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

CHURCHES ITNITED. 'rIH.Y JOIN IN THANKSGLVING Eltoquent Sermaon by lier. J. Anderson- Oood Attendancer-Tlmely Gen erosity for the Lynn, Mlass., Sufterers. At the Union services at the M E. church yesterday Rev. Messrs. J. Ander son, Reid and Coaombe officiated. Bir. Loombe led in prayer, Mr. Held read the lesson and MIr. Anderson delivered the the Thanksgiving sermon. The service was well attended. It was not the inter tion to take up any collection, but some sne happily suggested that we could best how our thankfulness by sending some thing to the suffererers in the great conflt - gration at Lynn, Mass., lIst week. The joggesteon met with heartyappoval of all present and as a result, the east-bound train yesterday carried a money order for $14.50 to the mayor of Lynn to be given to tihe rellet fund. Hev. J. Anderson preached an eloquent, impressive sermon, taking as his text, "Blessed is the Nation," Psalms, 22, 12. lie spoke mi part as follows: There are ninny avenues of thought, ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 30 November 1889

WHO WILL BE SPEIIAKER? REED, M'KINLEY, BURROWS, CANNON, HENDERSON AND BUTTERWORTH. Some Points of Interest About Six Con gaescmen Who Are Already romoninent, and One of Whom Will Probably Win the lig Prlae. There is a marshaling of followers of the candidates for speaker of the United States house of representatives. The battalions of Reed, Burrows, Cannon, Butterworth, Henderson, McKinley and others who have been spoken of less prominently, are furbishing up their ao coutrements preparatory to inspection by theirchiefs. Will the contest be short, sharp and decisive, or will it drag along for weeks? Since the memorable strug gle thirty-four years ago, which re sulted in the election of N. P. Banks, the people have occasionally looked for ward to something similar at the ap proach of. a balloting for speaker. But until there is a division of parties, such as existed in the "fifties," it is not likely that there will be another such pro longed deadlock. In politics the men who are fam...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 4 December 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION VOLUME VI. NUMBER 15 GREAT FALLS. MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1889., PRICE. FIVE CENTS RAPID PROGRESS. REMARKABLE RtEORD OF OGtEAT FALLS LAST MONTH. The Great oston nsd Montana smeltr aed Refinery Located Here Large S.al. of Real Estate -Brisk Trade. Great Falls continues to make rapid progress. On all sides are indications of steady growth. The record of the past month is remarkable and merits the at tention of investors. During November the negotiations for the establishment of the Boston & Mon tana company's smelter and refinery were completed. aince that corporation acquired the Mountain View and other extensive min iag properties at Butte, it has been de sirous to extend its facilities for smelting the enormous supply of copper ore which these mines produce. The company found that it could increase greatly its profits by meanssof t immense smelter and refin ery under its-own control. Accordingly the company examined many places, ...

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

TREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PDBLIeSeD DAILt ND sDNMN-W.lY I'lE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, [INNaoPORATnD] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ai[l subecriptions mest be paid in advance. DAILY. SeII-W.'LY. neyear, by mail,10.00 One year by mail, 5.00 tI e month , 1.00 Three mODnts" 1.0 )Ne week, yNNier, 231 BDingle copy...... IA I ity subncribers to Dailydelivered by carrier Advertisleg rates tnrnished on application. FThe Nirclation of the Tribune in rnIrthern M uthtiais guaranteed tl, exneedthat of y pa. r Ibblished in the terl0tu, T aosoner desiring their address changed must send their foNNrmer addreese; this ehould by remembered. Address: TaRIoNS PUBLISHING COMPANY, 'otat Falls. Montana. NO. 8825. FIIT NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,,,o,ooo Paid-Up Capital, $IO0,OOi! OFFIOERS: T E. COLLINS, . . PresidIentl L. G. PHELPS, . . Vice-President A E DICoKERMAn, . . . Cashier D L. TRACY, .. . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: C. A. BROADWATEB, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBBON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN...

