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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 23 August 1890

he _emi_ cTribune. VOLV1U VII.--N.UMB~E 87. GREAT FALLS, MONTA-NA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS rite, OaNy. Poring In. 1'he most tarefully se Iecte4 stock in the couyntry. NEWAI I1N;IQi, Reedy tu69 ,, our patrona the band eomeet " of 'G B1al (lbtblnE dyver brougbhW~et TefltnI. TailQ Wle Suits! We iarepoew prepared to show a com plet. lla of taller-made garmenn. In Three e~ad. ourbutton Cutaway Frocks; square c$, as Well as Outaway !lacks, In elegant inrported Worateda. oompisalng almost esvet~l oncetable pattern. Thesee goods asho oughtly cnade in every re spect, being thoroughly shrunk In the piece before maklng and Ilined and trim med wclit the -bee i peilbe mnaterial.' These garm~eta are to every way as good us any madleto oReeL*b a tje euek. helf the pk ce. Fall Overiats! A "nobby" andl tsty Ulne of these goods just opened in all styles, includiag the latest fasdtbe. nglah Box OCt. NIow is the right time. "pet one of these gar menta. Glos ! Gloves ! In thise t we ...

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. — 23 August 1890

GCEAT FALLS TRIBUNE moausaery -"ur+I .NL SI-wsaU trhi THE TRIBUNE EUBLISIIING COMPANII. y e[ SUI3SCRIPrION RATES. &lilt snubsriptions must be paid in advMone. DAILt. samW 'yL neyer.bmal, 1.i I Onyee bym , banil0 At IS months, e5.00 n months 1.50 tOne month 1.00 These monteH" i D (ne week, roy arrier, 2 Siingle enp....... A lielty subecribers to Daily delivered by carrier Advertiene ratee rnnished on appitimtionfl I Tee ocieoantion of the Tribune in northern M Suten is gusneteed to exceed that of ray& er pnbliehed in the state onaoennoers desiring their address chaene must send their former e ddeee; this sholtle ii rnemebered. AddresS TFll uste Peau1LSen ComeAl, p 'Areat Feie, Motansa. b NO. 3as6 iS'I T NATIONAL BANK c ;OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid Up Capital, $250,000. t OFFIOER$: f E. COLLINS, . . . President L. G. PHeLPS Viee-President & E DIGEERMAN. . .. ashier D L. TIAC, . . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORB: C. A. BBOADWATERt JOHN LEPLEY. PARIS GIMSO...

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 August 1890

BMM tHlE ANIOUS SEATS He Denies That He Sold Stock to Peasion Oe1e Em ployes. 000PER BIECOME INDISOANT, a.um Also Denies That .e Showed Undue Preference to Anyone, put Adnlite He Had Money Dealings With o Pension Agent. WAsanaorow, August 21.-The Raunm investigation was resumed this morning. Cooper, who made the charge, made a brhet paplalation of his position, after whichl Raum took the stand. The wit nems denied that any employs of the pen sion office, sate himeself, ever owned any stock in the refrigerator company and consequently the clarge that employes had been promoted because of such own ership was false. Cooper then demanded to see the books of the company, but Raum re'teed to produce them. He.was willing that the members of the coinmittee inspect the stoclk book tf the company, but not that it should go into the records. Raum said Cooper gave to the press everything he got hold of and Iad made public doc uments entrusted to him for the inspec tion of the committee on rules...

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 August 1890

1 tIVE SILYER IRN AIU bHUmi Martin Barrett Has Struckl it ' in the Boston.Atlantis Mine. UL8 FOUND IN THE HOPE MIlE. Opinions of a lound Obserwver om the Future of Great Falls. white BElm Wins the Qttsr Mile Dash at the North Meithane Fair (woitads S Lanother leh Mtrike l a Neliar . Fok eight years pat Mr. Bartett has ben working fait.fully and he caiutl Otply as his means wottidatit oasthe l,~iA 4tlantis mine of Nehart. A tun 'i.S,. 860 feet, besides various sh6 4 SiNadl as evidence of hits i bdut, .1 o thbis was dead work but he wae codf i dt he had a mine and kept ri t along driving the tunnel. A few da.y agis he wparewarded by striking in the tuhtbl a large body of ore whloh fkl1 e d 0 with native silver. The lead atJ tlpoint , einight feet in width and there it rsout three feet of the rich ope, It haesbil etplored for some distanod and the .dladi oations are it Is one of the moseat impo* Met strikes yet made in' the .camp. The roston Atlantis is In the vicinity of the Moulton a...

