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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 16 July 1890

The Semi Weekly Tribune. vOt .--GNTlaaa. -REAT FALLS, MONTANA, WE.NESDAY JULY 16, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS. W hI' .l- i: A B il NIl IInin .I FlU tYT IU nnlm r IAn ..a.. I .. .ý . ...... -- - -. W "*d I 010D00. 1el sway Free, t1 - Ia An elegant, stylish ~ arid conpl.~t iline aof Silk Japanese Handc t kerchiefs in all colors; including blacks, ,black] - borders and the latest f fad --- crepe borders --" just. opened,, Come andolokat therm. . , 0j -rr V We. have just receiv 5 ed another lot of ele- t gant goods in this line, comprising everything that is new and desir. able for summer wear 0 Our line of Neckwear . is certainly the prettiest in this part of the coun try.b HAl ! T8s ! " Ah ! " herer is where we shine" The larg est aid imost complete' hline of Haits of every description to be found'i in the city at prices hereitofre unheard of. Our tock of Shoes is now complete in every detail. $ -r , at d t . w M kwtb Cht ·5t r'~ i~·~iWll~.~"".I[ 'I hKf 4f:i CONSTANTINOPLE IS BURNING, One ...

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 July 1890

GIlEAT FALLS TRIBtUNE .tanussar UL5 5ND 52111-wanULI idE TRIBUNE PUBLIBHillN COMPANI. a ITNCOanUBATa] m th SUBSCRIPTION RATES8.* M al ssoriptions mnst be pid in ad..o. gl SONLI. SI.dWNL. p1 1eme , ) T$nhee m t O I1 Ouetmath " I,7 hlmmontn ".... IAB al Ilneweek, 7 arrioer. . inleoopi,.a... 81 A LI oit nbsoribers to Daily deliverWd by carrier Idrertls rates frished on appllatito. The eirola5tlon of the 'lriba. in rnt mni t IWmt ans IrMetr., r'.n eed that of ftws pa per iubl"ed la thi stalte Sen.riwner desirin their adu W. ·rl ,ut send their former addres; ths bhld-b r.membfed. Aidd.. Taslesm PUNSmaI.eG Core , tl Uret Nil-, iuntane. NO. 628 .t FIIRST NATIONAL BANKE ,OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $t,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Oapital, $I00,000. OQFIOERea r S COLLINS, . . . President L. G. PHLPS . . Vice-President A E DIOKERMAN, . . . Cashier D L. Trc, . . . Ass't Cashier MREOTORS: .1. A. BROADWAT'E, OHAS. M. WERIRTER. PARIS GIBBON, IRA MYERB. MO)BERT VAIGIHN. H. . OIIOWO N, , AIRMINOTON, JO...

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 July 1890

ThI MteaR 'Whig and Blarge str.odk by a (,lonw Surnday Sensing. ABOUT 20 POPLE WERE. ON .0AM The uDe0t Namber at atLet 186-Henrt I Anxiity. f Trainsb thp Dead Sent to Radl W tr Minnesota Troops Rtt her; Generous Aid, ST. PatL July 14-Burrouanded by beautlful bluffs and pleasant farming lands, lake Pain's unruffled surface to day gae' little evidence of the fieree struggle Ilith the elements and of the death-desaltg fury of the atorm that raged o1'.Lth pesceful little city lat night. With astecely a note of warning there butyl on this teggon one of the se verest storlas ever tnewn oi its history, ' and the loss of lIfe is probably greater d than in any other single calarloty that a ever visted tyOy part of the no.thwest. St. Oladle ey eldol of a ew years ago. was disas~tps in.the extreme, but it in as nothing bet.ie.talle. The list of dead al ready numIbet 0 aend may exrded 400. An pSibrIoZx TO LanI cTr. h The e*eid on-p steamer, Sea Wing of Diamond Iftil had, carried a party rof I 2...

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. — 16 July 1890

ABBOTT AND HAMILTON BACK. A, Wt he Explorers Suffered Much Hard- ditri ship. but Found a Good Easy atgar Pass. the cnmt Yn CONTRACTS FOR A PACIFIC ROAD. am Into' Shepherd & Winston and Selms & and Armington may Build Moat of hold the Extension. mani It Kerr The Contractors Preparing Actively- that Engineers are Marking out the Route for Them. The Preparatious are evidently going on ac- T tively for the Pacific extension of the Asso Great Northern railroad. A party of aoac Great Northern surveyors has arrived at ,lay Fort Asslniboine. They have orders to Nati cross-section the route surveyed from time Black butte, a few miles east of Asrsii- TI boine to the Marlas pass. Al It is understood that the route for the man Pacific extension will start from a point wer, north of Asiniboline tand proceed tip the ( oll Milk river to Cypress crossing and thence lowi to Sage creek in a westerly direction J( touching at Fort Conrad. K.or From Fort Conrad the route may be up lint Cut bank ...

