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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 9 October 1889

THE GRUT SMELTER. The B. & M. Will be Located at Great Falls, BIG DAM TO BE BUILT. Work Will Begin on the Dam and tSmeltnr this Fall-Two of the Greatest Enterprises EBer Begun in Montana-A Boom for Great Falls. The TnRInUE is enabled today to make an announcement of the highest possible importance to Great Falls and northern Montana, viz: that the smelting and re fining works of the Boston & Montann Consolidated Copper and Silver Mining company will be located at this city. This is now, as we learn on the highest tothority, an established fact. It is no longer a surmise or a probability, but a eo ality. Thecontracts have been signed, seal. ed and delivered and in a short time the work of construction will tie nnder full headway. THE GREAT DAM WILL BEI BUILT. The agreement with the Boston & Montana company is that theunsurpassed water power of the Black Eagle falls Is io be developed and made ready to fur. nish motive power for the immense smel ler by August 1st of next y...

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. — 9 October 1889

ACHURGCH WITH A HISTORY IT IS THE FIRST PROTESTANT MIS SION BUILT IN AMERICA. lreeted for the Henetla or tile Wyaiulet S Indian in 1824 at Upper Sandusky. O. It Fell Into Decay, but Has Recently Ileel Rlestored. But few people know that the old stone ruins which have been crumbling to decoy ihnthe deserted old graveyard in the northeastern outskirts of; Upper Sandusky, O., for many years, are all that is left of the first Protestant mis sion church of America. But such is the fact. t - OLD MISSION cHURCH, 1888. Early in the year 1810, John Stewar't, a free colored mulatto from Virginia, was converted at Marietta and joined the Methodist Episcopal church. Soon afterward, while praying alone in the fields one day, lie claimed to have heard a voice from the heavens commanding him to go in a northwesterly direction. This he interpreted to be a divine calling for him to go as a missionary to the In dians, and, though ignorant and un authorized and unencouraged by the church, he started o...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 12 October 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 148 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 12.,'1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS BOSTON & MONTANA. TRANSFPERS WHIIG iSHOW THE GREATNESS OF THE PROPERTY. Mines Whlch Will be Developed to Sup ply the Great Falls Smelter and Refinery-Several Valuable Propertles. BeIvr, Oct. 10.-One of the largest property transfers ever recorded in the office of the county clerk has just been filed. It was dated in February and con veys from Albert S. Bigelow of Boston, J. W. Clark of Pomfret, Conn., and Leonard Lewishon of New York, to the Boston and Montana Consolidated Cop. per and Silver Mining cqmpany a large area of mineral land for which the par chase price is given as $500,000. The claims covered by the deed are the Moose, 4.04 acres; the Mississippi, 12.00 acres; the Green Leaf, 20 acres; the Auraria, 18,64 acres; the Beryl, 20.62 acres; the Swansea, 18.99 acres; the Promising, X8628 acres, and a three eightis interest in the Colusa Extensi...

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

MREAT FALLS TRIBUNE THE TRIBUIE PUBLISBIi COM.PAlY rIINooPOUdATD] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. iMLL t ubsriptions must be paid in advance. DAIT. BIlU.-WMKLT. ".ye.r by.,aP., I One TeLr, by mail, . 6.1. Mn months, " .0 Bza mantl 1.1, lne month " 1.00 T ee months" 1.6 ne week, o carrier, 2 Single copy,...... Allolty ,nbseriber to Daily delivered by carrier Advetiine RteI furdenished on application. The circnlation of the Tribune in o,,rthbrn M,.tmm is -nanteed bto e~eed that of y pa per poblehain hen.th~e t dreea t hran.d Onoacribec' dsiring their addre change must send their former address; this shoueld be remembered. Gddreat TIriBone PUELIBING COMPANY, (bleat Falls, Montana. NO. 3525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. OFFICERS: T E. COLLINS, . . . President L. G. PHELPS, . . Vice-President A, E. DIOgERAN, . . . Oashier D L. TRAC., . . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: o. A BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, 4RIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, ODERT VAUGHN,...

