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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 25 October 1890

The Semi -Week Tribune. voLUME VII.--NUMBER 141. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNINY OCTOBER 25, 1890. P.I'CE FIVE CEN'TI Special Sale ---o~- Suits I We will show this week the hand someet line of Suits in fne imported Worstede at lower prices than have ever beta shown in Great Falls. ounit ethk6 this department is more tluBe isiplete and we are determined to sell them. Don't fail to look our stock over before purhasillg-it cer talnly will pay you. We warrant every suit of clothes sold tote as represented and can safe ly say ror goods are better made and trimmed than any shown in the city. O arcRts. A spledlld line of everything i n this department at prices that will sell them. Single Pants. In all styles and qualities. This stock is now complete mn every de. tail. We can fit anyone. Rats and Caps. The celebrated Knox Derbys and Silk for fall and winter now in stock, C as well as everything else in the hat p and cap line. Elegant seal caps for f winter as well as a big line of f...

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. — 25 October 1890

GIREAT FALLS 'TRIBUNE. iATURIDAY,,OCTOBER 25 1890. GHEAT FALLS TRIBUNE PU8LERI1'.kLC AND SlMI-WRImLI THE TRIBONE PUBLISHING COMPANY, IrIOOnPOnrATD] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Bail suanbdrptione must be paid in advance bAiL!. S.m.-WaKL!. neear by ,i1O Orearbymail1.Si0 anamonths, 65.00 Sin mont.s " l, One month 1.00 Three month" Ia One week, oy oarrier, Bingle copy,...... 5 Aitoit ysuborbers to D)allydelivered by carrier Advertising rates furnished on applloation. he oeireclation of the Tribune in northern M nnta2na is narte,:d ta. yzoeed that of ,Ay pa. er punbiihied in thae otalt -secLMrters deasiriny thir addreyas chansaed nmutrend their froror .adrese; thi eshoad be remembered. Addre : TanerNa PU BLISeNG COMrAie, 'baeat Balis, Boytnna. NO. a8525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $ ,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFIOER$: 'T E. COLLINS, . . ... Prosident L. G. PHELPS . . Vice-President A E DIO.RRBAN, . . . Cashier D L. THAoY, .. . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: J. 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. — 25 October 1890

RA1iI1AG t'O lSION AISlITE Two Engines Crash Into Each Other and Are Comtpletely Demolished. NONE, OP TE PASSENGERS INJURED. John G. ?1ltehell, One of the Firemen, Was Instantly Killed~, His Skull Being Torn Off. Oreat.Eitement in London Over tlie ~ llication of Major Bartte. lot's Diaries - Serious Charges Against Stanley. Bcurr, Oct. 28.-The out-going Union Pacific train, which left Butte at o'clock this afternoon, met with an accident at Bunton, twelve miles out of Butte. Just beyond this is a divide up to which the grade from Silver How station is so heavy that a help engine has to go along with freight trains to help tlhem climbnll the divide." The helper, under charge of Eniglneer Lynch was returnig, going at a rapid rate of speed down the hill wheon rounding a curve it met a passenger. Thy engines collided with filghtful force, co|miletely demolishing both, but beyond being jarred hone of the passengers in coaches were injured. Both engineers and one fireman escaped by a mira...

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. — 25 October 1890

BIG DEMOCRATIC MEETING, Hon. Martin Maginnis Addresses the Voters at Black Eagle Falls. HON, PARIS IBSON RECEIVCS AN OVATION Hon. A. C. Botkin Adtldrsses the He publicans at the Park Hotel. Edward Brown Found Guilty by the District t'ourt--Excursionists From Olhio. The most enthusiastic meeting of the campaign was held in the B. & M. dining room at North Great Falls Wednesday. The large room was crowded with honest, earnest men. who are eagerly seeking the truth aud want to vote intelligently. The steam motor was chartered and about forty men went down with Hon. Martin Maginnis from town. It was estimated that about 800 voters listened to the ad dress. Mr. Maginnis was feeling his best and those wn have heard him before say that he delivered the best speech to which they have ever listened. lie reviewed the leglstation on silver and showed that the republican party is now and has al ways been its bitter enemy. His address was frank, and trulthful and he won the sympathy of his 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. — 29 October 1890

