rtegiter. 1 Notice of Final Entry. LAND OFFICZ AT ITaLFNA MONT., Oct. 15, 1-i. ) Notice is hereby given that the folowing-nam g ed settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, anti that said proof will he made before Register and Receiver at hIelena Montaat, on November 80 1586 viz, Dewltt C llolbrsok who Smade Paemption D. S. No. 6114 for the N'i .W14 1'4S.ý'4., Sec. 27 Tp. 201 N17 W. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land viz: G+eor'e W Smith, Philip A Manix, John C Du val an Samuel Ford all of Aguts. MReontiuta 8. W. LanoroiirE, Regiester NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF. LAND OrrFIc AT ELgNA, MtONT., oct, 14. 1586. NOTICE is hereby given that the following named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support oflhis claim, and that said proof will be made bhfore Regisier and Receiver at Helena, Montana, on November 10. f 1886, viz: PFredrick Tnrner who made Pre-emp tion D S N-. 6407 for the W 1-2 NE' , NE NE i, See. 2,6 ?WýL NWI sec 25, TP 18, N 2E, f lie names thefollowine witnesses so prove his continnoaus residencenpon, and cultivation of, F said land, viz: S Jehn Ming and James Cole, Helena, Montana Charles Turner and James McCabe, Truly Mont. S. W. LAGHOSNE, Register. r CONSOLIDATED NOTICE OF FINAL ENTRY. LAND OFFICE AT HEL+NA, MONT., 1 November] 186. 8 e Notice is hereby given thattho following-nam ed settlers have filed notice of intention to make r final proof of their respective claims bcfere the clerk of the District Court in and for taanr " the 15th day' , `,r. i 1. namely: N Carter, w:,o-. " I- , > .l~~.lr, i ory.l':,y M : n' ý, Y Alhsrt d i-uy na; : ilas A lleechhly, all of Great e Falls. Montana Starr V.V Carter who made Pre-emption D S } No 7819 for the WY NE1-4 and Wt SE1-4 tp 20 N R 4 east. Witnesses: Arthur B. Keeler, Rory McDonnell Albert dJ Hy and Silas A Beachley all of (Great Falls, MIoutana. 8. W, Langhorne, Register Notice of Final Entry. Iaud Ofli$ at Helena. Montana Aug 5, 1886 NlOTICE is hereby given the:t the following namedsettler has foled niotice of hi, instetion to make final proof in support of his claim. and Sthat said proof will be made before SCharles L. Spencer Pobate Judge and t exafico clerk Chotean comnty, Montana, e at Fort Benrton. Mont., on September I., 1i86, r viz: George W Armstrong who made P'reemption D 8 No &912for the NWrI NE=. sec 12 aud Luts 6 and 7 and WS BE3 sec 1; tp 19, NR 3 east. He names the following witnesses to prove4 f his ontinuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land, viz: Charles B Iemp, Jeseph e t ough, Robert Burns and Frank Norman, all of Great Falls, Mont. 5. W. LAxonoRNR, Register. eI - - - - Sý OPPOSITE ii No~ieeCENTRAL N rthusrn HOTEL i L TTs. HELENA IS THE HOUSE TO BUY YOUR Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, Hats. Caps, Etc. Mail orders solicited, and when you come to Helena drop in and see us.| An Established Fact isthat Pricesaib Lowest at the I Z L DAZA HELENA, MONT. Send.For Samples & Prices and be Convinced. .,. +,. .-+ . ... rC- .. i+ + + ++C +,~~ +. ' ' 1.. "+ ++.+/+.2· ,, :+ + ,! + ++ ~ :·:4 i :+/ , : ·+ i .. I Have Now the Largest and Best Se lected Stock of Ever brought to Mon tana, at prices that defy competition; my stock of underwear, bla n k et s, boots, shoes and hats is also very large. It will pay you to examine them before purchasing. STONE BLOCK, CENTRAL AVENUE. New Hardware Store. BUECE & HOTCEKISS, Have just opened the finest assortment of Shelf and IHeavy Hardware, In Great Falls, at prices which defy Competion. All kinds of tin work done to order Call and get price s u --1^ ^ I-1 T-L- I Notice of Final Entry. LAND OFFICE AT HELENA MONT., Z n October 18, 1886. Notice is hereby given that the following-nam L ed settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before Chas. L. Spencer Prohats Judge Chotean ('o. M. T. at - Fort Benton, on December 11th, 1886, viz: Wil liam J Kennedy, who made Preemption D S No. 6865 for theEEý SE's Sec 26 and Eli NEi sec 85 tp 19. N R 6 east. