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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 December 1889

NO COMPftO1ISE. STRONG OPINIONS FROM THE PRESS AND PEOPLE. The Gallatin Dneeocrats Stand tby the Popelna Cnause-Heinl. lButte nd Anaconda Are S'Round on the Main Question, liELENA, Dec. 17-The position of the Independent Is as follows: "There can be no solution of the existing trouble that does not comprehend the absolute dissolution of one of the two bodies claimiug to be the true house of repre sentatives. One of the two houses must be wiped out. It must be settled once for all, right on that proposition. Shall returning boards or popular majorities rule Montana? Demoecrats, whatanswer?" No Surraener. ANACONDA, Dec. 17.-The Standard says: "Make the rejection of the tunnel pre cinct a precedent, and coming elections will find many a polling place in this state the object of easy dicker am.d the instrument for defying the popular will and it won't take millionaires to do it either. The people want to know whether these things are to be, and tihe outcome is of mbre account to them ti...

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. — 18 December 1889

UPPER BELT. A GARDEN SPOT OF CASCADE COUNTY DESCBIBED. A Paituresque Reglou-The Soll Rieh, And Doem Not Give Out-Wheat and Oats Plourish There. This is the most picturesque part of Cascade county, where the skies are ever blue and the fields are ever green. Fol lowing the course of the Belt, a typical mountain stream fed by the melting snows of the mountain tops and living springs from their sides, its cold, snark ling waters come dancing down through the narrow mountain gorges, tumbling over rapids, catching a thousand irridi scent lights, gliding with rippling laugh ter between grassy banks in the low lands or stopping a moment in some shady pool to couquette with a troup of speckled beauties hidden there. No region was ever more favored by the water nymphs than this, and as though Nature meant to smile exclusively upon this lovely valley, an almost impassible mountain barrier rises abruptly on the farther side of the Belt, hedging us in with a background of landscape in its noble...

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. — 21 December 1889

GREAT FALLS I'RIBUNE SEMI-WEEKLYi EDITION VOLUME VI. NUMBER 311 UREAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 21. 1889, PRICE. FIVE CENTS THE SENATE MEETS. LIEUT. GOV. RICKARDS ADMITS THAT IT I8 NOT ORGANIZED. lmes Mysterious Doeuments Laid on the President's Desk-Hedges Pro poses a Joint Caucus--The Senant Adjourns. HELENA, Dec. 18.--Special to the TRIBUNE.]-The senate met at 12 o'clock, with all but Brown present. After roll call the sergeant-at-arms pro tem pre sented two communications. Lieut. Gov. Rickards examined them and placed them on his desk. Senator Parberry (dem.) moved that they be read, but the president said he would exercise his judgment in the mat ter. As the senate was not permanently organized he would withhold them for the present. Senator Hedges (rep.) then moved that the senate adjourn until 10 o'clock to morrow and that a joint caucus be held in the meantime to discuss a permanent organization. Senator Redd (dem.) moved that the senate adjourn to 2 p. m. Satur A l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 21 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. ENTRALVENUE. R a eigh o GREAT FALLS, AVENUE ý MONTTANA. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1889. SEMI-WEEKLY LAND OFFICES. In the recent campaign it was rep- t resented that Tom Carter was over flowing with good will for this place g and all north Montana. Yet his first c act in congress is to propose two land offices, one at Missoula and the a other at Lewistown, leaving Great Falls out in the cold. We do not be- f grudge Fergus county a land office but we object decidedly to placing 1 any part of Cascade county under its I control. Such would be the case if t the district is allowed the liberal limits of 110...

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

A DARING OUTRAGE. RICKARDS OVER-RIDES THE STATE CONSTITUTION. gtubborn Iteststance Maske by Senators Iaker, Tthorntll iad Ii'arherry Sevel sytes Ued to Elect. Hn.at orinI O ~eear. HELENA, Dec. 20.-In the senate yes terday, Hedge (rep.) moved that officers be elected. Fisher (rep.) seconded the motion. Baker (decm.) nailed for the ayes and nays. Rickards, wlho was presiding, said: "In the absence of any rules of this body, it is not necessary to call the ayes and nays." This outrageous decision brought Sen ator Parberry to his feet. lie quoted section 10 arlicle 5 of thile constittilon, which reads: "A majority of each hotuse shall constitute a quorum to do busiess," etc. The lieutenant covernor insisted on his position. He said. "That is so after orglnization, but I shall rule that Itis not necessary to call the aye and noes." A vote was taken, seven republican votes beiua cast, but none from the democratic side. By this time it had become known whit was goina iri, aln the lobby and...