SThe Semi- Weekly Tribune. VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 144. (GREAT F ALLS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNIN(G, OCTOBER 2i, 1890. I'lEI(' FIVE CE -] . . .. . -- - - - - - - - - ... .. .. . . . . . . .... .. ... _ . . . . .. . . ... . - . . . .. . . . . . . . . . .. ... .. -- - -. _ - . . - . .__. 2_ _ - - . - - . . . . . . SI Special Sale A -OF Suits! Sits HI We will show this week the hand- t somest line of Suits ih fine imported is Woertedeat lower prices than haie tb ever, ;shown in in Great Falls. Our' atikI' this department is more than complete and we are determined A to sell them. Don't fail to look our at stock over before purchasing--it cer- i tainly will pay you. We warrant every suialt of clothes bh sold to be as represented and can safe- to ly say our goods are better madule and at trimmed than any shown in the city. et Ocrco al It A splendid line of everything in this department at prices that will sell them. tc rI Single Pants. In all styles and qualities. This stock is now complete in...

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. — 29 October 1890

GtREAT FALLS TRIBIUNE. WEDNEBDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1891. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE OI.BRLtEI' 'ULI AND SLIM0-WEEKLT THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. SNluoaRPonATum] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail suberliptions must be paid in advanoo UAILY. SZmu.WSRKLY. neyear bymail.810.00 Une year, by mail, $.30 ix mouths th" O .I ix mo n ths " IC E Ounemonth " l.1 mol'hreosntls" .M Oneweek.yoyarri1..r. Slgle copy..... All o.ly ubserilrs t., Daily delivered by carrier Advertising ratns Ilrnished on applidation. 'h1 eoirlation of the Tribune in northern M .thna is eua-utee.i I, rxceed that of l pas Mr cnblizhed in thoaitate saonothDr5 deeiri,. their addre. ohasned must send their r, f Ildros; this eh.l) bd· rem embered. o NO. 8648._ h FIST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorited Capital, S$,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFIOERBR C E. COLLIS, ... . Preosident L. G. PHELPS . . Vice-President A E DIOERMAsN, . . Cashier D L. TRACY, . .. Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: 0. A. BROADWATER, JOHN LRPLEY. PARIS GIBBON. IRA MY...

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. — 29 October 1890

POOR 10 PROGRESSING, So Sa)81 Commissioner Morgan in his t Report to the Secretary of a E the Interior. HE IS TO BECOME INDIAN-AMERICAN. ti To Break up Reservations mud De- N stroy Tribal Relations, is the Government Policy. The Westean Telegraph Operators at St Paul go out on a Strike. WAsmsnrvoO, Oct. 27.-Commissioner r Morgan of the Indian bureau In his on nual report to the secretary of the inter- e ior says of the Indian question gener.lly that therehtas been for 10 years or more ci real progress in the right direction and e that the outlook for the future is encour aging. "It has become," says the com- d missioner, "a settled policy of the ov. 'c ernment to break up resarvations, destroy " tribal relations, settle Indians upon their tC own homesteads, incorporate*em into ° the national life and deal with them, not as nations, or tribes, or bands, but as in- c ilvidual citizens. The American Indian it ts to become Indian-Amerlcan. A public school system Is being rapidly provide...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 29 October 1890

