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THE ONE PRICE CLO THIER Has Now on Hand a Large and Complete Stock of Winter Clothing, Purchased Before the Advance of Wool, Which We are Selling at Prices Which Defy Competition Call and Inspect Goods and Prices Before Purchasing Elsewhere. Jail and Express Orders TWill be G-iven Proszzý.pt .d.ttensticn A. Nathan, "The Clothier," Next to "Tribune" Building,. Great Falls. Goods as Represented or Money Refunded. SPRAY OF THE FALLS. C. M3. Boyd of Jefferson, M. T. is a Park hotel guest. W. J. Minar, Choteau county's treasurer is registered at the Park. II. J. Clark is over from Ilighwood taking in the metropolis. G. W. Pence has added a twenty-five foot addition to his stable. Judge Huy has taken the house former ly occupied by Dr. Ladd. Ledgerwood & Briggs have taken IIuy's buildtng for a meat market. A. E. Veazie of the U. P. iR. HR. elena. is looking over Great Faiks. Theo. Gibson & Co. will soon erect a warehouse 100x300 feet in size. Geo. D. Patterson of Benton, was enter .tained by W. P. Wren this week. Steve Spitzley is in Helena. HIis inju ries are being sized up by Dr. Cole. Ira Myers mill started up Tuesday and is turning out large quanties of lumber. A double saddled horse was one of the eccentricities of our town on Thursday Miss Schultz of Helena was in the city this week, the guest of Mrs. Hi. O. Chow en. M. F. Root of the Helena & Benton stage line is looking after his interests here. Nineteen thousand brick per day will be turned out by the brick yard across the river. A. C. Lux was elected a member of the Pioneer Hook and Ladder Co. on Monday night. F. M. Shaw, a capitalist of Lacota, D. T. has beenflaking purchases in Great Falls this week. Nat 'lcGiffin has bought Mr. Largent's house and will remainn with us during the I coming y, "r. On the whole lrsth of the west side of their iuidinh.i 1am !!rtn oc ET:ton will erect .ge Fugh'. cr tr:tili abilities are more than ordin:r. rge handles the erm buli;. :. g-ial proprietor of .Ihe (i.,ae: Ho e,- s':rcecds hilmelf as t.. on lte eficient 'sistant -.r o th Monana N.n:d bank of Sor. and . r. i Io E.E. Iu, and A. J. tiuy have moved into the l,oase recently occupied by Dr. Ladd. P. D. Briggs will ith a flil outfit of butcher's tools, return from Park River. T)akota. on the first of May. Dr. Norris the dentist left us on Wed nesday for Fort Benton where he will prosecute his professional duties. Graders on the M~Tn:itoba ii. R. will soon commence work at this point to work east until they meet the west -bound party. The Tno:u;ai: retches farther out east ward than some people suppos?. We got a letter yesterdlay from St. Johns, N. B. C. M. Blac'kman, G. if. McKean, Ira In grahm and E. B. Largent were among the representatives from Sun River here this week. William Albrecht has let the contract for a two story brick 25x100. His furni ture establishment will occupy the whole house. *Over average are our citizens. They propose to see our fire company out of the woods and after June 1st won't owe a cent. The new bank, known as the Bank of Great Falls has finally opened for business. It is equipped with tastey furniture and fixtures. N-eihart continues to attract attention. Eastern capital has taken hold of the mines and will help Meagher county to the front. HELENA, MONT, Send For Sampes & Prices and be Convinced Rev. Clewes took his departure for Benton last'*Monday. It is the sincere wish of all Great Falls' people that he will visit us often. Dr. Crutcher of Choteau has been in town this week. lie will give his able assistance to the organization of a Knights of Pythias Lodge. In the near future the T'1:riur-x will have an engine, which will turn off a dai ly paper, with telegraphic news from all parts of the world. Jos. Allin comes up smiling as usual just as though we had not suffered a severe winter and lie had lost no sheep. lIe passed a few days here this week. Jared Smith was in town Wednesday and renewed his subscription to the Tarn IsNE. lIe says that a postoticCe has been established at Iighwood and the mail comes regularly. Freight outfits are :arriving in large numb:ers .laen with goods for the stores. The r:nads re in excellent condition and the fr. ig -ters ale c.n=o'iuently happy and are i:.::king _nod tohn. At :: re'c.nt meeti0 _ ,t the stockholders of the >Fir-st awtion: Lank a it was decided to incr:,-a i .h capial stock to l100,000 to keol pa::c :it the iincreased business in ciloent `to týi ' r.api growth and prosperity of C:r-at FL. ,MJa:a"grm Cairns of the Ilocky Mountain Telegraph Company has laid off the line from sun .iver Leavings to Great Falls. and ..i: chain measurement, cails it a Cood t '.. lwe miles