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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 February 1891

STHE -iEfTki TRIBUNE. ru yviin. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 21, 1891. NUMBER 75 I T s naor His Kist lew that he was Dhlig ne be Drew This Bye. san be more pleasing to the aperhet Sttiag, stylish suit? yeo invest In anything that T yes better? If yeo won't the matter from an artistic , leek at it from abines t. Nw eau yen make a gedl on mea you have business with If year elethee look as they were mase for somebedy *are especially careful about of iusring a good ft. Our selected by experienced buy. special reference to the cut of at as well as the workman all cur goods. When you as. t from our stock you can feel that it is made as well as It is hor good tailors to make it and t the garment will wear and shape as well as a suit made erder. adoring l)ejrtilment ve annexed a tailoring depart ear business this year. That ye handreds at dtbremasem all kinds of Imported and Do orsteds, Cheviots and Cassi. a large tailoring establish the east. We will take your hor any k...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 February 1891

UIE SOLOIS IN HELENA. L 'a e'weII Nomianaated Poaatmaster .itl Ilieiaaa by 1aai -iikaat Harirluasn. 8' SOUR BILL PLACED TO GENERAL O1OER. '.!de \~lea1iiaiiil !'. I ha. Itpelialg iil thal Faort SIaaatz I 1l11iatt Ita.-it'vs tiamnl ,ituig Ili h%" Bthi -' uaniitittee AtIp4lasagii tor i'oalea'' thei Ilasiat i mpijetanit Bl~ls;a for ('aoaaaiderattisl. Ag.N.Feb. Iii-[Speclial toi the 'luia iistat.1ve-T. H. ('leneh wins today aaaati' ct. tatted lay the upresldent far postassater tat ft-StiAfli. 'r&e house meat today at 103 oaclock and 'So a.ntaeaaaa'a much baaslneats. Ntotices of ahills were given lay Wailblace t.at s;roaide fair thae exaaaaiaaatlon af wa rl *ta~aaP li' theadeauib. 1 a ~iaaaaltaat. ~' Mlanteath-For aluate iaaspectiar af 'fat Hlgailaaa-"1' "corn; el railroad caail aRjuatr5 to grraatt righlt of w 43. "hae ataitnanal akinitg foir the uopenaiaag rate Faort Shat'~ I naitan ra..ervaatlaua asia * . t al(i (a atl fohaI laiSe azad wenat toa th. erlair. baalter anaid a 1Iii .t~a...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 February 1891

SWEEKLY TRIBUNE, WEDKLY TRIBUZNB. n account of the change of form of a T tauls, and the lare riecrease in amount of available space, a weekly Ion will hereafter be issued instead the semi-weekly. Wbhle our sub bars will receive the paper but once a pk, the one paper will contain as much, ot more, reading matter thea the two stofore iusued. The change. we be e, will give general satisfaction. THi SILVER QUESTION. e following pertinent communi n, from a thoughtful clear. ted member of the silver oemmis , will be head with much inter It is from the pen of J. W. Por of Charlotterille, Va. The Char villleChronicle of recent datesays: )te of the bugbears constantly pre Ited by advocate of the gold stand 1, and one which has more weight Ih many earnest yet timid, friends bi-metalliam than any other is that cannot, unaided by foreign nations p silver at par. ere are few Americans who do profess at least to be in or of bi-metallic money. But they we cannot by our method, unsup ed by other na...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 February 1891

TIE DAILY TRIBUNE. r DwUer DAtLt AND west1 of THE TRIBUIE PUBLISHING COIPANI. rIsoosrosArasl SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mal etubscriptions must be paid in advanos hAILt. WUSLT. 0 &eper by mail, "O.ii0 (ione pi ear. by mall. 1.W' b s months.," SIP s menthe 1.10 000e moth " 1.00 iremal' .C ns weaek. o center. >a UIse 00py..... Alt octy embeoribereto DallwdelIwered bycarrier Ade rtilas rates faralahed on appliCoatio. The lrcatlatlca of the trib.ne in &..rthern MoGlena W. nurantead t" aonedthat of tp pa p aer enbiishd to the elate oestcrdray aeirine their addren chanNed mort send their former addrees; this ehu be rasanemrberod. sddresmb: THeios eathu bse CowpAsu, (treat Falid. M.mntana. SATURIDAY. FEBIIUARY 21. 1801. WILLIAM THOUNMSEJI .w1ERMAN. len. i. T. Sherman, one of the prominent figuree in American hie tory, passed to the great beyond yeeterday at his reeidence in New York city. His fight against death was a brave one, as might be ex pected of the hero of so many battle field...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 February 1891

