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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 6 August 1890

Te emi- eklribune. vO ,G..-f 7., ' *.. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, DNESDAY AUGUST 6, 1890, PRICE FIVE CENTS. '" " .'- PRICE FIVE CENTS An elegant, stylish and complete line df Silk Japanese Hand kerchiefs in all colors, incluiding blacks, black bordrs and the latest fad- --crepe borders--- just opened. Come and look at them. We have jist receiv ed another lot of e6 ga1t :~pd in this line, compiSig everything that is new and desira ble for summer wear. Our line of Neckwear is c.rt inly the prettiest in this part of the coun try. we' shine." coma Sea omp ta f0 tI ,he1re .1t W 0$E' .15 ,.t.E"i . . . 4i3' JACK :T PAO ALTO,. The Gelding Competes with the Call. fornia Stallion at Detroit. JACK WINS EASILY THREE HEATS, The Heat Thne was Made in the Seeend Weat by Palo Alto. The Match Witneesed by an Immense Crowd-Detaile of the Betting. DITaorr, Eioh., August 2.-One o the grandest and most lhteieea g trotting raca took pipe this afternoon at the!De trollt D iiag park between George If. Mlddlittn...

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. — 6 August 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE ýc9Lreaar "16T AN~D BYXV1-WLxULI Tal; TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COIPAN!. IINOOIPoNIAT3D SUBSCRIPTION RAZES. MeiI subscriptionu umt be paid in advisee. DAILY, SNMI.WUKELT. P01MBr bynunil,100 $tO( m One year by mati -Go ix 6.00tO 5~Bnronl 1.60 Unemonth t,0 Thbree conta' 1.0 )ne Week, ,yonsrrder, ii 6 ingle copy,....... Ali oity Isnhrib iy to Dailydelire red by carrier Advertising entei furnished on aplpiction. Tbhe otncontion of the Tribnne in northern S.'ttna in goarauntee tonneceedthat of ty pt per yablihod In the state tnnuolnoers dnirng their addres chnn~d munt send therlotner addoeee; thitbunih be nemombered. Addoeso Tnonuot PunLsUttOG OtPuATl !goot Falls, Buntana. NO. s5as, IIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorived Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid Up Capital, $250,000. OFFIOERBs T E. CoLLINs, .. . President L. G. PHELPS . . Vice-President A E DICKERMAN . . . Cashier D L. TRAcT, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORB: C. n BBOADWATER, JOHN LEPLEY. PARIS IBBSON. IRA MYERS. ROBER...

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. — 6 August 1890

The flmri*e-AM Oab Nothing With f·te '4o" Canal TAU. 3gMf OF THE, $E ATRS T1AI'tMHL Y NgWYlgatlon in Intei~t.4d by the A el. dent, Camuelg iee'vy Taleaual, Cantoiuia t of Odd Fellows and Pattiatdwe " Mli. taflt. WAanrslrox, August .--La the senate today Setttor Davis ofared a resolutlon calling on the secretary of war tot infor. mation on the slublet of the accldent last b Friday to the lock of the Bault St. Marie a canal. He spoke of it as the afoot serl ous calamity to the commerce of the na tion, coatilng (as he been informed by telegraph) 00,000 a day. e also men- t tioned, tnoldentally, te failure of the honse. ot . on~ thei billpaed by the senati letrlponthi.tegoS 5 rdlg foro a a seooad and larger look, Seaetor Ollom hopad that the house wouldIbe induced to take up h4at measn. ore and pa.ent, Ifgtt, It wouktbe well enougl for the seate to tike up the river pd harbor thil t. ai earlier day d than had been agreed upon, so as to have the appropriestly seoared for that very Import...

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. — 6 August 1890

NEWS FROM MINING CAMPS, A Big Lead Discovered in Whitta. ker's Gulch Near Monarnnh. ANOTHER LARGE MINING DEAL; lion Ore Found on a Tributary of Logging Creek-The' Quantity Unknown. John McAssey Buys an Interest in the Neihart Townsite-Many Miners in Town. A number of prominent miners are in from the various camps of the Belt moun. tains and several important deals are on hand. Work is being prosecuted earn estly by all who have the means and much good ore is being taken out, while the prospectors are scattered through the mountainus in all directions and some good finds are reported. John Peterson has been prospecting along the divide betwveen Running Well and Dry Wolf and reports some good discoveries. In one claim he has a five foot lead of galena mixed with iron car bonates and along with this a vein of about 16 inches of gray copper. Be has a 20-foot tunnel run in on this lead all the way and it seems to get better as depth is attained. In another claim, which shows gray copper,...

