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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 19 December 1888

WFUL SLAUGHTER. WELVE WHITE AND 150 COLORED MEN KILLED IN MISSISSIPPI. Ittle Hope of Stanley's Safety-Murder Near Billings - A Train Robbed in the South. WAHALLA, MISs., Dec. 17-There was terrible riot here last night and today. welve white men and 150 negroes lie ead as the result. For a long time there as been much ill-feeling between the hites and blacks at this place, aggravat by the impertinence of the latter. esterday two of the elements became 1volved in a quarrel which ended in reat loss of life. The facts, as far as can ascertained, are as follows: A negro white man became engaged m a nrel, and the negro was killed. This an excuse for an assault immediately. black horde swept down upon the hites, who were greatly outnumbered. Nowing it was a fight to the death, the Ihtes prepared to receive their black as allants and when the battle was ended t was found that 12 white men and over 10 negroes had been killed. Stanley Probably Killed. LoNDno, Dec. 17-Mr. Thompson, the African...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 19 December 1888

WHAT'S THE MATTER NOW? Presents to be given away in Novem. ber and December, at C. P. Thomson's Reliable Dry Goods House. I issue an elegant card to my custom ers this month containing the following information. This card is issued to my regular cus tomers during the months of November and December. If you carefully have every item purchased from me in those months marked by the clerks on this card will enable you to procure your Christ mas Goods without any cost to yourself and will also enable me to show my appre ciation of your trade during the year. In this connection I wish to say that my goods are guaranteed to be sold at lower prices than elsewhere, and if you can show me any house that undersells me I will refund you the difference with ten per cent added. Presents to be Given Away. $150 worth purchased inN ovember and December entitles you to receiye a gold watch worth $75. $125 worth in those months $20 worth of Christmas Goods. $75 worth in these months, $15 worth of Chri...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 22 December 1888

GREAT FALLS r[IBUNE . VOLUME 3. NUMBER 59 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1888. PRICE, FIVE CENTS MAD WITH RAGE. SCITING SCENE IN THE STREETS OF DETROIT, MICHIGAN. eman Luther or That City Tries to Shoot His Daughter-He Shoots Lynching. arnoraT, Dec. 20.-Luther Herman unrreled with his and daughter esterday. The daughter ran away nd as she turned a corner in he street, she tripped and fell. While he lay on the ground Luther leveled a evolver to fire at her. A by.stander rahbbed his arm and the bullet struck an nnocent spectator in the leg. Another hot fired by him struck his son in the eck, inflicting a serious wound. The rowd then seized Luther and were only revented from lysnching him on the spot y the arrival of a large force of police, who took him to jail. A Case of Small Pox. BUTTE, Deo. 19-Albert Mattleck, who came here from Denver and fell sick at a hotel, was fotind to be suffering from small pox. He was hastily removed to the county poor house. A Chinaman Want...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 22 December 1888

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFICERS: T. E. COLLINS, .... . President JoHa LEPLEr, . . . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, . . . . . Cashier A; E. DICKERMAN, . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: C. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. O. COWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON. A general banking businesm transacted. Echange drawn on the principal points in the States and Europe. Prompt attention given to collections. Interest allowed on time deposits. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1818. SEMI-WEEKLY LICENSES. The licenses which it is proposedto im pose ought to be the subject of careful deliberation. While saloons and gamb ling houses should pay as much as is cus tomary in other towns of like business, the rates, if any, on professional men and merchants should be very light. The licenses paid in this city already amount to $15,000, part of which goes to the ter ritory while the remainder goes int...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 22 December 1888

