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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 27 August 1887

HOME AGAIN. Phil Gibson Returns from Minnesots --His Views on the Railroad War and Things in Gep e all Last evening Phil Gibson, Mrs. Gibson and their two children arrived in town from Helena, where they had sojourned a few days on their way-home from Minne apolis. Mrs. Gibson's many friends were pleased to see her again in Great Falls; I, where she has always been greatly esteem ed In social circles. Phil Gibson received a regular ovation from his fellow citizens when he appear ed on the streets. The opinion had gain ed ground that the town had been a trifle dull since he'went away, and his return is now associated with busy fall trade, the approach of the railroad and lively times generally. He has returned brimful of good humor and good news. He manag ed to escape the "interviewers" in the Twin Cities, but that was impossible here, where the TRIBuNE sought his views on things in general." "How is the summer passing eastward?" he was asked. "People are spending the summer," he rep...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 31 August 1887

GREAT LL TRIBUNE OLI GREAT FALLS, MONTANA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1887, O VOL, I. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1887, "IXO, 31. - LAW MAKING. Telegraphio Report of the Legisla ture--The Governor'i Message. HELENA, August 30.-At the opening of the legislature yesterday, Councilmen Hickman, Holliday, Hundley, Kennedy, Richards and Sutherlin were present. Councilmen Batchelder, Pardee, Burleigh and Waters were absent. President Hick man appointed a committee composed of Councilmen Kennedy, Cardwell and Sutherlin to inform the house that the council was ready for business. Coun cilmen Collins, Rickards and Hund ley were appointed to call on the gover nor and inform him that the legislature was reº 4-v to receive his message. Mr. Cardwell went to the house and an nounced that the council was duly organ ized and ready to proceed to business. A message was received in the house from the governor announcing that he would be pleased to communic...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 31 August 1887

WaMy Tibase EstaMblished May 14, S5. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE muwsutan DULY SAD SEI.WUEELYT TIB TRIBUNE PUBlIHING COMPANY, IsonomPraAm) SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Mai submcrkptions must be paid in advance. DALY. mZM-.WEE.L. leyma.bi msail; 5)0.00 One year, by mail, Six months, " S.00 iix months 1.50 Ouae month " 1.00 Three ment b" 1.0 One week bycarrier, s2 S ingle copy.. .... All city subscribersto Daily delivered by carrier Advertising ratefurnished on application. The circulation of the TaxBua in Northern Montana is guaranteed to exceed that of any pa per published in theterritory. Subscribers desiring their address changed mustasend their former address; this should be remembered. Address: Tra~IBU PUBLISJGxo Co., Great Palls, Montana. NO. 3525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK( OF GREAT FALLS. CAPITA., - - - o$100,000.00 OFFICERS. C. A. BROADWATER, w President T E. COLLINS, - Vice-President L G. PHELPS, - Cashier A. E. DICXERMANl - Ass't Cashie DIRECTORS. €. . BROADWATER, T. E. COLLINS, PARIS GIBSON, MA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 31 August 1887

THREE HOURS' FIGITINaG. L;etails of the Skirmi.iung in Col orado--Dr. Dumont Wounded Firing Renewed at Night. DEVPFR, August 26.-The Republican's Glhenwood' Springs special says: "Bern stein, who lives about four miles below Meeker, is just in. A battle has taken place between Kendall's men and a band of Indian'. Deputy Sheriff Jack Word is Lilled. Several men a:re wo,.,'led. Sev eral Indians are reported killed, as some wr.-'- een to fi:l and were carried off the tield. So far as known the fight was stop ped by darkness and it is thought will cer tainly be resumed by daylight. Telegrams received here yesterday af ternoon from Meeker, confirm the re ports that Colorow is surrounded b% the militia and means fight. The Indians are intrenched in the hills and so hedged t in by natural fortifications that dislodge ment by all the state umilita combined would be impossible. Colorow yesterday said that he did not want "little fight," but 1 he did want "big fight," and they would f have it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 31 August 1887

