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

G HOME. TUA E ADJOUIn FIN ALLY. f Bills PaMsed-Govenor Igned Them All- The aI1 allan Law eluded. S15.--[pecial to the hllowing are the bill' .gielature and approved BE heLLS. eta In ortailn cases. oty vetorindry sur Soep inspectors. aslttion of mayor and Se" of over 10,000 popula of noxious drugs. re 0f Inapector of mines, e establishment of pa brokers. tection of game and ractice of medicine. Justices of the peace. And towns to incur in .ll of bottles, boxes, etc. ony. L ions. ,g and posting of city na law library. ril officers. y treasures regarding Snts. for governor. er right of insane in board of county S10, 18 and 16, 14 of oads, toll bridges, etc. elble-minded children. 3e graphers. orthern boundery of cipal corporations. to codify the criminal nitting practice to ot ges. attornies. magistrates. hen acts shall take aion of the jiry. ort. Sgambling games. es of t'extl-bdlds; cries. stefn. arore. onds. sf county officers. assessment of taxes. d of inspectors for to practice. rt...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 16 March 1889

FUN AT THE PARK. CARDIFF AND DONALDSON DON THE GLOYVES. Plenty of Sport for the Boys - John Gelln Engineera the Fun-The Sand Coulee Favorite Wins. The Cardiff combination gave a very clever sparring exhibition at the Park theater last night. At 9 o'clock John Gerin, in a few facettous remarks, intro duced the "Sand Coulee favorite," Frank McLear, and the "pride of Great Falls," Tomy Riley, two small boys who have quite a repute among their fellows in Great Falls for the way in which they handle their "dukes." The "Sand Coulee favorite" was somewhat overmatched in size, but he proved the best boxei and was loudly cheered wheisever lhe planted one on his opponent's nose. At the end of each round lMr. Geriu would allow each to peep in a looking-glass so that he could assure himself that he was not all mangled up. The "favorites" caused much fun, and none seemed to enjoy it more than themselves. There was a lively set-to between Billy Hawkins, who is well-known in Great Falls, having wo...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 20 March 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE, SEMI-WEEKL_ EDITION. 8, NUMBER 84 GREAT FALLS, MONTANAýI:WEDNESDAY. MARCH 20, 1889. N A TARR:I'N.AN PRICE, FIVE CENTS (T NFrliR. A E, I HARRISUON AND MANTLE. I TT 1TTI) wT1 TTMTT . · LTN GENERAL. AND WINNIPEG A FAILING. t in the Califernla Gold resed Beef Dealers a the NewI. ana Law. arch 16.-The Journal S& Winnipeg land grab 11 probably have to ia nvestigated the more s. And if it cap only be ager Jim Hill will build ants without any grant, eratlons in the est are Gota Olelds. SCal., 7ach . .-Pros vingin large numbers Two pack trains from dlstricts left overland zextraoerdinary strikes the New Law. nd., March 18.-It is a recent law requirlng d porkto be inspected Sd for food will be test by Interested parties, a Natioa. vited down ton Bob's ng Room to have a I John L. Sullivan soup ik's day. - e r .sh Flag. tlo cli 18.-Mayor Grant y rcously signed petition sh flag be.notdisplayed nday. Mayor Grant for the reason that the flag with the Ameri lck's day is not...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 20 March 1889

?REAT FALLS TRIBUNE PUtLISBfD DAIY AND SKIM-WERLY THE TRIBUNE PUBLIB.INI COMPAY. th IrNooRPcRAnRIo SUBSCRIPTION RATES. H Mail subscription mest paid in advance. di cDAILY, I i.WKI- WR: aiceyear by mail, $10.00 1One year, by mail, $.90 sili months, .0 |x moh .Tnths" iis t week,o carrier, S ngle copy...... 5 1it city subscribelr to Daily delivered by carrier 81 Advertising rates fcrnithed on aptplictiin. The circulaticn of the 'ribnte in c 0crtorn M'ctana it goaranteed thti exceed that of fy pc Aer published in the terCtil7 casonbers desiring their addresh changed d must send their former address; this shlould be remembered. Sacat Fails, Mutntana. NO. 526. g FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Cauital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. OFFICERI: T. E. COLLNx, . . President A, E. DIKERMAN, . Vice-President I L. G. pHELPS, ....... Cashier D. L. TRACY, . . .Ass't Cashier DIRECTORB: O. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. O. COWEN, J. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 20 March 1889

