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SPRAY OF THE FALLS.
[From Saturday's Daily.] City Attorney Stanton has returned from Helena. Col. Broadwater arrived in the city to day from Helena. Mr. Berg, of the firm of Berg Bros., Townsend, is in the city. Dr. Fairfield starts for Washington, D. C., tomorrow, where he will spend sever al weeks. E. B. Largent of Sun River intends to go east soon. On his return he will make this place his home. Thos. Pelkey and Amelia Shadville, both of Great Falls, were married by Judge Dyas last evening. L. I. Harris name in yesterday from Helena. He will take charge of the store during his brother's visit east. There will be preaching at the M. E. church tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock and in the evening at 7:30. SbbatlP school at 2:80. Myer Harris leaves on tomorrow's train on a business trip to New York city and other eastern points. Myer says he will not visit Canada, however. The Sand Coulee coal mines are now supplying the Manitoba and Montana Central railroads from Butte to Minot. They take about 800 tons daily. The Manitoba railroad has prepared a splendid map showing Great Falls and the country around it. Projected lines to Yogo and up Sun river are shown. William M. Cockrill hias returned home much to the joy of his many friends, who are glad to fnd that'he enjoyed his trip to old Kentucky. Mr. Cockrill tarried in Helena and was one of the guests at the musicale given by Miss Leslie. A prominent miner and justice of the peace has sent to the TnrInuln for a mar riage certificate. This is significant, es pecially as the sender is a bachelor. We shall tithe care to send one that in artistic design will be appropriate and worthy of the occasion. Presbyterian services Jan. 20th, 11 a. m. -Subject of discourse-"Worldly-wise men and Christian dullards." Two p. m. - Sabbath-school lesson - "Christ healing the leper," MIark 1-35-45. Seven thirty p. m.--"The decline of Faith" or the Eclipse of Faith-Which? Mr. J. B. Turton, who has had charge of Murphy, Maclay & Co.'s business at Benton for some months past, has dlosed up the affairs of the firm at that place and may now be found at their Great Falls store. Mr. Turton is a popular Syoung man and is a valuable acquisition to the working force of Murphy, Maclay & Co. & Co. Up to yesterday but one bill haa been introduced in the legislature, which is a slight indication that our law-makers do not propose to govern us too much, as they generally do. The bill in question was introduced by TIhompson of Silver Bow, and provides for licensing engin eers of stationary engines and for the es tablishment of a board of inspection, ect. Mr. L. F. Menage of Minneapolis, who arrived in town yesterday, left today for Helena. In company with Mr. Paris Gibson, Mr. Menage visited the smelter and falls yesterday. He intends to return here in the spring. Mr. Menage Is Inpresi dent of the Northwestern Guaranty Loan company, which is composed of such cap italists as Thomas Lowry, Geo. A. Pills bhry, W. D. Washburn, Lorbn Fletcher and W. H. Eustis. Mr. Menage is an ex tensive property owner and deals consid erably in real estate. G. H. Goodrich, one of the enterpris ing fuel dealers of Great Falls, makes his headquarters at the office of the Rocky Mountain telegraph office, where Barnes & Collett also have an office. He deals in fuel of all kinds and sells Sand Coulee coal, delivered anywhere in the city, at $5 by the ton or $4.50 by the car load lot. He has also a fine quality of pine wood for sale and in fact can furnish anything required in the way of fuel. Mr. Good rich also sells considerable coal at Fort Benton and other points on the Manitoba and Montana Central roads. There is a pleasant exchange of hospi talotiesgoing on between Helena and Great Falls. In the former city on Wed nesday Miss Mary Kane gave a pleasant progressive euchre party at her residence 733 Broadway to a number of Helena people to meet Miss iaMabel Martin of Great Falls. