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SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
Taylor & Lewis have removed to Mc. Knight's new building on Central Avenue. CoL Broadwater is expected here this evening. He is coming from the east over the Manitoba railroad. . Mr. C. T. Wernecke now has his hand some store on Central avenue open and ready for business. Give him a call and watch for his announcement in tomorow's TRIBUNE. If the party who took Pete Macdonald's coat and vest from W. S. Wetzel's Satur day night will be good enough to return tae account book contained in the coat pocket, Pete'will make him a clear pres eat of the clothes. Horse owners are warned to guard against the epidemic which prevails from Helena to the Dearborn. Robehrt Vaugnin ( lost iecently by lung disease, his colt Vin la Belle, and has had another horse sick. Other horses are reported sick Irom the, Dearborn. There is a fierce west wind blowing to day. It has ne:aly sto;ped trnitii on l!h ferries and has even dealt roughly with such flags as were still floating from the, house-tops. This is the mist riolent storm of the season and warns people to prepare for rude Boreas. F. B. Wilcox and D. H. Chowen hare formed a partnership unde; the firm name a of Wilcox & Chowen, tC. engSore in the general commission business. 'They will have an extensive feed stor.' and will deal b in grain, hay, farm produ(:ts, tc(.. all of which articles will be boulght or sold on commission. The firm has erectd a large warehouse and is now ready to begin bus iness. Their office will be in the Cataract .Mill Co's office on Central avenue. The adveitisement of this new lirm will ap pear in the TRIBUNE tomorrow. A charter was granted to Cascade lodge No. 34, A. F. & A. M., at the yearly ses sion of the grand lodge in Heleua. Tihe organization of the lodge under the char ter, and the installation of officers by tfle % Grand District Deputy will probably take place the evening of the second Saturday in November. There is a large number of Masons in Sun River, Sand ('ou!ee,Deep Creek and Belt valleys who will doubtless be present at that time. By a stroke of fortune this lodge has the honor of sup plying the name to the new county. O A. T. SCMurrz. ALBER f SCIIMID. -THE - PALACE - SALOON - -AND BEER HALL, ( Central avenue, Great Falls, Mont. The finest Wines, Beer, Liquors t and Cigars. av Also, all the delicacies of the market, for lunches, constantly on hand. THOMAS MoIAHON, EXPRESSIAN Has a first-class wagon and outfit, and will ° deliver packages and freight to any part of the town or country. Also will convey sight-seers and pleasure-seekers to the Giant springs and the falls. Leave orders at Nathaa's clothing store, Central ave. EXP ESS lo.1 Baggage and Express delivered to all parts of the city. Connects with all trains going North and South. Terms reasonable. P.. MAcDoNALD, Prop. Great Falls Hydraulic Supplies GAS FITTING. Trahune and Buckeye Pumps, Hose, Challenge Windmills, Hydraulic and Well-boring Machinery., -ALSO- to Osgood U. S. Standard Scales. pa ESTIMATES FURNISHED. WELLS DRIVEN. L. A. WINCHESTER, First-avenue South, rear Park Hotel. H. A. HARRIS & CO. PRACTICAL Architects and Builders. FORD'S Felt-Cloth and Composition Roofing. Plans and specifications of buildings on short notice. Estimates made on all classes of work. Office at W. J. Pratt's blacksmith shop, corner First-av. South and Second street. F. M. MORGAN, SArchitetan d Superintndent Office: First door east First National Bank. GREAT FALLS. MONT. . leqpeettullyr solicits the patonag of thosewho JO "W P. BEACHLY, $ ieriy & NeWS Store, A full assortment of Legal Blanks. .iA.,F: 1COs: NIFTS AlN CANDIES. w and Periodisal eliveted. ;e *Iw8 and h e RAE .NA HA 'S TCHANCE T P YOUR C A er id LlrT I ,ARI'S TIE O E-r.JE LTFHIER, rn Gratt Fa ontana. es H -o Na a A . iO Cntrl-ar vney Fsa l ls, . a onIana. A. CH I Arrr I -rca r, to L1e 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 ne 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 csp)ciially adapted by its natural resources and geographical position to become the leading manufacturing city ii bei."ween Minneapolis and the Pacific ocean, and the principal railroad center or Montana. The trip to Great Falls will amply repay tourists by the beauty oi "the acenary QII the of 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. "e For information address SAM H. NICHrlOLS, secretary Great Falls Water-Power L Townsite Company, Great Falls, Montana. .4 G. LADD, M. 0., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. e Office Hours: 9 to 11 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m. Oihico at Lapeyre brothers' drug store. r H. FAIRFIELD, M. D., Pe JH. