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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 5 October 1887

HARDING AND DONOHOL. Trwo Foot Ra.es in the Park-Dono hoe Wins the Stakes-Hard ing Running Still. jSporting men from town, Fort Shaw, Sin River and elsewhere, turned out in parge number Saturday evening to wit ness the hundred yard race between Hard ing and Donohee. Harding, who had been here a couple of months, was known as a-good runner and jumper. In the latter capacity he beat all others at the Sylvenio feats about a week ago. His • long legs and light figure inspired confl d Jence in his ability to outrun any profes :tonal runner that was likely to appear here. Donohoe is known among his cemn rades at Fort Shaw as a good runner, who won at Helena one race and lost another during the Fouuth of July f .stivities,. e -l it'not so tall nor so heavy as arding, but he is well proportioned and takes care to train steadily for any match which he makes. "The stakes for Saturday's race were $100 a side and were deposited with James - M atkin. The track wasonthe Park drive in sight of 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. — 8 October 1887

:i.., T. 2 1 F VOL, I. GREAT FALLS, CASCADE COUNTY, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 8, 1887, NO 42. DESTROYED BY FIRL. The Oldest House in Great Falls Goes up in Flames-Exciting, Scenes-Energetic Fire men. "Fire! fire!!" was the cry rang out early this morning when most people were asleep and the town seemed wrapped in slumber. The firebell confirmed the alarm by its tones which were distinct enough for the practiced ear of the fire laddies. "The great blaze which preceed ed from Mrs. Lewis's boarding-house on Second avenue determined the location of the fire and hither hundreds rushed without much regard to attire. They found the building wrapped in fiamr which illuminated nearly the whole town and might be seen iniles away. There was .n awful splendor about the burning mass as the flames spread through the house, destroying first the interior and leaving the gables for its ravages later on. A PULL FOR LIFE. Allis excitement. The watchman, who was probably the first outsider to ...

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. — 8 October 1887

No. 3a598 . F1RTNATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. t CAPITAL, - - - $100,000.00 OFFICERS. Q. A. BROADWATER, - President T E. COLLaN, - Vice-President I L G. PHELPS, Cashier A. E. DICHgRMAN, - Ass't Cashier I t DIFRECTORS. C C. A. BROADWATE T. E. COLLINS, PARIS GIBBON, MARTIN MAGINNIS, ROBERT VAUGHN, i JOHN LEPLEY, G R. OH OWEN, 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. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1887. MAIL MATTER. t Upon the completidn of the rail- f road to this point Great Falls will be the mail distributing center for nor thern Montana; and so. far as the stage coach is essential in serving the outside districts, this will be its head quarters and branching-out point. The railroad will necessitate a com- i plete change of routes. Instead of L Helena or points on the Northern Pacific, Great Falls will be ...

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. — 8 October 1887

ALL ARE INVITED. G The Committee of Arrangements Is- it sue an Address to the People U of Montana-A Cordial Welcome for All. To THE PEOPLE OF MOTANA-FellUo* Citilens: - The people of Great Fails cordially V invite you to join with them in cele- a brating on Thursday, October 13, the w completion of the Montana extension d of the Manitoba railroad. a We deem it proper that you should n join us in rejoicing at the accomplish- i ment of this great work, which con- 21 nects all northern Montana with the busy, populous states and territory it east of us, affording a highway for fi commerce and linking us more closely of with that great intellectual and in dustrial movement which has marked the westward march of people from E the shores of the Atlantic to the broad prairies of the west, the fertile valleys of Montana and the luxuriant plains of the Pacific slope. A In common with ourselves you will f share in the benefits of the new rail- a road which more potent than the h alchemists of ...

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. — 8 October 1887

BRIGHT PROSPECTS. Everyone Pleased that Hon. Jesse Taylor has Settled Here- He and Phil Gibson will Prosper. General satisfaction was exptessed at the announcement in the TRIBU.E last evening that Hon. Jesse Taylor had de cided to settle here and had acquired a half interest in the insurance agency and real estate business of Phil'Gibson. It is known that Mr.. Taylor had strong in ducements from capitalists to become in terested in other business enterprises, but he preferred to be identified with the growth of this city in whose advancement he has the fullest confidence. It is under- - stood that the arrangement came about almost spontaneously and that Mr. Taylor has acquired on terms which are fair to all parties an interest in a large amount of a real estate which will henceforth enhance rapidly in value. It is the intention of the firm to engage in large transactions connected with the sale of lands and they will act as agents' in promoting the in vestment of capital in town pro...

