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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 13 November 1889

KENTUCKY TRAGEDY. COLONEL GOODLOE POLLOWS H3I VILTIM TO THE GRAVE. He Never Rallied from tshe Fatal Wound Which Swope Inlicted on Him He Was Cnslioun oa His Impeding Fate. LEXINGTON, Ky. Nov. 12.-Colonel Goodloe, whose desperate encounter with Colonel Swope, created much widespread sensation, died Sunday afternoon. As early as 10:80 Colonel Goodloe realized that dissolution was rapidly approaching and he then bade his family farewell and was resigned to his fate. The desper ately wounded man retained possession of his faculties to the end and never once lost the nerve which he had displayed from the time the fatal bullet struck him. It will be recalled that he killed Colonel Swope in the encounter referred to. THE CATHOLIC CENTENARY. faltimore Crowded With People Front All Parts. BALTIMORE, Nov. 12.-The Catholic centenary is in progress. This is a triple celebration. It is the hundredth anni versary of the appointment of the first American bishop, inauguration of the first congress ...

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. — 13 November 1889

OFFICIAL VOTE OF THE STATE OF MONTANA. OCTOBER I, 1889, _. CANDIDATES. State Collatltutlon- ý` - For.. . . . 7111 807 1. 2.1 .. 1187 8802 082 988 1286 10 8 11 801 4 .07 2,40 Ag . ainst ......................... 111 80 40 67 02 121 28 21 2.274 to~eeattie i Conp~resae Cnrts8 Tho21., I .. "71 " 2680 620 08744 1000 818 878 2777 9108 740 788 1182 771 281 1211 0652 `41 129,12 1,848 Msginni., Martin7 . ....... 2807 065 1128 770 068 1 246 67 8802 802 52 11 Governor- Powe Thoe C. CH lop....... 2841 045 724j 1051 8141 852 2187 844 001 762 110 0 618 2 4 1 Toole, Joseph 1 ., Dor.....D... 282 010 088 1024 819 708918 8610 727 52 '886 42 2.0 12I 746 281 18504 71 ~lrut,-Gluvern or- Cionr d John H.,l D 05.... ...1.2. 0 8.8 1519 712 87 28 08 600 8 8 90 1 28 7 4 2 187 Riokardsa J. E., p .."... 27.15 507 722 1690 7 2 7 8 80 100 77I 2 118 0 46 1,74 1,508 Secretary of State- B - 20owne, Joseph A., Dem...... 2205 601 175 1548 722 8751 164 8408 544 107 002 408 000 11008 501 170 18.008 Rotwitt, Loui. ep.......

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 16 November 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SEMI-WEEKILY EDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 153 (REAT FALLS. MONTANA. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 16, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS 1DlTITTATW1 -lA MtAK PLENTY OF WORx . - e.-. -.-.- I GROWING FAME. WRAT AN OBSERVANT CORRESPON DENT SAYS OF GREAT FALLS. Who Gait Railroad and the Northern Palfle are all Coming to Great Falls-Large Dealing in Real Estate. EaLENA, Nov. 14.-The Independent givs Mr. Hutchins' letter on Great Falls. He Says: It is a difflicult matter to deter minie the route of a railroad until the tracks are laid, but there are many. rea sons for believing that Great Falls will be practically the southern terminus of the Galt road, though its trains may enter the city over the Manitoba road. It will strike the latter road at Sun River, 20 miles westaof Great Falls. It is said that Sir Alixaahder Galt believes this to be the beat route.. The surveys are being made and the construction will begin in a few months. The Northerb Pacific road is consider ing the fealilility of...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 16 November 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PmULISED DAILY MD saEM-wxmLY THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANt. rlxooaPonAT3m] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subacripton must be paid in advance. DAmY,. sm.E , oLY. .erymauII $10.00 I On, O Iear, by mail,'E1. mn1:r months, 1.001xmonn " Smonth 1.0o Three months" I. Sweek, n crrier5 SBinglea opy,...... 11 city subcdriber to Daly delivered by carrier drrthi g rates furnished on pplioPation, h airculation of the Tribune in n.,rthern I-.at is .mrteed to exceed that of q¥ pa D·r publishe. in the territu . -anraribem desiring their address chansed muSt send their former address; this should be remebered. Address: TRIoUnE PuLsSEioe COMrANY, reeat Falls. IetEa._t __. __... . NO. a626. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFICERS: T E. COLLINS, . . . President L. G. PHELPS, . . . Vice-President A E. DICKERMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRACY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: C. A. BROADWATER MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERB,...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 16 November 1889

