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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 23 May 1891

EETING OF THE CLANS, vrefil Enrnwrer Alliamners ..llect in Solnn ('onlave at ('inacinna!il. RNIN6 QUESTION OF THE HOUR. i Thirl lolilial lParty he "rmn,? lhlllionnlly Naiys Il',N, llgh Aa lliiy. innr il l h l i .. I'lilln l -. t)'~ . (,liiq II l '·il "l'hl l )1. 1 11 .l Iiii l rll .. el l'l l ill l' Ih ll' .1'. l' OI'I.IIN LTI IIII.N.N'ili .,. -£ .tl ....hii att b llh l n..i 0 , tI r l ' (15 ri n 1) onell ofilll ll Tail . 1lI (.1N 'l I, a11Hy If. ha.itv. iI Il ti h gcll v lltI Illt il t'llil·ll :1)t Il.l . twlay, ii) wiali.i ill ii f1 hi,.ii hiihl aily Ameii, n'i nll .iliz,'n migi ht hi' pr tll+l,. I ift+,+.i hliih..Ire irepro, ;tiv,. or thl, |ioli, ailll '.iim V,' , the' - n._i lntlir,'l alilk, t'rall fiirlm unl, .L 'I'h, talh il lll s I . 1na · in l' l .ilr ll th , _._--._.' wiitl'h ii,'k i th IIt h lll mIii nt IIh I Ih , -. olnd, I ,,...ln Ion01l',, Il n,,ni, i li IfI,.d gir._.v,,hi ', h in u gifi ceii nthi ,hl~iilpJin inl a to__ ithir out., liry. Th,'} .;i1 I,, i'ter in r,,vl rn...

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. — 23 May 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATTRDAY. MAY 28. 181. FREE ('tIN.AGE 1'LATFOR.M. Mr. 'Trhomns if. Carter professes to ht litre that io nan can he elected pres ident upon a free coilnage platform, there fore he thinks the rtepublicans of the state will riot make it a direct issue in the, rtuxt camipaign. The gentleman thus explressed hirmself in his recent iSt. Paul interview. Mr. Carter imay speak by the ,aird in thlise milatters. but the 't'a IIINE eu..s leave to Itifrfer with the gentleman. \hile it does not pretend to m.apout the rcpilictan national or state platformi for the, .ensuing presidential catnpaign it tredicts that the repubIli.ann will have ai plank in eacth faviring tree colinage. They darte not go biefore the lpiople of the west with a htltfform which ientirely ,ri4s the existence of the silvecr iutes tiin. An.d why shourl they? T'heir or .iails illll stumllllp speakers in the west ern states have i .ontetlded rand do still ,inrtrul that the rlpuuliien party is the friend of si...

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. — 23 May 1891

TUATION AT SCOTTDALE rI' and Striker Leadern Each rking for Iifferent Ends lMinerl l tnftering for Food. EN GOING IN BY CAR LOADS. alini ll ( ovrllnIIent Iiliour g11 li 11,E I fliniration - Mriner* 3 111e Not Ieaive tlhe tere-siu g I juestinn for Ile verI'll 1111nent to lwivlde Coll E ht I". .T1)1\ AT %ot'TI I. % Il... tIb i tliic I ' i. . an I llol;-lrl't ntinekiing tlhe most I -etirut int. I -torti trike,while the ihtr itleIdes oni till other hall have hol l.lalllIg tihe un an -y they are practicallry Vlnu'in'ou in their deeill to lontinue out. the Irick Dbp~ri~Vl'l.l, llll~lll...li IR s (tlrltdtildl ' I 1't 1lur. cona1n ih matrtin the lied YounIl,"t'n, t wke i, Valllet- till at Lant- \ lit frw n l n1," till' e, 1 \i\w in -1:'il t, h . i h lt llo r I ,lr : 1 t1 i a en h t n i] i lll i tr1 'ng into the reI ll ,l i l et l 1111' ll"l;J it i ll U tfill i. the ir, n 1.:ll e the rlil s uti ]tit , Iu. r. 'Th."\ ,IIN 1ulfA rii. frnrthI' lr l yof lit -,ll. Ia. I, llI,'r 1 , Villn ." ri l'i...