ello! What isThis? 3-1-'91 3-1-'91 3-1.'91 3 1-'91 3-1-'91 3-1-'91 THE DAILY TRIBUNE: SPRAY OF THE FALLS. SATURDAT'5 DAILY. A cage-tender named Wingenback was killed It No. 3 shaft of the Drum-Lum on mine Thursday night. C. D. McClure of St. Louis, one of the rincipal stockholders of the Granite contain Co. is in the city. Among the Great Falls visitors in Helena are T. E. Collins, George Jones, and Sam MacMurran.-Journal. W. P. Clough, the vice-president of the Great Northern railway, passed through here yesterday on his way to the coast O. G. Cooper and E. E. Leech of Cho teau arrived from Ienton last evening by a freight train. They had been in attend ance at court, but hope to attend the next term in Teton county. Mr. Scott Wetant is rapidly recovering from his late illness, and it is not now expected that he will lose his hand, as the circulation is daily increasing. But the ilenton old-timer has had a close call. Judge Hoffman's child is somewhat easter and hopes are entertain...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 February 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SPRAY OF THE FALLS. TUESDAT's DAILY. C. B. Tanile of Sweet Gries spent Sun day at the Park. Born, las eveelug to Mr. and Mrs. Thos. E. Brady. a girl baby. Parties from Butte report a heavy fall ef snow in and around the Smoky CIty. Prof. Swallow, the well-known state geologist, is reported very sick at Helena. Patrick Heghes and family left for Duluth yesterday afternoon to be absent about a month. J. C. Wilson of the Nethart Herald, is at the Wooldridge bhtel and reportatimes good ia the coming Leadville. L Ileliman is visiting the two coming eiaes on business, Helena and Great Fhlls.-Meagher County News. Dan Carpenter, presidentof the Miners' Ueaen at Barker, came In from that live ly camp Sunday to see the sights. Prof. Mortsoa is now engaged on a new neap of the Belt mountains. It takes in the Smith river from the source to the mouth. Mr. Honsman, poetmaster at Missoula, is in trouble. lie is short In his accounts and has been arrested. lie Is to be ex amined...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 February 1891

I WASHIHGTOI MELAIGE Namber at Representatives Trying to Secure a Compromise on the Silver Question. EUEF FOR THE STOCKBRIDSE INDIANS. Secret and Beneficiary Socleties of North Dakota Oppused to House Bill NO. 65. hey Take Decided Measures Against its Passage-They Think It Ought to be Killed. WAsaEnoro0, Feb. IV.--There is e. arnest eliort being made on the par. m number of members of the house to sa - urse a compromise on thesilver quesuon. based primarily on larger purchase . slver. It is sought to have this comshi. mise measure adopted by a majority of the coinage committee at Its meeting to. morrow as a substitute for the senate un limited free coinage bill. The senate bill giving consent of the United States to the erection of a bridge across Portage Lake, between Houghton and Hancock, was passed by the senate today. A bill for the adjudicstion o" claim, arising from lnlieu depredations was taken up us "untinished business, and after a few ameidmiuta pasaed. Alter swuroll-calls...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 February 1891