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 August 1890

he Semi-We kely Tribune. th .t. n GRE.AT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY, AU(GUST 10, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENT kPafnha' a Jtn 'li 1 iW I W.un m n. II l ri r I . Is WRON .ATRON O. Ir ....... .I_........ ... . ........-.. _ ..-.. . - i Wester's U .labi kil-I tii QGiven Away. oturing In. The most carefully se lt d~ stock in the country. NEW AND IlIUEt:U S0+We Are Pemdy ead .y,~ how ouir patrons the hand romeet aiukitant of Fall Clothing ever brought to Great Falls. TaioP'- Made Suits We are now prepared to show a com- t lete line of tailor-made garmentas in hree and IPour-button COtaway Frocks I quare oe, as pell es O'tapay acks, io legant lipqiitd Worteds, omprilag !most evvy conceivable pattern. TW oods a g thorouly made int evMer - peA., being ,po~pbly haltink In. o !" wiee b.eoa ap ng and ia i t *lItinfaif t p f .gat here irpiente in ever way a aayianade t odel'milia and not oey test fed, the agltish Box Out. Now a the right time. Get one of these gar- 1 G0oves ! Glo0es ! In this department ...

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. — 30 August 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE aj eutleanstl' 14tLLAND) sXUI-WKZaLT THE TRIBONE PUBLISHINB COMPAItY, (tO)OcPOareAoD] I SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Malt sbscriptions mast be paid in advneM O ADiLT. SeMr.WSmiLT. neyar bymail, 110.00 OSn ymr, by mail, µ0U e monthe, 5.81 emonihs" 1.0 OnesSmoeths t" 1. TW e week, ay carrier2, Single copi....... g5 A it city eubheribers to Dailydelivered by carrier a Advertising rates tarnished on appslstlon. The circlaltion of the Tribune in northern 0 M cntana is an ot'Sel t enxceed that of say pa per published in the state nsecrldsra desiring their addreses ohanbg amust send their former addres; this eould hbe s.cnmbered. Addess: Tnanocn PLan.Gatzf Oaaom e, e.rat Fals. lanntn a e NO. 8626. f1IIST NATIONAL BANK :OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $250,000. I OFFIOERS a T E. COLLINS, . . . President f L. 0(. Patpe . . Vice-President A E DaoaRsseta. . . . Cashier D L. ThSAo, . . . Aess't Cashier UIHEOTOR8: 0l aBROADWATER, JOHN LEPLEY. P.RI8 GIB...

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. — 30 August 1890

lIELEill OUt IIII WEW J The Winners Were Black Pilot, Zeneo phon, Circle J. and Ollie Benljamin. FOUR WRAS WERE RUN YESTERDAY. Zora, Neednore and Zenephon Com peted in the Birst Race. (llie Belflatin, Sir Henry and Gold Bar'Competed in the Mile an a Half Run. HtaLwa, August $S,-(Special to the TaRtatit]--ln the special stallion trot, which canme of this morning, the starters were Black Pilot, Montana Wilkes and DeSoto. P. B. C. had been entered but was scratched. Black Pilot sold a favor. te in the pools. Here is the summary: .ack Pilot ................. .g: , " MontaW. ...............1, , 2 Deoto..................8, ', 8. Time, 9:99; 9:41; 9:88. Mutuala paid $9.50; $9, and $7. The first regular race was the five fur longs running handicap for two year olds with Zora, Needmore and Zenophon as starters. After much scoring the 'horses got away together and kept in company until the home stretch was reached, when Zenophon forged a trifle ahead and kept this distance comlng under the wi...

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. — 30 August 1890

GREAT ACTIVITY IN NEIHARTI New Locations Cause Considerable Stir in the ('amp. THE BUSIEST CAMP IN MONTANA. Mr. Armington Vists the Savage Mline and Finds it Sat isfalntory. Good Results Achieved at Logging (reek-G-eneral News of the Camp. NEHIIA.r, August 27.-There seems to ib an undercurrent of excitement which is tahorbing every man in this camp. Ev erybody is planning to get hold of ground. Some fractions in the town have been lucated by three or four different parties, one as a stone placer, another as a town site and still another as aquartz lotle. This will lead to litigation in the future. The certainty of the advent of the rail road has filled the camp with new life. Every man who can hanlldle pick or shovel is at work. The little developed mines are working lrge forces of men, while Ilp'ospectors are busy scratching the nountaintl sides looking for new leads. It is estimated that there are 100 men at work In the mines and nearly as many more who are representing their clai...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 3 September 1890

