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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 5 January 1889

HE MAZDI HAS NOT CAPTURED HIM AS BEPORTED. vernor Hill of New York Denoun ees Corrption at- Eleetons HePropones Pnesidential Reforms. namx, Jan. 8.-A sergeant who be to the Egyptian army has arrived Khartoum. He states that he left atter place Nov. 28, and- at that time n Pasha had not been captured by the di's forces, but have repeatedly de- I ed the dervishes. The officers at kim are personally aquainte~l with -eargeant andknow he is trustworthy elieve his information is true. Mrs. Sehroop Implieated. ADELE, .P., Jan. 4.-A war. wasiesued this afternoon for the ar of Mrs. B.hroop, wife, of Jacob pthe confessed mirderer of An Schlling. The warrant was issued 1 e strength of the sworn statement of I daughter of Schroop by a former age. She declared that her step er had frequently urged her father I Schellng so that they could get ton of his money. Mrs. Schroop in the hospital undergoing treat r a cancer. Wool'Almost Roomlng. N, Jan. 4.-The demand for wool teady proportions and sales ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 5 January 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE g, nmnLIen anOO AND I. a. sm-w LY W THE TRIBUNE.PUBLISHING COMIPANY, rece [IeNonPOrATr D SUBSCRIPTION RATES. then Mi subscription mst be paid in advance. DILY sm-.WmL. L. eiyear bymnil l 0.00 s One yar, by mail, $ Em . onths 6 .00 . m onths ,1 o tne month " 1.00 Threemoth store (ne week, oy carrier, o Hingle coly ... to. tI city subscribers to Daily delivered by carrier Advertising rates furnished on application yst Address: TBUee n snaNe CouaS.N , man N}rsat Falls unta na. It CLOSIN6 OUT SHOE STOCK A St -AT C CaT Dtt Leis Than Cost! Bt hor Hu _AT- st!i THOMSON'SM eft RELIABLE DRY GOODS HOUSE Pei f or G; Mne Every article Vt sS SOLD AT COST ty ple eve from now until after the inventory is ea taken. hlu C. P. THOMSON. Fr en SPRAY OF THE FALLS. w [Frm W eiesdhy's o ok il.] nl Mt. P. Benton, passeger ageat of the co Montana Central, was in town today. s The boys turned out in great number 25 to give Gerin & tDvenport a grand bene- m fit on Monday night. The pie-...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 9 January 1889

' "-(- ? s. C GR AT FALLWEDNESDAY, RIBNE. VOLUME 3, NUMBER 64 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA;' WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS ATEHOOD COMING-, BINGUER BILL LIKELY TO BE PASSED NEXT WEEK. I Street Considerablyh Disturbed by the Sugar Frauds-Cardiff Likely to Encounter Jaocson Soon. ASntiNGTON, Jan. 7.-Mr. Springer 1 Illinois says: "The bill to provide l blingacts for Dakota (one state or two, he people there may decide), Montana, shington andr New Mexico, will be ed up in the house Tuesday, January h, and I think it will be passed on I day or on the day following. I hope ames will be changed, so that in of North Dakota and South Dakota tay have Dakota and Winona, and ead of Washington and Neiw Mexico may have Tokoma and Montezuma. I p would depend updn the action of house. The bill provides for elec in all of these territories for dele to constitutional conventions to as ble in July and for a vote on the stitutions in October next. The states be admitted into the Union imme- 7 l...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 9 January 1889

NOfl525. T FIST NATION AL BANK a OF GREAT FALLS. 1as he war Authorized Capital, $,000oo,oo. en2 h Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. interv OFFICERS: T. E. COLLINS, . . President sea Joane LEPLEr, . . . Vice-President seven L. U. PHELPS, .. . ashier N A, E. DaIERMAN, . A't Cashier land, DIRECTORS: lleina O. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, the e ARIS GIBBONe, IRA MYERS, hI OBERT VAUGHN, H. O. O COWEN, J. r. ARMINGTON. befor A general banking business transated. 1ele Exchange drawn on the principal ponts in the ir. State and Europe. tria prompt attention given to oellewtions. Interest allowed on time deposits. ore GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. that WEDNESDAY, JANUARY o, a18. rst tred SEMI-WEE KLY well coal THE WOOL MARKET. Idal age Advices in detail from Boston confirm Por the expectations of a good wool market will this year. It is not the interest of the manufacturers to inllste prices, but they cannot contend against the striking facts which actual figures present. A year ago the wool market was de...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 9 January 1889