Li fiehcvaoe ti Reserved for NATE WERTHEIM, CLOTHIER, PARK HOTEL BLOCK.. Watch for his Announcement. Watoh for his Announoement No. sass. YIlST NATIONAL BANE OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Caital, Sioooooo Paid-Up CapiWt, $150,,000. T. 3. I0LLINS..................... Prside. J. T. ABMINOTON..............Vie*.Presiden A. I. DICKIEMAN......................Cashies K. H. UATISSON................. Aest. Caihie DIREOTQ~a 5. A. 33053WA133. 5031.11 WPM. 1A515 013508. IRA 31335. OOM I AsleN. 3.0. 05OWUnb. J. 5T133*3100T. a.3.3(3165?~u. a. 3003W*L135. 1.0. NUNLIS. a sm1ees 5511111 51155es twYaSed. bhýdt,mpw0n ,on the prtnolpal points in the Promp ssta uiven to Poaioss. interest allowed on time deposits. C. I. Webster, Robt. Blaukeubaker 1. 1. ebster, CASEIrK. The Security Bank OF GREAT FALLS. (Ineorporated.) DIRECTORS: J. S. PILLsuaRt, H. O. Cuowax, RoBy. BLAIKENBAKUE W. A. WEmsTEr. A. W. KiNosonuR, C. DI. WEBS ER, SAxUEI. GRANT, E. CuuTernn, Active Accounts Solicited. INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOS...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 28 February 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. rOLUME VIII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 28, 1891. NUMBER 76 wrl lias ben comparedotoin aretane and vthel harves to d ortfrn Mthena, a well aey powet cano epec town an.a apovl n ae o I et.1 t ait ,a world run, peen uph c ipmre tole ie very, cIsthe sthing toda fr thoe tousrttwe E Xnistor whtote T t roAprTO y Ain i part.e ynotr epart toybe wi cn totuirnl appov is pietfursii. tofnd ien ill thte it n danir a w~inghourfldO raf town upeioni you coihen re~ terigobenie if tui'i avrant isc o oli uaaySu~ pring veroat is ndr r linies eine tpring in othing life- if w nr-at not donilytend witl mthat lie yopu for in ite uay that onerue ie Ieto ke af 1u llhn.Fn ore.h Risatindr yourar mayd be.rwksrand Vieutohillat tin largr ii. Nirthern wil ta' ii as.weltir ~lowes tteiniitii don po ne. w hr etrn iia of iitrreit 4 i ili'h ý in waiiy soit oilpnon lie sping fire in ept-e kan. Sekowwte ats.O core everetia ont oay that teKor Hti at r i .tit hie Ge. l int theril isad hes a...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 28 February 1891

HIS MEMORY DELOVEDI St. Louis Does Ho' or to the Memory of her Adopted Son SENERAL WILUAM TECUMSEH SHERMAN All That was Mortal of Him Received in a Manner Befitting His Career. The Business of the City Entirely Suspended and the Streets are Filled With Young and Old, Black and White. ST. Lorts. Feb. 21.-St. Louis today re ceiveri back to her care the remains of one of her adopted sons. No man was more beloved and respected; no man had a more brilliant career, achieved more Sur c s-, or was held in more esteem by the entire people of the United States than was this adopted son-iGen. William Terumtseh Sherman. All that was mortii of him was received by his former tellow citizus and soldler comrades in his old house in a manner becoming his career as a lin and a soldier. St Louts was not dressed in somber hued raiment; few buildings or public ediitir-s bure black crepe, but St. Louis bore her loss with as deep a feeling as if thise s% mbols were legion. Flags all over the city were at ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 28 February 1891

HE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. HfR "AURIOULT7URAL" COLIJOUB. The Helena Independent has taken remarkable position in regard to e looat on of the so-called agricul ral college. It claims that the her institutions need not be pro ided for now and that more time ould be taken to consider the ques on of their location, at the same me arguing that the "agricultural" leg., perhaps the most important them all, should be located in the k, as it were, without the least owledge on the part of the legisla of the scope of the institution or important con-iderations that uld govern in its location. In or words, according to the Inde ndent, we should wait two years fore determining the proper site r the deaf and dumb institute, but is institute of learning that may be ado to overshadow all others in the rthwest should be squatted down the Gallatin valley where they ise big pumpkins and brewer's bur y, without giving to the subject ore than a passing thought! There an apparent lick of consistency in e positio...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 28 February 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. PUU Pu DAILT AND WUILT IT THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CONYANY lasoaFoassAT.] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail sub.sriptions mast be paid in advance. 5sILT. I WIVELT. O,5 year asv uiI.$10.I0 0 to year. by mail. $300 Sia sssonthc, 100) S months. I 1.11 Onemssuth. 100 ihreemontta." 1.Q. On. wsee. by anrier.U ingle copy h 0 All city subscriberato Dailydelivered by srrier. Advertising rates furnis~hedl n sapplication. Ths:.-iresisstl of the Tribun He Is .thern Mosnts 1 is sn irnnteed to ezoved that of any p." per spuhli..heIl i. the tstne. nbtwrstbers desirinsg their address chanusd mout scud th ir former address; this shonud be rememnered. Address. Tut sa PalausNsss COMPANY, Greast balls. Msuntsana. SATURDAY. PEBitUAIIY 25. 1Itt AN OPERA IOUsK. There is a good deal of quiet and earnest talk about providing Great Falls with an opera house, and we hope the scheme will soon take defi niLe and practical ormn. The plan of erecting a one-story structure of sudliciest size to meet the w...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 28 February 1891

