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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 1 February 1890

The Tribune. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION , E VI. NUMBER 64 (UREAT FALLS. MONTANA. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 1 890. PRICE. 5 CENTS ann UN- - without exaggera line of Fine Men's best in this part of t, well-fitting, com urable hand-sewed s in Lace and Con ed by the cele era Messrs. Lilly, of Brockton, Mass., given the best of Where we have sold customer, he has celebrated Eastwood fine French - calf oes in lace and con that combine com ability. They are oe, but the good, durable shoe, feel at home em; they are also corns. We will e every time if a cannot be said in celebrated Alfred . They are made no shoddy felt that as worn only a preventive frop are sole agents d-sewed shoes, to $88.50, are con any shoe offered same price. Men's Slipper's in ed Morocco and plete. selling Ladies' cost and have a fair to select from. t a pair for your in or aunt. They e room for men's sale in heavy still in progrees. of these goods we ce we started our has surprised even on't miss this sale. pplied for this win ...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 1 February 1890

iREAT FALLS TRIBUNE r, LWWnnn 11 AlND sari-wlmny aT THE TRIBUNE PIIBLISHIN COMPANi. roNcoaroATaDn] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Madi saubMrptions must be paid in advance. A il ity subsceribers to Daily delivered by carrier -dyrtli Nrate.s hriaeh on pylloatoun. Tlhe olsoietlion of the Tribune in northern inetna s mutranteed to oeeedthat of may pa Ntrnbles o inth ' 1.00 Three the teit1. s weekrberrs desiring Shgr addreo h.n.. d mtst sand their former addres; this should be remembered. Addre.: TseBu.r PuBsesnIo ComuPAN Breat Palls,. Montana. NO. 8525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $Iooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000 OFFlOES. T E. CUoums, .. . President L. G. PaELrs . Vice-President A E DICEoRMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TaaC, .. . Ase't Cashier DIREOTOR8: . A. BROADWATEB, MARTIN MAOINNIS, PARIS 0180n, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, IL O. COWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON. A general banking business trnacted. xbhangse drawn on the prinolpal points in the State and Europe. Prompt attention g...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 1 February 1890

kNCB FOR A LYNCHiIG tous ease" obl Bearhbli the -State for the Brutal Wielhta, tan., Eurderer. le A-- len 1t Harla C0ounty. Ky. Troops Ordered to Be Beady to S Sarh to the Beene. WtoirtAA, Kan.. Jan. 81.-A mob of oxen called at the jail, at Coldwater, 7 before 10 o'clock to seure Dr. , who killed Dudley Murphy on y. They were refused admittance brke in, wen they were informed had beou taeo away by the some time before. Armed orm 0 soon etia~d j.i ne ootne mdt • dIwn into NoManes Landa , t mn. t she eri. had gone there. 'Te au. tie, it is maid; hsvae learned that SMurphy ehnoged inn scheme with . trams to dipose of her husband, db he been airods WHITEh WILL REVULT. Capita Tfa t the chlIkeaew l0tionl k*lr to cane erlari" .5r.l, I" , Tens, J-". 81.-Piious ble 6saticiptsed in the Chikasaw on the time approaches for the tion of the per capita tax of 1 lev on white reaidents for the privilege g manual labor. This law .bee the source of much ontention, aienumber of oaions hm well e fully 8...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 1 February 1890

GRAND CLEARING BALA In . Boys' . Suits, . Fancy . Shirts . and . Woolen . Socks ! 100 Boys' Snits from 2150 upwards This is but a sta.rter Look out for uarther ote, as we 50 dozen Fancy Shirts at 50c; former price $1.25 andS 1,50. must have more room before building an extesneon to onr 50 dozen Woolen Socks at 250; former price 35 and 0c. etore. NARROW GAUGE. A CHORANGE OF PROGRAMME FOR THE GREAT FALL & CANADA RAILROAD. Tie Cutting to Progress With Rapidity Engineer Barclay En Route to This City. Sam Grant received from his father, Donald Grant, Wednesday, atelegram in structing him to have all ties for the Great Falls & Northern R. R. cut to nar row gauge length, as it has been decided by the management to construct a narrow gauge road to conform with the line al ready in operation between Lethbridge and Dunmore, instead of a standard guage as was at first contemplated. Some ties of the standard length had been cut in the mountains, but MIr. Grant sent cour iers to the seve...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 5 February 1890