THE GREAT SMELTER THE FINAL AGREEMENT CONCLUDED LAST EVENING. Great Falls Will Have the Largest Smel ter and Refinery in the Country The Great Dam to be Com. plated Next YVar. The final agreement with the Boston and Montana Copper and Silver Mining company of Butte was signed at the rfice of the Townsite company Friday night. The great dam at the Black Eagle falls is to be completed by September, 1890, but may be built long before that time. The agreement ensures the establishment here of an immense smelter and refinery for the reduction of copper ores. It is expected that the enterprise will involve an expenditure of over $1,000,000. Work will be begun at once. Bonner's Sunol. NEW YORK, Nov. 15.-Mr. Bonner, the purchaser of Sunol, was seen at his resi dence last night and said: "I have paid for Sunol the highest price I ever paid for a horse. I will not tell what the ex act price is at present. I will say this much, however. I bought Maud S from Vanderbilt for $40,000. Rarus I pur ...

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

EVOLUTION OF A CRIME. -REMARKABLE AND SALIENT POINTS IN THE CRONIN CASE. Three rights Are Is Progresas One in Couart One Outside by the Friends of the Pdrsoneel, ad a Third by the Factions oft he Olan-nas-Oael. HE Cronin case is plainly destin ed to furnish the basis for a sensa tional drama and give many "dark plots" for thrill ing novels. At the same time it must furnish a perfect feast for criminal lawyers who love to study their work and for detectives who make the business a science; for from begin ning to end it has worked out with most romantic exactness. No novelist could design a plot in which the sensational de velopments would come in such artistic order. Truth and accident have outdone all the arts of literary development, and from the "mysterious disappearance" to the climax of the trial every incident has come just at the right time for what the scenic artist would call "effect." It is instructive to review the order of disclosures, taking the historic rather than the ...

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. — 20 November 1889

GREAT FALLS rRIBNE SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME VI. NUMBER 4 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 20, 1889, PRICE, FIVE CENTS THE GREAT SMELTER THE FINAL AGREEMENT CONCLUDED LAST EVENING. Great Falls Will Have the Largest Smel ter and Refinery In the Country The Great Dam to be Com pleted Next Year. The deeds and contracts have passed and now the great copper smelter is a fully assured fact. The deal was finally closed Friday, about 5:80 p. m. at the office of the Great Falls Water-Power & Town site company, when this company,through Its officers, handed to Secretary and Treasurer Bigelow of the Boston & Montana company deeds for 480 acres of land on the north side of the, Missouri river at the Black Eagle falls, and re ceiving in return Mr. Bigelow's check for the purchase price, a sum that runs wells up in the thousands. For some weeks it has been generally understood that the new smelter of the Boston .& Montana company would be located at this place, but the fina...

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

?1REAT FALLS TRIBUNE MO0ELTyfly DVAILY AND 99101-WINl1I TH'~E TRIBUINE PUBLISHING COMPAINY. rINCDBPORATEIII SUBSCRIPTION RATES. NiI;Bl subscriptions must be paid in advance. u~~byy.Di 8100 On o nNrb Ndlp. aleear '5O 15 si ob' 1.W T Sly Dyerbmths 1.0) ln mnh 1.00 Three yYDnt 1 1.005 1 ne ek, carrier,20 single opy,.... I1 city subscribers to Daily deliered by carrier Advertising rates furnished on application. The oirclantion of the Tribene In ,erthern M 'natanis guaranteed tr' exceedthat o faeg pa per poblishehd in the terretury taeonotbers deasirinl their address cheanged =nasend their fomeea address; this shoued be rememebered. 4ddeap, TaeoNlE PUeLTaenfe ConepAll, :}rt o alle, ftetaaa. NO. 8526. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $8,OLo,000. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000 OFFIOERS: T E. COLLIN, . . President L. G. PHELPs, . . Vice-President A E. DIMCERMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRACY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: C. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS OGIBON, IRA M...

