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GREAT FALLS, MONTAN'A.
GREAT FALLS is located at the Falls of the Missouri which furnish the greatest available water pdwer 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 of
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 waterfalls in the world,
while the surrounding country is rich in picturesqe scenery. For further informatlon address H. O. CHOW EN, Agent.
GREAT FALLS TRIBIUNE.
WASHINGTON LETTER.
Froni Our Rc :ular Cri'rc;spondca:et.
Wsa.s orTosx, March 25, 1 S7.
When it was understood on Tuesday that
the president expected to make known
the names of the Inter-State Commiýsion
ers that day, the White House became the e
centre of interest and news of the appoint
mounts was anxiously awaited by the friends
of the numerous applicants. The selection
of these commissioners has been one of
the most perplexing problems of M3r. ('leve
land's a:dministration, and it is with a great
sense of relief that the question is settled.
The appontment of Judge Cooley. of
Michigan, for six years, e-x-representative
IMorri:,n for five, and Mr. Bragg, of Ala- )
bama, for two years, was generally antici
pated. I mean the appointments were
anticipated, but the time for which these
gentlemen were appli::ted created sur- at
prise, for it was expected that IMr. IMorri
son would be chosen for the long term,and o'
that the second place would be given to a w
republican, Judge Schionmaker, of New
York, who was appointed for four years,
and Mr. Walker. of Vermont for three, cl
had not been regarded as ,osil ilities. and o
nobody in Wastllington had ever heard of cn
the name of the latter in connection with in
anything. a
lie is a former law pupil of Senator lo
Edmunds, and it is said that the president nm
having grown weary in trying to construct
a satisfactory commission, and finding it
impossible to get a suitable republican
from M3a1sachusetts, sent for the Vermont in
,senator and followed his advice in Lomi- th
nating )Ir. Walker. The latter was rep- In
resented by Mr. Edmunds as being. a L.
man both learned and practical, of hi-t th
standing and unblemis-hed clh: rcter. Iie 39
was also endorsed as a solid and orthodox K i
republican, which, from 31r. Edmunds, lo
meant that he wx a not a 1laifen man wl
speaking of Jr. Edmunds reminds me 11:
of somuthing tie:f rex--en aor E]ton, of M,
outlook towards "5 was ,eing di sc-:ed, let
and while 3Mr. Eaton expre-_sed the oipin- '
ion that Senat,,r ShermnL would at this e:
time lh the choice of a riepulican nomi bit
nating convention. he remarked: "But of me
all the repu!l)iicanu I think Mr. Edmunds
would nmake the best president, and his
administration would !Ie clean.' lie added
however, that it woduld be impossible for h1a
him to get the notaination. mn
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The fears expresse-d ly a Wahinaton
plhyician, !hat pre-ident Cleveland is lia. t
1,:l to di: from apoplxv betore the end
,f hili te.rm unles* he chian1es his habits
of liit-, are not shared lby the plredideut's
private secretary. Col. La',muont thinks e
that IDr. .'aers wrrning is based entirely c
on ti:, a'sumijtion that the pre.-sident is
." ,ining ! sh and taking no excretie. This
Ihe .y,, isnot the ,n e. Mr. Cleveland
Swei 's less than when hel fir.st came to
Wa:-ington an .i take as m nuch .xerci-e as r
no-t :.ien. I0 does not walk :,aout th:e
strets of the city. but he w:lks about 1isi
little farm late in the afternoon whten the t
weatller ipermi . Tii the C.dnce isug- tl
gests myt.riiuily that thei proe-ident has ti
other ,irays of taking exerci-., which, it
would :e*m, h, thinks it lwo:ld nt be
diginified to mention. Can it ' that the
president has 1 private gymtnsium in
sonme corner of the White iiouse which
the world knows not of? It mis-t be so. t
At any rite Col. Lament avrs he keeps
himself in `gond condition by physical ex
ercise and that there is no occasion for m
apprehension in regard to his health. le
The national drtll which will commence s.
in this city on the 213rd of l ay, will end on Ti
the 80th of that mouth,. Decoration Day, th
with a grand combination parade of the
National Guardsmen and the Grand Army
of the Republic. There will be $26,500 m
in cash distributed in prizes,besides stands Pl,
of colors, gold, silyer and bronze medals, "w
special medals and plate trophies. Sh
The grounds of the camp are those ly- cu]
ing around the Washington monument;
and the drill ground is the level ellipse -
lying just south of the presidential man
sion, known as the White Lot. This level
plain, which is is one half mile in circum
ference, will be fenced in, and stands
sufficient to seat from 30,000 to 35,000 will
be erected. The grounds were granted by
the secretary of war on approval of Gen.