NO: SPOILS. AND OTHERS AT THE UBLO ORHIB. ker on the Povt Om-se SNeutranl - o1me a c(:ompomise andidate. March 18.-Hershfield hington yesterday from a confident that James post master at Helena. e, the secretary of state, in his nephew's behalf, tter that his nephew ter at Helena than that ensulate. Mr. Hersh thingaboutthe govern tty well settled that he 0 have not found out i son is going to appoint rritory and they think uth in the Helena das York World that he is ean on the track to (who . seemed to be appointment,) In the ndidate. are much torn up over eegate Carter indors le Russell Harrison McCutheon. Mean ter Is hung up. Mc d here in a day or two. Hershfield have not date for internal reve ae least they are not tell y s. The delay is due to an agreement with if possible. utcheon only passed lis Saturday he mny on until Thursday, so tinue boil. y Injured. B B 19.-Adam Morris, a badly Injured by an pant powder cartridges. n Improvvng. arch 19.-- iss Mary dd tonight to be stead ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 20 March 1889

FOUND GUILTY. GEORGE' BEIYSON CONVICTED OF UIt~DEE. The Verdict Creates a Profound Sensa tion Among an Anxious As semblage - General Ap proval. BOULDER, March 10.-[Special to the TRBlnE.J--The jury in the Bryson case came into court today and announced that they had found George Duncan Bryson guilty of murder in the first degree. The verdict was awaited with intense sus pense and produced a profound sensa tron. Judge McConnell's charge to the jury was terse and able. The counsel's argu ment occupied the court yesterday. Mr. Wallace made a powerful speech for the prosecution, while iMr. Balliet spoke strongly in defense of the prisoner. The verdict of the jury meets with gen eral approval and is fully in accord with the testimony, which was circumstantial throughout, but nevertheless was very strong. Bryson's own testimony was of little service to him. He failed to ex plain the most suspicious circumstances and contented himself with saying that he left Annie Lundstrom at the depot o...

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

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. 8. NUMBER 85 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY. MARCH 28, 1889. PRICE. FIVE C ENCAMPED. E HODBDE DEPT PEOPLE. an Lark - Active Wolfly in Arizona tions Disagree ) His Merits. March 20.--Word was ght that six desperate se who committed the itizens at McClelland gae d near rark ain settlement*in the s Fayette county. They oth and dconstantly on prise. lien Players. rch 1B.-J. UT. Black erg, the two strongest ngland, arrived here to ed a hearty welcome 'n chess club. arch 20.-White of ' Deer Lodge are now overnorship. the Metropolis. rch 19.-The players of e ball club will begin g practice today. lage "HoyS." nn., March 21.-Yale rof excitement over a rpretrated by a party ents Ttiesday evening, iute of the late Profes ragged frpm its viedes hief was done. The. te was badly cracked sly bent. It has been place. The faculty gllinvestigatlon. an Apread. arh 21.-Henry c(an :Waters ind wife of thouae. W. B: "who has for several rlington, has left for S0....

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

SREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PUmLISHe D DAILYND BR aam-WnRL.I 'hiE TRIBUNE PUBLISBIINI COMPAN~Y. (INNRaPORnATFDJ SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Msil subscriptions must be paid in advance. tI yer by , al.0 One e, by ail .0 i months, 1550 Six months. s 150 lone month 1. Tlhreeon ths" ,03 )s week, ,y carrier, 2 Single opy,..... il city subsribers to Lalilydeli ered by carrier Advertising rates furnislhed on applicationtr hbs oircnlation of the Tribone ins 5,rtheri M .Ootonmis gRIoIsgaitiid to- exceed that of {.,y pa. per published in the tsiornoio o..noo0oer0 desiring their address shsngid must send their former address; this shlo,,Jt be rlmembered. lddress: atorsa PULISHING COMPANY, ,'roat Falls, 51,u1tana. NO. 3525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Cauital, $ 1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. OFFICERS: T. E. COLLINS, . . . President A, E. DICKERRMA, . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, . .. . Cashier D. L. TRACY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: o. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON,...

