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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 17 September 1890

he Semi- Weekly Tribune, VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 108. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 17, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENT; elteW Unabridged Dic tiwa Given Away. FALL GOODS Pouring In. The most carefully se lected stock in the country. NEW AND UNIQUE, NowWe AeReady Ready to show our patrons the hand somelt assortment of Fall Clothing ever brought to Great Falls. 'aloOt- Made Sulits ! We are now prepared to show a com plete line of tailor-made garments in t Three and Fodr-betton Cutaway Frocks, square cut, as well as Cutaway lacks, In elegant imported Worsteds, comprising almoit every conceivable pattern. These a goods are thoroughly made In every re speet, being thoroughly shrunk in the piece before making and lined and trim med with the bet possible material. These garments are in every way as good j as any "made to order" suits and not over , half the price. Fall Overcoats! A"nobby" and tastyline of these goods just opened in all styles, including the latest fad, the English Box Cut. No...

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. — 17 September 1890

('HEAT FALLS TRIBUNE :nncteDNII~' 'LILY INS SEAR-WIIMLl THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING C0OIIANI. FIAOOaPOaATua] SUBSCRIPTION RAZES. Mai .bsuciptiaons mast be paid in advance. DAILY. I SZt-WURXLt.Y mISS bymli ~i We iap in by mail, pg.m tIE ila motahs 1.60 namonth '.: Threea mot" 1.0 floe Week, oy onmer-a Iings copy,...... 6 cI auity sabascibea to ()ailydelivred by carrier Advertising raten furaished on appiiation. Ihe circlataon of the Tribaes i Inorthme mtataana ta maraetoid f t" ced that o foly pa per aablishea ia tha sitat yainaonoora dasiring their addrass hansged Imustssad their formsr addreas; this sauld be rsemmberad. Addesmla Tassiaa Pt5uJ a lN COMYANY Limi Pauls MpaltiA. NO. as52. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $r,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $2t60,i00o. OFFIOERS: T E. COLLINS, . •. . Prosident L. 0. 'HrLPS . . Vice-President A E DICRERMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRAoC, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORB: 0. A. BROAOWATER, JOHN LEPLEY. PARIS GIBSON. IRA MYEIIS. ROBERT V...

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. — 17 September 1890

W, W, OIx1 FOR CONGRESS, Butte's Unequalled Attorney Receives M the Unanimous Nomination p for Representative. CONFIDENT AND JUBILANT DEMOCRATS. a' PC Judge DeWolfe and Martin Maginnis W, Make Eloquent Speeches- It The Stalte Stealers DenoUnced. th A trong Platform Adopted-Resoliu. tions Which Have the True m Ring--Free Silver Coin- W age Favored. ar HEL.N.aA, Sept. 18.-[Special to the to Tatsutr.]--The convention was called to order at Ming's opera house at noon by he Marons Daly, chairman of the state cen- 01 tral committee. W. H. Todd, secretary, a0 read the call. hi On motion of Middleton of Custer, T. to E. Colliis was nom:nated by acclamation am for temporary chairman. In a happy speech he thanked the convention for himself and the lusty young county of Cascade. n J. E, Kanouse was elected temporary he secretary. E. A. Rtngwald was made a member of the committee on credentials, h J. . Clairk on order of business and W. of J. Clark on platform, The convention then adjourned unt...

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. — 17 September 1890

IORTHERN COUNTRY NEwSi Interesting Details About the Mariian Pass and Western Ex tension. MANY MILES OF TRESTLE TO.BUILD Right of Way to Rie Cta.es this Winter as far as the Plit head River. A Bear Story that Tukes t~ Cake A Desec*ption of the HAi by Miss Drexel; of Philadelphia. Capt J. D. Taylor returned Saturday from a hunting trip to the summit .of Marias pass. His observations on the country through which the Great North ern will pass are of interest to the people of Great Falls and we herewith dye them. OQNERIAl INFORMATION. The summit is 125 miles from Great Falls and 25 miles west of the Plegan agency. The ascent on this side' s very easy and the cobtractors will meet with no serious difficoulties In building the road. The summit is a large flat or table land, and in the middle is so low that an eight foot f11i will be necesary to equil lee the grade. In this flt a'ranchbmsa has located and has put up over 80 tons of hay, and if the weather permits he might put up 1,000 tons...

