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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 23 July 1887

;GRADERS COMING. Mr. Sims Visits Great Falls to Pre pare for the Advance of the Railroad Builders-Lively Times at Hand. Mr. Peter Sims and Mr. Armington ar rived yesterday from Fort Benton on business connected with the Manitoba rail. rcad.' Mr. Sims, who is a veteran rail road builder, is a member of the firm of Shepherd, Winston & Co, who have the contract for building the extension of the Manitoba line from Minot to Great Falls. He brings the good news that before the end of the month graders will be at work in this neighborhood.- He came on to make arrangements for the approach of the graders and to determine what force will be needed in this locality. Mr. Sims is confident that the track will be graded to this city in September. The steel rails will be laid promptly and then track-lay ing will be begunon the Montana Central, which will connect this city with Helena and Butte. The graders will be paid here and much business activity may be expec ted to result from their stay...

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. — 27 July 1887

GREAT FAIlS TRIBUNE. VOL I, GREAT FALLS, MONTANA TERRITORY WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 27, 1887, NO. 21 BOODLERS ALARMED, An Ex-Commissioner Gives Inside Facts in the Witness Box, and Stands the Cross. CurcAno, July 25.-Public interest in the big boodle case is now greater than ever on account of the damaging testi mony given by ex-Commissioner Lynn. On Saturday he was subjected to a seven cross-examinatIon, but in the main his testimony was unshaken. Members- of the firm of Clowes & Co. next gave their testimony in the case of the boodlers. They testified that Ed. McDonald demand ed commissions from them on an order and when they appealed to Klehm, the chairman of the board of commissioners, he said they had better take care of the "boys" or else they would find themselves at the end of their rope. Commissioner Lynn on direct examination, testified that while he was county commissioner, all dealers 'who furnished the county of Cook t with supplies were required to pay the ring of c...

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. — 27 July 1887

NO. 8525. IST NATIONAL BANBK OF GREAT FALLS. CAPITAL, - - - $50,000.00 OFFICERS. C. A. BROADwaTTR, - President H. O. CHowEN, - Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, - Cashier A. E. DICERRMan. - Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS. S. A. BROADWATER, T. E. COLLINS, PARIS GIBSON, MARTIN MAGINNIS, ROBERT VAUGHN, " JOHN LEPLEY, H. O. CHOWEN, A. E. DICKERMAN, L. G. PHELPS. A general banking business transacted. Exchange drawn on the principal points in the tattes and Europe. Prompt attention given to collections. Interest allowed on time deposits. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1887. WALTER M. O'DwYER, EDITOR. TO THE PUBLIC. Until further notice Will Hunks ,well have entire control of the Daly and Sem i Weekly Tribute. JERRY COIIxNS, Business Manager Tribune Publishing Co. June 30, 1887. THE EUROPEAEAN SITUATION. THERE Is now a fair prospect that the year will pass without an Euro pean war. The overthrow of the late French ministry has rendered Gen. Boulanger less dangerous to the peace of Europe. W...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 27 July 1887

RAPID WORK. f The Manitoba Line Covered with a Graders Between Great Falls d and Fort Bento p It is dlf.cult to reol"'1e that the great n Manitcba ex*ension is so near completed. i Less than four months ago, when the n first shovelful of dibt w. sthrown west of Minot, in our sister territory of Dakota, r the wise ones shook their heads despite n the assunvnce of Mr. Hill and his associ- I ates that the line would be completed to Gret Fells in September. It was con sidered a railroad yarn, and practicably beyond the resources of brains and money to car.y out, but the work of the past few P months h-,ve developed the fact that Mr. a R:ll well knew what he was talking about. sATU .DAY WORK WAS BEGUN d this side of Fort Benton, and within ten n days the line between this place and Fort Benton will be covered by a continuous line of griders, who are under contract to complete the gr.de within thirty deys. A ]r ;e ortfit moved 'o Bulls He.d to-day, w 'e-e conside: cble heavy woar will hav...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 27 July 1887