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. — 23 May 1891

STRICTLY ONE-PRICE. There are .ome men in our town Not so with Nate; he'll advertise Who think they're wondrous wise; And keep his business brisk They croak andt growl and cry "hard times," Invest his cash for big returns Anld ).cyet won't advcrtisc; A T E At minimum of risk; And, wh they s teriffnear, N A T E W E R T H E IM Will sell his goods at lowest price; With all their might and main Deal squarely with all men The jum l> upon their creditors THE RHYMING CLOTHIER. And make them feel quite satisfied And yell "hard times again To trade with him again ane and againe Agen and agen Anrid ell "hard times" agane. To trade with him agen. PARK HOTEL BLOCK. GREAT HEAVYWEIGHT BATTLE ,( 'ntinuidi from First Pa'e.) aih. which was the 'oly i good bloIw dt'liv irpdl in the roulnd. Twenty SNventh HIli munl I'rne tt land '.1 a .igesn'l right on Juaks, on' jai and rie ,,iv.ed two friom .Jackson eiIn his own tTwenty El'ighth I 'uund lIth iien here very wary. .Jac(kson still led for (',Irbl'tt...

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. — 30 May 1891

L RLY TRIBUN E. lis Ilint t ; 'MONTANA, ,ATURI).1Y, MAY :30, 1891. NL'MBER 90 LLS TO LETHBRIDGE, ihne.rs of it |'tlarty of beaintr . from Thio l(ity to thei ;IenI -f AlberIta. OOM 4I oudo,ubltdly Take Plac( at H NATHAN'S CIAL SALE ON Sy, June 1st, '91, . w.ill ofller to t1, Ipopl, a lino "t £at our usual, or ratheir u .iia. leies. E1ver)oe knw. that wi adl vrtise, and w gualittlie Ag$ re is Iot at silngle lon of th," lines that is nit worth nearly doull,. p,,;]y price. 1V, call spl ial att,., ýo~i to t h elegant Iblk Santeen 'hilhi t ve oier for 1. Ts hi o q ilty has nevr t .een sold in ( l,.at PI1.s tat hess than ='"'. °'tla the bteautirnl I t u eX~lilsih" silk l4d ihirts we offer at $t. '1hy r, ey worth $i autnd have never iivin usol 'or am An investigation will prove i .ineanse d1ecolemoainy ,to you. l.nk at tlt'se pricsot 1 Oe lti tf (; inghllu. HPersuIh kr and .l- to Shirts at :'.: worthi -. SOne ti. tof triped Ch.iot , 1ad I'lul Snelett_ hirti i t i.).; t i ,wor th 1. One lot ...

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. — 30 May 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. 84ATI;ISDAY. MAY t0. 1a91. .t' . "i.\'D I I" t'J ·t ' asj. '. ;. lturini t h,. i . arl laty of.r MIttlta a. ibt flrlti church'.h a. Ill, I..l hoturt, ali t In la nl, t S' l tll;it Iht ' l altitw t; ta hitll fulla har, l l r t w.h I i ,,tll ,top to list,,n to the 'ry '? a it ha 'l al al all': uiht s to i latl a i u r o ' i k. la i at.4 't at: k nilata alatt n· " ýý"r." nýý iti' e r aai'' 'i'l: t of tIt t . il llil ' . " l t ml ia titnL h: n ta l:l r atita :I.I ,+l\ .i. lo iIo ,+ : \\ Ji: lll 11 hllll l tlillC n t lt 'r th a ai th, , il, a th: a 'ht'l un, ,, las r , r,+ ' i S- m uch , 1, lt . I. a , i ai tIi 1' atl lia.tIt l l ' , t . i :, I. i t . ti t ',' tatll i :l l . t a 'i : 't',, ' ,'a' t I' al t ill .l tl itt1 " , lii .11 1 t,, I lsi n,'+"-, i , II ' ti b s, ist thiu ill tI1' I, .'i: for imer, haillt, ,i alI t el' l,, ,f' all k in h., (iniiihlinli i:tu l Irinkin_ wlrI ' :'writi ll I t I I , ai'l r I tl" nll n all i than ll.l l "i, i1 oth lr IaI ,'+I1' 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. — 30 May 1891

