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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 12 April 1890

,r . , ..* .I. j ... ;. - ,, . ,, 'i : " "" " . ' :I ' " he Semi-Weey Tribune. O0L.UME V.I.-- MT hR 128. (IREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATUI DAY, APRIL 12, 1890. 1I'lI('E lFIVE CENTS. 01 Cm BRe the e- d She tre wit bro Ma ore wa t ofeei e r l o be aft Sder ha ae en she his Hte CaoN BE DONEthe-s s ?h ,e ahn He hes too many goods on hak d he d although the ay have been ken down below. oost, they R nt Bell. People ooming into the . to buy, look at what he offers hs go out without buying Wheat tthe reason? Simply this- hies d on hare tever-oohangldng fafashioned Heis e of a numeroust lass of meras are ante who don't keep up with the i eish," durae sticble to the old aos- ito nee same tyles that he has parteen d to selling many years back soo artdoesn't approve of the newontry. es in style and pattern, but th ants his customers to indorse his bs on. by buying the wstyles heMen iho they ought to wear. on Now he finds oadvt his mistake, he ir efound outo come and goetly nd sad me perhce that in o...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 12 April 1890

OUT.R .A.N"NOT.NCEEN ' I'T I We wish to say to the people of -Great Falls and vicinity that our New Spring Stook is now in and comprises the Latest Novelties in Suitings, such as Black and Blue Flannels, Gray, Blue and black Serges, A1D THE LATMET OF ALL, THE Black Striped Serges in both Sack and Frock Suits---Our Fancy Suitings are from the Finest Eastern Tailors And are equal to CUSTOM WORK. In FURNISHING GOODS we are showing the largest and finest line of SILK and NEGLIGEE SHIRTS to be found in the country. We will keep continually adding to our stock and by so doing will lways have new and fresh goods. REMEuBER WE ARE THE LEADERS IN STYLES. Stone Block, Central Avenue, - - - - - - - - - Great Falls, Mont. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE ,oIlsIN -,LI ANr D e'amB-WZua THE TBIBUNE PUBLISHING CORANU. flNraoosOl.mD] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. aill subealrptions must be paid in advance. nomouth t " 1 rmonb . " 1.t0 (eeek, 0y carrier. 2 single eopyi .... 6 I olity subscribers to Dailydelivered by carrier...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 12 April 1890

STATE STEALERS IN PIlLh ' The Three Thugs That Strangled the Yount State Ar raigned. Powerful Speech by Turple of Indi ana as Telegraphed to the Butte Miner. The Hooele' Senator Hope the Floor I Witl th tp State Stealrs-41aders Uneasy' at the Slorehing Attaek. 'Wlaietrro, April 9.-This wua one of the greatest days In the Montana de bate. The Justice of thbir cause and the, righteous indigastion they feel seems to call out the highest eforts of the demo crati senators. Eachspeech seemed to surpass its predecessor, though none are on like lines. The republicans are annoyed, uneasy and restive and wish to close or avbld the damaging debate. The leading republicans ate dissatisfed with Spooner's defense. It is openly pro nounced a fallore The democrats pro poseto continue the exposure. To day Senator Pugh concluded his great legal I argument. Not as oratoricl s the other speakers, his law and logic were !Lke a woven chain. All speak highly of the effort. TURPIRa' ATTACK. He wea followed...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 12 April 1890

This Space is Reserved for A. NATHAN, The One-Price Clothier. A SIRONC TICKE INAMEt, The Greal F.Ills Democracy Meet and N ,,oniate Five Alder mlell. Jensen. herIIoev. Wildekopft Clark and Trigg Are the Popular Choice For Aldermen. A.i Active and Efficient City Demo eratic Committee Chosen-Many Democratic Veterans Present. Charles Wegner presided over the democratic city convention which was held Wednelday evening. Walter M. O'Dwyer was secretary. The chairman opened the proceedings bneefly. Mr. Cockrill then said: There seems to be a strong sentiment in favor of en doreing for mayor Arthur E. Dickerman, who is a young man that has the inter ests of the city at heart. I don't believe we could improve on him. There is much reluctance to get the mayoralty in to a hitter fight, especially as Mr. Dicker. man has all the qualifications for a good mayor. The town I come from is strong ly democratic. but at times the democrats support republican candidates. The re publicans in turn vote fo...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 16 April 1890