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

SPRAY OF THE FALLS. [From Wednesday's Dally.] Beautifully bright, balmy, bracing weather. Al. F. Gleason and Chas. MIlcIntyre drove in from the Lakes today. Winm. Barret and J N. Berryman from Maiden are registered at the Park. Miss Young of Butte,, who is visiting Captain Couch's family, is in the city. C. B. Yale of St. Paul, the adjuster of claims against the Great Northern is here on butiness. The skating rink was flooded the sec ond time yesterday and is now in splen did condition. Mr. Beachly's old store is to be occu pled by a dealer in eggs, butter, cheese and green groceries. The display of unique watches and clocks in H. Rinugwald's window keeps a crowd before it constantly. J. F. Weimiescary, the well known commercial traveler, has gone tot Chiccago for the Christmas holidays. Jo. Webber, the chief manager at tllh Couch ranch, is down interviewing ouri merchants in regard to Christmas goods. Mrs. Thos. Couch and family are in the city from their elegant Sun river home. Sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 25 December 1889

GREAT f ALLS 'IRIB-UNE. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION VOLUME VI. NUMBER 34 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 25, .1889, PRICE, FIVE CENTS MAD 11 U D ATTTI Duly Conllrmed. M A TIUL T unnuman - v -- I MORE FRAUD. THE BOLTER8 WILL ATTEMPT TO ELECT UNITED STATES SENATORS. They will Hold a Canuus this Evening The Regular House May Elect Uni ted Stales 8euators-Calls for Energetli Action. HELENA, Dec. 22.-[Special to the TRIBUNE.]-The republican programme is to proceed immediately with the elec tion of United States senators. The republican senators and represen tatives are to meet in caucus tonight to nominate United States senators. The republican senators and the rumps will then each vote separately for United States senators and afterward probably go into joint session. If deemed expedient the democratic senators and representatives will also elect United States senators. The differ ent houses will meet at 2 o'clock this afternoon. The democratic representatives are strongly in favor of...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 25 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 GREAT M ANA. MONTANA. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 25. 1889. SEMI-WEEKLY POPULAR OBJECI'IONS. 1. "Iam too oldto go west." This re mark is often made by men in the forties and fifties in the east. They deem them selves too old "to pull up stakes." The best answer that can be made to such ob jection is to point to the experieoce of millions of people of middle age who have attained prosperity in the west. The founders of California, Montana and the Dakotas were largely men of mature years. They laid the keel of the ship of state. The young men came and helped to build her up. As a rule, the middle ag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 25 December 1889

THE GARDEN SPOT. PRACTICAL INFORMATION RELATING TO-CASCADE COUNTY LANDS. The Climate-The Soil and the Genleral Appearance of Cacnade County The Crope that She Produaes. The vast possibillties of agriculture in Cascade county can hardly be appreci ated by one who has not given the sub ject thorough study. This county has an average length from east to west of 66 miles and a breadth of 85 miles. It is nearly twice as large as the state of Rhode Island. The surface comprises level bottom lands lying along the rivers, high rolling prairie, or bench land, and mountains. The greater part of the area is high rolling prairie, through which flows numerous streams. These streams are fed largely by springs which are nu merous in nearly all parts of the county. In the spring and early summer when the grass is green and the air is laden with the perfume of flowers which are scat tered broadcast over the prairies NO MORE BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY can be found than here, where the sur face sometimes stret...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 25 December 1889

DARK DEEDS. THEY ARE CALLED TO MIND BY Mo DONELL'S DEATH. A Romance in Real Life on the Dearborn -The Part Which McDonnell Played in the Moore Tragedy. The suicide of J. C. McDonnell at the d Grand Central hotel in Helena, recalls vividly to mind one of the most noted g tragedies that ever occurred in northern Montana, that which resulted in the death of William Moore and wife at their home on the old Benton and Helena road, a few miles from the Dearborn. This occurredt in 1886, and no one who was in Montana I, at that time will fail to recall the particu lars of the fearful tragedy, of which Mc- t Donnell was the direct cause. f Mr. and Mrs. Moore kept a "station" and their place was popular with travel- i ers. They enjoyed a wide acquaintance v throughout the territory, and as a conse quence their tragic end was the topic of i the day. The circumstances leading to 1 it showing McDonnell's connection, are briefly as follows: In the fall of 1881 the Moore children had attained an ag...