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

I rfry a o ý . Se r. o co C? p y C O 0 a - TNPRECEDENTED ATtRACTION I OVER A MILLION DISTRIBUTD. Louisiana State. Lottery Co. Incorporated by the Legislature for' Educa tion and Charitable purpoeese and its franchise made a-part of the present Stae Constitatioh, in 1879, by an overwhelming popular vote. Ite mammoth drawings take place eomi-anna ally (ne and December)and its GpANt SINGLE NUMBER DRAWINGS take place in eaeh ot the other ten months of the year, and are all drawan in publie, at the Academy oa Eneioe New Orleans, La.. tPAMED FOR 20 YEARS o .'e t el, .ito drnawigs and peomptpay. il" t._, i tept gett.tted feoiow.: 9de. SbY9attk at11wee suaerviae the ar. e e . set.e.er aa.ontly and semC. SDrawleg o}tlte Louisl.na .tate Lotter ,ana, twit týmnagee and cnntrol the o Leeq themn cithYp, at the same ar coa - dtedwith hpeiy, fieeseandin good ftith toward a ario andwe anthorize the ca m paorto nse this eelrtifoate with facsimiles of gnalaatnres attaehed. In its advertiementsa." (leo...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 12 October 1889

PEK'.S GRPAT TEMPtI.t BEAUTY AND' SIGNIFICANCE OF THE TEMPLE RECENTLY BURNED. Chin Has Two Great Branehee of the ilonlgoilean M and Seaverals Belialono iha Is Strivlin for Homogeneaity d- Tlertilon- -Desritlon of Pekin. HE "Temple of Heaven," one of the bill and fa r minois strictures I ihPekin,lhsbeen destroyed by fire, and undder cir oum stances S which to the Chi nose seem omi nous. Eder since the Europeans corn piled an entrance into China vari ous ahlminltied have tended to 'break down Chinese pride and destroy Chinese exclueiveness, and now the old temple, in whlichb.uccessive emperors on each 22d of December offered the annual prayers, solan where they held special services on ocdu~idnsa of flood, famine and pestilence, has been destroyed soon after the religi ous services relating to the late flood. 'lThis was the great popular temple of Pekin. It stood outside of the imperial reserve, known as the 4'Forbidden City," mad 'in it-prayers were offered for the people as a whole,...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 16 October 1889

uVaL 1GRAT FL 1 ALrRIBUiNE, SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 144 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER Ifi. 188.t PRICE. FIVE CEN'IS TLTr .. r tn-mau Erm I....... .... ----- __ I I THE GREAT SMELTER. The B. & M. Will be Located at Great Falls. BIG DAM TO BE BUILT. Wo.-k Will Begin on the Dam and Stelter this Fall-Two of the Greatet Enterprlises Eer Begun in tontanan-A Boom for Great Falls. The TRInaUE is enabled today to make I an announcement of the highest possible importnce to Greiit Talls -and northern Mbotaina viz: that the smelting and re f ltlg Works of thie Boston Montana Consolidated Copper and Silver Mining t company wilt be located at this city. This is now, as we learn on the highest authorityagn establised tactr It is no longeurs idnurmine ArS rohttbtii, but a reality' The contretti 'e been signed, seiliddl nd deltiered andifr a short time the work of obnstruttlion will be under full headway. .h.R oi.EAT DAoM WILL n.E onILT. The agrebinnet wit the Bih o &...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 16 October 1889

REAT FALLS TRIBUNE PMIASHsD DALr AND SE-WmELY THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. rEioouPonAnDo] SUBSCRIPTION RAT ES. Mail suberiptions must be paid in advance. eysa m ,bm 1 On.0 e r,,.by mail, 6{. Siontnhs, " .001 Si: montnst 1" • One month " 1.0Three months" !.0 ( Tno week, oy carrier, 25 Single copy,...... A hiity subsoribers to Dailydelivered by carrier Advrti N rates frniahed on application. 'Abe irotlon of the Tribune in. ,,rtdern 6.lt whaa an teed to exoeedtlht of .ty pa l.unblbhus in tne terrIt n b i tnoribters desiring lthear Addres changes must senad their former address; thibs should be r emsmbered. AddVresm: _sIBe ls PUILISSISN ComPANs, (reat FaP, Msttana. NO. 3525. F'I1ST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFICERS: T i. COLLINS, . . P.resident L. G. PnaLrS, . . Vice-President A, E. DIKENRMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TACY, . . . Asu't Cashier DIRECTORS: o. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAOINNIR, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN,...