-I-U·--- mnn lnmnln-u . J ,LIGHTNING AND HAIL A nexpected Storm-Queer FreAks of Lightaing in the Town site Office. Between half past nine and ten o'clock In the forenoon to-day, the clouds became dark and the air heavy. The peculiar feel ing which preceds thunder and lightning was very apparent. Soon rain begin to fall and in a moment this was followed by hailstones. They were not quite as large as pigeon eggs, but they were certainly as big as buckshot and struck the windows with considerable force. They drifted as they fell and in places there were small heaps nearly an inch high. The storm lasted about ten minutes and was inter mixed with a kind of sleet. No damage is reported from the hailstones, which, un like the storm in August, 1885, broke no windows and filled no rooms as they en tered through the broken glass. The hail storm to-day cooled the air, and if it hasn't harmed the growing crops the country will be none the worse for it. As the wind was light it is hoped that the...

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. — 30 July 1887

OL GRRE AT MONTANA TERRITORY SATURDAY MORNING ULY 1887 N 2 YOL*I, GREAT FALLS, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1887, NO. 2, THE LAST DRIVE. Stockmeo Believe that Cattle-Driving Northward Will Soon-Have to be Abandoned. DEnVER, Col., July 28.- Cattlemen who now have their herds going north on the great cattle trail have decided upon a move which will prove sensational news to cat tlemen throughout the west. It is an agreement among the owners to face-about the 50,000 head now on the trail and drive them back into Texas. The reason for so doing is because there is absolutely no market for the cattle, and to turn the' herds back is the only solution to the dif ficulty into which the cattle owners find themselves involved. The meeting at which this conclusion war arrived at was held in the rooms of the Cattle-growers' association. This action is a most important one, in asmuch as it practically removes from ex istence forever the long-used cattle trail for the transportati...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 30 July 1887

NO. 66s2. a IRST NATIONAL BANK1 OF GREAT FALLS. CAPITAl, - - $50,000.00 OFFIOERS. C. A. RoanwATrn, - President t IL O. CHownx, - Vice-President I L. G. PHaLPI, - Cashier a A. E. Dzcx.ai.x. - Ass't Cashier c DIRECTORS. e. A. BIoADWATIR, T. E. COLLINS, PARIS GIBSON, MARTIN MAGINNIS, ROBBRT VAUGHN, JOHN LEPLET, t l. o. OHOWIn, A. . DICKERMAN, L. e. PHELPR. A general banking business transacted. rochange drawn on the principal points in the 6 Mtates and Europe. Prompt attention given to collections. Interest allowed on time deposita. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1887. WALTER M. O'DWYER, EDITOR. TO THE PUBLIC. Until further notiee Will Hanks z till Unve entire control of th Daily and Semi- I Weekly Tribune. JERRY COLLINS, Business Manager Tribune Publishing Co. Jane 30, 1887. THE CATTLE TRADE. The Manitoba railroad with its eustomary enterprise is preparing to accommodate stock-shippers in nirth ern Montana. Mr. Mohler, the gen- 4 eral freight agent announces that re ceiving y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 30 July 1887

MURDER WILL OUT. Harry patterson, alias James Wilber, Arrested for a Crime Commit ted Two Years Ago. )eputy Sheriff P. H. Smalley of Chey :enne, Wyoming, arrived hereon the coach Wednesday and was met by Sheriff Black who had been in waiting here for his arrival for t;o days previous, About 11 o'clock they arrested James Wilber on the charge of murder committed two years ago in Wyoming, and the Wyoming offi cial being armed with a requisition signed by Gov. Leslie, he left in company with the prisoner and Sheriff Black, who will accompany them as far as Helena, for the scene of the crime. Sheriff Smalley, who is a most affable and courteous gentleman, as well as one of the most efficient officers in the west, kindly gave a reporter of the TaRIBuu an account of the crime for which Harry Pat terson alias S. Sommerfield alias Jas. Wil her, is now under arrest, and also a short history of the accused previous to the mur der. Five years ago Wilber, then known as Harry Patterson, followed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 30 July 1887

