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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 2 August 1895

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. N VOLUME XI. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , AUGIUST 2, 1895. NUM hBEI 12 ..GREAT... PANT SALE SEE THE WINDOWS AND PRICES N. KAUFMAN'S 218 Central Avenue. MORE FACTS ABOUT ACETYLENE a The Scientific World Is Still Learn ing More About the New Illu minating Agent. ac The Discovery Is Likely to Prove of in Practical Value and Be Uti- of wi lized Here. Fi in The .act concerning the discovery of iti ther new gas or illuminating agent called m acetylilc, as published in THE TRIB'UNE .i asom weeks ago, hna rnuesed a good deal hi of interest in this vicinity, ,as Creat Iails possesses in rare abundancei thea Ie'essary materials for its mianfacture, it.: limestone, coal atnd electricity, and I as its praiticability eand, appariet utility i at I 'l)llll beco(IIe settled mI ,o ;ill I[ ,re as time pa.sss auild ixperi-in-its anl nu, i. Soan- gentlemni aire taking the iiatter iup with a vi-aW to testing iii I praitical way thel feasibility adf main- a factiuring thel c...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 2 August 1895

AWFUL SUSPENSE People of qWyoming Hourly I:Exlecting News of a ('ollllict Between Settlers and In diiam. INDIANS WILL NOT RETURN To the Re.erviation--Thie Worst Ilan lacks ;ariching on .Jacksoll' lih". Pit'c xl.i',, fla.. July 20;. -The situ. ation in Iinrthivvstern W'youmiing, where thel Inliant s i'are thil ' wiiarpiatlh, is un i ua , ,eIl toiay. All ijtant (enteral ttitzertf Wi .oiiniii is hiturl ix pettint c to, h ar that it :ilnttict has L tLllTiret blit t.i ,'u ti h sett'rs and the lilndians il la ks, in'is l[,i, I vall iiit. iA land f ian - ,unk Indians aunlr th' end,,rshilp of lim ieu lalh ha.t si trttl l l urtlh for the 'at o'ef t, oli,,. If the'y r,':'h th btl' , .r.'nt. . i+n Hlll I li ,'r ;alll.; ' , i f ' iith ' , ~ps '.. 1t thee, . &!, i th, ty 1 - i l ht.I ,ilv , hi!. tin 'rsult nw. b , di .- :lltr s. l'ial t l i, ' l ;a is ,',n + i i t t 1,,, .t n ti ... 1., A, oll ' t ll+. H t, ,. i . "i. I.m n se ntli i '-, r .P' ,,n, ' r,_ ; ' ,: t m till ',, "' ;tilt t l l',t...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 2 August 1895

HUNTING FOR A GLACIER. Prof. Sperry and Party Are in Search of a Glaeier in thJe Lake Mc Donald Country. It Is Reported to Be Six Miles in Length, and Has Never Been Reached. A TRIBUNE reporter met Prof. Sperry at the Park hotel and receivedI from him a very interesting account of the main object of his visit to this conn try. Incidentally he is out for a vaca tion and also to lay out a trip for a party of geological' students whom he 1 expects to bring west next season, but t besides that he wishes to investigate re ports which he has received of the exist ence of a large body of glacial ice in the 1 Lake McDonald country, which lies be tween the reservation and Kalispell. lie visited the sectiuL, which is unknown except to a few hunters and trappers, last season, and east of McDonald lake entered a horse shoe valley surrounded on all sides by perpendicular clitff run ning up 2,000 feet in the air. A emall lake was found in this basin, which he named Avalanche lake. Two streams ent...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 2 August 1895

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. WIIULY. One year..........68.00 One year........1.. 1.50 Six meths........ L.S six months....... 1.00 One month........ .44 Three months..... .I7 One week......... ._R Single copy....... .05 SUnless .aid in advance the daily will invari ably be 73 cents p 'r month, and the wee kly $2 per y ar, $1 for -ix ionths and 24 cents per moath for less thl I, "x "m.o ths. Advertiin0 sta.t- turnish4d on applietion. 'la T'laI ItNss Ir hv ll eolpl itors for be hia 1 in eir'lllaltl o. Adv4 rti rs '4 a sy hiLtve cc 4e " It re bok. ,! Say tin-, boeortberi. ij..ri l-' ti,ir adriros, chantced mntt ased thni4 (.4rm4ir adddr,4rr its wil4l as the n .' a.l'reoas; this 0 u) llt be remeR .rad. i''HE TItlIUNl . Great Fa e. Mont. '1'The Unlitedl States cour, t 4at Hii4l'na has. i4cided that it Chi4nan aho was ia am'chant in 1\as4hin4ton t4w4 years ag,' is undelllr the ('; 'a'ry law4 Ito he recog ni!.d as a n'erhtant in Molntanl today. It \nill not ht, ,lo' I4 . f,,r ,414 w ( ,,:''r...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 2 August 1895

