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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 23 January 1889

LAW MAKING. NCILMAN KENNEDY TAKES DI VORCE CASES INTO HIS CARE. y New Bills to be Introdaned-The ltting of the Governor's MessnEe Retarded--General a bluess. RNA, Jan, 22.-In the house, today, ot presented a petition from the oclation, regarding codifilcation of l following notices were given; r. Pickmor-A bill to regulate prac. medicine. r. Rea-A bill providing for- the ent of bounty for the destructoln of wild-animals. r. Haskeil--A bill to provide for aefer of certain monens to the gen fund, also- to create a territortal of equalization. Hunt introduced H. B. No. 2, to at certain gambling games. It pro all games, but faro and imposes - penalties. e council; yesterday, the following were given: r. Kennedy-A bill defining the, of county attorneys in divorce It requires them to defend such Mr. Conrad-A bill for the payment anties. - . -Mr. Middleton-A bill for a labor lien on material, also concerning e mortgages; alai forlrepeal of the ant's licenselaw. o couoicl " has, refused, fo...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 23 January 1889

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 t...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 26 January 1889

L GREA FAI4S TRIBUNE. NME SEMII- WEEK, Y .EDITION. VOLUME I . NUBER ~69 GROEAT FALLS, MONTAN. SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1889. PRICE FIVE .": °' " :. . .... . ..PR .ICE, FIVE CENTS ATEHIOOD COMING. MISGIVINGS ARE STEADILY DISAPPEARIN4G. mnalipse Bill Miy be Senit to the Presldent Within wo WVeeks- He WIll Certainly Sign It. ASHINOTON, Jan. 24-The prediction be made !that Springer's omnibus will pass the senate as soon as the and Union Pacific funding bills are f the way. Two weeks will not before the bill will be sent to the dent. He will approve it, too. Mr. 's coimmittee on territories will be to report before ,the end of the on the house amendments to the or the dmission of -Sotth Dakota. bill will then go into conference. It be discussed at some length before acted U~pi A Tfew Sieep Company. LNA, Jan. 24.-The Montana-Ne. a Sheep company have filed with rritorial seclktary articles'of incor ion, the object being to buy, sell and ,ange sheep and the product thereof, I al generally ther...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 26 January 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JANUARY M. 1888. SEMI-WEEKLY fO FORWARID. The democratic party as represented in the house of representatives, has done nobly in passing the omnibus bill. ln stead of whining over defeat or persisting in past errors, it has at a bound placed itself in the vanguard of progressive leg islation. The brave pioneers, who have established commonwealths from the Minnesota border to the Pacificare full of gratefulness to Springer, Cox and other stalwart democrats, who have proclaimed that the Dakotas, Montana and Washing ton shall appear in that glorious constel lation which is the hope and admiration of the world. In acting thus, the deino cratio party declares that it is better to be right than to be in power. Instead of following the lead of the republicans as it has done too often, it advances to n higher plane and compels the republican senate to accept its policy or incur the execrations of every homestead in these wronged, neglected, territories. Now fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 26 January 1889

AW M-AKERS BUS Y. NT'S ANTI-GAXMBIN BILL BE FERRtED TO THE WAYS A14D MEANS COMMITTEE. Barraett May be Hanged - Steet RHaeirad Frauds n Cbhiego--A Fight at West Point. LENA, Jan. 25.--The tenth day of gislative assenibly was marked by sessions, thotigh all the business oi d was disposed of, The council has more prolific so far on the introduc of bills, but as every member of the e has a pet measure, and as the ers outnumber those of the council, I1 not be long before the lower house be in the lead. The council commit n elections reported that they did eem it necessary to present any new sure, as bills have been introduced, or n preparation, covering the points on ions now wanting remedy. Among lls introduced in the councilaere for amending the criminal pr cticc ve to separate trials for criminals; sng sections of the statutes relating verlising for and making con Sfor taking care of the aoor; o regulate the practice of medicine e house. - Hunt's gambling bill was referred e committee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 26 January 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE mn neasim wDAat n . lD uue- le THIt TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COIPANY. [IxconPotuTED] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mli subcriptions meet be paid in advance. DAlLS. SNIX.WEEKL5. tneyearnby bmal,=10.00 One gear, by mail, $O. ne Week, oaier,l ingle opy,.... A ll ioty subscribers to Daily delivHered by carrier Advertising rates rnihed on applination. the citlon off the Tribne in rthem Intam is glaranteed tt eeedthat of oldy pa erepnebliehed in the terril t eneneribere desiring their addrese changed must send their former address; this should be remembered. Addre ss TBestaS PeBneaeeNO COmPAne, iemeat Fanils. ontnr. SPRAY OF TIHE FALLS. [From Wednesday's Daily.] There are one city and one county pris oner under sentence in the Jail. Three prisoners are awaiting the action of the grand jury. It is reported that Dr. Brown would be released today from the jail atCroekston, as the authorities were reluctant to hold him any longer. Will or will not the new school house be opened this winte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 30 January 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. TIME . NUMBER, 70 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 80, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS IERT BURNS. '8 BsITHDAY CELEBRATED H SUCoI 5S HERE. g of Oratory and Song-Able by J. B. LIslie, Mayor on, C. M. Webster and bthers-Danting Till Daylight. thday of Robert Burns was yesterday the world over. In Paul, Chicago and New York o British India, Canada and otchmen and their friends honor the immortal Bard of songs charm the ear and e an imperislhable part of Enag e. ls formed part of this wonder called into being by the bert Burns' name. The sughters of Scotia with their assembled.in largenumbers oai. f the Caledonian club, hall. The spectacle was spiring which this company d gentlemen presented when seated six long tables, each he full length of the noble per, which included some ex es, the product of Mr. Lyall's obert Gordon. who presided, , company in the name of Ian club, 'for their presence ppropriate terms, the toast: ent and Grand Republic of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 30 January 1889