Insurance! eal Estate! Mines! PANTON & COLLETT GREAT FALLS, M. T. Represent the strongest and most popular Fire, Life and Accident Insurance Companies, secured by assets of $120,000,000. For Sale-Valuable Quartz and Placer Mines, also Improved Banches. Officee next door to First National Bank. Great Falls Boot and Shoe Shop. BOOTS AND SHOES Made to order in any and every style. All work warranted. REPAIRING NEATLY PERFORMED. o A. C. BROWN, Third Street, ner First-.av. outh. Great Falls. F. M. MORGAN, A hitect d Superintenden t, Office: First door east First National Bank. GREAT FALLS, MONT. |t Respectfully solicits the patronage of those who tb contemplate building. E. J. CANARY. CONTRACTOR AND BlIIbDER BRICI AND STONE WORK. Great Falls, - Montana. A G. LADD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office Hours: 9 to 11 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m. Office at Lapeyre Brothers' drug store. J H. FAIRFIELD, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. * Great Falls, Montana. C A. MILNE, DENTIST. Has rooms at the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 3 September 1887

GREAT FALLSTR IBNK SGREAT FALLS, MONTANA TERRITORY SATURDAY MORNIN SEPTEMBER 3, 188 NO 32 VOL. I, GREAT FALLS, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1887, NO. 32, CASCADE COUNTY BILL. Read Twice and Referred to a Special Committee--General Business -Early Adjournment Proposed. \ HELENA, September 1.-The council met at 10 a. m. yesterday, with a quorum present. Dr. Burleigh, member elect from Custer county, appeared and took the eath of office. The enrolling committee reported that the governor had approved the resolution for the employment of ex tra clerks. Mr. Collins from the judiciary committee reported favorably a bill pro viding punishment for interferance with railroad tracks. Mr. Holliday introduced a bill provid ing that Gallatin and Park counties, and Meagher and Fergus counties should be jointly represented in the council. The bill was read twice and referred to the committee on towns and counties. Mr. Collins introduced a bill to create the county of Cascade, ...

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

NO. 8525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. CAPITAL - - - $100,000.001 OFFICERS. (..A. BRoAB WATIr , - President T E. COLLIN, - Vice-President L. G. PHELPs, - Cashier A. f~ DICzczaE A. - Ass't Cashier DIRECTOR8. e. A BROADWATER, T. E. COLLNS, ,ARUs GiBsoN, MATIN MAGINNIS, ROBERT VAUGHN, JOHN LEPLEY, i. o0 CHOWSE, A. E. DICKERMAN, I L. G. PHELPS. A 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. i SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1887. WAiTER M. O'Dwyas, EDIroR. 81UN RIVER AND COUNTY DIVISION. The citizens of Sun River Crossing held a meeting on the 25th to protest against "any division of Chotean, j Lewis and Clarke and Meagher coun ties by the formation of the new a county of Cascade,". thus not only I protesting for themselves but for the I whole of northern Montana, which * is certainly very generous on their t part. There is so rich a vei...

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

:---- -- .... THE CASCADE BILL. The Full Text of the Bill to Create the County of Cascade--Wise Provisions and Important Safeguards. ELENA, August 29.---[Spcial corres joi.nce of the Tribune].--The subjoin ed is te full text of the Cascade county bill to be introduced to-morrow by Coun cilman Collins. It is satisfactory to the members interested and your correspon dent is certrin it will meet vith favor in the legislative body: ..in Act to Create the County of Caserae, to, Define the Boundaries, cad to 1Procide for its Organization. Section 1. That all that portion of the territory of Montana embraced within the following boundaries, to-wit: Beginning in the middle of the main channei of the Missouri river at a point on the eastern boundary of township number twenty two north ol range five east; thence runneig north along the eastern boundary of said township to the north boundary of said township; thence west along the north boundary of township twenty-two north to the prime meridi...

