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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 September 1886

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WEEKLY TRIBUNE, m4DULhHD UVUYT SATURDAY BY THE TilBUNlE PUBLIBSHI. COMPANY, [1ICX0BorARTgi)] ADVERTISING 1A'rTE; ! URNISIIED ON AP PLICATION. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One copy I year, in advane) ...............$3.00 Ona cop 6 lnandti li,...... ............... 1.50 One op 3 months ......... ..................LII. Sprciman copies,.... .................. 10 ctii:tly in ad lvance. The .icailation of the TrTBNsE in Northern Montana is guarantaad to exceed that of any pa per Dublishad in the territory. Subscribers desiring their address changed must send their foriror address; this should be remeanisered. Address, T.inuxNV PUBLIsnING Co. DEMOCRATIC N DMINATIONS. Delegate to Congress .......JOSEPH K. TOOLE COUNTY TICKET. Council ......................... T. E. CO(LLINS Honse.................... ....1ES<E F. TAY L , Son l A A I . W. KINI*'.ill Y C('lrk and 11cor.1 ........... Al. E. POER;iSl Treasur 'r .. ... ......... ...I,. (. . I _1 'LAY ('runty At:,rney .. .. ... . H. ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 September 1886

THE OBSERVER. The Observer. When the boys were foraging for Toole 3boxes for the bonfire last Monday evening, a certain, clothing store proprietor ran out and stopped Barney and told him to "'quit taking dose boxes." Barney. who was struggling under a big one which :l most broke his broad, celtic back answ.er 4l "I ain't seen no boxes to-night, I -touldn't carry boxes for no mnan" and he kept dn running to the fire with his democratic burden. I heard another story about a Montanal judge of the "way-back" day. A l-aw ver had served notice that he would argue a: motion for a new trial of his client, who was condemned to be hung for murder. The judge set the he,'rerfor the next morning. That night the dI-penser of instice bec:une worried about the murder -r lest he might catch cold lying ovar ?light in a rude jail. So he told the shleriff he had better hang the prisoner tIhat night and put him out of danger of catchin. rheumatism, pneuOmonia or anything f;i That kind. The sheriff carri...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 September 1886

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. THE (IRONDISTS. S ij.lten f-1. t,; 7 Tibumc: Passion :and prejdiice have often stamp ed with itnminiiy. lthe purest and the best; huit historv constantly reveri.es their de ('isionll and ir dc's !)ionor tO whoml ihono1rl1 is due'. Manuy name- there arIe which go I down to iunf'my, :.'mid the misfo-rtunen of great cris.es, to rea'pear in the clear li',"ht of *the future, 1,-:mning with .lor-. Of none is this mliore notably true th:ln of the (-irolndist. ITh-ir -r. -'ndem'ned them to .eat:h, Ilr)t t'in, i. S pardoned and lorified t1h1e . lhurled Iy :~ int. th. v-' y" ,ent , of I the -sreatet dr: ma of I' mod.r-' timas;, their lin.e and poilti-::1 f.- f u-rm the -late' of the Fro+en'1' 1' t. :t. To c rm ISo fron tile n _?: 11 t trm I'`, t ' S':t. In. ry, Ibut fran , :..: ,:e ' f, re h i le-.' -. whi :'· ' 1i 3 ' oii, ) I :iii ; ýi , .v: 'i- tn . 'i t :J . A itov t i ·\'l`, ' :l.: : t Fi. t r ett, . ] ' :. l in r; :'ih coart. Th: l.in : ' t ." i, : .: !,, {_e :. dl{...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 September 1886

The'Prohibition Question. "The prohibition craze promises to be the wroat issue of the immediate future. The south is rapidly 'becoming solid for lrohibiti.on. It seem.s that a red no-. is to a prohlibitioni-t what a red rag is to a uroll," said Gilhooly, who is a parti:al in bIriate. "Well what are you going to do about it?" astked Kosciu-ko 31urphy, who is a tota:: alt-tainer. "I never cros a river b fore I g.t to it," was th; r.'ply. "If it comes to tih. wornt i exp:eet I (':1 buy a d.'mijohn." "I believo in pr.)'i!itiion. I thi:.k it's iiod thing fir the cuintry." "It's a .,hid thing' if it is not c ie d too tar. The trouble wihl you P-rohib iti,:nist i. tht You you wV:ii't the e:trlh. " "'h.; no we don't. "Well, you want o ater, and th'lit'. two thirds of the earth lDon'1 you know that water is not lit to drink? T. heri i. only one man micntionilti in the iible a:s w':ltit.n water and n' o:tnly .ait. : iA4 :w rtpA: of. it. l)o;'t yo:: know tt:; drop , w:t r f:htlin cn' iiin l. ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 September 1886

