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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 12 June 1889

FOR THE CAMPAIGN SeO- eeklyREAT FALLS rTI BUNE OORTHE oNE DOLL 10. REA FA LS O E JSemi - Weekl . TribuaE C eNT UNTIL OCT. 1. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 108 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 12, 1889. PRICE. F.EF CENTS rmT ma r~1 -9 v - nIr ' ra ..E . . ."- V " -. THE DAY'S DOINGS. SOME OF THE HEAVIEST LOSSES AT SEATTLE. H. G. McIntire Will, Sueeeed Judge Me Connell-Helena Getting Ready for the Fourth--The Cronin Inquest. PORTLAND, Ore., June 8.-Latest dis- I ,patches from Seattle fail to confirm the reports of loss of life during the fire. I While the flames were raging a man was I seen carrying fire brands across the alley f to a house that had escaped the flames, when.a special policeman commenced r shooting at him, To avoid the shots he J darted into the house he had fired and 1I never came out alive. While the Occi- I dental hotol was burning Officer Camp- 1 bell sawa man attempting to get into the J aget Sound National Bank by a back cl entrance. He ordered him t...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 12 June 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 12. 1889. SEMI-WEEKLY , AN OLD-TIME JUURNALIST.I FEW realize how time has thinned the ranks of the pioneer editors, the founders of great journals. Thirty years or so ago New York city was the great "brain cen ter" of the country, so far as newspapers were concerned. There were few, if any, centers of original thought, like Chicago and other cities in these times. From a few leading journals of New York the press of the country generally "took its 1 cue." 'The controlling edithes of those journals were Horace Greeley of the Tribune, Bennett (the elder) of the Her ald, H. J. Raymond of the Times, Beach (the elder) of the Sun, Brooks of the Ex press, Wm. Cullen Bryant (poet) of the Post, Holt of the Commercial Advertiser, J. Watson Webb, of the Courier and En quirer, Ilallock of the Journal of Com merce, Rev. Dr. Prime of the New York Observer, and Orange Judd of the Amer ican Agriculturist, then and long after the leading agricultural journal of t...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 12 June 1889

E BROAD. VIEWS. IG HOTEL, RAILROADS AND POLITICS. anitoba Will Build Westward Fromn at Falls and Montana Will Enter the Union a Delnoeratle State Why Shouldl't We be Happy? the course of a friendly chat-not ereotyped interview, Col. Broadwa as led yesterday into giving a Tnin representative some opinions on of interest to Montanians genel TaHE GREAT HOTEL. ing just visited the Hotel Broad the scribe was desirous to get some ulars regarding that wonderful es ment andthe first questions p:ied at objectin view. It was learned that tel, bath and concomitants, com , will cost, in round numbers $300, That the former will contain 130 and be the finest in finish and the rnished west of Chicago, and no ions are made in favor of the Ryan t of the Twin Cities. Connected e hotel will be 25 private bath fitted and furnished in excellent and perhaps not excelled for con ce and comfort by any like estab nt in the United States. The s grounds will be laid out by a ape artist of note and will contai...

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

HBURGLARS BUSY. FOUR ROBBERIES SINCE WEDNES DAY NIGHT. lHurnt tile Roasals Down--Sherilr' Downing Notified-Are These Memblrvlls if tlle Silver Gangr?--Lool Out For Then. CRAIs, June 8.--[Special to the TRIB UoN.1-'Three men robbed the section house here Thursday night. They rob bed Henry Armstrong's house last night, taking therefrom rifles and revolvers. These robbers are supposed to be those who plundered the store at Wolf creek. It is supposed that the robbers are be tween here and Cascade. They are arm ed with the rifles and revolvers which thley took from Armstrong's. Men from here are in active pursuit of tleln. Sheriff Downing received word of the robbery today and with his customary energy took steps to aid the pursuers. It will be recalled that McDonald's store at Cartersville was robbed on Wednesday and tlhat Kisselpaughr's saloon was also plundered. SPRAY OF THE FALLS. iFrom Saturday's Daily.] The county commissioners were tihe guests of County Clerk Ringwald at din ner t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 15 June 1889