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of said land. viz: Josephus Hamilton, William j n Winters, Albert G. Johnson and Arthur B Keel d er, all of Great Falls Montana. d S. W.LANO HO.NE, Register NOTICE OF FINAL ENTRY. Land Office at Helena, Montana I is Nov 11 18596 f, Notice is hereby given that the following nam ed settler has filed notic of bher intention to make a final proof in support of hisclaim, and that said t. roof will be made before John W Tattan, r. Proate Judge and ex-officio clerk Choteau county, Montana, at Fort - Benton, Mont on December 27,116. viz Alexan der C. Lux, who made Pre-emption D. S. No 6071 [ for the Li SWl and Lots 8 and 4, Sec 81, tp 21. NR4 east. He names the following witneesea $o prove his continuousn residence upon, and eulti vation ef, said land, viz: Isaac C Cerson, Wil liam Anheier, David Thomas and Byron Corson, e all of Great Falls, Montana. o 8. W. Ianghorne: Register ' NOICIE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT In the Probate Court of Choteau County. Mon t:.aa Territory in the matter of the estate of Edward W Ball, t deceased Notice is hereby given that Letters of Admini S stration bearing date of July 11th, 1885 upon said estate have been granted to Silas A Beach ley, Administrator, and that an order of said 11 Court has beeadulymade and entered that said it Administrator make final settlement of said es tate at the end of six months from the date of this notice, and that in pursuace thereof the 15th day of April A D 1887 at the Courtroom of said Court at the Court house in Fort Benton, Mon tana. are hereby designated as the time and place for such settlement; that all persons hav ing claims againstthe saidestate are required io exhibit them for allowance to the undersigned on or before the day named for final settlement d and that if they be not exhibited they will be e foreverbarred. d SILAs ABzacaLzr Great Falls. Montana A, Administrctor of estate of E Ball. deceased Notice of Dissolution. Notice is hereby given that the firm heretofore n doing business under the firm name of Ladd & Seaton, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. A. G. Ladd is authorized to collect all bills and will settle all indobtbdness of the late firm. A. G. LADD. Oct 1, 1886 W. SEATON. I National Bank Of Great Falls, M. T. CAPITAL, $50,000 C. A. BROADWATER, PRESIDENT. H. O. CHOWEN, VICE PRESIDENT. L. G. PHELPS, CASHIER. A. E. DICKERMAN, Ass'T CAsHIER. DIRECTORS: C. A. BROAD WATER, H. O. CHOWEN, E. SHARPE, S. E. ATKINSON, t A. E. DICKERMAN, L. G. PHELPS. 1 A general Banking business transacted. Exchange drawn on the principal points in the United States and Europe. Prompt attention given collections. Interest paid on Time Depoeita. BANKING HOURS, 9 A. M., P. II. CASCADE HOTEL AND RESTAURANT, .·REAT FALLS, MONT The: Only First-Olass Restaurant in the City Centrally Located, Good Accommodations, Convenient to Ranchmen as it adjoils the Eclipse Stables STEVE SPITZLEY, Manager SmgFurnished Rooms in Connection. 1st. Ave. South. Manlufacturitg JEW E LE R And repairer. Orders by mail promptly attended to. HELENA, MONT. 1 Reserved for A. P. Curtain. SSubscribe for the Tribune.