Sheridan, and the committee have given
E. terbonds for their return in perfect order af
ter the drill.
S Daily contests will here be hell to
prove the excellence of the citizen soldiery
and infantry, artillery, cavalry. and zouave
tactics. Cadet corps of military schools
will drill for prizes as well as the chainm
pion companies from thirty-six states, and
bands and drum corps will be in atten
dance from east, south and west. Each
evening there will be a grand dress parade
and on Governor's Day and on Memorial
SDay the entire army corps from CampE
Gon George Washington will }arade on the
broad asphalt avenues of the city.
ve- Witlard's Wail. e:
t Frances E. Willard. in an article in the c
New York Idrw ,pc 'ct on "Our Coming
Politics," avys: "We find that two-thirds
l1 of the Knights of Labor believe in outlaw
- ing the saloon and emancilpating women.
W\e tind that two-thirds of the temperance
forces sympathize strongly with the labor
and the woman movements; and it is less
than their due to admit that two-thirds
Sof those who are devoted to the cause of
a oman's enfranchisement, favor both la- -
S`_ bor in its struggles for emancipation, and
the temperance reform in its fight for a
clear brain. If now, the unconvinced
one-third in each of these three armies
can be reached, we have an undoubted
ti majority of the people, standing in battle
array to fight with "the guns that are bal
lots and the bullets that are ideas' for the
new America."
ct Cr
it Light Losses.
The losses in this and Fergus counties
at in stock will doubtless foot up much less
than was anticipated for the severe winter
but recently closed. We are informed by
L. ). Burt, of the firm of Klein & Burt,
- that out of 17,000 sheep they have lost but
[e390. W~ . 31cKnight reports that the MIc
Knight and Brodock herds of cattle on
lower Smith river have met with no losses
whatever. And from many gentlemen we
have recently conversed with from the ti
SM3Iusselshell and Judith rangcs it i- learn
ed that the losses in those sections, though i
a!rge in some places, arc far below what
was anticipated, In fact, with a few ex
is ceptions our stockmen have got over the
blues and are preparing for further invest
ments.--Trtan ct',:f.
The Woman's Column.
The Connecticut legislative committee
has reported favorably a bill to give wo
men school suffrage.
A man in Lima, Peru, has left $500,00(l
to establish a school in New York for the
education of poor girls.
The university for the higher education
of W, omen, at St. Peter'burgl, hlla been
closed by order of the C'zr.
In Wyoming, v.here women vole, the
law expressly provides that there shall be
no discrimination on account of sex in the
pay for any kind of won:r.
The bill to give women who register to
vote for school committee a vote also on
the granting of liquor licences, has pa:nced
the Massachusetts house of representa
tives.
A CaIif or n i woman, intrying to make
Scrale ', : . bybf, hit on an idea and
in. ~:,.::, . i, )box. Sihe now owns
n:i ru::, to !:.. "ilt:ry which makes nine
t-nh nif e- .e boxes for the Pacific
C'o:: t.
Tie - so-;i :}hiu rfr;g e amendment had a
majoilt in b .t_. l:'::ches of the Maine
le! -ilot::r- . Tie linal vote stood, in the
sc.nctI, 1. to 18I, and in the house 67 to 47.
This, tihough shrt of tie necessary two
thirds, wa i a good vote.
The jury at burrey sesaions, in England,
made a strong presentment in favor of ap
plying the lash to the backs of ruffians
who outrage women, and the chairman
Sir W. Hardman, expressed his full con
currence with the recommendation of the
grand jury.
BERT HUY,
Architect.
GREAT FALLS, MONT.
if AJ. CANA Y,
Cntractor and Builder,
)Is BRICK AND STONE WORK.
S Great Falls, Mont.
.n
SDR.H. H. WYNNE,
Ie Helena, Montana,
[al Eye, Ear ar.d Throat Surgeon.
1) Recently atteuc:::nt upon tie lIrge Eye,
Ear, and 'ihroat i'oSlitals of Ei;rpe
SVienna, Berlin, Paris, London and Edin
burg.
The eye, ear and thiroat a special and
exclusive practice. Spectacles sciontiii
eh cally fitted to the eye. Catarrh of the
uoese and Throat successfully treated.
g Office-Jackson St. ;6-ly
cia
SGEO1RGE W. TAYLOR.
