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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 9 May 1888

Weekly Tribune Etablilhed May 14, 1885, GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PUBLISHED DAILY ND BEI-WEEKLY THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, [INOOiRPOBATED SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subscriptions must be paid in advance. DAILY. EeII-WEEKLY. On year by oitl, $1.0 On yr, by mail, $8.00 .it. monltos, 5.1X) BSix months 1.ra0 t)ne montil 1,8l Throi months " 1.(8) Ine week, by carrier, 25 tingle copy.. Alloity subseribers to LDailydolivered by carrier Advertising rnates furnished on application. The circulation of the Tribune in northtrn Montana is guaranteed to exceed that of any pa per published in the territory oaoscribers desiring their address changed must send their former addressy this should be 4ddress: TRIBUNE PUBLISHING (COMPANY, '.eat Falls, Montana. Imlportant. It is matter of importteace to lll the people of thllis town and county to kllow just where they can buy their goods the chellpest and best. I al not prepared to say which is the best grocery hlouse in town, but I can assure the plblic tha...

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 May 1888

REAT FA AILS TRIBUNE. R ! ,%6 i BER 49. GREAT FALLS, MIONTANA, SATURDAY, MAY 12, 1888. PRICE, FIVE CENTS " "ii . . . . . . . . . . . FFAIR. HE BETRAYER sOt AT HER T0 . the High License bed in hutte- Fiathenm w-Amos I. Ty of u fs doon, a salesman, and a d Dr. W. Y. Gil ad morning. Tyler tto l nid upon the lat shooting at him. body. Tyler was that Gilroy is mate child of his His daughter, on bed, told him to d so. Gilroy is a ife is highly re Alaska. 9.-- Major Rog , whfor the Canadian igh the seemingly ponsibY e Selkirk range and vs hie paos so discovered, dwh has been engaged ephrough which the P and Manitoba may arrived in the a and left for the railway man here, a d ays that Major IRog ve for the Canadian terests of an American lists who are contemp lii line from some point on ific or Manitoba line to eastern slope of the s ome hundreds of Sis what is taking dbeforereturning over the ground g on the feasibility cond day's pro di re devoted entire Ike Morehouse, n, was discharged c...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 12 May 1888

NO. $525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,oo0 Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFICERS. T. E. COLLINs, - - . President JOHN LEPLEY, . * Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, . . Cashier A. E. DICKERMAN, . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS. 0. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MIAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, ROBERT VAUGHN, H. 0 CHOWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON. A general banking business transacted. Exahange drawn on the principal points in the tates and Europe. Prompt attention given to collections. interast allowea on time deasits. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. MAY 12. 1800. Semi Aeekly THE UAJIPAIG(N. The presidential calculator will soon be abroad and the papers will be full of "sure" and "doubtful" states, arranged very much according to the fancy or hopes of the compiler. There have been important changes since the cam paign of 1884 in party pluralities, but that contest will be the groundwork for calcu lations by all parties--democratic, plrohi bition and republican. In 1884 the democr...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 12 May 1888

C NEWS. democratic state conven liOn h e Mills' tariff bill. democratic convention c rule for the territories. of the Chippewa Lumber pany has started up. ive days of rain are re ason City and other Iowa the St. Paul Cable line ra raise from 20 to 25cents rhees has expressed regret for using unparliamentary raceville, Minn., Democrat pearance. Its editor is a of Buffalo have been fined in a plot to blow up oil tates Senate hasbeen con d forfeiture bill without sciion. e, a member of the Salva ankato, was sent to the re purloining goods. cine has asked Carl e Americans and Ger for their good will. ent that the Soo road the Canadian Pacific is by the Seeoo line officials. of San Francisco have .000. The failure caused York, where the loss elt. ship Iowa, which has ar o from Liverpool, reports a school of whales and onsters in two. ed among a company of Inkerman, Pa,, in the one of the rioters, Joseph bbed. Six rioters are in assed a bill to perfect the narantine service. It pro onal q...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 12 May 1888

