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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 15 February 1888

Weekly Tri';ne Establi.hed Miay 14, 1883. IEAT FALLS i ,i a PUBLISHED DAILY - "lD .f'5I-WEFd-. THE TRIBUNE PUBLI';Y . LItsoRPOI SUBSCRIPT1ON M1aii subscriptions must be pa'i, aid ' ·. DAILY. SF°I-WFii One year, by mail, l0.f) One year, bý nia:. . :.t Six months, " .l i Six mon'hl, " ~ s One month 1.(' Three nntthe" .1i One week, by care.r r, -3 Sint le col:: ... . All e ty su, U:. ,:es to iDaly eld:,red h_: carrier Ad'."-(rtiin.g rates furni ,i1,id on appiiation. The .irculation of ti.- '1ribune i"1 nor . Moneue;: is guarauiteed to x,-.e i:at oi :n :i per ptd.,lished in the .,rriti.. Soubs-ribers desiriuL: i. ir iadt,-. , . h - ,nuer send their form - tlddrce hik -nwld :,r renl-mbetred. Address: TRIBUNE PiBCLI';", - ('o.MPA :Y ireat, falls, \Montana. ''le fig't goes bravely vn 1:.1 th- rii able dry ,orlds stire la ug 11 hh ri t L :i more goods sinc('e the begiinnllg of 0 e c! (iar o n sale than any Ither hu:se las o.,! i six mouthl. No wondi- at th:-, : t . ::'" ,'e 25 jor en. 'ower...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 February 1888

S PECI.AL E ]DIIf GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. VOLUME 2, NUMBER 81. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1888. PRICE, FIVE CENTS & t/ /1* ofI Ye_____ g_______________ I VA - gk- - *` : w -I-sC 1 fý ~ ~ __ J_ 'X'7' i1E ,Er J asaA for0 1 ..'ý .. ý ] C are ..ý ý~ujf` ýF -,0 9 TRIBUTARY COUNTRY. The map herewith presented is the most accurate presentation of northern ti Montana that has been published to this n time. This is true both as regards the fi surveyed and the unsurveyed regions, the u distances as well as the relative positions s1 of all towns, streams, etc., being quite ac- h curate. Prof. Mortson is the delineator u and his reputation as a map maker is tE wide spread. o But besides being a faithful and accu- n rate map of northern Montana, and thus tc being of much service to our readers, it ac shows in a clear and convincing manner d, the central location of Great Falls, as re- ti gards the region covered and the varied it resources of its tributary territory. w Close b...

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. — 18 February 1888

STEADY PROGRESS. REMARKABLE BUILDING RECORD OF GREAT FALLS. Large Expenditure For Bridges, Biisi ness ilocks and Residences-- Prospects of a Great In crease This Year. Steady growth marked the progress of Great Falls from January, 1887, to Febru ary, 1888, when our record closed. The construction of the Montana extension of the Manitoba inspired general confidence, and building went on rapidly. The in ducements to wait for low freights and prompt transportation were great, but merchants went ahead regardless of the high price of building material. They calculated rightly that the extra cost would be more than offset by the advan tage of being early in the commercial field. The business blocks built last year were notable for their large size and per manent structure. Houses such as that of McKnight & Co., are not excelled by any in the territory. They seem built not fom a day, but for all time. The base ments are spacious and well adapted for the storage of merchandise in large ...

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. — 18 February 1888

FACTS ABOUT GREAT FALLS. Great Falls is located at the falls of the Missouri, which furnish the greatest available water-power on the continexit. It is within seven miles of the most extensive coal and iron district in the west, beyond which are rich gold, silver and copper districts. It lies tributary to the best agricultural region in the territory, as well as the part best adapted for grazing. The pineries of the upper Missouri are tributary to Great Falls. Great Falls is especially adapted by its natural resources and geographical position to become the leading manufacturing city between Minneapolis and the Pacific, as well as the railroad center of Montana. The western machine shops of the Manitoba line will be at Great Falls. Plans are being prepared for dams, canals and other means for utilizing the immense water-power at Great Falls. Works will be erected here for reducing gold, silver and copper ores, and for the manufacture of iron and steel. Iron, coal and limestone are a...