and a half. The genteel waitresses of the Park hotel have been supplanted by a retinue of pro fessional gentlemen of color. We doubt not the verdict of all Park guests will be "the colored troops fought nobly." Among the Cascade hotel guests thim1 week are: 0. J. Lemon, Peter C'ol!'y, Minneapolis, George Calcart. St. Paul :t' A. Nicholson, W. .1. Horton, E. Bishoip, IV, Cunley end J. E. Evans, IlI:ena. The lcicrr y :r: has paid our t:aientel townsman, Paris Gibson a compliment of which we feel proud. Worthy as we know, him to be, the Prv..s forestalled us in plac ing him in the front rank where he be longs. mon. T. E. Collins, our excellent coin cilran is spending a few days in town this week. Wh'li Mr. Collins is a thorous:h Benton ni h: is broad minded enougzh to t·,- t,':t i.: :.t Falls is the most i: pn:,t p.o i' :irtbherli Montana. ::;- I .-l x rwood will on the first of M?,v.a, p the City Meat Market in LHu ' hall, mi w'ill in addition to a full st cks of t:m:eI.:,p fresh vegetables, but ter, eggs:.and every succulent provision which epicurean a:)pe;ite may desire. * A beautiful avenue has been laid out on the hill northeast of Central avenue. This site will be the location of our finest resi dences and will be lined with them with in a very few years. From the brow of the hill a full view of the city, the river, surrounding plains and distant mountains can be obtained. With characteristic fore sight Mr. Gibson is having trees set out on either side of the avenue. We can expect a building boom this spring the like of which seldom visits any town. The sawmills have orders ahead and lumber is being eagerly sought after. Buildings are in demand for all sorts of business purposes and those who own im proved realties are being well paid for their investments. The usual croaker is around deprecating the town, the people -in fact the world. There are some folks who, however well the world treats them, will continue to grumble, will growl at everything and everybody; don't know when they are well off, and if well fixed, would deny it for the sake of a kick. -----o--- THE OBSERVER. With Dexter's steam ferry, Judge Hil ger's and I)r. Davidson's boats, the navi gation of the Missouri above Great Falls will be somewhat lively this season. The exceedingly mild weather of the past few days will fix the grass so that the green goggles can be removed from the cattle. I should like to know what became of that unfortunate man whom "honest ranch er" found frozen to death last winter. Barney ought to recall what brand he had been taking before he made that trip, as it might lead him to the exact spot again. 'lTe Giant Sprieg has lost none of its beauty and vigor during the long angd cold winter. It will be a favorite resort for tihe people of Great Falls and their guest this su muner. I don't see what the shoeiI::k h:ve laid up against this to an. There is plenty of work for a good shoemaker here now. It seems ridiculous to send :a p!air of shoet , a hundred miles to be mmended. It is about time that the m'embenrs of the boat club seat for tir boas a:nl mn, oi.ier prpar:i'ons for t.' com;i:g se /,ature h]i"s provide, Gr>at Falls wit. l fou,* a[ i, , Notice. 1 To all parties conee--n,_.,i: 1 e, o.:t' u:_ ecl 1 our -aw mflills , . .-uri (-reat F:1-.- andi Sa. nh:-:r!_: mil at (Ceat Fall? o le .:.. l t - U-"rv L ,ii1 -e i . .:,i..nt. K. P. Lodge. or,'tuized !'t? Thiu'.d' y ean''..ing u d: ,-r the directi,,a of Me-'1 . i Ilinwaid :od Murp, . ýbou: tw-r:ity ch:arter ili1e hers were ini tated. The lodsle will occupy th, -econ'.l duor of the brick building back of the Park hotel un til larger quarters can be had.* To the Public. You will find at my store a fine and nob by line of samples for sustom suits. Call and examine and leave your order. HARxIs, The Clothier. Notice. Killed by accident. One work steer, branded on left hip with two vertical bars. For further particulars apply to HALnLToN & EATON. For Rent. After May 20, a business building cor ner 4th St. and Central ave., now occupied by a dry goods store. Address, H. A. Fry, lock box, 222, Ft. Benton, Mont.' The later-Mountain makes a Celestial weep "in a loud tone of voice." Butte must be a pretty hard place when such peculiar results of grief attain' to such a high strained pitch of voice. ,anything ytu May want in Fine Boots, Shoes or Slippers We Can Please You. SCHULTZ & CO., Selena, - - Montana PIONEeBER HOTEL OC'e nt :a.alls, 2vz rJoz.t-9 PAUL GRELLMAN Prop. Having leased the above Hotel and refitted the same we solicit the patronage of the iublic. Best table and most comfortable rooms of any Hotel in Great Fals. Charges reasonable Vitf General Land and SC. Oineral Business, M.ines Examined and Reports, Plans. Etc., Executed. - eal - Estate - and - Commission. -? IEN-d , FTREET BETWEE 2_d & Od AVES. - - - - GREAT FALLS, MONT t S l ; Fine Wines, Liquors anu Cigars. S Wm. Crooks, Prop. Notice of Dissolution. CTl:e co-p artnc.hriip heretofor, exiatina etwe-n W'li:n Allbrecht and Geo. -. Knight. of Great Fallr, Montana, is :his day, y ::ti'l on-entof both par tis, hereto -l s dived, 31r. Geo. A. Knilht rctir;ine, W illi:ct: Albrecht beco:tming sole !!rietor !who will a-sun:e all of thein I:ie it« ., otf. and receie I:l acciunti due -ol Ii1r :s heretofore existed. (Et,. A. KNo-.