Weekly Tribune Establi.bhd May 14, 1885. GJREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PUBLISHER DAILY AND SEM~I-WEEKLY THE TRIBUNE PUBLIBHING COMPANY. [INOOR1Io ATED] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 41ail subscriptions must be paid in advance. DAILY. SEMI-WEEBKLY. O.ne yer, by..mil,S1O.O0 One year, by ...il, 88.10 din month., 5.00 Six. m.th. 1.10 One m.oth 1.00 Throeo mnthe" 110) 0)n. wee0kb... ..i.W, I 25 lingle copy,...... 5 A~ll city subscribers to Daily~ delivered by carrier Ad.ertising rates furnished on opplication. Thle eir.nl.tior of the Trib.., in northern Santnnn is gon .nt..d to oe.,,.tld that of ay Ia p... ptblished in the territry. iinnecrib.n, desiring their address changed mnust send their former f ddres.; this shouyld be remembered. Address: TRBnUNE Pyn...IINCI COMAnY., 1010nt F1ills, Montana. ITlpotsrtnlt. It Is matter of importance to all the people of this town and county to know just where they can buy their goods the cheapest and best. I am not prepalred to say which is the best grocery house in t...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 16 May 1888

/74 ,_. .;f~K 'REAT FALILS RB I fioexl iuli,;, : IUMBER 9. REAT , M , W ES M I, 18. ICE VE CENTII MRBER 44). GREAT FAL.LS, MONTANA, WEI)NESDAY, IA 6,1.}..lS ,FVECNS IPINGS. SBUSINESS BLOCKS INGS. Over tie City-The s Witha Rusll- ring Rapidly. is on the increase. oFiN 0 are going up rapid Central avenue the 2,," for the Bach-Cory - mmence in a short D mill be three stories ick, iron and sand ;of the building will latest improvements. ar into the thousands. o a large trade here n Montana. act Mill company's il Gibson's new office, few days ago. This d finished in modern ding on the same side r. Peck's neat frame stoe ompletion. Sthe Hotchkiss & Haw-' kin bundation and floor of this hed. As soon as the baeg k are working to their ul fi ~rnish the material the ot. started. Prof. Race is build lock comes next. Mr. ner, has already built n* has the second one ick building is nearing add materially to the fline Cnt avenue. c begun on the fouu Sdt aind expects to ew weeks. on the south ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 16 May 1888

NO. 3525. FIRST NATIONAL BANI OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $,,ooo,ooo Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFICERS. T. E. COLLINS, . . . President JOHN LEPLEY, . . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, .. . . Cashier A. E. DICKERMAN,. . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS. o. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERIS, ROBERT VAUGHN, H. O CHOWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON. A general banking business transacted. Exchange drawn on the principal points in t he States and Europe. Prompt attention given to collections. Interest allowsd on time deoosits. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. MAY i. 180. Semi - Vekly GROWING GREATNESS. A noble tribute to the merits of Great Falls is paid in the Northwest MIagazine (E. V. Smalley, editor,) for May. Tile writer, Dr. Hersey, speaks from actunal observation as well as from extensive experience in northwestern ex ploration. He says: "The Missouri riv er, partly to discover whose mysterious source in the then unknown depths of the continent was the object of the faom on...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 16 May 1888

S GOSSIP. 0 -e New Republican an and Party Plans. he republican county even t died away. The Sech discussed Satur Dan McKay who has s a party leader now his success by form ; lub for the coming rpose of this club will ughly the republicans ibute campaign docu akers, and finally to my among all republi the party ticket may at upport. Close rela as with the republicanos ty and it is expected S i oell norganized and in Q ý at all c ýan. L rl e republicans shows tisfled with the resull S They consider that n a central county com ned, and that in this Y,? ^ the work will be no, t, are active, intelli n; Dan McKay is a T) anaged his forces envention. He and dates ready for each d in putting through showed organization wo members of the obster and Dr. Fair to the party and are any faction fights. died politics in Min Hill, Loren Fletcher, Pillsbarys and other ea4 It party management o re ad are as expert in ain irms within the party le rsiding with the demo are clamoring for a ead came nea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 16 May 1888