The Semi-Weekly Tribune. VOLUME VII.---NUMBEI Webster's Unabrdged Di- 'S tionary Given Away. ,, CO ThII FALL - GOODS Pouring in. mc att 'he most carefully se- " lected stock in the ET Yc country. Jo Al EW AND UNIQUE, U Jo 2.1 thl owWe~ AReady 86 01 Ready to show our patrons the hand- J mest assortment of Fall Clothing eser TI rought to Great Falls. an an Tailor - Made Suits! a wl an We are now prepared to show a com- El lets line of tailor-made garments in 01 hree and Four-button Cutaway Frocks, (i uare cut, as well as Cutaway Sacks, in Ti legant imported Worsteds, comprising tfo Imost every conceivable pattern. These oods are thoroughly made in every re pect, being thoroughly shrunk in the th ,pce before making and lined and trim- ri ed with the beet possible matsrial. fi hese garments are in every way as good so any "made to order" suits and not over se alf the price. Fall Overcoats ! eS A"nobby" and tasty line of these goods i ust opened in all styles, including the atest fad, 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. — 3 September 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNEi ,.U81,s1391, -LI AND S I-WLI·X4L THE TRIBUNE PUBLISiINRG COMPAIL. ImooronEATID] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mall snbheriptions must be paid is advance. i :montn i . i m ths Onemonth I. Thres months" 10 In Week, apotarrier, Single copy,.. .... Sil city ubscribers to Dally delivered by carrier Advertising rates furnished on appiatiaon. ['he sircniaton of the 'Iribane in northern M ataams is gaeraattted t,, exosed that of Ay pa 0or ypblishd in the state ansacrtart desiring their address ahanged aust send their faormer addrese; this shoulbe ressmembered. Address: Tasu la PUB'LIsnate CorANIT, ireat Falls, Mtotans. NO. 8626. FIRST NATIONAL BANI ,OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, Si,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFIOERB: T E. CoLLINS, . . . . President L. G. PHELPS . Vice-President A E DICKERMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRACY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: 0. A. BROADWATERI, JOHN LEPLEY. PARIS GIBSON. IRA MYERS. OrERT VAUGHN, H. O. CIIOWEN, I T. ARMINGTON, A geneal bankin...

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. — 3 September 1890

The City of Milbourne Alarmed Special Constables bworn ia. W"OL DI$CUSSED IN CONOREEs. The Treasury Bu)s RSao Silver-It Pays Neatly I1.20 per O.nee Thetidor. The Lakeview ilouse, Elkhart, Wis. costin, Destroyed by Fire. M.Lntotrax~ August 29.-Special con stables have been enrolled to guard the city in view oa thrtatened note. The city is without ge and the suburbs are dimly lighted. the shipping companies are employing don-union men. The wharf. men at New Zealand ports have struck. The iteirce between New Zea land ueenoilsed is, partly maintained by non-union meif. The oflicers of five of the Sew Zeaidld company's steamers have toueudi. io join the strike. The employers udiel has sent a letter to the maydd of Y EiMtutne saying no partial settlela.Ot of the labor disputes will be satisftlbttry. The positiou, the letter says, requlyee a thortugh and asimultaneous settledbte ._ he i aleas Beacohed. W ilNl tl ugot 9.-Schedule I, relyt to i ,01 a.nd manufactures of wool ,v Niea 8 pby byt...

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. — 3 September 1890

A IT FALLS IS GOi G ARE Signs of Advancement on Every 8 -A Trip Over the Motor Lile. W01K AT THE GREAT DAM AND SiI A Power Station Built NeBar , Eagle falls-A I9w' S fual Dynamo. SVi ot of Major Maginnla to t I s -Agreeably Srpi I *ths a* Progress ad. Ta ing the, motor at'the Pakth i tel the irav: er soon oandsathltmlitf the esoh side amid new housa that $.ave ill spropg up this spring. On turia g the coaner at sixth aoenue, qme tempqrary r,.. ies appear whah oughitR*e place 40sametbing more coul aba.tl before S Water comes. In buildipg, t1 south side holds its own. It W11 ble4ia by the motor whlch enables people to go shop ping up town and return without intch delay. It lesurpriiaiog Ihow fr' t l in utre' ride on the oats will take ple'pe l the residence districts. ,Theis aneuti 'a rapid settlement of the, south ide ntb Prospect hill and perhaps btayond. Above mouth iNntein(ttee t bullding. are ocattered. The nOwe see stian baded are useful here, for the .ldoi0 14 bll t might be po...