elIo!l hatis This? 3-1-'91 3-1-'91 ,~3-1-'91 3.1-'91 3-1-'91 3-1-'91 THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SPRAY OF THE FALLS. FRIDAY s DAILY. W. W. Humphrey of Barker is at the *lrk. J. J. Donovan returned from Helena jeaterday. E. Ringwald returned from Last Chance 0sterday. Smoke "'eal of Chicago."-Calkins & *eatherly. Y, Thomrts Gahagan returned yesterday bom Helena. UCurt Stenographer Bishop went to benton yesterday. Hon. T. E. Collins came back from the boaporary capital yesterday. "Seal of Chicago," Serdenberg's finest blear Havanas.-Frank Ervin. S. A. Smart, genera iagirage agent, pissed through yesterday for Helena. Sol. Yates is quite sick again with a bad sore throat and touch of neuralgia. SAFrs FOR SALIc.-Inquire of the Good. rich Lumber company. Telephone 14. For choice meats and poultry go to the Chicago market. Httbert, L .oyd & Co. Latest styles in Dunlap's celebrated hats at A. Nathan's. 222 Central avenue The Scandinavian society of Great Falls gave a basket party last even...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 28 February 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SPSAT Of TEE FALLES UATUIUDAY'5 DAlIl. D. L. Tracy went to Helena yesterday. Percy Clark of Choteau is at the Park hotel. Dr. Reed as out again after a few days' illness. Look out for Joe Conrad's change of ad tomorrow. Julius Miller left yesterday for La t'rnsse, Wig. A. H. Nelson, the Helena attorney, re turned to that city yesterday. Ole Olson was fined $5 and costs yes terday for ereating a disturbance. F. E. Gage of W. B. Raleigh & Co. left for a business trip to doston yesterday. Yesterday was payday for the Great Northern at this point, and the boys were all happy. Steven B. Rulegh made final proof on his pre-emption before the district clerk yesterday. E. L. Williams, general book agent, has books for his patrous at the Cascade hotel. Please call. Samuel Quail retui ned from Helena yesterday, and says he perfers Great Vales of the two places. There was a large attendance at the dance of the Great FAlls Social club id Arlou hall last evening. J. C. She...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 28 February 1891

AT NORTHERN EXTEHSIOH, lnteret5ngn letter From our Fel low cltisen, Mr. J. J. Kennedy. Truthful Description of the Magnificent Country North of us. Flathead Region and its Great Poesibilities-J. J. Hill and Staff Compilmented. CUT BANK Ititvi, Feb. 16, 1891. IrOR OV TuE TRasUNL:-You re ted me to give you some items In re to the country through which the Ao extension of the Great North railroad passes. I have over all this country and ugh the great Flathead valley before we dreamed of the iron climbIng the backbone of our try. I will attempt to comply with request, though language is inade to express its future p 'saibliaties. Is line leaves the road at Havre, a males east of Assinnabolne, runs west a Flathead, a distance of 278 miles, log well up on the rolling highlands sen the Marine and Milk rivers, and lei with them. The track is finished t Bank river, a distance of 100 miles the junction, and where the first trestle will be built. th Milk and Marina rivers rise in the range and...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 28 February 1891

SPRING CLOTHING I - We take pleasure in announcing, to the public that we are now showing the Latest Noveltiks in Spring Overcoatinps; also receiv some very choice patterns in Spring Suitings and Pantaloons. Respectfully, PARK HOTEL BLOCK. Great Falls. Montana. NO. salts. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital $Siooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital. $250,000. OPPIDER.: 1. 3. COLLINS........................President 5. T. ARMINOTON..............Vie.iPresiaent A. 3. DIl'KERMAN......................Cashier E. H. MATTESON.................Amst. Cashier DIREOTORS: & A. UROADWATEL JOHN LWPLZT. PAAIs 01w5N. IRA ITIRS. fOrAT VAUGrN. 1. O. CHOWEN. a. SThW AT TOO, J. A. NCKNIGHT. 1. POiJWALTILI. L. 0. PHELPS. & General banking hasnees transactsd. E mnhsnat. drawn on the principal points in the a. anti Europe. Prompt attention given to ot:lections. Interest allowed on time deposits. C. I. Webster, Robt. Blankenbaker PaBeIDENT. VICE Pisa. W. A. Webster, i8 Security Bank OF GREAT FAL...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 7 March 1891