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 July 1890

e emi Weekl Tri bune GV "R-RUMMBr an. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SA URDAY JULY 19, 1890. PRI('E FIVE CENTS. Web ttl Ap elegant, stylish and comiplete line o Silk Janese Hand( ker 'iaW.,ole incl ding blacks b1a fad --·ciape bordbrs.: just . opeied. Conn: anln tat theek B AR. We have just receiv ed .alther' lot of el gant goods in this line, comprising everything that i;. w 1 a d desit abO i s teer wear Oiw , of Neckwear is c i the prettiest in this part of the coun try. AFIKS! AS! Ah ! "here is where we hine.' Th lar est and .nt ! . line of Its - . 'y descri ti, to be found in the .:y at, prices hertkaore : unhear4 of, Our stdCk of Shoes is ..w dste in evei~r detit . FARMERS' ALLIANCE. CONVENE, The Minnesota Farmers Assemble at St. Paul To day. WILL NOMINATE A STATE TICKET. General James H. Baker Will Prohsa bly be Nominated for Governor. Graphic Aecount of a ?owder Ex plditaelo 1 Ohlo-BadaA&lities asi ftlbfring. By. PAc. July 16.-The state conven tiop of the Facgers' Alliance opened ...

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. — 19 July 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE DBIISHI' L As ND BeEMWIUKL THE TRIBUOE PUBLISHING COMPAN., IrNCoaroRATM) SUBSCRIPTION RA1ES. Mail subcriptions mot be paid in adiane. Pemer by ml, $101 Oe year bna, $bPmI One month 1.) Troe months" 1.00 wk, o ycarrier, 5 Binge oopy, ...... A 11 ity subscribeod to Dailydelivered by carrier dvertisel rates furnished on applioation. T Erolirction of the Trib.ue in ortder Mntesna is .oaranted to, eoes that of Aoy pa ver published in the state .oweanber desiring their address Chnged nust send their former addressee; this should be remembered. &ddreee: TreINCS 'UoLlAICC COMPaCT, (reat PaFdl, MontEana. NO. 85265. N'IIST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. OFFIOERS: T E. COLLINS, . . .OPresident L. G. PHELP S . . Vice-President A E DIOC.RAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRAC, .. . Ass't Cashier DIREOTOR8: .. A. BROADWATER, CHA8. M. WEBSTER. PARIS GIBBON. IRA MYERS. COBERT VAUGHN, H. o. OHOWEN, I T. ARMINGTON, JOHN LEPLEY. A ...

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 July 1890

SHE CRIEF .IEifU d Scenes Atte.ilag the Burial o1 the Victims of the MDsaeter. APTAIN W HER Is CENSuiED, blie Seatibent Is Very Strong Agalnst the Cor. mander. alt M e Mande to Recover More Victims iPoes the Bottom of the Lake. Ilon Wil'I, July 15i-When the ret iers who were taking out the dead dies of the victims of the sen Wing biaster at Lake lty BSunday night arched the cabln, they found clasped nits mother's arms an infant child of ohs lchoSMer, of this city. Tenderly he mother and thild were lifted from ewreek and placed in a long row of cad, none desiring to, withdraw the mingly sleeping infant from the pro. ting and sustaining arms of her mother ogether their iodies still are; they now ie alongsidde of hsband and and father, and e baby ehild'i aister, in the German utheran cemetery, about two miles west f town. Tho same cemetery today r ived the bodies of eight members of e Gerken family. He m n Htempfling ad his bride swere buried from the Ger. an Lutheran acorlch and their...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 19 July 1890

ROCKY MOUNTAIN CLUB ARRIVE The Ladies are all our Fancy Painted Them-They are Lovely and Divine. THE CLUB HAS VISITED MONARCH. The Tourists Will go to the Giant Spring and Rainbow Falls This Morning. They Will go Hence to Helena and Will Enjoy a Phmge in the Broadwater Bath. Yesterday morning the Rocky Moun tain club arrived over the Great Northern on their annual tour. The club was or gaonzed by students of the Michigan university at Ann Arbor, and this year Dr. J. F. L. Winchell, professor of geo logy, was invited to accompany the club. This year also students of other colleges and their friends were also invited, so that the club now includes persons of deep learning-both men and women from several prominent Institutions. The club numbers 175 members, of whom many are ladies. They have been on the present tour since Saturday morning, stopping one day at Devil's Lake. Their opinion of this region may best be infer red from the following rhymes composed by the club poet: "satanio M...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 23 July 1890