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. — 18 February 1888

JESSE F. TAYLOR, PHIL GIBSON. TAYLOR GIBSON REAL ESTATE. Choice Property in and about Great INSUIRANCJE. Pioneer Insurance Agency of Great Fals. Falls for sale. Mortgage Loans and j Representing the largest American other investments made for non- 'E E E E and British companies. We have a residents. - Collections prompt- complete abstract of all the ly made and remitted. LO NS. property of Cascade County. ABSTRACTS. REFERENCES : First National Bank of Great Falls, Montana; Montana National Bank of Helena, Montana. COR ESON2EN E OI.CIE & TAYLO a .I-.' REDUCTION WORKS. ti in THEY AID TO DEVELOP THE CLAIMS OF THE POOR MINE-OWNER. tri 'It The Plant to be Established at Great in Falls will Meet with Encourage- In ment from all Tributary as Mining Camps. P' m It is gratifying to find the Montana press so interested in the establishment of reduction works, and so ready to give publicity to all about them. The jour- y( nals express public opinion when at they desire works which shall re...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 February 1888

MORAL FORCES. 8 of METHODIST AND PRESBYTERIAN th PROGRESS IN NORTH MONTANA.' gi cl Gratifying Testimony Regarding Religious G Sentiment at Great Falls--A Moral and Law-Abiding City Where ti Church Members Abound. th The first service of the Methodist s Episcopal church held in Northern Mon- te tana was in the summer of 1872, by Rev. W. W..Van Orsdel at Fort Benton, who ai came to this country, prompted only by 8 to his ardent desire to bring the influence of to the gospel to the then far off frontier. He h came at his own expense and landed at h Fort Benton, coming from Pennsylvania. st He walked through the plains skirting the Missouri river, preaching, visiting and scattering the seed of the gospel, by his ardent spirit, some of which has borne, and still bears golden fruit in the hearts and homes of the few scattered settlers of that time. Continuously from that time on he has devoted his life and labor to the development of the church in all parts of Montana, and is now one of t...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 February 1888

"Clothiing DepartmfeftnEIK~fnt Furfishinig Iiiiod s My stock of these Goo(scn This being my principal de- M not be excelled, From the cheap partment you will find all the U I HR4- est to the finest you will find the latest and nobbiest lines of fine largest assortment to pick from IS THE MOTTO OF ever brought to this market. It clothing that the market affords wl a o ocl n e o will pay you to call and.se o for both men and boys. yourself. HTHECLOTHIER o L . Being the only clothier in Montana that marks ahil }oxs iA 8It~s.his goods in Plain Figures you wviii aiways find Having enlarged my store to O My lines of hats and caps are . One Price for all. Connected with my store is a. make room for this department, composed of nothing bu you will find the finest assortment epartment with a fine line of samples of hand-made boots and shoes, for custom suits. latest spring styles which wl both plain and Waukenphast, to HARRIS THE CLOTHIER, U kept up during the season both be found in the ter...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 February 1888

H. 0. CHOWEN, President. PRESTON KING, Vice-President. F. B. WILCOX, Sec. and Treas. CATAiCrJI MIL~L1 coMNYP MERCHANT MILLERS. GREAT FALLS - - - - MONTANA. We manufacture the following choice brands of Flour: DIAMOND. GOLD DUST.' CATARACT. SILVER LEAF. Choice Graham Flour, Bran, Shorts and Ground Feed. We grind Montana and Dakota No. 1 Hard Wheat exclusively, and our Flour is equal to the best manufactured. CATARACT MILL COMPANY. WOOL GROWING. NORTHERN MONTANA MAKING PRO GRESS IN WOOL PRODUCTION. Great Falls Will be the Leading Wool Market of the Territory---In duceeneuts For Wool Growers. Great Falls aspires to a leading place in connection with the wool industry. During the spring warehouses will be erected in ample time for the shearing season. Leading houses in Boston, New York and Philadelphia will be repre sented here, and will be in a position to pay the highest price that the market will allow for north Montana wool. In due time it is expected that woolen fac tories, such as...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 February 1888