Weekly Tribune Established May 14, 1885. ,REAT FALLS TRIBUNE NUBLISHED DAILY AND SEMI-.ELY THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CEOMPANY. [INCORPORATED] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. liail subscriptions must be paid in advance. DAILY. SmI-WEnEKLY. ne year bymail, $1000 Onep ya, by Pil, S.00 Aix onths, 5.I0 Six monthl, 1.0. One month 1.0I Three montsls" 1.0 Oneweek,by arrier, 25 ingle copy, ...... 5 All olty subsoribers to Daily delivered by carrier Advertislg rates furnished on application. The circulation of the Tribune in northern M.ntana is guaranteed to'exceed that of any pa per published in the territory Dnoscribers desiring their address changed must send their former address; this should be lemembered. I Address : TRIBUNE PUBLISHING C(OMPANY, }reatat Falls, MoDntna. Importarlt. It is matter of importanee to all the people of this town and county to know just where they canl buy their goods the cheapest and best. I am not prepared to say which is the best grocery house in town, but I can assure the p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 19 May 1888

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. UMBER 50. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY, MAY 119, 1888. PRICE, FIVE CENT_ S. CASCADE GE BACH IN FAVOR FENDANT. ted------Two Way of by Warrant. and Big Victory for Caounty. Taylor returned from I et lag and brings the fade county triumph ' by Choteau county S80,000, due provision iglhich, in accordance y been made. The turday on demurrer Choteau county. Mr. ney for Cascade coun ggued the case for his Intire, county attorney esented the plaintifl. of two hours the court ,er advisement, and on endered his decision Soteau county against tde, I am sorrythatthe Cged to render a decis ionepending upon his th and almost entirely Sties at his coonuand to ught to recover a udg ainst the county of ed upon the law creat lplaintifl claim that that an be collected by an umpsit. On the other dant, by his demurrer, medy sought is not the any doubt that the law 0 0 indebtedness is it iyfs not a great doi Sin my opinion .t at a law, and it is a the legal existence a that it cert...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 19 May 1888

NO. 3525. FIRST NATIONAL BANI( OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo Paid-Up Capital, $1110,0001. OFFICERS. T. E. COLLINS, . .. l'rosiheat. JOHN LEPLEY, . . Viee-l' es'dea l L. G.PaLP, . E . .. (I. Cashil ' A. :. DICoKEIIAN, . . Ass'i, Cashier DIRECTORS. C. A. BIROADIWA'TEI, MIARII'IN TAGISNNIs, PARIS (IBSON, IRI.\ 1(1.(IS, ROBE'T' VAU(IIIN, II. O V J. T. Alt011N 'TON. A gen(ll bauking Ilusinss trrI i lrtI . Exchange drawn IIn tll, preip0iloints i0 SEIteIs and luropeI Prompt atteunton given (o ollhtilos, Interest allowed on time d1onsits. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE, SATUDIAY. 3AY 1, plu'k of Mlaijrr al341ir-iw c, I'iile the ludi in lerelrvili ll \v lla c +l ll,, en," it wans ]l)lped tllt oallthlllc icc.!; 1+ wouldl receive tlhe fllll I( lli!f i h mllearlll'.C The mlilitary tlllllili"s. ]l,\ ever, were first i tile dli l al ii 'jiiiiiic'[ large traots of lanld for aIt c ccc'l i 0ll:1 An exneclrtle oleilf, hlieh e e lnt·' last Saturday, scmiliill-Il arciiili, fo' it acrds t till wid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 19 May 1888