GREAT FALLS NTANA. GREAT FALLS is located at the Falls of the Missouri which furnish the greatest available water power on the Continent. Is within seven miles of the most extensive COAL and IRON district in the West, immediately beyond which are rich GOLD, SILVER and COPPER districts. It lays tributary the best agricultural and grazing part of the Territory, and the pineries of the Upper Missouri and tributaries. It is especially adapted by its natural resources and geographical position to become the leading: MANUFACTURING CITY between Minneapolis and the Pacific, and the principal RAILROAD CENTER of Montana. The trip to Great Falls will amply repay tourists by the beauty of the scenery on the way, and they will find here the most magnificent series of waterfalls in the world. while the surrounding country is rich in picturesqe scenery. For further information address H. . OH CHOWEN, Agent. SPRAY OF THE FALLS. Dr. Ladd and family are Park hotel guests. Mr. Napier has taken permane...

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. — 25 September 1886

IREAT NALLS RIB E. VOL, 2, GREAT FALLS, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1886, NO 19 TWO BRACES OF BAD BIRDS. Dupuyer Creek Authorities Capture Four Fine Feathered Fowls Badly Wanted. Some Points Relative to the Railroad -Other Local Matters of General Interest. FOUR AT ONCE. Ira Brown, B. F. O'Neal and l)avid An derson arrived from Dupuyer last evening with four prisoners captured there on -Wednesday. Two of the prisoners cap tured are ,W. H. Smith and John Burg who escaped from the White Sulphur Springs jail on the 17th of August last. They had worked their way to l)upnyer on their way across the line to to e North west Territories. The description given of the men in the circulars and Ilusband man led to the capture. When it was definitely known who they were, they were immnediately put under arrest. Smith gave up without a word, but Burg rather disliked tihe idea, but a revolver being produced lie surrendered. The other two prisoners were King and Pegg who were put und...

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. — 25 September 1886

---- -- m. -..........` SEARTHQil Al ES AND Bi ILDING. The recent severe earthquake shocks wdich havoe wr'ourgt suchi h, av1 e in the city of ('h:r .-;n an vichiity are pr b abi y u hi:.i ·:t " ': <,1,,: . _ : '. ... .. t : " i:too t" f (;nth'y to I :tt.e ics::u tio ofid l1 . The tide-.sI_ :,' d. str 11:'.: . ". -, ', ' ' ]:.. (Y 'p1i:i t1 ca. "¢:t ': the m in'.. e - -. I.. .n :tf ,. , , 1::n::< : :i: ir-_ . t:: .:, : 1 .., , ·.,,,'" - ` Thl o : : .ent :If';:: : , i- no, -O t - at ,.b T 10 Ii i l o'.y ;:11' in .1 deliti11le. T: re 1 " 1'" ,_ i, ,th in :e I,' - k it¾ C i ',o :- . : - f ' o, try,::r wu 1r1 : : l--i"---,--r:.:: --t the p i- l ,e ': 1 f t: ,u jct s u be- c .rifuly -ti . A\ 'eol P:'n'r y p1 i::' t ;, Jap n: , ne! .h i-, :: '. 1.:.'.:, 11';c:~.itilC :ti I t:. ¾tU. C ti e:- ,, :.0 :o:::e . : ir ,t , ':,l 1 i : : + h1 : m ::. thi lS : ,it. ]7 :rt i : -,: i:::' It. . c: ..-n 1They va: e .,ec ii . 1 t:::t' :t:h¾ :l'. lfitnide. Ti, li.tAio ray b, 1e:,'th inhorze n , d i ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 25 September 1886

WASHINGTON LETTER. From Our Regular Correspondent. WASHINGTO-N, Sept. 11, '86. Dullness has been reigning in Washing ton since the adjournment of congress and the departure of the President. The exo dus of people to the mountains and sea shore has this year been greater than usual. Those who leave.Washington in the begin ning of the warm season and do not return until after frost, fail to see the Capital city in her loveliest aspect. The temperature here during the summer months is quite as cool as in far higher latitudes. The streets with their smooth surfaces shaded by the over-lalping branches of trees, form beau tiful vistas, at the ends of which may be seen a cool fountain or majestic statue. All unsightly objects are hidden by a luxuri ance of verdure unpar:dled in any other city of this size. The parks, for whose beauty Wa:shing'ton is famous, are a de light to the eye with their many colored flowers and shrubs; and altogether one wonders where a pleasanter place could be fou...

