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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 26 October 1887

Tr7 b.olesale anx.. Beta l GROCERS, and Dealers in Waons and Parmu in Im le ents, Central Avenue and Third Street, GREAT FALLS. JOHN R. PAYNE, GEORGE MARTIN, CHAS. Y. KINLOCH President. Vice.President. Cashier. ANK OF GREAT FALLS A General Banking Business Transacted,. Sells Exchange on all the Principal Cities. Interest paid on Time Deposits. Accounts Solicited. Special Attention given to Collections. PHIL GIBSON, Real Estate, Loans, and Insurance, CREAT FALLS, MOWTA NA. The pioneer insurance office of Great Falls. Represents the largest American oompanies. Special attention given to examining titles, mukingr deeds, mortgages, and collections. . orrespondence invited regarding the opportunities for investment at .reat Falls and throughout northern IMontana. Mortgage leans and other investments made for non-residents. SiEFERiENCES-The First National Bank, Great Falls; The Montana National Bank. Helena THE PARK HOTEL, The Only First-Class House in Fine Billiard -Room and Bar Great Fa...

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. — 29 October 1887

GRE L I 41ir #:E "I:..I: Z,"tWFE2.. E VOL. I. GREAT FALLS, CASCADE COUNTY, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1887,.- - . ,8. SWORD BEARER'S CAMP. The Crow'Leader May Have to Eat Crow--General Ruger Deter mined to Enforce Sub- 1 missioni. BILwaNes, October 26.- The greatest + secrecy is maintained by botlhthe highest and lowest officials at Fort Custer as to the plan to be puesned in arresting the In dians: Although no outbreaks have oc cured since the 13th nult. it is very certain that something of importance is about to hbedone. Sixteen companies of soldiers 1 -are now at the post and if the wars de partment's permission can be obtained two companies will be ordered from Missoula. It is the curent belief that (en. Dudley, commanding the First cavalry will take the field. Sword Bearer, who leads the "refractory Crows, has just returned from the Cheyenne agency where he went with fifty of his followeas. It is not known how" successful he has been, but it is highly probable that ...

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. — 29 October 1887

50. `325. FIRST NATIONAL BAK OF GREAT FALLS. CAPITAL, . . $lO0,000.0 OFFICERS. C. A. BaoiwATna, - President T E. Coxw.us, - Vice-President L. G. Panru, - Cashier LA. L. DIcxraaxS, - Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS. . A. BROADWATRE, T. &. COLLINS, PAtIs eIBxBO, MARTIN MA.INNIS, BORBET VAUGHN, JOHN LEPLEY, 3.0 CHOWNI, A. E. DICKERMAN, L. G. PHELPS. A gsnmal banking business transacted. nchangs drawn on the principal pointain the sates and Europe. Prompt attention given to eollections. Interest allowed on time deposits. (REAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 29. 1887. REDUCTION WORKS. The call for reduction works in creases with the growth of the mining industry. In Helena and Butte cap italists are urged to establish such works. In Helena the Independent says that "the only concern on this side of the range that handles custom ores, and the leading institution of that kind in Montana, is obtaining more profitable business than it can take care of, even by constantly in creasng its plant. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 29 October 1887

COMMERCIAL METROPOLIS. Great Falls Prepared to Supply All Northern Montana on Good Terms-Reasonable Rail road Rates. The merchants of this city are adapting themselves to the new order of things brought about by the railroad. They kept in view the completion of the road which finds them with moderate stocks obtained largely by steamboat and railroad. They have already received large shipmenti by railroad and expect still more. The rates quoted by the Manitoba are much lower thar those now paid by Helena merchants to the Northern Pacific. Hence it follows that our merchants will be able to under sell Helena merchants and that it will be tlipeinterest of the people within a cir cdit of over fifty miles to come here for their goods instead of going to the capi tal as many of them do. THEY BUY WELL AND SELL WELL. "' Te credit of the Great Fsalls merchants is good in good in St. Paul, Chicago and New York and as they buy largely they a.seale to get the best terms. In a short time commerc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 29 October 1887