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. — 24 September 1890

T ite "Semi- 7 eekly I ribune. SVII.--NUM.ER 114. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1890. I'E FI'I ..1.. .: .. ,r- - - - - - - - - - - - ----·--- ---------- ... .................. ....- WrRp l viol ! Pe.o erly's thiy years of labor givep vay #b every snit of clothes FALL S' Pouring In. The most carefully se lected stock in the Scountry. NEW AND UNIQUE, Ne WeAreldy Ready to"ihow our patrons the hsand somest assortset of Fall (lothing ever Ibrought t*4 rat Falls. Tailor M- de S it! We are now prepared to show a com plete line of tallor-msde garments in Three and jFour--nttpo Ctaswey Frclp, square.ut,!.ks.well as dutfw y baeds, in elegan.~.lmportad Worsteds, comprising alait 1 gpiv b* pItsen. Thgbs goods e I`ortpojhlysaide in every be speet, being ttroughlt shrnlk' in the ptcoe h'foe maklhg and lined and trim med with the best possible material. 0134 tot A"uobby" and tatyline of these goods just opeped in all styles, including the 0Ci latest ftd, tte agnish Box Out...

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. — 24 September 1890

CIHEAT FALLS TRIBUNE Tl'HE TIBNI: L.BLISllING COMPANI. TU IOlmalPOlATDO) SUBSCRIPTION RATEB. mi ,t11 aubearipti.Ltii mIot be pyid in advance ie sK.WAILY. 3.ILT. neyearr.byt ail. UI.il i nyfr, tby mIil, P.0 IL months,. :.i in months t. Ii Unemonth I" w i'hreee nont" 1.15 noeweetk, yoyoO, ' I Tiongle topY ....... re A It city .lueillil. to Daily delivered by oarrier of Alvertlsing rtto t If.ru d on ap pllnt.la. The oiroaintiou if th l'rebune in torthern tl Ml'taan is gonus lool , t1, eetddthatof sty pla nr noblihehd in tin stale . 1.et --nn.oad Paido-erto prering their $250r,0 rSadm. ,uste nd tltoirl fronr addre h; iesthitldnt Ie r.nVemtrt. . Address: T'oIUL'Nt PLBLISItI (NG COANIt ft reat FallM. t. .. .... NO. 526. I FIST NATIRONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i.ooo,ooo. Paid.Up Capital, $250,00N r OFFIOERS': SE. COLLINS, . . . . Prosidelt L. Q. PHELS . . Vice-Presidelnt A. E DIOlRMAN .. . . Cashier D L. TAIY,v . . . Ass't Cashir OIREOTORS: t. A. BROADWATER, JOHN LEPLEY....

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. — 24 September 1890

THE SUIGEBS AR llESTE police Interbre and the Slavln.Me. Aullbh MateW Is of In deflnitely. THEIR FATE WILL DE DECIDED TODAY. ('hicago Puarnihe a Sensational Mr. der and Mtnnesota a Startling Arrest. The- ISe1i6ab tt1 anet Considerable Business and the House Fails to Get a Quorum. LoNDON, Sept. i.--Blavin and McA life have been arrested in London for conspiring to commit a breach of the ipace. in cOUrt the police inspector, Ilstify ing the arrest, said the match was not to he a mere boxing contest, but N genaine prize fight. He produced a copy of the articles, in accordance with which the contestants were to box any number of rounds with four-ounce gloves. These I gloves, as exhibited in the windows of a sporting paper, were smaller than ordi nary gloves ans were thinned around the knuckles. These gloves, ,he inspector t thought, were certain to inflict severe punishment. The secretary of the Ormonde club deposed thati the gloves were ordinary boxinoggloves; that the contest was to b...

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. — 24 September 1890

A MAMMOTH MrANUIFACTOY, S.ich lloslto and Butte Capital Will Furnish in Great llnis. GAPT. COUCH GIVES SLIGHT DETAILS, .lohln W. Watson Ileturns From the Flathead Country ani Gives HIls i.xperiences. A S.plendid 'imber and Farming C'ountry 1and Probablle Rich Mineral eIposits. ('apt. Thl!o. (', alh returned to the city yesterday frIm hli ranch and will leave this morning for liltte. The captain re malrked incidentally to a TTItIINE repre selltative that the lumbering and manu fatllring enterprise about to be estab lished here by loston and Butte parties is one of great magnitude and would he of vast i)mportance and benefitolt Great Fllls. The capital stock of the company is $1l,000,l000,"and of tnils amount," said the captain, "$250,000 Is now paid tip and the iemaimder will be forthcoming when certain preliminaries and details are ar ranged. It will be one of the strongest acd most importsnt manufacturing en terprises in Montalia Itad will include within its scope it wmle fleld of ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 27 September 1890