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

CHOTEA U'S SUCCESS. Robert'Vaughn Tells all About Dan iel B, Ida Glenn and Viola J Belle-Remarkable Time Made at Helena. Mr. Robert Vaughn, the successful horse and stock breeder of Sun River, has returned from Helena well pleased with the races, the people and the honors scor ed by Choteau county on the track. Be ing asked to sum up the success of the Choteau horses, by a TaIBUtn represen tative, Mr. Vaughn said: "Choteau was represented atthe Helena races by Blevins & McLaughlin's Daniel C, Ida Glenn and my mare Viola Belle. Daniel B proved himself to be one of the C best race horses in the United States. He made a mile record of 1:43 at Helena and the best time on record for two successive half mile heats at Butte, which was, I think, 4816 and 49'1. Daniel B was sired by Glen Elm and was raised at Aleck Werk's farm, which is on the Missouri river. Ida Glenn made the best half mile record in Montana at Deer Lodge, where she won a half-mile-dash in 48 seconds, which is within a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 7 September 1887

s * GREATFLLRIBUNE. . . . irils. . ....i . ... r- i !! i i i i ! ! OLI.GT A ONAN TITOR ENESA ON YL I RE LYP VOL1, I, GREAT FALLS, MONTANA TERRITORY, WEDNESDAYI MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1887. NO. 33,: THE BILL EXPOUNDED. Collins Makes a Forcible Argument for the Cascade County Bill- The Salaries Reduced. HELENA, September 3.-As announced by telegraph, the Cascade county bill, in troduced by Hon. T. E. Collins in the council, was passed to-day by a vote of ! eight to three. When the bill was before the council yesterday Mr. Collins made an able and comprehensive argument in its ] favor. He spoke, in effect, as follows: Mit. COLLINS' SPEECH. The time has come when a general I law should be made providing for the division of our territory into counties of suitable size to suit the wants of the peo ple. Some of our counties are as large as some of the states--notably Choteau and Dawson. The excessive size of those counties causes large mileage fees, and half the indebtedness of the various ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 7 September 1887

NO. 8525. CIST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. CAPITAL, - - $- 100,000.00 OFFICERS. C. A. BROADWATEI, - President T E. COLLINS, - Vice-Presideiit L. G. PHELPS, - Cashier A.E. DlcaIuxi-.. - Ass't Cashier DfREOTORS. I C. .BRItOADWATEE, T. E. COLLINS, PARus 0I3.ON, MARTIN MAGINNIS, ROBERT VA1UGHN, JOHN LEPLEY, IL 0 CHOWEN, A. E. DICKERMAN, L. G. PHELPS. A general banking business eansacted. Exchangedrawn on the prinmpal points in the States and Europe. Prompt attention given to collections. Interest allowed on time deposits. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1887. WALTER M. O'DWYER, EDITOR. DIVISION NOTES. There were 1,283 votes cast in Cho teau county at.the late election, and as indicating that Cascade county will have to begin with sufficient pop ulation it is only necessary to cite the fact that 1,200 citizens and voters within theboundaries of the propos ed county have signed a petition fa roring its creation. And as convinc ing proof of the importance of Great Falls in t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 7 September 1887

COMING NEARER. Manitoba Passenger Trains to be at Assinaboine Soon-Low Rates for Passengers. FORT BENTON, September 3.-The Rie er Press says: The following letter was received by one of our citizens to-day from C. H. Warren, geperal passenger agent of the Manhitoba: "The construction department adviseme that the track will be at Belknap Septem ber 5,.Assinaboine September 15, and at Fort Benton October 5. It is probable that by the time the rails reach Benton we will have regular passenger trains run ning through to Assinaboine. I give you below the approximate rates from points named. When we get the rails laid and know just where the stations will be, the rate may vary 20 or 25 cents. Benton to St. Paul, $44; Assinaboine to St. Paul, $40.55; Belknsp to St. Paul, $89.10. We do not sell :ickets to St. Paul from any point west of that to which we are operat ing passenger trains. For instance: West of Buford parties are only able to buy tickets to Buford and then repurchase from that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 7 September 1887