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

GOING WESTWARD. PROGRESS OF THE MANITOBA RAIL ROAD SURVEY. The Manitoba May Build Down the Moo tenal River-Great Falls and Spo kane to be Linked by Imroa Bands, SPOKANE FALLs, Dec. 2.-The chief engineer of the Manitoba road left Koo tenai station yesterday for Bonner's ferry, on the Kootenal river, to look oven the country in the interest of his company. It io understood the Manitoba contem plates building down the Kootenai river to Bonner's ferry, thence southwesterly towards Spokane Falls. RUMORS OF A CONFERENOE The Usunal Talk of a Compromise Going 'the Rounds. HELENA, Dec. 8.-[bpecial to the TRIBUNE.]-AII the houses met this morning with usual result and adjourned. Rumors have been flying on the streets all the morning that there was to be a joint conference this afternoon to discuss the possibility of a solution of the trouble. Two hours' diligent search by your cor respondent failed to trace the origin of the report. Notwithstanding that the Independent aliuded to the matter t...

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

GREAT BOSTON FIRE. TWENTY BUILDINGS DESTROYED IN LESS THAN YOUR HOURS. The Great Store of Jordan, Marsh & Co. Burned Down--The Globe Theatre Meets the Same Fate-Losses $1o,000ooo,ooo. BosTON, Nov. 29.-There was a great fire in this city yesterday. It destroyed eleven valuable blocks. The loss is esti mated at $10,000,000. The fire began at 8:15 a m. In the large stone building at the corner of Kingston and Bedford streets, which was supposed to be fire proof. It burned like tinder and the flames rose hundreds of feet into the air. The flames spread rapidly and destroy ed the great retail dry goods house of Jordan, Mafsh & Co., the Globe theatre, the elegant Ames building and the new store of Brown, Durrel & Co. At noon the fire was under control. A rain storm aided the firemen greatly. Twenty of the finest buildings in the city were destroyed. SPRAY OF' THE FALLS. (From Saturday's Daily.) Walter Clarke of Choteau left for New York today. Mr. Ulm of Ulm left for his subur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 7 December 1889

GREAT F'AILS TRIBUNE. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION VOLUME VI. NUMBER 18 G(REAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1889, PRICE. FIVE CENTS TTTTlTT A~f~lY T ý . r s i r__. . . .. I RC LIV E T WINDOM'S WAY. HE MAKES AN OVERTURE TO THi SILVER PRODUCERS. The Sretanry Propses That Silver Cer tiflates on the Basis of Silver Bul lon-Money Loaned the Banks to s OCalled Is. WASBIINGTON, Dec. 5.-Secretary Win dom's report has appeared and is causing much discussion. His suggestion that silver certificates be issued on the basis of salver bullion is regarded as startlhng by the upholders of gold colnage, but does not meet with hearty approval from the friends of silver, who distrust the good will of the secretary. The information Windom givesregard ing the revenue corresponds with that in the president's message. Windom reaffirms the president's state ment that the money loaned to banks on bonds will be.called in. TRE ANACONDA MINE. Proop.eta that the Great Fire is Out BurTE, Dec. 8.-Matters about th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 7 December 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PDUBLISBED DAILY AND 5IEf-WMXLI ,HE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPALY. IINcOBPOBATYD) SUBSCRIPTION RATES. lll ensubscription must be paid in advance. DAILY. SeDMD-WEDLY , tneyetr by mail $I0.00 .One IDer, b six months, 1.00 I is months 1.6. (Ihe weeko,y crrierI, 21 Single o piY..... All city euberibers to Daily delivered by carrier Advertising rates furnished on applicatidon. 'lbs oiirulItioDn o the Trbune in L.ntllrtern MNntta it guaranteed to exeed that of lAy pa per published in the terrntuA oeostr¶ers desiring their address ohanged must send their former address; this should be remembered. A ddrmie, P~B~ PUBLIseINo CoPrANY, NO. 8626. FIllST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $S,oo,ooo Paid-Up Capital, $100,00 OFFICERB: T E. COLLINS, . • . President L. G. PHELP, . . Vice-President A E DIOKERMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TAY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: C. A BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBEBT VAUGHN, H. 0. COEN, ST. T. ARMINTON. A ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 7 December 1889

