TWO DAYW .NADi.
A Large Attendance at the Great
Falls Course- Adam's Cascade
Wins the Citizen Stakes.
Many people gathered Saturday after
noon at the race-track to witness the
races for the citizens'purse. Pool-selling
went on actively and was conducted in a
business-like way. The amount invested
was large, all the sports in the city were
present and rendered the scene very
The first race for a purse of $25 was
betweenJoe Herring's Bobtail and Smith's
Arab, a sorrel mare. John Doyle rode
Bobtail and Lora L. Lux rode the sorrel
mare. After a bad start, Bobtail soon
took the lead and held it to the finish,
winning easily. This race was declared
void, on the ground that Bobtail started
before his time, and the judges ordered
the riders to the starting line. A good
start was made for the next race, which
was better contested than the first, but
BIobtail was much the stronger and larger
horse and came in some lengths ahead.
Three horses ran for the race of the
day-the stakes being $100 for the first
horse and $50 for the second. The en
tries were Marshy Adams' Cascade, Al
Hockett's Pilot Boy and Ralph Horton's
Grey Eagle. Adam's'mare was the favor
ite in the pools, which sold in the propor
tion of about $5 for first choice, $3 for
second and 50 cents ,for third. A good
start was made and the race was even
from the beginning between Cascade and
Pilot Boy. Coming near the finish the
jockey laid the whip freely on Cascade,
.who made a spurt and won by a length.
Racing was resumed yesterday.. The
first race was between John Lacross'
mare Daisy and Lovell's bay mare Cora.
The start was even and fair. Cora took
the lead from the start and came in about
three lengths ahead, winning the $40
staked on the race. The owners rode.
The next race was a match between
Lovell's mare and Al Vine's horse Raven
for $10. Lora L. Lux rode Cora which
won easily, beating Raven by five lengths.
The day's racing concluded with a pony
race for a purse of $5, entrance $1. Four
ponies were entered, including those
owned by John Doyle, John Lacross,
Smith and Joe Herring. The riders were
Arthur Nebel, John Lacross, Smith, and
Lora L. Lux, who rode Joe Herring's
gray pony. This was a lively race, the
ponies being very well matched. Lora
Lux rode with considerable skill and
succeeded in piloting Joe Herring's horse
to victory. The attendance was large and
the people enjoyed the sport consider
SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
Judge Rolfe and Mr. Matkin returned
.to-day from Helena.
, Great Falls boasts of two first-class
bakeries--Gerlach's and Zingle's.
Fresh hams, breakfast bacon. ranch
butter and eggs at J. H. McKnight & Co's.
The leading stationery house in Mon
tana, J. P. Company, Helena See their
Miss S. A. McBrine expects to arrive in
town to-morrow and will open school on
Cunningham, the telegraph man, is
seriously considering embarking in a new 1
Mr. Holcomb, who took an active part
in promoting the success of the Cascade
bill, has returned from Helena.
Judge Douglas who worked hard at
Helena for the success of the Cascade
county bill, returned last evening.
Mr. Louis G. Phelps, who represented
the banking interests of the city in the
Cascade campaign, has returned from
We regret to learn that County Commis
sioner Wegner has been confined to his
house by fever and rheumatism since his
return from Beiton.
Miss Busie Handley willopen alaundry
in the Speer building, First-avenue
South. All work entrusted to her will be
done upin Afirst-class style.
The clog-dancing of Sylvenio and
Arthur at the People's is good. The 4
other artists of the "Apex Comedy Com
pany" are not in good form.
Saturday night the "strictly moral
show" was attended by many moral peo
ple and by several of those who do not
publicly boast of their morality.
Mail orders of all kinds of stationery, 1
offlce supplies, blank books, writing ink,
etc., if sent to the Journal Publishing- I
Company, Helena, will have prompt at<
Secretary Nichols returned last even
uing from Belens and received -earty con
gratulationson the success of the Cascade
county bill, for which he labored so
Between Jollifylng over the passage of
the Ckscade county bill and:exhllerating I
atthe first night of "a strictly moral
show1" the boys are almost surfeited with
joy and pleasure.
The general opinion of those who
witnessed the races Saturday afternoon
was that the affairs were cut-and-dried.
Hippodrome sporting events are tiresome,
and the would-be sports who arrange
tlim hdad bettertaske a tumble.
A. . Leiy ed Milwiukee arrived in
t cach, after a short
rhei..ere he aided tho Great
in celebrating -
a'Ucade bill.,Mr. Levy will
,Harris sell the largest stock
iothn In the "Fuiuree Great.· . ,
1. %errill,representlang C. P. Scher
omerhora Merchaut Tailor, will be i the
elty few day le has a full line of
EngPlsi Freech, cott anti n d German
ifietbs, also the hlpest beaver cloths for
0verepeat e'e) shown in fontena. Perfect
lit guaranuteed, an~d prieealower than anyI
igouse i th~bd trorr.
A4 tei~ (a-bourt-tewR whq oc
I ~I purpo4se on the
A. NATHAN'S, T-iE ONEPRICED CT HE,
+ t Dor r.'ri H ,cl
GGreat Falls, lVontana.
