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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 21 August 1889

GREAT FAILS TRIBUNE. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 128 . GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 21, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS l I t lE POLITICAL POT. IS BEGINNING TO BOIL AND BUBBLE. E Eothuslastle Democratic Primary in this City-Republican Delegates- Joe. Allin Will Represent Sand Coulee. On Saturday evening the primary for e selection of delegates and alternates the county convention met at demo tic headquarters, in Arion hall. A rgs number of democrats was present d the meeting was harmonious and en usiastic. The following delegates and ternates were selected by acclamation: DELEGATES. ALTERNATEB. cis Gibson David Williams Crutcher C B Judd F Schmitz Jno Burke Nalbach C H Clark S Wetzel Pat Sweeney Riogwald W P Wren cs Weiner J P Dyas. E Collins B Bernstein hn Gerin Al Devine a Myers J B Leslie These delegates and alternates will on esday, August 20, at 4 p. m., with the legates selected at the other precincts Cascade county, meet and then select o delegates to the state c...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 21 August 1889

FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $ ,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. OFFICERS: T E. COLLINS, . . . President A, E. DIOKER.AN, . . . Cashier L. G. PHELPS, . . Vice-President D L. TRACY, . .. Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: o. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. O. COWEN, J. T. ARMINQTON. A general banking businesm transaotel. Exchange drawn on the prinoipal points in the States and Europe. .Prompt attention given to colleotons. Interest allowed on time deposits. DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. A Demooratio Btate Convention will be held at Anaconda on Monday, August 12th, at noon, 1889, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Representative in Congress, candidates for Governor, Lieotenant-Governor, Seretory of State, State TYsaaresrooStai.Adtowrt.A-. General, Superntendent of Public Instruction. three Justices of the Supreme Court, and such other officers as may hbe provided for by law, the appointment of a State Central Comm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 21 August 1889

ULING DEMOCRACTS UNITED f AND ENTHUSIASTIC PARTY IN SILVER BOW. at~Mntle SUbued by His Party-It is Another Rollse Coe-All About the Butte Raees--Indian Troubles. E, Aug. 20--[Special to the TRIB ]-The democratic primaries, which ed last evening, were conducted har piously. Two tickets were' placed in field in a few words, but the contest not bitter. The party is In good ting trim thrbughout.Silver Bow and I make a creditable showing at the It. Registration lags, but may im ve as soon as the longer office hours in. Those will suit the miners better. ere is much uncertainty here as re ds the reptblican nomiuations. Eaton Park county may be nominated for ernor. Carter will be the candidate congress. Helena is disposed to fore other leading nominations in order to tch at the United States senatorship, like the dog and the shadow, she y lose all. The republican strife in ver Bow county is bitter. The sup ters of Lee Mantle assail savagely the lion that controlled the republican aty combi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 21 August 1889

SPRAY OF THE FALLS; (From Baturday's Daily.) J. T. Armington of Belt came to town today. H. L. Descombes of Cora is registered at the Park. Major Simons will not enter upon his duties at Fort Belknap agency until Sep tember 1. The. Mackaness, at present night clerk of the Grand Central, will be day clerk at the Hotel Broadwater. Mr. Hanson, the lively liveryman and horse dealer from Chinook, came in on the Manitoba this morning For the first six months of 1889 the Boston and Montana company of Butte produced 18,400,000 pounds of copper. Prof. Werner and family went to Hel ena on this morning's train. The P'rofes sor will make that city hia future home. Delegates Paris Gibson and T. E. Col lins returned to Helena this morning to attend the closing session of the conven tion. Mr. A. Chandler, who has been here seve ral days looking after some real-estate, goes to his home, Fargo, Dak., this after Mr. J. MacSmith, a live real estate man from Fargo, Dak., who has been looking after some...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 24 August 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 129 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY. AUGUST 24, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS REGISTER. THE PROVISIONS OF THE LAW 3MADE PLAIN. A Short, Conel"e and Aeaerate Expllana tloll of tile New Fangled Registration Statute. At the request of the democratic cen tral committee of Unscade county, J. B. Leslie, Esq., prepared the following syn opsis of the registration law, touching upon every important point and making plain the provisions of the new law. If the voter will study it clirefully he need make no mistake and will know jhst what steps are to be taken to secore his right of franchise. Remember always that iO lae nan vote who has not regis tered;ani our advice to democrats is not to delay a day in'havng your names en rolled; that done then see that your dem ocratic neighbors go and do likewise. Following is, .sR. rtE'Stn .YNOPR OFI THE LAW. Under the registration law the counties of the territory ane divided into election or registry d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 24 August 1889