KILRAIN WILL FIGHT THE GREAT SUSPENSE IN SPORT ING CIRCLES ENDS. Sullivan and Kilraln to Contend for $5,000 and thie "Doag Collar" Wvess.ling Meatch in Sesll toll, Penn. BosTON, Dec. 21.--Representattves of the backers of Kilrain, today decided to cover John L. Sullivan's deposit of $5, 000 at the New Yoerk Clipper office. Bank Complcatilons. Now YORK, Dec. 20-Joseph Vannil, assignee of the Pacific Bank of California, San Francisco, has brought suit in the supreme court against the California Na tional Bank to recover $82,000 on two bills of exchange, drawn by the defenrd ant on the 15th inst. on the Chase Nation al bank of this city. The charge is that the California National Bank obtained the money by fraud, having knowledge of its insolvency at the time the drafts car bills of exchange were drawn by it. An attachment was granted today against the hank propertyin this state. ¶resident Thomas of the California National Bank of San Francisco, which suspended last Monday, issued a st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 22 December 1888

WHAT'S THE MATTER NOW? Presents to be given away in Novem ber and December, at C. P. Thomson's R~eliable Dry Goods House. I issue an elegant card to my custom ers this month containing the following information. This card is issued to my regular cus tomers during the months of November and December. If you carefully have every item purchased from me in those months marked by the clerks.on this card will enable you to procure your Christ mas Goods without any cost to yourself and will also enable me to show my appre ciation of your trade during the year. In this connection I wish to say that my goods are guaranteed to be sold at lower prices than elsewhere, and if you can show me any house that undersells me I will refund you the difference with ten per cent added. . Presents to be Given Away, $150 worth purchased inNovembler and December entitles you to receiye a gold watch worth $75. $125 worth in those months $30 worth of Christmans Goods. $75 worth in these months, $15 worth of C...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 26 December 1888

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE, VOLUME 3. NUMBER 60 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1888. PRICE. FIVE CEN'IS Sa -ý7 R1 T M Af 4I [LAR O . I Th- h n d . ^ .. . , i . . I " - A CHRISTMAS CABOL. BT COANON dABRAR. In the feld with theirfloeks abiding, They lay on the dewy ground; And glim'ring under the starlight, The sheep lay white around; When the light of the Lord streamed o'er them. Andlol from the heevenabove An angel leaned from the glory, And sang his song of love lie san that first sweet Christmas, The song that shallnever cease 'h.lry to eodin the highest, On earth good will and eance." o you in the cityof David A Savieur is horn todayl" Aad edden a host of the heavenly ones Flahedforth to Join the layl 1 never hath sweetearmeseage Thrilled home to the souls of men, And the heavens themselves had never heard A gladder choir till then. For they sang that Christmas carol, That never on earth shall ease "Glory to God in the highest, On earth good will and peace." And thehe hee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 26 December 1888

FIRST tATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid- Up Capital, $100,000. OFFICERS: T. E. COLLINS, .. . . President JoI. LEPLEY, . . . Vice-President L. (T. PHELPS, . . . . . Cashier A; E. DICKEoRMAN, . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: C. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GOISON, IRA IIYERS, OBER'P VAUIOIN, H.O. COWEN, J. Tr. ARMINGTON. ',\ I:I ankIl I,,noing bushsono ranI setl. xhIlýang;(h~tlae rw(n on the principaul points in the Htates and Europe. Prompt attention given to colloctions. I teres, t al)lowd on time deposits. (tl EAl' FALLS TRIBUNE. \EI)NIDAY, I)E('CESINE1I 26, 1888. SEMI-WEEKLY Ul1; IJiISTttSTIiOE. ('hristmas comes this year with a snowy mantle. Santa Claus will make his way easily from house to louse where the tingling of his hells is eagerly awaited by thle young folks. Last year, Santa ('Ilt aes seerintred to be a myth, but the ytung people" stontly denied the asser Iion and il! he re-appears this year as hale and hearty as ever with his sleig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 26 December 1888

