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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 June 1891

THE BTON F THE BOSTON FINE SUITS! ; ,. TAILOR-MADE CLOTHING! FASHIONABLE SUITSI K: TAILOR-MADE TROUSERS! STRONG SUITSI TAILOR-MADE GARMENTS! . --- . .------ .~ WE WOULD RESPECTFULLY .CALL YOUR ATTENTION.= To the fact that our stock is the Largest and Most Complete in all its different Departments in Northern Montana, as well as the Lowest in Price. We pride pride oursehlves upon being the "Pioneers of Low Prices" in this part of the world, for it is acknowledged by everyone that we were the first to cut down the old-time war prices on Clothing and Boots and Shoes in Great Falls, and have ever since been selling goods at Eastern prices. * OUR GLOTHING STOGK IS THE BEST ASSORTED * 1': made a specialty of such durable goods as the Oregon City Woolen Mills, which are undoubtedly the strongest make of woolens on the market. These goods are so well known in Montana as to need no further introduction on our part. Our lines in Imported Goods in Sacks and Cutaway Suits are complete and low i...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 June 1891

SOUTH GREAT FALLS LAND-IMPROVEMENT CO. A. E. DICKERMAN, President. J. K. CLARK, Vice.President. C. M. WEBSTER, Secretary-Treasurer. HE ATTRACTIVE TOWNSITE OF SOUTH GREAT FALLS is owned by this company. It is situated two miles south of Ninth avenue South, or about two and a half miles from the Park Hotel, in one of the most beautiful bottoms of the Missouri river. The Townsite lies along the river a distance of a mile and a quarter, and a park of cotton woods, box-elders and willows, in a belt of varying width, extends nearly the entire distance along the shore. The river at this point is broad and beautiful, and divided here and there by well wooded islands is as attractive as Broadwater bay itself. The Sand Coulee branch of the Montana central Railroad passes through the heart of the town. Its mile and a quarter water frontage, railroad facilities and proximity to town war rant that this beautiful site is destined soon to become the seat of many manufacturing and and other enterpr...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 June 1891

North Great almls Bridge. e many building enterprises r Great Falls and vicinity for re of greater importance than n bridge connecting this city I th street with North Great t any one desiring to drive to de of the river or the immense the Boston and Montana nd Refining company must issouri at First avenue north roe miles around the great river, while the new bridge you to cross directly into the th cities. This will tend to es on opposite sides of the great manufactories spring the Black' Eagle and Rain ong the river banks the re ry to them will speedily into the great city which is surround these falls in the bridge will be a "thing of well as magnitude. It will ntirely of wrought iron and approaches will he of the rial. The seven water piers cut stone masonry, while the piers will be huge iron cylin with concrete. The bridge upon solid rock at both sides. a "deck" bridge, the roadway p of, instead of through, the Its length will approximate The roadway will be twenty with a six f...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 June 1891

GREAT FALLS. MONTANA'S GREAT CENTRE. i- . o uM P 8 8 E 8 I o ? .-- s a 4 - º I.AS E- r o.. . . L.. NATUs RALo TI C A G R CET TOA& ,M E *t k grgOI GRAT51E r + sue` o, 4 S~ Mau ftC! d. . s - I ý - V o, s .+l.Rr Is u L o a o " UR __ tf *e  trt11 t... .. t *l, t .e . . , l.,, o. r t e TS * .va f -fON!TA A'Sv w ATUAL 05 °L POINT E xJN c .oaor, imra", 4t it .A r r A I SIf .1 tfortlttol, plae, memps, & iteratu, B.O Q "-_ia ' Address M.BOOkwalter tat Jgi u eentr.. .w a :" ohl C. Gret Fa s Motana.. ` +"'«t m ,,,,,,.,, .,. I illiI Ill I1 II l mii Im I I Iil I II I II I . .. _ -- iII III II. 1 - , " 3 " yý x ; f ° - T O " l.t x" ,r ý t e CT SM LH~hiH g sta s149 fob 9r