NEWS OF THE WEEK Saturday. July 27. Born, to Rev. and Mrs. Ramsey, a son. D. Floweree of Helena is a guest at the Park hotel. * Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bowen of Indo pindence, Kansas, are visiting their daughter, Mrs. R. W. Berry of this city. A marriage license was issued yester dv to Charles Volk, aged 26, and Miss AlX o Peterson, aged 19, both of this city. The caseof the Holter Lumber conm pany vs. Beaupre & Mallock was yester day dismissed settled in the district court. There was not a single case in the police court yesterday. Tihe weather ws so hot that th e burnms took to the brush and kept in the shade. In the case of Murphy, Maclay & Co. vs. Kin and Bertha Nebel, judgment by dl fault was yesterday entered in the district court against the defendants in tli' sum of $28ti.40. A deed was filed yesterday in the clerk's office fromn E. R. ('lingan, trustee, to ,,seph Ellis, conveying lot 7, in block 1l. Kennedy's addition to Belt, for a ,r:isidoration of R1.5. W. 13. Raleigh...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 2 August 1895

PAY NO LICENSE Judge Blake of Helena Holds that the Western Union Telegraph Company Need Not PAY ON EACH INSTRUMENT In Use by It a License of Five L)ol. lars Per Quarter- Supreme Court Adjourns. Special to The Tribune. IILEA,.T July 2!,.-Two very import ant cases were disposed of this morning in the district court. The suit of the Merchants' National bank vs. (Greenhood Bohn & Co. was settled by an applica tion being tiled for an order of the court directing the receiver to pay the bank the amount of judgment as per the re mittance tiled after the esureme court decision in the matter. ''h0 bark will now get the judgment rendered it by tile lower court. i e12..'!. The suit was the outgrowth of an alleged fraudulent as signment of the tirts of (Greenhood. Bolun & Co. for 12. 2t,000. ~ hicl occurred several years ago. In the suit of the State vs. the West ern ULnion Telegraph company the mo tion of the defendant for judgment on the pleadirgL. was sustained. The t.e murrer of th...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 2 August 1895

DEAD OR ALIVE? nelon Pacific Advice Is that Bannack Indians In Wyoming Have Robbed and Massacred EVERY MAN, WOMAN AND CHILD In .Jackson's Hole-Indian Bureau Officials Scout the Report-Other Tribes Rebellious. O()MlAA, July 27.-Union Pacific head quarters were notified at 10:30 last even ing by the company's superintendent at Pocatello, Idaho, of the receipt of a tel egram from the Union Pacific agent at Market Lake. Idaho, to the effect that all the Jackson Hole settlers had been massacred by Indians, their stock killed and their homes burned. The agent declarso that the information is perfectly reliable. All Were Killed. Sa.lr LAKE, July 27.--A special to the Tribune from Pocatello. Idaho, says: William Ross of the firm of Ress, (;rey & Wyatt, has just arrived at Market Lake from St. Anthony's and reports that everybody in Jackson Hole was killed. It is considered authentic news and the excitement is intense. United States troops arrived here at (; o'clock this morning and left...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 2 August 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U.S. Gov't Report. R Poder skl~sotrlrLA SCENE CHANGED Sensational Correspondents Now Have Bannacks and Whites "Colliding" in the Teton Basin INSTEAD OF JACKSON'S HOLE Lembi Agent Says That Only Three of His Indians Are With the Bannacks. WasHINcsTON. July 30.-General Scho field today received the following tele gram from the headquarters of the de partment of the Platte at Omaha, dated July 2': A courier arrived at Market Lake this morning and reports that when he left General Coppinger's com mand last night information had just been brought in by an Indian run ner from Marysvale that all was quiet there. The Lemhi agent telegraphs that only three of his Indians are supposed to be in Sackson's Hole country and there is no indication that they will join the uprising there." Army officials regard this information as favorable to an early and peaceful settlement of the disturb ance. Trouble Reported. CHICA.c, July 30.-A special from Salt Lake ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 9 August 1895