ORDER MADE IN THE CASE. rnevs for' I'Malley and )h i, tile th ur Bribers. Want t a 'IIhane of Venue. i in Iuailway Accident in lvanlia -- Three Perslions 4et anl I 'tlltnly Ennd. AZ iIITANT I)EkIlION. r...e. Court I pliols s the l:d ro,,'N. 11ay ".. Whln tihe so ourt at its llst t irn, uphehl I tin lliality of thtle E1dlmunnsl inw by lie property of the late .corporl urch of Jlss ('Christ of thei Liat ter - ints, ithirwisi known is tIhe II cithlrith, wai im h a'ti'i sti'nl to the ICr States, it found itself in, a ;oimt le ilarrann -sing po itlini. TItedictrim' hetit a. s iti Il' lklllnowin ill this ry ind no prposonine n.Inidensre(ld hleuI alnl- llpllroer of a simiilir inaIturei to r fr which the propIrtnl"'r firnmllv rused -rms known e iraidly tidlay mmade its final order tIca and ntmilitled in somli respects crie it entered at tlhe last termlr cree tinally directs thilt th. tripc e i all tleumulations reniTmin in y tf i receiver until ithe.rwise it , lnd that ouit to it the co,,st...

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. — 30 May 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNEI tAIrIIItDUIY MAY *01. 1499. viii:: Ght'.!? ru/LS MEETING. a;.?! is a~n.'i a I.,'is I ss'tisw osf is.' .tom- '."i,.'i 1·tn t., IIt I· n:!.tn at. l l ."litt (' flit. \i s,'( Il,,i i,, alma. 11 'bolo, l. , n i-t 1." ..i ~v~i s "i'ii f .'f 1.! u s iI:ý ' - o11 as- I s;,,. Iilil tlI." /'l l ra . ..I' " ý ", iii u " r ili'lll ;,",I( it t 1)'ii I,. t 11 . I tat s'* i,., ,. , ; '2 '; _'" ,I ' u i h li. '''ii. ni' 11 iI: ..-·,·.., · i,,,, i t .-l ·( ;t"_ tit-1·1 - i- I '- II' - ni 'I ,' _I'' ''' 1'i It t. ll pit . " i t '· i li r t ' i i '' 1 ' - t i t i ,, . . , I i 1 r I; ·r I n'+_~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~I. I.t ·" rtr rl 'Ili I Inl n1:11 li . "'lll~"t'nlt , ·"I,/tr ni 1 .,hit it, I I'd'' 1 i I .j :It. I J, , uI l rflt j *v 1~r' '" '`\'' I- · 9'~lii ' ''i·:;· I i ii,.'! .' ·"·!: II; ,~·i.r~ .1 I' di~~i ili I c , I - , t, 1. ".I Jv'dI'I';tl . 11ra rII ,t I wil -.in 1 n . tr,, am ., .; I "!.l: JIlu, Inu , ~I ' ~1I I' ,", ':'1 I .,t.r 'luI u - vi. " I, A 'Al 1.5' 1vr1 " .I .. I v-un -...

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. — 30 May 1891

[[S TO [ETBBRIDGE. 141 o44 'I'l i% i t P ti fi leiI.ii e of Alberto.rl 'lm in ft(iP 4th of c~ rltl " ;" 1'1r14al~ ad ange i u, 4'ity ii Iw fori iiiitty !Iirith~ tittIi n t iy rL tbi~ 1 an11thrp ;ºo 'irilli tv. H '11. t"Iwh, 'Uc ifl :tl i 8oiii, I' I I tilii Wil tinti ,ll.al i Ih a8H/"o Ih,, 1411 nal In t'ri. itc dot ... eiii' );iui,- i I In in all4 iHtlti ru fguutu-'uuuil I -i t 7111. it 4 tlii ri.: R'n ti'1 C nto .4111I11l't t,.,, rs r hl .1111"1 -A L 1:1·!. ..11 °llyte l i~ I iss Ityrit· HisII , eril I1% Ii. - a* t t'Iil A r('tn'''I t i iin i I'iihi' nutt ere a l, tl tlu l. null t1.:1. I.;..1:. )11 I t We ll-known niti/.^nn ,f I t 1.1;i , nl .,( ghee,E.R. (Ili. lu1. .1. Ki.1!,l. . P. ljii' r ,. n1, 'N. Allen 1i IiII ,v. lnii rl ae G9l4or, i III rillIr. hrl llil c~~I I '· illlls\(·.' 111 k11\ 11 diii r I·I . I l ll i I inll lii nIII II ii Iis I u,'tp I~n. iior I u ricn l i li ,I ai lbeltt l I .",,.i, r ;11. "i , i;. \ii ":; , , nI a me b eolun~ I n l.~ Il illI;1, h Xli. n,~Hlth~thi...