T HE OAMPAIGN-- ONE DOLLAR FOR THE -eekly T une,G R EA T Semi-Weekly Tribune, ONE DOLLAR. E UNTIL OCT. 1. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. OLUME V. NUMBER 109 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY. JUNE 15, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS REBUILDING. TAKEN TO RECONSTRUCT JOHNSTOWN. S. Bryne Succeeds Senator Barnum e Oregonian Condemns Strong y Villlatd's Polity-The Mon tanu Union Shops. sTowN, June 12-Order is coming chaos and military discipline has its effects at the end of the first ork upon the ruins has been at a standstill all day, but tomor erning Gen. Hastings expects to 500 men at work. The plan of ing the city and systematisirg the tion of supplies is meeting with 1 favor. Provisions and supplies e to come in freely. There is lit ge in the health situation. Ten were recovered today by the small f men working. A meeting was the citizens of Johnstown today, h the leading business men who dthe flood were present. Remarks ade by several of those present g upon the great work before nd the necessity of u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 15 June 1889

NO. 8525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $,ooo,ooo000. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFICERS: T. E. COLLIN,S .. . President A, E. DIOKERMAN, . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, ..... Cashier D L. TRACY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: I. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. 0. COWEN, J. T. ARMINOTON. A general banking business transaoted. Exohange drawn on the principal points in the StatsM and .urope. rompt attention given to coolletions. Interest allowed on time deposits. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JUNE 15. 1889. SEM I-WEEKLY FOR WOOL-GRO WERS. Among the inducements which Great Falls offers to wool-growers are: I. A large well established market, attended by the leading eastern buyers. II. Low rates to the eastern markets. These rates will always be as low as from any competing point east in Montana. The rate to Boston is $2.10 for wools in sacks and $1.65 when compressed in bales. III. The most central market for the wool-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 15 June 1889

N THE WAR PATH. HIs'PEWA INDIANS UnRDEiRING SETTLERS. ihe ieds Killing and Driving out Whlte Settlers in Mtnnesota--Six Swedes Killed-Prompt Ietallation Proposed. ST. PAUL, June 14.-A telegram receiv ed at Gov. Merriam's office last evening ontains the startling intelligence that the Chippbwa Indians in the vicinity of tille Lacs lake are once more at their loody work, butchering inoffensive set lers. The Indians commenced killing nd driving out the white settlers last ight. Six whites have been killed and ounded. All were inoffensive Swedes. here is no known cause for the trouble. rompt measures will be taken to sup ress the uprising. Fire at Butte. BUTTE, June 14.-At 1 o'clock this orning a fire broke out in Mrs. Oliver's udy store on east Park street. The re department quickly responded but it as fully half an hour before an effective ream of water was poured on the flames, hich by this time had spread to four jacent buildings. The Moulton water orks of Walkerville were brought i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 15 June 1889

PENNSYLVANIA'S WOE. THE GREATEST CALAMITY EVER KNOWN IN NORTH AMERICA. Johnstown and Other Places Swept Away. Topography of tile Valley--Many .ou sands Lost--Awftul Seenes--Herolsm and Cri.mc-Many n Romance to Come. ill 0) H+ i z ii I O O ý Johnstown was. w When the classin Horace wished toex- di press with greatest emphasis the extin tion of Troy, he simply wrote "Ilion fuit." The brevity and the past tense im- p plied that absolutely nothing was left. th And this is almost true of Johnstown- tb quite true of two considerable towns e above it. a On the morning of May 31 the city of Johnstown and three considerable towns or stretched along the narrow valley of tl Conemaugh creek from the Pennsylvania A railroad bridge nearly to the lake at the 81 head of the creek--the homes of over at 80,000 fairly prosperous people, nearly ti all connected with the great Cambria Iron and Steel company's works. Soon after noon the flood swept down the nar row valley. There was an afternoon and nigh...