NO. G8ON. FIRST NIATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. OFFIOERS: T E. COLLINS, . . . President L. G. PHELP, . . Vice-President A, E. DICERxa AN, . . . Cashier D L. TRA , . . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: e. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. O. COWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON. A general banking businees transaoted. Exohange drawn on the principal points in the States and Europe. Prompt attention given to collections. Interest allowed an time deposits. I)EMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. A Democratic State Convention will be held at Anaconda on Monday, August 2th, at noon, lotM, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Representative in Congress. candidates for Governor, Lieutenant-lovernor, Secretary of Geneal, Soperintondent of Poublic Instrction. three Justioes of the Supreme Court, and suct other officers as my be provided for by law, the appointment of a State Central Committee and such other business a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 24 August 1889

POWER & RICKARDS. Ttl Y IHEAl) THE IREPITIIIIICAN STATE TICKIET. The Full LIt of Nomnln1t.ion, - CISle, .Ildntice nlake RemioalnlMtd-Many' of tlhe Candidtsl e Ui-* known. ANACONDA, Aug. 22.-8 p. m.--[Sperial to the TnbluNE.]-A. J. Seligmanu is per manent chairman of the convention and ;reorge E. Boos and S.. . Jonl s secretitr ies. ''hos. H. Carter was 'unanimouly nolm iniled foietirepne tative in congress. T'. C. Pdoer was nominated for gover nor. He was not the choice of Lewis tod Olarke county. On the final ballot the vote stood: Power 144, Enton 27, White 28. OTIIER NOMINATIONS. ANACONDAJnug. 28.-[Special to the 'I'arlln .-'Te followllng nomniltollllns hove been made: For Lieut. Governor, J.i. llRckards of Silver Bow.colnty. For Secretary of State, Louis Rotwitt or Heagher county, by acclamation. For Treasurer of State, 1R. O. Hickman of Madison county. For State Auditor, E. A. Kenny of Mis soola countS. For Attorney General, Henri J. Has kell of Dawson county. For Superinte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 24 August 1889

SPRAY OF THE FALLS. F From Wednedoay's Daily.1 R. S. Ford returned to'his Sun river ranch today. Mr. Geo. Field, one of Sand Coulee's solid ranchmen, was in town this moru ing. Mr. Needringhius of the Home, Land and Cattle company went to Helena to day. The delegates to the democratic con vention at Anaconda will lelave here on Saturday. A car load of tine furniture for Col. Broadwater's hotel passed through lver the Manitobs today. Tihos. Geer drove out to his "lhome, the "Tip Top" house, on the divide soutth of Klbbey, this morning. Miss A. E. and Mr. t. B. Watso , from Lewistown, started to Milwaukee, Wis., on a visit this morning. Messrs. Clark, of Clark Bros. & Co., Haily and Shephardaorrived from Choteau on the coach this morning. it, W. Collins, T. W. Murphy, J. Allen, lion. T. L. Gorhanm and Thos. Sheehy re turnedl to Cascade this morning. The Rolfe is sit satisfied with being crushed at home so he went to Anaconda today, where he will again be ignored. Messrs. Chas. Mar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 28 August 1889