ýý tp " ý1 i P i Rt e , he Semi- eekly Tribune. VQZ., .I.--.YL- 126. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ........ ... ... .~~~~~ "1- . . . .... .". . . .. .... . . . Io Aglot In OMItuilt ili Klox Hit, man A LITTLE 'IWAVER Glieiel G lowll Gloves ov.ell How nan you is* *lia a pair that is light, soft and at the same time deairablet We:.v slvd the problem. We lhaver only jst reeived an invoice of what I oouidered the asm. of perfection in a driving glove. They are made from seal pup skins, by a California fa..ry,.wLho mke .a specialty of tsunndzopg4 mak aO thes. skins.ank e e,. s. P" r lite bey'at hb h atsglo for the purpose ever ga s on market. Weie sole spute foý them haiiuV a n' t !'alle. .uIn, and look at them, they are beautles and no mistake. Our Ipok, of One Sheavy ~gloe asmittis w a the lead. Our dogelkin, heavry gloves for workingmen, are the strongest and most satisafatory goods in the market. Also a oinolets line o iuck, in plymoth and oil-tap....

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 16 April 1890

GHEAT FALLS TRIBUNE "UBUBEI0' "UL? AND nMG-WU0Lr THt TRIBUIE PUBLISHING COMPANT. rfxooloaoa.u] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mall u.boliptions most be piLd n advance. neyear, by mall,{10.00 (mssyear br ,lIl,5p is months, 6.00 Biz motl 1.00 On month 1.0 T month' I ne week, oy oarOr, O ale Dopy....... A .l oiy lbOcribns to DaIly delivmad bl c~rrl. Adrtn ata tef rnrei an t appioutln. The clroalaton of the Tu.iene in noth.n_ ,arIena s iMateedto exceedthat of mn pa pr Voblieahrd in the termtor .,anoerse. desri.n their ddre ohed must send their forma rdt this ah be rAmembered. tddrese: TIceonU PU.IeMOi CouAm. .rest It1L. Montana. NO. 8848. P1IST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized CaPital, $S,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Oapital, 1I00,000. OFFIOF I 1 . UoLLIns, . . . President L G. PosLre . . Vioe-President h E DIzoUX N, . . . Cashier U L. TaCYC . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: C. A. B0.ADWAT·B, MARTIN MAGINNIS, CAatS OIION. IRA MYIU . 0OBERT VAUGHN, .L O. OHOWO , r. ARMINOTON, JOHN LEPLLE. Siesmm sbtb bon ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 16 April 1890

hrulant Harsen las ir1aally Aa anaeed tlhat He Ia a saGdltid ftr e-oleetoln. If Nealatd, Tresaau r astern, His Splkdemanu, ay's I s e asi lly Carry Tldiana. A. iet ts ittDdIlfts Regard. So Itl noldehaty Nltw YTo , April 15.-The Sun's Waesingtonm pOcal says President Har erion has formall announced that he will be a candidate for renomination in 181t. His spokesman is the Hon. J. N. Haston, Itneaurer of the United States atd chairman of the Republican state central eomndttd, of Indlanapolis.. Mr. Husteo declares that Indiana will go Republicn In 1552, and she will go for en Harrison. This aaounnoement Is taken to be very nigl4aet and official In all respects. USTTLER8 GET THE LAND. *aether RelIea by seretary Noble "°'a '-fga 1dsmdtsep .ades. WAMMr , AprilI.-Secretary No ble hagrid. sd' n elborate and ex haSilti decision n the ease of the NorIfbhAPacl o l a it Mathew Rob ecaswho claimeod hoenstead rihtes in seotion 8, township 8, range 2 of the Hdels (.RtL) district. The cae n vrlved ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 16 April 1890

This Space is Reserved for . A. NATHAN, The One-Price Clothier. ---OF- GREAT FALLS, MONT. (Inrorormted under the laws of Montan. April 5, lae.) S. E. ATKINSON, President WILL HANKS, - YloIaPresldsnt F. P. ATKINSON, - Cashier DIRECTORS : S. E. ATaINson, JACOB SwrrIan, PaTEa LARSON, WILL HANES, JOHN J. ELLIS, F. P. ATrINSON, A Btural Banklng unsess Transected, loterest allowed on time deposits. LOTS IN West Grat lls Are lo in the Iurket. PATREN TE LAND. See DR. CRUTCHBR, or addro Great Falls Real Estate Exchange GREAT FALLS, MONT. A PUBLIC-SPIRITBD O1FUrR. A Bid for a Big Bulidaag-A guarter Million Dollars Offered in Insuraoae, Mr. James Haven left for New York this aftternoon after a visit during which he did considerable business and pre pared plans for large trapsactions. Mr. Haven is convinced that the Equi table Insurance company, one of the greatest corporations In the world, may erect a large building here on receiving due encouragement. Accordingly he has consulted leading cit...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 19 April 1890