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. — 9 August 1890

The Semi y TribuneHistoril S. G:REAT FALLS, MONTANA SATURDAY AUGUST 9, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ios Giin Away. " B An elegant, styli .anGmplete line of Si panese HanA keriefb in all colors;, inchidingblacks, black borders and the -atest fad- -crepe borders-- Juit ý d . Con ;nfi& t them... We hate jbst receiv ed another lot -f elt gant.oods in this, line, comprising everthk that is new and desira ble for summec Wear, Ourld-ine of Neckwear is certainlyth prettiest in this part of the coun try. Ah! P.I : is:where we c ,wfats of he t detal. THE' wqp, ;t OiMlMER KILLED AT LAST, The Unfortunate Criminal Relieved of all Further Suspence Yen. terday. THE SHOOK ACTED TARDILY, Thirteen Miontee Elapse4 Before Kemmler was Oflelally Pro. nouncel Dead. eta.W Na.yya uh Reeoluat. a - S 1e ~ Death Fear. seedy. V.. Agust I-Between Tulle . V Rilked ttep ict outi e . ! wh he spoke, i y. no Hl e submitteo to directed the dfl iutt e It made eugges ran w piter BROOK n ut from the fin tte he wa declared...

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. — 9 August 1890

GHEAT FALLS TRIBUNE PBueLIBnI '41iLtM ND saml-W.tLl THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPAIY. frNOOaponAD] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail sbscriptions musnt be pad in advance. NAOLT. 862 -Wl6 L. neer by m Fil,1000 ne ar by al, . i:monlhe, " 0 Bi 8imonhfhs" 1.6 O)nemonth " 1. Threemonate" 1.00 ne week, oy carrier, ' 2 Single eopy...... D 1 citRy Abecer to Daly deliered by caier -t Advertislng rates furnished on applicsation. 'The eirclation of the T''ribnne in northern S1 rtana is guaranteed tr, exceed that of say pa nar published intthe state Eoetricere desiring their addrea ehsanted a musnt send their former addree; this should be reemembered. Addrees: 'fteoez PUBLISHINrG C'ourdAl., Great Falle Molntane. NO. an26. FlIIST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. t Authori..e1 Capital, $Si,ooo,ooo. Paid Up Capital, $250,000. OFFICERS: r E. COLLINS, . . . President L. (. PHELPS . . Vice-President A. E DIeoERMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRACov, . .. Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: 0. A. BROADWATER, JOHN LEPLEY. PARIS GIBSON...

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. — 9 August 1890

vest, Vaet, Gray nad Others Call toa Lower Iron Dutties. ANo t1T0f PlART VOTES DoEUD Gray' Makes a Sttapt Appeal in the Iwterest of Delaware Ship yards. VYesgt i4epeu an Advalorem Duty of i()per cent-It is Re jeted. #Aeisrt rot, August 7.-The senate met etO' o'clonk. After some prellml nar.y dlhting buslness the tariff bill was taken: tip, the pending question being SenatOl Vance'a neiamdmentto reduce the duty on iron from tifree-tenths of a cent per hnunded tq$0 per ton. After some debatebiValne' asmendment was rejected, yeas 1, S7i. There were no devia tioens f lin.in this vote. The next ph tae bar iron, round iron, d square iron from eight tentha lt i one cent per pound, according 0' olassification. MoPheIsta moved to amehd by strik Ing out tle St per pound and Inserting a uniform rate of 10 per cent idvalorem. He quoted the lest prices of English iron of the Mhi i deanptliop and qualities and the d natP'pyOitiel in the bill was equal to fromin t tope per cent advalorem. 81henetn...

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. — 9 August 1890

THE GRAND UNION STATION, The Building Nearly Completed ar1d Almost Ready for Hlutsiness. AMPLE FACILITIES FOR TRAFFIC. Considerable Business Transacted by the City Council Last Evening. Large Disbursements for Sewerage and Other Public Improve nients. OREAT FALLS GRAND DEPOT. The Bulldieg Nearly Ready flr Ocesu panly-The Work Well Done. The grand depot which the Great I Northern has built here will be nearly completed tomorrow and will be soon occupied. On the first tloor are the Illdies' and the gentlemen's waiting rooms. There is also a spacious apart ment for the ticklet office and the tele graph opera' yrs. On the next floor are four spacioor I apartments which will be used by the train dispatcher, freight agent and ac countants. These rooms are lofty and I well lighted. The building as n whole is picturesque. The design is a combination of French and Queen Anne styles. The building presents fine effects from every side. As it stands in front of Central avenue, passengers will o...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 13 August 1890