DISTRESS IN DAKOTA. SETTLERS IN BOTINEAU COUNTY MAKE A STRONG APPEAL. onr Details of the Grand Wedding in Helena - Brilliant Toilets - A Large Assemblage of the Leaders of Fashion. FAnoo, Dec. 6.-Settlers of Botineau county, North Dakota, have held a meet ing and resolved to, ppeal for pecuniary assistance to their more fortunate, charit able and Christian neighbors who are residents of the surrounding states. The Double Wedding. HELENA, Dec. 5.-The bridal party at the Floweree wedding consisted of Mr and Mrs S C Ashby, Mr and Mrs E W Knight, Mr and Mrs It S Ford, Sun River, Mr and Mrs H H Hill, Mr and Mrs O R Allen, Mr and Mrs S T Hauser, Cot and Mrs U A Broadwater, and Mr and Mrs J P Porter. Mrs D A Floweree, mother of the brides, was hahdsomely gowned in black peau de sole, trimmed with real lace. Mrs W K Floweree looked charming in her wedding dress ot white faille, seed pearl down front of skirt, round train and diamond Jewelry. Mrs S C Ashby, Smyrna velvet cos tume, slightly o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 7 December 1889

CITY COUNCIL. THE MAYOR AND AI4DERMEN IN THE NEW CITY HALL. Manly Matters of General Interest Under Conlalderation-The Street Raill road Franchibe Granted Unanimounly. [Fomm Weisdneay's DallI.1 All the aldermen except one were pies ent last evening when Mayor Fairfield arrived in the new council chamber and opened the proceedings. The mayor and aldermen appeared to enjoy their new home. There was a rich carpet on the floor, the walls were spot less white, a handsolae stove diffused ample warmth and the portrait of the first mayor, lion. Plris Gibson, looked down on the city fathers. There were, however, some signs of incompleteness. The table was not large enough and lacked the impressiveness that is expect ed at the aldermanic board. The supply of chairs was scanty, but perhaps the at tendance was larger than was expected. The aldermen might have remem bered that "first nights" at theatres and city councils are always invested with more than ordinary interest. Last even ing people ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 11 December 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION VOLUME VI. NUMBER 21 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 11, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS T A 1 t? l, - --"TT, T T'TA1T l . ......1 1 _. _... . i - - 1 - " .... LOAN EXHIBITION. PROPOSED DISPLAY OF GREAT PALLS CURIOSITIES. The Mineral, Artistic and Historic Co! lectiona or the Town and Vicin ity to be Brought to Light. A. grand project has been started by the Baptists of this city, which deserves the hearty support and co-operation of every one in town and country around. It is nothing less than to have here a loan ex hibition of curiosities, art and science. ii successfully carried out it will give Great Falls a status in the minds of eastern people above every other city in 1Montana and spread its renown far and wide. It will place Great Falls in the available positiod of being the leading city in this state for the advancement of education in science and art. It will be another great evidence of the enterpris ing character of our citizens...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 11 December 1889

3REAT FALLS TRIBUNE PeD.55551 DAILY AND 8sm.wz- L, THE TRIBIUNE PUBLISHIIN COMPANY. IaI n.nos]POR ] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mili subscriptions must be paid in advance. DALY. SaIR-WELY. Leyear. by mail One pyear by mail, .I $ Smonths 0 ix monsths 1. insemonth 100 Threeimontis" I. (neweek, arrier, 2 ingle copy,..... 5 A itcitg subsribers to Daily delivered by carrier Advertisns rstes futrnished on application. bs olrculslion of the Tribune In e.,rt.bern M.antans is ar an teed to exceed that of OIy pa per pnblished in the erontu 0 0 SeeaSLbe desiring their address changed L.st send their former address; this shsld be semembered. AEddress: TCeRAN PUBLaSHINO COrSANY, reist Fs ls. tMontana. NO. 3525. 6IST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $I,o,0o,ooo. Paid-Up Capital. $I00,000 OFFICERS: T E. COLLINS, . . . President L. G. PHELPS, . . Vice-President A E DICKERMIAN, . . Cashier D L. TsACY, . .. . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: 0. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGIINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYER...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 11 December 1889