f T" AL F'AME. 'TIt ATEE) lit I'VI % II RTIEIt IIIE I'l ROTIIWOFST. Trels tles V-llteI atltrotlrne ------- It Lli lorLlk 1111 of tiophre. growl the rome r: bi Illd t'i 111(1Fred 111100 10 (ten, I. 1h 81110(1 and tie 1-(r in t beln thrownl 0101. ea f"C,'re tF'allsatt tll. heyaddill l that tlls 011(pene1 rclOVI goldi, oilver, l opt, r her in its vicinity cedes, uear atnP;I·; l handi six timers as great;l ( Antlholly,"wilioh rvet "thlt hIa lisplayed promi / en- n lnr it hand. .of thlle Newy E-ln ile in nortlleri n open to settle fertile valley ofI i throughout it-. 18t, accessille to tlii lb ribe railroad system." di that "rich hlottoni ries, and fertile region and that ii S ot wheat tieldos and the Blaclk Engle of the (Iiant spriig. illstratiug lthe sr 1ý hmense wealrpoe of Great Fallo. m ril", Lroad S:nmd Qe r. A viewftlthe It orks, as they sou, bey uilldigs ail oii given. All ai able informatiia t, busiiti ee ai 'u' In the Soenat arday I ws toke~n nip S}1100 t 11 ,0011pd illoo itaon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 19 May 1888

Weekly Tribune Established May 14, i885. ;1EAT FALLS TRIBUNE ^UBLIBSED DAILY AND NEH,.WEEKLY THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. [INCORPORATE D] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 5 Pil subscriptionU i must bo paid in advance. DAILY. . i SEU.UUw lU. U H I)noey, r by mail, $10 OnU year, by nCll, $1. Mix imoths, 5.0 Ilia UiUOCth, 1.t11 One monthU 1.10 Tree monthsII" 1.Cl OueCeek, by carrier 2 ingle copy...... All city subscribers to Daily delivered by carrier Advertising rates furnished on application. ''1"a circtlhtion of the Tribune in IorlhlrI M ,ntana is gCurnteUU d to exceed tIhat of anlU II p.l pnUblished in the territory Uaosoribers desiring their address chlUgllOd mlst Usend their fCormr addr1ess; this should be rauCemUoC rd. Addreu: ITIBCUNE IUBCLISHING C(OMPANY, lrCaS Falls. lountana. TIplol'URilt. It is mutter of imlllOlUrtalle to ll tl people of this townU anld OCllty to 1llow just where they clCi buy their goods the chleapest anld best. I am not preplred to ay which is tile oest LgrocerIy l...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 23 May 1888

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE UMBER 51. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WENESAY, MAY 23. 1888. RIE, FIVE ENT L MARKET.IE, FIVE E L MARKET. ry for the Wool Grow Falln will Pre tlhe Coming E i!: i ':, u. l ... S who knows so thor ghi the wool trade and es an extending that of ), today by a Tribune S es would be provid g season. " replied Mir. Gib railroad has begun ol wareholse, which by the end of the ts. This warehouse ng by l75 feet broad. ar Holter's saw mill, latforms so that wool ne side and shipped oe IManitoba cars for r Philadelphia. In i handling the wool he lowest figure and I e gain thereby. The mb warehouse has been a4 ba h orok shops and d here. It will great in wool, for the busi- P eted on the methods ehouses in the large ceipts that are negoti tntinUetinents will Great r-: Gibeon " Sdthis th natural center for S de of ' ,rn Montana. It is h p et for the north Ds tupuyer, the Te tIwud Aart On the southeast t for the woolgrow S10nr as the Judith rections the town is h There is no toll fere...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 23 May 1888

AREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. MAY 23 1088. Sei-Weekl TO WOOL PROWERS. Addressing the wool growers of north srn Msontanan we would say: When you bring your clip to market md sell it at, we holpe, a good price you will, in accordance with old custom, buy your supplies for householl sd and farm s. We are aware that it is important to be isle to get good value for your money. If you receive a good price for your wool, but had to lose time and money in going olsewhlere to buy hardware, groceries and ather commodities, the net gain, if ansy, would be small. We h]ope, however, to rhow you that, in addition to selling your cool on good terms, you will be able to lly whatever you need as chesply as you ould in Itelena or Benton. In the grocery trade you will find here active compeltition among several houses, eanh of which does ai large business. These houses sell well, because they buy well. They procure sugar and tea in tr load lots from San Francisco,where sugar is refined extensively a...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 23 May 1888

