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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 22 August 1891

E WEEKLY TRIBUNE sPltAY' OF THE FALLS. N' hlixp)AY'M DAILY. of the very pleasantest features \orth Montana Fair association hal been the music of the Boston t itani hand. The boys who play 1 winers and number twenty-one, din the leader, Mr. Samuel B. Tro ,Ahe instrumentation includes a ln, b flat cornet, first and second It clarionets. e fiat clarionet, four b clarionets, three altos, two tenors, a )r tromndane, baritone, e flat, b flat double b bass, and a bass and tenor n The music has been in every perior and the clan, of numbers ed throughout ispeculiarlyexcellent. city is indebted for their appearance apt. Couch, president of the associa r. J. 11. Fairfield, contract surgeon he western extension of the Great thern, is enjoyilg afew day. with hests of friends in Great Fall.. He 1 ,rts work on the extension moving g rapidly. The big bridge across o Medicine is completed, but track ing is delayed a few days by another Ige a few miles beyond. This will be leted within a week and th...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 22 August 1891

TWOIONS OF POWDER EXPLODE Two Humnia Ielings Blown to aAtomcee Only ShredlM of Flesh Could H1. +:nthererl of Their Hreoeiiii. A NUMBER INJURED BY FLYING DEBRIS. A 1'+rt3t eef Ameeeeican Stud~ent.~ Meet withe a SNld Advlentuire Whlaje Baithing act Itomne. 3lvaiterieeoe ('iarniestane'ee Surroueeund~ing tier Taking-4Jffof Twio I'eIrddn.4 at Dlieever. 0ol iaR:Ita 'till. XPLltOUION. Tate Tai. of Igatted el ltatia-a-tle (a f'. ill N-alitha oN %avrtalt l'ra'.aa . fitHrayaraa:. W. Va.. Aug. 11. This aarning anout 8:310 o'a'lck at isitalder fai t try on the ()hia river, at Kellogg. W. \ia..four mtiles below IHantington.bllew ip fromn saoie unknown cause. The explot sion was in the glazing mill. which was alout twenty-tfie feet spare and twosta rias high. 'there were about two tons of pltwder in it at the time of tlle- explosioa. 'wo workanen.a n liin Bayliss anl'I Tot thy 'atoaney. were lloa n to atoms. only un rae-'gnizable strit-is of humla t-esh coual te gathered of tlt it remains. I leor...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 22 August 1891

EAU WEEKLY TRIBUNE, PilAY oF THE MALLS. ,%lt'ltjAYMS DAILY. ad'i trnin to Monarch proves to It u4444n 4dation to the traveling 44T lr General Eaton has notified lenot lan1 flice that townships 1i an d :i west, in Cascade county, PIet 7 west, Lewis and Clarke, and Iplete is, weet in Chateau county, have d res reveyed and are ready for entry. f the ty United States Marshal Evans trib heriff Murphy of Alberta gut east lound train yesterday with a ial a id Iprisoner. It was one Hatha l1~ is wanted across the line for g a horse and buggy. Hathaway to be the first man extradited ontana became a state. horse Turk Franklin of B. C. Hol id Wbles, has a record of 2:1734, and is in the free-for-all trot today. Dot, is a son of Prospect, the stallion for many years four townsman, t Vaughn, many of his get being in this cit' and county. Three of are in training at the track and ralnise of good speed. ke Bros., the well known wool rs of C'hoteau, have filed fifteen al ltaations on gold and silver...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 22 August 1891