SREAT IIFAI LS r RIBUNE. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 180 (GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 28. 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS THE CAMPAIGN. oOD NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF NOBLE MONTANA. Tiekets Nominated in Yellowstone, Mod, ison, Meagher and Mlssuula--Daw son Names a Representative for Herself and OCasnde. MILES CITY, Aug. 26.-At a democratic primary caudus held here delegates to the county convention were named. John Fairfield presided. The delegates were hosen by a committee of five selected by those present. The meeting closed in harmony, amid enthusiasm. No Flies on Madison. VmorNsIA CITY, Aug. 26.-The Madison coontion nominated a full ticket includ ing the following: S. R..Buford in the chair. Senator, S. R. Buford; represen tives, Patrick Carney and M. D. eifries; ounty commissioners, Amos Eastman, mY. Morris and H. H. Mood. Dawson Rea ponds Nobly. GLELDrvE, Aug. 28.-The democratic onvention of Dawson county nominated n excellent ticket including the follow ng: Delegate...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 28 August 1889

NO. 8525. IIRST NATIONAL BANK1 OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFIOERS: T E. COLLINS, . .. . President L G. PH LPS, . . Vice-President A, E. Dzc~aNn, . . . Cashier D L. TsACY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORB: . A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNI8, PABIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. O. COWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON. A general banking business transted. Exhag drawn on the prinipaol plitas in the Stat and Europe. Prompt attention given to coleletlons. Interest allowed on time deposits. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVENTION. A Demoratic county convention will beheld at Great Falls on Monday, Sept. 2, 1889, at I o'clock p. m., for the purpose of nominating a fll ousnty and legislative tieket for Caseade oupnty, and for the transacteon of such other business as may prperly come before the aon .-·-a.m.-. _-preonBd ohe county will be entItled to thel following representetion Great Fal. .. . Soldier reek .......... Bnmelter .. Try............12T l. ....... ... Lak...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 28 August 1889

GLORIOUS ! The Anaconda Convention Has Done its Work Nobly. \t Has Named the Ticket That Will Win Next Fall. For Glovernor---Hon, Joseph K. Toole of Lewis and Clarke. For Lieutenant-Governor---Hon. J. H. Conrad of Custer. . For Member of Congress- Major Martin -.aginnis of Lewis and Clarke. iThe Convention Adopts a Strong Platform---The Leaders Named, ANACONDA, Aug. 27.-[Special to the TRIBUNE.]-The convention has just ad journed until 1:80 p. m. after nominating Hon. Joseph K. Toole for governor, J. H. Conrad of Custer for lieutenant governor and Major Martin Maginnis for member of congress. The rest of thA work will be easy, but the result cannot be forecast now. The convention is boiling over with en thusiasm and the party is thoroughly united. It is likely that Marcus' Daly will be chairman of the state central committee, with an assistant chairman at Helena. NOMeINATED BY ACCLAMATION. ANAcoNDA, Aug. 27.--[Special to the TnIBUnEm.]-Joseph K. Toole has been nominated for governor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 28 August 1889

THE 1BIG SHIP TEUTONIC. SPEEDY, THOUGH BEATEN BY THE CITY OF NEW YORK. She Is the Langast Vesel or Anyr fied Now Afloat, and Here Is a Demeription of Her Race with the New York, To gether with a Out from a Sketch. To the modern school boy who studies geography the Atlantic ocean is getting to be "that body of water lying between Europe and America upon which ocean greyhounds race." There is to be no in ternational yacht race this year, and the lover of salt water sports permits his in terest to be absorbed in the records or the races between the leviathans that swim between England and America. The big race of the season has just taken place between the Teutonic, of the White t Star, and the City of New York, of the Inman line. The Teutonic had just been inspected, I by the emperor of Germany, and, fresh i from the fluttering flags and salutes of a p naval parade, started fifteen minutes I after her rival from the harbor of Queens town. The City of New York was also a in trim shape,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 31 August 1889