The Semi Weekly Tribune. VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 117. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 27, 1890. I'C1('I FIVE CEN''1 WoMinn AtMona ! Powderly's thirty years of labor given away.with every suit of clothes PA parehae4. TN it FALL - iGOODS Pouring In. The most carefully se ch leced stock in the d pt cQuntry. t el th NEW AND UNIQUE, Ready to show our patrons the hand- C someret .ts~e~t ot Fall Clothin evePr broupdifaoGli.a ls. Cl Tailor- Male Suits! " We are now prepared to show a com plete line of tailor-made garments to Three and 1$our-bntton Cutaway Frocks, to squareotns a5 wgll as Cutaway lacks, in el elegant is. Worsteds, comprising he almost every eOcoelurble pattern. These w goods are thoroughly made to ev re- as spect, being thoroughly shrunk in the piece before mnaking and lined and trim- a med with the best possible material. These garmentalo in evey way as goi t as anyamade to order" suits and not over half the price. A"nobby" and tasty line of these goods lust op...

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. — 27 September 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE ,LI.U I yBa LL *Vno MyI.WRIULI THE TRIBUNE PilllISHINI COIPANY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail sub.ridptione luet be paid in advance AILY. sEM-Wru.LY. pe*jea ml,;h4, o noar, by mail, $1.0 Son , ix mon One month t10 Three montl" t1.06 noweek, ayier o rior ingeoopla o.... . I A It city ubsoeribemr to Daily delivered by arrie Advertising rates frnished on application. The eirn~oition of tho Tribune in northern mtarona is gy guyto ll t, eroeeed that of "yy p per inblishth in the state yymyryooora desirijg their addre. ohanged must oend their fo ra oiddress; this honldbbe remembered. Adder. : TnUoy P'UoBLISHING COMPANy, Brent Faih. Mlontana. NO. 3526. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFICERB: T E. CoLLIN. , . •. . Prrmident L. G. PHELPS . . Vice-President A E DIOCERMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRACY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: 0. A. BROADWATER, JOHN LEPLEY. PARIS GIB0ON, IRA MYERS. ROBEBT VAUGHN, H. O. OHOWEN, I ...

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. — 27 September 1890

iHAT CONGRESS IS OIN011, several Bills Were Passed in Both Houses Yes terday. oOA THE SCENE OF RIOT AND MURDER. Troops Committing the Wildest Ex. ceases and Killing People Indiseriminately. Two Cadets at Lexington, Va., Fight Sixteen Desperate Roands and b one is Killed. b b WAswrneorOx. Sept. I.-The following hills, (among others) were passed by the . senate today: - Senate bill for the relief of the Stockbridge tribe of Indians in ii Wisconsin; senate bill to authorize ac t qulsition of land sfor coke ovens and other it improvements and for the right of way for wagon roads, railroads and tramways in connection with coal mines; senate bill requiring the United States to amend b the title of homesteaders under the laws of the l United Statis in all suits where land Is claimed to be mineral because of S phosphate deposits. The senate resumed consideration of the senate bill to establish United States A land courts and to provide for the settle. b ment of private land claims. With ut ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 27 September 1890

A GIBSON CLUB ORGANIZED. L ft Large Attendance at the Meetine and Much Enthtusiasm Mani festedi it p PAT SWEENEY MAKES A RICH STRIKE. , T Interesting Notes and News From tile Various Mining k (ocnps. ii Brighter Prospects at Neihart. Barker and Other ('amps Titan Ever Bebore in Their History. The call fort meeting toffrgature a Gibson club, brought out a large crowd Wednesday, the spaclous room in the Dunn block being full to overflowing. Alderman Bridges was elected chaircmant and E. A. lilogwuald secretary. .ls, loneo van. ticn popular delmocratic orator, be ing present, wtos loudly called for and he it made it ringing speech. .He paid a just tribute to thre Ion. Paris Gilbson, founder of Great Falls, refering to Ilncldeat that came within Iia own knowhloge six years ago whetn ie (Mr. Donovan) was a resident of Fort lienton. Thle speaker paid Ids respects to Itolfe amn in conclu sion urged all good citizens to vote and ti work for Paris lGib(tm, who would best b represent C(ascae ...