One Third 6ff on all Summer Clothing .:. : UNDERWEAR AND SUMMER SHIRTS. - - - - - - - NATE WERTHEI FIRST NATIONAL BANK. OF GREAT FALLS, MONT. Authorised ('atital .` .......$(f4O 1idup Capital ...... ......... ',( OFFIC'ERS: T. E. (Coiling .................bPeidn, J. 'r. Arminarton ........... Vioe Preaideni A. E.4tDiekertnan ..... .... ... ashitis i. iI. Matteson . . . Assistant taobii C. A. Brsadwater, John Lepley. P'aris (siboan. Ira Myers, Holiert Vaughn, H. 0. ('taiwen. J. Boakwal or, .' Jhe H. Mcinighit, A gene. al banklng buelnees transacted. Ex. change drawn on the principal points in the stae and Europe. Prompt attention given to collection.. Intereat allowed on lime deposits. THE CASCADE BANK OF GREAT FALLS. MONT. incorporated npr the law. of Mon. Capital. . . ....u Surplus... . . . .. 1!(,000 S. F. Atkineon ..............Pre idlent Jacob Switzer... Vice President F. P. A~tkidnon.............. ahe W. W. Miller.. .. ..Assistant Cashier DAaaClTnD a: S. E. Atkinson. F. P. Atkl...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 29 August 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. LU3E IX. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATUI7IDAY MORNINCG, AUGUST 29, 1891. NUMBER 89 OPENING DAY, all Styles DUNLAP'S lebrated Hats. . Nathan, THE ONE-PRICE LOTHIER, 222 Central Ave. TA U\CII. S. I). RICE. THEIC ANHATTAN en's Furnishers Merchant Tailors. A New and Elegant Line of ,urnishing Goods from the cele 'rated house of Wilson Brothers, ;hicago. A very fine line of English ;itings imported directly from uguste, Durmenil & Co. of ondon, England. H. HALBACH & CO. TWENTY KILLED OUTRIGHT, One of the Most Diast,.rons Plilroad Wrecks In the Ilsitory of North Carolina. CAUSED BY THE SPREADING OF THE RAILS Twenty Passengers Were lnstantly Iurled into Eternity and Nine Seriously Injured. The Scene of the Wreck Beggars Description- A List of the Killed and Wounded. RAII.IOAD WRECK. Twenly Killld Oulrliglt lld nllly Ner lously Injured. CaInoArr'IOT, N. C., Aug. 27.- One of most disastrous railroad wrecks known in the annals of this state occurred this morning about ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 29 August 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. PIUBLIHED DAILY AND WEEII.T BY THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. SI Nt' )li'IAT D. J SUBSCRIPTION RATES. i! uhberipti',on mu9t he paid in advance. DAIt.0. I WEEKLY. tne y99ir by uluil,u.1,m , n y9.9 r. by mail. $31.0) Nix Il,~fhle, " 1 , s.ix monthY., " 1.:0 l tin" untth. " .o I Hr..' in tni e," 1.01) Oue wo.,k, by carrier i tingle, copy, - 5 All city 9 hubh ri. ,rttt, I)9aily elivured by carrier. AdIverti~ing. rat.. furnished 1n atpplication. 'T)h eiroulItin of the Tribune in e orthrn Moantana Is.ulrunteed to exceed that of any Pli per pjialie)hed in Lthe state. abh.9rilhru dl9tritux their adllre9l changed nmurt aend their f.rmer addreas; this should be reln.mnbered. Addres.: TaaBUNxE PCBLIRUIN9 COMPANY, Great Falls. Montana. SATUIIDAY. AUUIIUf 20. 1001. BENCH LAND FARMINU. The present season has witnessed a revelation, and at the saume time, worked a revolution in bench land farming in northern Montana. The revelation con sists in the phenmnmenally heavy yieldsof...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 29 August 1891

EATH DEALING EXPLOSION dfl C(alamity in the' Metropolis -The I)rad Numbered by Hlndreds, ARE BURNED OR BURIED IN RUINS (.*lom" a 1 Dull Roar. Followed by at Falling of the Walls. treidintg Scenes of Sorrow Dur ing the Search for the Bodles. TERKIBLE CATASTROPHE. ins liualltlng, Explosion and Fire Work Havoc and Death. ,w R'OIK, Aug. 22.-A most dis us and terrible accident occurred alfterlnoion at 12:30 in Park Place be n treenwich street and College A.\t that time the street was tilled hurrying people and heavily laden ,ns and trucks. First a small vapor loud burst from the ground floor of 70(. 7 and 74 Park Place, then was d a dull, deep, sullen roar as if some ster was trying to break his is. The roar was followed by a dis ion and a mass of stone and timber hurled :30 feet heavenward. The eof terror of men and the almost lan screams of horses were only a 11 accompaniment of the terrible e which instantly followed. Not e than a second could possibly have ste before the front walls ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 29 August 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. LAT[RDAY. AUGU f 19.1891. AUTOCRA.IT OF' THE I'WOODPILE. Mr. Carter, in his letter to the Butte protest, says that: "Prietr to the passage of the act referred to (March 3rd) the cutting timber on non-mineral lands was illegal." It may have been, but Mr.Car ter cannot name a case in the west in which wood choppers were convicted of a violation of tihe law during the past quarter of a century. Parties have been sued and woodl attached in Montana, but in every instance the government has been beaten or the suits withdrawn. The old timber iaw was never intended to govern the cutting of timber in the Rocky Mountain states and territories. The law was enacted for the sole and express purpose of protecting some gov ernment timber down on the gulf coast which it wanted for government ship building purposes. The timber was valuable for the purpose and belonged to the government. but tresepassing up on it by outside parties liacame so serious that the law was pasled forbid...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 29 August 1891