GOOD TIDINGS. The Sand Coulee Branch Railroad to be Built this Fall-The Railroad Bridge to be Completed Promptly Also. While Great Falls is occupied with the Cascade county bill and confident that the legislature will accord this region its just rights, the extensive plans for the ad vancment of this city and neighborhood continue to make steady progress. Mr. Paris Gibson has received by telegraph from Col. Broadwater, president of the Montana Central railroad, the cheering news that work will be begun at once on the Sand Coulee and Neihart branch rail road, which is to start in this city from the union depot, of the Manitoba and Montana Central lines, and proceed hence to the great coal fields at Sand Coulee, owned by Col. Broadwater and his associ ates, which contain an unlimited quantity of the best coal. Cql. Broadwater further says, that by means of this Sand Coulee branch, the Montana Central will be ready to deliver coal in Helena as soon as the rails are laid on the graded t...

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

GREAT FALLS TIRIBUNE. VOL, I, GREAT FALLS, MONTANA TERRITORY, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1887, NO, 34, I I I sti I re VICTORYY! - Ta ALL HAIL TO THE NEW CASCADE COUNTY! Ain we The Bill Passed by the Legis lature, and Only Lacks the th+ Governor's Signature. set The Last Telegram Read Amid the Resounding Music of Cannon, 114 Factory Whistles, and no th4 Oceans of Beer. Tb HELENA, September 9.-The Cascade by era county bill has been passed by the house, o by a vote of 18 to 4, two members being fto absent or not voting. The four who voted col no were Buskett of Jefferson, and Lewis & tio Clarke, Johnson of Custer, Muth of Lewis and Clarke, and Spaulding of Missoula. me A POWERFUL SPEECH. ors Hon. Jesse Taylor made a grand speech * in which he s4 that 1,200 tax payers de- mn sire the success of the bill[ thAt the new * county has ample population and abun- del dant resources, and that Sun River wanted fro a county three years ago and also wanted to be the county seat thereof. ...

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

T NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. CAPITAL, - - - $100,000,00 OFFICERS. E. A BOADWATBE, - President T E. COLLIS, - Vice-President L. . Paisus, - Cashier AL E. DIOcEMA. . - Ass't. Cashier DIRECTORS. e. A. 3OADWATER, T. E. COLLINS, PARIS. IBON, MARTIN MAGINNIS, osRUT VAUGHN, JOHN LEPLEY, rH. 0 CHOWEN, A. E. DICKERMAN, L. 6. PHELPS. A geperal banking business transacted. Elxchanae drawn on the principal points in the Sates and Europe. Prompt attention given to collections. Interest allowed on time deposits. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1887. WA~LTa I. O'DwrEn, EDIToB. "NOURISHED THEM." The River Press says that Choteau county "would lose the town of Great Falls, which for two years of its ex istence has been nothing but an ex pense to the county. Now, just as the railroad is being built and some revenue might be derived from that section, they ask to be cut loose from the mother county which has nourish ed them." This is the Benton logic. Last session Great Falls sought to...

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

CASCADE COUNTY. Bright Prospects for the Bill-Helena di Merchants Ashamed--Col. Broadwater in the th Field. si The wires are down or interrupted some m where to-day.* The latest advices received tr last night indicate that the Cascade coun t ty bill was making steady progreas. There TI was a strong reaction against the course th of the board of trade and some merchants had begunto crawfish. They felt asham ed that a commercial body should place itself on record against a young city which H has large dealings with Helena and asks only a matter of right. It was expected M yesterday that the bill would come up to day for debate in committee of the whole, Eti when som amendments might be oilri: d. It was expected also that the bill would at be ordered to a third and final reading by et a strong, decisive vote. The presence of or Col. Broadwater is encouraging to the friends of the bill. His irrepressible en- N ergy will be more than a match for Con- cc rad and Sullivan who were hurried ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 10 September 1887