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. — 25 September 1886

GREAT TBALLS TIMBDE. WEEKLY TRIBUNE, ULa'LEH ) 3V&LY 5AURv5AY ST TIE TIiE FPUBLI illS COMPANY, ADVITI'hI3&i HI.a 'i Ic IURNISIED ON Ai' PLIA'1I(N. SU3GCR!PTION RATES" One copy I yeu rin !: vL:ce) .............." .ata One cups: i):.nva, ii ........................... ... 1.1 (,.S. C.[) c : m nhs. .......................... 1.10 ito, ttOiDaY 3 ne. 'iThe ,t hedala n o_ toe T',!.r Nn in Nnerth'`n Y~li c:r"t is gs:r."1:nt;: d ·-to . ,d l th.It of any pti per publi hid in te:. i,"r-itory. S iyb'-;ati', s d: irti their ' ' 1::; s charn . d Inu " ,d Pr ir Eabohth. ad irrs; thi: he tld . n\u.nwni'd.±o:' pdi'thoI'i. I- Co. DE MO3 ATIC N D I:1iNATIP ONS. Del it l u .le p :"- s........ , :Po, X. TOO .' ,'(i . T'Y TI i&' T. C,,nn ii ...... .......... .... .. i . '" . C:l~rk 'u:: "' -' l ': t '. t ........... ' . i.. ' i; ': '- '. akei: t I a .. 1 :1 _1 t0 0 i u n iif ofpa:' :low :e i'm, p~uldlhn who lal the t·a-'ii y to mak::he the ! .:.,'. wt,'h a de-d certain: or bein:. dc.teed. Bu...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 25 September 1886

RIPPLEOF THE RAPIDS. J. F. Taylor returned from Benton Wed nesday. Hay for sale by the ton or bale. Geo Budington. tJ L . P. eck hs goine out to his ranch in ile Judith country. ('Col. e.:mdr will sp'ak at Great Falls neat 3h1(d.:y evening. C. . Cooper left Greait Falls fora"hunt ing" tour lasit E\,dlnesday. '': your laundry 'Iwork to the Park ho 1,01 1, undry. Fir.t (he-l work warranted. The gen!:' . L. P.rin of Ci'stniut, i .opping t th:}. Park naecimpanid by iis wifr. 1). II. Ch,;ow'n) returned tMondiy from :,`. extended tri' I-leua. Ft. ,h(w a.d ether point .. ,C W h omniled f'n, thi Lo-. r o'i:.:: r Wts. c _ . ,' f t. " co t)lod ni ,ilrl l 000 1 . s .1 hre !;, one1 'i.'.Idig 1 nnea i ar ilcs eo ro where all kinds to ice Co(0 "drbnk ate dii-pened. Green i-o, on , t1, i (pleasan to n:ote the rowing inter ¶t is Gre t F :'LmnN lf =ed btv the L' d u.-:._: l ,f ont'::;. -er W t:o a two htg leaviin. T . ,.m l u . ,:i:u : : new, t s ,:n. ,t .r.ey - nLt s n ul. ' :." a or ::' e-l,)t e P...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 25 September 1886

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. THE PARSON OF EAGLE PASS. There were two mining camps on Rapid creek, Montana, but four miles a:tprt, and' :he jea:lousy between them at times threat i ned open warfare. It first be'°an over the election of recorder of a recorder o chlai. for the tvo camps, and after the premature demi-e ,fseveral leadin:t citizen-, a split was ef fected, ea:h town cthoohVing a recorder of its own, and the inh bitants of each re.olv -n'3 to crush the life aid enterprise out of -h- other vbcor:. tite. year waured. Tihe tpirit of rivalry thus inaa:urrate1 w:x.. warmer and warnm, r ,as each camp on dieavored to distaince the other in tih race f progrcess. Men worked harder to -d!,'I, : big i)r(klductio(n of "dust;" every iun'lgin atle indun:ement to new-co.ners w:a sent ,ut: the latest improxved a li" dx-vi.: Were brought ou(lilt from ' the t:te, the news of their arrival, t, - t "v r0'e: i ! descriptions of thiem, was )ll"rn, i`:1,,It1' 't.vteen' tihe two ca.im s ei "h ' tr. . -.....