, ... ::'· /, ,.' , ,: ; . '. . ... : iie , , ·· .· . ..• "L . .. s ý,Its M The Semi Weekly Tribune. VI.- 1 129. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS. IWI Lu Ph Or Loi it am all _ldr~a.sd irtg, l ties Io eone fo ,ight msppos.- at b~u ta . loele Il 1h Hoi sn dos oet gloeps tcas a eth i e.oato i :cnd date h. ici imedalti6Beo WLo.hl lokM thu pea·cloes tbeniomg n the. soap asi might b pno sd at,` fe l , g b bot iteadnde tod b mW-o.d am ato cm U patican ofsa d ov es 041 we Glovesi G Iovesli A Gloical Qioleall How an you ge gloves, a plz ' thplate s lght, esa rom d ato theosom thimeddzblot We have solvd the por biem W e have onle tyoIg ts mart, P i i bacme o pcoft spenalty of tanning end making up ah, "shis tie h we i et paEerine wrrho as loowed At oand r rono byoncd doubt, the beeut glove forhe them awr in t . ,reat V& DrrQjp4 an lno mitak. Our sitoc- ofA W dt a stor glo ves i n ow iorm- , plate atinest ta i p ae, d$Lto lt iln ihadaiil, oliivie mate bw ik ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 19 April 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE posLunr r5 L AND NIM-wgm'L TilE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CO.IPAN. (INrrooRans] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subscriptions maet be paid in advance. ne,, b mal,$10.0 O yno' bymU,.0 is mos"he 5.00 bIe monthe, 10 e month' 1. Three montm" 0 e week.carrier, Singleop, ...... All it bscribb to Daily delivered by arrir Advertisin ra tes tOnr nihed on applloation. The olrculstion of the ''ribune in ortitem M.ntan i. guaranteed to, .noeedthat of e pa urtphblished in the territuo "oam.rers dsirnKl their addr.s ohsnged at se.d their ormer addre; this huldbe =smmbered. AddreRs M TaNF,Ina POsLIANIe OOrAN, Gt4 nt Falls, ,, . .tln. . a NO. 8I26.. FIRSIT NATIONAL BAND OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $S,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00000. OFFIOERS T E. CLLINN, . . . President L. r. PHELPS . . Vice-President A E DtEERMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRec, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: C. A. BROAUWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARI RI DABON. IRA MYERS. 1ODERT VAUGHN, H. O. CROWNS, . T. ARMINOTON, JOHN LEP...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 19 April 1890

IB S 81 ,0B Bebellioes Slouax inder Big Iroot Be 15ue to Vaute ,ite Be. eriation, I' oep sent After the toettnlee ,ta the. SntUre muad Bur. 4 Aa r Odta t ll a nap p~thg S plWQatbreakt Among te C ayenmes. 1R> ia, S. . Aptril 1.-A rucnner has arived b.e froi m OLe. nae, about aev. e.y attla eWait of bae on the reeerva tis ouncing the ft othata. band of adls had got on the warpath and I we giving the agent at that place con. de.rable dim ltl . It lear that a bad chief, fg 1 Pot, with a band o about t others, deous dither to take up 1 .o to vacate for r ettlere. The agent ritdested him to do one or the other and I c 'ot commenced to make trouble. 1 Trop t re sent for to Fort Meade. Two par.tes of infantry and three f rt were dis hed to the aeue MRoeaded in eor the iand are awaita oarra . tot th e In. the T.h.prtend Cheeasne be wt wil be ved froment the reer4n Big Foat ree wh cate itulate and aeioas tr. e l fy apo et a.hw ed. ;t :QgNý RUQER'8. ORO %S. 3e er ttveeeae Awefeeate i. ee ns...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 19 April 1890

This Space is Reserved for A. NATHAN, The One-Price Clothier. CASCAIo, BANK -OF GREAT FALLS, MONT. (I1serpnlteunder the laur of Montana April t, 1859.J S. E. ATKI.SON, - President WILL HAIKS, - VPlce-President F. P. ATKIIISO, - Cashier DIRECTORS : S. E. A.armsos , JAcoB SwrrITn, P.rER LAnR.ON, WILL HAnnK, JOH. J. ELLIe, F. P. ATKnINON, A entral Banking Buslines Transated. Interest allowed on time deposits. LOTS IN West Great Falls Are Now In the larket. PA.TNT'D LAND. See DR. CRUTCHER, or addessa Great Falls Real Estate Exchange GREAT FALLS, MONT. IEALTY AND BUILDING. James Barnes. Jr., Bulldlng a aSpacious House. Contractors White & Latta have com menced building a modern cottage for James Barnes, Jr., in Black Eagle Falls addition. The house will contain nine rooms besides closets, bath room and pan. try, and will cost nearly $4,000. White & Latta are building a five-room house on Fifth avenue North for Lieut. Anderson of Fort Assinnabolne. John Glass Is superintendent of ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 23 April 1890