Weekly Tribune Established May 14, 1885. ste as GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE po PUBLISHED DAILY AND BEMI-WEEKLY ea] ret THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, be [INOOaPORATDD] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ant Mail subscriptions must be paid in advance. ha DAILY. I SEMI-WEEKLY. ths One year. by mail, $10.00 One year, by mail, $83.00 Six months, . 5.00 Six months " 1.50 a One month " 1.00 Three months" 1.00, One week, by carrier, 23i Single copy,......5 o All city subscribers to Daily delivered by carrier inc Be Advertising rates furnished on application. The circulation of the Tribune in northern Montana is guaranteed to exceed that of any pa- hai per published in the territory. Subscribers desiring their address changed coJ must send their former address; this should be ha remembered. Address: TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, sto Great Falls, Montana. net an( GREAT FALLS. Three years ago J. J. Hill and D. C. the Shepard of Saint Paul, accompanied by est colonel Broadwater and major Magiunis inf of Helena, toget...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 February 1888

Timothy E. Collins, John Lepley, Louis G. Phelps, Arthur E. Dickerman, President. Vice-President. Caslher. AssistantCashier. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS, ,MONTANA. PRINCIPAL STOCKHOLDERS. STATEMENT OF CONDITION -'- ON DECEMBER 7. 1887. JAMES J. HILL, President St. Paul, Minneapolis & Manitoba R.R., St. Paul. . J. S. KENNEDY, First Vice-President " New York City. . . . This bank is located in the prosperous and progressive city of GREAT FALLS: the county seat of Cascade county, Montana; the terminus of three lines of railroad; the RESOURCES. SAMUEL F. THORNE, Director " New York City. center of the great agricultural. pastoral and mining industries of Montana; adjoining the D. WILLIS JAMES, New York City. vast coal fields of Sand coulee; at the grand cataracts of the upper Missouri river, the greatest OANS AND ISCOUNTS, available water-power on the continent; the chief city of northern Montana, and destined in UNITED STATES BONDS, - - - - - 25,000 00 CHARLES A. BROADWA...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 February 1888

MIGHTY CATARACTS. THE UPPER MISSOURI'S SCENIC GRANDEUR DESCRIBED. Verbatim Extracts From the Diaries of Lewis and Clark, the Explorers Who Visited this Country in 1805. "In 1804 captains Lewis and Clarke were directed by president Jefferson to explore the river Missouri from its con fluence with the Mississippi to its source, and to proceed thence across the moun tains by the shortest route to the first navigable water on the western side, which they were to follow to the shores of the Pacific. This party entered the Missouri on the 14th of May, 1804, and took up their winter quarters on the 1st of the ensuing November in the country of the Mandan Indians, having by com putation proceeded 1,609 miles. They resumed their voyage on the 7th of April, 1805, and on the 18th of August reached the extreme navigable point of the Mis souri, upwards of 3,000 miles from the moutk. They here procured horses, and crossing the dividing chain of mountains for a distance of more that 60 miles, and ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 February 1888

SCENIC GRANDEUR. THE WONDROUS SCENERY OF THE MISSOURI AT GREAT FALLS. Limitless Motive Power Combined With the Greatest Series of Cataracts in the World-Broadwater Bay to the Great Falls. The grand and beautiful in nature is always inspiring to the human breast. The vastness of the silent plains, as one gazes on them from an higher elevation, is almost oppressive; but when we come to sylvan shades and tinkling rills we breathe more freely, and it seemsthat our whole being is gently wooed to rest. Most persons however, drinking in such scenes, soon become satiated and long for something more exciting. They thirst for something that shall contain the ele ments of rugged grandeur and sublimity -for something that shall make their hearts leap fast with wild excitement; for something also, that shall please in the beholding, touch the imaginative side of their nature and impress them with the inexpressible sublimity of their surround ings. Montana, from all these points, can satisfy the ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 February 1888

