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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 1 June 1887

ALL ABOUT LONTANA. General Information for P@6plb Seek ing Homes. Many people who seek lhformation about Great Falls are also desirous to learn something about Montana in general. Such may be informed with certainty that the building of the Manitoba and Montana Central railroads4through this territory, for a length of about 600 miles, will provide a wide field for settlement. Montana is rich is natural resources. It contains an area of 92,000,)09 acres, of which 25,000, 000 are arable with a rich tenacious soil. baY AND PURE AR. The mild climate of Montana, which is peculiar in a latitude so high, is accounted for in part by the natural law, stated by Prof. Agassiz, that 500 feet of altitude in its climatic influence is equal to one de gree of latitude. The passes over the highest ranges in Montana have no greater altitude than 6,000 feet above the level of the sea. The highest peaks of Montana 'ale not as high as the timber line of Colo rado. The tables of the Hayden survey, compil...

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. — 4 June 1887

GREAT LL TRIBE VOL. I. GREAT FALLS,, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY- MORNING, JUNE 4, 1887, " NO. &, PREPARING ACTIVELY. Officers and Committees Appointed for the Fourth of July Celebration. There was a well-attended, spirited meeting of the general committee on the Fourth of July celebration held at the townsite office Wednesday. Plans for celebrating the day with success were dis cussed and many good suggestions were elicited. Much earnestness was evinced and the officers and committees- were chosen with the sole purpose of putting the right man in the right place. Among those present were Messrs. Samuel H. Nichols, Ringwald, Wren, Mat kin, Clark, Mathews, Brady, Wetzel, Spur gin, Will H. Nichols and O'Dwyer. The meeting was called to order by Hon. Samuel H. Nichols, and Will H. Nichols acted as secretary. The following appointments were made: President of the Day-PARIs GIBsoN. Vice President-S. H. Nicnoi,s. Chaplain-REV. JOHN REID. Grand Marshal-DR. A. G. LADD. Assistant Marshal...

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. — 4 June 1887

Weekly Tribene Estabhls'ed M~* 4, 1885. GREAT FALLS TRiBUNE PuBL xgaD DAILY AND SM"WImLY BY. TIE TRIBUNE PUBLISIING COIPANY, [INCOPOaTTul] WILL HANKS, President. H. O. CHOWEN, Vice-Pres. C. .I WEBSTER, Sec. and Treas. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subscriptions must be paid in advance. DAILY. S BERI-WEEELY. Oneyear. by mail, $10.00 One year, by mail, 83.0o Six months, " .00 Six months " 1.5 One month " 1.00 Three months" 1.00 One week, by carrier, 25 Single copy,...... 10 All city subscribers to Daily delivered by carrier Advertising rates furnished on application. The circulation of the TarrBos in Northern Montana is guarantoed to exceed that of any pa per published in the territory. Subscribers desiring their address changed must send their former address; this should be remembered. Address: TRIBUNE PUBLISHING Co., Great Falls. Montana. NO. 3525. FIRST NATIONAL BANKI of Great Falls. CAPITAL, - - - $50,000.00 OFFIICERS: C. A. BROADWATER, - President H. O. CHOWEN, - Vice-President L. G. ...

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. — 4 June 1887

ELOQUENT ADDRESSES. Major Maginnis Makes a Strong Appeal for Statehood. HELENA, May 31.--The memorial exer cises as already announced in the TauaB.tE were crowned with success. Ex-Governor Platt Carpenter made an eloquent address, in which he said: - "No monument is needed to perpetuate the memory of our braves who perished in the great struggle. The shaft is celes tial that can reach to the summit of their glory. Their fame will outlast the printed page and be cherished as ling as a spark of patriotism shall glow in the human breast. As we think of them our eyes search not for the sepulcher, but instinct tively turn to the heavens. May the numberless tributes of to-day. i whether uttered from the rostrum or breathed from the mansion or the cabin, be borne on the breeze, and following the pathway of our departed heroes, awaketi joy in the spirit world that their labors and sacrifices are remembered and appre ciated. They have ceased to walk the earth-their dust may have returned to ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 4 June 1887