E WEEKLY TRIBUNE sPRAY OF THE FALLS. V IDNEnDAY ' DAILY. ii. Weston of the Independent met ha seerious accident yesterday after .h.ar thraig, having his leg broken na,ve the ankle. He with several . were on the Augusta coach going craig. While descending a steep e one of the double-tree broke and htenedl the team, which plunged i n tile hill at a frightful speed, and wing the driver out. Continuing in ir mad race the tongue dropped and into the ground, throwing Mr. eston out with terrific force, breaking left leg short off at the shin bone. was brought to Helena on the Mon a Central train and conveyed to his mle where he is sesting easily. urnal. And still the temple of the muses unts skyward. Daily it. wails grow her. The flooring is going in and the Berai appearance of the stage and eing rooms may now be surmised. sammer and chisel ring merrily on and n, perhaps just as old winter begins shake his hoary locks, a new music ill supplant them. Beautiful women io the boxes will gaze o...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 29 August 1891

A MUTINEERING FIREMAN SHOI A Dutch Captain a Promptness Savye Ills Vessel from a Law less iand. THE "OBDAM" SAFELY REACHES PORT The Crime of Insuibordination Blrings Speedy Death to tile ;Guilty One. The Captain Hissed-The C'hief Engi neer by Threats Driven from His Station. MUTINY AT *EA. The Captain Shouts the Ringleader and quetll the Mutineers. NEw YORK, August 21.-Captain Bak ker of the Netherland line steamer Oh( dam underwent an experience during his last voyage which has caused quite a sensation in marine circles here. The ship reached here late yesterday and went to her pier this morning. As soon as the skipper gi.t ashore this morning he went to the office of the agent of the line, W. It. Vanden Fora. and informed himn *here was an attempt at mutiny on the trip home and that one of the ringleaders had paid the penalty of insubordination with his life. According to the story of Captain Bakker the outbreak on board the ves sel was the result of ia plot to take sis session of...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 29 August 1891

WEEKLY TRIBUNE. ApRAY OF THE FALLS. .,,TL RDAY'N DAILY. .l,,hOn, pr.sident, and J. H.Moe, c,, thoe ank of Fergus County, ' y.esterda y from Lewistown. Ilrlht with them as far as Arm a Lic, little 95-pound gold brick htt, Spotlted Horse mine, the value Lich Mr. Moe estimates to be over k). Tl'e brick was shipped by ex from Armington to the U. S. assay at Helena. Thie gentlemen drove t ) emiles across the country with reasure and of course never thought nn011,nt of being disturbed. This is the product of a comparatively rul, of the Spotted Horse mill and ows that that bonanza is as rich and rkalle as ever. e. W. E. Turner of Benton has just ned from Neihart, where she went snet the mines of the Montana Silver, Platinum & Tellurian com . in which company she holds a nice of stock. Mrs. Turner informed a ga a representative that she went all ugh the workings of the mine, ex into the winze, and found that in v particular it surpassed her expect \V While not experienced in min she fou...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 29 August 1891

SP.ECIAL SALE OF S HIRTS FIRST NATIONAL BANK. OF GREAT FALLS. MONT. Authorized ('Capital.................... l.i(00 ) Paid up Ca('pial ......................... 'tW.U OFrICans: T. E. ('olllns .......... .............President J. T. Arminton ...................Vice Plreident A. E.lDioekerman ............ .... .. 'aehier H. H. Matteson..... ...........Assiatant Cashier DI3RUTOB8' C. A. Broadwater, John Lepley. Paris(iihben. Ira Myers,. Robert Vaughn. H. O. ('howen, J. Bookwal.er. J. H. McKnight. L. G. Phelps. A geneal banking business tmransacted. Ex change drawn on the principal pointl in tlhe states and Europe. I'nromt attention given to collections. Interest allowed on time deposits. THE CASCADE BANK OF GREAT I'ALL8, MONT. [Incorporated under the laws of MSon. tana April 5,1 bt.] Ca'pital.. ....... . ............·O $75C( Surplus ........................... . 15,N OFFICYER: tl. E. Atkinson.. ..... .... Pe nt Jacob Switzer ................. Vice President ¥. P. Atkinson . .. . . .......