GRAVES dHOSEN. E POLITICAL CAULDRON BOILING OVER IN ST. PAUL. in Likely to Carry of the Sena torlal Price - Waehbun'e Chanets Deemed Slim. PAUL, Jan. 7:-[Special to the nn.]-Colonel Graves of Duluth, 0n nominated for speaker of the in the republican caucus. ie is sbin. Mr. Carpenter, a' Dounelly was chosen chief clerk. The result caucus indicates the re-election of nor Sabin or at least no hope for burn. The contest has been warm ill continue so. The legislature today. Graves whose choice by the cau ures his election has a good war He is interested in real estate eyators at Duluth,] GIGANTIC FRAUD. Light on the Electric Sugar Be ing Company of New York. Yoeax, Jan. 7.-The evening Sun what it calls an almost incredible gigantic fraud. It states the c Sugar Refining company has uiped to an extent of over a mil llars; .that its whole "secret pro turns out to be a humbug of the barefaced kind. The "secret pro as the invention ot one Henry C. whd appeared in the trade about carego with s...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 9 January 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE he O.DLISHED DAILD AND BEMI-.WERLY THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. U, [INloononATErD] g gn SUBSCRIPTION RATES. MPi snbscriptions mnt be aid in advance. t DAILY. DeMoIb.WEELY. ,nsyear.by mail, $15.0 One year, by mai, $. te mons i months .00 ()neweek, oyarrier, 2 Singlecopy, ...... 5 TI SIL city subeoribern to Lailydelivered by carrier co Advertising rates frnished on applicntion. th The cirnclation of the Tribune in CMrthern M.tna is gnnuaranteed to exceed that of sy pa- 1n per published in the terrtulry nuosonrberi desiringtheir address hannnam Jlnst send their formnr nddrossa; this lohuld be no reomemberend. Dddesnls TDIBUNE PUBLISDING CODMPANY, CLOSING OUT SHOE STOCK b -AT- I' -AT- ii THOMSON'S RELIABLE DRY GOODS HOUSE Every article SOLD AT COST erom now until after the inventory is taken. C. P. THOMSON. I SPRAY OF THE FALLS. u [From Saturday's Daily.] A. W. Kingsbury, the cattle king is in town. No Butte Miner annual has come to hand. A son was born yesterday ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 12 January 1889

GREAT +FALLS TRIBUNE, VOLUME 8. NUMBER 65 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS AWFUL CYCLONE. ORtOUS LOSS OF LIFE AND PROPERTY IN PENNSYLVANIA. e Storm of Wind, Rain and Hall Visits Pittlburg, sunbury and Reading a, torles Toppled Over. EADING, Pa., Jan. 9.-This is the dest'dght ever known in Reading. A thlike pall hangs upon the city, the It of a most horrible disaster in its tory. Hundreds of house-holders are morning at the result of ! ne of the atest calamities known to Pennsyl a. A cyclone sevept over the north portion of this city this afternoon, laid waste everything within its oh and with terrible loss of life. The tiht have' been sacrified, the num ithathhasee enh injured can. be only ieted. Most reliablecomputatlon at 'clock tonight is that not less than ersonshave been killed outright and Injured. How this terrible calamity urred is about` fosllows: tHOwIt niS'OAN. was mraining very hard all the morn. Towards noon it cleared almost en ly and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 12 January 1889

NO. 8525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. OFFICERS: T. E. COLLINB, . . . President JOHN LEPLEY, . . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS ... asier A, E. DICKERMAN, . . As't Cashier DIREOTORS: 5. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. 0. COWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON. A general banking busines transacted. Exchange drawn on the principal points in the States and Europe. Prompt attention given to collebtions. Interest allowed on time deposits. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, JANUARY 12, 1889. SEMI-WEEKLY CASCADE GOUNTY. [From the Butte Holiday Miner.] Montana's growth and prosperity are i due in a great measure to the variety of r its resources. The territory does not de- 5 pond upon either mining, stock-growing r or agriculture alone, but the three united I to insure its development and greatness. I Taken as a separate division, this is equally true of Cascade county. Its mining, stock-raising and agricul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 12 January 1889