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

FOR THE CAMPAIGN- - ........ r, . . . SONE DOLLAR FOR THE eOiN-Weekly Tribune, GREAT F AekLSy Tribune, ONE DOLLAR.OCT. 1. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V, NUMBER 110 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 19, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS _. . . . t 7 . .. . . " " " . . . . . . . . RECO-ROMAN GRIPS. ROF. WILLIE AND JAMES LEWIS MEET IN KINGSBURY HALL. illle Throws His Opponent Twice In Suceesslon-The Great Falls Giant Wins the Third Boat Amid Applause. The Greco-Roman contest on Saturday ening between Professor Willie and ickett's "Unknown" who proved to be ames Lewis, attracted the leading sports en of the town to Kingsbury hall. Pro ssor Willie, the noted southern athlete introduced the spectators by the ref ees, Hatley and May, amid great ap ause. He reads the rules of Greco man wrestling and the terms of the atch which are that Willie should row his opponent three times within an THE NiIsT BOUT. When the referees call time, the two adiators step upon the carpet and shake nds. The southern...

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

NO. 3525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFIOERB: T. E. COLLINS, . . President A, E. DIOKERMAN, . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, ..... Cashier D L. TRAOY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: C. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. ,. COWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON. A general banking business transacted. Exchange drawn on the principal points in the States and Europe. Prompt attention given to collections. Interest allowed on time deposite. (IREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19. 1089. SEM 1-WEEKLY TIlE WOOL OUTLOOK. The advices which we print from the eastern wool markets are all encouraging for the wool growers. Wool is in demand, stocks are light and prices are firm. In Boston domestic wool is on the average 15 cents dearer per scoured pound than it was a year ago.-We read: "Last year representatives of some of the largest American oworsted and other mills came into the seaboard markets in mid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 19 June 1889

MURDERED. i, PERltY KILLS WVILLIA.M Mc COY AT SILVERI LAKE. lgfeld, aums., Swindlelr Caught Soldier Drowned-Burglars at Wornt i Miles City. corDA, June 18-[n a row at Silver on Sunday Scalep Perry shot dead in McCoy and wounded E. Baxter tte. The murderer has fled. He aounded a man named Freddell. order in leaverheml County. Lou, M, T., June 18.-Saturday Frank Bradley shot and killed Wil lis at a cow ranch 35 miles from ock station. A dispute over the ng of a colt was the cause of the 1. Ellis was 88 years of age, for. from Texas and has been stock n for A. D. Young for the past il a half. F. P. Bradley who did otmg has resided in the neighbor of Dillon and Red Rock for the e years or more. IHe immediately o Dillon and placed himself in the of the sheriff. Gilbert Dead. oN, June 17.--John Gilbert, the ctor, is dead. A New Yarn. AO, June 18. - Woodruff now new version of his connection with min case. It seems to incriminate van and Coughlin still more. The Convention All Right. 'A, J...

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

UNCLE SAM'S OWN SCHOOL. WEST POINT AND ITS MILITARY ACADEMY DESCRIBED. How a Young Man Who Desires to Be Eduaoted There at the Expense of the United States and t Willing to Fight if Necessary Should Prooced. T is not remarkable, consid ering the historical associa tions clinging about West Point, the splendid education given gratis, and the commissions in the United States army following gradua tion, that there are thousands or tens of thousands of American boys who wish to be educated there. But a very small portion of those who covet the appoint ment ever succeed in securing one. One desiring an appointthent must apply to the congressman representing the dis trict in which Ihe lives, unless he be the son of an army offiloer, in which case he may apply to the president of the United States, who has the power of ap pointing ten cadets at large from those whose fathers have been in the regular army. The appointments used to be given to friends of the congressmen, but latterly they ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 22 June 1889

