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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 7 March 1891

ello! What's This 3-1-'91 ARCH 1, 1891, H E Will have received U B and open up for your spection a large and esh stock of men's, ys' and children's LOTHING! pendab'e Irreproachable uality, Styles, UNMATCHABLE PRICES, e the attractive and charmioing features of ours, the Finest Clothing made on this con, inent. ATS. Finest and nobbiest. Prices astoni-hingly low. See our $3 50 Hal, the lbest ever Ilade for tlhe lmolley. HOES. Fine fashionable foot-fitters at magically low prices. Mother+, you can dre'ss your vs in th hes tfititing and lmost hionable garment5 if you pbr *ase of us, for about half tihe oney you could get them else Are. ' P'ositively thine for the right, THE HUB, Destioyers of High Pr'ices. THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE,i SPRIAY OIF THE FALLS. IIIIAY'R IDALY. Look out for "Blnck Eagle." mtnoke "Seal of Clhicago."--Calkius & eantherlV. Bears are becoming troublesolne in the Zibley country. Din Williams another vagrant will speud 12 d.uy) In jail. *'Sea of Chliclago," Herdenlerg'...

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. — 7 March 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SPRAY OF TUB wALLS. SATUADAT's D ULY. S n Dodd, from Logging creek, is at te Wooldridge. J. W. Stanton, one of our legal lights, went to Helena yesterday. Lan McConnell left on the east-bound train yesterday for London, Ont. The Great Falls Social club gave another dance last night in Arion hall. Sam Cohen came down from Chotean Thursday and towt yesterday's train for Helens. Mr. A. L. Mohler, general manager of the Great Norhiern is expected to arrive here next Monday. J. W. Watson, representing Hosom & Curtin of tielena, is in town to see all who wish safes or vaults. Phil Kessler is afrering some rare bar gains In the furniture line. See his an souncement in another column. Charles L. Hastings, a prominent at torney of Minneapolls, well known here, came up from Benton yesterday. J. T. McCarty of the American Ex press company left yesterday for Minne apolis. Mrs. J. 13. Wetzel was very low last evening, and her friends feared the worst. bhe is suffering wit...

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. — 7 March 1891

FARMERS' ALLIANCE TRUST, is Is What Is Called the New Alliance Movement-It In cludes- lBRASKA. KANSAS, MISSOURI. IOWA. y Will Build Cold Storage and Brain Depots-No Speculation to Be Allowed. New Scheme Is Modeled in Detail After the Big Whisky Trust. TorKas, Kans., March 9.-The new Iliunce movement contemplates the for atson of a huge live stock trust, includ g Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri and owe. Frank McGrath, president of the armers Alliance, says the project is one f the results of the failure of the alliance gislatures to pass certain bills on leglisa. on. He says is too slow means for the hleyement of alliance subjects. Mc rath says district alliances are being .ed in every congressional district, provisions being made for building Id storage and grain depots. District liances will be under the state alliarce. a will know how many cattle each tridual member of the alliance has on nd," said McGrath, "and I e can hold em without selling for need -of ready h. A record of these fa...

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. — 7 March 1891

.ýý /-H SHOES SHOES % 4\ Wýe are showing the largest and best assorted stock of Boots and Shoes that was ever shown in the ..* ýv, city; no old shelf-wog n goods; all brand tnew from the factory, and at prices lower than the lowest. No . . trouble to show Goods. Respectfully,-; "110 , -"ATE E RT 3 .S, PARK HOTEL BLOCK. Great Falls, Montana. NO. 8258. FIRST NATIONAL BANE OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $Sooo,ooo Paid-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFIQRS.R T. 3. COLLINS........................Preiden J. T. ARMINGTON ..............Vice-Presiden A. . . DICKERMAN ....................Cs hinl A. H. MATTE ON..............A..At. Casshie DIREOTORS: . A. OADWoATEM. JOHN tIYPLLT. PAAIIS 010N. IRA1 M'hEI. OOBERT VAUOHN. H. . CUHOWSN. J. STEWAItT TOD. JA.H. MU.KN1H1T. J. POoKWALTEH. L. 0. PJELPH. & general banking business transacted. IExohange drawn on the principal points in the e and Eunrop. Prompt attention given to ei:tectlons. Interest allowedl on tlm* detf.eits. C. I. Webster, i Robt Blan...