GOLD AiND SILVER. MINING REGIONS TRIBUTARY TO GREAT FALLS. Rich Gold, Silter and Copper Deposits in the Belt Mountain Region--The Districts Described---The Coming Copper Camp. The mineral region directly tributary to Great Falls is of vast extent and only partly developed. It lies chiefly in the Belt mountains, which are southeast of the city and will be connected with it soon by railroad. The Sand Coulee and Nei hart branch has been constructed as far as the Sand Conleecoal fields, and will be extended this year. Appended are notes on the Belt mountain region by Prof. O. C. Mortson, the eminent mining engineer who has done so much to promote the mineral development of northern Mon tana. It is advisable to haul your load down hill when practicable. The selection of Great Falls as the site of com plete and gigantic refining and reduction works has been made on that basis. But the moun tains will not be denuded of their timber for the production of charcoal; wood will not be cut by th...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 February 1888

REAL ESTATE. LOANS. COLLECTIONS. HANKS' GREAT FALLS AGENCY. CENTRAL BLOCK, CENTRAL AVENUE, GREAT FALLS. Xxxx x xx x x City property, both improved and unimproved. LOA.- TS.in all parts of the City. Have a few desira- COLLECTIONS. Will negotiate First Mortgage loans on improv- ble pieces of property, which if sold with- Will make commercial collections of all kinds. ed city property, which will net the lender in the next 30 days, will surely net the Collections of rents and care of prop 10 per cent. Small sums of money puchse frm25t 5 ercn erty for residents and non-residents within six months. Also desir to loan on city property. able ranch property within a promptly attended to. short distance of the city for sale at reasonable rates. CORRESPONDENCE INVITED FROM PARTIES DESIRING INFORMATION CONCERNING GREAT FALLS OR NORTHERN MONTANA. PARIS GIBSON, Great Falls. FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Great Falls, C. M. WEBSTER, Secretary Great Falls Water Power & Townsite Company. WILL HANKS, Cent...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 February 1888

ADMIRABLY LOCATED a' ______- ci NORTH MONTANA THE GARDEN OF THE INTER-MOUNTAIN REGION. 04 Oreat Falls Situated so as to Command ti Its Best Trade, as the Accom panying Map Clearly ti Demonstrates. p The map herewith will show the rela- c tive position of Great Falls to other w places in the great northwest. It will ble a seen that it occupies a central position In M Montana on the west side of the Missouri tt river, which flows to the ocean amid fer- it, tile lands, prosperous settlements and it 01 growing cities. It may be observed like- b, wise that Great Falls is placed on that it immense plateau which extends eastward c( from the main range of the Rocky moun- t tains. This vast region includes the gar den spot of Montana, and is made up of bench lands and valleys, all of which are is susceptible of cultivation and will yet be w dotted with millions of prosperous home- e1 steads. In this favored portion of Mon- it tana, soil and climate are suitable for the v production of hard w...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 February 1888

NEW WHEAT BELT. OPINIONS OF A GREAT FALLS MER CHANT ON THE BENCH LANDS. Old-Time Delusions Disappearing--Large Crops or Grain Will be Raised in the Garden Spot of Montana. "Mr.Wernecke, what has been your ex perience in regard to cultivating bench lands?" Asked a Tribune reporter of Mr. Wernecke. "In California," he replied, "in 1874 it was thought that crops could not ie raised on the uplands, far out on the prairie or sandy desert, as it was called, without irrigation. Messrs. Shipp, Sanders and Prof. Isen, who were good authorities, concluded that in the dry regions wheat crops would fail one year in three and that garden stuff could not be raised at all. The professor, however, knew that fine earth is a non-conductor. So le began early in the spring to till the ground in his garden, renderinir the clay .i'. 11. I. MINOT'S C'ENTRAL. BLOC)K very fine at the surface. 1le found is the result that the earth retained the moisture lone after the rains ceased, and tha' everything he pla...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 February 1888