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Crosby, Miss Dora Flow eree, Miss Norma Kinna, Miss Louise Blaine Miss Greene, Miss Stella Smith, Miss darponter, and Messrs. George Hill, W. A. Conrad of Miles City, Clarence Kisna, Chas. Power; Steve Oarpenter, Ren King, and Herbert Nicholson. On 'hursdav evening Miss Leslie gave a *musicalt to a few friends at the residence of her father, the governor, on Rodney street. The aifair, under the manage ment of the hospitable and charming young hostess, proved a complete social and musical success, and a style of enter tainment that should become more fre quent." Following is the programme: Instramental solo, Miss Wade; Vocal solo, Mrs. Webster; March, Militaire, Schubert, Mrs. D. N. Fisk; Vocal duet, Judge Eddy and Mr. Rob ere Leslie. Menuetto-Mrs. D. W. Fisk. "Let Me Love Thee," solo-Arditti Miss Atkinson. Polish dance-Mr. Nei bles. Duet-March, Schubert--Mrs. Ra leigh and Mrs. Fisk. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fisk, O. R. Allen and hohs, Mrs. Raleigh, Mrs. Webster, Mrs. Henry Cannon; the Misses Rosenbaum, Atkinson, Wade, Brooke, Johnston Hedges, Floweree, Martin bf Great Falls, McConnell, Maupin, Shiland, Bach and Leslie; the Mlessrs. S.E. Atkinsone, Palmer, Gunn Word, J. U. Sanders, W. E. San ders, lcCrary, Stoner, W. M. Cockrill of Greet Falls, Prof. Hershfleld, Craig, eerl, D. Barbour, l. M. Leslie, Walter Fing, Neibles and Judge Eddy. [From Monday's Dafly. Major Candy was in town yesterday. Bon. Jesse Taylor is registered at the Park hotel. Chas. Gibson of Fort Benton is in the city on business. Pianos for rent at Jackson's mlsic store, Helena, Montana. Fred H. Boynton of the Minnesota Type Foundry company is in the city. Miss Wegner left for Helena on today's train for a two weeks visit with fiiends. John Payne, president of the Bank of Great Falls, has gone to Helena on a business trip. Dir. Longeway left today for Montreal to visit his parents. He will be gone about 80 days. Colonel Van Horn has gne to Fort Assinoboine to take part in tie court martial there. A. E. Dickerman went to Helena today with the Broadwater party. He will return tomorrow. There is much talk of statehood. The general opinion is that the United States senate will pass the omnibus bill. Hon. Jerry Collins returned yesterday, to Helena, as important business may arise at any moment in the legislature, The Fort Shaw petition es at the Park hotel for signature. The "desert land" clause is struck out. It has received about 71 signatures in Sun River and here. The Florence mine at Neihart shows three feet of ore, two and a half feet of which will go $200 per ton on a working test.-Rocky Mountain Husbandman. Dr. Fairfield left yesterday for Wash ington, to pay his customary winter visit to that city. He will watch closely the omnibus bill and give pointers to sena tors who need dnlightenment regarding Montana. Colonel Broadwater, whose arrival was announced on Saturday, was accompanied by Mrs. iroadwater, Miss Chumasero and Miss Phillips. The party visited Mr. Child at the smelter yesterday and re turned to the Park hotel in time to escape the strong breeze that sprung up. Early in the day Col. Broadwater went to Saod Coulee. 'his afternoon the party return ed to Helena. Col. Broadwater considers that Miontana is on the road to statehood and thenceforth will go bounding for ward with rapid strides. The following letter has been received by Postmaster Taylor: "Kindly send se on enclosed card any information that you may have, or can get, concerning the whereabouts of Alexander Butler, whose posttoilce address, when last heard from, wlls Great Falls, Mloutna. iThe last beard of him was in September, 1887. He was very sick and I fear he is dead. Any news you can settd will be thankfully re ceived by his mother, Ilsary Butler, Keighley, Butler county, Kdnsas." Any person who has tidings of Butler, would do a kindly act by writing to his mother at th address which she gives. Post master Taylor has no tidings of him. Ernest A. Rimgwald left yesterday for St. Paul, where he will apply for papers authorizing the surrender of Dr. Brown, who is still held at Crookston. On his return ie will call for Brown and escort him back. Sheriff Downing was unable to leave town as he has charge of the valuable stock in C. P. Thomson's store. Brown continues to appeal by telegraph for his release, offering to send back ithe watch which he was to have left es collat eral. Dr. Weltman feels indignant at the manner in whlich'Brown has acted and is not-disposed to consent to any set tlement except in the usual course of justice. It was found on examining