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. — 14 March 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE:. )LUME VIII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, ..A'ITUItI),Y, :I ARH([ 14, 1S91. NUMBER 76 is- teworld has irn nompared to a stage, and inly have to dres for the pa.rts we piat An actor who i not properly attired for oannot exp.et to win pop.lar approval. tsy sure ato fin out that he is makin. a aequserade of thle performaeat ndhe Shimself to blame if the rorlain is ly runht d d upon hint. It is very the Sano thing in real life- if your ttire consistent with the cart you play iu it penrformnnace i I likely to be a failure. vertorur taIrt may tIo we can suitablyl nt t for it. and ),o wil be in nodanger f thoelnrrein rung down upon "yot when wrnring one of oar elegant. Neck ir n (Cntaway nlite, a Spring Overcoat and of our stylisl Hh rre. etc., etc. ios in Spring Clothing are now sr daily andl will ewmn beh opn for lopere We know we are n.it .xaltgertirg wlrel that our rtork of ('lotlhing. Fine Ftrnish . latest novelties in lHats antn ('al,. and Shmos and Trunks and Valises. w...

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. — 14 March 1891

SENATOR DUiOIS RIGHTED. He Secures the Coatested Seat and Hs Name Has Been Placed on the Roll of Senators. THE UMATILLA INDOIAN RESERVATION. A Portion of These lands to Be Offered for Sale to the Highest Bidder, but at Not Less than $1.25. IJess Wool and Sheep in the United States This Year than Last-For Republicans Meditation. WAsula'TroaN, March 61.- An impor tant step has been taken in the settle. ment of the contest over the seat of Sen ator Dubols of Idaho. Iis name has been put on the roll of senators and he will receive his pay as a duly elected United States senator from that state. 4Senator Edmunds saysthe law and former precedents sustain this action. The commissioner of the general land office today issued instructions to the reg ister and receiver of the land office at La Grange, Ore., in regard to the sale of a portion of the Umatilla Indian reserva tion. The commissioner says the law di recta that these lands be offered for sale to the highest bidder at not less than t...

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. — 14 March 1891

E WEEKLY TRIBUNE, ABOUT T1H BRIDGOB. be esteemed Leader has worked If up to a fever heat over the mat of the purchase by the county of wagon bridge from the Townsite pany and the letting of the con for the construction of a bridge wean Cascade and St. Olair. The pie fact that the Townsite com y was a party to the first proposi named was enough in itself to g forth the sensless tirades in TIet two issues of that paper and arrant its falsehoods and perver of facts. e Tai.uas has taken the pains to tigate thoroughly the facts con with the purchase of the bridge the awarding of the contract for Cascade bridge, and we are fully vinced that in each instance the has acted honorably, properly, in the interest of the people they e. a to the insinuations of the Leader any member of the board of com ioners accepted a bribe, there is answer to be made. The charge nly by indirection, and the fact it is made by H. P. Rolfe ren it unworthy of serious consider i. The names of S. S. Haw Charles Weag...

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. — 14 March 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. P1O33L DAILI AND WKSLY 3T THE TRIBUE PUBLISHING COMPANY. ItN IaoronATrs. I SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail aubecriptione untua be paid in advance. LDAILY. WNKRKLY. One year by zall,lttOV. I On" ..ar. Iby mail. .S.a) ix mnonhlla, 5.0 ix mionthl , 1t, One muth. 1 I( ltb rre moutt ." L.uiI O(). wek, by earrier,2.i .t .ie copy. - 5 All city auncribera to Dal lye.ivered by carrier. AdvertisuIng eaten furnished no application. i Tite'ireulatlon of the Tr'l.'ie in NortheaIst Montana in ga.ranteed t,,o exeed that of any pa l'r publi.h.tnd ill the lat. Ilualteriarar daciring their tddresn changol muat mend their former .tdttr.'es: thin shoull be. ventemlered. Addrra: T incat lt'Jt.taHzlmt ('tOMPANY. tireat hall.. Montanta. -HATIlDAY. MAI(CH 14. 18a1. The' lhelena Journal strikes the nail on the head when it says: There is no single subject of more importance to the people of Miotana than that of deciding ulou the location of the state educational institutions. and as to whether ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 14 March 1891