PUBLIC OPINION. rTH COPPnR coMBINArlON. The consumation of the deal by which the Mountain View mine and the properties of the Montana Copper com psnles have been consolidated means that the copper product of Butte will be great ly.ncreased. But it means also that a ned concentrating and smelting plant will hake to be erected by the consolidated company. The present works of the Mon tana Copper Company are in no condition to compete in the matter of production with the other concerns here.--Butte In ak Mountain. UPHOLDS PROTECTION. As for the great organizations of labor el ment, we have cenfidence to think they will be found almost entire in support of prBtection. We know that the great rail road interests and influence will be inter ested in those developments that create the-bulk and life of internal commerce. We shall welcome the issue if it comes as proposed. We are for protection to American manufactures and Airerican labor. We are for using any surplus that can be spared to bu...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 3 August 1887

GREAT FA ALLS TRIBUU N VOL. I. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1887, NO,-23 MONTANA'S ZENITH CITY. How Others See Us-Great Falls, its Beauties and Advantages De scribed by Mr. Molinelli. GREAT FALLS, July 28.---fSpcial cor respondence to the Helena Independent]. -Since my former visit to the Cataract City, or, as some call it, the Zenith City of the Missouri, nature and art have combin ed to improve its general appearance. The trees which fringe the river and border the park impart a pleasing aspect to the general view, while art does its share in the new annex to the hotel, which makes that spacious building seem like a French chateau of the olden time. On nearer ap proach to the city one descries Central av enue, filled with brick and lumber, which at places render it almost impassable. If you ask what all this means, the old set tler-that is, the resident of two or three years-will wonder at your lack of knowl edge and sum it all up in the comprehen s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 3 August 1887

no. as25a IRTNATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. SAPITAL, - - - $50,000.00 or-ones. 6. A. BaowArwsz, - President H. 0. OCowux, - Vise-President L. G. Parnn, - Cashier A. L DPoIKxiA. - Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS. e. A. UIOADWAVUR, T. U. COLLINS, PARIS e13a01, MAnTIN xAGINIxIs, ROBERT VAUGHN, J0N LUPLEY, iL Q. CEOWUN, A. U. DICKURMAN, L.. PAeLPS. A ie.mI banking buainess trannaeted. bhobange drawn on the principal points in the StaaisRurop.. Prempt attention given to collections. Interest allowed on time deposits. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WEDN8EDAY, AUGUST 3, 1887. WALTZER M. O'Dwmra, EDrron. TO THE PUBLIC. UnSil further noties Will Hanks will Mee entire eautrai of the Daily and Semi W.eaqy Tribune. JERRY COLLINS, Business Manager Tribune Publishing 6*. hane 30,1867. SPREAD THE LIGHT. The extra session will *afford the legislature an opportunity to take measures for the encouragement of immigration. Hitherto Montana has allowed Dakota and New Mexico, which has not a tithe of her eesources to outdo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 3 August 1887

THE FIRST GUN. Ohio Begins the Presidential Canvass by Endorsing ShermaA The Platform. ToLEno, July 30.-The Republican state convention was called to order at 10 a. in. on Thursday. The committee on credentials and rules reported and the report was adopted. Governor Charles Foster, chairman of the committee on t resolutions, read the platform. It begins with a strong protective tariff plank, as follows: We are In favor of a protective tariff, to secure American citi- t zena the privilege of supplying every ir ticle which can be produced as well In 1 the-United States as in other countries, and I sufficiently to supply American wants. I Such a tariff makes a demand for and gives employment to the labor of Amer-. can citizens, and thereby aids in securing just compensation for labor. The Ohio democratic platform of a tariff for revenue only is strongly denounced. lihe resolutions urge congress to pass as law to protect the United States from the inroads of anarchists, communists, poly...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 3 August 1887