FIIST NATIONAL -BAN OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFICERS: T. E. CoLLINS, • . . President A; E. DIOKERMAN, Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, .. . Cashier D. L. TRACY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: C. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIRBON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H.O. COWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON. A general banking businesa transacted. Exhansge drawn on the prinoipal points in the dtates and Europe. Prompt attention given to collections. Interest allowed on time deposits. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 80. 188. SEMI-WEEKLY MONTANA'S RESURCES. In Mr. Toole's speech which should be exhumed from the columns of the Con gressional Globe and receive wide cir culation. Appended are brief but telling references to our iron, coal and timber which incidentally reflects glory on Great Falls. The statement regarding Band Coulee coal is quoted by Mr. Toole from a letter received on the subject from Professor Swallow, who was former ly state geo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 30 January 1889

ULANG-ER WINS. CARRiES PARIS RY A LARtI' MAJORITY. French Republie Deemed in Dan Ier-Disorder Feared-P-o Ilee Out In rs, Jan. 28.--Boulanger has been to the French chamber by an helming majority and France is in disorder. Followitg 'it the re f the vote: Boulanger, ,090; Jac 162,520; Boal, 10,160; other candi 1,088. Boulange*'eaitl0altty 81, ulanger's majority, 54,482. verihment circesa it is considered e election of Boulanger menaces public, 90,000 conservatives and republicans haviing voted for him. ninter, speakibg of the situation, the words of Thiers: "We should verything seriously, nothing tragic lGen. Boulanger did not appear in hamber today. The crowd outside amber Increased as the afternoon on and became somewhat excited. e number of police are in readiness press disorders. Floquet, prime r, was present In the chamber" ppearance was careworn. . suntaiv Subdued. Is, Jan. 29.-John L. Sullivan has one to New York because of his eye. He came by it in this way: e he was at Behan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 30 January 1889

STILL TARDY. THE SENATE COMMITTEE DELAYING THE OMNIBUS BILL. The Copper Smelter Will be Located Here - ptialn Couch Speakn of This Bannan Belt-A Big Mining Deal. WASHINGTON, Jan. 25.-The senate committee on territories, today, took up the house bill, passed the other day, for the admission of North and South Da kota, Montana, Washington and New Mexico into the Union. After a session of two hours, one of the committee said: "We have spent the entire session in con sideration of the bill. It is noticeable for its inadgquacy to get any territory or part of telfitory into the Union as a state. As the bill now stands it is pro bably the most complicated and most difltcult to interpret and administrate that ever passed either house of congress, if we are to pass it, the measure must be corrected materially and has been refer red to a sub-committee with instructions to see if its inconsistencies can be so re couciled that we can recommend its passage." Tihe smelter Coming Here. HEL,ENA, Ja...

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

EAT ALS TRIBUNE. SE MI.WEK·El Y EDITION. OLUME 8. NUMBER 71 , C'EAT FALLS, MONTANA. ;'ATiJRDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS . YT,-___? , -; - .. -;. .. . . . ... . . --- . . . . .. . . . . . STATEHOOD. ATE WANTS TO LEAVE OUT NEW MEXICO. :anid Canada Anneand-ESati bury Realves to Withdraw the Britihs NOox, Jan. 80.-A slimly at ucusof republican senators was morning to discuss the course owed in the treatment of the ap of the territories for admission. I ited time for discussion it was ly apparent that there had or no change in the position epublican senators on the sub e last session. A disposition ii to repolt the house omnibus senate with amendments ex ew Mexico Lind letting in North Dakotas, Montana and Wash oformal action was taken. go Wdse e-Appointda. , -Jan. 81.-8pecial tohe a ,8.. Wade has beeni nomin- 6 'resident Cleveland as chief ontana. S. Wade, who, has been reap hief justice of Montana, was hio in 18885. He became s law s native county and ield the robate judge, ...