he SemiWeekly Tribune.t VOLUME VII-NUMEJI 78. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY AUGUST 13, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS. 1 rOL- - Websters hnabridge Di- 1 tio Given Away. A aI An elegant, stylish and complete line ofP Silk Japanese Hand kerchiefs in all c~1rs,. including blacks, black borders and the latest fad---crepe borders--.... Just opened. Come and ta tthat is new and Our line of No o e try. an. lea We havert juthe v- e s an tegdant, i thyish co try. iT! hATS! H onc aai Ah! "here is where we a we shine." "' The largest ad most P complete aie of Hats of heretofore unheard of. 1 Our .sock of Shoa IoomlpleIt In every' w detal. i Rverything now in Cam:r +l int at pioeas.t & fi t t rla e them. r neast as t~*r ** * en ,.a wn· e want ot anything.In tit irMa capt, Genlt' ~rJ oeing G.s qS peepwateflT. THE 8OSTON DUar.W J~.sEPrp. ylidpe toi jasjoua BaCp. THE IIAMOND0 , REVIVy This Time it willbe the Name a o (rseat Mining (Company of Neibart. MOULTH ANl S01t1 CAROLINAl k. 2. Leading Citizes...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 13 August 1890

GHEAT FALLS TRIBUNE PB.ART ,LY ND Et-IF-WUELYI Till TRIBUNE PUBLISHINI COMPANY. 1l0onoPo0AT1l5] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail enherlptions most be paid in advaneoo. DAILYr. I s -x1WiLY. nayear by mail,$10.00 One yarby mail, S.I ixmonlhs, 15tW Alimonths 1"00 Une month 1" .1 ThAse months" 5.W0 One week, Yy carrier, I Lngle copy....... 5 All city 5ubacribers to Dally delivered by carrier Advertlsing rates Yurnished on apptli0ation. ltne oireintlone of the Tribune in northern M sl.sna is gAuaateed to exeeed that o aIIy pa Aer published in the state a-5aArAterA desiring their addree changed sltt send their former address; this should be remembered. Address: TaeIBUa PUaLISlIGa COMPAI1, (reat PFalls, untana. .---. No. 362. - FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid.Up Capital, $250,000. OFFIOER5B T E. COLLINS, . . . President L. G. PHELPS . . Vice-President . E DICIERMAN, . . Cashier D L. TRACY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: 0. A. BRBODWATER, JOHN LEPLEY. PARIS ...

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. — 13 August 1890

PRES, HARRISON IN BOSTON, A Whole Fleet With the Administration to the Hub. AS BO00 AS A CIRCUS FOR BOSTON. The Squadron Is Welcomed by the Yankees With Much Enthusiasmn. Pre.ldeat .asrrison Responds With Imperial Grace to the Cheers of the People. Boaron, August 11.-As the Baltimore, i flying the president's flag and bearing t President Harrison, Secretaries Rusk and Noble and Private Secretary Halford, entered Beaton harbor this afternoon, she was met by other vessels of the fleet. The cruisers Atlanta, Kearsarge, the gunboats Petrel and Yorktown, despatch boat Dol phin, the dynamite cruiser Vesuvius and the torpedo boat Cushing. All save the Kearsarge and Cuphlng fired salutes. The revenue cutter Gallatin with Gov. Brackett, Collector Beard and Mr. and Mrs. McKee on board escorted her to anchorg. Mayor Bart and other mem bers of ! g ity government also were down to tlarbor. Then came the chief magistrate, while Mrs. Noble and I other ladies were on board the Vigilant. President H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 13 August 1890

THE GREATEST FALL OF ALL., Notes of a Trip on the North Side to the Great Falls of the Misseonri. A SCENE OF WONDROUS GRANDEUR. The Fantastic Effects Produced by the Erosion of thie Waters. A Field of Ample Study for the Geol ogist and tile Pleasure Seeker. The drive from town to the Great falls 12 miles below is one of the most pleas ant in all the countiri around. Out Cen tral avenue, by the union station, across the splendid iron bridge, beneath which the crystal waters of the Misiouri rush, then down the north tlank of the river the route is interesting. As the road be ginas to limb tie bench land to North Great Falls the view becomes wider and more beautiful. Wihen Summit avenue is reached the stranger involuntarily stops to take in the scene. The winding river for three miles with its rinoge of green trees, the union of the Missouri andt Sun river and the entire city lie spread before him in beautiful panor ama. Lifting the eyes, the I)iamond range of mountains to the west, th...