BASELY STABBED. AL JEWELL, A RAILROAD ENGINEER HURT SEVERELY. $1. Asallant w.a Paul Sarage-No Pro vnctlion Glven by Jewell-Savage Evidently Mistook Him for Another Man-Jewell Improving. The quiet of Friday night was disturbed by on atrocious crime. About 7'o'clock Al Jewell, a railroad engineer was walk log along Central avenue in front of Barnes & pollett's ofice, Paul Savage met him and` aluted him. Jewell did not know Savage but he returned the salute. On his way back, Jewell met Savage again. "Who are you looking for?" said Savage. "I'm looking for no one," replied Jewell. Savage said thathe knew he was looking for some one and struck him with a trick knife. The blade which was about 8 inches long made a deep cut under Jewell's left arm, Al resented the assault. He knocked Savage down and punished him slightly. Jewel then started for the depot where he was soon to take out an engine. He felt blood trickling down his side and thus discov ered that he had been stabbed. He went...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 11 December 1889

PROGRESS IN KIBBEY INTERESTING LETTER ABOUT RURAL LIPFE. Travelers Numerous-Glorloun Sunets PostaI Reforms-A Michigan Set tlement - More Horses Brought in. [Speealn Correesondent of the Tribune.] KIBBEY, Dec. 6. 1889. Forty miles and more from GreatFalls, in the Upper Belt region a "pilgrim" asked one day last week, "Is there as much travel on this road every day as there has been today?" The answer was "yes, if the weather is good, and often more." Coming from one of the far eastern states, and a thickly settled part of it, there is something quite surprising in the fact that here, scores of miles from any centres of civilization, in this new country scarcely out of its swaddling clothes, there is more travel on the road, more people stirring and more business being transacted than in any of the rural dis tricts we have ever known beyond the Mississippl. Vehicles of all kinds, from the double decked, twelve horse-power "prairie schooner" to the stylish cosmo politan turnouts of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 14 December 1889

GREAT IFALLS TRIBUNE. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION VOLUME VI, NUMBER 24 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 14, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS ABOUT COPPER. GREAT FALLS' NOW CONCERNED IN TBIS INDUTRTRY. Bright Prospecmts for Copper Mines ani me.lters - Consumption rarea Ing - Good Pronfits Great Falls has become as interested in copper as m cattle or wool. The Boston & Montana 'smelter will in itself associate the city in men's minds with the great copper producing regions of the United States, as well as those of the world at large. The number of great copper mines is small. It is so small that the French syndicate was able, with the large capital at its command, to obtain entire control of the world's product. Montana, Mich igan, Arizona and Chill are the largest American producers of this mineral, which is found also in Spain and Eng land. A leading commercial authority says that copper is attracting more attention than at any time since the French com bination went under. After the bre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 14 December 1889

LIBERALITY PAYS. A Grand Christmas Present Given Away For the next 30 days we will present to each of our customers, who buys of us to the amount of $20, one of the following valuable Books : Milton's Paradise Lost, Dante's Purgatory and Paradise, Dore's Bible Gallery. These books will make a valuable addition to any library and are too well known to need any comment. CENTRAL AVENUE GREAT FALLS, AVENUE ~MONTANA. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SATURDAY DECEMBER 14. 188la. SEMI-WEEKLY THE CRISIS. The democratic senators who for 21 days have defied the plot and plans of the conspirators must not now surrender. In refusing to aid in perpetrating a great fraud, the democratic senators have done their duty and won the approval of the people who elected them. Their conduct has been approved also by the democratic party of the United States, which expects that the Montana democracy will "hold the fort" and thus hasten the day when the United States senate will be demo cratic, which it would be now if...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 14 December 1889