S a ent. L. . PHELPS, Cashier. Vice-President. A. E. DICKERMAN, Aes't Cashier. SNational Bank GREAT FALLS. tok $100,000. Capital : $1,000,000. PRINCIPAL STOCKHOLDERS: President St. Paul, Minneapolis and Manitoba Rail jd, St. Kennedy, First Vice President St. P., M. & . R. R., w muel F. Thorne and D. Willis James, Directors St. P., & York City; Charles A. Broadwater, President Montana ta elena; H. P. Upham, President First National Bank, St. man, Capitalist, St. Paul; Rt. Rev. J. A. Paddock, Taco erritory; J. T. Dodge, Duluth, Minnesota; A. C. Loring, A. Strong, Mart B. Koon, Minneapolis; Martin Magin E. Sharpe, Hugh McQuaid, A. M. Holter, D. W. Buck, aughn, A. W. Kingebury, Cascade County; Ira Myers, SP. Lewis, Great Falls; Dr. F. Atkisson, Fort Benton. nt at Close of Business April 30, 1888: ts....8199,314 90 ICapital ...............8100,000 00 ... 8,70 649 Surplus ................. 8,500 00 2316 96 Undivided Profits....... 8,440 18 27,483 19 Circulation .............. 22 0...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 23 May 1888

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. MAY 2t, 1588. Semi-Weekly SUPPLEMENT. OUR GROWTH. 1 IIIlSSl)N ON (O(iL.VIlI:IiERlII ENOW ANTI FOUR 1EA ItS A 'O. Alaiks Som- I.essrs"l ti-g NtrSir Alllili artiona WhihIr,rav Itt-ere erifti-. Foulr years ago oil the 2:1h dav of this imonth t('o.I. l1. . T. D 'lge cllls d upi n t at miy hoiise inll Hlnl, t1) inquir if I could take hitm by rier totiiteGr( eat Fall I of the t Mtissouri. In one hat .d o'ga th ized a party for the ttrip. vii.: (i ...T.. Dodge, .tJoAn I1. Witrn, E. I). d1g. -ertol Itichard Laoekey and N, Sweetltmd. We t left Stuhb 's ferry l at 2 p.: il. nil Sattoda\, I] May 24th, and arrived ;it Great Falls oin Mionday evening, May 2ith, and wereli. warmly receivedl by Paris (libston, tie founder of the city, II. I. ('ihowen, ir ti Myers anld Mr. (Giion's two cons, Phil of and Theodore. IOn Tu''esday morninea J. J. Hill. acenil - pinied by Col. (. A. Broadwnter and liar- a ty, arrived and visited the several falls, ra the Giant Spring and t...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 23 May 1888

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 23 May 1888

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 23 May 1888

m C ELCOME. SAN FROM HELENA TO BEAT THE CATARACTS. s Falls Overjoyed to ýýi Mithe Capital and y of Festivity at Snelter. ock Friday the splen ttana Central rairaroad f Great Falls, having from Helena in three e fastest trip on record tie ties. The four conches people who crowded observe the glorious nature displayed. As the bridge, the Great i med the visitors with eers were given by tile rgn a halt were waved to tes y t) o ny. The guests recip s demonstration and , t the public welcome. olol was greeted with aee i hearty congratula one ao far of the largest cu Lhas ever visited nor t while the people decorated coaches ard of Trade," in col n, the visitors were proportions of the Shici and the Tribune stars and stripes float ecze. They were all 'glimpse of the city have fain tarried when heaboard" passed along Q proudly over the new at Falls and Missouri ie ording the spectators Great Falls, and then poug the' roliing prairie w the city and the smel the end of the track the b.by Gen...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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