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. — 30 May 1891

THE CORBETT-JACKSON FIGHT They (:et 81e.541 Euachi for Their RE hibition Thre Men (ffered '87.100) toFight Again. FATAL EXPLOSION AT THE PRATT MINE. C etii:ro netatVjttrS and a Free Minor In't:antly Kiltil by the Heaneltr l' NartolTi3 Ee)lwli the Slllm.I Fatre. teing Iltragged Out I "nwInt,'it nI . W .,-iit- . i --. Th' , ,lir ,tt r, ,,f the I'aliforinia .\th,.ti .lb hel, a; meeting ti ts _ ain t ari l "i I iI li t e iw .Ienm (t',rhett mut , P1'ete*r .il :1 , ,l z i .'.;Plio 1a l'i,-' for their exhibiltin i at night and to li fer tll jl li a pulrs'l f .i~..i fight brf,,r", the tlubtJ a.in. killed bli (.i Ealll llllSo . l tnli t.i."i, j. .\ 1,. ~a1 . .IAt tiht Pratt I in'. tio ei a , i.j lrsin of gas in hie shaft w'.le .re i ntiits arm wnrkeI killed teti ne-.:r , ruivi .is alnd ni. free Win. r uiini 'l',Tun Moor... I it is be.litu ,.d n~ men hadi in siome wat ki..'khil .If' at 1-lank from the fllor which tooeld rcess the oh~l , !,anh ,,"r and o, ahih tl,he w,,rd -;ais" was writtien. ...

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. — 30 May 1891

led _____ T EEKLY TRIBUNE. in L.ý. S AY OF TIlEY FALLS. 11 :"..! it li1 1, 11 .1 tii. rtini" ramI lt.%VIi r4111) tit. 1iý uI Stll it it, th e M'ttu t rci tai in C.l i Iii liiivhll t in iti t rut11$ tell an I,1 ill( iil ll it lb' 11t1 1 1 il1 111.1 Il' ' 1ii ;1 f r11 "r 1u II '11.11 ;I 1"n I'm-fu1' nn til'I I ;lia. 0.1Y lr I, · 1'l' 1",',.1. 1 1 11;1 1*t ;4 rib .1 I u , llu: i 1: Aen i i i8 r lit . . d ua 111i 411 ' I'n 111" IN U OO· Iýill I 'I1 lIlll r-rli m , :t III:II1. : 1' l a 1nt '"i t i;ii it I ,ii I-iliii I ii . I ii i 411111!1 III s inii . II ii, 11 i a l,130. i lIn,:1u Liir int otiy ii th h oin 1. 4 rte. ¢ni"t ' ifiiiii 1: I Mr.n ove r in u i s 111ii it % 111 1 Jay Doil 1. ,li.'1v i ith m :Mi ,11an ' fo visit i l Ii I .\il't1 a int l il Il r a it h e " r i ,' , r - . I ' ' It',i i t h i , l 'ln ll Ies i l i i , i ;i. i i i ' I ' ,r n ' APi, ,.,I l.'' .\lai',l ,h ,ii, ,, . a t l t i r a t ,n tl' , : ,i iI t I I n li. .ti fi l ' Iti I' , '1 Ii 1t ,ai , , . h I ,l' :11, .. , I...

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. — 30 May 1891

SOMETHING IMPORTANT--SOMETHING STARTLING--AND HERE IT IS: Boys' and Children's Clothing I - - - - - - One-Third off For Ten Days We Have TOO MANY I We Are OVERLOADED I We MUST Get Rid of Them ! They Are all New, Neat, Stylish and Serviceable ! Fine New Jerales, Cheviots, English Tweeds, Worsteds, and Kilts. All Coods Marked in Plain Figures. All: 1 4Suits nfw 3$1O.(n All $12 suits now 88.(w All i Suits now 4. All Suits now WERTHEI.( The O Prie Al 13 Suits w t.t; All i Suits now 1.(1 All 7 Suits now 4.6.5 All 4 Suits now N A5TE .xii14 Nl~l~jisloc OW9:5 All 11 Suits now 7:15~- All 8i Suits now 4.i All 5 Huits now '(T A THREATENED COAL STRIKE, Spring Valley Miners Intdignant Be eause Operators Have Not Stowl Up to Their Agreement. THE MEN HAVE RESOLVEO TO QUIT WORK. The Trouble s ILikely to Spread to Other Milling Regions - Public Sympathy with the Miners. (;en. Eggl-uton of Kansas l)ead--The Dead Sohlier lhad a Brilliant War Record. MOIiE TR)! ilLE;. 'Iprig Valley Mianrs TIhreutri to ...