Brown's chattels yesterday, that he had left some surgical instruments, but is is believed that lie took away a pocket case which was included in the mortgage that he had given. Charles Gibson, one of the largest sheep owners in MlIontana, is in town. He was met by a TRImBmE reporter, in quest of news and asked about the sheep inter ests. Mr. Gibson said: "In all my ex perience I never knew sheep to be in bet ter condition than at present. They are as fat as seals. The Mon tana wool clip in the coming season will not fall short of 10,000,000 pounds and as Montana wools leads all other wools on the continent in point of quality and desirability, it.is safe to esti mate the net product to the wool-growers at not less than $2,000,000. In addition to this, the sale of surplus sheep by the flock-owners of Montana, will amount, this year, to $2,000,000 more, The sheep interests of this territory are in a very sound and prosperous condition and no branch of the live-stock business is more profitable." Word has been received here that the sheriffs of Montana, together with the probate judges and city marshals, are preparing to hold a convention at Helena not later than the first of February. The object of the convention is to prepare a bill to be presented to the legislature regulating certain defects in existing laws. One of the principal causes of complaint is the fee law which is now in the third year of its operation. The ef fects of this law, the officers claim, is such as tocut down their remuneration to a point below what is right. The sheriff of Silver Bow county, for instance, says his office, after he pays the help which it is absolutely necessary for him to employ, is not worth a dollar a day to him. In connection with this subject it may be noted that the salary law regard ing Cascade county is in doubt. Attorney Gen.Cullen, who wasasked for his opinion says the matter might be settled best by a law suit. It is considered advisable that the legislature should pass a bill that would remove all ground for dis pute. Helena Wants It. The TrBUonE learns from high military authority that Htelena wants to have a military post established there. She would therefore regard with complacency the abandonment of the Fort Shaw post, which would promote her object. Every person is interested in their own affairs, and if this meets the eye of any one who is suffering from. the effects of a torpid liver, we will admit that he Is in terested in getting well. Get a bottle of Prickly Ash Bitters, use it as directed, and you will always be glad that you read this item. To Property Holders. From present. indi cations there will be considerable activity in real estate .in this city within the next ninety days. Property owners who desire to turn their property might find it to their advantage to place the same immediately with HANKS & ATKINSON, Successors to Hanks & McClelland. CROUP WHOOPING COUGH and Bronchitis immediately cured b Shiloh's Cure, Far sale at Lapeyre BIrs, IAKIf POWDER Absolutely Pure. This Powder never varies. A marvel of purity then the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in compdtition with the multitude of low test, short weight, salum or phosphate powders. Sold only in coans. ROYAL BAKING P onDER Co., 107 Wall street, New York. The best and urest Remedy for Core of all disease caused by any derangement of the Liver, Kidneys, Stomach anm Bowels. Dyspepsis, Sick Headache, Constlpation, Bilious Complainto and Malarlaof all kind yield readily to the beneficent li8aee of t It s pleasat to the toste, tones up the system, retoresand preserves health. It is purely Vegetable, and cannot fail to prove benefelal, both to old and young. As a Blood Prlfier it it superior to all ether. Bold everywhere at 1.00a bottle. f LSve-Stoolc COMMISSION lFRCHANT GREAT FALLS, M. T.