THE MISSOULA FIRE. DISCOVERY OF THE CHARRED RE MAINS OF MEN THEREIN. ilver Still Low in Prile--Marderers Sen tenced to Be Executed by the Electrio H.thod-Annother Southern light. tlssoULA, Dec. 21.-The burning of the Exchange hotel here last night was uch more serious than was first antici sted. Visitors at the ruins this morn ag werehorrlfiedto find the charred re stins of a man and possibly those of two. he remains were almost totally de troyed, but the location of the pieces of harred flesh and bones, together with ther circumstan es, point very strongly the destruction of two lives. A cer ner's jury was summon&d and from the tdence there adduced it is auite certain It a railroad man who went by the ame of Hawkins, and sometimes by the ame of Collins, perished. He was last een on the porch of the second story in ompany with an unknown man. Both ntered the building together, and a mo ent afterwards the flames burst through he door at which they had entered. An ye-witness testi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 26 December 1888

WHAT'S THE MATTER NOW? presents to ie given away in Novem Ler and December, at C. P. l'hotsonss' Reliable Dry Goods tlouse. I issue an elegant card to my custom ers this month containing the following information. This card is issued to my regular cus tomers during the months of Ntfvember and December. If. you carefully have every item purchased from me in those months marked by the clerks on this cerdt will enable you to procure your Christ mas Goods without any cost to yourself and will also enable me to show my appre ciation of your trade during the year. In this connection I wish to say that my goods are guaranteed to be sold at lower prices than elsewhere, and if you can show me ay hounse that undersells me I will refund you the difference with ten per cent added. Presents to be Given Away., $150 worth purchased in Novembner and December entitles you to receiyo a gold watch worth $75. $125 worth in those months $20 worth of Christmas Goods. $75 worth in these months, $15 worth ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 29 December 1888

GREAT FALLS TRRIBUNE, VOLUME 8. NUMBER 61 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1888. PRICE, FIVE CENTS WILL EGAN RESIGN? IEPORTS THAT HE MAY RETURN TO THE CANADIAN PACIFIC. Loss of Lie in Denver-Carver Trlying HIs Hand at Breaking His Own Reoerd--Fire Near Nebraska City, Nebraska. MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 27-The Tribune says: Some changes are being made in the general offices of the Kansas City lire, but tile oficials still deny the rumor con cerning the resignation of General Man ager Egan. One report is to the effect chat Mr. Egan is to occupv a similar posi tion with the Canadian Pacific company. Of the changes to be made one is the ap pointment of Mr. S. C. Stickney as assist ant to the president of the road. Mr. tiLckney has been enaineer of mainten ance of way. His successor in that posi tion will be Mr. H. Fernstrom, at present chief engineer. Four Men Killed. DENVER, Col., Dec. 26-A fatal acci dent occurred on Fifteenth street,between Trembnt and pohrt place, resulting in t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 29 December 1888

NO. 1525. FIRST NATIONAL BANKI OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Cavital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFICERS: T. E. COLLINS, . . . . President JOHN LEPLEY, .. . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, ..... C8ashier A ., E. DICOERMAN, . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: O. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. O. COWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON. A general banking business transaoesd. Exchange drawn on the principal points in the States and Europe. PI'rompt attention given to collections. Interest allowed on time deposits. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, DECEMeIBER 2 1888. SEMI-WEEKLY OUR RAILROAD PROGRESS. Our railroad growth during the year has been santsfactory. Last year about this time the Manitoba trains were bet tlhng against the elements with all the disadvantages incidental to a newly con structed road. The track is now firm and fast trains come and go with uner ring punctuality, providing rapid, com fortable transportation without change of cars from St. Paul ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 29 December 1888

TOOK FRENCH LEAVE sIX PRISONERS BREAK OUT OF BUTTE JAIL AND ARE AT LARGE. The Anaconda Works Likely to Close Down Soon- Preparing 'for nP Exeaution in WIo nipeg, Manitoba,, p~qrT, Dec. 27-It was reported to night that a conference was held between the Anaconda company's officers and B'a perintendent Dickinson of the Montana Union, at which the Anaconda people in formed the railroad superintendent that if better railroad facilities could not he furnished the company would be obliged to shut down for an indefinite period. The road is short of engines to haul ore from the mines to the works, as 2,500 tons is required daily, This report has alarm ed the community and it is assumed that the Anaconda mines and and smelters will shut down tomorrow or next day. Broke Jail in Bitte. BUTTE, Dec. 28.-Between 8 and 9 o'clock a jail delivery was successfully effected from the county Jail, in the rear of the court house. Six persons made good their escape. Sliver Still Low. NEw YORK, Dec. 27.-Bar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 29 December 1888