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. — 25 June 1891

HE DAILY TRIBBUN VOLUME VIII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, TIIUIRSDLY MORNING, JUNE 25, 1891. NUMBER 165 A. NATHA The Clothier, Gives special attention to m g the wants of Woolgrowers, Ranchm an Miners. ) N EXPEIfENCE of twelve years in .the cl, hing business in northern Montana wfants him in saying he knows whati wanted by the trade and is prepared to furnish it. - MOLE AGE'NTR4 POR CELEBRATED SILK, SOFT and DERBY HATS. Weekly Special Sales Are very popular. Mail ,orders will receive pronlpt attn tio; .. (;.l ' IALIS4. 't ~~ S~attaNT Great Fals Stables 0OOD STOCK -:- FINE RIGS. TERMS REASONABLE. Cor. Second Ave. S & Third St. Tele phone 126. E. W. PECK, Prop. LYNCH & HARRIS, BRICKMAKERS, Great Falls, Mont. We have now a large amount of Brick ready for the Market and at Reasonable Prices. Yard, In band Coulee Valley. Addresa LYNCH & HARRIS, oreat Falls. J. M. DAHL'S Merchant Tailoring ESTABLISHMENBT. A Full and Complete Line of Foreign and Domestic Suit ings for Spring and Summ...

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. — 25 June 1891

Architect Cobbl Interviewed by a Trib une Representative on Yes terday Afternoon. The House to Is Ilandsouiely Built. Fin inhed. nFurnishled and Fitted- A Full I)e'cription of the Ilhlding. Architect O)scar t',do, oi ('liag, hi' arrived in the city :iut i's re,.istered at t,, Park hotel. l :o'rninc of hi, ai r rival a representati\, of t!c , TVI ;l;"M s ,ailed on him it his room, l. waI courteously recived a Id 1vlio, inS I' pose was nmlde known the architect i:iinlly unrolild the pl Ins and gave the followving comphlet desc.ription: The house is situated oil Third street. between First and Secuond lavenues north. It extends along Third street seventy feet and is 115 feet deep. Of the seventy feet on the street sixty compose, the frontage and ten are devoted to an en trance leading to the dressing-roonus. The auditorium prIp.er is located on the ground floor andl is reached by an entrance on Third street. This entrance is sixteen feet deep by twenty feet in width. On the left-hand s...

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. — 25 June 1891

S--.4-- --------- --- - - SOUTH GREAT ALLS LANI-IPROVTEMENT CIO. A. E. I)ICKERMAN, President. J. K. CLARK, Vice President. C. M. WEBSTER, Secretary-Treasurer. HE ATTRACTIVE TOWNSITE OF SOLTII GREAT FALLS is owned by this company. It is situated two miles south ,1f Ninth avenue South, or about two and a half miles from the Park 1Iotel, in one of the most beautiful bottoms of the Missouri river. The Townsite lies along the river a distance of a mile and a quarter, and a park of cotton woods, box-elders and willows, in a belt of varying width, extends nearly the entire distance along the shore. The river at this point is broad and beautiful, and divided here and there by well wooded islands is as attractive as Broadwater bay itself. The Sand Coulee branch of the Montana central Railroad passes through the heart of the town. Its mile and a quarter water frontage, railroad facilities and proximity to town war rant that this beautiful site is destined soon to become the seat of many manuf...

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. — 25 June 1891

A Hundred-Dollar Prize Puzzle I It Is No Puzzle At All I Is indeed something worth striving for, but D E A L To account for the large trade Nate Wert you very rarely see one. The puzzle shown heim enjoys. By means of good goods, large here is not one of that kind. Read aright, assortment, latest styles, low prices, and the however, it is a phrase of two words, and in- kind of treatment as indicated by the forego dicates precisely and exactly what you get by ing prize puzzle, he has built up a big business. trading with It pays well to trade with NATE WERTHEIM. NATE WERTHEIM. FIRST ATIONALI BAIL. OF GREAT FALLS. MONT. Anthorised Capital .... ...........$1,00000 Paid up Capital .......................... 250,I orsouss: T. E.Collins ...................... ... Presiden J. T. Arminton ................... Vice Presideni A. Dikerman ............... :shl H. H. Matte eson o.... . Assitant (i'alCasehies DISIOTOBS" C. A. BErcdwater, Joh Lepley. Paris Gibson, Ira Myers, Robert Vaughn. H. O. Cho...