- This is the only offie in the Territory doing a general buseiness in stok. Speial attention paid to Horses. Cattle and Sheep, both in herds and nubers to smit th teeosso entrs and Sn dirmt lbs with st. Pol, OChioaeo soand allpointswert. Am preparsed to funish stok to any point eat or west in numbers to salt the buyer. a Persons haoinstose for sale will snd it to their interest toe list the same with me. Correspondence solicited. I J. J. KENNEDY. NEW YORK Cash Bazaar. To the People of Great Falls and Surroundinj Gozntry: Another grand old year has drifted by, leaving in its hurricane path the ruins of destruction. But here and there a monument that had with stood the terrific storm, landmark after landmark, historic in magnifd cent attainments, colossal in the enor mous aggregate of business, and ap parently as solid as the eternal moun tains, have been buried and forgot ten. There are mountain rocks that have defied the mighty winds of ten thousand centuries. There is the Giant Spring that has withstood the fury of the mighty Missouri and there are concerns who have rode upon the wings of the Storm, King of 1888 and stand upon the conquer ing heights, bolder, greater and wealthier than ever before. Upon their excelcior banner were written in fadeless letters: "The Almighty dollar." Selling goods for spot cash at a very small margin has more than met our expectations with the close of the present year, and while mak ing active preparations for the camn paign of 1889, we can not but patg. and express to our friends a grateful appreciation of past favors and ten der our sincere thanks for their kind patronage. We trust that by fair dealing and low prices that we may increase our business'with you the coming season. With compliments of the season and warmest wishes for your success, we are, yours very truly, R. D. BEOKON, Prop'r New York Cash Bazaar. SHEEP FOR SALE. I hasve or sale a lot of rade beoks, thoreh. bred Csempbell bsocks ds Camposell be sia vr rle sLinep isre .uo; e Wm alo 8 fW rllousqnd roo sheep. Callon or address J.. T.A.Io HORSE TAKEN UP. os.sesredd sa. s ales brad .can lsers sania i Tfu ate.e veisement. . H e "A.NTED-A seed work team for their keep. f m to o. nTeam wellea , table k-pt, poerils repsnsible, Address applieatios the Tes ofeS ie, . Powers 4 Trigg, FUrniture _Store. HAVE IN STOCK ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE, FURNITURE.MADE TO ORDER. ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING DONE. Our business is cbnduceted on a square basis and at LOW PRICES. We also have a carefully selected stock of UNDERTAKERS' GOODS, and give prompt attention to funeral calls. Embalming in all its branches carefully and neatly executed. Our motto is: "To Bs ON TIME"' First National Bank OF HELENA, MONT. Paid-Up Capital - $500,000 Surplus and Profits - $800;000 Individual Deposits $2,300,000 1 Government Deposits 100,000 S. T. HAUSER, President, A, J. DAVIS, Vice-President E. W. KNIGHT, Cashier , T. H. KLEINSCHMIDT, Ass't-Cash. ASSOQIATE BANIKS: FIRST NATIONAL, Fort Benton, Montan", MISSOULA NATIONAL, Missonula, Montana FIRST NATIONAL, Butte, Montana. A General Banking Business Transacted. LINCOLN &.-M'DANIEL, DEALERS IN lumier, Lath, Shiniles, Sash, Doors,Ete FINEST GRADE OF MONTANA LUMBER IN THE MARKET. Get our prices before buying elsewhere. YARD-Ninth ave. South and Twelfth stieet. CITY OFFICE-Center door, Milner & Bordman block. JOHN P. DYAS, Agent. I -.... WILL J. KENNEDY CITY MEAT IARKET Wholesale and Retail Meats. entral.Avenue, Great Falls. Mail Orders will Receive Prompt Attention .BELT, ,OTANA EI,. rI A N, G o eesDRGooNs, an General Merchandise The Best, Prices always paid for Grain anid Country Produce GRAND UNION HOTEL (TH ILEADING HOTEL.) JER~ Y SULLIVAN, PROP!R, FORT BENTON, . . : QNT, E. V. RBcU;'T'.. M, HOUSE A4I ~QiN ·PNTER. Grsiaing, Paper-Hangig; Hsrd waod Finishing, and rTHE PLACE`T BUY n, u -IS AT A. NATHAN, , Where you. e n &t a.ii an imumenaen9 eassortp 4 of eavry thing in men's we.qr. Mail orders promptl .,ttendedl to. SLA'UGHTER IN OV'ROOATS AT Harris, . The. o Gtiollher1 S. O. ASuBY. " C. A. IRROADWAT.F~o S. C. ASHBY & CO., HELENA AND GiEAT FALLS. SWEET'S PATENT c -i mmon- Snse," " ArCtic" aid " Manitobln Mitchell Farm aid Sprinlg WagY s. Harness, SaddlJ, Bidlus, Whips; Fine Carrlages,Buggles and Phtons. I'Sddi:,ji ail HOrs, Bipakelts, lioth. Buckboards, Carts, Etc. Far LiapOsbes, Currty Cos,Bnusihes, Etc DEDERIo(K ,;HAY PRESSES, IN STOCK. EBAIE ''LIM .. HARROWS, HO9SIER QRI"LLS . We are now open in ~our a ripc3 with asoomplete o o as full O OeS A.A l an e .be found in North "Montana , Get Qur Pr.rn g.afi: g S5Ii' IN4E COUTQ WORK A BPE IALTY - P1IEBS OF UEPAINI REDUIC ox P ELPS BLOCK, OENITRA .AYE. . astern market prea paid for all the above ,took. Prompt. attention Park H~tp I A~e,