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

A IBBERS BUSY ASSR)NCe TRAIN IN Awood, New Jersey 'lod in Atlantic S dings Uns ined. AtteO M., loarchl 21.-Last and Atlantic and Pa .iwas pulling through est of Winslow, Ari a, by four masked men. viog slowly and the locomotive without threats of shooting eer to stop thetrain. trd over the locomo took the fireman to compelled him by sh Wells, Fargo express e door. He did so red and searched the d between $200 and local points, but the 1 thousand dollars Sdemand made on yk it. None of the ted and from the ned there appears ort on their part to go property, The g southward from ad posse are in pur r Trial. March 22.-Almon ing the Alma and onompany of which had a preliminary liner, Idaho, today. in the sumn of $25, rd from had been t Rleady. h 22.-A favorable orktown has been hle has been com with the contract troan to bear her liptio. The board ean condition and s t d be put in commis. e electric dynamos bplete. nitii -n.oments. o 22--The president - nominations to the es C. Moore, Wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 23 March 1889

MORE LIGHT. FOR THOSE WHO NEED FACTS A UOITT NORTHERN MONTANA. Opinions of a Military Officer on the New Wheat Belt-Good Crops of Oats MRaied Evelt by IndtUns. The veteran agricultural editor, Orange Judd. prints in the Orange Judd Farmer of Chicago a letter from a military officer stationed at Fort Assinnaboine. The in formation therein applies to the country around Great Falls and confirms the opin lons which Mr. Gibson has expressed up on their fertility. The officer speaks of the prairie lying to the west of Assinnn Loine, whence it extends for over a hun dred miles to the Rocky Ridge foothills of the main Rocky mountain range. He says that "it is intersected by several creeks issuing from the Sweet Grass hills, has an average of about 2,000 feet above the sea and is destined to become as fair a wheat country as any part of Dakota." "WATEr.-In travelling over the prairie and bench lands I see more indications of water close to the surface than I used to see five or six years ago...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 27 March 1889

NBGREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. E 8. NU1KBER 86 GREAT FALLS. MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 27, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CEN'TS Y'S DOINGS. g. EID CONFIBMED, AS Bt TO FRANCE. SHershfldO `Combilig r eturns to Wash -The Gover ,nothip. March 25.-The follow ed by the senate on Sat o be. envoy extraordi r plenlpotentiary to rphy, to be secretary of dth, to be consul general arch 2.-Me-ers. Car and Hershfield left New York, where they r Carter to return on two to proceed home SPrimaries. 24.-The republicans es Saturday night and to the convention which e 80th inst. to nominate rmain issue championed a will be the water ques e aldermen are seeking main, fight will be on t4l H w"Wan. arch 25.-The republi eas l united on . F. White amemay go to the sen SDELAY. h5., :8O rp. m.-No ominatlon has been re It is deemed certain, urual And Idepen ent is to be governor It is he is the choice of the eon wing and that Oar. 14 supported him be not do better. Mr. sown to old-timers in member of a mercan ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 27 March 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PUBLISHIEI DAILY0 AND UX-WDDDLI THE TRIBUNE PUBLSHING COIOGPANY. INOORP001ATEDI SUBSCRIPTION RATES. \tnit subsecriptions must be paid in advance. DAILY. y ;byEK~m 1, 0011111r by mail, 510.00 Ones s ar, by mail0, $.00 011 month S months 1.500 Sln11ee1k, 0y or, 0o Singleopyhg .... 0 5 it I city sbsoriboer to Ll ilydllivored by oarrier Advertising rates fornished on application. IhI circulation of the '11rib1ne in n0rth1ern M'nt11101s gourantedlto l toleeodthat of oil pa per published in the tyerotuoy 0111110ers desiring their address ohangod 11111t send their former address; this Should Ib remem5100d. }dAoost Turl olS PUISHING00 C.MPAN1, NO. 3886. FIRST NATIONAL BANK 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 DIRECTORS: ,. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBBON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 27 March 1889