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 25 September 1886

WHEN WAGES WERE DOWN. .Snteresting Reading for Those Who Think Their Pay Poor and Life I.Iard. In 179:3 the Schuylkill a'cl Suoquelbann I C.anal compa ny dvertied for workmen. of faring .;i a month for the winter monith:: -.nd it6 for splmner, with 1)"a(l n '('1( br·. The next year tv' Ii ::r s a - e An "te i the house 441 represe4ntUIti' e{ wichi bro4 -Fi0t the fPu:'t toat 'eo'dier, ro bht :`s3 ni'nith. A 1 erm.1nolit InnenlOo'r dr '*m'::n ti on j ro4pe: iit to aixie it to k1, 'said that 10 hes "tale Moen were hP !ired for -CIS a tic':lr, ojr a~ ; eOnoutil, with hoalrd a:IdlA otli' Mr. W' l'xorth, o 1 eti:.. ,.1't lot : '1' :h:' St-tes north of' i- en- oh'i n " the ý ee' <~ ~of 4ie c'fifomon 1l'1444r'r :11'' 10t4 upon the1 } '1411'e superi4r ,4 thle rol',41i ldie'"441'' 1"1 17`37 " ho(1' bi:lnd fe'J i': hir d1 a;r 0 ,ra4 paido -~mpoy yer t '"' -i'' 11 'Illsd i' "14)1le Silat timeie i1 ('4ll1'4. tit '' 10amo11h t'lerko) Iy hosrt e a~e h140 earned it 4' .a iught. Ile' could' 40i ,...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 25 September 1886

GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. GREAT FALLS is located at the Falls of the Missouri which furnish the greatest available water power on the Continent. Is within seven miles of the most extensive COAL and IRON district in the West, immediately beyond which gre rich GOLD, SILVER and COPPER districts. It lays tributary the best agricultural and grazing part of` the Territory, and the pineries of the Upper Missouri and tributaries. It is especially adapted by its natural resources and geographical position to become the leading MANUFACTURIN G CITY between Minneapolis and the Pacific, and the principal RAILROAD CENTER of Montana. The trip to Great Falls will amply repay tourists by the beauty of the scenery on the way, and they will find here the most magnificent series of w.terfalls in the world, while the surrounding country is rich in picturesqe scenery. For further information address H. O. OH WE N, Agent. ------ ,.W.N, Aent SPRAY OF THlE FALLS. Ca.ss Taylor was in town Wednesday. Gux. W. Co,(...

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. — 2 October 1886

G 2. GI'ALLS T1RIBUNE, VOL, 2. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1886, NO 20 THE PRE-HISTORIC RACES. What the Aborigines of Northen Mion tana Left in the Way of Remains and Traditions. A New Banking Institution for Great Falls.-A Jiunaway Without Seri ous Results. The Pre-Historic Races. Of late years great interest has been manifested in the discovery of traces of pre-historic man in the United States. This has manifested itself by the various expeditions sent to explore the Pueblo cities of New Mexico and Arizona, the dif ferent commissions appllointed by various states to exhume the relies of the Mound Builders of the Ohio and Mississippi val leys, the great interest manifested in the traces of the Northmen in the New Eng land -tates,(the men who discovered this continent 700 years before the time of Col umbus.) and last though not least, the re markable Chinese documents giving a de scription of our Pacitic coast, the date of which is proved to be prior to the...

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. — 2 October 1886

WASHIIIGTON LETTER. li'rom Our lJer Co,:.c.nponient. WAs. ix.;rox, Sept. 18, '86. The winter poptulation of WaV:t.hington i:n begiincing io return, alnd the hotel: as well as the lei in-es and f:..imionable qu:arlrt-'rs of the oity are re.umnini their wonted up p)e.~ar. m ': i. t will )., l: ront tilmo tutil the :21:.;of (c: ,_ re> :-> :,ur 1.,l co,' 'dor- , I, ll. e"pit' l r., :: in lx.: v "ith l' at l-. llo b , i>s,. a:d -i ht ..1:,., b1t:L . '0 :.io,;li ". hntliv.- o1 ni:iP, l int r '-, :i:, d'ineV ,' i- liiirin hr:, and 1h11 i- pd:xrt'i(e ( 11, - c.i tt l : I t 1 i "1':t1 :::' 1 p '' lllll i ('w ('te(,) 1r of tI,1 Unit( 1 1t;s i i r(,,o.nizn d l)I - 4 j l." ): t'ri ; 1:!:o I):W k(1n ,:o - rispon;d. nl:i i ]n'1" ir 1 he year 0rni. Ti.i capit:l nil.s 'rown with tide growthi o 1h, nation. Th!" ;'(g ol l('rn ellt of the t'. .,e( tit'1 'i4' lt.. n ti : 1 ife i li d - iil-i-. l.r. :t Imirr, c d in WV:, :<. igto;in h\e·:, om l , i. ; s 1bj('t of _ilt-'-- t- ' - d:id , I t:i...