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 August 1890

The Semi eIy Tribune. VOLUME VII.---NUMBER 81. EAT FALLS, MOTANA, S DAY AUGUST 16, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTSh Webser's Unabrd ge .tonary Given Away, An elegant, stylish nd complete' line of ilk Japanese Hand erchiefs in all colors, cluding blacks, black rders and the latest d--crepe borders-- st opened. Come JFI N1° We have just receiv- to d another lot of ele- d ant goods in this line, omprising everything hi hat is, new and desira le for summer wear. e ur line of Neckwear s certainly the prettiest n this part of the coun- C Ir. Ah! "here is where we we shrri." TheJ.age anmi t complete lne of ati of every decri ti be found Iih .t S heretotorse un~,a oif Our stoat of Bhota Ib cOmplotlt'l e iver detal. Everything now ,ia Sumnder Cloth ing at priee that o qht to sell these. Don't ito give tus fa l whe 1t want of a it ihn in 't dag, tAk Capt, Genia' Fradring Goods and Boots and Bhoes. Respoattally, Tl B$$S ANIDREW JUNaR*, Prop. Nort door to JIrot NgnWapl lank, THE COMING STATE CAMPAIG, Th...

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 August 1890

OFYMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. A dmnocratic tate Ionaventiaot will be held at laleesa, Mat., on Mondnt , Stpt. 11. 1010, forathe urpeea of noa intine g a candldate fer reree enative i eongrees, nd to transact such other bnusinesae s ay Ieroper I. come within the prov ince of said eneontn. t1 I'e dcemocatic cuanty eommittees of tile severel cunties in the state ore reuoeeted to call aonventions in their re tipetie tousies at s early a dalte a. ractit-' ble to eloctdelcgate ad altnates to the state convention, ant l nointe candidates for sate senators in countirs whore vacmaliea occur. The several counties In tle state will be entitled to reprenatattin ast follows: saverhenl i ..... ............................. 7 Cscaden... .......... .......... 8 C hote u ... . ...... . . . 8. eester ......... ........ ..... ... Daewson . ................... . ............... D eer Lode ........... .......... ., .......... na , . . . ...... ;..·.. .;..;........;.. ;.; :. ' . : 11 Jeffer o .t . ..... ...

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 August 1890

STILl O lS IB TIN RLATES, Senator Plumb TIhrows a Bombshell Into the MeKinley Camp. HE PROPOSES A TIN PLATE BOUNTY, And Makes the Sugar Bounty Scehenfe Serve as a Precedent For the Other. Shelbyville, Indiana, is Still Disturbw(l by the Natural Gas Phenomenon. WAsneoTrou, August 14.-The tariff biff was taken up today, the pending question being Vest's amendment, offered last Monday, to reduce the duty on tin plate (paragraph 187, page 28) from 2 2-10 to 1c per pound, Senator Mitchell ad dressed the senate in defence of the high protective system as being the policy to which the republican party stands com mitted. Senator Plumb gave notice of an amendment which he would offer to strike out of paragraph 187 the provision imposing a duty on tin plate and to add to the paragraph a provision to pay to manufacturers od tin plate made in the United States a bounty of % cent per pound. WNAT MOODY sAID. WAsnueoreo, August 14.-In his speech in favor of higher duty on tinplates SBenator Moody ...

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 August 1890

GREAI FALLS TO VANCOUVER, Rev. J. Reid Writes Interestingly of His Tourney Toward the Island. CROSSES THE CASCADE MOUNTAINS. And Arrives in the Growing City of Tacoma, Where lie Meets a Friend. Notes on the Way--The Broadwater Natatorium and Missoula Fields of Golden Grain. lSleoia correspoandence of the TanuBNa. Str. City of Kingston, Aug. 8,1890. DEAR TRtl'rNE:-As you solicited a few scratches on my Journey to the far west, I will fulfil my promise by a brief word or two upon "things in general." First, I realize powerlully that I am not in the bright, clear-albeit rather warm -climate ot Montana, for a thick fog en velops the Al tsfan boat City of Kingston, erstwhile on the lHudson river, and as she steams away the hissing of her pro peller and the toot of her fog whistle are the only present evidences of our actual progress, savew the wavelets Irom her bow, which ore ison lost in the foggy whiteness beyond. Landmarks we have none, but speed on, ip faith that the good captain wil...