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. — 10 September 1890

T'he Semi- Weekiy Trl VOLUM v -MBER 102. G(REAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 10, 1890. elsts Dnabidged i)ic S ion&7 Given Away, F iALL .GOODS Pouring In. The most carefully se lected stock in the country. NEW AD UNIQUE, No WeKAe Reldy Ready to show our patrons the he4- someat assortment of Fall Clothina ever brought to Great Fails. Tailor - M.4e Suits ! We are now prepared to show a com plete line of tailor-made psrments in Three and. our-button Cutaway Frocks, square ott, as well a, Cutaway acks, into elegant imported Worateds, comprising )lnmost every concelvablepattern. These goods are thoroughly made in every re 'aptet, being thoroughly shrunk in the piece before making and lined and trim med with the beet peossible material. -- _ Isny-nsuds oeee-rdeeý-sareýia d ns .half the price. Fall Overoats ! A"nobby" and tastyltne of these goods just opened in all styles, including the latest fad, the English Box Cut. Now is the right time. Get one of these gar ments. Gloves ! G...

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. — 10 September 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE I eU.HaD M'sY AND eNIm.Wm Lr THE TRIBUNE PUBLISBHIN COMPANI, reoaoarnasgm] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mul subcriptions must be paid in advanoe. DAILY. ,N.WU, 3Y. One month 1.t Three months" l.B00 One week, oD carrler. d Single oIy ...... 5 A i cciy subcribers to Daily delivered by arrier Advertislng nte trnished on DppIieation. The ircuitAton of the Tritbune in nRthern EMItna is rntoed t' encee that of Say BP nr pabliehM intho stte Unosoribera desiring their addess angead mnuSt end their former addres; thi ahouds be remembeDed. eddYeY: TIDUnts. E PUaLsmGo COAraY,. GNreYt al1e, MuntAns. NO. 8525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFIOERS' T E. COLLINS, . . . . President L, . . PHELP . . Vice-President A E DIOKERMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRACY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: 0. A BBOADWATEB, JOHN LEPLEY. PARIS GIBSON. IRA MYERS. OBEBT VAUGHN, . O. CHOWEN, I T. ARMINGTON, A gneral banunIn buemeas transaoted. nzhan...

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. — 10 September 1890

E TARIFF TALK TO SOON END Vote on the Bill Will be Reached .Wedaaedy. RAUM INVESTIOATION CONTINUES. ther Efbrt' to Wreabt a Passenger Train on the New York Central. Vice Presieat of the World's Fair.Combenion Resigns and Makes a Big Ado AboUt it. AEnvtrONt, Sept. &-When the sen took a recess this afternoon it was expectation of Aldrich, in charge of tarif bill, that it would be ordered to third reading in tithe to reach a final before adjournment tomorrow. But re are some amendments to the bill to offered n the seate. It is now be considered in committee of the whole Senator Gorman does not believe it able to reach a vote before Wednee y. By an arrangement made today drich and Carlisle, who have been in rgo of the tariff bill for their respec a sides, will reserve their formal chee upon the measure until the re t of the conference committee is pre ted. They are both so worn out by strain of the past few weeks that paration of speeches is Imposelble be the vote on the passage of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 10 September 1890

,OR THE MIHtRS. oft, of the Hills and Home- T Stocked and Arrange- p aents Made to Com- > mence Work. Ant wee last A STRONG COMPANY ORGANIZED. on Dei An Average Assay of Ore From the ter, Butler No. 2, in Barker, Goes $421.90 Per Ton. The Security Bank Organized and Ub Ready for Business--General I Local News. - the Articles of incorporation of the Queen me of the Hills Mining company were filed in with the secretary of state Saturday. vei The organization of this company is due Ch largely to the efiorts of D. F. Smith of St. Paul, who has worked earnestly to bring the interested parties together. no The incorporators are Chas. E. Conrad, be C. P. Downing, D. F. Smith, C. L. Parker no and .1. L. Neihart. C. P. Downiug, J. L. Neihart and O. E. Conrad will serve as un trustees for the company. The properties cn belongingto the company are the Queen th of the Hills, the Homestake, the O'Brien in and the Leopard, all adjoining and lying in the center of the richest belt of the N Neih...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 13 September 1890