__ My akl Tribune. OL ER 61 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA WED1Z11 AY JULY 23, 1890. PRICE F E "EN'Ti. Gi r Avy An l1g t, sty3i: nd comiplete hn 'o ilk Jap: .:. . erchf e t ncd ordes 4tbla ad- .ýw 6i4rs tr C·~J- 9iet~~ EWI. We have jus ýrce d anotri l * de ,ant go a in ine, ompri ar ~t hat le forw ur 1i$:w~ r s cf.rrta y th : rn th *f4 ry. h!wlere we T co ev tou her N Boot. ii" j ', me> wool ý · TEI ItE F 1h Y EXPLO ION Seven Persons More or Lees Injured By the Flow of Molten Metal. OOfil ts VWOES M:JEY FREELYi Pnenolh Merchaits . Qeatly Disturbed By the McKinley Tariff Bill. The Senate DBbate on the MeKinley lill" WillBegin To-morrow. Telegraphic Itens. Na1io& x, July,iO.--Th iron foun dry of OCsstdy & Adler, lakers of plum. hera' supplte, at 581-887 West 85th street, was the 'scene 9f;aerrlie explosion this fsferusook 8 venister Otn ere more or less t~ fy burned 1Iae blazing giltad wou4ded by tbs flyngfragmeuts of metal ~ iAel tlsPn d iks of t-.P It Is expecte, one wtl. d~e, whle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 23 July 1890

GHEAT FALLS THIBUlNE emalsSr sUi , ND 11n l, -w--I. Ti. TIBU1NE PUBLISHING COMPAII. INCO.POSAMS] SUBSCRIPTION IATE8. Mail subsorieptone mot be paid l advae. Adverthintrtedb furnished o applloSoo. 'he oelrdation of the Tribune in lr hrn mi Paispa raulial.l , 0mooedthti ,la P. Alddr : TRsOuuLO P LIMalyd (bPAaia,, at FalDal n , NO. 3 T2i. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00,00ed . T E. UoALN, . . President L. G. PHE-Ps . . Vice-Prsident A E D IC lPRMAN, . .. Cashier D L. TRAOYt ... Ass't Cashier U. A. BROADWATER, ORAL Y. WEBSTER. PARIS IBSON, IRA IIYERS. ROBB'fT VAUGN, H.O. O POWICN, I T. ABMINGTON, JOHN LEPLEY. A merl anking busmnen trasacted. xEWhaage drawn on the principal pointa in the ea and Europe. Prompt attention iven to Ast: a Interest allowed on time deposits, GREAT FALLS 'IR'IBUNE. WEDNESDAY, JULY n2. 18oW. ROLT AN UPL! The present sanitary condition of the town is bad, and with the hot weather is rapidly growing worse. W...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 23 July 1890

'he Contrat.u fihe the Great Zeoihern aciule sitenadon WUi Soon Be Let. A Utri*FArotY ROUTE FOUND. Theua, Batts I% 8obange Oppened With (Arent "fiarIty Yea. terdayf. A Wtoier eeral to be Choeen for Today. lialSA, July 01.-[Speeial to the Tat. uen]--lt is settled that for the western exteton art called -for August let and that work moutlbegin on the 1tth of the some it Pth, Foley Bros. & Co. will be bidddr eid Will imake it interesting for others. Te route is ae recently stated by the Tatauwa. A one-tenth grade has been seanred tot e ,supmit on thiselde. while cO the otR* tib1 Isu trvo and two. tenths tithtl 111l fert to the mile. The route beyond thu range Is selected for ta considetdilh dtitnot.e. 4 lYtat (tay Note.. HatiaMA, .iuly 21.--lpecilal to the Tnarslvmi -At Itutte today the Mining Ex thange weu opened up with a grand banq.et., Tltt ha.g all was crowded. The base 'bill game today resulted: Helenald. Salt Lake t.ught. Remdoittit, inapget for John Maguoire, left town .ire...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 23 July 1890

lOW GREAT FALLS HAS GROWN Some Facts Connected Vo ith the Early History of this Young and Thriving City. FIRST STORES AND ENTERPRISES. Thompson Acquitted of the Alleged Assault on Edward Vance and Discharged. The County of Cascade has 8.100 People - -Happenings in and Around the City. "1 can't find the town which I left three years ago because there are so many buildings," remarked a visitor a few days ago. It is true with many per sons who have been here more than three years. The growth has been so rapid that they have forgotten what buildings were first erected. Early in 1884 Wm. Wamer, who now lives In Upper Sand Coulee, erected the firat building on the site of Great Falls. It vao a tsmall board shack and was used as al restaurant. It was located on what is now Second avenue South. 'The build ing stood only about a year, when it w..r burned. Those who slept in tihe loft or on the floor of this, the first hotel, can best appreciate our first class hotels and restaurants. In Marc...