FALLICIES OF HIGH TARIFF. Pl A Visit to tile Dry (Moods and Cloth ing Melrchants Will Dispel tltH llusion. ri d BOOTS AND SHOES HAVE ADVANCED. ,1 Investigate for Yourself and Then it Vote for Your Best C Ilnterests. w The Corner Stoue of a new Methodist ti Episcopal Church Laid at CVa- F endle-Ilnterestingl Cer- t emonies. The fart that tlhe prices of many ar ticles are advancing cannot be hidden al- P though-the republican organs are trying to hide the truth. A visit to the dry ' goods and clothing merchants of Great Falls will convince the most skeptical of that fact. Some firms have not advanced priees in all lines of goods, but there aI not a merchant in town who, if he speaks i truthfully, will not say that prices must! advance. Some houses have on hand a large stock bought before the McKinley h111 went into effect and either because I they want to give the people tile benefit or becuane thley want to advertise, thley have not yet advanced prices. But not I one of them will tel...

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 November 1890

he Semi Weekly Tribune. Vit E II.--NUMBErn 147. --__ __ ____ ....... . ... - I.. - NU....4. GREAT FALLS, M-ONTANA.. SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMnIERI 1, 1890. PRI(E FIVE (CENT'I SA I-- ------.-- Special Sale -Ow sill' Suits We will show this week the hand somest line of hdits li fine imported Weosteds at, lower prices than have ever " shown in Great Falls. Oursidek in. thiS department is more thian eplaete and we are determined to sell them. Don't tait to look our stoolk over before purchasing-It eer tainly+will pay you. We warrant every suit of clothes sold o he as represented and can safe ly say our goods are better made and trilmed than any shown in the city. O crcots I Ovcrcoants. A splendid line of everything in this department at prices that will sell them. Single Pants. in all styles and qualities. This stock is now complete in every de tall. We can fit anyone. Hats and Caps. The celebrated Knox Derbys and ilk for fall a. winter now in stock, as well as everything else in the hat ...

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 November 1890

GREAT 'FALLS TRIBUNE. SATU'RDAY, IOVEMBEIt 1. 1830. GtHEAT FALLS TRIBUNE ¢B6LIStHE' "lLT AND EMCI-WHEKLY lil T~HE TRIBUNE PUBLISHINR COMPAIY, fINaoRPoaATED] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail bscrediptionas must be paid in advance DAILY. Bn-WLSK. neear, b mail, $10. Oe year, b mail,S.OO i months, 5.00 Sinimonths, 1.51 line month " I5 'Threematat l.00 aewweek, nyearrieer, L, Siunelecopy,...... 5 A Il city subscribere to Daily delivered by carries Advertisieng etee furnished on appication. Xhe airulattion of the Trhlbae in northern Mentans is guarnant, t." Peseed that of tip pa. per publtihed in the olnto aeaoretere desiring their address changed mast send their for:e,, addles; this shuld be rraemberoed. Addreas: Te nree PUBLISHlINO COMnPAN Treat Falls, M,ntuua. NO. 8626. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorizel Capital, $S,ooo,ooo. PaRd-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFIOERS l E. COLLINS, .. . 'Proeident L. G. PHELVS . . Vice-President A E DICKEIMAN, . . . Oashier D L. TRACY, . . . Ass't CUahier...

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

INA RUGEA MAKESREP I Everything Quiet and Eminently Sat. flitetory in his Depart meat. THE AUSTRAUAN MINS11TRY DEFEATED. The Parliament Votes a Lack of Con flidenee in the Gov. einment. IReport That Achbieshop Ireland Is Called to Rome-The Prelate Denies it. WAant.oITOx, Oct. 80.-Brig, Ge. 'Thomas H. Ruger, commanding the de par.neelt of Dakota, has aubmintted to the. war departmenthis annual report upoln the condition of military affairs in that department. He says that no event., have occurred talling toractualcampaign operations, although services on several occaslions have been required of quit,, strong detachments from a nomber of posts to support the authority of tnliton agents on reservations, to confine theirto I Indiane not controllable by agents or I, protect and assure safety to settlers id hie a vicinity of Si6ux reservations who had I become apprehenslve of trouble. Also it became necessary to prevent intrusion on ceded lands of Sioux reservations. These duties were wel...