Jaont a he Semi-Weekly Tribune. UoLi ni z.-tm n 10 5. -GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATI'RDAY SEPTEMBER 13, 1890. PRICE FIVE CUIN':T W ebter's nabridgil - / .t vivn Away. ?LL * GOODS Pouring In. The. tWt catefully se lected stock in the country. NEWIAND UN4IIE,, Rl ta patt6o (a:ead somaOt assortment of Fall Cloitfi k ever brought to Great Falls. Tailor - Made Suit ! We eiv now prepared to show a com- I plete lllq t't}of-made garments in t Three asj '¶*luton Cutaway Frocks, I square oc Jid fr OCutaway backs, in I elegaot Imported Woreteds, cdmprisng almostrvery cnetlvable pattern. These I goodsa tAhorujlY made in every re epect, tlbakhtly shrank nl the I piece ab~.t. m-sud lined and trim med with the .be.t possible nauteaif. These garments are It evey way as s a df a slordereafts and i l teh price. Fall Oemat ! A"noby" sand tatyline of these goods Just oýee t 'all' styles, Itoluading the latest fad,'the Engls BloD Bo tt. Now is the right time. Get one of these gar ments. Gloves ! Gloves ! I...

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. — 13 September 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE ,UU L url n a-'w.ILuleU s ui.WaI. L In THE TRIB1UNE PUBISIIlING COMPAUN. 1e4 neoooeOATne] elee - lust SUBSCRIPTION RATES. the Mail snbecriptioe mtt be paid in advance. Mal italit, se5.w55T. DeAIs.by., o $ I ,r, by tlS. $8. n ixmonths, ~ ,, a mi ooths 1. bee tnemonth lu0 T'hreemo nthsat1" l ot e wek, oy carrier, I Single opy,...... it city soubcribe t Dailydelivered b aorrier I can Adertisiang rates tornished on application. Tees eireusataon of the 'l'libune in northern pe S.tanan is seare.ta. the -coedthat esarPa- the ser published in the state uaostotu ddeiritg heir addresa ehsad the must eeud their r 1 Cdr.s this ehod be the remembered|. ut Addresas: TusoNEN I'lItaS INO COMPANI, Great Fails, 61.mtonn ,t. NO. 8525.0 FilSl NTIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. ire tot Authorizel Capital, $l,ooo,ooo. e Paid-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFIOERB: jor T E. Co..is, . . President inO L. G. PHELPS . . Vice-President fe A E DIoKRMAN, . Cashier le D L. TaoA, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTOR...

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 September 1890

OUR WASHIIGTiO BUOBE Senator Morgan Talks Four Hours on the Land Forfeiture Bill. THE RAUM INVESTIOATION ONHTINUES. Republican Senators in Caucus Fix Up a Programme for the Rest of the Session. The IUatmOUs Faree Bill is not on the List, totwithetanding the Reselutions of the Butte Convention. WAsr'eoro*, Sept. 11.-The house bill t for the sale of certain lands for school purposes in the town of Peliaos, Wta., was repOrted to the. senate today from 1 the committee on public lands and placed on the calendar. Mrg an the Iorilttae BilL. The resolution ofered yesterday by Morgan ntlling on the secretary of the interior for information as to lands of the Northern Pacifio Railway company, and of other companies whose roads were not u completed within the period flied by the a granting act, was taken up, discussed and agreed to On motion of Plumb, the s conference report on the ralroad for- b telture bill, was taken up. The main proposition in the teport is containoed in ti the frst sectOn...

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. — 13 September 1890

SOME BIG REAL ESTATE DEALS, The Great Falls Realty Company Make Extensive In vestments. MORE BOSTON CAPITAL COMES IN. Two Additional Mammoth Blocks to Be Built This Fall. The Superintendent of the Moulton Mine Sends Gais News to Diamolnd lR Stock holders. IMPORTANT REAL. ESTATE DEALS. Two More Fie iloake to be auIlt This Year i Gmreat Falls The Great Falls Realty company, which was organized this week, is a solid cor loration and has already consummated derls the amount of which runs up into the thousands. Stock in this company has been subscribed by a number of the solid men of the town and its future suc ceses is assured. The first purchase of the company was the northwest corner lot on Central ave nue and Second street for $25,000. On this lot the company will erect a brick and stone biock at least three stories high, 50 feet wide by 150 feet lone and as hand sone as any building in the city. The company will commence work at once and if possible finish it before winter sets in. ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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