GENERAL MONTANA NEWS. Lewiston whnts more carpenters: Coulson lays claim to a realestatebootfl. There is now a good. stage of Water in the Missouri. The Billings stock-yards are again com - lag into active use. Col. Sanders will deliver the Fourth of July address at Bozeman. The live-stock business in the B' itter Root valley is very lively. The output of ore from Red Mo' antain is said to be constantly increasing. B. N. Trask has perfected a sch- eme for giving water-works to South Butt e. Only twenty-five votes were crast at the Anaconda school election last week. There is now a daily stage between Ar genta and the Hot Springs, near Bannack City. Mr. Udzlefl of Chicago recently bought 125 head of horses in and around Stevens ville. The busifess of the Wickes branch rail road has trebled in the last eighteen months. The Rev. R. E. Smith of Helena delivered the oration on Decoration Day at Fort Custer. Billings claims to have more dress makers than any town of its size on the Northe...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 8 June 1887

GREKAT 'ALLS ThIBUf VOL. I, GREAT FALLS, MONTANA T'ERRITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 8, 1887. .NO,. . - '- --- STEADY PROGRESS. Col. Dodge Gives Good News Regard ing the Wickes Tunnel-Build ing Over the Mullan Tunnel. BUTrE,;$une 3.-Col. J. T. Dodge, chief engineer of the Montana Central, arrived in Butte Tuesday night, and left for Helena next morning. A reporter of the Inter Mountain fodnd him at Engineer Ray's office in the Chambers block, and struck Mim for the latest railroad news. THE MONTANA cENTRAL. "How about the progress of the Mon tana Central?" "Well you may say it is very favorable. Of course we have been hindered so far by the weather, and by all the delays in cident to the beginning of large opera tions. We attacked the heaviest work first, and so far have not had all the labor ers rwiom we wanted to employ. We will put on a large force from time to time, and eur progress'will be faster be dfore long. I thiank that it is reasonable to expect that the Montana Central w...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 8 June 1887

W.eMy Tribs Etablished May i4, s185. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PnLI55 DAILY AND Ba .WnitLk THE TRIBUNE lilPUBLIIlSG COMPANY, [xcotroHAYa] WILL HANKS, President. H. O. CHOWEN, Vice-Pres. 0. M. WEBSTER, See, and Try. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ma. subecriptions must be paid in advance. DAILY. .sewr-WEKELY. Oineyear bymal,$10.00 One year, by mail, $8.00 i months, 5.00 Six months 1.50 Oae month " 1.00 Three menths" 1.00 On eek, by carrier, 1 Single copy,...... 10 All city sabcribers to Dailydelivered by carrier Advertising rates furnished on application. The drculation of the tinrex in Northern Mlntanua is uaranteed to exceed that of any pa per pnblihed in the territory. Sabseribers desiring their address changed must send their former address; this should be remembered. Address: Taransu PuaBLsImae Co., Great 1alls, Montana. NO. 8525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Great Falls. CAPITAl, . - $50,000.00 OFFIOERS: C. A. BEoAwirua, - President H 0. C0owEN, - Vice-President L. G. PHBLPs, - Cashier A. E. DICoSERI...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 8 June 1887

IMPORTANT MOVEMENT. 'The Cree indians to Be Sent North d.h-heW aTBand Moving. FoRn Sn.w, June .--[Special Cores pondence of the;TRxThUN.-Orders have been given for the removal hence of the Cree Indians, who came here last year in consequences .of the northwestern dis turbances in Canada. A scout proceeded from here yesterday to the Indian camp with wagons. He is to bring the whole band down here from their camp at the head of Sun river and escort them across the Marlas river, and then northward by w'y of Fort Benton. The exactdestination of the band is un known, but it is supposed that they will be placed somewhere in the Canadian dominion, probably in Assiniboia. The settlers on the upper Sun river are greatly pleased at the removal of this band. They number 113 in all, and although not hostile, their presence has given rise to some uneasiness. Earnest efforts have been made for their removal which are now crowned with cuccess. The Manitoba Railroad. Fowr BFiTrON, June 4.-Mr. Griff...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 8 June 1887