The emi-Weekly Tribune. VOLUME VI.--IUMBE, 132. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Sigel ppme, W F0 feirts belieb [This eut does not represent one of the recent democratic didates for might suppose. at a fiat glanoe, but l is intonded to show the dangerous oec cupation of a diver at sea. Gloyed! GIoyeg!! Gloves! Gloveall How ean you get, gloves, a 'pair that is light, soft and at the same time desirablet We have solved the problem. We have only just received an invoice of what is eonsidered the some of perfection in a driving glove hsey are made from seal pap skins, by a California factory, who make s speialtr of tanning and making up these shine into fne gloves. Banh air is warranted to wear and At and re, beyond doubt, the beet glove for he purpose ever placed on the aarke. We are sole agents -or them hee in Great Falls. Drop in and look at them, they are beautiee and no mistake.a Our stook of fine tids sand castor gloves is now com plte at all pric...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 23 April 1890

VII L M.VU·-WE~tLY ThII1 tfl t: WJMDitkSI AV, Apttit 0$, 1990, ..._ GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE eo ussier ILn AoD Sam.1-wLaTr THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHIQ COMPAlY. IIoonro.nePoN SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mat lnbscriptions meet be paid in adMvane. inemt by mail,$10.a0 Oneyeare b mail, 00 ix mosib. 1.0 Tlee santlhs, 1:50 e month emots" i. te week, ycarrier, ~ Binglecopr....... 6 Alloity subacribers to Dalldelivered by carrier Advertietln ratee fsrnished on applieation. The oirclation of the Tribune in northern M',tano is guaranteed tr, eceedthat ofl La p per published in the temtonT eaneorlor. desiring their address ehalred most send their former addrea; this should be emembered. Addee4l: TIUstoe PoDnLSsmno ComnaNr, NO. 6al6.. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authiorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. 1'xa1 Up Capital. $I00,000 OFFICERS: T E. LLINx, . . . President L. (i i HELPs . . Vice-President A E DIDKERMAN, . . . Cashier D L T.cy, . . . Aes't Cashier DIRECTORS: c. O BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS. PARIS GIBSON...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 23 April 1890

WILLAiLL CBRBRAT . Paa.Amerleasa Will Take a Hland I the Qualrleoteoalal of o lumbsu' Landing. The Iaternatioeal Conterenes A& journed Blue Die--Delegate on a Southern Tour. lgent'B Utýl}t ht e i hvery ran rLrotsbi y ielportel eliaeaat A rsiu. WAaaumnvox, April A.-The interns. *o Amerioan conuference at 1 m. adjourned ine die. Prior to adjourn. meat. the delegation from Chili offered a nreolution which wua addpted; that to commemorate this conference the con. tries repreesented soclate themselves with the United States in calebrating the t00th anniversary of the discovery of America by Columbus. Resolutions thanking the various oi cer of the conference were also adopted. Secretary Blaine delivered a closing speech, which was delivered with much feellng, and was received with great on. thuslastn and cheers. The delegates then took their depart ure. About forty of them expect to go ontheir louthern trip, leaving eahing. ton at 11 p. m. TWO THOUSAND OF THEM. Blout's Peoetee Busldit...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 23 April 1890

This Space is Reserved for A. NATHAN, The One-Price Clothier. THE- CASCADE BANK -oF GREAT FALLS, MONT. lnceorpe rarl noder the laws of Montana April 5. 1885.J S. E, ATKINSON, - President WILL HAIIKS, - Vice-President F. P. ATKINISON, - Cashier DIRECTORS : S. E. ATKINSON, JACOB SwITZER, PETHR LIARSON, WiL. HANKS, JoaN J. Ell.is, F. P. ATKINSONe A General Banking Business Transacted. Interest allowed on time deposits. LOTS IN West rea Falls Are Now In the larket. PATENTED ..N D. See DIR. CRUTCHER, or addres Great Falls Real Estate Exchange GREAT FALLS, MONT. SPRAY OF THE FALLS. (From Satarday's Daily.) A. M. Sloan, trustee of school No. 8, Cottonwood, Montana, advertises tor teacher to commence school May 8. T. A. Jones, of the new jewelry store, has formed a partnership in the auction business with J. P. Dyas, and the new firm is doing a rushing business. Governor Toole has gone to Washing ton and will soon be wedded to the ac complished daughter of Gen. Rosencrans. During his absenc...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 26 April 1890