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. — 1 November 1890

TWO SPLENDOIOD SPEECHES, Governor Toole and HIon. W. D. Hill Address an Ilmmense Audience. CAMPAIGN ISSUES ABLY DISCUSSED. Mr. Hill Trealt of the Tariff nQuetion in an Enterillig andtl Ex hIs.ti\ e Manner. (Iovernrll Toole Shows up Carterl. Silver Recorl'd N11 'ores the Political Conspirators of li,.t 14,1r. The democratic rally at the Park hotel Wednesday was the greatest success of the campign. The people turned out on masse to honor Gov. Toole and Hon. W. 1). Hill, antd notwithstanding the faot that the republicans had a meeting elsewhere in the city, the spacious dining room of the Park hotel was filled to overflowing with nu intelligent and enthusiastic aud ience. E. S. McCord presided and be sides the distinguished speaker, Major M. D. Baldwin, Judge Huy, T. E. Collinsand C'has. Wegner occupied seats on the platform. In a few well chosen words Mr. Mc Cord introduced the first speaker, Hon. W. 1). 11111 of Ohio, who delivered one of tihe most able and interesting speeches ever ...

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. — 5 November 1890

"Mn Hiela"OPI: .o • o e emi- eky Tribun VOLt 0 VHILiT 1' 150. GREAT FALLS, MONTAN `.ýrDPTEDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, '1890. P'RlCE FIVE CFN Ir Special Sale ----rQ- "~' '." 'i, ev* t ,4,t FateI We nit de - t $1 a4s. i to sell eaI . Dia't ilif to le Our o o stock ovnr p beioe pareheaslng-t cer Wt warfrlt every sit of clothes hi solttto~e a regsied aadiainnaf al ly slay cor d re bedter wIideland m trimpa, t en any shown la the city. oa Otock Iv now ompete an er dI I! ta7l. We ea ý t s one. '1 pt ont fdt ate Rats and 1ILri able The celebrated Kaox Derbys and P Silk for fill pad wiser now n steak, bill a wel as everwtf gelOl tthehet - and cap line. Elegant neao aes fr s t1a wlnter as well as a big line of inn pr, imported Plashes late - t cou Fro bar ciAe lverydtnin Stni4 twe Our g tall and winter seeok Ias emplete in ve Underwear in all graes. t tIr as to Boots & a;m. Our siat ouad Omphe ars t is col and aotpoqpletei tite city, ad$ weldi*es is ad Ai '44owlt of thie leatW a shea Insha6...

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. — 5 November 1890

GltEAT FALLS ' lIJIBUNE. WEDNESDAY, :1lVEMssER 5 1890. HREAT FALLS TRIBUNE oUO.IBEnc' "'MLY IN,1N BMII-WEIELY 'HE TRLIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, I raoPoaa'rn]l SUBSCRIPTION RA"ES. Mall subserlptiot must be paid in advance UAILY. aM-WnXLY noyenr, b. nail, $U1 Il One lyar.by maiil.t00 inamonth' 50 Theix monthsa" 10 )ne week, oryarrier.21 i itglOe copy, ... 5 11 city subscrllbers t Dasl\ delivered by cardoer Advertising ratet fuishad on application. the circulation of the Tribune in northern tosatalais graseutsl t' nexceedthat of ait pa per pnbliehed in the state daoalcrers desiariU their address changed usat send their for tsr adllrea; this should be ramembered. Address: TausonE PUBLStIaN COMPANY, erat Fails, M6ontna. NO. 3626. FIRST NATIONAL BANKI OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Cauital, $t,ooo,ooo. Paid. Up Capital, $250,l(t0. OFFICERS" [' E. COLLINS, .. .. Prsiilent L. G. PELPS . . Vice-President A E DICKEIIMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRAOY.cv . .. Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: i. A. BROADWATER, J...