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. — 27 June 1891

/THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. _II GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 27, 1891. NUMBER 167 A1HAN, e Clothier, a] attention to meeting the wants of owers, Ranchmen and Miners. PERIENCE of twelve years in he clothing business in northern warrnnts him in saying he hati ý anted by the trade and red t, furnish it. CELEBRATED K, SOFT and DERBY HATS. Weekly Special Sales Arei very l*, Iart. luil orders will r.,ei , I,. ,p,, attrn (;It .T F.\ILS, I.ION T. xtell Stables .ivery, Feed and Sale Stable. Good Horses, Nes. Rigs and irst-Class Turnouts of every de :ription. OBT. VAUGHN, Prop. ARVON BLOCK, irst Avenue South, Great Falls. SGE L. STEVENSON, dware & Machinery. ovels, Spades, Scoops and Picxs. el Wire Nail.and S.ike.. .Agents P. Davidson SteamIuI Pump and ulic Machinery. 2 5.,od St, N. GREAT FALLS, d it on ofou rbusiness - I t's a m atter of e regret F alls, th eo l 1 S' ('olay Jn cin d today. T u s- u s' -O ur l ca tio n is probably . ISorcvl iits in- us to leave Great Falls, tle l...

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. — 27 June 1891

A HIGH AND MIGHTY KICK, The North American (Comenrcial ('ompany Has Something to .ta3. IT WANTS ITS CONTRACT TO BE KEPT I (lajimis the Hight to latch 60(.40010 Fuir teals in the Ilehring , e.l i'sheries And Hold the I'nited States lha1t No Hight to Shult it 4Iut From Its ('ontrn·t. .\ 110 KlCh. The Nrlth Amnerlcan (',Onsoerial (Cuom pany l eti t Forth II (ts Grlevance. W'.tsIsIN;ltos. June 10. The North American Comnmercial company, through its attorney, has tiled a protest with Acting secretary Spalulding of the treas ury departlient in which it recites that it has the right to take fur seals from the islands of St. l'aul and St. ( l;orge for a period of thirty years from May 1, 181tM. and that it has lnd will continum to per ftor the stilpulatins of its lease. The company states that it was assured the qulta of (t1.tONI sealskins during 18I.4I and ulpon such assiturancel sibulitttel its bid at thriee times the tiiiamounlt ipaid by thii fiorimeir tissee. t'lllln thne -iceptance of ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 27 June 1891

EEKLY TRIBUNEC V or THE FALLS. FIlAY 4 DAti.Y. I M. Biggs was yesterday ap cial deputy sheriff for Johns os. Hamilton. Blankenbaker. vice-president urity haqk and owner of a big beep at Box Elder, returned n yesterday. While there he I a prime aunch of two and -ol weathers, tine ones, which p east soon. neering and Mining Journal inst. contains an interesting article on the "Travertine De e Maminmoth Hot ~prings of stone lPerk." It is taken nth annual report of the U. I survey and was written by vey Weed. The author is In this city and vicinity. He been examining the Belt tana Stage camnpapny hIave put four-horse coaches daily be teau and Steele to connect & C. trains. Owing to esmne ith the track somewhere on here was no train from hlth terday. ~onsequently the coach came through to this s reported that there Is a asm a big cut in rates betwee'n Choteau. owing to a misinndel-r. between rival stage lines or Conductor Stevens. who een here and Butte, will leave Winnipeg on a mont...

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. — 27 June 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, SATURDAY. JUNE 27. l8s1. A MOUNTAIN OF IRON. The people of northern Montana are lbecoming accustomed to surprises and it is questionable whether the discovery of a veritable "brass" or "(;erman silver" mine would startle them out of their usual evenness of temper. The finding an:d development of inmlense coal fields; the discovering and unearthing of vast treasures of wealth in the Neihart and Barker districts; the opening up of a marble quarry four miles long by three fourths of a mile wide, anti the well known mining possibilities of the Sweet 4crass hills and the Bear Paw and Little IRocky mountains have all united in pre paring the people of this favored section for any report which may he made in re gard to metal discoveries. Therefore the rport that Mr. Ralston, of Choteau, had discovered a mountain of iron near that llace was receivel as a matter of course; no one disputing it and every one be lieving that the limit of the mineral dis coveries in Northern ...