EUCHRED. FIELD LOST THE GOV NORSHIP. eCateheon Faetlon em at Him - Any One t.hfleld Was The ,arch 25th.-The Mon i question is virtually ' ow the president will te the name of B. F. S to be governor in place f ked at one tinie as if e od deal of disagree ter. Russell 13. Har appointment of Mc elegate Carter was qr the appointment of ,ele was spoken of as eo dlate and it looked at he would be appointed. arose, however, and fl adeclined absolutely to 1 )eused and MeCutch on: drew unconditionally o as decided that the aen Isd be submitted to ee p Is was done. The ryhas not yet been eided, upon before i:The secretary will is and Clark county the man depends on I eived from Helena. L MARK.ETS. o1 ,OndOonsmption I Sustained. S 2h8.--Bradstreet's no change in any rk rting moderately and S tle stock beyond their mediate consumption. ~ e been pretty well itments being broken aggregate light. De b e in the country, as a rd, and the manten alues until the arrival nerally anticipated. the effect...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 27 March 1889

SPRAY OF THE FALLS. [From Saturday's Daily.l The new sidewalks are 12 feet wide. Rev. Father Champagne has returned. Matt Furnell and wife of Sun River are in the city. J. W. Cory has gone to Helena on a short visit. There is a lull in social circles on ac count al lent. One of Robert Vaughn's colts is in town and attracts attention. Call at F. W. Waite's and see those beautiful baby carriages. Born, to M1r. and Mrs. Chas. Turner of Box Elder, March 20, a daughter. Buy at home. Such should be the motto of all Great Falls' housekeepers There are some fine potatoes from Deep creek on view at Wetzel's. They are Early Yorks. Miss Schultz arrived this afternnoon andi was mel at the train by Mr. Hotch kiss and Miss Hawkins. .lohn J. Ellis of Sun River, one of the trustees of the new Cascade bank, is in the city for it day or two. Jerry Quesnelle is going ahead fast with his new block at the corner of Third street and First avenue South. Captain Taylor says that many people do not know tha...

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

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE., SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. :8., NUMBER 87 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY. MARCH 30, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS SSUSPENSE. I4 NEWS ABOUT THB INDUSTRY. ine or south Africa And More Prospecing ne Neear .o -The copper indus y gloomy and grim out ok vere closely watched all y results of the copper to have been held in nc , whatever was re eive altory outcome of the ebe said depends the e's prosperity. Many ently discharged be. da fire have left town. hers yesterday started but the Coeur d'Alene rn Utah seem to offer an, while not a few e ls inbthe vicinity of titut ing outfitq. Lowast. 27-Bar silver 98c; Seak April $14.25 Sestic $3.65 John Bright. 27.-John Bright is sh orator and states a ar Rochdale in 1811. cotton spinner and a e y of Friends com t1rs. About 1840 be 1 friend of Richard d one of the leaders in league. In 1848 he ind except for a brief had been ever sdtie body. His greatest on East Indian and dvocat y of electoral S he American conflict, sympayhy with the ve...

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

TREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PSBHLTSHD DAIT.Y AND SMT.I-W&ELY "NI, TRIBUNE PUBLIUINBG COIMWAY. [INDOORL0AThflJ SUBSCRIPTION RATES. M4ii subscriptions must be paid in advance. DAILY. "T ,kwyor y ai, 1000ocmr6yai,;.5 5 5 iliaonths 1.110 t 1emonth 1.00 Thlee monthsI IS0 lwk, e,,yorrIer,Ol single opy.. i1 city Onbscliblr to Dailydeliereld by carrier Adllvertising mtor furnished on application. The oircoAation of the Tribune in N,,rthern S tutana is gaaronteeANN.N eNceed that f wIy pa per Inblilhrd in the terrntory -oacrloere desiring their address chaNged lust send theirtormer address; this slhlld be NI.membered. TddreIs: PUNLISHINI COMPANI, dcaIt Fulls. NluntIna. NO. 3625. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Cap'tal, $100,000. OFFICOERS: T. ] COLLINS, . . . President A, E. DICKIERMAN, . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, .. . . Cashier D. L. TRACY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: ,. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. o....