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. — 5 November 1890

iATT OF IH 'A d Ineomniaete 1ohrns for Montana ladlleat that Carter is De- 6 AND W. W. DIKO IS ELECTED, it The County Vote Very Close-Hon. m Paris Gibson is Xleeted by About 40' Maority. 0 The Democratn Gain in Wisconsin to and New York. CA8C*DE COUNTY. of Monarch preenct-Carter 17, Dixon 11, ci Gibson 19, Hasdke 17. Sand Coulee-Hanks, 11 majority. o0 Smllter-Dixon 87, Coater 18, Gibson 91, Hanks 17. 38o.,, r 8%. Dixon 3, Gibson Craig-Carter 7, Dixon . 8T. I.Otxa, NQy. 4.-Carter 87, Dixon cl 80; Gibemo 81, HBank 80, i AvoN, Nov. 4 -Carter' , Dixon 8, a Field 1; Kohrnb8, Keplal d 14. te Mna, ..Ot . Nov. 4--~aiter 198, Dix. on 18 . to haana, Nov. 8.--lidnight lndications in at this loor point to tixon's election to to congressm by a small majority. Ran Lonea, Nov. 6.-Total vote 989. bh Cartes 141. Dijon 18 i TATE naRETUnah. HBatunn Nby. 4.--Tei precincts of the tb city no far reported (8 p, io.) give Carter 88 majority. Four outside precincts of A Lewis and Clarke county jointly give ...

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. — 5 November 1890

LOCAL POLITICS BOILING. II..,.. Paris (jiihvon a.. II. H. Smith Address. a Large Adlieance at Scull I a,.tlee. HON. THOMAS H. CARTER AT THE PARK II(. S i'aaa1 t I.e IH iaii in ExpIl..aaining N'aIay he t li'.. the Sil TIe.ermamniaa-A nmeri alats Hold~~ an Eta. ttianiaantin Meetilng at iAinio Hall. I From Sunday's Dnily.J I)emnerallc Rally it Sand Coulers. A special train was run to Sand Coulee last night bearing a numnler of enthusl autic democrats. On arriving at the towln the party proceeded t tthe hall which way already tilled with the people of the town. Many ladles were present. All who could, crowded into the hall and still many were compelled to stay out. side. lion. H. 1B. Smith addressed the people on the national issues and Carter's record. lie made an able exposition of the wrongs which tile McKinley bill in flicts on the poorer classes while the ben efits are all itn favor of thle few. Mr. Smith's speell is said to have been the best nmade on tih tariff question during 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. — 8 November 1890

Semi-ekly Tribune VOLE VINMBER 16 - ..EAT FALLS, MONT -. DAY ORNING} I A... SAU A NOEME 8RIC 18v80.N S ecial Saic ----O-t s sal .,a 41 e* thl. week tnhi - someet eo Suit. Ia fle iparted Worstead at lower prliee.ths have ever been shown is GMo Our steek iu this department .i mere thean t; iam d we are deteramied to sell s Doe't U' to look oar stook over bdA*e' puinhaslug-it cer tainly will pay you. We warrant every .iMt oldtiles sold to bMa. yepppated and can safe ly shy Oiur ae bl adilde and trnimmed tua in ehlaw ini t city. Overa oat. A s p len did i e o f e v e r y th in g ip tlii departmeat at' prles that will sll Sing fM. In FU 4tlea - sjqlWa T`a dto P?1 !la . : t oJetla y deg: tal Weeai* tl flats i3 fl011' silkfbr amad wtw saw. Is $as aas wall "as frd.c . j *pIU wiat d ~. *a .A w U*C of did lueete4 Pluai. M al. Quv #1 - I4I IW4 fI I TV UP SING, From tMasaUlhnetta to California the People Arise in Their Mkight ANI OVERWIHELM THE MOINOPOLIES. Mithigfan Hls Eleteld a Democratic Go...