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. — 2 October 1886

JOSEPH PIRCHER'S GREAT FEAT. ti ]He Climbs St. Stephen's Cathedral b and Unfurls the Austrian Flag to F the Breeze. Joseph Pircher, who fastened the flag to the pinnacle of St Stephen's Cathedral, is the hero of the day in Vienn. No flaing had flown from the Cathedral steeplle since r 1864, when the restoration of the steeple was finished, but on that occasion the col ors were plant:ld by the workmen, who had ladders and scaffoling. Pircher, a Styrian by birth i. thirty-seven years old, and is a short, wiry man, but his apltear ance does not betoken great strengith or hardihood. IIe made a bet that he would nunfurl the Austrian fla', in honor of the emlperor's birthday, upon the top of the cross of St. Steplhen's, 4:2 feet frotl the ground. lie began his perilou feat at 11 o'clohxck at night, but it was moonlight, and a great crowd gathered to watch him, as it was soon noised about the city that at man was climbing the steeple. Pircher tied his shoes arotund his neck and went up tih...

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. — 2 October 1886

GREAT FALLS TDIBUNE. WEEKLY TRIBUNE, PQ@I.UiR3)L EEZY BA*flR3AY TY THE TBIBUlN PUBLIIIN1 COMIAIY, I iexourFom]T)J ADVIR'I2Ei C. RA )'EN FU iNISHED ON AP PLLCATION. SUBSCRI?TION RATES One c:py I yer, " i de~vaace) ............... V. 09 O eopy i o 'bh ........................... 1.50 One op y 3 moI s......................... .. 1.i) O . p iwm an sol , .c ... .......................... .- - i.di»tly in ad ance. The ahaslak..n of the T'm.mn in Nortiernh MemoIns is xuarautood to excstd that of a..y pa per published in the eioritory. Subscrib:nrA duairinE their address changed maSt s:,nd A air fo .uar addresu; thid should Ie Addresx, Tso nrn PuuJJsINGso Co. DEMOCRATIC NOMIiNATIONS. Dolegate to Congre.s.s.......JOSEPH K. TOOLE ('OUNTY TICKET. Council ................... ...T. E. ('OLL S Iioulee ................... ji..J. .SE F. ?AYl(i:. A. W. KiN(G -'W1, I (Clerk :anl Lerd-. ........... A 5. E. R(OGR;S Tr.aoar. r. ..................'. j(). G. I:.. ' LAY County Ao,..: ,y ............... 1. ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 2 October 1886

RIPPLEOF THE RAPIDS. TIay for sale by the ton or bale. Goo f B3udington. tl Mr. Knight spent a few days in Benton a ;this week. a Mrs. Will hanks is spending a few days N at Fort Shaw. Highest market price paid for oats by ;eo. I). BudiGnton. tf E F. D). Cooper of Ea)gle Ilock put in a few days here this week. 41.IT\ Lewis of Ft. Benton was at the P'ark Thur-day with Jere Sullivan. Take your laundry work to the Park ho- e tel laundry. First ss work warranted. * The C(at rat 'iil is new rcady to re ceive w:heat, for which it will pay cash or E, give flour in ex-.hange. f The old hFrance-Prussian dijlicunitics have been settled and Jerry Quesnell has form ed a partnership with ilerrman W\ildekoi '. Their s:ic:on: has: been elegantly refitted n and furni h,£d. Jonithan Goon has done honor to his dutch ancestry by patting up 800 pounds sour-crou, Tha t shVws. hit an enter rising r;anchman can do in a season of inmprccedented drouth. n Go to the Great Fails Liquor Store for a your liquor...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 2 October 1886

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. HINTS TO YOUNG ARCHITECTS. i', itten for the Tribune. In the first placa it is necessary to be as familiar :s possible with the plans and other drawings of the building to be constructed. Nothing is of so much ser vice in rendering the labors of the super intendent valuaile to his employers and himself as a thorough understanding of the projected buil ling which will enable him to foresee the conse(luences of every step, to juige of the position and work manship of each part of the edifice, while in progress of construction, with refer ence to its final use and finish. His duty is only half fulfilled if Ile blindly trusts to the accuracy of the pluns. lie sh uld examine, conlparl : and correct them nui nutely, thoroughly, and frequently. It is impossible in the architect's othice to avoid all mistakes in drawing or figuring. but such as escape the eye of the busy professin:l llin can easily be ietected by a little care in comparing them with the wvork on the gro...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 2 October 1886

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