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. — 30 July 1890

T he Semi- Weekly Trgibune VOL . .. 66. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY JULY 30, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS. elit1- IMP ' .g., way. De SFE A L And s a his teal ni le will of thl i fee' iii irl Stalk r base bie f An Belant ;styli h1 and co aiete ;le e of Silk, Japanese Hand kercifs in All colors., incding blacks, bla•k bod.ers ahd the latest fad-.--crepe borders-- - just opened. Come and-look at them. We ha've j.st rec v ed another Iet of fle gant ods in this line, comprisg everthing that is now anid desira ble for suinimr wear. Ourjine. of -Neclwear is certainy the prettiest in this part of the custat try. We * t1. - '1 A~, ·da whet is# a. ;·as -U 0Ii~~ C II IMPORTANT HOME EHTERPRISE Description of the Axtell Building. Ererted by Robert Vauglm, of a Great Falls. SFE THE ACOOMPAHYINS CUT, A IAvery Stable Which Will oerve as t a Model for Others Throngont Montana. A Maldive Structure-Ample Aecom. msodatlon for Btsiness PurposeA in the Block. Robert Vaughk has been from the start a steadjf...

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. — 30 July 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE coBnLsHar ^ILYA ND eYII-wmLrL THE TRIBUNE PUBLISBINlNCOWIPA . [IcOOBPOnATal] U SUBSCRIPTION RATES. I Mail enubriptions mnst be paid in advane. I DAILY. 5 Aslwm L. neyoe by mall,Sl=0I Oneyer by mall,55.m is monrso, " o 2 ase moatns 1.0 ine month " 1oThmss ' 1oi It s week, arrier 2 Slingle ap ...... ll city ubscribers to Dai delivered by oarrier Advertiling rates furnished on aplloation. 'The oeirlatison of the Tribune in aortern I.'n.tana is uarsnteed t eOxceed that oer a pa. wonorera desiring their addrese ch d must send their former address; this ehooldbhe remembered. Addressn: Tansia PU5L55smo COPAreI sreat Falls Muntana. NO. anna. FIIST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, Si,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $250,100. OFFIOERS' T E. COLLINS, . . . President L. G. PHELPS . Vice-President A E DICKERMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TnacV, .... Ass't Cashier DrREOTORS: C. A. BROADWATER, JOHN LEPLEY. PARIS GIBBON, IRA MYsEBR OBEBT VAUGHN, H. O. CHOWEN, r T. ARMINGTON,...

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. — 30 July 1890

AWF TIMESiBUi NUS ,iM Desperate Street Fghting All Saturday-N-eavy Losses. THE RESULT THEN INDEOISIVE. The nasurgents Mow Down Troops Who were About to (ome to Ther Alid. The Provlaiontls Open Heavy Artillery tire on the Government Troops. LonaDo, JulyS8.-The Times has the following from Buenos Ayres, dated July 27th: Noon-Fighting began yesterday at dawn and ceased at dark, bth sides main taiinng their poitions. Celman's police and Cavalry suflered terribly in attacking the citizensa and troops. The provision als were Intrenched in the artillery barracks. The 'ity during the night was like a city of'th dfead, but behind their shuttNrs the CitiZens were on the alert, armed with rifles. After nightfall the citizea.advanoed two I locks. The pro. visionlli reapened heavy artillery fire today at dawn on the troops, under Vice President Pellegrimn. A terrible mistake occurred during the- ffhtlug..- The Eleventh regiment, suddenly tiatring In favor of the provis ional government, approach...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 30 July 1890

FRANK GRAY FOUND GUILTY The G Tihe Defendant Tettified in His Own Tot Behalf But His Statement Did ye uot Avail. put lyI slot HIS SENTENCE FIXED AT 7 YEARS. pro to e Din IJuidents of This Sensational Trial- list Arguments by Baum. MIc·Olm be, and Taylor. to log cor The ,sury linds its Verdict Promptly he Every One Tired Out-The pet Suspense Over. leo fan Frank Grlays own testimony was the leading relenut in the trial Friday. to He appear'tdl roil anl almost uncotn- wo cerned its he anOwered pome questions, w0 while in replying to others he showed of much :caution. He denied that he made be, thi, trliptpi th. Missouri river on the 't2d or ot Aug'lst. of which so much has been ds sial and repeated, the old story as to bis clh whereablouts on thlt lday. When he said alt in support of his alibi that hie was at no Reger's drug store in the evening, Mr. on Bourn plunced, it might be said, on him a and displayed able cross-examinating [s ability. tie finally forced Gray into us saying that...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 2 August 1890