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

NO. 86sl6. Y1RST NATIONAL BANK we OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $S,ooo,ooo. ski Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. m' OFFIOER8: it T. E; COLLIN, . . President do A} E. DiCanRMAt, . Vice-President th L. G. PnLPS, .. ... Cashier C D. L. TnaCo, . . . Ass't Cashier a DREOTORS: at .I A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, th hRI1 GIB0ON, IRA MYEBR, g( OBERT VAUGN, H. 0. COWEN, in J. T. ARxMINTON. so - 1p A general banking bueines trassoted. Exchange drawn on the prinopal points in the states and Europe. Prompt attention given to collections. R Intereet allowed on time deposit. h GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. s SATURDAY. FEBRUARBY 2.189. d SEMI-WEEKLY PUBLC EXAMINEBR. The bill which Councilman Collins has ti introduced in the legislature to provide f for the appointment of a public il examiner will meet with much approval. The bill provides itl the first place that the appointee shall be qualified for his work; that he shall give a $10,000 bond and that he shall be appointed by the t governor, confirmed by...

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

HELENA, YESTERiDAY. Downing on His Trall-Mauk s to Defrad Isral A 811 vermnan-Other People Swin died by itle. A, Feb. 1.--[pecial to the .]-Wm. M]dk, clilmine to be t Falls, was arrested last night ptlng to pass a, wiethleses heck whose arrest is annodnced'above ayne, s atation on the Maditobt about 50 miles from here. He nods lately from Israei & Siiver. e value of $8. He gave Mr. a $100 check on the First bank and borrowed eight dol firm found that the'check was and did not. deliver the goodse, only tkeeelght dollars. Sher ing, who is on the alert for all , telegraphed the facts to Helena Mack arrested. Mack passed as checks in town. He used to from Israel & Silverman. what It Me.ans. , Feb. 'l.--Special to the ]-The information received .wires, yestprday, from Wash at Delegate Toole had secured of-way through the Crow reser the Big Horn Southern rail another to the list of lines that natructed in-the near future. i est Pacific extension and 'from:te ~iin line down'the riv...

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

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE F enLIaIHED DolL ANHD BIM-WEERLY Ne T''H TRIBUDE PUBLIBHING COMIPAlihY. [INooneonAPTD det ' cat SUBSCRIPTION RATES. an lMil eabseriptions must be paid in adance. DAILY. SIPWEWLY.. 0 ne year. by mnilSt;0.00 One yr, by mail, .0 pi :ismsonths, " 5 lTia months" 15 ree smonth 1,151 Them montsh 1:00 tesweek, oryuarrier, r Single opy.... 5 P 11 city suboibes to Daily delivered by carrier v Advertising rates furnished onapplicatihon. i oe imrulation ot the Tribune in onrthern B-atansia garantseed tr exeed thato ~oP- tri eer pnblished in the torrtur` cat haosenoere desiring their address lnhib n d mast send their former address; this shrtld be remembered. Addrees: fa l atrOaI PUBLISoIn G Cw o rPANk , ed lrest ealls. homntann. hIn --nl SPRAY ()OF THE FALLS. r [From Wednesday's Daily.] t Bon Harris hasoffered a reward for the pe convmition of.the burglars who robbed Yo tie store here. of Live Grasshoppers in January. If yono don't believe t, go Hotchkiss & Hawkins, i L ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 6 February 1889

E AT' FLS. TRIBUNE. SSEIMI - WiE E L.Y E DITION. ME 8 NFpMBER. 72 GAT FALLS. MONTAN .W WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTB ART OF TIM COURT'S FULLY CORNFIEIOD. b" ny far CUsesale A Joust nd Right eoua Opinion. Feb. 2.-The Choteau-Cas decided today as follows, McConnell delivering the an action brought by OCho or a writ of mandate tocom assioners of Cascade county uo imposed by Bdotion 2 t ing Cascade county, in re There were two appeals, inal degree ordering a writ d the S the. from an order gnoen pio the tmotion of ascade) to retax costs. The rt holds that, when the law a duty upon the commmit ey aire uot appointed tlhe nty }tie county ta no re a' reach oftlsitsdtyor n ·regard to it.s - Th oganJc de county imposes on the ro the duty to decide wliii methods shall be adopted. power from the law, alone, from the county. In no are they thee servants .'Qr county.. It follows, thete tax payers df Cascade'co.n burdened with $1 more in an the ' anotimp~eses fTh is $80t000jnd tht...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 6 February 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 6. 180. SEMI-WEEKLY JAY GOTLIYS MAXIMS. Apropos of the electric sugar refining fraud Jay Gould gave his opinion on in vestments in general to an awe-struck re porter who recorded the words of wis dom. Mr. Gould said: "I have always practiced the rigid rule of knowing all the facts about any undertaking in which I risk money. As long ago as the dis covery of petroleum oil, and the tremend ous speculative excitement that ensued, I didn't let them get into my pocketbook. Just look at it. If any one man, or half a dozen men, owned a great oil well would the deliberately part with it by forming a company and selling the stock? That was what I asked myself, and the easy answer prevented me from loosing anything. fhe rage for mining speculations need have cost no outsider anything If he had merely stopped before investing to inquire why the owners of a rich mine should be so anxious to part with it. Nobody can multiply his dollars without taking ris...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 6 February 1889