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Great Falls, Montana. .F. LONGEWAY, C.M.M.D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office in Churchill & Webster's building, Great Falls, Montana. ). Late house surgeon to the Montreal Western IIolpital and attending physician to Montreal dispensary. GEORGE W. TAYLOR, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Special attention given to real estate and land entries. Office: Over Nathan's store, Central avenue, Great Falls, Montana. THOS. E. BRADY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Office: Central avenue, opposite the Park hotel, Great Fails, Montana. GEORGE P. KEELER, COUNSELOR, SOLICITOR AND ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Great Falls, Montana. Has had twenty years practice in the legal profession. Special atten tion given to the defense of those charged with crime. . H. BENTON, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR ATl' LAW. Offico in Phelps' Block, Great Falls, Montana. JOHN W. STANTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Will practice in all courts of the territory. Special attention given to real estate and mining cases. Great Fails. Montana. St. Pete 's MiSSIOII MONTANA, BOARDING-SCHOOL FOR BOYS. This institution, uin(der the dire-tion of the Je'm:t Fathers,will reopon the Ist ro September. Tr.mis-Taition. free; boarding, $10 per month. For further particulars apply to R.V. J. DAMIANI, S. J., St. Peters, Mont. St. Peter's Mission, Montana, Boarding-Schot l for Girls. This institution, directed by Grsuline Nuns, will reopen the 1st of September. Terms-Tui tion, free; boarding, S10 per month. For further particulars apply to IRu. MoTiwa AM1ADEUS, St. Peters, Mont. J. H. McKNIGHT & CO. WVThk-olesale axzd.c =Eetail GROCERS, W and Dealers in wans an Farminu mplements, t Central Avenue and Third Street, G REAT FALLS. o JOHN R PAYNE, GEOrGE MARTIN, CEAS. Y. KINLOCH, President. Vice-President. Cashier. ANK OFGRiEAT FALLS A ,o s ih d . pa tt iean to C ua , Upon the waters, and it will return before many days." So spoke the Scriptures of old, and so we Speak in this 19th Century. at With this injunction indellibly irnipressed upon the tablets of our memory, we throw upon the waters the following loaves: I Seal Skin Sacque, on exhibition at - - - - - B. Harris, Clothier 1 Pair Diamond Earrings, on exhibition at - - - " " 1 Sewing Machine, on exhibition at - - - - C. K. W ells, Stationer 1 Farm Wagon, on exhibition at - - - S. C. Ashby's Warehouse - Shetland Pony, on exhibition - - - - - - - - - All Over Helena 1 Tea service, on exhibition at - - - - - C. B. Jacquemin's, Jeweler "Any person wishing to become possessor of any of 'the above named articles has only to make a cash purchase at our store, when he - will receive a ticket and numbered coupon, the latter to be detached and placed in an envelope duly sealed and deposited in a compartment box provided for the purpose.. THE kRA ING Will be on January 1st, 1888, and conducted by some of our leading citizens, at a place of which due notice will be given in due time. Is now on exhibition, and comprises the LATEST NOVELTIES OF THE EASTERN MARKETS. Notwithstanding the great expense attendant upon this project, our prices are still guaranteed to be LOWER than any first-class house in Montana, our reliance being to increase our volume of business and thus compensate us for the extraordinary outlay. We ask you to call on us, and feel satisfied your patronage will be placed with SHr Cothie r. ONE PRICE! SQUARE DEALING! Eai Or~ders Solicited. 1884 ,IRA MYERS. E. G. MAOLLAY. urel er Co pa y Ma . NUFAaTUr AND KEEP IN STOCK ALL INDS OF Dressed and Matched Flooring, Dressed Siding, Finishing Lumber, Lath, and Shingles.::- - 1 Kinds of Mo!din. Orders Filled DET ~M T VE HE PINEST AS . i i ' 3I.wf.. . iZp~h~~ iC~~~~l~Zj