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. — 12 October 1887

REAT F RIB VOL, I GREAT FALLS, CASCADE COUNTY, MONTAN WEbNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12, 1887, NO. 43. GREAT FALLS' FUTURE. Smelting Works on a Large Scale t Needed-They Should Excel Those of Denver and j Omaha. HELENA, October 8.-The Helena Her ald says: "We are now shipping ore from Montana td various parts of the states foi reduction. for the simple reason that we t have not here the proper facilities or a I sufficiently varied assortment of ores for profitable treatment on a large scale. But things are changing. New mining dis- < tricts and new ores are continually~coming to light. The railroads are bringing us chean fuel, coal and coke, and with them , the means to make use of our vast but s hitherto untouched iron deposits. To us it seems the time is ripe for the inaugn ration of an enterprise looking to the es tablishment of mining, smelting and re- o duction works on an extensive scale-a h scale rivaling the great plants at Denver, v Omaha and Salt Lake. It would not only tl ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 12 October 1887

NO. 8525. FlST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. CAPITAL, - - .. 00,000.00 OFFICERS. C. A. BaoAnwaT a, - President T E. CoLLINS, - Vice-President L. G. PzELPs, - Cashier A. E. DxICERMAN. - Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS. S. A. BROADWATER, T. E. COLLINS, PARIS GIBSON, MARTIN MAGINNIS, ROBERT VAUGHN, JOHN LEPLEY, a. 0 CHOWENH A. E. DICKERMAN, 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. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1887. LOW FREIGHT RATES. The completion of the St. Paul, Minneapolis &A Manitoba Railway will inaugarate an era of low freight tariffs in Montana. This is already made manifest.by the schedules pub lished. The stockmen of northern and eastern Montana are reaping a decided benefit this season from the completion of the Manitoba, which furnishes a stock car 33 feet in length and quotes a rate from $30 to $40 per car less th...

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. — 12 October 1887

THE TERMINUS. Pat Kelly to be in Charge of the d Depot, which is to be.on a t1 Large Scale. o The Manitoba in its own quiet way is completing arrangements for the staff at I n depot in this city, which is regarded as Iv the most desirable post west of the Twin cities. It is intended to place here expe- tl rienced officials who will regard the ap- R pointment as promotion. It is under- S: stood that Pat Kelly has been selected as depot agent. Mr. Kelly has been with the company some time and has been en gaged in organizing the staff at depots i along the road. Accordingly it is deemed to proper tha:t he should be. placed over the last and best one himself. He stands high as a railroad man and will conduct busi- a ness h're with ability and success, th The equipments of the depot here and w those of the Montana Central in Helena will be on a splendid scale. President Hill hasa keen eye for ample space and makes that the primary consideration in h a railroad improvements. He knows from...

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. — 12 October 1887

SPRAY OF THE FALLS. T. E. Collins and family will contittte their journey to Benton to-morrow. Frank Sudlow of Minneapolis and A. L. Mvlt were among the arrivals on the belated Helena coach. Miss S. M. Sanders the brilliant and witty sister of CoL Sanders is paying Great Falls another visit. The former office of the TRinur.s is being altered and will soon be opened as a restaurant by Mr. H. B. Dickinson. Simon Hartman, a popular Chicago drummer, representing a wholesale liquor house, arrived in the city on the coach to-day. Among the arrivals at the Park are O. K. Barbour, Helena: J. O. Gregg, Fargo; W. G. Stark, Kilbey; John Coates, St. Paul. The graders at Sand Coulee areencamp ed near the house of the Rev. John Reid and have sunk a well, finding water at moderate depth. The White House has been doing a good a business since it opened. In addition to its other attractions, excellent music is furnished every evening by Prof. Lorenzo and his band. L. G. Phelps, H. P. Rolfe, Joe Jell...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 15 October 1887

,+.; -- 1 GREAT S R B VOL, I, GREAT FALLS, CASCADE COUNTY, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 15, 1887, NO, 44. MONTANA CENTRAL READY. Col. Dodge Reports that the Track laying will Meet With no De lays-The Tunnel Borers Busy. HELENA, October 12.--Col. J. T. Dodge, engineer-in-chief of the ontana Central, says the grade etween here and Great Falls is being got ready for the steel so rapidly that there will be no delay. Much work is being done not immediately ne cessary. Where the grade had settled it is being raised,.rip-rapping is in progress and men are busy as bees all along the line preparing for the arrival of trains. The grade into town is nearly colpplete. As to the Helena depot Col. Dodge said it would not by surprising if the perman ent buildings were not erected before spring. On the Butte division work is being pushed as rapidly as possible. Last week forty-nine and one half feet were made on the north end and thirty-five feet on the south. Asked as to the probability of a...