. ... FE ONE DOLLRAtFOR THE E ey Tribne, REAT FALLS TRIBUN Sei T eekl SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 111 GREAT FALLS. MONTANA. SATURDAY. JUNE 22, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS [ORRIBLE MURDERS. 1 tHUMAN BODIES FOUND IN THE JUDITH BIVEIR. Dleoeery of a Woman's Body Fol lowed by that of Foer Others Intense Eeltemnel.t Through out Fergus County. WlSeTOWN, June 19.-[Special to the UNR.]-J-ntense excitement prevails Lewistown and throughout Fergus ty, caused by the finding of five hu bodies in the Judith river about 25 northwest of Lewistown. t Sunday 'a cowboy came into town repotted the finding of the body of a an in th~ Judlith river about three Sabove what is known as Sample's ing, on -the Lewistown and Benton HE .1: MURDER nDICOVERED. oner Hanson immediately went and holdian inquest over the body. examination revealed the fact that had been caused by a rifle wound, all entering the body on the left side bove the htps and ranging upward, hg outat rhe top of the right should The rema...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 22 June 1889

NO. 8525. 1?RST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $l,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFIOER8: T. E. COLLINs, . . . . President A, E. DIOaREAN, . Vice-President L. G. PaLPs, ..... . . Cashier D L. TRaor . . .As't Cashier DIRECTORS: o. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, hARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. 0. COWEN, J. T. ABMINGTON. A general banking bsinees transaota. Exhange drawn on the prinolpal points In the States and Europe. Prompt attention iven to oolleotlona. Interest allowed on time deposits. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JUNE a2. 1880. SEM I-WEEKLY ENFORGE TIIH LAW. tl TuE conviction of a "doctor" who was u practicing without a medical board certifi- ti oato will ervo to up)hold tho now lna and keep Montana clear of quacks. Of v all swindlers these are the worst and most t] heartless. They are at times murderers, I1 for their ignorance and deception often p shorten men's lives. If Judge DeWolfe pays due regard for public opinion he t1 will give the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 22 June 1889

diE JUDITH CRIME. IIIEST OF ,*AME VILBERIL HY (7ILARY AND) HAMILTON TODAY. tense I txcltment ll Through the Judlth Region - A 8tartllln Chlll of Clrcumstantial Evidence. LWISTOWN, June 20;. -[Special to the nxnuoa.]-The excitement regarding e discovery of the five bodies on Tues y in the Judith river continues. Ad uce sheets of the Argus, issued today y " The bodies of two men, two omen and a child were taken from the ver up to Tuesday afternoon and oroughly examined by the coroner. l came to their death by violence. The o women were shot, one as before de ribed and one through the left hand d through the head, apparently enter g the eye and coming out at the back the head; one man was shot through heart and the other was killed by ving his head crushed with a dull instru at, while the child, a girl of about six re, showed no marks of violence and a presumed she was strangled to death. I the bodies were well, if not richly ased and considershle jewelry, such finger and ear rings, br...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 22 June 1889

IN GREAT DANG(ER. THE TRAINING SHIP CONSTEl.LA TION AGROUND. Fair Pmrospets that all the Naval COdets ea. be Tken off - Tile Ship May go to Plaes--Aid Despatched. WAsHINGTON, June 18.-A dispatch from Norfolk, Va., says: The United States training ship Constellation is aground a mile inside of Cape Henry with the naval cadets from Annapolis on board. A northeast storm prevails and the atmosphere is thick. A steamer has gone to her relief. The Constellation is in charge of Com mander Harrington and Navigating Offi cer Lowe. Three hundred people are on board. Intelligence received from the Constellation at 11:30 o'clock tonight is to the effect that she is 800 yards from shore and drifting in. The captain of the life station near Cape Henry with a crew has got a line to the ship and has hauled out the breeches buoy, but no one has been gotten ashore as yet. The wind, which was heavy at the time the ship went ashore, has since quieted down some. The Constellation may hot go to pieces, t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 26 June 1889