ASSINABOITE REACHED. The Whistle of the Locomotive Heard at the Fort-A Military and Popular Greeting. FoRT ASSINABOINE, September 8. [Special to the Tribune].-FortAssinaboinoe was to-day a scene of great and unusual animation, the cause being the advent of the St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba railroad. Commanding officer Carroll, with his usual commendable energy, ordered out the entire transportation of the post for the conveyance of his officers and their guests to the end of the track, which, at sun-down, reached the crossing of lBeaver creek, virtually the Fort Assin aboine station. The 20th Regiment band C was on hand and greeted thearrival of the trains with appropriate music, to which the engineers responded. Mr. Donald Grant entertained the following guests, on the train: Major Carroll, Major Van valsea,Adjutant Greer,Quartermaster Hus ton,Chaplain Dodd and son,Capt.Patterson, Capt. Harbash, Capt. Roe, Dr. Lagurdy and family, Capt. Harwood, Lieut.,Rey nolds, Lieut. Moore, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 14 September 1887

GREA _T S R VOL. IL GREAT FALLS, CASCADE COUNTY, MONTANA, 'WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 14, 1887, NO, 35~. RATIFIED. The Cascade County Bill Approved by the People of Great Falls in Mass Meeting. Great ;allI turned out Mond:: nirht to hold a mass meeting at the Park ho'lrl. The purpose of tho meeting was to lnJie known the public satisfaction at the suc cess of the Cascade county bill and to tender thanks to those who had aided the people in this campaign for popular rights. The assemblage was thoroughly represen tative. There were present in large num ber, merchants, manufacturers, profes sional men and horny handed sons of toil, who had come to town after an honest day's work on the farm or in the mine. Sun River was worthily represented by Robert Vaughn and others; the newly an naxed district of Chestnut creek, by James Perkins, and so on each part of the county being impersonated, so to speak, by worthy men, who collectively typified the unity of the young county, who will soon ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 14 September 1887

VWeekly Tbae £atblished May 14, teeS GREAT FALLS TRIBTNE P rIa8ESD DAILY AND sEM-WEEKLY 1 i C BY TIE. TRIBUNE PUBLISHIIG COMPANY, 0' ([IIoaroPoAT '] tl SUBSCRIPTION -RATES. Mail subscriptions must be paid in advance. DAILY. I SEMI-WEEKLY. Oneyer, bymail, $10.00 One Year, by mail, $8.00 d ix months, " 5.00i1 Six months, 1.50 One month " L10 Three months" 1.(O 04 One week, by carrier, 21 Single copy,....... 10 All oift subscribers to Daily delivered by carrier Advertising rates furnished on application. b The oirculatign of the TRIBUNE in Northern q Montana is guaranteed to exceed that of any pa per published in the territory. Cl Sabhbribes -desiring' their address changed ti must send their former address; this should be rememberd. d Address: Taismua' PUBISHraIe Co., Great I Falls, Montana. NO. 3525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. tl CAPITAL - - - $100,000.00 2 OFFICERS. ~ C. A. BROADWATHR, - President e: T E. COLLINS, - Vice-President tl L. G. PHELPS, - Cashier 04 A. E. DICEERM...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 14 September 1887

PUBLIC.RE: TOICLTG. A ie A Great Outburst of Enthusiasm- fi Painting the Town a Carmine 0 it Hue-Everyone Cele- cc brating. i Word passed from house to house ss yesterday that the victory was ours. As i, telegram after telegram passed over the A wires, the excitement became intense. ft Flags were flung to the breeze and aa throughout the whole city there waved in b a few moments the glorious stars and stripes. Business was suspended and G everybody hastened into the streets. Crowds surrounded the bulletin board at f, the Park hotel, which contained the tele grams received by Mr. Gibson, and cheer- d, ed as they read tte pious ntt.erances #';f the Great Falls dlecgation at i" ."" . -. Congratulations were showered on . . Gibson who, as a man of the people, had fought the good tight and had displayed a masterly skill in organizing the campaign c and procuring that display of popular support, which like a cascade swept all is before it at Helena. a] The occasion was so inspiring that t...

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