ello! What's This? 3-1-'91 ARCH 1, 1891, HE Will have received IUB and open up for your spection a large and esh stock of men's, ys' and children's LOTHING! pendable Irreproachable uality, Styles, UNMATCHABLE PRICES, re the attractive antd cIhlrmiig features of ours, the Finest Clothing ade on this continent. ATS. Finest and nobbiest. Prices astonishingly low. See our $3.50 Hat, the best ever made for the money. HOES. Fine fashionable foot-fitters at magically low prices. Mothers, you can dress your sa in the finest-fitting and most hionable garments if you pur. ase of us, for about half the ney you could get them else here. Positively thine for the right, THE HUB, Destroyers of High Prices. THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SPRAY OF THE FAIIA. W EI)NKSDAY' DAILY. The jury in the Kern case were out everal hours and at 10 o'clocK last night ey were still in the jury room. The train from the east was way be Und time yesterday owing to the heavy Low in Dakota and did not arrive till .,:80 last night...

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. — 14 March 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE' SPRAY OF TRn PALLS. SATUMDAT'U DAIL.Y. The Great Palls Social club gave another dance last night. It was well attended. Walter Conway, accused of vagrancy, was brought before Judge Buy yesterday and sentenced to twelve days in the city Jail. Meost of the stockmen around Augusta have succeeded in collecting their cattle, so that no serious on s is anticipated on account of the heavy snow. H. L. Roberts, operator at the end of the tract on the Pacific extension, re turned from a visit to Butte yesterday and will go to Cutbank today. We understand that there is another candidate from Great Falls in the field for the judgeship of the Tenth judicial district In the person of J. W. Stanton. Ernest RHngwald is an applicant for the position of county auditor, an office recently created by the legislature. iHe is indorsed by leading members of both parties. There will be a dance at Sand Coulee on the evening of March the 17th for the benefit of the Sand Coulee Library Ass...

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. — 14 March 1891

Prepltiag . Oa 0ebme. naTOws, S. D., March 7.-Free for 11,000 familles is why the open the famous isseton and Wahpetoo o reservation is received with much lag by people throughout this sea. . Watertown, which is the gateway e reservation and to which settlers have to come to file claims at the etates land ofmce here is making tions for a jubilee meetloi seeday to honor of the event. A trush of settlers is expected as soon ident Harrison issues the proclama The opening of the reservatlon is rdod ses boom not only for Water , but for the whole of the northeast part of South Dakota. g ISteamer Barmed. w Yoax, March 6.-The bhg side steamboat Oity of Richmond, of artford liae, burned at her dock moon. Tne fire broke out amid and is supposed to have onrigated sperks which fell on some bales of It spread like lightningol and by me the engine arrived the flames roring like a blast fursace, tesong to sweep away the pier house. boat and cargo were totally dee ed. The boatIs estimated to have ...

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. — 14 March 1891

EARL & WILSON'S LATEST I TO BE HAD AT NATE WERTHEIM, k =e Price ClothierM. Park Hotel Block. Great Falls, Montana. IRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, S$,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFIOERS: '. ;. (COLLIN... ........... ...Preeident J. T. ARMINOTON .............. Vice-President A. E. DICKERMAN......................C(ashier A. R. MATTEK)N.................. t. (shier DIREOTORI: . A. BUOADWATKM. JOBN LUIPLKI. pe.t ol55('N. IRA MYmna. mOBERT V iOUN. H. (). '.sOWYK. J. STmWAIT TD). J. . MtKlsHT. J, PooKWA.LT.R. L. 0. IPHEli.I. & general bknl buin nes tra mnsated. Szchet5e drawn on the prin.ipal points in the r sad Europe. prompt attention given to co:lections. Istereet allowed on time deposits. t. I. Webster, 'Robt. Blanken baker Pa'ssaiDsT. * VICE P.,e. W. A. Webster, CABBIEN. The Security Bank OF GREAT FALLS. SIncororrated.) DIRECTORS : J1. . PI II.sEi v, I. . I'owe:N, MoaT. BLANKENILAKIt W. A. WEnIan.'i. A. W. KIoasneolu, C. M. WEIusro, SAMuIE, GRAN...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 March 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. DLUMIE VIIi. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY, MARCIH 21, 1891. NUMBER 79 THE IOEf O Ti-r ErI Ml LD ISLE. is not the land of the shamrock, but the took thrives here in the memories of these e it inlt as completely mse it flourilae in v sol. Thoush it is not cultivated here, difficullt to fnd some consolation for its The realities of Hf in America tre Qilek an aatiye - thes are in the rner. but they are les evere and orutl and and they fford a wider soo e fur a display rage and enterprise which have cnn d o materially to the welfare of Colum. This enterprise inds outlets in all direo SThose who are loyal to the memory of St. ck and to the sentiments which the sham recalls, find in the Isnd of their adoption st an equal chance with others to win fame fortune here. They are handicapped by no restrictlons and harassed by no tyranny. can take the leal if they have qualities frr rehip. All they aek is an opportunity, and is what we give them wihen we offer our e Spring C...