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

THE GREAT'SMELTER IT WILL BENEFIT ALL NORTHERN MONTANA. tcah is the Opinion of the Benton River Press-The Mines of the Boston and Montana are Inexhaustible. BiETON, Nov. 10.-The River Press re [ere to the smelter and copper refining works which the Boston & Montana will build at Great Falls and says: The location of the works to smelttheoresandrefine 0a copper of this and the other great lines owned by the company at Great alls means more to that place and to the surrounding country than is seen at first lance. It means the constant employ. 0ent directly and indirectly of at least 1,000 men at and around Great Falls. It means a ready and remunerative market for the farm products of northern Mon tane and the stimulating of every indus try pursued in it. It means a largely in creased monthly pay roll for our sister ity and a lively circulation of money among the people of the surrounding country. It means better times for all. Benton will be materially benefited by the enterprise ...

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

CONCEALED IN A SEWER. OPPORTUNE DISCOVERY OF THE EFFECTS OF DR. CRONIN. A Sensaton of Note n a Very Sensational peas-Pl-tures of the Artlclee Taken shortly Aftar They Were Brought to the Light of Day. The "Cronin Case," so called, main tains its front rank in the line of sur prises, and if it retains its present character to the end, all previous com plications of crime and detection will seem commonplace. The last develop ment is the discovery of the murdered man's clothes, and it is another added to the thousand cases of fatuity shown by murderers that, instead of burn ing these articles, they stuffed them into a valise and dropped that in the manhole of a sewer, where it was a hun dred to one that it would obstruct the flow of. water and render discovery cer tain. "Fools and madmen!" the reader nat urally exclaims-did they intend detec oi,.n? Well it almost looks as if they bt SITE OF THE FINDING. did, for they put the clothes in a valise tl belonging to Burke, one of the prisone...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 23 November 1889

GREAT FALLS r' IBUNE. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME VI. NUMBER 7 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY. -NOVEMBER 23, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CEN'TS THE CAULDRON. MELENA 1s THE SCENE OF MUCH EXCITEMENT. Members of the Senate and House are Arriving-The Democrats are to Meet Today and Talk Things Over. HELENA, Nov. 21.-[Special to the TRtanNE.]-Helena is filling up with sen atore and representatives. The north Montana delegation is expected today. The democratic senators and represen tatives are to meet today to discuss the situation and prepare for coming events. Many candidates are in the field for olerkships and other positions connected with the senate and house. The senatorial question is overshadowed,, by the contest for control of the house. The democrats are confident and are not saying much. Governor Toole has his message nearly ready for the legislature. A democratic caucus may be held to morrow to select a speaker and other officers for the house of representatives. Owing to the growing e...

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

JREAT FALLS TRIBUNE enLllmxD DAILY AND s5mI-WxumLY TLE TRIBUlE PUBLISlHING COMPAINY, fI50OOPONATZDI ] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mal subeeriptions must be paid i advance. DAILY. 5515.W55KL . thsn byur. mail. 10 Ouya, e,mbyma1il.S.0 x monh, " 5.00 1x months 1.50 e month 1.00 Three month-s" .0 e eek, y carrier, Sigle copy, ...... A1lo ity subscribes to Dailydelivered by osrrier Adverting ratee furnished on applicatton. The lrcuaItion of the Tribune in nortbern MI'ntala is uaranteed to exoeedthat of .iy pa pr pnblished in the territury oseoribers deeiring their addres ohanged must send their formner address; this should be remembered. Address: TeiouNO P.Us NG COMPANY, lreat Falls. Montana. NO. 8525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,oo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000 OFFIOERS: T E. COLLINS, . . . President L. G. PHELPS, . . Vice-President A E. DIOKERMAN, . . . Cashier DI L. T ar, . . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTOR9: U. A. BBOADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIB, PARIS GIBBON, IRA MYER...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 23 November 1889