i.I4 McKNIGHT 00. "rY-"holesale ,. aRi.. ,etail GROCERS, and Dealers in wagoas and Farming Implements, Central Avenue and Third Street, . GREAT FALLS. Railroad Railroad Railroad I HAVE just received my first goods by rail, and have de cided to do business on a differ 61 ent basis. I wish to convince my old customers, and also my new ones, that I am placed in such a 0 position that I can sell cheaper S than I ever could before. My i stock of Clothing, Gents' Furnish- 0 rin.g Goods, and Boots and Shoes M is complete, and I will continue to keep a fresh supply on hand at all I times. As the Manitoba railroad has reached this point, I will be able to sell at Eastern margins. All goods to be as represented or money refunded. Don't forget the place. A. NATHAN, 1 One-Price Clothier, Central Avenue, GREAT FALLS. NO LOTTERY PRIZES H. O. CHOWEN, PRESTON KING, F. B. WILCOX. President. Vice-President. Sec. and Treas. CATARACT MILL MCOPANY MERCHANT MILLERS. Diamond, Manufacturers of the fol- Daa...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 2 November 1887

GREAT L B VOL. L GREAT FALLS, CASCADE COUNTY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1887 NO 49, I . - - I " - READY FOR ACTION. t The Troops Prepared to Move on e Sword Bearer-He Will be tl Summoned to Submit. FORT CUSTER, October 28.-The situa tion is practically unchanged. Father n Bandini, a Jesuit missionary who has just s' arrived, says none of the Indians on the 8 Big Horn will join Sword Bearer. They call him crazy, yet believe he has some mysterious power. His followers among the Indians of the Little Horn and Prior c4 creek,. say if a parley is held, Sword C Bearer will surrender, but if troops are P seat and Indian blood be shed, more In dians will join the revolt than are now of counted on. There is no news from Sword Bearer to-day. The camp re ported as being seen by scouts, camped t 'twAve miles up the Big Horn, on Wed- th nesday, was not seen by Father Bandini who passed there to-day. There was a fu cavalry drill of the five troops in the post to-day. To-morrow the f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 2 November 1887

NO, 8525. FIRTE NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. APITA, - - - $100,000.00 al be OFFICERS. W. C. A. BaoanwATia, - President T . COLLINS, - Vice-President L G. PBHLrs, - Cashier tic A. K. DIjorzuu . - Ass't Cashier th DIREOTDRS. 1tal 8. A. BROADWATEH, T. H. COLLINS, on PARI GIEBSON, MARTIN MAGINNIS, fi ROBERT VAUGHN, JOHN LEPLEY,Idi N. 0 CHOWBN, A. E. DIOXERMAN, L. G. PHELPS. GI A ieneral baaking business transacted. II lsehange drawn on the principal points in the SIates and Earope. E Prompt attention given to collections. 01 Interest allowed on time deposits. P GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER. 2. 1987. CATTLE INTERESTS. nt of Throughout the country the cattle Si business is depressed, largely from exceptional causes which will soon m disappear. The best authorities agree that the production of meat must al- in ways be a safe and profitable business. m Like all other pursuits it will have drawbacks, but the increase of rail- te road facilities, the establishment of in stock-yar...

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

ADMIRES GREAT FALLS. w' in Gratifying Opinions by Mr. Smidt of Cc Choteau-He Speaks Well of the Cataract City. . Mr. Jacob Smidt, the enterprising mer chant of' Choteau, is in the city for a few th days. He says, "I am greatly pleased th with the splendid appearance of Great Falls which is clearly destined to become of the commercial metropohs of northern a, Montana. It does credit to the, energy and enterprise of Mr. Paris Gibson with. br whom I have been acquainted since I came an to this part of the country. I have not th been here since two years ago, when there ni were only a few frame houses. I am as tonished at finding the place so large and of flourishing when I consider the misstate- hi ments I have read regardingit. I find the f city well laid out. I find here a i splendid railroad yard equal to any at at Chicago, a grand hotel which is finer than any in Montana and solid business estab- of lishments like that of Mr. McKnight at which would do credit to any city in the at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 2 November 1887