`3PRAY OFPTfEE FALLS. WA. Hutchinson of Belt Is in town to day. County Treasurer Minar arrived in the eity last evening. G. W. Jackson, the well-known music dealer of Helena, is in the city. J. O. Gregg and G. W. Bird of Fargo same in on the coach this morning. John Burke has just received the sad intelligence of the serious illness of his father, who resides at Buckinghain, Can ada. Tents and wagon sheets, grain cradles, hay forks, hand rakes, binding twine and machine extras at J. H. McKnight & Co's. * Cashier Phelps of the First National bank has received notice that the entire Manitoba extension construction force 4 will be paid through his bank. , Dave Wilson, of the stock firm of Wil son brothers, has just arrived from Helena with a car-load of thoroughbred Hereford bulls. He offers a few of them for sale. A. M. Lowell has on exhibition in the Park hotel some of the largest onions ever raised in the northern states. They were grown in his garden a few miles from the As Mr....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 6 August 1887

GRE'-AT FLSTru VOL, 1, GREAT FALLS, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 6, 1887, NO, 24. ..... .~~~~~~~~~~~i... . . . - .. . ... ... -. r "-... . ., .-ii: . . _ :. -- - .:--- - .\A ALLE(GED WRECKER. i A Man Arrested for Trying to De- i stroy a Stteamner-Explosives Found at his House. NEW YHRK, August 5.--All the prom inent Irishmen of the city deny aliknowl- t edge of Mooney, who tried to destroy the steamer Queen yesterday. .T. O'Mfeagher Condon of the Irish Worki says the man had no connection with that paper, and he Il.,ieves that the "section" that liooney v claimn to represent is a myth. Mooney's trunks have been seized and will be s-arched to-day. IMooney's effects were found in a zinc-c"vered. hide-botind trunk and ten valises all carefully packed, as though he had made preparations for a hasty departure. In the trunlR were two pieces of gas pipe, a package of powder, sulphur. phosphorous, crystals of chloride and a fe.w blasting caps for atlas powder. 'T'here were al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 6 August 1887

NO. 8525. FIRST NTIONRL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. CAPITAL - - - $50,000.00 OFFICERS. C. A. BROADWATER, - Presid;jt It O. CHOWEN, - ViceP.~esid t L. G. PHELPS, - Cashier A. E. DICKERMAN. - Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS. C. A. BRODWATER, T. E. COLLINS; PARIS GIBSON, MARTIN MAGINNIS, ROBERT VAUGHN, JOHN LEPLEY, H. O. CHOWEN, A. E. DICKERMAN, L. g. PHELPS. general banking business transacted. Exchange drawn on the principal points in the States and Europe: Prompt attention given to collections. Interest allowed on time deposits. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1887. WALTER M. O'DwYER, EDITOR. TO THE PUBLIC. Until further notice Will Hanks w'll have entire control of the Daily and Sendi Weekly Tribune. JERRY COLLINS, Business Manager Tribune Publishing Co. June 30. 1887. THE GO VER1N'OR'S VISIT. The reception to Gov. Leslie last evening resulted in a pleasant inter change of opinions. Great Falls ex pressed her high opinion of the gov ernor and her hearty approval of his intention to condu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 6 August 1887

SUN RIVER CIROSSING. A 1Helena Independent Man Writes st up that Village and Adja cent Country. ti Scs RIVEn, July 26.--A voyager to a Tenton on one of Root & Negas' magni tl ticent stage coaches, that daily leave A Helena for the northern city, finds himself ri at early morning in the pleasant little vil- d Iie. located on the banks of the river after a 'which the place is named. Cosily ensconc- d e.ti among mammoth trees, the mighty stream gliding noiselessly by the thrifty, t townv, thi traveler is at once impressed e with the attractive beauty of the surround- r ings. Sun River, the place in question, is one of the oldest settf.ments in Montana and the center of one of the largest cattle and :gricultural sections in the territory. Its citizens, who, though making no un orces-;ary display, represent in a degree d the wealth and industry of the territory, and though claiming no teal estate or rail r. .d booms to annoy their locality, are constantly employed in active and profi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 6 August 1887