OUIR MINERAL LANDS. A WORLD OF WEALTH NOW OPEN TO GREET FALLS. Our Mlaeral Field Has an Area of 691, 00oo Acres-It Contains Such Pree lous LMetals a Gold and ShIer It Includes Also Lead, Tin, Antimony, Iron, Zinc, Arsenic, Manganese and Gypsum. [Speoial Correepondence of the TRIBUss.1 BARuen, Nov.20.--The reader who is not familiar with the geograpical position of the mining camps of the Belt moun tains will hardly be able to appreciate the vast treasure which lies hidden in these mountains awaiting only the advent of the great civilizer,the iron horse,to awak en into active life and give up to the use of man vast stores of undeveloped re sources. Take the map of Montana and, begin ning with the intersection of of township line 10 north and range 5 east, pass the pencil north along the 5th meridian east to its intersection with parallel 16 north; now pass east along this parallel to its intersection with the 10th meridian east; then south along this meridian to the 5th parallel nort...

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

CHOTEAU'S BOOM. IT MUST AND WVILL COME BEFORE VERY LONG. A Rich Country Favored With Fertile Soil, Pure Water anld Goo Grass Bright Prospects for the Town and Region. SBpecial Correspondence of the TasnisE.) CJHOTEAU, Mont., Nov. 16.-It is so sel dom we ever see any articles in the Great Falls papers concerning our thriving town, we have about come to the conclu sion that you still harbor a jealousy to wards this section of Choteau coun'y. Judging from the number of copies of your papers coining here daily and the amount of goods your merchants are con tinually shipping into our town and vicin ity, we claim that you are under obliga tions to us, and that you should occasion ally let the readers of the TIBiuNE is lnow something about the town of Chotear, our immense walter power, our beautitul valley, our vast grazing lands, our rich agricultural lands and last, but not least, our close proximity to millions of acres of pine timber. Well, Great Falls has no reason to te jealous of Ch...

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

GREAT FAILS TRIBUNE. SEMI-WEEkLY EDITION. VOLUME VI. NUMBER 10 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 27, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS DULY ORGANIZED. MONTANA'S PIRST HOUSE OF REP RESENTATIVES MEETS. nom. O. P. Blakely Elected Speaker--Or Aflsn hosen-Disgruntled Repub Ileaos meet Elsewhere and Pretend to Organize. HELENA, Nov. 23.-[Special to the TRIBUNE.]-A bomb shell was thrown in *o eo -*-P of th, ansmY last evenine by a proclamation of Gov. Toole declaring when the legislature shall meet and set ting forth that certificates from the county clerks are the proper ones and that persons holding such certificates are entitled to seats. This is a clincher. The Independent publishes opinions of Judge Blake and Secretary Walker showing that this is the law. Under the date of Nov. 11th Attor ney General Clayberg gave the same opinion which is also published. The democrats of the house caucussed last night and selected the following officers: Speaker-U. P. Blakely, chief clerk Chas. Pond, o...

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

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PLISED DMAIL AND B-WEEKL THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. IINrOOPOBATED] SUBSCRIPTION RATES, Mail subscriptions mUst be paid in advance. DALT. SbaN-WNEKE: nJeyear bymal, $10.00 Oneyar byr mai, .0 diD months 1 00 Dix months.I " .5 one month" 1.00 Three months" .00 )ne week, ny carrier, 2 Single copy ..... S11 city subscribers to Dailydelivered by carrier Advertising rate furnished on npplietion. T'he oirolastion of the Tribune in sorthern M',`tana is guaranteed to, exeeed that of ery pa per Published in the ternto0y TNosomNers desiring their address chanoed must send their forer address; this .hould be remembered. ddress: TRsIBoNE PUBLISHING (COMPANI, ircast Falls, MOunana, NO, R325. FIST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,o':o,ooo. Paid-Up Capital. $I00,O!. OFFICERS: T E. COLLINS, .. e President L. G. PHELPS, . . Vice-President A E. DIOERMAN, . . Cashier D L. TRACY, .. . Aes't Cashier DIREOTORS: 0. A. BROADWATER, MADRTIN IAGINNIN, PARIS GIBSON30,...

