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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 4 January 1890

n ItnITIMaIge I RM AL . TATE TET**. Damste h eateona smesto at ra Wil .,edea s.,m Tomn per taz.-ama otf 1attn's Etch a, Jan. 8.-The Inter.Mountain that in the past year $1,000,000 were in Butte real estate. It esti the monthly pay roll of the min panles at $617,500. Among the men of Butte It names Judge Davis, a Daly, W. A. Clarke, Thomas h . X. Larable, John Noyes;J. A. iA. W. Barnard. says: '.The Boston & Montana's new ter at Great Falls, who completed, treat not less than 2,000 .tons pet Butte Miner says thOt when the Falls smelter is completed the stanl View mine will commence to cot its ore of which there are now tons in sight at the 60O-fot level a, to smy nothing of the vastbodies h greet the eye at every turn ghoet the whole mine. PRIDIlNvO A GOOD TAIAr. remsasgt Oalook for Trade-astness Men Oonaue Ln the Opinion. nw Yoa. Jan. &-The Bun prints In armed form the opinions of the smen of the country as to the of trade and commerce for the 1800. Leading and representativ...

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. — 4 January 1890

THE HION. H. W. GRAi)Y. ORATOR AND EDITOR AND PROMI NENT MAN OF AFFAIRS. SLetch or One of the Best Menl o the New Sooth--His lecollections of the War-Hli Ef.orts to Obliterat Sertlonnal Aalnmsity. The late Henry W. Grady, of Georgia, editor and publicist, was one of the most prominent if not the ablest of the leaders of the south. Unlike Gordon, I'itzhugh Lee, ex-Governor Brown and o.hers of the Confederate survivors, who at the closeof the war accepted the situation and placed themselves abreast of the times to bring back prosperity to the south, Grady was a man of the young genera tion. tIe was, therefore, clear in record and free from the prejudicesof the great political contests of the past. The position that he occupied before the reading and thinking world was remarkable for one man at any crisis of life, and especially for aman of lfer. Grady's years. Ite was editor of The Atlanta Constitution, a strong southern organ, and contributor to many first class northern periodicals;...

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. — 8 January 1890

* GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION VOLfMU VI. NUMBER 45 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNEBDAY. JANUARY 8, 189, PRICE. I IVE CENTS Great ale. You can g 14 UNDERWEAR -AT- -FOR THE ST '50 DAY DQBl't Miss this Sale. We want to Unload to make room for one of the most complete lines of Spring and Summer Goods ever brought to Great Falls. COME EARLY1! ht't Wait! Proprietor. *ut Dour to ft Nua Bous ak, THE SAME RESULT. THE TWO NOUmeg MHET, RUT NO QUOMUM PRESENT. The Supreme Court Moats Today sad Adopts thn Salea of the T tertorial Court. t Hua EA, Jan. S. --(Special to the Tat stas.}-The hontes men at anon to joint I sestion. One ballot was taken which re sulted " followae Clark, SO2: aginnia, 1 87. The speaker announced that no I quorum had voted and no choice re- I suited. Adjourned until 1tomorrow. I The supreme ouort met today at noon t and adopted the rules In force by the ter ritorial supreme court. DEATH OF OGUMEMAL OR32N3. The eas arvslOW Gemael Jans the "In wasaeeshla Tbheag"-A N...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 8 January 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WRDNOSDAY. JANUARY . 1865. SEMI-WEEKLY GOV. HAUSER INTERVIEWED. Ex-Gov. Hauser has favored the public with an interview, in which he gives his opinions of the situation and sets forth, in his judgment the mistakes that have been made by the democrats in the remarkable contest since the convening of the legisla ture. While he doesn't say so, the ex-governor doubtless thinks that the greatest of these was the failure of the caucus to select Hon. Samuel T. Hauser as one of the United States senators. This action would doubt less have covered a multitude of minor sins and probably render it unnecessary that he should have been interviewed at such length. Mr. Hauser holds that the demo crats made a grave mistake in going into the senate and thus aiding in the organization of that body. In this he is sustained by many demo crats. The latter had the vantage ground and should have held it to force a fair investigation of the dis puted Silver Bow precinct-let the result ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 8 January 1890

cLAfK-MAGINNIS. WIa! WEAWOS8 woats ? SWATalG salAtOWW TODAY. Uteelee the roll VYte of the Jilet py -l5ap speeshee Ma"e by 'saetea5 clrk and Meaginal Wapy ave Fiet Oafsaddaes it the Fateness ..f the U& S. Snaute. xA. Jan. 7.{Special to the Tam )-The senate and house met in at sesiton at noon. There wasta quo present. On the first ballot Hon. A. Clark and Major Martin Maginnis ived 87 votes and were declared Both gentlemen were escorted to the by a committee amid great en lecm. Senator Clark then addressed the briefly dwelling upol the unfor circmstances attending the lion to statehood which are de by every Montanian. He believed facts are fully understood by all the e of the Union. He was eure that ry right thfnking man approved the pursued by the democrats in the rsy. They have done so in de of all the principles involved inthe is of atufage. The contest will now rcred to the floor of the senate it will be eventually decided by who have at heart the welfare of all le of thi Unio...