GREA FALLS WE EKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XI. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FI ILAY , AUG U ST 9, 1895. N U31 1ER 13 ,..GREAT... PMNT SAkLE SEE THE WINDOWS AND PRICES. M. KAUFMAN'S 218 Central Avenue. THE BVB[ING OF THE RMI[S Tno, First. 1'oll Tr:.in H*ure the Slti FI, ,i It 4.i,, P l it i 11" Cattle K{, Iqung Seron-m I'en names rd-NL6;pinets Ma~dr e and C+rs Oh~rdose. l(187 timer ;11- a0111n HypHParc it IrNt.11 If- Mountana Central yards. The nool oration is closed but thelcattle ilipmtents are just coltu1nncing. anxd the resump tion of work at the I telt coal trines will ive work to juite a liunher of a:. ronal railroad men and liVen things up around the yards. Yesterday the onm pany sent not the fist regutlar rui trait to Belt since the shut down. It con sisted of I'venty- iie empties. Charles Andrews, dispatcher at the Montana Centratl olites, has resignud his position and 11. C(o'nnell has been appointed in his pliei. N r. I ottnell has been a dispatcher on the Interna tional and Great Northe...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 9 August 1895

EVE OF__BATTLE War Has Not Yet Broken Out in Omaha, But Is Expected at Any Moment. BOTH SIDES ARE PREPARED The Governor Retuses to Stand in With the New Police Com mission. OMt.tittL, Aug. . -2-Xar' hats not yet broken out in Ottnaha as a itsult of the efforts of the A. P. A. to take charge of the fire and polite tle ahrtmnents, untier the law whieli they ilaiat went into effect yesterdayt . Troible, htweert. nf noon was i'tninent. 'The tinuatissiIn. of public lands and builtiti ;s, :1d the attorney tt i irai' it ho ti e A. I'. i. net it LinColnl The noterner reuestet to i iet with t them. Tri'iii' o oit ted Capt. lhotnah , Paul V'anlerwot and It. T. Fostei r ptilti e is ixtietsioniirs it nt Omaha The three t e ti, well known political wt rkirs. The sttil law r"i quires that all t'ni tissioins if this i tlit aeor shall t' sigr(l d by the governor. The it'ernor rtftsed itn sign thine 'it c missions and the ;ittagrney generlt signed them. Tthe I nitwitsiln will at mni begin husiiitts....

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 9 August 1895

CITY FATHERS DEUSBEBATE Some Talk About Funding the War. rants of the City-Paul Voell Confirmed. A Bicycle Ordinance Wanted-Bids for City Printing-Sidewalks and Garbage Removal. The city council convened in regular session Monday, Mayor Webster pre- I siding, and Aldermen Fletcher, Mitchell, Dunn, Fitzgerald, Young, McDonald and Williams being present when the roll was called. Paris Gibson addressed the council on the necessity of constructing at once a i retaining wall in the river along the ] front of Riverside park in order to hold the material deposited along the bank. At this saeson of the year the river is low and the wall can be constructed I cheaply with the rock in the river bed, I lie also recommended the employment of a man to superintend the dumping of garbage. The matter was referred to I the committee on ways and means, and the city engineer was requested to furn ish an ebtimate at the next meeting, showing the cost of the wall. A commutication was read from Labor Comm...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 9 August 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. WULKLY. One year... 8 ..$.00 u ne sear.........t1.o 0 Six isoutba.... 4.00(1 SOix months.....1.00 One month..... 75 IThree months....75 One week..... I .25 Single copy.....05 Unleos paid in advance the daily will invari ably he 75 cente per month, and the weekly $2 r per HEss, TorIB al remoth Faldl21Mcnts e frsxmonth for less than sin months.a 0cet e .Advertining ratee furnished o~n appliletion. Tit , VntnotIs tenses alt cesmpeitors far be hind in circulation. Advertisers mny hove ec. noees to its books at any time, Subecribers deeiringc their addrees chanced nmnet seed their former addressees well as the new address; this should be remembered. THE TRIBUNE. Gireat Falls. Mont. A ceople of Indian agents have tele graphed the department at Washington that there 'is no cause for alh in among the settlers" in the vicinity of Jackson's 1tole. Just what the agents know about it is hurd to tell. The scouts who are arriving froi that section tel...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 9 August 1895