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. — 6 June 1891

THE WEEKILY TRIBUNE. tiME VIII. GlE.1AT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY, JUNE 6. 1891. NUMBER 91 Great EYent history of mercantile business in Falls will take place during the week commencing 15th - - A nd Ending . JUNE 22d. NATHAN, One-Price Clothier. nish the people and utterly con 1 competitors by the fabulously at which he will sell an tle rtment of len's Suits ! are many reasons why we are 11 Clothing cheaper than any re in Great Falls, viz: y our goods cheaper. a smaller profit. the largest business in Great good Clothing and are opening r of other popular stores at var nts throughout the country. We uently buy goods in large quanti n times as many as any other Falls store ever purchases, and we r cash. Our large cash purchases us to lower prices than small canl secure. goods cost us from 10 to 20 per than the other clothing shops their inferior qualities, and we r customers the benefit of our fa We believe, as we have many shown, in the principle of large and small profits. don't ha...

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. — 6 June 1891

SIR JOHN MACDONALD DYING. The Great ('on.ervative Chiefltain Nearing the End--His Death Hourly Expected. CANADA LOSES A GREAT STATESMAN. C'on)ternation Prelvails in the I)o minion ()'ve Thli U'nexpected Turn tof Aflfair'. The House of P'arlintenllt Adjoilrns and All the 3Mini.ster Are at Earns elillDe Awaiting the End. A.VAITIN(i THl ENI. The Hours of Sir Jhoh, A. ALaclhnald Nu lber reld. O'rr.mw. Ont., May .t).- -When the premier dies the ministry, according to English parliamentary practice, is dis solved. Sir John Thompson, in all like lihood, would he called upon to form a ministry in the event of Mac[)onald's death. Sir John Macionald sutfered a stroke of paralysis. lie is conscious, but is un able to speake or move. His condition has created a great sensation in political circles. As soon as it became known the the house adjourned. In moving ad journment Sir Hector Langerin said he hind just received the news that the first minister had at rilapse and could not last many hours...

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. — 6 June 1891

WEEKLY TRIBUNE PRAY OF THE FALLS. .\T' li)l Y ' (" I \II.Y. les Green haIs d(iMsosed of his in in the Park Stables ' nd is think casting his lot (elsewIhere. lie has riends here who will regret his de e. He unt to lienton yesterday his parents. Father Dols, the Catholic priest t Falls. was in Monarch, Friday. been at Neihart, making ar ents to build a church there. ements were also perfected where narch is to have a chapel very The Monarch scheme has the Indorstnmet of Flather Dols.--The h. T'ri.I).AYS DA|lY.. riage iicense was issued by the clerk yesterday for Henry Pren and Miss Louisa Fick- both of ark theater had a bran new bill ht, which drew alarge crowd. It to be the best show seen in that r many a day. Scandinavian Lutheran church Id services this evening at 8 o'clock Presbyterian church, Rev. N. Boe, ena officiating. ugh passenger trains, through t trains, quick time via the Chi Union Pacific & Northwestern Line principal cities east of the Mis river. bricklayers workin...

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. — 6 June 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, SATURDAY. JUNE 6. 1801. OLD FORT SHAll'. It is to be hoped that the news re ceived from Washington yesterday that old Fort Shaw is to be abandoned will prove true. It has long since served its purpose and outlived its usefulness. A few years ago it was on the outskirts of western civilization as a barrier against the enrouchnlents f savages upon isola ted ettlers and splirsely settl-'d communi. ties. T'1oday it is surrounded by thriv ing towns and cities.while the once roving Indian is comfortably domiciled upon a reservation where he conteentedly if not halppily livesfel andl clothed by the gov ernminet. All the tight is taken out of him by his changed conditions. 'Th" abanliulninitit of these old forts upl tihe western friontier is a good sign. It sh a s that the irrepI ressil Ie Yankee has takitn ipssessi'i iof tilt Iuntry andi that ! hli' has ciulie here to stay. It shios that life aiiil propertlv aire quite as safe tire as in the older states in the east a.,...