'W7'h olesale a~dA Eeta3.1 GROQERS, and Dealers in ' Wauns and Farming ITmlpmcnts, Central Avenue and Third Street, S GREAT FALS. Railroad Railroad Railroad I HAVE just received my first goods by rail, and have de cided to do business on a differ ent basis. I wish to convince my 1 old customers, and also my new ones, that I am placed in such a 0 position that I can sell cheaper than I ever could before. My stock of Clothing, Gents' Furnish- 0 © ing Goods, and Boots and Shoes [i is complete, and I will continue to I r keep a fresh supply on hand at all lR times. As the Manitoba railroad has reached this point, I will be able to sell at Eastern margins. All goods to be as represented or a money refunded. Don't forget the place.. - A. NATHAN, 0i One-Price Clothier, Central Avenue, GREAT FALLS. NO LOTTERY PRIZES n. O. CHOWEN, PRESTON KING, F. B. WILCOX. President. Vice-President. Sec. and Treas. CATA ACT MILL COMPANY MERCHANT MILLERS. , Diamond, Manufacturers of the fol- Cataract, lowin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 5 November 1887

GREAT MFALLSR TR.B YOL, I. GREAT FALLS, CASCADE COUNTY, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1887. NO. O. THEY MUST DIE. The Supreme Court Denies the Writ of Error in the Anar chists Case. WASHINeTON, November 2. -2:30 (Special to the Tribune).-When the sup reme court met 'at noon to-day, Chief Justice Waite proceeded to read the de cision of the court in the anarchist case, and in which the application for a writ of error is denied. CHICAGo, Fovember 2.-George Engel, Louis Lingg and Adolph Fischer of the condemned Anarchists have written open letters to Governor Oglesby, refusing any commutation of sentence short of liberty and declaring unaltered faith in the prin ciples of Anarchism. The letters are very lesg and consist mainly of an exposition of their well-known ideas regarding Socialism, existing evils and the necessity for remedies. arcHAGO, November 3.-There were no visitors at the jail and the Anarchist pris oners were all in their cells whenthe news of the supreme court ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 5 November 1887

NO. 3525. 1IST NATINAL -BANK OF GREA1 FALLS. CAPITAL . - - $100,000.00 OFFICERS. C. A. BoAnwATERL, - President T E. COLLINS, - Vice-President -I G. ELPzes, - Cashier A. L. Dzc.ra Ra - Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS. " A. BROADWATER, T. E. COLLINS, PARIS GIBSON, MARTIN MAGINNIS, ROBERT VAUGHN, JOHN LEPLEY, o. O CEOWEN, A. E. DICKERMAN, ' L. G. PHELPS. A general banking business transacted. Exchange drawn on the principal pointsin the States and Europe. Prompt attention given to colleetions. Interest allowed on time deposita. GREAT FALLS TRIBUTE. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 5. 1887. LOW FREIGHT RATES. The Moorhead News an able, pro gressive journal, published daily in that solid Minnesota town, speaks thus of the benefits conferred by Pres ident Hill on that region; He has, in the execution of the great trust placed in his hands, performed won ders toward developing this state and Da kota, and has provided these new regions railroad facilities which would be consid ered a stupendous benefit that have...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 5 November 1887

MERIT 'APPRECIATED. The Genial John Atkins Receives a Purse of Gold and a Compli mentary Address-An Ap propriate Reply. The tie men at the Sin river yard have had the pleasure of presenting to their.old and trusted friend, John -Atkins, a well fille: purse of gold as a slight token of their great esteem for that gentleman. -Mr. Atkins has been chief timekeeper on the road since the start at Minot in March to the finish here last month. Appended are the address and reply, both of which speak for themselves. THE PRESENTATION ADDRESS. D.ear Mr. Atkins: We, the foremen and men employed on the material gang of the St. Paul, 4linneapolis & Manitoba railroad, now on the Montana Central, de sire to express, in the first instance, our great regret at your departure from among us. You have been associated with us from the first day of the building of this vast road, to the last, and during that time it has been your province to deal with some thousands of men. We can safely "say that duri...