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

GREAT FIALLS TRIBUNE, SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION VOLUME VI, NUMBER 87 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 28, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS . . . . . . . . . . . ,. . . , "T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . GEORGE WREN SHOT. WILLIAM BROWN SHOT AT HIM TWICE WITH A RIFLE. Brown Flees nto a Mine-A Large Crowd Assembles-He Subsequently Surrenders and is Lodged in Jail Here, While people were enjoyingthemselves yesterday in Band Coulee they were dis turbed by'news of a shooting affray. All kinds of rumors were in circulation and much excitement was evinced. It appears that in the afternoon Will lam Brown, a miner who had been drink ing freely, met George Wren and a quar rel ensued. Wren was going away when Brown,.who was armed with a Winches ter rifle, fired at him and hit him in the thigh. Wren fell on the ground and was carried thence to his house, where he re ceived all possible care. Doctor De Vere, who was sent for hurriedly, exam ined the wound and declared that it was dangerous, but ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 28 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 librar and are too well known to need any comment. AVENUE GREAT MONTANA. :.REAT FALLS TRIBUNE PDDLISB 'OIULD AND SDX-f-WMKLY THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPARY, [IN.ORPoBATED] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail snubriptions must be paid in advance. uDA~ . SDb-w onKLN. eneyear byma, $10. 00 neyear, bymail,8.9 SBIne month 1.00 Three months" 1.0 Ine week, oyarrier, 25 ingle copy... A 11 oity subsribers to Daily delivered by carrier Advertising rates nurnDished on application. The oircnlation of the 'libune in northern MlntDna is garanteed to exceedthat of yD pa er opublished in the telm$ret Oiasoriners desiring their address changeD must send their former address; this should be rememb...

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

A SILVER BOW PLOT. IT WAS NOT OF THE JACK AND HALL KIND, HOWEVER. aour Young Rasala Try to Blackmail Hon. W. A. Clark-The Plot Discov ered-The Conspirators Want ed to Make $400,000. lUTTE, Dec. 27.--[Special to the TRIBIrE.]--Much surprise was caused here yestenday when it became known that an attempt had been made to black mail Hon. W. A. Clark. Mr. Clark received a letter, written in pure dime novel style informing him that unless he paid the writer $400,000 he would kill him outright or at any rate he would camp onbhis trail until he did kill him. l'he writer obligingly offered to call next day at Mr. Clark's bank for the $400,000. Mr. Clark sent word to the police and a detective was assigned to watch for the person who would ask for the expected package. At the appointed hour yesterday after noon a youth called for the package. He was at at once arrested. This arrest was followed by that of another youth who was asked by the police to write a letter to his father. tie complied....

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

THE PEOPLE OF BI{AZIL. THEY ARE OF MANY NATIONALITIES, AND HERE ARE SOME TYPES. The ]Republic Is "Land Poor" and It1 N'atlral Resources Are Almost lound less-The Future of the Country Is satter for Speculation. The new republic--the United States of Brazil-is "land poor." In it are 8,200,000 square miles and at least thirty two distinct peoples, counting only such BRAZILIAN GnANDEE, mixtures as are visible to the naked eye. And these races range all the way frotl red-brown cannibals to cultured white Christians, while of the vast land area at least a. fifth is unexplored and at least a third is unbroken tropical forest-low land forest. much of it, a perfect jungle in which the summer months are fatal to Aryan vigor, and at all seasons deadly serpents and venomous insects abound. There are, says Agassiz, over one hun dred species of valuable woods, while other explorers add that in much of the lowland forest every bush has a thorn and every insect a sting, every worm is vile, and eve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 1 January 1890

1 ' /' / GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. Historical Socety of Montana. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION I Le VI. NUMBER 40 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 1, 1896. PRICE, FIVE CENTS :BDUSY CHOTEAIU. 5630 9 ?EOUPNPOITY ANlD EAPPI. N. M , ABOUND. * *, e raaad-A Sceesesfal t" eaad. OnoranV, Dec. 98,1880. o ie n-so called-has been th il d of sheap on' one of ons' ranpt . Some time ago he re ceived Mtthority to sell a number of ahee.iadi Nov. 80th sold to F. D. S head in, hich Joe had a . The day following Joe 01a4 by $o PFrenchmen left with g 8 pseapgel they were going to the tu aor.s sheep and expected ps~ht ' two weeks. The two *itcok to the Lyon's ranch Iftite .after the patties let. then."' has been heard of Joe - compkiOn i They had with them k for $8i.01 drawn on the Mer Ntio' s. l bank, Helena, and it Is itehrertht they have met with flay or have cosolnded to return it tice. Two satwho were left at the 'tlh with al O 1100 head of sheep are aot and have sent a mes E. Brady, one of Great Falls' i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 1 January 1890