The Semi- Weekly Tribune. VOLUME VI.-.MBE. 185. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SA.TURDAY, APRIL 26, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS. hip* miei Shirls, aes' W19t, Boys' Suits. Everything in the shape of Boys' Waists Low in stock An elegant line of saile heviot, e ateen, and Fine Flannels for the "kids." Glovesl Gloves!! Glovasl Glovesll How ean you get gloves, a pair that is light, soft and at the same time desirable? We have solved the problem. We have only just received an invoioe of what is considered the aeme of perfedtion in driving glove. hey are made from sel pup skins, by a OCalfornia factory, who make a specialt of tanning and making up these skins into fine gloves. Each pair is warranted to wear and it and re, beyond doubt, the be.tglove for he purpoe ever placed on the maPket We, aresole pgents for and look at hem, they are beauties and no pistake. Our stook of fine kids and eastor glovee is now oom plete at all prices from O1.00 to .S50. In heavy gloves and mitte we take the lead. Our dogk...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 26 April 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PUrLISEr 4'ALI rND smI.wmELRT TdE TRIBUNE PUBLIBHIN. COIPANI. (enoonaonrAsD] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail sbloserptlon must be paid in admane. srew byr mail, $i One year by en, p. ix mont, SA .'Slizmonr.l 1 ,w O month rrlIThree mont{" , eL week,oyearrier, ingle cop,...... All oity ubscribers to Daily delivered by carrier dertisine alee furnished on appltoation. ler oenatlon of the Tribune in nlether Mttnssa is gnnrautrnl t, .xeeed that of y pa -ary bllbred in the terrrnut nnae.noers deesirin their adres ehanged maut send their former addres; this bhoeld he remembered. Addles: TRIBtNs PoBLInssen COMrAIu , 'heat Pallm, Mi.ntaea. NO. 8626.. FIST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $5,ooo,ooo Pai i-Up (lapital, $I00,000. OFFIOERB': T E. COLLLN, .. . President L. G. P rLP . . Vice-President A E DleKE6tAN, . . . Canhie D L. TRACr, . . . Ass't Cashie, DIREOTORe: C. A. BRUADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNI, PARIS GIBeSN. InA MYERS. OBEBrT VAUGHN, H. o. OHOWEN, J T ARMINOT...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 26 April 1890

ØØW~TI· i ttp~~s Ag tnI41AI Aff~t. L , iADOd Coatalel In the Report ef the North Daketa Lottery Ianvatiatlng Commlttae. Fort Plerreltes Throwlng Out Rig Bait for the South Dakota Capital. Dos""rh an, !'atal. Batt f etwot -Northwdet. Sr. PtL, AprllSI.-The Globe's Bl. arpok, ..pylal says that the sen 0ate0 irt/ 4n c $ouelatniwith .eargs eleotn i. l tOited 8tes estmats and the psage the Loulisna lottery bill, bas made asonsatlonal port involving several public men a ndthe Manitoba railroad. Candidate Johnson testifed that he was offered 80,000 to withdraw. Testimony who given to the effect that seeerol thembert of the legislature re ceived from ulii to ,2t00 each to vote for the lottery bill. The report covers o00 printed page but makes no recom mendatioaom FIsBIN.t FOR THE CAPITAL. orets PImtwelte Throwlng Oat ie laslt it tas .kew. of landes tar PUbie BaUid FonT Pnnen, 8. D., April l.--It has jut coma to light that a stupendous scheme bis foot to secure the capital of toeth Dakota Iad...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 26 April 1890

This Space is deserved for A. NATHAN, The One-Price Clothier. BUFFALO TO GZAT FAILS. monl P. P. .Shelby speaks of the GMeeu Northern Rute nts Freight. Col. P. I'. Shelby is being received in town with the old-time rerard which is felt for the first general manager of the Montana Central and the organizer of the extensive business It has enjoyed since he took hold of it. Col. Shelby, who Is now assistant traffi manager of the Great Northern system, was asked by a TiraIaN reporter if business was still improving. "It is," he replied, "the traffic over the Great Northern line with all Montana points shows a gratifying increase. It is more than double what it was a year ago with Great Falls." "What facilities will the Northern steamship line afford our merchants? I understand that navigation is now open." "Yes, navigation ii now open. The steamers of the Northern steamship line leave Buffalo dally. The time from But faltoSunperior is about three days, or from New York about six qays. Th...

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