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

. H. McKNIG.HT& CO ' rh0lesale ax d. d"Betail GROCERS, and Dealers In aons andll Farmin Implmea ts, Central Avenue and Third' Street, GREAT FALLS. Railroad Railroad Railroad goods by rail, and have de cided to do business on a differ ent basis. I wish to convince my old customers, and also my new ' ones, that I am placed in such a 0 position that I can sell cheaper J than I ever could before. My - S/ stock of Clothing, Gents' Furnish- 0 ® ing Goods, and Boots and Shoes M is complete, and I will continue to keep a fresh supply on hand at all H times. As the Manitoba railroad has reached this point, I will be able to sell at Eastern margins. All goods to be as represented or money refunded. Don't forget the place. A. NATHAN, . One-Price Clothier, Central Avenue, GREAT FALLS. NO. LOTTERY PRIZES H. O. CHOWEN, PRESTON KING, F. B. WILCOX. President. s Vice-President. Sec. and Treas. CATARACT MILL COMPANY MERCHANT MILLERS. Diamond, Manufacturers of the fol- Cataract, lowing Brands of H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 9 November 1887

GREAT F R IB VOL. L GREAT FALLS, CASCADE COUNTY, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, 1887 NO, 51. NOT BULLET PROOF. Sword Bearer, the Crow Medicine Man, Killed, and the In dian War Ended. Clow AGEnct, November 6. - There was much excitement in the Indian village yesterday morning. A council was held at Crazy Head's camp, and at 10 o'clock scout Campbell and interpreter Tobacco Jake were sent to the Indian village order ing the chiefs to come in and surrender to general Ruger at headquarters. Pretty Eagle harrangued the camp and, with Crazy Head, Eagle Fork, Dancing Woman, Two Belly and Spotted Horse, rode up be fore general Ruger's headquarters. THE PARLEY. General Armstrong then said: "I have been sent by the great father to settle this trouble. You must give up the bad men. I shall turn everything over, as well as the men, to general Ruger, and he will settle it his way. That is all." Pretty Eagle replied: "We are willing to give up Sword Bearer, but we can't give up the other...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 9 November 1887

NO. 8526. VIS NATIONALBANK OF GREAT FALLS. CAPITAl., - - - $i00,000.00 OFFICERS. C. A. BROADw1ATI, - President T L. COLLIS, -+ Vice-President L~ G. PHLPs, - Cashier A. E. DIcrnxae. - Asa't Cashier DIRECTORS. S. A. BROADWATER, T. E. COLLINS, PARIS (IBSON, MARTIN MAOINNIS, DONIaT VAUGHX, JOHN LEPLEY, .o 0 aoWax, A. E. DICK.RMAN, L. G. PHELPS. A ge.eaal banking business transacted. Rachange drawn on the principal pointain the States and urope. Prompt attention given to collections. Interest allowed on time deposits. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 9. 1887. "DESERT LANDS." It'is a matter for public rejoicing that the term "desert land"- so long a reproach and a libel upon this great country-can no longer be applied to this section, by which we mean the greater portion of Cascade county, covered by the order of the general land office published in the TRIBUNE Saturday. As affecting the future development of Montana, it is the most important action ever taken by the land departme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 9 November 1887

accepted within a prescribed area, in- [ eluding nearly the whole of Cascade county. I-jis an honor and special distinction such as has not been con ferred upon any other portion of the territory. _ _ _ Tin'epitomized lecture oni "jump ing"byChief Justice McConnell,which we reprii:t to-day from the Indepen dent, ought'to be read carefully by some people in this section. The nat ural sentiment of the bench, the bar. the jury and all others is against the jumper. The season of navigation is still open. The Fern has asserted practi cally our right to be considered a river port. Dr. Davidson has reached the goal at last and merits hearty praise for his persevera5*ce. Rapid progressis being made with the railroad bridge for Great Falls at the Manitoba's works in Saint Cloud, Minnesota. It will not take long to place it in position. The first shipment of cattle from Great Falls took place successfully today. This marks a new era in the cattle trade of northern Montana. SPRAY OF THE FALLS....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 9 November 1887