LIBERALITY PAYS. 4 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 librar' and are too well known to need any comment. AVENU 7. 3. Raleig . d o. A MTANA., :REAT FALLS TRIBUNE PULIsBrr t"tr 8ND eMIEN-WaW5 'BE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. fIsNOaonrATe] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Heil subeeriptions mnut be paid in advance. nle year.by mail, =10.W One yearbymail, 8S.0 +i: monthe." 1.W Th mmonthst" 1..50 i ne month" lI.tIThreemonts" .0 flnweek, nyosrriere, 2 2 single copy ...... AIt city nnbscribers to Dailydelivered by oCrrier Adversti·ng rates furnished on application. T'he circulation of the Tribune in northern M ,ntana is guaranteed excerntd that nof uy pa per vnblished in the terratulA An.Anefers desiring their ddreetss changeod yuost send ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 1 January 1890

BUSINESS AFFAIRS. INT IrBViW WITr i TOAMA GOm A OAN ON TNAds ANrD FNANCE. Mr. ehae.a. Ipesak lzteaatingiy or the etfsd s-e Qattile Seom a EasInstsa Peint f Titew the ladestriallkireaiiee ea area aPais--iound Ieatraiflgad Resonieng. Thomas Gahaga., the mortgage banker aad representative of the New York J.A Insurance company, returned re cently from a business tour through Northern Montane, including the Judith region and the mining districts of the alt mountatn. He Was interviewed to day by a Tartnu8e reporter, regarding the general condition and prcspects of North *ontana from a business point of view. "What is the general state of trade?" he was asked. aIt is sotted," Mr. ahagan replied. "I find that the stores Mere and elsewhere carry large sto.ks ann are close buyers. Their credit, o general, is A 1. They turn over their stocks qauickly'and make large sales, the bulk'of which are at 80 days time. Wha is your general impression of "iL rve that i L:l ettled by a thrifty, enterprisi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 1 January 1890

THE EPI'DEMIC LA GRIPPE. "RUSSIAN INFLUENZA" CAUSED BY AN INFUSORIAL PARASITE. Ahstnmos Clliarts a Famnlar Aqualat mnsof !lentists for Yease Past-sHow e Leeks U:nder a MoierM .pe--.Ulladerl rters Treat Him ats "a Common Cold." Telegraphic reports of the spread of the so called "Russian influenza," or "la grippe," demonstrate that it in a veritable epidemic. Each victim is likely to prove a center of infection for all about him. So it spread fast in Europe and it has al ready shown itself at least to some ex tent in America. And it has always been communicated by infection as now. Phy alcians - many of them -- ignorantly treated it as "a cold," doing more harm than good. 4 5 6 According to newspaper reporta there are even yet gentlemen writing "M. D." after their names who say: "We hope we shall succeed in locating the 'grippe' bacillus." That was done with scientific perfection as long ago as 1885, by Dr. J. II. Salisbury, of New York city. Dr. Salisbury was in charge of the state l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 4 January 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE, SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION VOLUME VI. NUMBER 42 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY. JANUARY 4, 1890. PRICE, FIVE CENTS I I . . . . . -... SENATE CONTEST. MAGINNIS AND CLARK WILL BE CHOSEN BY THE LEGISLATURE. N4e Republiee Jomt Seselon goes Through the PIrmalittyof"leeting"l Sandess nnd Power-Mach ExeltOmeat when the " Hone "a. eetesi" Co. Sandrs. HELENA, Jan. 2.--[Special to the Tarn NE.]-Tlherepublitans met in joint sea sion today and elected Thomas C. Power as the second enastor. The news of Powers' election is re ceived in the city with varied feelings. Many persons think it will injure the party and hurt perhaps the city when the choice of the capital comes to bI made 1809 or thereabouts. But it is understood that Sanders is quite willing that Power shall pay the costs of the con test which will have to be made in Wash inton. I~e Mantle and J. B. Read are said to be retreating towat.ie Butte denouncing Hlelena's greed And swearing vengeance. The democrats held no joint...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 4 January 1890

TREAT FALLS TRIBUNE MuLnw lsr L AND stm-WLT THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, fIrconPoaAtl] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 1ll subscriptions must be paid in advanoe. HAIL?. IUmI-WZ mlt. -le ya, by m ail, $I0.0 One yesar, b ma i$.H0 : months, 1m a Six months I10 -)ia month " 1.0 Three months" 1,00 ine wek,y nrcarrier, ' single copy....... All city mbhoribers to Daily delivered by carrier Advertising rates tfrnished on application. .e eircniation tof the Tribune in t.,.rthern hI'atana is guaranteed to axceed that of .Y pa ter published in the terrtturT nstoorabers desiring their address thanged ,nast send their former addreass; this should be remembered. 4eait Fails. luaotna. NO. 8525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $ s,oo,o.oo Paid-Up Capital, $I00.0b! OFFiOERS: T' E. CoLLIIN, . . . President L. 0. PHELPS, . . Vice-President A E DICKERMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TAo, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: 0. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGtINNIS. PARIS GIBSON, IRA MTYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. ...

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