SGREAT FALLS TRIBUNE SEMI-WEEKLY EDITI.ON. VOLUME V. NUMBER 18i1 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY. AUGUST 81. 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS ý80UN)D TO THE CORE. Fl.lL TEXT OF THE I)EMOCRATIC PLATFORH·M. aepublicin Perfidy on Stttehood Denonnned--A Masterly Dec laration of Patriotic Prineiples. Appended is the masterly platform adopted in the democratic convention at Anaconda by acclamation:. The democratic party of Montana, in vtate convention assembled, on behalf of he people of the territory,, rturn their ratefol thanks to the members of the lemocratic party in lathe congrdess of the foiled States for formulating and carry og to a successful conclusion the meas Ire whicheadmits Montana and- three of ar neighboring territories' to the union of ames. We regret that in consequence of he opposltion if the repubhlcan party in ongress it was necessary to sacrifice the ights of a sister territory, against which ,is opposition was ostensibly directed, dthough, i1 fae it was to the entire neasure;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 31 August 1889

NO. 8512. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFIOERS: T E. COLLINS, . . . President .L. G. PHBLPS, . . Vice-President A, E. DICEERMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRAC, . . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: C. A BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. 0. COWEN, J. T. AREMINGTON. A general banking businees transacted. Exohange drawn n the prinipal points in the States and Europe. Prompt attention given to collaetions. Interest allowed on time deposits. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Member of Congress, MARTIN MAGINNIS... Of Lewis and Clarke. For Governor, JOSEPH K. TOOLE...... Of Lewi and Clarke. For Lieutenant-Governor, J. H. CONRAD..................Of Yellowstone For Secretary of State, JOSEPH A. BROWN............ Of Beaverhead For State Tresurer, JERRY COLINS ................... Of Cascade. For State Auditor, T. B. FITIZGERALD.............Of Deer lodge. For Attorney-General. W. Y. PEMBERTON.............Of Si...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 31 August 1889

oi R: BRIGHT FUTURE 's 'IERLY LEIrTTER FROM HON. 'ARITS GIBSON, THE FOUNi:DERI OF GREAT FALIS. ,ame, seenelux Will Arreue From the itallroma to the Helt Mountalls Mining Ieglons-Great Fall Has a FPiren Hils of Wealtlh. To the Editor of the 'RIBUNE: The glue of the Belt mountains railroad to rest Falls cannot be easily over-estlmat , Probably no other single enterprise mnid equal this in building up Great ills and developing the resources of ascade county. The opinion of the ablest mining men Sthis country is that the several mining istricts of the Little Belt mountains con itute the most extensive sliver produc g section of Montana, and that its lead reducing capacity is greater than that of oe ectur d'Alene mountains, or of any lther mmerdl subdivision of Montana or laho. MONEY WILL POUR IN. C] This great mining region, which lhas itherto been neglected for want of trans ortation, will now become in its general ining interests second only to Butte, nd we maynhow look confidently fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 31 August 1889

LONDON DAY BY DAY, Thbe smoke in vaster volumes rolls The faevr iand takes largter olls, And sin a fiercer grip of souls, In l.ntdon day by da. Sll Buoggins bulldsoniwrampy site, And Eiffel houses block the light, And make a town of dreadful night, Of Londno day by day. nto fashion'slo long and busy slreet The oultcast foreign harlot meet Whlle Ilnthrt a llit upon his beat. In lodon day by daoy Still modest mliden's cheeks are stung With foultst words from wanton's tongue, And oaths yelled out with leathert lung, in London day by day IWealth riots itn a mad excess, While thousands, poor and penndlesa Starve In the mighty ilderness Of London day by day Wrong ploudly rears Its wicked bead, While Right' sad eyes with tears are red, And sluggard Justice leo abed. In loondon day by day Tile liar rrtiumlhs, aod the kbnave hido buoyant on the rolling wav And Liberty make maony a save [n London day by day Yet Hope and Trust and Faith and Lover And Cod' fair dowers from abov, Still !ind a br...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 4 September 1889