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. — 27 June 1891

EEKLY TRIBUNE. l d OF THE FALLS. aria Gibson returned yester e east and was most cordially v S home by the people of this e rejoiced to earn that he is roved in health. rt that the wagon bridge i creek at Riceville has been 3 ayis erroneous. Mr. Wells ' dge is all right and wants to r h tarted the story. A. Bonesteel recorded yes arranty deed from H. M. ux. for the north half of the the southeast quarter of the 1 uarter of section 21, in town- I h, of range 2 east. of July posters ssued by LJethbridge are gems of the Sart. If the number of via- I at city and vicinity to Great Fourth is as large and ato the News nosters our city tly honored by the visit. Grege recorded yesterday a . H.Barbour et ux., of Hel ,000O worth of property in I t Falls. Fifteen thousand I h of the property goes to the I pany and the rest to Cascade 1 the construction of the Fif- 1 t bridge. great year for the merchants ood stocks of umbrellas and s. The rain for about half terday was a perfect down. I n came ...

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. — 27 June 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE PmULIasD DAILY AND WESrLY BY THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY tINcORPOuATED.1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subseriptions most be paid in advance. DAILY. I WEEKLY. One ear.bly maU,P10.0 J One year. by mail. t Siz months, " 5.00 Six months, " I One month. " t 1,UThree monthl." I*" oue week, by carrier,2l linle copy, - Adi city sabecribersto Daily delivered by carrier. Advertising rats furnishedl on application. The circulation of the Tribune in Northern Montana is guaranteed to exceed that of any pa. pelr published in the state. Sobecrihbers deelring their address changed mast send their former address this should he remembered. Address: TuIssa PUBLInStlin ('OMIPANY, (treat Falls. Montana. SATI1tDAY. JUNE 27. 1891. SOLI .1iG.1IN. And now col.es the C'hicago Tribune in a lengthy editorial in which the writer sells the great Anaconda mine for 82I). 0tL.tMt0 to a foreign syndicate. backed by the Rothechilds. This. we believe. is the second or third time this immense lrop ert...

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. — 27 June 1891

G COMMERCIAL UNION Franme i Left Ont of the -Germany and Austria In It. ULARS ARE KEPT SECRET nown No Trade Relations. Formed 'Without Con sent of All. nild Terriblle estructive e -The Wialla Walla Itynchers. ASTERN STOHIS. MiMleuti Again Devastated by Severe Stourus. CO'rr, June 20. -The south rt of Kansas was visited by rms last night causing great Sluch damage to property rmor ls(l damage to growing storm was of a different na rent places. At Fort Scott form of a cloud-burst and at City a cyclone and at Emporia tsib Its effects were the same, erever its fury was felt. led, houses blown over, away, fences swept away hed and laid low. tt the water poured down hour. the storm having the of a cloud-burst. )11nmq of ck run, which Ilows through of the city, were washed away .ek was swelled to a vast pro ding bottoms for fIur and lep and endangering the lives milies who reside there. 'The of houses escaped as coouldl. some climined trees. ra were rescued by rescuing hInts. ()One of the ...

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. — 27 June 1891

A Hundred-Dollar Prize Puzzle! It Is No Puzzle At AllI Is indeed something worth striving for, but D E A L To account for the large trade Nate Wert you very rarely see one. The puzzle shown heim enjoys. By means of good goods, large here is not one of that kind. Read aright, assortment, latest styles, low prices, and the however, it is a phrase of two words, and in- kind of treatment as indicated by the forego dicates precisely and exactly what you get by ing prize puzzle, he has built up a big business. trading with It pays well to trade with NATE WERTHEIM. NATE WERTHEIN IOWA'S UNTERRIFIED MEET, They Nominate the Winning Ticket Amid the Most Enthusiastic Applause. BOLES RENOMINATED BY ACCLAMATION. A Stirring Set of Resolutions Which are Adopted Without a Dis senting Vote. Iowa D)emorats Sound on the Silver Question-They Favor High License. IOWA DEMOCRATS. They Pass a Ringing set of Resolutions and Favor Free Coinage of Silver. OrrT.MwA, June 24.-The democratic state convention was ...

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