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

GRAND LODGlE. THE ODD FELLOWS HOLD -THEIR FIRST SESSION TODAT. A Noeteworlhy Assemblage of Gruand OlMeern and- Repreaenatntves--The People Welcome the Visit or Heartily. Since the arrival of the Odd Fel lows the hotels and streets have been enlivened by, their presence. 'Their showy budges have a pleasant ef fect. So have also the insignia of those of high rank. The people of Great Falls ore pleased with the visitors. They find among them prominent citizens of Mon- . tuna, whose names are as common as household words. They admired the cordial feeling which aninmates the rep. resentattves who in manner and appear ance reflectcredit otn the great fraternal order, whose friendly grip might Ie said to encirclethe world. - The delegates enjoyed the repose of i yesterday afternoon and were rtady for business today. Proinptly at 10 o'clock the representa tives assembled in the Masonic hull, which is an Odd Fellows' hall as well. I The proceedings were opened with the simple but imoressive ...

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

CUITMMINGS CHOSN.. HE I1 TIlE CHOICE OF TAMMANY TO SUCCEED S. 5. COX. A Colored Porter Shoots two PeIrsons at Poltleand, Oregon- Nalalel te Ilaineis In the Newt YVilk Exchange. NEw Yonli, Oct. 12.-Tammany offered to make ex-President Cleveland a candi date for congress in the Ninth district, to succeed the late S. S. Cox, but Cleveland declined. Amos J. Cummings is now slated for the position. Sisut by a Caolred Poar.r. PoRTIANn, Ore., Oct. 12.-A colored porter on a Pllmana sleeper named Wm. Jones last night shot Thos. McDevitt and the latter's i5 year-nol son. Jones was disorderly and the train officials had asked tMcDevitt, who was a depot officer, to arrest him. Jones drew a revolver and shot McDev:tt and his son. The boy will die. The negro has not yet been cnptored. Stock Market Slow. New YORK, October 11.-The stock market continued to show a oild. erate volume of business today but tihe market was comprised ill about halt(' a dozen stocks which furnished atollut three-fourths ...

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

GREAT FALLS 'RIBUNE, SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 145 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 19, 1889, PRICE, FIVE CENTS . . . . --Y " . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . A JOYOUS REUNION. THE ODD FELLOWS OF MONTANA AS SEMBLE AT THE FESTIVE BOARD. Excellent Speeches in I esponse to Ap. psprolate Toasta-Gfood Fellow ship and Hilarity Rule the Hour. The meeting of the Grand Lodge xt Great Falls was celebrated Wednesday eve by a grand banquet at the Park-liotel. The company presented a pleasing and impressive appearance. The uniforms of the grand officers, the ladies in grace. ful attire, the veteran brothers and those of youngef years formed a noteworthy assemblage. "Everyone beamed with good hiamor. Everyone felt that sense of jbrotherhood which the Odd Fellows cultivate themselves and diffuse among all who take part in their festivities. The banquet was served in Mr. Horst's best style and 'wine flowed abundantly. Giandad Representative John P. McCabe pre...

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

3REAT FALLS TRIBUNE UnBLHEanD DALL AN. D SMI-WFERKL THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHIIG COMPAit. flWooeRPoUAem] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 1t it subescriptions must be paid in advasne. DAtLT. sNI. Wby LY. cue yer by mail , $10.0 One yeanr, by mail, 68.0 txmoentbe, lW.U Biemonths 1.80 Inceonth " .O Thno months" l.(l neeweek,nycarrier e S 1ingle oopy.... 5 ii coty su libore to leallydelivered by arrier Advertilsing ratets feernished on appliontion, LS'h eteirenlatien of the 'ribbne in e..etbern M'utsan is guaranteed to exceed that of lay pa noer Iblilled in the territory .eoeeneeers deeirin their address ehbnged must send theiro rmir address; this should be Temem.ered. Address: TeRetuN PBLliNOce (COMPANYt ' Loat bFals, M. ntena. NO. 3526. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo Paid-Up Capital, I5100.000. OFFICER8: Tr E. UOLLINe, .. . 'Presdent L. G. PH ELPS, . . Vice-President A. E. DaocKERMAN, . . Cashier D L. TRACY, .... Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: 0. A. DIROADWATERe, MARTIN MA...