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. — 1 October 1890

Temhe i-Wek l Tribune. OLIME VII.-NUMBDER 120. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY' MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENT Worm~n._A ttio ! I P'Wdgt tidrty year. of labor given ae.y it every salt of clothes 1 FALL Pouring In. The most carefully se lected stock in the country. NEW AND UNIQUE, ow We Are Read Ready to show our patrons the hand someet asortment of Fall Clothing ever brought to Great Falls. Tailor - Made Suits! We are now prepared to show a com plete line of tallor-made garments In Three s~d Plour-btton Outawly Frocks, square cut, as well as C.taway Racks, in elegant Imported Worsteds, comprising almost every s0nelvable pattern. These goods are thoroughly made n' every re spect, btog astIoughly htruakl in the plece befp saqq g and lne and trim med with the bed posihble umaterial. These garments are in every way a ed as any*"made to order" suits and not over half the price. Fall Overcoats ! A"nobby" and tastyline of these goods last opened in all styles, Including the o, l...

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. — 1 October 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE CeUt Ln5r 4"IL1AUN' AN KI-.W KELI THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHIIIN COMPAN.. , FlNuo PonAm] SUBSCRIPTION RAlES. Mail subscriptions muet be paid in advance AILY. MI. WeSKOL. 66r6 byo mail, $10.00 One year, by mall, 6. O monntk, . 10: I KW 1 monts.a I1 ." one mWee, ny carrier, 83 1 lngle copy,....... AIlo ity eubsoribers to Daly delivered by carrier Advertising rate fnrnished on appliiotiopý 'Jie oO1atlon oIf the ' ribane n nort ern 'stun. is 8areYtadl t,, eKeeKd that of WY pa. AL 61RT NTAiTIONAL BCOANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Cavital, $0,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFIOERS: T E. COLLINS, . . . . President L. G. PHELPs . B Vice-President A E DICKERMAN, . . Cashier D L. TAov .... Ass't Cashier DIREOTORF: 0. A BROADWATEIt, JOHN LEPLEY. PARIS GI. ON, IRA MYERH. RHOERT VAUGHN, II. . oB HOWN, I T. ARMINGTUN, A general banking hualne.s. trausnaotal. Ilohaenge drawnm on the pincitpal points in the ea and Euromlpe. Prompt attention given tooateltlioM. Lnterest allowed on...

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

PECULIAR .POSTOFFICE, WORK Witnesses Testify that they Were Sworn in, Received Pay, But Never Worked. AN EXCURSION TO BUTTE. The Democrats of Lewis and Clark and Silver Bow United and Enthuenastle. The Complete Census Returns for Motntane by Coaunties. WAnsTaxrow, Sept, 29.-The lavestiga tion into the chargds preferred against Postmaster Wheat by Representative Enloe was continued today and a large number of witnesses examined. The most ilportant testimony was given by Wm. E. Bradley, wjso said he was ac quainted with Postmaster Wheat; had never performed any work as clerk in the house, but had been sworn in as mes senger. Young Wheat had come to his house and asked him if he wanted to make some money. by being sworn in place of a man who was expected in a few-days. This man's name was Denney. He was simpl) to have his name on the roll, Whist doing the work. Wheat told him he would not even have to come to the otece and would receive $5 for his trouble in being sworn In. This was ea...

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. — 1 October 1890

ON TO NEIHARI AND BARKER, The Belt MoIntiins Branlch Will lie Extended to Iloth ('llmps Thin Year. SHEPARD & SIEMS HAVE THE CONTRACT. An Enthusiastie Meeting of the Gib son ('lub Ilehl aIst Elii i lig. A healthy (undition in the Real Es tate Market and uilsnnine.n Geerallt In Great. The T'ftli r: Is reliably informed that the Belt lMountains branch of a the Great Northern railway will be extended to Neihart and Barker the present season. Shepard & Seims are the lowest llhiders for the work and will he awarded the contract. While this firm has its hands full on the Western extension, they will manage to make it possible for the Iron horse to enter hith Nethart and lallrker Itifore Jan. 1, 18l t1. LAltfiI ANti ENTHUnIASTICI M ETINs. Iatmne DlmOnall and Parle liuitns Addrles the Gibson Clnb-Man.y MoreA Members. D)unn's hall was filled Saturday with enthusiastic members of the Gibson club and friends of Mr. Gibson. J.H.lBridgee presided and opened the meeting in a neat speech. ....