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. — 6 June 1891

WEEKLY TRIBUNE PRAY OF THE FALLS. WE)NE.DIAY'S DAILY. ounty commissioners spent yes examining the quarterly reports ct Clerk Cockrill and County rosby, which were found correct oredrecorded. received from Senator Gibson yes is to the effect that he is improv Idly. He is now enroute from ork to Minneapolis and before eeks, doubtless, will return to alls in pI.rfect health. na is certainly getting a fair moisture this year, with rain kfast, dinner and sup)per every le most fastidious should be d. Somle lwople are comlp!ain we are having too much rain, hard to suit everybody. e A. (IHrat, the well known eon was yesterday awarded the con erecting the superstructure of ter and concentrator by Captain He will put a goxxl sized force to work saon as possible and push k to a speedy completion. . Sheets recorded yesterday a ty deed from Harry B. Dickinson for an undivided one-half interest , block 8, Fairview addition; also alf interest in the east half of the t quarter of section 18, and th...

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. — 6 June 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, SATURDAY. JUNE .1891t. (;RE.IT FALLS A. C.ANIDID.AITI.. In the great free-for-all capital race next year Great Fl&ls has announ-ed herself as a candidate. She does this with the firm conviction that in view of her natural and acqluired advantages the capital of the state should be located w\ithin her limits. Although it is not today the most populous city in Mon tana it possesses, in a remarkable degree all those prime essentials which go to build up the populous, prosperous, and wealthy communities. In this respect it is the most promising city in the west. But laying the matter of immediate pop ulation aside-for. as a rule, capitals are not located in the larger cities-Great FIalls still presents the best location for the seat of government of the state. It is nearer the center of Montana than I any other city init. It is easy of access 1 from every point of the compass. It is on the line of a great transcontinental 1 thoroughfare. It is the center of four ...

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. — 6 June 1891

AREER OF A CROOK, S ries iaviis W.orked His Land Indle Racket to Make a Raise. S e of Davis and Cameron From sody Before ('ommissionar l)inigevon. IUnitte Miner. ng detlayd eases held over luvis iand William Cameron for g to dtlrraud the I'nitcd t.tates to or dominion over the publlic nder color of a Minnesota land ent iolupany swindle, crane up Tniteld States 'onummissiner n yesterday. I be remembered that the de opened an employment agency n this city in February last, and several hard-working laborers p a small amount of money, for e defendants alleged that they furnish the applicants with enm tin settling on wild lands so as title thereto, which they were of to the company. It was a nt swindle on the face of it, but d Cameron were successful in some men here to agree to their One of them discovered that he fleeced and made complaint to titV rities, when Davis and Cam arrested and have been here ramination. plainant disappeared somn after uthorities have since been cn to locate l...

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. — 6 June 1891

ONLY ONE DAY MORE OF THE ONE-THIRD OFF SALE Boys' and Children's Clothing One-Third Of We Have TOO MANY I We Are OVERLOADED! We MUST Get Rid of Them ! They Are all New, Neat, Stylish and Serviceable! Fine New Jersles, Cheviots, English Tweeds, Worsteds, and Kilts. All Qood Marked in Plain Figures. All $15 Suits now $10.00 All $12 Suits now 88.00 All 8 Suits now $5l.00 All 80 Suits now $4.00 ATE WE T e OnePrice loth All 14 Suits now 9.:i5 All 11 Suits now 7.:3 All 8 Suits now 5.3. All 5 Suits now 3.35 All 13 Suits now 8.3 All 10 Suits now 6.65 All 7 Suits now 4.65 All 4 Suits now 2.65 0 A SINGULAR CASE TO HEAL WITH A 16 Year Old Boy Arrested for Inter cepting His Mother's Love Letter. HEAVY RAIN STORMS IN THE EAST. The Country Well Soaked from New York to New Orleans-Tele graph Wires Prostrate:l. Dakota Visited by a Cyclone-Thlree People Killed by it in Hazel Consideralle Damage Done. t).Ot.\., June 2.-A frail looking lad about sixteen years of age has been in jail here several days,...

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