PROCLA IFATION To Our Well. Beloved 8ubjects in" Northern Montana, Greeting: We hereby direct you to meet at Great Falls on the Fourth day of, July, 1887, to celebrate with due honor the anniversary of the Declaration of American Inlepen deace. We desire especially the presence of our subjects who reside in the valleys of the Missouri, the Sun, the Teton and the Marias, including those living in Fort Benton, Sun River, Choteau and Neihart. We direct our representative at Great Palls to carry into effect the following de cree: I. The great festival is to be announced at midnight by the ringing of bells and the discharge of cannon and fireworks. Each store and residence, including our castle on the Missouri, shall be decorated with evergreens and display the national colors. II. The citizens shall assemble in the forenoon to hear the Declaration of Inde pendence read by Charles M. Webster end listen to an oration appropriate thereto by our worthy counsellor, George W. Tay III. The ban...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 11 June 1887

GREAT iALLS TRIBUNEN VOL, IL GREAT FALLS, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 11, 1887, NO, 8, GREAT FALLS SCENERY. Information for Tourisis-The Un rivaled Picturesqueness of This Region. There is probably no place on this con tinent where one's eyes can rest upon so much grand anJ beautiful scenery, in so short a distance, as along the Missouri be tween Helena and Great Falls. It Is an enchanting tiip, by boat, through the "Gate of the Mountains" over "Half breed rapids" and thence by easy stages to the coming metropolis of Montana, at Great Falls. This delightful voyage which includes the far-famed Missouri canyon is destined, at no distant day, to become one of the most popular trips in our broad and picturesque country. THE RAPIDS. The headivaters of the Missouri burst joyously forth from the bosom of the ever lasting hills and flow untroubled, with bouyancy, until they reach a point about fifty miles above our city of Great Fa.ls. Here a perceptible change creeps over the...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 11 June 1887

Weekly Tribsae Essblisb d Myr 14, 1885. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE miTiD DAILT AXD sax-W LY Br TE TRIBUIE PUBLISHIJG COPA~tY, [IXOOBPOBATxD] WILL HA~ES, President. H. 0. CO. HOWEN, Vice-Pres. C. M. WEBBSTER, Se. and Treas. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mall subecriptions must be paid in advance. DAILT. I SEM-WEEKLY. Oneyear, by mail, $10.00 One year. by mail, $3.00 Biz months, 5.00 Six monthe 1.50 Oae month " 1.00 Three menths" 1.00 One week, by carrier, l2 Single copy...... 10 All city sabsoribers to Daily delivered by carrier Advertising rates furnished on application. The circulation of the TRIBUNE in Northern Montana is guaranteed to exceedthat of any pa per published in the territory. Sabsceribers desiring their address changed must send their former address; this shuid be zemembered. Address: TarIBua PUBLTHBING CO., Great Falls, Montana. NO. 3525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Great Falls. CAPITAL, - - - $50,000.00 O'P'rzIOERS: 0. A. Bnsonwrn, - President H. O. CHOWEN, - Vice-President L. G. PHELPs, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 11 June 1887

A SLUGGING MATCH. An Unexpected Encounter of Two Heavy-Weights in Great Falls -Many Bruises, but no Fatal Injuries. First-avenue Sduth was the scene Wed nesday of a disgraceful fight between ('on Morns, a plasterer, and William McGeehan, a boilermaker. Morris and McGeehan, who are chums, have been on a spree. They slept in the same room Tuesday night and met In the morning at Curley Jim's saloon. Morris missed his revolver and accused McGeehan of steal ing. McGeehan denied that he took the revolver. "If you don't give me that re volver, I'll thump you," said Morris. Some words followed and he struck McGeehan in the mouth. This roused the blood of the boilermaker and he dared Morris to come outside and have it out. They went across the avenue to a vacant lot, and both took off their coats, but retained their undershirts. The brutal fight began without any for mality in presence of a small crowd which gradually increased in number until it looked as if a circus had come to town. Peopl...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 11 June 1887

