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IThat time of the year is now at hand when one Brnis ~~.Goo" s aand all of us lay aside all past quarrels and think of some peace offering to be given to those we OOtS In this line of goods I am think most of; such offerings I am now showing, showing asonsistirg O You will find this stock to be Silk Handkerchiefs, fine and well selected, and at Neck Wear, J prices that will convince you Collars & Cuffs, Nob y Suits, veroas Ban e that HARRIS deserves the Suspenders, oe& C A name of selling goods cheap. Slippsrs, E, OPrice HAG=3 E OLOTHIER. °.'° SlippeesaU. n RIPPLE OF THE RAPIDS. DlIloliday goods at Lapeyre's drug store, pr Central ave. 2t a See Thomson's Christmas goods before buying elsewhere. Chas. Camedon was in from Belt, Mon day with G. Gants. th be Stock detective Sweeney was among our see visitors this week. Miss Carter expects to return to her home in Ohio next week. ho D. Graham, of Box Elder, was down tex from his ranch Wednesday. sup Dr. Fairfield leaves for Minnesota and to Washington D.C. on the 20th, vi( W, H. Boston, one of our successful In ranchmen, was in town Thursday. Gi C. P. Downing is in town again. He will soon return to his Neihart mine. Landlord Gibbs, of the Largent House, Cl .Sun River, favored us with a call Thurs- C. day. do What was that flag at half-mast for, on by * Quesnell & Wildekopft's saloon last Thurs day? Messrs. Henry & Randall have opened fa' a brokerage office, corner of 1st Ave. S. & 3d St. th James Bennett found $400 of pocket book which proved to be the property of O. E. Spear. pi, Mrs. Huy has returned from Minneapo lis, where she has been visiting her sons 30 for two months. tai Rev. B. F. Norris announces that he and Mr. Largent will hold meetings every eve ning next week. A chapter of thqA. 0. U. W. has been S organized here withr about twenty mem- a hers to start with. ii Mr. Bernstein, the tailor, formerly of d - Benton has opened a repair shop in the rear of Nathan's clothing store. a p Sol Ganzberger of Benton has been -in a town several days this week, assisting in G the organization of the A. O. U. W. Lodge. g H. O. Chowen took his departure for I Helena Wednesday. He is expected to " return to Great Falls in about six weeks, a Sbut not alone. c The paper upon which the next edition I1 of the TRIBUNE will be printed, would r reach from Great Falls to Benton, if each i sheet was separated and laid singly, each PI sheet just touching its companion. One of the coach horses 'on Tuesday's coach, fell dead on the road between Twenty-Eight Mile Springs and Great Falls. The passengers said that the horse -ought to have died of old age twenty-five c years ago. The organ concert netted about $60. Forty dollars have been subscribed mak ing the total amount of the fund $100. The organ will cost $190 and it is hoped that the amount will be raised before Jan ;.ary 1st. For Rent. A business room on Central Ave. will ibe for rent after September 15th. Apply sto Geo. E. Huy. ft Holiday goods at Lapeyre's drug store, CUentral ave. 2t Coal ! Coal L Leave orders for your winters :C. at this office. Order early in pier to re pared for the cold weather. GEO. uDI . 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, If you have any difficulty in borrowing the TRIBT.UE from your next door neigh bor, now is a good time to subscribe and r secure the Stock, Farm and HoinIe. Organ Concert. The entertainment given at the school house last Tuesday by the Presby 1 terian society, was a literary and musical success and fortunately added materially to the organ fund. The programme con sisted of 1. Overture: piano-Mrs. Reed, violin, Mr, Gibbons and trombone, aMr. 1 Irving. 2. Medley: sung by Messrs. Gibbons, Murphy, Napier and Chowen, Mesdames Sorrick, Clark, Reid and Miss e Carter. 3. Guitar solo: A.E. Dickerman. 4. Gobble duet (from Mascot) by Mrs. (' Clark and Mr. Napier. 5. Recitation- B C. M. Webster. 6. Song "The day is do done," by Mrs. Rolf. 7. Piano and violin N by Mrs. Reid and Mr. Gibbons. P1 After which ten minutes was spent in v pleasant conversation. 8. Mrs. Reed and Mr. Gibbons again - I favored the audience with a selection. t 9. The quartette sang "Come where the lilies bloom." 10. Messrs. Chowen and Dickerman gave a sample of comical college songs. e1 11. Miss Carter sang that beautiful LF piece, Shubert's serenade. - F. 12" The "Sea of Glans" was sung by s Mesdames Clark and Sorrick. 13. Round-entitled my dame had a tame, lame crane, by the double quartette. 14. "Larboard watch" by Messrs. Na pier and Gibbons. 