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. — 8 January 1890

AMONG THE MINES. BRIGHT PROSPECTS POR BARKER THIS YEAR. An Intimation That Barker Is Golng Ahead of Neihart, Whieh Will Stir Up the Other Camp-Bright Days Ia Strer for All. (Beesial Correspondence of theTanuase.) BARnEs, Jan. 1, 1890. Christmas is over and so is the grand ball which by the way was a grand suc cess, there being present over 50 couple. Neihart turned out splendidly and many of the old-timers once inhabit ants of Barker, took the occasion for an excuse to revisit their old home and all were pleasantly surprised at the steady progress of Barker. Barker enjoyed the reputation for seo eral years of being the deadest camp in Montana and especially in the Belt mountains, but now she is coming firmly, steadily and fairly to'the front and is looked upon with pleasure at home and with envy by her neighbors. Nelhart that has for a long time held the scepter of superiority, slowly but surely relaxing her grasp and is taking the same philo sophical stand as the steamboat captain,...

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. — 11 January 1890

GREAT FLLS TRIBUNE, SEMI -W ,EKLY EDITION VOLUME VI. NUMBER 47 GRET FAIM ~ ONTANA. SATURDAY. JANUARY '11, 1890. PRICE, FIVE CENTS A FELT - SHOES f0 s at FOR MEN. U P1 de di 01 The Celebrated Al- : fred Dolge Felt Shoes. These Shoes are the most comfortable to t wear in cold weather ol ever produced, and aii will ' dl In tb al di wear bike Leather de te Cl 91 be It tl GET A PAIR AND i BE HAPPY. Thes Shos ar t a We have turned out lots of Underwear since our special sale began, but have enough left to supply a good many other customers. Don't l miss this sale. We mean to clear it all out in 30 days. This is the time to buy anything in the Clothing, Gents' fur nishing goods,hats, caps and boot and shoe line; we want to reduce our stock in every depart ment and will make every inducement to you to buy now. We are still giving an elegant book entitled the En cyclopedia of Law, 656 pages. of the most use ful information, free to all$20 cash purchasers. Mail orders promptly attended to. AN...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 11 January 1890

;TREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PrLnUP &LI AND nsatm-wtIIL THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHIBG COMPANY. Fr.coaro.sa.e] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail snbscriptionu mest be paid in advance. DAILY. SM-LWL.ZXL!. IM F:oe r bymail,$10.0 One year, by mail, P.00 nmonth I.:0hee months I. e Week, ny carrier, III Sinle oopy....... All oity subscribers to Daily delivered by carrier Advertisng rate tfralshed on applicatIon. The oirculation of the Tribune in northern '--ontanaes a mrnteed to exceedthat of sty pa per publtinhed i the terrtuc7 nasoeribers declrins their addres chanced must seind their former addcrs; this should be remembered. Addres: TRIBUlce PUBLismNO CoMPANc, (tre.t Falls, Muntana. NO. 88a6. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. 4 Authorized Capital, iooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000 OFFIOERS: T E. COLLINs, . . . President L. G. PRELPS, . . Vice-President A E DOcmxunAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRAC,.. . Ass't Cashier DIREoTORS: 0. A BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBBRT VAUGHN, H. 0. COW...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 11 January 1890

MORE FREE LAND. (OVERt TWO HUNDRED THOUIIAED ACREI OF RIOR LAND RELEfASED. Rich Mineral and 1ise Timber Lands Thrown Open--Soomers Ready to Move to the Reserve. SPOKAu n FALLS, Wash., Jan. 10.-A conference between the Cuear d' Alene Indians and the ollcers of the govern ment was held at Desmet mission, re suilted In the signing of atreaty by which 990,000 acres of the most valuable land of the COsur d' Alene reservation was cenveyed to the United States. The tract conveyed embraces the largest portion of the beautiful tCmur d' Alene lake and a large amount of rich mineral and fine timber lands. The Indians were well satisfied on all points, and signed the treatywillingly. Willis Sweet, chief jus tine of the supreme court of Idaho; Col. William R. Wallace, of the town of Wal lace, and Major George A. Manning, of P'ost Falls, represented the governament, and Chief Seltia and eight of his head chiefs represented the Indians. For sev eral months boomere have been camping on the borders ...

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. — 11 January 1890

AS TO NEW NAVAL DRILLS THE NEW INVENTIONS ARE MAKING GREAT CHANGES NECESSARY. wares oas Ls 1C in Geed shape is lis Matter Beeaess is New lhips Are Wew I Nlumber, but Perhaps He Wil Pll Through somehow. Just at present almost all the nations of the'world that have an army or a navy are interested in the subject of new drills and manuals to sunit the changes that mechanical improvements have brought about in small arms and artillery, powders and projatirs. The United States naval service is rather peculiarly situated in this respect, as the change from the obsolete wooden ve Ai qOA nTsa. eels to the new steel cruisers is only just began, and the older systems of drills are carried out oh board of the very large majority of naval vemels now in commission. Should the various propo stions for the incorporation of a naval reserve, now so much talked about throughout the country, be carried into efaeot, the drills will have, by sheer force of circumstances, to partake more of the nature of...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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