MYSTERY SOLVED. DON TURNS OUT TO BE A ANADIAN NAMED SWANSON. :er Details of the Awlful Storm hieh Devastaled the Middle States-The Peorman Mine Likely to be Sold. ON, Jan. 11.-The River Press cea that Charles Gordon, who is sentence of death, is do other than a Swanson of Dunsville, Ontario, a. Gordon admits that he is the A telegraphic inquiry received on rning set for his execution made his idenity. Mourning in Reading. INO, Pa., Jan; 11.-There is lg and sorrow in many house n Reading today. The pall of hangs over the city. Fathers, brothers, sisters, relatives and are grief-stricken over the wreck ight. Over 100 spirits are hush er in death as the result of the nd ruin wrought in the city by m. The cyclone left the entire darkness, relieved subsequently. rie lights and huge bonfires ed lurid glare on the scene of All night long brave and willing assisted in the work of rescue. ster is fully as bad as reported ht. The list of the fatal cases y reach 100 and probably more. sand und...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 12 January 1889

IREAT FALLS TRIBUNE : p0B1O.E oanL an sm-WMEnLY SC THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHIIN COMPANY. [I0ooO1oa0A0s]3 N SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ,o Moil subsoriptions must be paid in advance. A DAILY. S NI-WEE Y. One yearb all $1o ne r mil $0 S.ix mons, ai,005$100 Ooimonths 011, $.150 One month 1.10 'I'hroo o.th" 1.0 One Wee,oNy arrier, l Sig opy ...... l11oity subOoribre to LDaoly dsliverNo by carrior Advertising rtes urnishei on applioation. t 'The orculation of the Tribone in S.rtlorn M-+utana is guaranteed to, aaceodthat oIf Gy pa per poblishod in the ternrlt. II oeorors desiring their addre.ss clu-0 ( l 0 . muost send their forlnr address; this sh1uld e00 remembored. . N A~ddre: T o~ puBLsINt COMPANY. (reat Falls, Montan. -- C . HOMON CLOSING OUT SHOE STOCK le Ts 1ost ! THOMSON'S RELIABLE DRY GOOD.S HOUSE Every article SOLD AT COST from now until after the inventory is taken. - C. P. THOMSON. St SPRAY OF THE FALLS. b [From Wednesday's Daily.] Men are repairing the roof on the Cat- be aract mill. ell T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 16 January 1889

- . . " . . .. i ,1 . / . REAT FALLS TRIBUNE. OLUME 3. NUMBER 66 GREAT FALLS. MONTANA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS ASSEMBLED XTEENTH MONTANA LEOIS. ATUIE B EGINS WORK. ana . ee Ma tle. ewear.edd the Chieft Honor.--,en 5n Webster-' Beomes Clerk of the House. A, aln. 14..e-[pela. tb the 1]-This la' busy day in Helena. terest has beenawakened by the of the legialattlue which has e court house a center of at Nearly all the members have and are comfrstably lodged; the hotels. teenth legislative assembly con -. afternoon. The names of the uncllmen, their residences anq re as follows:. . rhead-,autence A Brown, re ', Dillon. e and Choteau-Jerry Collins, t, Great Falls -C R Middleton,; democrat, odge i Thompson, re and Yeliowst~oe-Warren' A democrat, Billings. s and Prk--George M Hatch, in aSd Megher-C W Hoffman, a, Bozeman. n-Will Kennedy, republican, and Clarke--0 K Coe, republi on-n B Olds, :reipublicas, Red ula-W M Bickford, democrat, Bow-Winm Thompson, repubii - -.te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 16 January 1889

NO. 8525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT .FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFIOERS: T. E. CooINes, . . . President JOne LEPLE,. . . . Vice-President L. G. PHELP, . . . . . Cashier A, E. DIraKEMAN, . Les't Cashier DIREOTORS: C. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYHRB, OBERT VAUGHN, H. 0. OWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON. A general banking business transaoted. Exshanpe drawn on the prinaipal points in the States and Europe. Pmmpt attention given to colleotions. Intsrest allowed on time depositse. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 16. 1889. SEMI-WEEKLY TIdE GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. *Governor's Leslies message is a master ly state document which will be read with profit by the public as well as by the members of the legislature. The governor forms a high conception of the dignity and greatness of Montana. Accordingly he deals with her interests in a broad, statesmanlike manner. This leads him to make suggestions that are practical and judicious. In ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 16 January 1889