UME VIII. * GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1891. * NUM BEL 77 iti R pJL ¶ e vbiýmfr orld ias been compared ton stage, and inly have to dress for the parts we niay An actor whoa I not properly attired flr cananot expect to win popular approval. retty sure to ind out that h a in makaln a manmuerade of the pertfrmamce.an l lane . iimsel to blame If tia' anrtamn is dtly rant down upon i n. It in veur the came thing in real lift if yrour allr, consiatent with tire talt you ,la' in it pertnrmanae ia ilikaly t lhm a aailhlre. aryour part may la. w-' can suitabily at. afor I. and you will be in no d.a.gar . f thecurtain rang uown lumyn yon whpe wearing one of mour elgalnt uml..k or n ('utway ult.mtea Spring (ivmreml nalnd o oar aelylsh llahoa, etc., etc. in in Spring Clothing are naw ar. daily and wil[l oom INeuAlu fmr irmAlK.m We know we arm n-mt examacaratilm imllen that aur atmck of (mlothiing. Finm Furnilh. a. latest nvmelliea in Hlat and (I el. and Slhoes and Tnrnk Hand Valis...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 7 March 1891

CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS Blair of New Hampshire Nominated as Envoy Extraordinary and Min.. iater Plentpotentiary to China. EXHAUSTIVE REPORT ON INDIAN AFFAIRS A New Bill Agreed Upon That Will Entirely Change the General Land Systen, of the Government. " An Important Measure That Bears Particularly to the lorth western States. WAsuxorTos, Feb. 27.-The president today sent the following nomination to the senate: Henry W. Blair of New Hampshire,. envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary to China. The resolution heretofore offered in the senate by Manderson, instructing the committee on Indian aifairs to inquire into the condition of the Indian tribes in North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana and elsewhere, and whether the care and control of the Indians living in tribal re lations should be transferred from the in terior department to any other depart ment of the government, was taken up and agreed to. The conference on the bill to repeal the timber culture law and amnendatory of...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 7 March 1891

E WEEKLY TRIBUNE, OUR PUBI.CU 8aHOOLB. e trust that the people of Great is will not forget the eleotion h 7th for bonds for the purpose building a sohool-bonee on the th aide. Every voter should bear ind the crying need of additional col facilities. The present so modations are wholly inade e Many pupils have been de admission, and as spring opens the tide of elmigration sets in, rooms and additional teachers be required to provide for |the of these new comers.: The ag term opens in about one month it is earnestly hoped that suf t help will be. employed to allow superintendent to give more time _e work of the offioe. t is certainly to the best interests is city that we make our schools ad to none in the state .This can y be dne by the individual in -st of every citizen and tax payer town. What is everyone's business po ones business. Let there be possiblity of this election being -eated. NTERHI, PAn~T ANI) PIXSRI',NT. "cordino to recent dispatches from Old World it is apparent that ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 7 March 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. mPUU B DA1L AND WaELT 3? THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. [IsoOarorATID.] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail sulnr,0iptione muot be paid in advanoe. One y.ar Iy .~;Il,$10.00 One yeasr. by IuYb . mi .I a ix Iiolh. " 0 ix muiths. " !il -)lm nhlltllh, * I 0U 'lhriemontI s; 1."II OLiN wi k, hiIy oarrier.Z Single onpy, . All city subcnriberto Daily delivered by orrier. Alvertising mite furnhishld in applicatlin. Ti i.ir.,.,Ition of the 'I'rihbnle in %orthrnl M IIt. iun ~ raunt ed to exceed that of anly p. l.,r I*l ulis,+ " itn the elate. Stu ia*i. ,n..r. de.niri U thelPlr ellrese changeil Imlnl Ptb ir firmner ardr.+ri; hin t.hul iN.n AIl 1nr.: rnIn tn PLe nIIIHGtiI COMPANY, tI:I DAY. MAItCH t. le91. 1 ho ."te wasted mII' lclv'aluhII] timi' ,n .hMonday dinstsintg the h1ill1 Itlcatitlg t he ugriculllural cull ge at Il,zelllian and the state university at 1s.oliila. After givinlg to them coil .idteration for the whole of an after noonl, InIit| eveninig session, the ctom nli'tee rlp...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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