SAttaraey-at-Law.
or NOTARY PUBLIC
SS Special Attention
of Give toi Real Estate and Land Entries,
-id
a H. IH. CHANDLER,
ASSAYER,
Great Falls, Mont.
Samples sent by mail or express
carefully assayed and returns
promptly made. Charges reason
'S able.
URSULINE CONVENT
--OF THE-
At Saint Peter's Mission Near Fort
Slaw, M- T.
Wil Re.iel W. eesi.y Set.ecli.ar 1, 1886.
e This institution is situated in one of the most
bha :tiful iet'tior s in Meonuan. under the direce
e tion ,f thie Ursalin, Nin., for tlhe lurItoŽ eof af
findi;: tah yountg irls e lv anlvanuo.n, for ob
t ai,.: n u;, solid and t efnl u oduca cdti ,n.
Tuit in fr,,. itonad :,L r In'th. For fur
Ither yartii ul s adir< s
t 310 i:E.: 1'P}-:R 1OR,
.t.rt S!tew. i. .: ,
Jackson 's
o
B ROADWAY,
11 Helena, - orntana.
31 G. W. JACKSON, Prop.
IP lanIs & Oilan
So!d at Eastern Prices
With Freight Added.
2Er 6,000,000 PEOPLE USE
FERRY'8 SEEDS
0o0 D.M.FERRY &CO.
c , .oreadmittedtobethe
LARGEST SEEDSMEN
4 in the world.
SID. M.FERRY& CO'S
,0 mIlMatrnted, Deo
a _erlptie & I'rire
SEED ANNUAL
For 1887
will be mailed
FREE to all
alicants, andel
! tolsetseason's
customers
w EDithout or
dering it.
Incluýttbteto
all.Everyper.
seon using Get-r.
den. Field or
Floaer 8SlDS hould
mend for it. Addres
D. M. FERRY A CO.
Detroit, Mich.
O The BITYERSF GUIDE is
Issued Sept. and March,
each year. *G- 312 pages,
Sx 11x inehes,with over
3,600 iflustrations - a
whole Picture Gallery.
GIVES Wholesale Prices
direct to consumers on all goods for
personal or family use. Tells how to
order, and gives exact cost of every
thing you use, eat, drink, wear, or
halet. with. These INVALUABLE
. contain information gleaned
from the markets of the world. We
will mail a copy FREE to any ad
dress upon reeeipt of 10 eta. to defray
expense of malling. Let us hear from
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MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
7 *4 299 Wabas Areaao, CWaleage, II C
S. C. ASHBY. C. A. BROAD WATER.
A. C. ASHRY & CO.,
DEALERS IN
_ Mitchell Farm and Spring Wagons,
Furst & Bradley's Walking, Gang & Sulky Plows
Oliver Chilled Plows
Studebaker Bros. Fine Buggies, Carriages, Phitons'
Carts, Bulkboards, Etc.
e Common Sense Bobs, Farm Machinery, Wagon Extras & Repairs for all Goods Seol.
HELENA, MONT.
OPPOSITE
GRAND
CENTRAL
HOTEL
1MONTANA,
Uiothiul House.
IS [HE HOUSE TO BUY YOUR
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Boots,
Shoes, Hats. Caps, Etc.
s Mail orders solicited, and when you come to Helena drop in and see .71
J. T. Shaw,
PRACTICAL
Brick -- Maker,- Contractor
_ AND BUILDER
VWe are Prepared to Take (onlracts for all ins of I ho ick Work
and Execute the Same.
- WE=CLAIM TO MAKE THE BEST BRICK IN THE MARKe~:
Great Falls, - - - Moutani
'Bakery and Restaurant,
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT,
Meals Served at all Hours, Day or Night.
FRESH BREAD, PIES AND CAKE EVERYDAY
Also Bar in"Connection Stacked with the Finest Brands f LiQurs and Cigars
Central ave. - Great Falls
James Mlathews,
-DEALER INS
Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
l ~tAve. Routh, Great Fall±, -fontana
M.,SILVERM AN
PROPRIETOR
Ien Armory DEADR IN Frs FruitTobacco, Cigais c
ulMain Stroeet., lena. Montana
Great Falls Blacksmith Shop,
WM. J. PRATT, PROP.
Blacksmithing and Repairing of all Kinds
I am prepared to any class of work in my line, and in a most thorough and
workmanlike manner. All work done on shortnotice !.AU
piseases of the feet treated successfullyZ
Livery, Draft, and Mule Shoeing.
SPURGIN & CROWDER,
RE"MOVED Wies, L rQigasf.
Corner 1st. Ave Bth.& - . St., -sOl ia,

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