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 October 1887

Y S 10. 8525. IRS NATIMNAL BANK ' OF GREAT FALLS. SAPITAL,.- - $100,000.00 OFFICERS. ( C(. A. BRoADwaSRa, - President F T E. COLLnIs, - Vice-President t L G. PHELPs, . - Cashier t A. E. Dw.aa$s. - Ass't Cashier t DIREOTORS. S. A. BROADWATER, T. E. COLLINS, PARIS GIBSON, MARTIN MAGINNIS, ROBERT VAUGHN, JOHN LEPLEY, .L 0 CHOWEN, A. E. DICKERMAN, L. G. PHELPS. C A general banking business transacted. e Exchange drawn on the principal points in the ltates and Europe. Prompt attention given to collections. I Interest allowed on time deposits. GREAT FALLS TRIBUINE. t a SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1887. THE BUSINESS OUTLOOK. Money continues "tight" at the financial centers and the whole coun try may be affected more or less be fore the stringency subsides. There is no real ground for alarm. Money is as iaundant as ever, but the banks have become cautious and have called a halt. They made advances freely for speculative purposes and they are waitipg for an adjustment before proceeding further. Th...

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. — 15 October 1887

RAILROAD WAR EXPECTED. Helena' Expects that the Manitoba will Scoop the Northern Pa cific on Rates and Time. HELENA, October 10. The Independent says: "In little more than a month hence the Manitoba will be running through trains from St. Paul into Helena. The trip between the two cities will be made in about forty hours, or in about twelve hours less than the distance is now covered by the Northern Pacific. According to the schedule now in force as far west as the road is in operation, trains will reach Hel ena from the east in the evening and will leave here about noon each day. Rates of passenger travel will doubtless be materi ally reduced. "The freight tariff already inaugurated to Montana points indicates that a material reduction from the rates that have hith erto obtained is in store for this city and the territory generally. The freight schedule to Foit Benton is almost a clean division of the Northern Pacific rates to Helena. Merchants also believe that be s de a general r...

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 October 1887

SfRAY OF THE FALLS. Wallace's store is nearly plastered. W. S. Travis of Fort Shaw is at the Park. C.1a. Gibson of Fort -Beiton arrived in tow this afternoon. Mrs. C.B..Hauser of Butte is registered at the Park to-day. The snow-capped mountains are a striking feature of the fall scenery. Geo. W. Watson, the Belt creek coal miner, is in town to- day. The, smoke of the engines could be plainly seen from town to day. Mr. Hickory has broken ground for his store which will be next to Mr. Beach ley's. The Great Falls merchants expect large consignments by the first Manitoba frieght trains. Mr. Brady has had his name and pro fession placed in letters of white on his office windows. Mr. O. G. Cooper of Choteau, one of the prominent wool-growers of Montana, is in the city to-day. Chas. P. Thomson is now nicely fitted up in his new store, which is one of the neat est in the territory. Sheriff Black and wife will arrive from Benton on to-day's coach and will remain' a couple of weeks or more. ...

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. — 19 October 1887

VOL, I, GREAT FALLS, CASCADE COUNTY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1887, NO. 45 - 1. , PUBLIC REJOICINGS. Sequels to Celebration Day-The Fes tivities Crowned with Full Success-The City Full of People. The celebration is over and cvryone is pleased with the splendid manner in which the city honored the eventful day. The rain on Friday night damped the ground, but not the spirits of the peop:e who were all in a joyous mood at 9:30 a. m. when the locomotive-always on time - appeared. The change in the hour for the procession gave the people plenty of timeto prepare for the grand parade and enable them to complete the decorations, which were very general. The Park ho tel displayed the stars and stripes and was adorned tastefdlly with national hunting. The Cataract Mill Company's building made a tasteful display formed of bunting and-showy flour sacks. The com pany also displayed substantial signs.d civic growth in the form of bags of flour. The whole front of iMr. Thompson's d...

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. — 19 October 1887

NO. 8526. YRST NATIONAL BAN f OF GREAT FALLS. re ec SAPITAL, - - $100,000.00 ti OFFICERS. bi *. A. BROADWATER, - President di T E. COLLINS, - Vice-President oi L. G. PHSELP, - Cashier 4 A. E. DIcxitN. - Ass't Cashier to DIREOTORS. pi 0, A. BROADWATER, T. E. COLLINS, t PARIs GIBSON, MARTIN MAGINNIS, it BOBERT VAUGHN, JOHN LEPLEY, o n0 cOWaN, A. E. DTOKERMAN, L. G. PHELPS. A general banking business transactcd. Exchange drawn on the principal points in the p bates and Europe. Prompt attention given to collections. Interest allowed on time deposits. C GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 19, 1887. 0 COMPLETED. e The great work is done. The Man itoba railroad has reached its goal e and to-day the last spike in the west ern extension was driven home-the n completion of the greatest work and o most daring enterprise in railroad an- t; nals! c Other railroads have been built across theplainsinto the Rocky moun tain country, but they were aided by 0 immense grants of lands or money l and...