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 5 September 1891

THE WE-EK T TRIBUNE. LUME iX. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 5, 1891. NUMBER 95 __ __tI E A f* A SAq.~....4 ..... ..1 " . I - I A -m OPENING DAY, all Styles DUNLAP'S o'elerated Hats. 4. Nathau, THE ONE-PRICE LOTHIER, 222 Ceutral Ave. AJlACH. S. h. RICE. THX IAN HATTA N [en's Furnishers -AND Merchant Tailors. A New and Elegant Line of irnishing Goods from the cele atcd house of Wilson Brothers, licago. A very fine line of English itings imported directly from uguste, Durmenil & Co. of Lndon, England. H. NALBACH & CO. PRESI SAIMACEDA A FUGITIVE Congressional War Ships Are Trying to Intercept His Escape. HE IS COMING TO THE UNITED STATES. Should Balmaceda Land in This Coun try or Mexico He Will Be Protected. He Is Still Recognized as the Head of the (hilian t overnment by Foreign Powers. Ciry oat M.1x io, Sept. 3.- Thei Anglo American says: A prominent gentleman in this city who is well known in the Anglo-American colony received the fol lowing dispatch in cy...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 5 September 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SATURDAY. sKP'f. L 1.01. THE IRRIGATION CONVENTION Sometime during the middle of next month a convention of representatives from sevz'ral of the western and south. western states and territories will meet at Salt Lake City, Utah, for the purpose of considering the question of arid land irrigation. The convention will be com. posed of able men, Montana sending about thirty gentlemen, representing its various industries and all occupying prominent positions in their professions or callings, intelligent. wide-iwIvke. en terprising men. The matter which aill doubtless primarily occupy the attention of the convention is the ieans bert adapted t r prIcure water for the rte lllation of the livid lands of the west. It goes without saying that path deI egati thoroughly un rsttanls the value of the irrighl.' lhind of the state or ter ritory 1e represents. and the importance of obtainin g the necessary supply of aiter to make thei prsiistiuttve. These points being i ldtrstto...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 5 September 1891

QUITE A DIG FORTUNE, l'ery Daring Deed-In Broad l'a" light Two Men olb a Bank. RY PLUCKY AMERIC N CAPTAIN Mt. Another Central American nltrage ailst Saves a Fellow Citizen. orsiip Far Below Par-President ihyeen Still Looking for His Mian. DARING ROBBER!. Roilt Up the Cashier of a Bank to Broad Daylight. *Sus CITY, Aug. 31.-A daring and ful hank robbery took place to Corderra, a amall station on the , . Alton railroad near Higgins Lafayette county. Corderra is a town and the American bank, a h of the Higgineville bank of the name, is a small bank. It only has ployes, a cashier and bookkeeper. bookkeeper was out on business )o'clock this afternoon when two ode up to the bank, diamounted, d in, shut the door and locked it the cashier took notice of was going on. When the did take notice he no that two revolvers were lev t his head. At the same time one men commanded him to throw up tile. He obeyed. One of the men him covered with a revolver while her went through the bank. He *d only #...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 5 September 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. 6333 DAIL! AND WUNL, 3, THE TRIBUIE PUBLIdHIIB COIPANY. (ubooaroaAT3D.) SUESCRIPTION RATES. Mall sabsoriptious must be paid ia advance. One year.by mait1.O1.001 One year. b ..iiL $.0 I Six months. .00, Si months 1.110 One weekhi carries8S0 Single unity. 1 All city subscribersto Daily slivered by carier. Adivertising rates furnished on application. The circulations of the Tribune In Ntorthern a Meptana Is guaranteed io t eeeed that of any pa Sahecribera desiring their adtdresa changed must eead their former atidreost thia should be remembered. Addren: Tatmntt PVBLIStING COMPANY, Great Falls. Montana SArTITitDAY. KEPT. 3, 1491. 07T E.VOf'IlI VOTES. 'he opinion freqiuently expressed by , the 'iit UN : that while the house can and would pase a free silver coinage bill over the presilent's veto, there are not t enough free coinage votes in the senate 1 to dt it, is burn. out byl an analysis of the senate vote by the New York Evening v Post. According to that analysis ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 5 September 1891