AN ABLE MESSAGE. (GOVERNOR LESLIE BEADS HIS MES SAGE TO THE LEGISLATURE. The Asaembled Solons Take a Best-Two Committees. Appointed--Both Houses Beady for Work. HLENAx,, Jan. 15.---[pecial to the nusN.]-The council organized at oon yesterday and proceeded promptly the business, of the session. The demo rats who had no show of securing any the council positions acquieced in the publican caucus nodminatlons. Dr. "le as president, is generally accepted d it is believed that he will act without rty bias. The other officers were rmptly eleqted and installed. The uncil then adjourned uztil 2 o'clock. esats. Kennedy and Collins were ap listed a committee to notify the house t the council was organized and dy for business. They were also in oted to wait on the gpvernor and in rm him that the council was ready to ive any message he may have to com mcate. The committee on ihileage is posed of Messrs. Thompson of Deer ge, Hoffman, and Olds. The commit on rulescomprises Messrs. Brown, ddleton a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 16 January 1889

'REAT FALLS TRIBUNE PUNLISED DAIL AND S.I-W.KLY THE TRIBUHNE PUBLISHIHG COMPA.Y. [INoDORPnATnD] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subscriptions must be paid in advance. DAILY. sRyN-WNyELY. O)neyearbymail 10.00) Oneyear, bymal, 11.00 i neweek, arrier Bingle opy,...... I cl ito subscribers to l)Daly delivered by oarrier CLOSING OUI' --AT- RELIABLE DRDY GOODS HOUSEN D Adertising ItEverys fnshd o articpple tion. fromt now unteedl afteree the inventory pais bnosncrdrsDC. P. THOMSON.ged Dast send their former address; this should be remembered. Add} e W TD:oNtDn PaNlDDsNG CNMPANY, CLOSING OUT SHOE STOCK -AT -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 Saturday's Daily.] Hen. E. C. Garrett, representative from Choteau, is at the Grand Central in Helena. The chief train dispatcher's office is to be removed to Glasgow at once, to facili tate traffic. Mr. Collins says that in at. Paul, Wash burn'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 19 January 1889

u T r1 1REAT .'AT,LJ IRD UI'I8. LUME 8. NUMBER 67 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY, JANUARY -19, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS OLE .THANKERD ieOIL PAMSED A JOINT IaEIS UTION TO THAT EFFEOT. Islatan en ttling Down to go usines-i4ongrens Asked to Surrender the Fort Ellin IlesersaUon. A. Jan. 17.--[Special to the .].ln the council yesterday, a lution introduced by Mr. Mid. eking congress to donate the d Fort Ellis reservation for the of maintaining an agricultural d manual training school,. was ins introduced a joint resolu ing Delegate. Toole for his able nt plea for statehood and set the reiources of Montana. The was passed promptly. nedy gave notice that he would a bill regulating elections, em he Australia system. ompson gate notice of a bill to counties into three commission tion appropriating $1,000 for stationery, stamps, etc., was lins gave notice that he would a bill creating thie of a public examiner pson of Silver Bow, gave notice reating a territorial board of in f steam boilers, e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 19 January 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JANUARY 19. 188. TI SEMI-WEEKLY An and THE WOOL 2'1 IADE. ten Signs of prosperity in the wool trade the continue to appear. In the week ended January 12 the sales are reported at IM 4,247,000 pounds. This ludicates moret than ordinary demand, for in the preced- olw ing week the sales were only 2,200,000 toii pounds. In the corresponding week last He year the sales were 2,500,000 pounds. It tid may be inferred from these comparisons eil that the manufacturers are buying wool e actively, despite the large stock which wi they were supposed to have had at the 50o mills. i The bright prospects for better prices and better demand is confirmed by Boston to advices which say: "A favorable feature Ital of the situation is the higher figures at tee which wools are being sold and held in er England, thus causing a substantial in- ei crease in cost to English manufacturers of yarns and goods; this will, to a cer- St tain extent, hinder importations and th benefit ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 19 January 1889