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. — 20 August 1890

The Semi- Weekly Tribune. ý rb ttrE ' VTT .-U. . 84.t E s- .. IRa_ GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY AUGUST 20, 1890. I'IICE FIVE (N'I T . . .L .., I . . I l , r , - . ..nr .- . . . ..7. . _.. .. .. . . . . . . . Welster's hi~aldgel Dic Sary Given Away. FALL GOODS Pouring In. The most carefully se lected stock in the country. NEW ANDb' UNIQUE, Readlly to show our patrons ie hand- I somdi asbrtineat of Pall ('lothina ever brought to (Ireat Falls. Tailor - Made Suits ! We are now prepared to show a com plote line of tailor-made garments in Three and Four-button Cutaway Froeks, square out; Is well as Cutaay backs, in elegant imported Wereteds, comprising almost every conceivable pattern. These goods are thdroughly made an every re1 spect, being thdroughly shalnk in the piece before malking tad lined and trim med with the best peesible mateial. 0 Tbee germl pat In evuely way ua s aesi the price. Fall Overeoats ! A"nobby" and tasty line of these goods just opened in all styles, including t...

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. — 20 August 1890

GtREAT FALLS TRIBUNE 0osl.tJsr 1 tLr ND SN-WRKgL A N'i TRiBUNE PUBLIBIIINB COMPAINY. , ch I INixinruAT0DIe SUBSCRIPTION RATES. the Meil subcrtiptions must be pid in ad oe. di nAiLW. s uKz-w iT. ne.yr bySmall,1 neIr ymil,dl*S izmonths m "le i5 : mtkt i .LEO nh O~ne month' L. Three month" 1.0 One weak, ny oasnner, t BiSngle copy...... o A i lcity .nhberbers to Daily delivered by carrier no fro Aderstiine rates itrniahed on appliati oon. T;he iLcrnlaslon of the Tlribune in nthem did M ·tana is gsnnrsutlo ttl oncoedthat of Y pa- he oer publlshid in the state .aoscrlers desiring tmheir address ohan d fop musset send their former addre; this hniled b Q ramembered. l Addroen T .rtone PULIsnINe 0o31M.A , sC S .ret Falls. Montana. hie NO. a828. IB GT NATIONAL DI AN OF GREAT FALLS. to th. Authorized Capital, Si,ooo,ooo. pi, PaidUp Ca pital. $2ri50,lO . m OFFICERS: by SE. COLLINR S . .. . Presiden L. C. PHELrS . Vice-President d A E DIC.IEMA, • • . .ashier e D E. 'L'RAC, . . . Ass't CO shie: a...

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. — 20 August 1890

CARTER'SF ATES B1G JOKE Be Goes For the Northern Paelfl Very Mildly in a Mineral Land Bill. CARTER REPORTS IT FAVORABLY. The Bill Will Not be Consideredac, at this Late Hour and ci Will go Over. ri ci It Carter ,Will Thus Delude Miners With the Prospect of Friendly ti Legislation. d WAstmoroa, Augaust 18.--Representa- 01 tive Cartet of Mantana today reported to C the house from the committee on mines t and mining a bill to provide for the ex aminastion and classifloation of certain ' mineral lands, etc. It authorizes the secretary of the interior to speedily cause all the lands In Montana and Idaho within the land grtlt and nldemnity land g' grant limits of the Northern Pacific Rail- 8 road company to bhe extaned and classi- t fed by competent persnns with special W reference to the)i lineral or non-mineral e charaltef, a.ft to reject, cancel and dlsal- t low any and ani Claims or filings hereto- b fore mnade, or which may hereafter be Pt made, by or on behalf of the railroad ot com...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 20 August 1890

IMPRESSIONS OF GREAT FALLS b ga th Mr. lbuar, of Waiukesha, Wisconsin, C Writes of the (ity's cc Futulre. s gi at DEEMS IT PARTICULARLY BRIGHT, a The Great Falls & Cianada Railway e a ('ompanny Hold a Meeting Here. A Large Party of Helelna and Other o Folks Are ('amping Out There. FAVitORABLY IIIMPRESSID. 31Ir. LIiari. of Waukesha. Writes Interest ingly of1 Great Falls. Mr. 1. E. Labor, of Waukeshi, Wis.. has sent to the Freeman of that city some interesting letters relative to his visit to lMontua. IIe writes in part as follows: t Forty-three miles southwestward from BIlatoini, Great Falls is reached. This Ilmrvelos place, but a few years oldl, hasb Spreslent pioplation of 5,000O, and in the next census it will be classed among the leading cities of the lnited States. Hiere are situated the imiglty falls of tile Ilis scuri, explored and made famous by Lewis and (larke, undler Jefferson's ad minitration in 1804-5. Here the great torrent of water, clear as crystal-formed from tho...

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