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

BOSTON & MONTANA. RIE GRlEAT MINING COMPANY CON TINUNS PROSPERqUS. It Hf APahd Another Larg Dhtldend PhIhlon Mad. for the Great Smelt.rby the Issue of ,onde and Part of the Profith BcTrn, Oct. 18.-Captain Couch has eceifved word from Boston that the Bos on & Montana company has declared a lividend of $125,000. This makes the otal dividends so far $0925,000. The company has reserved $825,000 for he new smelter at Great Falls, out of he last three dividends.. The profits of he company are .therefore so far 1,250,000. The company will provide also for the lilding of the smelter by the ssue of olnds for a large amount. Arrived too Late. MIrssou.A, Oct. 18.-John A. Higgins, nlshier of the Higgins bank and son of he late Capt. C. P. Higgins arrived at is home this morning. He was found ranting by the searching party and told 1f the death of his father. Hoping to rrive in time for the funeral he rode torseback over a rough mountain road a istance of 54 miles in four hours. The cene...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 19 October 1889

C. P. HIGGINS DEAD, MI.SOULA MOURNS THE DEATH OF HER FOUNDER, Fatnt Affry in Nholn..son, lanianseis. it -Dfr. Tett Shoots E. C. Collins and is Sllot DeadU by Anothelr. MirsouLA, Oct. 15.-Captain C. P. Hig-. gins, the founder of the city of Missoula, died here at 11 p. to. last night. Today the whole city is in mourning. The remains will he in terred tomorrow at 2 p. om. The pul.lte buildings are all draphd in mourning and all business will be suspended tomorrow. Captain Iiggins wtas widely known in Montana. i He was horn in Ireland In 1880 and came to the United States in his boyhood. At the age of 18 he enlisted in the United States army and served ti e years in the cavalry. In 1858 he joined Governor Stephens' expedition ;Ind as tistill in ihe hirst sursvey of thle .orlthern Pacific railwly, tHe sided the United States in lnd Idalltters until 1860, when lie hioughit an interest in the lirm or Woe den & lsanes of Walls W\lls. Hfe came to l[ontasna with 75 horses laden witll mer...

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

SREAT FALLS rTIRIBUNE, SSEML-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 146 GREAT FALLS. MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 23, 1889, PRICE. FIVE CENTS NOW FOR THE C.OART_ Willitm Albrechtwill take a contr . n. I ...... . T-E CEN . NOW FOR THE COAST THE StURVETOR5 TO BEGIN THI PRESENT WEERK. Englneeer eker to Hare general Charge of the Important Work-A Large Force Being Or .nleed. Chief Engineer Beckler of the Mon tana Central returned Sunday from St. Paul, where he had been culled on" Im portnt business. As -a lesult, he comes back empowered to begin the surveys on the western extension of the Manitoba, or as it will be known, The Great Northern Itailway. He is instructed to push the work with all possible rapidity, and to that end is now organizing a large force to take the fieldnt once. It is proposed to do a great deal of the preliminary, work before winter comes on and the surveying forces will be kept in the field constantly from tnus. time until spring, when the work of construction will begi...

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

3REAT FALLS TRIBUNE UBLISND DAILY ANDP BSMI-WERLY THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHIN COMPANY. IeooBPORnAT.D] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail scaberiptions mest be paid in advance. DAILY. m-WRaEiLY. Lne e 1rtbylall,O$1. 5 One year by mail, m.0 Ai: months, 6.00 siz months" 1.00 One week, y carrier, 3 Single copy ..... All oity subsribers to Daily delivered by carrier Advertiseng rates furnished on application. 'The circulation of the Tribune in northern Montant is gaerantsed to exceedthat of wy pa er poblihe in t he Cterrits e "N aoeoer desiring their address ohangei mest send their former address; this should be rememberad. Address: Tenas. PUBLIS.Ie COMPANY, Ireat Fallse, Mlntana. NO. 8525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, Si,ooo,ooo Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. OFFICERS: T E. COLLINS, . . . President L. G. PHELPS, . . Vice-President A, E. DIOKERMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRACe, . . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTOR8: 0. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. ...