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

OMA CRAZE. 5'ý 0 FROM DENVER TO ROMISDI) LAND. wyer omesto Grler- 1c to Wrok a Trai In ts Acidet ~AoEcdlt. Af hD 29.- Great intereot It do in the opening of thi This is shown by the owded the office of the Its from the time it wan morning. All day the aged by anxious people n to enroll themselves iy's books and leari tall of the country ) livato colony of rail a imbering over' 50 ap ear and expressed a de Ire y, which was granted T IN KANSAS. arch 28.-The open. gas received with the rift d a display of bunting "ll over southern Kanr le are going into tie esvo y towns will be al The boomers all lthe alert and nearly one or more claim 'already been killed clam. Some have al Ights for as high as g County. B March 29.-Peter Launon an old and an of Deer Lodge ddenly yesterday, of Sa Mine. S.-Philip Sturbudge tnihg in the shaft of S ear Meaderville, his Sy the fall. He and his brother, and Joe sod lease on the mine, luded to abandon, as hllip had gone on e met his death. opper Deal. In sp...

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

SPRAY OF THE FALLS. [From Wednesday'sDaily.] M. Foley of Barker is in the city. Geo. Martin went to Helena on the anon train. Califorma cabbage and peas are in the market. P. H. Hughes returned this afternoon from the east. Building will soon set in with a rush. Piles of lumber indicate it. R. N. Regan of St. Paul arrived on to day's train and is at the Park hotel. George H. Sargent, representing the Mlinneapolis Tribune, is in the city. The steamer Swan sailed proudly up the river today for thce happy huntiog grounds. Judge Dyas has returned from a visit to Helena. He says the city campaign there is lively. M)r. Longeway will remove soon to the McKnight block, which is a favorite place for the professions. The Great Falls stores are well sup plied with implements, seeds, and every thýng the ne\\ settlers will need. Herman Wildekopf is doing all his painting in carmine today. It is a fine bouncing boy of 14 pounds-horn this morning. The call for ward caucuses is publish ed in anothe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 3 April 1889

GREAT FALLS r[RIBUNE SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. 8. NUMBER 88 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 3, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS .. . . . . - rI , . .. . . . . . .. FI.HTING. S PHY HAVE A DES .ENCOUNTERt. Ierl Hours Without nhe Reeree De They Shnll Fin It Son. arch 81.-The fight be we rphy for $1,500, the r ight championship and a here this moring. re limited to 100 e . voy, offered to bet y sand dollars on Weir hting began. There all bets between out enty dollars apiece, owever, all over the Sifast Spider, looked of the two fighters. dn trunks, while Mur ay omber black. Mur ýrvyus. Billie, Mey the first applause ir would be fought all night and all day ed and in a few mo en the hundred was en on rtable chair. Weir ily stripped in the after being rubbed Sfotward. At just clock, Sunday morn. g ring. It'was an csnds Wiolid be Ed. nd Bill Richards for of Bangor, and Bill urphy. Srounds l.ad bean 4th round to that one ýt'ing match. The Simpatient and no n 'Weir was the Murphy received showed re...

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

'REAT FALLS TRIBUNE PUBLISBHD DAILY AND sNMaI.WNEKL THE TRIBUiE PUBLISllHI COMPAr.. [xINOOPORATED] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. h MWii subscriptions must be paid in advance. DAILY. SEI.-WEEKLY. Ine yeNrb masil, $10.0 One year, by mail, $8.t 0 'Onemonth 1 .00 Th1reemonth" . S)ne week, or carrier, 2i i Singe copy ..... Sit city subscribers to Daily delivered by carrier e The oircnlation of the n'nI Ei ern N 1 M ,ntana it is guaranteed tho exceed tQ.L Of iry pa Dut phblished in the ter $J o o. 1IDoscI1or1 desiring their address ohangedi must send their former address; this should be remembered. Address: '1R'BUNE PUBISHBINI COMPANY, broet Fallst, Nntana NO. 3525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $',ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFICERS: T. E. UOLLINs, • . President A, E. DIIC.ERMAN, . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, . .... Cashier D. L. TR'a., . . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: C. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MIAGINNIB, PARIS GIBSON, IRA M1YERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. 0. COWN, J. T. AR...

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