CLOSING OUT SHOE STOCK --.\T- les h11 n Cost! -AT THOMSON'S RELIABLE DRY GOODS HOUSE Every article SOLD AT COST frome now until after the inventory is taken. C. P. THOMSON. SPRAY O TIIFE FALLS. [From Wednesday's Daily.] Snow is still thlick on the ground. Mrs. i. Htlrris of flelena is the guest of lIr. and fles. Ml. uarris. There is still a good supply of holiday goods on hand. (ive the merchants lt Judge tinuy is gone to Minneapolis for the holidays. Ite is as light-iearted as any of the boys. There was a grand ball in Kibbey on Christmas eve. D)ancing was maintained until a late holur. Merrily did thie Arion spend Christmas day. Thte members b met inl their hall and danced to tie soulnd of sweet music until a late hour. There wats no happier as selnblnge than thei unIidelr the sun or' The Miaukee hoouse tgave its first ('hrittlnms ltltl on Mot>rhy ereacing. The attendance was large, the mnusic good and the dlancing spirited. Mattthes & Roehlt served ot grand supper, after w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 2 January 1889

GREAT FAILS TRIBUNE. LHstorical Society l tlan . ti VOLUME 83, NUMBER 197 GREAT FALLS., MONTANA, WEDNESDAY! JAN. 2, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS HIAPIY N.W YEAR!B HIELENA RESLVED TO THROW HER HOSPITABLE HOMES OPEN., Chiaef Justloee MCeonnell esig.s that Position - He Will Become a Partner of Lawyer Clayberg. HELENA, Dec. 81.-New Year's day, `will be celebrated with the customary gaiety 'ani spliehdor. The. hospitable homes of many ladles will be open to visitors. The ho s swill be assisted in receiving by~; the fairest of Iielena's belles.fhd owing announce oitents of New Year's receptions have been made: Mrs. William BaSrenport, assisted by Mrs. A. J Davidson and 'Migess Daveh poit,;ki, 'hh ssro, KIilk, Jones, 8l and Miss Hersh' wi e 1tthe residence of (ses Rumley Mrs. S Erao. aad isa The l'bdieei dsocitvyi if te Broad wayM. B chureh at Good Temphlas' hll frein 8 toii I '. . Mrs. R. E. Fisk, assisted by Mrs. M. E. Pyle, Mrs. O. D. Hard, Mrs. F. L Sizer and Misses Blaine, Fisk, Briscoe, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 2 January 1889

FIRST NATIONAL BANK1 OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $I,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFICERS: T. E. COLLIns, . . President JOHN LEPLEY, . . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, ... . ashier A; 3. DIOERMARn , . . Asst Cashier DIREOTORS: C. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. 0. COWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON. A general banking business tansacted. Exchange drawn on the principal points in the Steats and Europe. Prompt attention given to collections. Interest allowed on time deposits. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1889. SEMI-WEEKLY THE OLD YEAR. The old year goes out mildly. Broad water bay is frozen over, but the weather f continues soft and no one suffers from I the cold. The stock on the ranges are in good condition and will, no doubt, pass through the winter without loss. Trade suffers somewhat from the.mild ness of the season which depresses the sale of winter goods, but the condition of tusiness in general is good and is likely to co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 2 January 1889