OUR PLAIPFORA.. OFFICE OF DAILY GLton ST. PAuL, May 14, 1787.-Dear Sir-Wiil you please send by return mail an expression of you preference for president and vice-presi dent Yours truly, LuwIs BAKER. The above letter after making a long circuit has reached us. We arp pleased to see that our opinion is desired, but of what value is it? We are citizens of a territory which is al lowed no voice in the choice of presi dent. In open defiance of the princi ple that taxation without representa tion is tyranny, this territory must stand aside listlessly, while even the untutored darkies, whom our veterans helped to set free are in a position to deside by their votes who shall be president and what taxes shall be imposed. This wrong continues although our territory exceeds in extent all New England and has a larger adult population than Nevada, which, like Colorado in 1876, may by her three votes decide the presidency' It con tinues although we have more people than California and Texas, whic...

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. — 15 June 1887

GREAT FALLS TRIN E. VOL I, * GREAT FALLS, MONTANA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 15, 1887, 1IO 9, AWFUL BUTCHERY. A Disputed Land Claim Causes a Fearful Tregedy. HUIoNo, Dak., June 6.-A quadruple murder and suicide occurred in Lake By ron to-day, as the result of a land dispute of long standing. Simon S. Neilson who had used threatening language against the Shaw family, went to a field where were Mrs. Shaw, her sister Miss Lyman, her brother E. S. Lyman and J. A. Kelsey a neighbor. Mrs. Shaw's son Corwin was also there ploughing. When Corwin had plowed across the field with Lyman just behind him, and turned to make another furrow, Neilson came out with a Winchester rifle and shot at Lyman, who dashed behind his horses and was not hit. Lyman called to all: "Run for your lives!" Corwin ran, but he fell dead, shot through the heart, the ball entering his back at a distance of thirty yards. Neilson fired at Kelsey, who fell shot through the right lung and Neil son supposed him dead....

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. — 15 June 1887

rNee Tribes.e etbblised May 14, 1885. -GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE B! 711 TrBUlE PUBLISHING COI.PAY, WILL HA KS, Presid nt. H. O. CHOWEN, Vice-Pres. Q. U. WEBSTBBR, Bee. sid Trwe. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail sabsrcptiona must be paid in advance. Imoths. A Six month " 1.50 month" 1.00 Three menthe" 1.00 week, bo arrier, 25s Single copy,...... 10 MA ei. sube.ribers to Daily delipred by carrier Advert.Min rates furnished on application. The eireulation of the Taauaz in Northern ,Montana i guaranteedto exceedthat of any pa perpublished in the territory. Subseribres desiring their address changed aust o end their former address; this shunid be esmembered. Address: Tarauan PurLrsHrNe Co., Great falls, Montana. HO. 8525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Great Falls. CAPITAL, - - - $50,000.00 O cowERBs: 0. A. BadoDATB, - President H. O. Oaown, - Vice-President I, G. PALPS, - Cashier A. E~. Doxrnrua , Ass't Cashier DIZ1ECO'IDO ES: a. A. BROADWATER, rPAms GIBsON, ROBERT VAUGHN, H. 0. . oHWEN, A. B. DIOKERMAN, L. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 15 June 1887

GREAT FALLS SPORTSMEN. Toy Are A Prepa ring For Fun on On the Fourth-Two Chaenges :Announced. There is a general sporting revival at Great Falls. Rowing, baseball and glove contests are all the talk. The trotting and running races that are to come off on the Fourth of July also occupy the attention of the sports on First-avenue South and elsewhere, who discuss nightly the coming contests. As one result of the sporting revival the "Unknown" infGrws the sporting editor of the TRIBUNE that he will row any one in the town for a mile and return for the championship of Great Falls. The race to take place on the Fourth of July. En tiles may be made at Williss.' As there are some good oarsmen Intown a Spirited contest may be expected. Bill McGeehan is on the war-path and spoiling for a fight. As may be seen by the challenge printed elsewhere he is is open to fight Con Morris or any other man in Montana for $250 a side. The fight to take place on or after the Fourth of July. McGeehan propose...