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. — 8 November 1890

UiREAl'T ALL, I lIBl;UNE. BATURDAY, :NOVEMBER a 158O. (REAT FALLS TRIBUNE VUBLISEI ^BU ?ULI ANI) 89931-WEEKaLT ilE TRIBIlNE PUBLISHING COMlPAlm fIraoaoPeoATI] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. l ail subecription mast be paid in advance DmALY. Smi.-mIw LY. nPsear by mail,i$o.0oo One year, by mah uil$.0 ix months, 0 N i monthsit 1.50 ine monh t 1.00 Three months" I.t Osneows.ee, ol arrier, Slingle copy...... hlloitt subeoribers to Daily delivered by carrier , o t of the Tribune in northern eol tr ted-t ooeed that of .y pa a dry 0d--""°" . masb Oee addee; this be Addres B 'dsIBUNE PBLISHING COMPANY, 1 NO. 8626. FI1ST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Cavital; $,ooo000,000. Paid-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFIOERa. T E. COLLI, . . . . President L. G. PHELPS . . Vice-President A E DIoEESMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TtAI, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: 0. A. BBOADWATER, JOHN LEPLEY. PASIS GIBeON. IBA MYEBS. BOBERT VAUGHN, H. 0. OHOWEN, I T. ARMINGTON, & ger bankng busmes transacted. Ikoheane drawn on ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 8 November 1890

NO L(Iqi 1 ý NQIf Carter Co, ov tie eleotodn of Di;· Iy a lates su'*01 EL: ON A - OtMtMIYt' Iie Fr ie . I . ron a:oty-ihree Prolnete Bitt .1 ui "1 jority 4*1', It Ocdi. cI ·*e( taaiani ESl sOwnitb an S A noN. 7, 144e id., eiectai '""{' t'a .ity wibi6b less thant a ASi, 2. [N A'to the - Ti Soa'ft .leUºoaltlop prqoU9ji y on bd. r i repnb1aie ieace aid4 . oit{,,, TbU` n 4` ~lF 6tternptI at 1 he Unt rLvde~tbe people intoth,+ l I e Q0i* Itd 4 ne4e. Buot it i.;na ra te Wte :,iiietiiuratltn ohaato 1e atlae totieitr..eaaa ttpon~ie at iaieWdaiv. L I vote Inq baa I.aidajustwebuketothba oneorn. I ha.aa i from. good antltao*ty that the be ta i. s onaidered ;at blitata the r pdblieeo is aalqvaartu. The, Ur aid eti utbte a aae'a defetq.4t Iagme .tp iealeattai y the u taf dti utatett op lacan leadetrs, wax" 'abatlred Lis dowlia? fr their itwn , ¢poeao. Dllron'e net majdrltt'mty 'at.:{nlated to'beat' ta Soo. a. .. O04SWI e .tC$ ~e I~aitlL1 'ttup tomi '~ precincts Corraaete from- a ta-edy' tra9 lYe ...

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. — 8 November 1890

UPPER BELT ECHOES, Emigrant" Fronml Michigan Settling } in this Fruitful Region. THE CAMPAIGN IN THE COUNTRY. An Interesting Letter Front the Tri Ibllne's ppeelial I'erres Intdenlt.e 'The (Greet Falls Water t'olpany Meet andl Elect OfIlclers. L[pomial onrreepondence of thle 'PRIBUNE. EItoln TIIIImunuse: T'll Mmonarch Ad vance lnlnlolnces in its last issue that douring the present campaign it will sup port thile democratic cmlanmimtes. It squarely charges the republican party with the defeat of the free mlteoina:Le bill and denotunces the McKinly hill. The Advance will melt with ma heartier welcome tihan ever from all loynl citizens who Ibelieve legislation should ml in the interest of the mnasses, mlot of ttm feew. "Tll greatest goo)d to all" is tile motto of tile dlemlocratic party. Ilow Holfe-be- fogged must be the intellect of a certain H mine owller who made the statement to us, that lle was Iadlemllocrat, but that jnst as long as lhe eowned ally mining interests lie should vote...

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