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. — 21 March 1891

II THE CARBIONATE DISTRICT, A Relei eof Good Barn ee Showings and a Good Pleld for in. vestment. A Description of Some of the More Promising Mines in That Lo cality. Great Falls Parties Largely inter ested in Some of the Leeds. The country lying west of Belt creel and extending from Tiger butte on the north to the parallel which passes througl Neihart on the south-over 15 miles--i perhaps the most broken region in the Belt Mountains. The mountains are more abrupt, mere broken and have beer covered with timber, and are difficult t prospect. The fires last summer cleared away much of the timber and now pros pecting will be much easier. Notwith. standing the difficulties a number of men have forced their way into the region and found many surface indica tions of mineral. Only in a few places have they followed up the indications, but have been rewarded by finding some prospects which are a surprise to the old timers. The region is well watered and has several sparkling streams which no...

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. — 21 March 1891

E WEEKLY TRIBUNE. TrB BRIDGE BONDS. r esteemed eontsmporary is not tly pleased with the bill wing counties to incur certainla das, and is. finding fault be it sla not retractive and does not an election held In this county fall, voting bonds for the purpose uilding bridges. In framing the this matter was taken fully into deration and after consultation leading attorneys of the espital es 'decided that to attempt to past elections would be al legislation and endanger, for ce, the legality of bonds issued e county, if the election of were depended upon. Rather leave any doubt as to the legality bonds to be Issued it was de to present the bill in the form hich is passed. If it were at to make it retractive, in the place the passage of the bill d be endangered and in the d place a cloud would be cast e bonds issued under such an ent. This above all other Mr. Gibson desired to avoid, hence the presentation of the bill form in which it passed. It lly considered in all its legal before it ...

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. — 21 March 1891

THE DAILY TRIBUNE. PmLII*aD DAlY AND WKBLW aT THE TIBUNE PUBLISHING COIPANT. [I(ooaroanTrD.] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subs'riptlons must be paid In advance. p AIL. 4 WULT. One year. mail,l0.00 One yearu . M, y mal. .00 Six months. LitL s most,. 1.01) One mouth. 1.01 reem 1.0 One week, by carrier, .Single copy. . 5 All city subscribersto Dally delivered by carrier. Advertising rates furniehed on application. The circulation of the Tribune in Northern Montana is uaranteed to exceed that of any pa tlr published in the state. ubcribers desiring their address changed must send their former addr.es; this should be remembered. Addrss: Talstnat PUsLIsHINr COMPANY, AGret Yalle. Montana. SATURDAY. MAI.CH 21. 1091. I O)ur press report furnishes this morning an interview with Tom Power, one of the frauds who occu pies a seat in the United States sen ate, misrepresenting Montana, in which he distinctly announces his views on the silver question, taking ground directly against the interests of hi...