OF THE S aturday, A ug. 3. Robert Thoroughtnan, a prominent rancher of the Chestnut valley, is in the city. George McDonald returned yesterday from Anaconda, where he baa been visit ing for the past week. J. E. Sheridan, editor of the Belt Val ley Times, was In town yesterday but left in the morning for a visit to Ana conda. B. B. and W. L. Cook, the under takers, will soon occupy the store on Central avenue formerly occupied by A. P. Curtin & Co. The Butte and Montana Cemmercial company have filed articles of incorpor ation with the county clerk for the tran saction of business in Valley county. Glasgow Record. T. M. Chamberlain, the wool grower of Otter Creek, is spending a few days in the city. He expects to couruience having in a few days and is getting his rrachines in readiness. The Sand Coulee Miner has consoli dated with the Belt Valley Times, and hereafter the Times will be sent to the Miner subscribers. A. T. Kellison will still have charge of the Sand Coulee de partme...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 9 August 1895

English Speaking White Miners in the Spring Valley, Ill., Coal Re gions Preparing FOR A DEADLY CONFLICT With Foreigners, Under the Leader ship of Italians. and Negroes Lawless Spirit Intensifying. Cutc.iAo, Aug. 5.-A special to the Post from Springtield, ill., says: The foreigners, under the leadership of Italians, and negroes who have concen trated their forces at Seatonville, are in both organizing today and as the towns ti are practically under mob law a deadly ti coutlict is anticipated. The English ci speaking miners in Spring Valley, to the al number of 200, held a mass meeting and Is pavso.A a resolution that no negroes, men, tb women or invalids, te allowed to remain it inside tie city limits after 10 o'clock to- ti morrow evening. Speeches of the most n intiammatory nature were made advocat- p ing the immediate opening of hostilities The negroes of Seatonviile held a meet ing later and organic Žd for active serv ice. Bureau county has 300 repeating Winchester ril-s stored i...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 9 August 1895

ISCAD[ CUUH I Y NVUU IIOOS[ n tih Poor Are Cared For Under the New System of County Control. Is (heaper as Well as Better Than the Contract System-What the Figures Show. Cascade county is unique among all ie counties in the state in one respect t least, She is the only county in the tate that cares for its poor and sick ithout the intervention of the poor 0one contractor. The change was ado about April 181)4, and since that ice the county, through their reliro entative, Auditor BIeachley, have taken irent charge of the poor house. '[he ewi system has now been in operation eng enough to be able to make a fair omtparison between the old systen, and ith this object in view a T i ii ,r. re orter paid a visit the other day to the county pour houret, alout tIo miltes up the Missouri river. It is a largo and handlomte brick structure, three Ftot, i high, and surrounded by a garden oi about five acres of land. 'Tho reporter was shown over the structure and grounds by Superintendent Johnson ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 9 August 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Pc wer. -Latest U. S. Gov't Report. mossP w e CHAIRMAN BLAND Missouri Democrats Elect Silver's Chaln pion Temporary Chairman of the State Monetary Convention. A RED HOT FIGHT EXPECTED Over an Att impt to Alber the Per sonnuel of the state Central Co01iiitt tee. Pet:rt.. S it a-. M1i.. Aug. d. The situati--it 1n'i hutrs before the hour fo'r th- stlt' Jo"uatruarlie umoetary con ven tL n no swet is o~ne of 1eant uncer taibayt. '?The iihod forces hate not in i i-lii ,iatii' theirer orts for i change in the it-at, ntiiliii eMut tii a'', and at this - il at' -ile silver ,ntre ti ln ieiems to he i-st eIi1tht of ill tie tittltt f ii an itv im - uitti e. - i i tt east sut i h t ti litit. le s there o ts tt il :awe the si ty I ' - ili Co itrol t iliti tntl it l ~f the stated Ito'ra iy. The ato tri tof the it. i1',nis hit I--al ion eatlt thi ii:iniii it r uits it a ' ei- el Flit't of u-i t fiti c . c tt hile the it. Louis aelu'g-cii s can ti counted ai to vote pract...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 16 August 1895