[ARD AT WO1K. MONTANA LEaGISLATUr BE GINS AdTIVE BUSINSS. entatlve Oarrett toeeives A Chair ship--Mr. nat Begins War on Gambling HoNues-Tle Committes. A, Jan. 18,-[Special to the ]-In the house yesterday, Mr. ye notice that he wotld intro ill to prohibit certain gambling esolution thanking J. K. Toole ng Montana's admtissioni vas a party voth. aker announced the standing es, Joslin is chairman of the nmeans committee :and Hunt of lary, Garrett is chairman of the e on towns, counties and high eodiinittees are as follows: sTANDING COMMITTEES. antle, the speaker, announced wing committees: nd means-Joslyn, Davis, Sax ray, Haskell. ry-Hunt, Murray, HaskelL eand territorial afairt-Whit Willis " "Sly. r stock d .ait. tion-Lobar and Olds. I relations--Murray, Moore, Congdon, Flowers. .. atairs--wiggette, Comfort, 'and minerals-Rtbert, Moore, . Swiggette, rCarr.v - counties and ';highways-Gar s, Comfort, Roberts, Flowers. ment--Pickman, Moore, Whit is Wait, Rea, Davis, Johnson. oration-Carv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 19 January 1889

GHEAT FALLS TRIBUNE , .'UBIBSHED DAILYA' sN EMI-WEE.LY BIY !'ll TRIBUNE PUBLIIIINO COMPANY, te [INnOOHOnRTEDJ SUBSCRIPTION RATES. MllNi subscriptions must be paid in advance DAILY. SEIu-WEEaLY auyear, by mail, $10.0 Ins ynr, by mnil,$.o tl din months, 6 I Sin months "- U a, One month ib " un Three montis." 1.0 week., y arrier, 2 Singe copy....... cII ity subscribers to Dailydelivered by carrier b Advertising rates frnishd on applination. lbe osrcnintisn i the IribimB in mOthYers 1 Mrn. Ise of Helena is in town. pa Mer C. Field s was in Benton trl ely. hnoseibere desiring their address chiange ast send thes starterd toddeay fss thise min remembseed. &ddress: TIsiseE PUBLws5IN5 Cessase iug regionsll, d-tlnn. SPRAY OF THE FALLS. b Frm Weanesday'i Dailydil Mt. Israel of Helena is in town. Maljo C. Fields was in lenton lately. Pot ltnglies started today for the min ing regions. Mr. Jensen is homne again after a brief business trip. Rumors are current that two weddings will take place...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 23 January 1889

'GREAT F ALLS TRIBUNES SE.R A - FALL; ESAYOJNU R , 3. NUMBER. 68 GREAT FALLS. MONTANA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENJS Th.JJ nnTiWN I Monday min May, 1889. The number off A RT-II TlU AT. i eves of our eastern monle to thi wavnan I uneTTTu-.,-. -, I - RNED DOWN. ADISTlURtD TODAY BY A OF LABOR EXTENT. w e niqistion Y peia Delay. Women Want to Become awyeas-Great Falls Visl tors in, Heena. A, Jan. 21,-[Special to the .]- Great excitement was caused nlng at 8 o'clock by a fire which totally the livery stable of John Fourteen horses were devoured ames and much other property building. l.ated lose of Zelgier. s ibiBb ' 0; insurance, $4,000, as follows:, 000; laiucaance Fond, 9l1t0; foul, 2,n0 0 uad •0 A New Jomnal Comang. A, Jan. 21.-There is much talk rrison administration morning r o be publiised by, Jour Vasitasg Deanna. A, Jan. 21.-C. N. Dickinson, H. J. A. Carrier and F. H. Myer eof iis are here on business. Some Iiinmalllties. AJan.. 21 he papp8 forwsid overnor Lesie ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 23 January 1889

NO. 3525. FIST NATIONAL BANK , OF GREAT FALLS. iei ta Authorized Capital, Si,ooo,ooo. se Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. th OFFIOERS: T. E. COLTLIS, . . . President A, E. DICKERMAN, . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, ... Cashier D. L. TRAY, . . Ass't Cashier of DIREOTORS: in o. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN AIN ANNIS, 1 PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, P OBERT VAUGHN, H. O. COWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON. A general banking business transacted. i, Exchange drawn on the principsl ppints in the tates and Europe.n Prompt attention given to collections. 4 Interest allowed on time deposits. ti - ------- IA GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. 8 WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 28. 1880. p SEMI-WEEKLY 8 MONTANA'S RECORD. GOVERNon LEsLIE, in his recent mes sage, said: "There is no hiding the fact a that crime holds high carnival in our land. The detection and punishment of crime form one of the greatest items of cost to our government; and it requires armies of officers to hunt and discover criminals, and yet governments are pow- - erless to prevent th...

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