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. — 15 June 1887

A BOO1 COMI~TG. "it WIl Exceed n _Magntud the Booms that Have Occur red n Montana." GR&aT FALLs, June 1.--Editor Gazestte; In compliance with your request, I send you some of the facts about this much talked of city of the future. Some years ago Mr. Paris Gibson, well-known in connection with the wool industry of Mon tans, became impressed with the idea that the unlimited water-power of the falls of the j(issouri, could be utilized to build up a second Minneapolis. Just above the upper, or Black Eagle falls, he found a magnificent location for such a city, and after due consideration of its advantages, submitted the project to Mr. Hill, of the St Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba railroad. Mr. Hill took in the situation, and asso clating with him a dozen other capitalists, each worth over $10,000,000, acquired a large tract of land on each side of the Mis souri--so large as (to prevent all possi bility of interference from outside parties. In due time the townside was platted, an...

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. — 18 June 1887

GREAT FALLSA S R1BUE. VOL, I, GREAT FALLS, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 18, 1887, NO. 10. OUR STOCK INTERESTS. Bright Prospects for the Stck and Sheep Industry. The present season promises to restore our ranges to their original grandeur; and, but for the presence of our herds and flocks, Montana pasture lands would pre sent an appearance such as has not been witnessed since the summer of 1878, and even with the presence of our stock our ranges are putting on a robe of luxuriant green, the equal of which has not been worn for a number of years. The grass is shooting forth with remarkable rapidity on our valleys, hillsides and mountain parks, and stock of all kinds are flourish ing splendidly. The young lambs, which are very num erous, are having a royal time, while the little colts and calves, though fewer in number, are feasticg on the fat of the land. Things are not so full of promise for those who wish to sell as formerly; but as re gards the perpetuity of the stock ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 June 1887

eeMy Tritrbe EstblisbIe Mrq 14, 18S. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE weasurap AIxtr AoJ sm-.wM T TRIBIINE PUBLISBRII COILPAY, [xsoonmoansn] WILL HANXS, Presider. H. 0O. CHOWIN, Vice-Pres. G. M. WEBBTER, Be.S and Treas. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail sbscriptions must be paid in advance. DAiLY. SeI-W __. Oa s.,bynmsll, 10.00 One year, by mail, $3.00 W = 44a , 5.00 Six months " 1.50 Ome month "' 1.00 Three mentkse" 1.00 One week, by carrier. 21 Single copy,...... 10 All .ity sabsribers to Daily deivered by er idsorising rates furnished on application. The oircalation of the Tnxa iU in Northern Montaa is guaranteed to exceed that of any pa per publshed in the territory. Subscrlbers desiring their address changed must send their former address; this should be semembered. Address TalsaU Poa5wsarxe Co., Great palls, Montana, NO. 3525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Great Falls. CAPITAL, - - - $50,000.00 O OPIOERS: C. A. Bo.owAimR, - President H. 0. Cneowu, - Vice-President L G. PHELPS, - Cashier A. E. Dicnxa xr, -...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 June 1887

COMING ON STEADILY. Advices From the Front-The Great Army of Labor March ing on. END oF TRACK, May 29.-Things here are booming. The immense army of laborers will be on the Buford reservation, at Little Muddy, on Wednesday next. Grant & Ross, the contractors, have track-laying, bridge ing and grading outfits scattered along for 150 miles ahead. This will be the biggest feat in rail road construction ever done in the United States, if not in the world. ~verything goes on like clockwork, and the distance is reduced by over four miles per day to Great Falls, where the track will be in Septem ber. [Later advices have announced the com pletion of the track to Fort Buford.] OPERATING TERMINUS. The new town of Minot, adivision head quarters of the Manitoba railway, is the liveliest in Dakota atthis time. Missionary Williams has recently been there and no doubt saw a rich field for his labors. The young entry is already bigger than Steele in houses, and in population as big as a million....

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