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

fi) QUOIRUM TODAY. ) II SENATEI i! <Itl IN AN UNon - GANIZ I :t: N.st1IttiN. F,,hir of JdRaft'nrc .n kitsc;, lt,* ]vto cratts, Bat ifom N" .". i"~ ;"y About tl- , -i,:. [.,,w Frautd. Ilet..NA, Nov. 2(i.-[-Speciail ', the llipmUXNI.j -The samp progRllmie as yes ,:y is being pursued today. tert Was no'a lll'lllj m ill tlhe senate. -or liobert i~-hter (rep.) of Jefferson, ,,,e a speech si ring tlhs d ilocrats for btcking the n.t. nliinety ot legislation. Alter this the senate adljo.llr1ned1 until to ilorrow. The re;hular house of represen dives met this aflternoon. So did tlhe tron block crowd. A Noted laItesmntlu DeUId. LONDON, NOv. Li --Gi. i1. P'.mdleton of Ohio is dead. Casaty Elected. iitsnIAR 'lCK, Nov. St i. (,;lcsy if.Jamlnes -,oV tll o rits , el]- et, mt7llt d States sel -I-. tHie rered - i votest in joint alon o, ition, A New SIavIngs BIlnk. TlitrE. Nov. 20.--The Boston & Mon t:a colmpany will promote the establish ment of a savings bank here. The Butte fire. BUTTE, No...

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

OLD TIME FINE SHOES. ARTISTIC FOOTGEAR OF THE MAKE OF THE YEAR 1853. Cslonparisons Between Things as They Were in Times Passed and Things a They are Now Are Often Very Intarest ing and Sometimes Instreatlve. Not long ago I came across a lot of shoes and fancy footgear, which at one time were exhibited in the New York Crystal palace during the early '50's. To the shoemaker of today these relics are both amusig and instructive. Theclumsy shapes aund'dd ornamentation were sub jects for mirth, while the workmanship aifortded instruction. With the quality of moaterial or workmanship no fault could be found, both being fully up to that of today. The leather was evident ly tanned by the good old bark process, and what might be lacking in flexibility was fully compensated for in longevity. The stitching, as was all other parts of the workmanship, was hand work, for in those days the McKay sewer, Buzzel edge trimmer, Goodyear machine, or Bigelow heelers played no part in the making of footge...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 30 November 1889

_GREAT FALLS IRIBUNE, SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME VI. NUMBER 12 GREAT FALLS. MONTANA. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 30, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS THE LEGISLATURE. NO QUORUM IN THE MONTANA SEN ATE TODAY. The Bump Legislature Resolves to Move to Other Quarters-rhe Regular Houe Meets and Adjourns to Friday--Four Days Lost. HELENA, Nov. 27.-[Special to the TolUNan.]-Thls the fourth day of the session presents no change. The senate met and as there was no quorum, it ad journed until Friday at 8 p. m. The l,wer house held a brief session but nothing was accomplished. The republicans will remove to more commodious quarters today. No new developments are expected before Satur day as tomorrow will be a holiday. The bogus house held a brief session today. GOOD FOR JUDGE'GRESHAM. What a Fair-Minded Republican Said in Ohieago. CrICAn., Nov, 25.-Judge Gresham, in terviewed here yesterday, is reported as saying: "It is very clear to me that the democrats have carried Montana, and I do not see why the republic...

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

;HEAT FALLS TRIBUNE ,'OLIeaL D DAILr AND S WU-W5KLY ;IHE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. [IIOOBrO.AT]DI SUBSCRIPTION RATES. I v t soubscriptions must be paid in advance. MAILY. SER-WEHE.LY. )sne yar bymail, $10. Oneyer, by mil,$ S1. ,.x monlhs, 65.1 Sis months 1.80 Sno month 100 Three months" 1N n week, y arrier, 2 Single copy ...... 5 SI city subscribers to Daily delivered by carrier Advertising rates ferished on application. Lbsiir stcatuon of the Tribune in b .lrtherbe M "ttna is gtsranteIl th asceod that of ..y pa per published in the terinSul HnyosIters desiring their address changId must send their formetr address; thisB sallould be sremembered. Address: TaRsINE PUBLISHINGo OMPANY, 'reat Flls, MHostans. NO. a525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,o,:o,ooo Paid-Up Capital, $I00,0.00 OFFIOERS: T E. COLLINS, . . . Presideot L. G. PHELPS, . . Vice-President A E DICKERM , . Cashier D L. TRAY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: . A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIB, PARI...

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