Great Falls is located at the 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 of the territory, and
the pineries of the upper Missouri and its tributaries. It is especially adapted by its natural resources and geographical position to become the leading manufacturing city
between Minneapolis and the Pacific ocean, 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 water-falls in the world, while the surrounding country is rich in picturesque scenery.
For information address SAM H. NICHOLS, Secretary Great Falls Water-Power & Townsite Company, Great Falls, Montana.
Sweeping Reduction in all '-- .
Summer Hats anti
. . . Summer Underwear at
Harris THE Clothier.
J. H. McKNIGHT & CO.
,T"'hbol0esale a.X,.c. E.Betail
and Dealers in
Wagons and Farm ini Iplmgents,
Central Avenue and Third Street,
EXCELSIOR MEAT COMPANY
First-avenue South, bet. 2d and 3d Streets.
FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS.
Special attention to the retail trade. Orders filled, promptly.
charm-r traveling in disguise, attempted
to practice his art of witchery on a poor,
peaceful rattler which he found lying in
the grass, and which he thought was suf
ficiently under the influence of his magic
spell to be handled without further dan
ger. le no sooner attempted to take hold
of it than it sprang at him, biting him in
his hand. Medical aid was given him
and he is now entirely out of danger, but
bemoans what he terms his lost art.
Sun BRrvae,September 10.-To the Editor
of t/ihe reat Falls Tribtne: Please accept
my best wishes for the success of Cascade
county. There never was a division of a
county in Montana more necessary. Yours
very sincerely, Joir DEVINE,.
Seventeen years a resident at Sun River.
A new, five-roomed house on Secohd
aPvenue soth; to be ready for occupancy
by September 22. Apply to Ira Myers,
Great Falls. - *
- _ -- II I i 1 I /' ]I I [' 1 r, II
2R1EPGRT OF T!E Gil-EAT FALLS
We, the utdersfiged, the'president anda ma.
fority.e truatsts of the Great Pai1s Sheep
IConfpr44, a the! hdowing report whicsieits
forth theZ enact stte of the finnaess of said car.
paration T'henameif;lsaid corpotio sth
"Great ~alls ~heep Co~pa."T
said corpoiraion is euavied on ins Chotean enan..
ty. ontna, nd ts ncipal offiee is at G~eait
Fallhe anaae er a 'The amout
th tl ofd cor is th ott
ietalacturall tetyd thsand4i,
Presidept ofthe Great f I po1
IRA IYERS. E. G. MACLAY.
1884 " .". " °''°'' 1887
Great F alls Lumber Company
MANUFACTURE AND EP IN F TOC.K ALL INDS OF
Dressed and Matched Flooring, Dressed Siding,
Finishing Lumber, Lath, and Shingles.
All Ki ds of M olding. O der Filled DlRECT FROM THE S AW if DFired
B3u.roLa &, I-otchkiss
HAVE THE FINEST ASSORTMENT OF
Shelf, Building, and Heavy Hardware
in GREAT FALLS, and at prices that defy competition. All kinds of TIN WORK DONE TO ORDER.
Coill and get prices. Stone block, OCetral Avenue.
JOHN R. PAYNE, GEORGE MARTIN, CHAS. Y. KINLOCH,
President. Vice-President. Cashier,
ANK OF GREAT FALLS
A General Banking Business Transacted.
Sells Exchange on all the Principal Cities. Interest paid on Time Deposits.
Accounts Solicited. Special Attention given to Collections.
Real Estate, oans, anda ,
C1 P.AXL , MONTA A.
The pioneer inarance ef-ee o· Great-FaUll. Represents the largest Amertean companies.
Spenial attention given to exami les, maki L d ortgagesd and eos leetione.
CorreepondEn ee invited ere.or . .''Ie -opportuia.. i for investment at ; reat FUZlr and
throughout northern Montan. Mortgage loansan d othet invetmenits made for non-reidents.
Fin rt y negotiataed:
8e-4nEN Pirt National Banx G4ea 9a t hi The Mtana National Bank. Helena.
)I.. B WR.. F . MAk ER.
BBGI4ABDT & PAB KEJR
Titles E aniued and Abstracts urnishedk, attention iento thh i
I prtTnsra Af ý .f
In C tonhe Bt~ppi $a .i.
J. D. TAYLOR
Shop and Boat-Bone, root of ThirdaeneBouth.
Row-Boats for Hire by the our. BoatFertriagillghtraea.
Boats, masts and sails made to order. A number of elegant new boats en thswetfrisina,.
Wisoonsin. All chargem reasonable. Can befound at bhaothours at'hunr.
JAS. J. GIBBONS
lmfaetarer of and Dealer in
HARNESS, SADDES, COLLARS AD B BLES,
Whips, Qubts, Carry Combs and rushes,
stoc4k sa.cdies & ecalty
Shape, Spare and Bits. Prompt attention gihen to Bepairn. Cnta Aeav e. r Faile.
T. A. Hunt, roprietor. Cor. ist-av. South and and St.
The Finest Resort in Northern- 61ana
The Besi of Everything
The Finest of Imported ioos a4 Spialy.
Groat fast aE
-=aveane sout bet. 5th a
WROLIMLE ND a IV
POM AUS" 0
ýG _ -! ee
xml | txt