VERY ENJOYABLE. Such was the General Opinion of the Church Festival Last Evening. Last evening the Albrecht hall, as it might be ca'led, was crowded with peo ple, who came to the Presbyterian church festival. Both town and country were well representedin this large gathering, in which whole families were present. The ball was prepared b urridly for the occ sion, but everyone was seated ccmfortl bly and the tables were laden with gooti things, including the ever-popular ice creuam and the soothing lemonade wth nut any "stick" is it. The ladies showed •great enery in preparing the fe-,t. and bright. interesting girls did a large busi ness in botquets. The concert be.an wvth a grand overture, "'earls of Gold," pldaved by Mr. and Mlrs. Gibbon-. Messrs. Ni ahols.i Hawkius and McDonald. The harmony was charming and elicited a 1,rst of applause. The piano, violin. guitar and cornet formed a charminu onmbiunation and each was played w ith perfect skill. The i'Pe-rls of iGld" was f9llowed by...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 10 August 1887

- .. -- . , ""IvJ .-"' T .."tW7"E E T:::..-I' GREAT FALLS TRIu NE VOL, I GREAT FALLS, MONTANA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, 1887, NO, 25, S. . TERRIBLE SLAUGIITER. Whole Family Murdered in Georgia -The Murderer Arrested and Sent to Macon. MACON, Ga., August 7.-There has been fearful tragedy near here, in which Thomas Walfold murdered Captain and Mrs. Walfold and their six children, ranging in years from 16 months to 20 years, and Mrs. West, an aunt of Mrs. Walfold, aged 69 years. Thomas Wal fold, the murderer of these nine persons, was a son of the captain's first wife. His statement to the coroner's jury, who found a verdict of murder against him, was that some time before daylight he was arous ed by groans and blows proceeding from the adjoining room. His half brother Richard ran into the room which adjoin ed his, and thinking that murder was be lag committed. Thomas jumped from the window in his night clothes and bare feet and ran to the house of a neighbor 300 yards d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 10 August 1887

We.iy Tribunk Established May 14, 1885. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE fPI5.5&ED DAILY AND SEMI-W LZLY BY THE TRIBUNE PIBLISHING COIPANY, [rfooaPoaATrrD] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subscriptions must be paid in advance. DAILY. ' SEa-WEEKLY. Oneyear, by mail, $10.0D One year, py mail, $i.CO six months, " 5.C3 Six months, " 1.501 One month " L Three montoe" 1.13 One week, by carrier, 23 Single copy....... 1 All sity subscribers to Daily delivered by carrier Advertising rates furnished on application. The circulation of the Trsune in Northern Montana is garanueed to exceedthat of any pa per published in the territory. Subscribers des.ing their address changed must send their former address; this should be ,emembered. Address: TsBIasr PUBLrsareo Co., Great Falls, Montana. NO. 8525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. SAPITAL, - - $50,000.00 OFFICERS. 6. A. BIowwATr~s , - President H. O. CHowzN, - Vice-P.esident L. G. PHELPS, - Cashier A. E. DIcKHRMAN. - Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS. 4. A. BROADWATER,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 10 August 1887

SHELENA PLEASANTRIES. A Chapter Wherein George Martin Tells a Yarn and a Sad Sea Dog Goes one Better. One or more wicked reporters in` Hel ena of malice aforethonght, and without having the fear of the Lord before their eyes, but being actuated by the devil have credited George Martin, the banker, with a weather story which beats all the fish stories of the season. The scribe says that he was disporting himself with W. A. Kindred of north Dakota and a se lect few in a down town hotel the other evening. "It beats all"' said Martin, "the varia tions of climate we have in this country. The other morning I started to leave Great Falls when the thermometer registered 90 degrees in the shade. I picked out a linen duster to take along, when the idea struck me that it might be cool, and I selected a light overcoat instead. Then it came across me that it might ttf:n cold, and I laid aside the light coat and took up a heavy ulster. About this time it struck me that it was just as liable to be...

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