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. — 19 October 1887

COMPLETED!' ALL HAIL TO THE GREAT' si' STEEL TRACK! .4I Look Out for the Locomotive! 'I Ring the Joy Bells! te The Glorious Day GI has Come! ~ireat Falls Weddted by Steel Bands l to all the States and Terri- <,: tories-How the Work I was Done-All on r Board ! Exactly at 9:30, this morning the lo.o i motive and boarding cars pased the point at the foot of Wattson coalea in full sig't' .of the whole city of Great Fails. People c flocked in great numbers to welcome thet , locomotive whose dark smoke curled Id above the hills and made known to dli- t taut points that the great work was done. The band hailed the locomotive with martial airs and popular enthusiasm was j aroused to the highest pitch. Later on the last spike was driven here. The Montana extension of the Manitoba forms in itself a great trunk line which connects Great Falls and the interior of -Montana with the extensive system of the I St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba rail road. The construction of the Montana extensio...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 19 October 1887

SPRAY OF THE FALLS. Taylor & Lewis have removed to Mc. Knight's new building on Central Avenue. CoL Broadwater is expected here this evening. He is coming from the east over the Manitoba railroad. . Mr. C. T. Wernecke now has his hand some store on Central avenue open and ready for business. Give him a call and watch for his announcement in tomorow's TRIBUNE. If the party who took Pete Macdonald's coat and vest from W. S. Wetzel's Satur day night will be good enough to return tae account book contained in the coat pocket, Pete'will make him a clear pres eat of the clothes. Horse owners are warned to guard against the epidemic which prevails from Helena to the Dearborn. Robehrt Vaugnin ( lost iecently by lung disease, his colt Vin la Belle, and has had another horse sick. Other horses are reported sick Irom the, Dearborn. There is a fierce west wind blowing to day. It has ne:aly sto;ped trnitii on l!h ferries and has even dealt roughly with such flags as were still floating from ...

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. — 26 October 1887

. ..GREAT F ..AL V LI . G A . M ,DE A Y M O R N I B 2 VOL. I, GREAT FALLS, CASCADE COUNTY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 26, 1887, NfO,7 CROW INDIAN TROUBLES. Cavalry and Infantry Moving-Ru mors of an Outbreak Con dieted. BILLINGS, Oct. 24,-It was rumored here that by the order of Special Agent Armstrong the arrest of Sword Beaver and his followers was attempted by the troops yesterday. Advices from Fort Custer just received, prove the report unfounded. Gen. Pryor arrived at Fort CusterSunday. The arrest will probably be attempted by the military early this week. It is impos sible to determine the result. Fifty Crows under Sword Bearer have visited the Cheyennes, and are expected to return to morrow. Eight p. m. One troop of cav alry under Captain Moylan, and one com pany of infantry under Capt. Ewers have left Fort Keogh for the Cheyenne Indi-n agency on Tongue river this morning. Three companies of infantry, commanded by Major Snyder, leave the same place by rail for Custer ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 26 October 1887

NO. 8525. FIRT NATIONAL BAN OF GREAT FALLS. -APITAi, - - $100,000.00 OFFICERS. C. A. BOADWATER, - President T E. CoxLLNs, - Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, - Cashier A. E. DIcsRMANA - Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS. . A. . BROADWATE, T. E. COLLINS, PARIS GIBSON, MARTIN MA(INNIS, ROBERT VAUGHN, JOHN LEPLEY, 3. 0 CHOWEN, A. E. DICKERMAN, 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. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1887. BETTER -MAlL SERVICE. The time has come for the 'estab lishment of the mail service over the Montana extension of the Manitoba railroad. The St. Paul mails which might be said to include those of the entire country east and south of that city are now forwarded into Dakota over the route which leads to Great lPalls. All that is needed is to pursue the same course in regard to Glasgow, Assinaboine, Fort Benton, Great Falls . ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 26 October 1887

AT THE RAFL~WAY YARDS. e A tribaun Reporter Takes in the Sights-. arious Notes of - the Rail. a A TRIBUNE representative accepted a seat beside Ike Manery in the Great Falls ti cab yesterday, and proceeded across the river to the scene of railroad activity. The ti change that has taken place in the delight ful valley at the confluence of the Sun tl river with the Missouri, in the brief season a of one week, is certainly a most remarka- t ble one. Seven days ago there was noth- ci ing in sight but the qld stage station and tl barn, at one time dignified with the name tl of "Johnstown"-and the settlers' resi- it dences and shacks on the surrounding | broad acres; ¶o-day the "enchanted view" g takgh in miles of railroad track, imprevi- no sed stations and offices, a mammoth bridge, h scores of cars of different kinds, all brand ed "St. P. M. & M. R. R," gangs of men at work in various directions, transfer teams unloading freight for Great Falls, cibe andcarriages carrying passenger...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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