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 4 October 1890

he Semi-Weekly Tribune, VOLUMLE VII.--1VrTAiI 123. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA,rSATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1890. PRICE FIVE CE.NT Workingi Attel i0on ! 1 Powderly's thirty years of labor lgveinawy with every snit of clothes I FALL 0GOODS Pouring In. The most carefully se lected stock in the country. NEW AND UNIQUE, Now WeA Reyl iei.y tO shpio our mpatrons the hand so.tdetsaortnmeat of Fall Clothing ever brought to Great Falls. Tailor -Made Suits! We are now prepared to show a com plete line of tailor-made garments In, 'Three and Four-button Cutaway Frocks, square out, as well ' CaOoaway tacks, in elegant ported Worsteds, comprisin almost ptte canceivable pattern. These go6dsdere hnoboughly made to every re-1 spet, bbieg thoroughly shrunk in the1 piece before making and lined and trim mad with th beet possible materiol. These garmezts are in every way as good as any emade to order" suits and not over half the price. :all (veeo ts ! A"nobby" and iistylsie of tbhesbloods lust opened in all ...

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. — 4 October 1890

GHEAT FALLS TRIBUNE PeUBLIBnP 6 IULI AND 8EMI-WSLTY THE TRIBUNE PUBLISBING COMPALi. Id IISOOnPonlATr~] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. p Mail osubsriptions mast be paid in advMoe DoALY. 5u5.W5-5L. neoear by maill, $10 One year by mail, .l0 Une month .o0o Tbtree months" 1. (One week. y carrier, Single eopy,...... All eity ubsoriberu to Dailydollered b oarrier d Advertising rates furuished on spplication.s T'he eiremation of the 'tribune in nirtern ml ttmna is guarante'il ," exceed that of al pa per ypblished in the state tn. erimers desiring their address hanged 1 musst send their former address; this shonld be remembered. Addels:e TuIsLEs PUBLIelSIO COMPANt, Oamt Fails, Muntani NO, 362.. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $ .ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFIOERB: TI E. COLLINS, .. . . President L. G. PHELPs . . Vice-President A E DICKERMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRACY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: .. . BROAD)WATER, JOHN LEPLEY. PARIS GIBBON, IRA MYERS. RIUBEET VAUGHN ...

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. — 4 October 1890

DARMit EXPRESS ROBBERY, Two Masked ien Rob an Express Car and "Run" the Train Awhile. THE BOOTY SECURED WAS HOT LARGE, They Leave the Train Once and Board it Again, Escaping at Bellefountaine. Kansas Supreme Court Considering the Original Package Law May be Declared Un constitutional. CAnar, Ohio., Oct. 2.-A bold train robbery occurred this morning on the Cincinnati, Sapdusky & Cleveland rail way between here and Urbana. Imme diately after the train left Urbana at 8:20 o'clock, two masked men with cocked revolvets entered the express car and compelled Adam's express messenger, A. L. Scudder, to throw up his hands. They then tied him securely, robbed the safe of packages containing $500 and other valuables, besides taking the messenger's salary. While they were at work the brakeman attempted to enter the car and was shot at by the robbers. They gave the alarm and the train was slowed up to give an opportunity to capture the rob bers; but they jumped from the train just as it was ...

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. — 4 October 1890

THE LAST RAIL IS LAIO, Great Fulls & ICanada Railway Completed to Leth br;dge. THE FIRST TRAIN OF COAL TOMORROW Tie Republican ('lub Does not Desire the Proceesdings of a Public Meeting Publishedt. John Gerin Fillds Iron Ore on His Premises and is Excited About it. Today the first through train over the Great Falls ,& Canada railroad will start from Lethbridge loaded with coal for the Montaua markets. The opening of this road is of more than ordinary importance to Great Falls. Traversing, as it does, a creot stock region and which sromises to become an agricultural region, it will be the means cf adding to our already large shipments and the rapid development of a section of country as large and fertile as the state of Ohio. North of the line the country is also fair and will be made fruitful. The road will carry to the Great Falls smelters the ores from the mines of the Sweet Grass hills. These mines have already yielded some very rich ore and with development may show a mi...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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