BUSINESS HOUSES. SOME OF THE COMMERCIAL ESTAB LISHMENTS OF GREAT FALLS. Leading Merchants of North Montana-All Lines Represented-Preparing for Increased Trade this Season. MURPHY, MACLAY & CO. This is the pioneer mercantile house of Great Falls. In the fall of 1884, when the town was but a few months old, and I the number of buildings here scarcely exceeded a dozen, the house of Murphy, Maclay & Co. at Benton decided to estab lish a branch at this place, and acted promptly on the decision. They secured t the building now occupied by I. L. Israel & Co.and put in a general stock in charge of Worden P. Wren, who has since been the manager of the firm's business and interests here. Early in the season of 1886 they commenced the erection of the stone block now occupied by them (an illustration of which is furnished) t and on the 26th of July of that year took possession of the same, it being then much the finest building in the town. 1 They carry a very large stock of grocer ...

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. — 22 February 1888

0HEAT FALLS IRIBUNE. MBE 2 , NU R 9. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1888 PRICE, FIVE CENTS so wrns a xma 1sonnon.nes... mann. .............. I rr 7 rmmn a man I , 'S DEMANDS. [IE M KNOWN TO BISMARCOK S T OF HER CLAIMS. th ers that Austria Would ce tile Russian De oe Situation Be ing Warlike. BE ruary 19.-Prince Bismark tas o 'from Count Schouvaloff, tunsai hador here, a definite dec aration of he czar's demands with refer ace to Bulgaria No secret is made of he exact of the proposal nor f the 1 on that they will be m rm The czar asks sub atUS of the rights of Rus da to o lIgaria and Roumania. Sf and the sobranje are lo be nd a Russian commis. se urkish colleague is to ree vernment and army and ons for a new sobranje. aims the right to occupy tuntil the czar deems it Sw uis troops. The im if these demands aggra vates . It is reported that Prince as advised Count Schou valoit e Russian government to ref if dcally presenting them Sground that they would S ith peremptory ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 22 February 1888

NO. 3525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,000,000 Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFIOERS. T. E. COLLINS, . . • President JOHN LEPLEY, . Vice-President L. G. P LPs, . . . . . Cashier A. E. DIOKERMAN, . . As88t Cashier DIREOTORS. C. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, ROBERT VAUGHNOA, . 0 CHIOWEN, J. T. ASRMINGTON. A general banking business transacted. Exchange dawn on the principal pointsin the States and Europe. Prompt attention given to colleotions. Interest allowed on time deposits. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1880. Semi =leekly BUTTi AND GREAT FALLS. Mr. Oakes of the Northern Pacific rail way informed a Butte Miner reporter that the establishment of reduction works will "make Butte to a great extent a producer of crude ore merely, which will deprive the camp of the profits re sulting from the reduction of ore in Butte to a profitable shipping basis." This statement of Mr. Oakes in reply to an inquiry as to what effect...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 22 February 1888

t Your Property and Insure Your Goods tur ;. P. COLLETT, eal Estate and Insurance Agency-, Postolflce Block, Great Falls, Montana. E VISITORS. STATION AGENTS RE S l .DIAL WELCOME. Th Catracts and the Giant plimentary Resalu Ped--Homeward n Bound. will henceforth be the of or the delegates to con ey have done their'work an "outing." People who miles of here will no. elng the cataracts than tto see Niagara if they wei 9arsion party this year was prival was announced last was composed of railway of Montana and some e party were: J. C. Shawbut arrison; Miss M. C. Faust, ine and wife, Deer Lodge; s and wife, Bozeman; H. S fe, Bozeman; J. T. Robin s 0 ; J. Carson, Warm Springs; Thompson Falls; C. A. Ja ton; R. B. Wells, Butte; Je ge, Helena. ere welcomed at the rail agent Kelly, who extended d of fellowship while his with good nature. By a nce, the train was the a to crose the bridge and Sof Great Falls proper. orary depot the visitors te hotel where carriages With that promptitude their ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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