GREAT FALLS IrUNE SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V, NUMBER 1832 GREAT FALLS. MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 4, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS DEMOCRATS "UNITED. WELL ,ASTHIDED PRIMARIES AND A HA.SMONIouS CONVENTION. The Demooraey of Cascade Counly Well Represented by Able Delegates They Bring Cheering News. Arion hall was crowded to its full ca pacity on Saturday evening. A:1 parts of the city were represented by stalwart democrats, who came to attend the pri mary. Never was the attendance so large; never were the proceedings so earnest, so enthusiastic. Good feeling and good humor prevailed throughout. Of coarsee there tWas some canvassingbut it was doe'eii a iqiet, friendly way. Dr e eritcher presided with his usual ability. He invited the meeting to nom inate candidates to serve as delegates at the conventipon today. '~here was no lack of good tim'er Nominations were made freely until theeb Were 89. when the list closed. - Then a.t-sdt to work preparing 19 names for delegates. A recess wast...

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

FIRST NATIONAL BANK1 OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $I,ooo,ooo. D.airlTT n,3nitl 300.000. rain-up upeta', q0 v'e.. OFFIOERS: T E. Co Nss, . . . President °I L. G. PEr Ls, . . Vice-President n, A, E. DIEEMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRav, . . . Ass't Cashier ti DIREOTORB: . A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, t PARIB GIBSON, IRA MYERS, 0 OBBRT VAUGHN, H. O. OOWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON. A eanera banking businmes transacted. Exchange drawn on the principal points in the a Stetes and Europe. C Prompt attention given to collections. Interet allowed on time deposits. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Member of Congress, MARTIN MAGINNIS.....Of Lewis and Clarke. 1 For Governor, JOSEPH K. TOOLE......Of Lewis and Clarke. For Lieutenant-Governor, J. H. CONRAD..................Of Yellowstone t For Secretary of State. JOSEPH A. BROWN ..........Of Beaverhead. I For State Treesurer, JERRY COLLINS ..................Of Cascade. For State Auditor, T. B. FITZGERALD......... Of Deer Lodge. For Attorney-General, W. Y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 4 September 1889

BOUND TO WIN SUCH IS THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET NOMINATED YESTERDAY. The Town and County Delegates Work in. Fll Harmony-The Tleketl Meess With Genernl Approbation The second ballot for clerk of, the'dis Sict district court resulted in a majority of one for Wm. Cockrill. Great excite. ment prevailed when the result of the ballot was announced and loud calls for olr. Cockrill brought that gentlemah to the platform, when in elequent-terms he praised hIp opponent, Judge Dyasn and his conduct of the canvass. He thanked the convehtion for the honor of the nomi nation and promised to use his utmost effort for the success of the entire ticket. The ballot for county attorney gave Stanton 18 votes and Taylor 29. On motion of Dr. Crutcher, Mr. Taylor was unanimonoly declared the nominee. In response to loud calls tMr. Taylor made a feeling speech in which he returned thanks for the honor which the conven tion had conferred. He paid an eloquent tribute to Mr. Stanton and thanked him for corteous tre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 4 September 1889

FIRE IN BARKER. FIVE LIVES PROBABLY LOST-THBEE MEN MISSING. Great Damag~e Done to th~e Caine-All the Eastern Portion Dettroyed- I No Eull A.oount Received.. A report came this morningthat Barker at was almost totally destroyed by fire yes- bt terday. w: The fire started in a miner's camp, three doors below Fre Leigler's place, S and swept from there up the valley,burn ing all the eastern portion of the camp. No full account has arrived at this hour, but it is supposed that Geo. Ellis' wife and four children lost their lives. t There are three men missing. MIr. Neibles lost 70 tons of hay, farm a tools and everything but his household goods. The town of Barker which has suffered so severely by this fire is the business y centre of the entire Barker district. It is about 60 miles southeast of Great Falls. 8 The mineral deposits are on both the a east and west sides of the camp. On the t' west are such mines as "Pride of the West," "Silver Bell" and "Silver King." t Considerable work h...

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