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. --LUME XI. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , AUGUST 16, 1895. NUM BER - M. AUFMAN.. THE... MEN'S OUTFITTER While in New York I bought a stock of Winter Under wear from a mill that failed, and as these goods are com ing in every day, and we haven't room for them, we will start an advance sale SATURDAY Of Heavy Winter Underwear at One-Half Actual Value. We guarantee this as adver tised or your money hack. Jm .._M. KAUFMAN SUN RIVER PARK. Matt lDunn Brings Suit for Money In stead of Warrants. Mathew Dunn yesterday instituted suit in the district court against the city of Great Falls, to recover $4,5(1, with in terest at 10 per cent per annum from January 10, 1894, and costs of suit. lie alleges that in January and Feb ruary, 1893, the city sold bonds desig nated as "park purchase" bonds and received therefor $42,10350; that after wards plaintiff and 1). 1). Lambie sold to the city, for a consideration of 812,C00, the Sun River park; that Lambie has assigned his...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 16 August 1895

FOUR SHOOT ONE A Member of the Mississippi Legisla ture, a Prominent Lawyer. Kills His Caltlunlliaator, WHO ACCUSED HIM OF CRIME 2Murderer IHad Deuountced the Slander as False, But the Victim Repeated It. BarArDxoN, Miss., Aug. 1.,-At i a. m. Dabney Marsnall, a prominent lawyer and member of the state legislature from Vicksburg, and two of his friends shot and killed .. T'. I)inkens, agent of the Austin Machine company. While stand ing on the platform of the depot, D)in kens was approached by Mlarehall and his two compalnion, i . It. Coleman and 0. S. Cox of \lcksburg. Marshall sail. "This is Mr. Iinktens," u it p iran.g a pistol at Diuikens' stimachl:. discharged the weapon. I tnkaln grabbd tb- pis tol just as it wus tlred aiid possibly the first shot did nit take I trect. h [ltn kens backed aw iy frtm .Marshal!. there was a fuaieade from are.il' c tmpan ions. It is tl. n-Lt [ k;:s !red 1 r-i shall's pistoi at ti. it atter, it w i found in I:: hv I when .a L M' shall, Cul . nu " ,'...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 16 August 1895

THE COUNTY LEVY IS MADE it Will Amount to the Same as Last Year-12 I-2 Mills-on a RIe duced Valuation. .Special Levy for the Schools-County Valuation, $10,)041,1 37: City Valuation, 85,87 2.-i00. The board of equalization Monday adjourned after reducing the valuation of the city banks 1y $119,400. This was done at the demand of the banks who claimed that they should be treated the same as they were in other counties and not placed at any disadvantage. As they now stand they are assessed for two thirds of the amount of their capital stock and undivided profits after the amount invested in United States bonds has been deducted. The board of county commleesioners mot after the adjourn ment of the board of equalization and tixed on the following tax levy: For the general fund, 10 mile; for the road fund, 2% mills; for the stock in lemnity fund, 1j of 1 mill; for the stock inspector and detective fund, I '. mills; for the stock bounty fund, i., mills. The three last taxes are levied only...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 16 August 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. WiELKLY One year..........$800 One year..........1t Mix months........ 4.U0 ix months....... .00 One month........ .75 Three months..... .75 ine week ......... 2 Single copy....... .05 Unleus paid in advance the daily will invari. ably he 75 eeits per month, and the weekly $2 per eart, $1 for six months and 20 cente per month for lees than six months. Advertislni rate. furnishled ,n applieatiorn. 'Tlu TIel UNtI laeve. all cHnmlpetit.ors far nll hind in clr uletion. Advortisera nmly have ac ceos to its hok' at any titO,r Insocrieere deairing their address ,hanled moet send their former address as well as the new address; this should he remembered. THIIE TRIBUNE. Great Falls. blent. MOMITANA PIEONS. The Independent must have heard some news on the inside that indicates that James J. Hill is yet liable to get control of the Northern l'acilic. This is -too bad. It keeps the Independent in a perturbed state of mind. It causes it to abandon et...

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