E WEEKLY TRIBUNE, IFRAY OF THE FALLS. WKDI E5DAY'S DAILY. 4eier & Garns have leased the Minne ao house on Third avenue south. The -s has been thoroughly renovated d has quite a cosmopolitan appearance. a new firm solicits the patronage of e city. The silver smelter which has been down a few weeks started up n yesterday morning. As soon as Barker mines begin to send in their it will be compelled to run at its !lest capacity. p. Bennett, registering at the Milwau re house from Sun River, and Miss elcher were united in matrimony at Ie Catholic church last evening. The omli is an old Bentonite and the bride charming young lady of Helena. North Great Falls is to have a new "hool building. In size it is to be 54x44 et and will contain two rooms 21x30 et each. The estimated cost of the gilding is ri3,000 and its location about te half mile east of J. G. Gregg's place. 111n. Peter Breen returned last Mon ly from Sand Coulee. where he organ el a lodge of the Knights of Labor umbering 150...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 5 September 1891

A TERRIBLE CLOUVBURST The Towns of Berlin and Petershnri in the State of New York Suf fri by a Flaoal. WATER FELL IN TORRENTS FOR AN HOW A Woman Drowned Before the (:yes of Her Hiusband Who Was Pow erless to Save Her. A Man Found Dead Standing in Mud Up to His Neck- Other Cas. nalities Reported. Terrible lonudburet. BERaLIy. N. Y., Aug. 8.--A cloudburst over this town and the town of Peters burg last night was followed by a lood that did damage unparalleled in this vicinity. Rain fell steadily all day but at .5 o'clock in the afternoon the water fell in torrents, lasting about an hour and alarming the comniunity. Those who were in dangerot.s localities sought places of safety. Had the cloud burst after the people had gone to bed the loss of life would have been awful. As it was the wife of Thomas Taylor was drowned in her home in sight of her husband, who was outside but could not get through the current to save her. His two children were saved. James Smith was found dead standing i...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 5 September 1891

E WEEKLY TRIBUNE. A SPRAY OF THE FALLS. SATVRDAY'S DAILY. very ranchman who comes in these *s brings with him large tales of won fu, hunting, and as for the parties h o leave on hunting tours, some of a ir stories would cause to blush that sr lable old prevaricator, Sinbad thea Icr. Up Sun river ducks are reported be plenty and the various lakes about vicinity are fairly alive with theeAt victims for the huntaman's . A gentleman in from Armington terday says that prairie chickens are ,te easily found. Fishing parties, who ve returned from excursionsamong the t ,untain brooks, say that the tinny atills impala themselves upon the )km withl iost obliging rapidity. Al- a r.ther the season looks like a most ex- tl lent one for rod and gun. I Artil"t of incorpbration of the Nel- c rt itlat comp pany were filed yester- o , Iv t'A. C. Leistikow, J. Toombs, J, t'ashel of Grafton, N. D., and W. Tier vu aI'. H. lHealeyof Neihart, Meagher " Quty. to purchase, buy and deal gener ic itill kinds o...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 5 September 1891

LuIrT FALL - Fall is here. The evenings are getting longer and the air often chilly. It is the time for Light Fall Overcoats. And Nate Wertheim has them-stacks of them. There are a SOVERCOAT styles and kinds-Meltons, Kerseys, Cheviots, Blue and Black, an NE STYLISH AND ELEANT Worsteds, Plain and Fancy, with Fancy Silk and Stripe Linings; an NEW, Tall prices from $12.00 up. The man who would fail to be suite " FALL OVERCOATS. with some of them would not be suited anywhere. FIST NATIONAL BAIL O Paid up Capital.............. 'Wu omtans: T. IL Collins ............ . Presiiient J.T. Arusington . Vie PresidesO A. E. Dlcksr man ...........ashisa H. H. Matteson ..............Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS. C. A. Broadwater, john Lepley. Pari Gibon. ra Myers, obert Vaughn. H. 0. Chowen. J.Bookwal or. J. H. Melnight. L G. Phelps. A genealI banking business transacted. Ex change drawn on the principal points in the states and Europe. Prompt atte~ntion given to collections. Interest allowed on tim...

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