lhe Semi-Weekly T ribune. OLUME VII.-NUMBER 69. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY Alt- UST '2, 1890. PRICE FIVE CE e~ier'W s Uthabied Di tionary Given Away, An elegant, stylish d complete line of lk Japanese Hand rchiefs in all colors, luding blacks, black rders and the latest - --crepe borders--- t opened. Come d look at them. SNECKW ARof to We have just receiv- s another lot of ele nt goods in this line, mprising everything t at is new and desira e for summer wear. ur line of Neckwear i ctrtainly the prettiest O this part of the coun c. d b AIS! ;ATS! h! "here is where we we shine." The largest and most mplete line of Hats of ery deserjstion to be und inthe ditynat pies eretofore unheard of, Our stock of Shoes is complete In every IEvquybing nw in Summer Cloth 4g at prices that ought to sell them. Don't ill to give us a siwl ies in ant of anything in Clothing, Hats, apt, Geats' Fnurlishlg Opods and ot and Shoes. -Rsaspetlly, "HE .BO Teý(F716?I 1ýt ý Q! Pup. GENEAL ELEGRAPHIC NEWS, As...

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. — 2 August 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE lTHE TRIBUNE PUBLISHIl COMPANT, IteoonronATID] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 32al subscriptions meet be paid in advance. nemeac by 1ctl, $1 One gear bymaltP.W One onath " -1.00 Threeamentto" I.0 ne week, oy oarrier, 2 ingle copy,...... It city ebecribeers to Dail delivered by earrier Advertiang rtec furniashed on appleation. The ealteiatlon of the Tribune in ortheern I'ntane I. gcanrstoed t,, eoeed that o by pa. aer publtehed in athe state .aeeriDers desiring their addrm ehanged ust asend their former nddree; thbl shoaI be eamemnbered. Addree: Tntsccc Pwlemha.e OOcuez-, Strest Falle. Montnaa. NO. 8625. IRlST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFIOERB: .r E. COLLIN, . . . President L. G. PHeePS . . Vice-President A E DIKERMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TeAcY, . . . Ass't Cashie DIREOTORS: C. A. BROADWATER, JOHN LEPLEY. PARIS GIBBON, IRA MYERS. OBERT VAUGHN, H. O. CiOWIN, I T. ARMINGTON, a& erel bMnking buameea tranuctal. e...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 2 August 1890

not tAT WoAiUTBI Mr. Porter Reads a Long Report to sthe t. Paul Delega. tion. LAND GRANT FORFEiTURE BILL seeretary Noble ThbweS Some More Light on Powall's .Sthaseme. Elaborate Rals for the Purchase of Silver are taid Down by SeeretaryyWindom. WAUtrtrOeto, July 81.-A delegation repreentlng the cly of St. Paul held a conferenre with the ecretary of the in terior today In regard to the proposed re count of the population of that city. Ceo ost Superintendent Porter escorted the delegation to the Interior department and presented the members to the secretary. In response to a request that he state to the delegation the grounds of his action in recommending a rd.count Mr, Porter read for half an hour or more from a type-wrltteh memoranda the results of re count lntestigatlon into schedule-paddlng Mr. Porter seemed to have made a strong prima facte case. The matter was in formally diseussed for a short time, and the confernsee adjourned until to morrow. WAlnSITaOr, July 81.--Thomasu ah ra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 2 August 1890

ROAOS TO THE TWO CAMPS, Barker and Neihart are to be Connect ed by Railroad with Breat Falls. ORK WILL BE COMMENCED SOON. Arvilla and Melissa Bigelow Occupy the Attention of Jndge Race. Proceedings in the District Court The Snit of Spencer vs. the Montana Central Rail acad Heard. The Rona Will be Ettended. It has been rumored for two days that the Belt mountains road would be ex ended to Barker and Neihart this fall. After dilligent inquiry, a TRTBUNa repre sentative succeeded in finding prominent men who are in a position to know and they confirm the report. One gentleman stated that the question was settled four days ago and that the road would be built to both camps before January, 1891. This news is not official, but it comes from a source which makes it almost so. The camps which are already reviving, will now spring into great activity and the mining interests will be pushed. The mines which are already opened will be developed rapidly and made ore-pro ducers. Piopects which h...

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