15. Mr. Reid then gave a couple of a Scotch recitations, after which the enjoy able occasion was terminated by the ing ing of "America," in which the whole au dience zealously joined. The entertainment was well attended and no one seemed disappointed with tile programme. It brought out the fact that a we have considerable musical talent in a Great Falls. We hope this is only the be ginning of a series of such pleasant and r profitable events. The school house was neatly decorated with flags and pictures and a platform improvised which was given a "stagey" appearance by being carpeted and furnished with side curtains. ° The success of this undertaking certainly reflects great credit, upon the ladies and gentlemen who originated and zealously prosecuted the work. SJw. FAIRFIELD. e PHYSICIAN AND SIJRGEUN, e Great Falls - . . - Montana. G. ALADD, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Great Fails. . - . Montana An Established Fact isthat Paicesare Lowest at the I ZLEAZA HELENA, MONT. Send or Samples & Prices and be Convinc New Hardware Store. BUTCE & HOTCHEISS, Have just opened the finest assortment of Shelf and Heavy Hardware, y in Great Falls, at prices which defy Competion. All kinds of tin work done to order Callang get prices 1, - - r. NOTICE OF FINAL ENTRY. SLand Office at Helena, Montana I Nov 11 1886 Notice is hereby given that the following nam ;8 ed settler has filed notice of her intention to make final proof in support of his'claim, and that said 1 roof will be made before John W Tattan, Proate Judge and ex-officio clerk Choteau county, Montana, at Fort Benton, Mont on December 27, 16, viz Alexan der C. Lux, who made Pre-emption D. S. No 6071 for the .% SWjI and Lots 3 and 4, Sec 31, tp 21. NR 3 ei.st. He names the following witnessee 4o prove his continuous residence upon, and culti vation of, said land, via: Isaac C Cerson, Wil n liam Anhoier, David Thomas and Byron Corson, all of Great Falls, Montana. 8. W. Langhorne: Register in NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF. e LAND OFFICE AT HELENA, MONT., Nov 15, 1886. NOTICE is hereby given that the following Ln named settler has filed notice of his inten tions to make final proof in support of his C. claim, and said proof will be made before Chas. 11 L. Spencer, Probate Judge of Choteau county at Fort Benton, on Decembsr 23 1886, viz. George F. Field, who made pre-emption D S No 6122 for the W4% SEE seeo 28, W1/ NE ? sec 83, Tp 20. N St Si 4 east He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of a said land, viz: Oswald C * ortson Will Hanks, John H Merrill, and Harris J Clark,all of Great e. Falls, Montana. a- S8. W. LANaHOn. E, Register S Notice of Final Entry. M Land Office at Helena, Mont I Nov 20,1886 i Notice is hereby given that the following-nam 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 clerk of the 4th Judicial District Court in and for Choteau county at Fort Benton on Jan. 4, 1887, viz: Rob ert B Blankenbaker who made pre-emption D S No 6567 for the SW 1-I SW 14 sec.22. W 1-2 NW t 14; NW1-48W1-4sec. 27 TplSN R5E. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, said land viz: Charles C. Turner of Box Elder, Meagher Co. Oliver C. Mortson of Sand Coulee. id Frank Lampill of Sand Coulee and Charles G. Gridfith of Fort Benton Montana, ISS W Langhorne, Register 's Ci h SUMMONS. 8. Territory of Montana, CLOhotean County. In Justice Court, Great Falls Township, . d Before Geo. E. Huy, J.P. WILL HANKS, I Plaintiff, vPnsus 'SUMMONS FRANK S. HYDE, Defendant. The People of the Territory of Montana send greeting: You are hereby summoned to be and appear before me, Geo. B. Buy, a Justice Of the Peace in and for the County of Chotean, at my office in Great Falls. on the 20th day of December, 1886, at 2 o'clock p. m., of said day, then and, there to . answer to the complaint of Will Hanks, the above-named plaintiffin a civil action to recover - the sum of One Hundred and Sixty Fire dollars and interest on a certain promissory note andin default thereof judgment will b rendered against you Frank S. Hyde, the aboe-asmed .te fendant for the sum of One nundred and Sixty Five dollars, and interest and the cost of suit in your btehalf expended. Give aunder my baud this 23d da ot Novem na ber, S :O GEO. HUY, J.P. National Bank Of Great Falls, M. T. CAPITAL, $50,000 C. A. BROADWATER, PRESIDENT. H. O. CHO WEN,. VicE PRESIDERT. L. G. PHELPS; CAsHIER. A. E. DICKERMAN, ASS'T CASmER. DIRECTO RS: C. A. BROADWATER, H. O. CHOWEN, E. SH~RPE, S. L. ATKINSON, A. E. DICKERMAN, L. G. PEHLPS. A general Banking business transacted. Exchange drawn on:the principemioiu m. the United States and Europe. Prompt attention given collections. Interestpaidonmlin e Dneeits. BANKING HOURS, 9 A. M., 3P. I. -- - ManufacturingJ E AW ELE R And repairer. Orders by mail promptly attended to. HELENA, MONT.. CASCADE HOTEL, RIATP'AL ESd, MON The Only First-Class Restaurant in the City.' *Centrally Located, Good Accommodations, Conaient to ancbtam as it Aijolu l.ie Eclipse Stables STEVE SPITZLEY, Manager 5'Furnished Rooms in Connection. 1st. Avoepnth. - . .. . ..- i . ---7..- . . A. P. CURTAIN, Furniture and House Furnishing Mail Orders Solicited. I .