ATTENTION! SGROWERS INVITED TO MEET AT WASHINGTOIN. bs Delano Issues ithe Call-The eool Oehedule Deemed Inade quate - RHen the Meeting. Oans, 0., Dec. 20.-Columbus pfesident of the National Wool ' Association, has issued an ad the wool growers ofttle united calling a meeting of the oficers of al and'state associations at Wash , January-.10. The address sets that the wool schedule pending the senate, failosto aftord .dequate on and it is considered the ques relief that the meeting is called. A Big Settlement Proposed. Go, Dec. 27,-A local paper says te off'er of settletint with the Sis abnounased on 'the part of C. haw, whose $2,000,000 failure was hot of the famous Harper wheat Twenty per cent of the,value of im is tendered, 20 per cent in d 20 per cent in Kershaw's notes by Eggleston, the wealthy of the firm, who still maintains was not a partner at the time, he in no ,ense was liable legally. tr the remaining 60 per cent of unts Kershaw will turn ovgr a anda half dollars' worth of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 2 January 1889

CLOSING OUT SHOE STOCK -AT Less Than Cost! -AT THOMSON'S RELIABLE DRY GOODS HOUSE Every article SOLD AT COST from now until after the inventory is taken. C. P. THOMSON. SPRAY OF THE FALLS. [From Monday's Daily.1 Mr. Garrity of Sand Coulee was in town yesterday. Pianos for rent at Jackson's music store, Helena, Montana. The Knights of Pythias' ball tomght will be a grand success. General Manager Anderson of Sand Coulee was in town today. The Arion will entertain its friends agreeably tonight with music and danc ing. Rev. Father Coopman will hold Catho lic service here next Sunday at the usual hour. Sleighs and cutters, lap robes, horse blhnkets end sleigh bells at J. H. Me: Knight's. Boys have your skates sharpened equal to new. E. W. King, basement, steam laundry. No ToIsUaE tomorrow. In ordler that the staff may all enjoy New Year's, the T.t.ouN will not appear tomorrow. The ToInutcE wishes a hapliy New Year to all. As Rip Van Winkle says: "May you all live long and be happy." Mrs....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 5 January 1889

GREAT _FALLS TRIBUNE. VOLUME 8, NUMBER 68 , GREAT FALLS. MONTANA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS *COMING HOME. MIRAL LUCE RnTmONING WITH HIS PRIE.FROM HATI, ale to tu l Mniuetsippi Toiubles Strosg Wool Markets-More Pay For Emperor Wlllitm. NW Yon, 'Jan. 8.-The World's - la cable for Port a IPrince, says: ral'Luce on the Galena leaves here ay, towing the Hsytian Republic. imal Luce had no instructions to payment of indemnity, the Haytian ernment claims that the m~atter old be settled in the courts Ameri here are indignant because Admiral was not instructed t demand in ty. They expect other ships here ethe matter. -Tnsepolitical situn hlierev ematis unchanged_ Northern are repoitediton have been 'ilctorieus ree recent battles. Legitlme i ap; ensive of an overthrow. Thirty Hya a have been 'arrested and lodged n on.suspicit bof .r~ving' engiged in.a tooif~e r zow eaehra t at Po.t Thae Wahallak Treubles. iHALLAK, Mieoan.i2i. t is retoorted that three bands of pve metl each,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 5 January 1889

NO. 5526. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. a Authorized Capital, $I,ooo,ooo000 Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. a OFFIOERS: T. E. OoLLI.s, . . . President JonH LEPLEY, . . . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, . . . Cashier t Ah E. DIKEnRMAN, . . Ass't Cashier DlhEOTORS: 0 o. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIB, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERBS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. O. OOWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON. A general banking bnsiness transacted. Exohange drawn on the prinoipal points in the States and Europe. Prompt attention given to colletions. Interest allowed on time deposits. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JANUARY 5. 1889. SEMI-WEEKLY OUR MINERAL WEALTH.. It will be seen by the accurate returns which the Butte Miner has compiled that Butte and Anaconda have smelted silver and copper to the amount of $22,987, 266. The Anaconda works have pro duced copper matte estimated to be worth $7,450,000. The same great concern has yielded silver matte worth $1,250,000. These make a total of $8,700,000 produced in silver and copper...

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