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

STREET RAILROAD. WVORK COMMENCED BY MYERS ET AL. TODAY. Engineera at VWork on Central Aenue Stringers DIltrlbuthdn-Prospects of a Lawasut and Passibla Delay of Work. More than a year ago, before the organ ization of our city government, Ira Myers, I. G. Maclay and others applied to the board of county commissioners for a charter for a street ra.nway line upon certain roads and highways-in and about this town. The franchise, in accordance with the application, was granted them for a term of twenty years. They were authorized to extend and operate their line on Central avenue three miles east from Park drive; also on Fourth street commencing at the southern limit of said street toFourth avenue North,thence eas'tbn iFourth avenue North to Seventh street and thence North on Seventh street to the city limits. This charter was supplemented at the recent meeting of the commissioners, the same company being granted authority to establisl a line on county roads on both sides of the river. On...

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

REAL ESTATE. MORE INVESTMENTS IN GREAT FALLS LOTS. Property In Blrisk Demand-Sellers Re - nlvestlng Their Money, Cont dent of Large Profit. The demand for real estate contlnues brlik. All who have money to spare are investing it. Those who sell at good prices, shqw their confidence by reinvest ing. They find that such is the best way to turn money to the best account. Appended are sales made by the Town site company since the last report. Ada Prior, block 197, lot 12, $800; Martha R. Wetzel, block 137, lot 9; $500 Bert Allen, block 874, lot 14; $15,000 Pat rick J. Brosnan, block 411, lot 7, $1,500 and block 322, lot 14, $2,700; John Glass, block 422, lots 6 and 7, $2,000; Frank Webster, block 358, lt 2, $2,500. On Saturday Dr. Crutcher boaght of Ira Hickory the lot with two story brick building, adjoining Beachly's stationery store. Conoideration, $7,500'cash. Wm. B. Shaw, the rustling salesman for Gordon & Fergoson's immense fur house of St. Paul, spent a few days here last wee...

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

LU GREAT IFALLS RI[IBUNE SEMI-WEEKLY E.DITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 147 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 2;, 1889, PRICE. FIVE CENIS GREAT NORTHWEST. ANOTHER CANADIAN RAILROAD PROMISED. Fever and Diphtheria In Woodville, Ohio-A Murderer Hanged In Penn sylvania-The Presbyterian Review Suspends. WIaINIPEO, Oct. 28.-Charlebois, a di rector of the Great Northwest railway, went out to Brandon today to make ar rangements for getting out materials dur ing the winter. He says the company is strong. The road will be built to Edmon ton next year. About 200 miles will be built. Colonies will be founded. Vest is Well Again. SEDALIA, Mo., Oct. 24.--enator Vest, who has been Ill for some time, has fully recovered. A Brave Youth. LourSVILLr, Ky., Oct. 24.-Van Dyke Keyser, 18 years old, who was injured in a wreck at Nolan, on the Louisville & Nashville railroad, died yesterday. He met his death through bravely stopping to assist a woman. About twenty others were more or less hurt. Wanin to K...

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

HREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PULIBSED DAILY ANND BRMI-.WRRLT THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANT, INOBrPOATAR] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Miil subscriptions mset be paid in advance. DAILY. SIRY -EILY. bOne year. by mail, $0.00 One year, by mail, L .0 Ri B monhs, 6.00 T IzY months · u . rne month 0 l P0 Thrine montOs" • 1ne week, By carrier, IA Bngle copy....... A II city subeNribeDr to Daily delivered by carrie Advertising rate furnished on appliation. The circulation of the lribane in ,Lrthber Mntane is guaranteed to (Ueeed that of ioy pa er published in the tetol, aeosonribers desiring their address changed mlust send their former address; this should be remembered. Address: TRIBUNE PUBLIssING COMPANY, SE . ntn, . . . President NO. 2. Vice-President FIST E. DIATONAL BNier OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Caita, Cashie,ooo,ooo Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. OFFICERE: T E. COLLINB, . . . President L. G. PHELPB, . • Vice-President A, E. DIOKERMAN, • • . Cash1ier D L. TnRACv .. . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: 0. A. BROA...

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