J. A McKNIGHT & COM "TXT2 olesale anc .Edetail GROCERS, and Dealers in Walons and Farmin[ Imnlements, Central Avenue and Third Street, GREAT FALLS. Railroad Railroad Railroad SHAVE just received my first goods by rail, and have de cided to do business on a differ ent basis. I wish to convince my old customers, and also my new ones, that I am placed in such a 0 position that I can sell cheaper m than IF ever could before. My Z stock of Clothing, dents' Furnish- 0 a ing Goods, and Boots and Shoes is complete, and I will continue to R keep a fresh supply on hand at all times. As the Manitoba railroad has reached this point, I will be able to sell at Eastern margins. All goods to be as represented or money refunded. Don't forget the place. t A. NATHAN, One-Price Clothier, Central Avenue, GREAT FALLS. NO LOTTERY PRIZES K. O. CHOWEN, PRESTON .KING, F. B. WILCOX. President. Vico.President. See. and Treas. CATARAGT MILL COMPANY MERCHANT MILLERS. SDiamond, Manufacturers of the fol- - I l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 12 November 1887

ca s 2 r "E r - ...... .... GREAT FAL RI NBUE VOL - GEI FALL, C =CA =mOI, VOL, I, GREAT FALLS, CASCADE COUNTY, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1881, N0,C 52, INEXORABLE LAWI Parsons, Spies, Fischer and Engel Die on the Scaf fold, Bravely. LINGG SELF-MURDERED. Editor Schwab aild Teamster Fielden to Pass Their Lives in the Penitentiary. THE GOVERNOR'S. ACTION. Scenes at the Jail -Two Hundred People Witness the Execution -The Real Bomb Thrower Said to be in New York City. CaHcAoo, November 10, 9:30 A. M. Anarchist Lingg shot himself through the head this morning and d ed instantly. 9:35 A. M.-Llngg attempted suicide by means of a fulminating cartridge. He is still alive. The public Excitement is intense. Louis Lingg was a prominent agitator I and took a leading part in the Chicago domonstration which culminated in the I public meeting held at the Haymarket on a the evening of May 4, 1886. When the I police tried to break up the meeting it is believed that Lingg threw the bomb w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 12 November 1887

NO. 8826. Y IRSýT NATNAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. APITAL, - - - $100,000.00 OFFICOERS. a. A. BRaoDwAl n, - President T E. CoLLIs, - Vice-President I G(. PasLrs, - Cashier A. E. DIcxaxA. - Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS. C. BROADWATBR, T. E. COLLINS, PARIS GIBSON, MARTIN MAGINNIs, ROBIRT VAUGHN, JOHN LEPLEY, n. O CHOWN, A..E. DICKERMAN, L. G. PHELPS. A geneal banking btsinese traneacted. Batchange drawn on the prinoipal points in the States and Europe. Prompt attention given to oollectioas. Interest allowed on time deposits. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 12. 1887. THE MONTANA CENTRAL. President Broadwater is securing. an efficient staff for the Montana Cen tral. General manager Shelby brings to the service of the company long experience on the Union Pacific-a corporation which has derived a great income from Butte and' will make a hard struggle toretainjits grip on that city and the Montana traiffic in gene ral. Mr. Shelby is well qualified to carry into effect in opposition to this n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 12 November 1887

INTERVIEWED. - - A Railroad Man's Opinion of North ern Montana and its Chief Town. Learning that D. R. McGinnis, traveling passenger agent of the Saint Paul, Minne apolis & Manitoba railwa4, has been ex amining the resources of the country in the vicinity of Great Falls, we cerraled the gentleman last evening at the Park hotel with the following resu't: What do you think of the general char acter of the country along your new line of road between Fort Buford and Great Palls? "The land is of a very superior quality. Better by far than that along any other transcontinental route. The Milk river traverses a grand agricultural valley and is well timbered throughout." What is your opinion of Great Falls and its future prospects? "It is a 'city of destiny.' Nature has said that here at the junction of the Sun with the Missouri river is one of the points to which a large portion of northern Mon tand is naturally tributary. It only re mains for energy and capital tb utilize these wonder...

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