NO COMPROMISE. THE DEAD-LOCK CONTINUES UN BROKEN. r he Senate Can do Nothlng Final Indioations that the Present s of Representaives WI ·--- !! .I HELENA, Dec. 18.-The independent discusses the situation and declares that no compromise has been made. It says: "There can be no solution cth ~exift trouble that does comprelh.d ie t lute dissolution of one of the two bodties claiming to be the true house of repre sentatives. The organihion[aIftihe'didtd senate would settle nothing. One of the two houses must be wiped out. It must be settled once for all, right on t lat pr - position. Shall returntc'ig bh'ik o i bih ular majorities rule dl opt1nl epeo crate, what answer? The democratic senat.~r willt give a floal answer to the republican eight on Monday at 10 a. m. awfutirTA.W r 11 Sr. Louts, Dec. 1..-A asp to the Republican from 8t. P s S. Ostrom, cashier an k P Minneapolis depart Pioneer Press, is suspected of having started the fire which consumed the Min neapolis Tribune bdklidgiHetea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 14 December 1889

MORE QUERIES. GENERAL INFORMATION OX TIMELY TOPICS. Public LIands, thle all, Fruit Growing, Churches are Today's Topics Facts rut Tersely tr Busy Peopia. Is there good good government land to be had yet? The choicest tracts of land within 12 to 20 miles of Great Falls have been taken, butboyond this distance there arc thtlo sands of acres of gtood mud free. to the settler. What is the character of tie soil? The soil varies munch. The greater part of the rolling parirles have a dark loam which is very rich. In some places there is sand and in other places adobe mixed with the loam. As the foolt hill are approached the soil changes to a very black, loose loam and is much like tlhe rill of the celery filrms in Michigan and Ohio. It is generally conceded that the lands ndjaaont to the mountain ranges have richer soil and more froquent rnins than lands remote frlio the mountiains. Wild grasses umake i goll growth all over the county and wheraver these gras ses thrive it is suflicient evi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 December 1889

GREAT FALLS TRIi UNE. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION VOLUME VI. NUMBER 28 (REAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 18, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS ANOTHER MOVE. EiGHT DEMOCRATIC SENATORS TAKE THE OATH. SBulsness Done--The Senate Adjlourns Until Toenorrow-The nesnlar House IMay Order the Arreat of thE Republican Bolters. HIELENA, Dec. 16.--[especial to 1, TRIBUNE.]--Whenl the senate met this morning the eight democratic members filed into the senate chamber and took their seats. A large crowe filled the gal leries, Many members of the rump hotipe were on the floor of the chamber. After prayer Lieut. Gov. Rickards asked if the gentlemen were ready to take the etlh to which they replied in the affirm aiyse and Chief Justice Blake administer. i0 the iron clad oath. A ripple of ap plause came from the gallery, but was quiaokly suppressed bythe president. The senate then adjourned for the day. It has been stated around the capital this morning that the democratic house would during the day issue a warr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 December 1889

LIBERALITY PAYS. A Grand Christmas Present Given wy For the next 30 days we will present to each of our customers,, who buys of us to the amount of $20, one of the following valuable Books : Milton's Paradise Lost, Dante's Purgatory and Paradise, Dore's Bible Gallery. These books will make a valuable addition to any library and are too well known to need any comment. OENTRALENUE VV. .. ILaleigl. Co. GREAT FONANA., AVENUIE ./ `" MONTANA. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 18. 1880. SEMI-WEEKLY TRADE CANTiER. Many cities aspire to do a whole sale trade. They want to become jobbers, but they are often overshad owed by some great rival which does all the trade of the country and leaves none for the young aspirant. Great Falls expects to do a large wholesale trade. Her hope does not spring from vanity. It is based on sound business principles. In the first place she is remote from Chicago, Minneapolis, St. Paul and Duluth. The commercial border land between these cities is all the ...

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