-r, This 2it d oy of Fe'bruary 15~7. Notice of F .in l Entry. L.ND Or-r. E2 !AEL:nI. MONrT. He, rch 2:. iS7. ,, cr, hrivcntha-th... following ne.. ed -t!ter h:s tilI notice of hi- intemtin to -1ak firal proof is nIpprt Uf i"-' claim and that ac.id roof will b- mad:-l bfor,- tihe Pr-bIatt Jnd." of< ote-,an &u. tyot Mont., at Fort Benton on May 11th li,7, viz: Al,,xrander ('art 'ho made prix-e:un.tin D). S. No. 7l52A for the NW'. bee. 10 Tp. _s N. Il 4east. He naimes the following witnesses to prove his continnious resid-ence upon: an1 cenitivatior, of. srld land. vi: ('harles A. Crowder. Timothy f-xton, William It. Selk!w and Andrew Erickson all of ircsat Fa'ls, Mont. SWV Langhorne, Register Xotiee of Final Entry. Ltad Ofice at Helena Hont. March. "23th. 1896. Notice is hereby given that the following named settler has fled notice of his intention to make final proof in support of his claim. and that said proof will be made before John W. Tattan, Probate Judge in and for C(ho teen Couqnty at FortBenton iont. on May l1th I1s8, viz: 'William R. ehllew who made Pre eýnption D.S. No. 8109 for the W% SW4i. SW'i NW'fi Sec. 14 and SE,, NE,4 Sec 33, Tp. 21 N. R. 3 east. He names the following witnesses to prove his antinutons residence upon, and cultivation of said land viz: Andrew Erickson, Barney Murray Timothy Sexton and Charles A. Crowder, all of Great Falls, Montana. S. W. LAenosxwx, Register. Noatie of Final Entry. Land OHice at Helena, Mont I March 2, 1887 Noticeishereby iventhatthefollowmg.nam ed etor has ed notice of his intention oI make inal proof in suppert of his claim and that saidpoof will be made efore the lterk of the 3d Judicial Ditrict Cortin and forChot sa Fort Bbnton on May 11th, 1887, vis: I Andrew Ericksoin who made pre-emption D. S. No. "711, for" tler lot I See. 4, Tp. 21 N. 2 . 3 east: 6"1 SW NE SW,: SecE - S .3Tp.21, N. R. 3 east. SIe n mues the following witnesses to prove his continuous restidence noon. and cultivation of, .iid ad riz: Barney MIurray. William R. Sel lwv, ('h-ar;e' A. ('nrýwdcr and Timothy Sexton. all of (Great Falls, Montana. S W Langhorne, Register Notice of Final Entry. Land Office at pelena, Mont. i March 23. 1887 Notice is hereby given thatt the following-nam edc sett! r has Tiled notice of his intention tis make final proof in support of his claim, and tiat said proit will be made hefore the CIr-k of tie 3d Judicial District of Montnna in and for ('hoteann county. at Fort Benton, Mont.. on May F., 1 e7. viz: Barney Murray who made preo inrtien T). S. No. silO. for the SEra SW't Sec. 27. NiŽ NWia& Sei5 NWSec. 34 Tp. 21, N. R. 3 east. ue names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land viz: William Ri. Sellew, Andrew Erick so . Charles A. ( rowder and Timothy Sexton all of (ireat Fell., :o!ant. S. W. LANeGoinr-, Register. NOTICE OF FINAL ENTRY. Land Office at Helena, Montana March 28, 1887 | Notice is hereby given that the following nam ed eettler has fried notice of hisintention to makt final proof in*upport of his claim, and that said roof will be made before John WT Tattan Probate Judge and ex-officio clerk. Chotean county, Mentana at Fort Benton. Mont on May 10th, 1887, viz: Charles A. Crowder who made pre-emption D. S. No. 8149 for the SBE Sec. 10 Tp. 0, . R. east. He names tl. following witnessm s to prove his conainnons residence upon, and suti. yation of, said land, viz: Timothy Sexton, Alex. , ander Cair Andrew Erickson and Barney Mur ray all of dreat Falls. Ilont. S. W. Langhorne: Register NOTICE OF FINAL PROOF. LANs Oricx AT aLaxA, MONT. I March 2, 1887. NUOTlCEislhereby given that the followingi -named settler has fled notice of his inten tions to make final proof in anuport of hi. claim, and said proof wilt be madebefore John. W. Tattan Probate Judge of Chteau county at Fort Benton, on May 1 1887, viz. Timothy Sexton whomade pr.empion D.S. No. 8128for the NE3 See. 12 2D B. 4 east. He names.the f lowing itases toprove his coontinousresidenoe upon, and edltiiationof said ladviz:Aleande Carr, Charles A. Cr s o fiAdre Eaac) and Barney mraytr, a.of . re t L aa B, Mot.e W. W. iMsmoaau. Beghtar