ENATOR WINDOM LIXDLY TO BE CALLXE:D. BIsuasek Deirese Another Si oen cosresenee--worr Mwior msousrl41 `k. *ed atat eort Owen. NaTON, Tehi .--The latest in the cabinet is that Ilaine will ry of state; Wm. Wintlom, sec the treasury; Rusk, secretary of d Wanasnaker, et y of the `dpart ttio `we it Wo reo good sithorly, that -he has se lndom for that place. MAKING AT HELENA. Bills Pealed by the Coun all. iA Feb. 5.-In the council, yes r. Olds of the committee on resented a report favoring the of the ofle of mine 'ihspector ting adverselynon the Paris ex ommission and ekahbit. ord gave notice of a reglstra nd introduced an. estray bill. lies introduced a bill to regulate tc.,in the edveraliceunties. incll passed the following bills: hibit commissioners rrom ein ditional counsel except'in cer concerning the drawing of finth legal rate of interest conce~rtig the boundaries of, counts; waa signed- by the at for iillce' magistrao in. e o the latfter,.panoedathe cotd. he billdeflei the grounds...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 6 February 1889

HOME MERRIMENT. GREAT FALLS ABION GIVES A SPASK BALL. Emperors, Kings, 8oldiers and Knights Assembl--Lots of Fun--Good Htesl and an Exaellent Supper. The Dunn hall presented a brilliant spectacle last night when at the call of the Arion society it was thronged with kings, queens, knights, soldiers and sailors. When the ball began, everyone was masked. Race's orchestra played the grand Tannhaeuser march, and under the spell of that masterly composition, all formed In double file and walked round the hall. Fantastic and historic costumes were represented liberally in the merry throng which presented a brilliant ap perance. Good taste was apparent in all the- costumes which were provided by irs. Woerth of Helena, who has made the art a special study. Quadrilles, lancers and waltzes rollow ed in agreeable succession until mid night, when the kings, queens and knights aforesaid, took off their masks, and much to their surprise found how greatly they had mistaken each other and what confi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 9 February 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE, G . SEMI-W BKLY E.DI TION. OLUME 8. NUMBER 78 GREAT FALLS. MON14NA.;. ,8 JRDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS N IN THE DEEP. EAMER WITH 100 PEOPLE SUNK. Gartt -Stlln Unable tb Attesnd Buliness-Horrible MNuerd by Hais-Bremd In NrPOLS, Ind, Feb. 6.-Among et speculations, Blaine, Windom, SWanamaker stand at the head tonight and there are those who ach name sfixed. Closefollow four favorites comethe names ,Warner, Miller, Chas. Fos'er, Estee. Yesterday afternoon persatves qnd miners, now hold vention here, visited the presl t. There was no speech making aide, A 'teSnle Suank. Feb. 6.-The British bark y, bound for Auckland, was Spethead today in a sinkinKgcon S ort.at n M~bday eshe as in collision vith an our masted steamer of Beachy that the steamer simk with all The seamen of the Largp Bay, re certain that the lost steamer sengers and estimate that the passengers together numbered . Thesteamer sank 8 minutes olljsion. Captuase. Tea., Feb. 6.-Ford, the r, was ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 9 February 1889

F1IST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. OFFiOER8: T. E. CoxINs, . . . President A, E. DICOKER N, . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, .. . Cashier D. L. T.sor, . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: C. A. BROADWATEB, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARI OGIBSON, IRA MAES, OBERT VAUGHN, . O. COWER, J. T. ARMINOTON. A general ba.king bueinee tranesoted. Exchange dran on the prinoipal points in the States and Europe. Prompt attention given to ooleotions. Intorest allowed on time dsposit. G-REAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9. 1889. SEMI-WEEKLY i'- --- --- o. THE NEW ROUTE. It will be seen by our Portland advices that the Montana Pacific line is now in active operation. This new transcontin ental route is includes of any of the trunk lines from the Atlantic sea board to Chicago and St. Paul. Thence the route comprises the Manitoba railroad to Great Falls, the Montana Central to Butte, the Utah and Northern from Butte to Pocatello, the Union Pacific and 'Oreg...

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