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. — 21 March 1891

IsWs gds of ollowing Ominous Words: ging THE THE HOR8 NG, Iont. en essaitchohun teeaitchee Ssstee ahende emohesstee *AU ahentee elleyeene ahuve ahende seeaitcheyel eus seellohteesitcheyeenje P7'nte ennwye aitchoheweesse teeaitchee ooesstee. ts an will give to any person a LtC. m of five dollars worth of for a correct translation of o e ominous words, suppos S0 the last utterances of Old O., Bull. no ermore we will give 10 discount on all goods pur of us during this month to xt five giving the correct iia tion, and to the next ten Pine s 5 per cent. ish answers must be in our by 12 o'clock noon, March COAL translation of the above ous words and the names of inners will be published on f fore March 22. Respectfully, Ti HE HUB. E DAILY TRIBUNE. [ DAILY TRIBUNE. SPRAY OF THE FALLS. WEDNESDAY'S DAILY. re was only one transfer of real flled yesterday. H. O. Chowen et to Nate Salisbury lot 18, block ty; consideration, $10,000. * two cyprians who were accused of bing the peace, came before ...

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. — 21 March 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE., SPRAY OF TEI PALLS. SATUIDAY'S DAILY. The K. P. dance last evening was a very pleasant arair. The balmy breezes of spring betoken the annual appearance of the moldy chestant about the spring poet and his we". As anether indication of the approach of spring, the awnings are belng thawed out and placed over a number of Central avenue shop windows. James Burns was in the police court yesterday charged as usual with inebriat ing more than was consistent with re spectable behavior, and paid a fine of $5. Such is the reward for human frailty. Milwaukee house arrivals: R. A. Rdb ertson, Montreal; A. Cook Fort Benton; Ed Remlcke, F. Schmldt, Sun River; Ernst Kesling, Coburg, Iowa; William Ghaham, St. Le Mare T. W. Thompson, Barker; Miss Raleigh, ieithburg. The Belt Mountain Stone Quarry com pany yesterday filed its patent to what is the townsite of Monarch. The document just arrived from Washington and was signed by the president, through his sec retary, Ellen McFarland...

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. — 21 March 1891

dMan's Vdengeanc 3MAR1 PI~ fl .eIgha An uh mwo Les 1 CHAPTER U. Gerald's nest term at Harvatd from his mother that rumors bed her of bow Louis Bond had himself ina the hands, as it were, or four spiritualisti med m.n, become a oonrmed devotee of e. Then, soon afterward, letter from Mrs. Ravelow told how Brenda had been to ase her lady's home in New York, and plenteous and most pathetio the infatuaton of Louis. "It wrote Gerald's mother, "that a certain clairvoyant, named d who ba acquired gnat er your led. Brenda has oncs at a meeting, where she a real or Setltious trance, and her as strilingly beautiful, ht foreign accent and a voice most dulcet cadences." while after his graduation, in wing June, Gerald met this eridge. He had no sooner seen with her than he realised was odious. Not that she was beauty of a certain sensuous t her green-gray eyes hid lights Iled him, and in the coils of her burn hair he seemed to se sue. of a serpentine temperament. Yen it out in a vague way that y...

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. — 21 March 1891

EARL & WILSON'S LATEST I TO BE HAD AT NATE W.ERTHEIM, Park Hotele icBlocke lo .ieGreat Falls, M ta Park Hotel Block. Great Falls, Monts NO. 8s53. IRST NATIONAL BANI OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, Sl;ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Oapital, $50,000. T. E. COLLINS ............... President J. T. AMINGTON .............Vioe-Presidet A. L. DICKIRMAN...............Csshli, B. H. MATTESON...............A.. st. Cashier DIREOTORS: 6. A. 3BOADWATBB. JO3N LUPLI . pARISU OIOIN. IRA 333. 3OU33T VAUOHN. 3.. ONOW U. 1. UT.WART TOD. J. H. MOBIOHET. J. BOOKWALT.II L. O. I~.ILPW. A usmuat banksta busums tMaact.J 1a olb drawn the prinoipl poi ts the ?rorPt gttio en to oo. tions. inrtewt allowed on tim depa ot. C. I. Webster, :Robt Blanulnbaker PsUszDJTst. be VICs Pass. WI. A. Webstr, CARI3e. The Secerity Bank OF GREAT FALLS. (Incorporated.) DIRECTORS : J. S. PILLSBURY, H. 0. CBOWEN, RonT. BLANIKENBAKER W. A. WEBSTER. A. W. KINSBUcRY, C. II. WEBSTER, SAMUal. GRANT, E. CRUTCHER, Active Accounts Solicited. INTE...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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