755 CENTS eREAT .bunFA LS RIBU E Semi-Weekly Tribune, SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOIJUME V. NUMBER 112 GREAT FALLS., MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 26, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS RERIBUTION ! ames Wilber, the Murderer Ends His, Career. PUBLIC EXOITEMENT he Mrderer of the Immigrants in the Judith Basin Cheats the Gallows -Orowds at the Jail - An Awful Spectacle There. Great Falls was amazed early Saturday hen the news became known that James ilber,he .murderer, had hanged him if i .n lfFriday night. Crowds hast ed t e jailVand were allowed to see eghasly pectacle, for until the inquest serif Downing deemed it proper not to eturb the remains, The detail' may be learned in full from Ste i ;ity appended. James Wilber placed yesterdy in the centre cell the wet:- side of the upper tier. Sol. tes gav him supper and about 9 p. m. locked the corridor leading to the 1 and gave the keys to Sheriff Down so that no people would be tempted overpower Yates in order to take 'keys frrom him. As soon as the cor 0o ...

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

JREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PUNlasuHD DAILY AND BEMI.-WDLY THE TRIBIIUE PUBLISHING COIFANY. (IIIOODPORAT'DDI SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Sail subscriptions must be paid in advance. "aILT. Dsrn-wIDLy . DyDeaP by mail,=l O ne O yLeorIby mil, =.00 di monthsa~i~o ~ s~ 1.50 Oi19m9th 1.00 Threeooooths" 1.00 e o~eo. ll riP, 2Single2op....... . I All liu subscribers to Daily delivered by carrier AdYerDPiDO rates foonshbed on applioation. The irculation of the Tribune in rorth~ern Montana is gnoanteedlto nxceedthat of 1,1y pa per published in the temturp OnOloribeII desiring their address changed mleet send lheirformer address; this shlold be remembered. Tan. PDLIIDINO COMPANY, NO. 86525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFIOERS: T. E.' COLLINS, . . . President A, E. DIC~ERE N, . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, . . Cashier D L. TRACY, . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: C. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIB, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. o. COWEN,...

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

)tTR WOOL REPORTS. 1,.IuE SALES AND BRISK DEMAND IN EASTERN MARKETS. A f e n tN ASl W o o lI n t S ton rIn Ea ges r D e rnlo a d in *1ItoRl--NI% Ope..tBrR II tIE Field--th NoW York Mar BOSTON, June 20.- The most pro nounced and. significant feature of the week in the wool market has been the improved demand for nearly all grades. he attendance- of manufacturers, the merican Wool Reporter says, has been arger, and it is manifest from the way hey have taken hold that their empty torehouses have compelled them to buy t ruling prices, enough at least, for im ediate wants. From Montana we have reports that he clip has opened at 20c. and at this gure Boston parties have made pur hasee. A larger number of purchasers has usual are said to be in the field, but eo know of but one or two new parties ram this market who are new operators. he popularity which these wools have ained during the last year or two causes em to be eagerly sought for. Shearing roughout the territory is now in full ay. ...

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

BAGGING THIEVIfS. SHERIFF DOWNG AND CITY Mt4R SHAL LITER MAKE SOME HAULS. The County Jail Crowded Unexpectedly An Alleged Brglar in the Toll--"3-7-77" Sored In Plaee These are rough times for the rounders, loafers, hoodlums and other miscreants who have infested Great Falls. Public patiende has given out and the people are determined to make short work of the scoundrels. The burglaties at Phil Gib son's andAlderman Clinton's and the at tempted robbery at Rev. J. Reid's house, all on Friday night, showed that further delay-would be dangeroul, "Accordingly on Saturday evening Sherif Downing went among the "rounders" accompanied by'City Marshal Leaster. The practised eye of the sheriff enabled him to pick them out quickly. "Take a walk with Al" said sheriff to one notorious loafer. Al explained that the walk led to the jail. Seeing that the city marshal meant just what he said and that he was well armed the fellow went along quietly and was soon behind the bars. The city marshal then r...

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