The Tribune. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION SVi. vi ~unrl ., GREAT FALLS. MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 5, 1890. PRICE. 5 CENTS R. p4 tic n'lU' AI1 rtit ln eet i thin; ps of. 'ditlabl~ headae*ed` in," Lrce ,iad Ciam- " bth oele of ;0 kton;"M~j - Ri$j the 'bettof" a riz ere we have col4 " oitterhe h~a" I ",etlebrated; etwood fine 'Fwe Ich -calf, nI aend con r corns. We wifl utfe every ine. if a cannot be .said in celebrated Alfred . Thby are made no shoddy felt that 1 as worn only a "re preventive from e are sole agenfa ahand-sewed shoes, tpo $350, are con any shoe ofered selling adies' o and have a fair to seleet from. Pa Pir fo t. hey lori io men' woe ia; "' wo ty: .a: oD its o let·· ·hab ~t~IMWiatto$;~ BANI WIRKCIR JU OI Dl. Poll, the Originator of the iigantle SSwindle at New Yotrkpeting tin Lbdlow Street ,all, r Old OeeorA Pledge ThemSelves to Pat f the Crippled Institutlons on Their Feet Aalia. NoW 'Ol Eo , Feb. i.-U-nited States C tmle#tmer Shields held George H. SPblla ruled ior conitetl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 5 February 1890

. REAT FALLS TRIBUNE eroaaaear "tilY AND snai.waImY THE TRIBUINE PUBLISHING COMPAN!. [twooaronaTno] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail asubscrptiue must be paid in advance. DAILY. .m'= = '. alueear, bymail,i10.W One par by mail, . ,it months, 6.00 ] .moths 1 .6 Sn month 1 m00 Three ntls" 1.0 ie week, o.py carrier, 6 Mingle copy,...... 5 Alleity mbeoribers to Daily delivered by carrier Advertising rates furnishod on application. The circnlation of the Tribune in northern MIntana is guaranteed t.' eeeed that of cy pa. per published in the terrotuao noeoreroere desiring their address changed must send their former address; hi shouild be remembered. Address: TaieNre PLuLcseaao COMPANY, 'Ereat Falls, Muntana. NO. 8626. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized CaT ital, $$,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000 OFFIOERAS ' E. UOLLINS, .. . President L. G. PHELPS . . Vice-President A E DICKERMAN, . . . Cashie.i D L. TaAcv, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: 0. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PAIa SGIB...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 5 February 1890

uaembmrs l; ,Douse Are ilbenr ea the "; 06:9 ; the Great te Phselly EPprlelpeite in keg *tinw lHlnolui, lint Under sProtest. ton l eI ennia~ of R~epree eeletlae Pspoe-A' Wide llllerellt1 o Opinion. Feb. `'4"--Mr. Moe liUeu, Wenne4e , fred the Oare wflsn for the OitiiIn the !itolnefor' thi day end lied the illusions of those liepsh. no who believed that the minority accepted the Ine vitslp eM wotld thi r diletohy~btelue; dti iersteiln% iimong Demo ononteri~hit (atI'they wll .. :"44it I ihie tits*. Ihtto ~rigtre tghtlea iStrz thie tlnrk ttO t t"'l .vprn titht. 'No', 1 Jrin ditng ti jqnnri a onl.t d. or he had onIt .1 r vrrl.i)J, the o..tnes ofthotse T cl tcil;w 0ieiquested 1 4 This lt0publicehs law ut once fe uteter ".. 0~111 he c..i' Flaw, to ctorin out the rrtdlng of teloton en possible. Hirdly t k diln the last worlb of it nvl n Mr. Mtei nt y' mtoved i,1 :i tn de *tt ; ht ''on , idh hn e enarnollw qUl pd. r t dbe"t'e phe es .ait -ol nthis dens, dth e, ' d. t mu Oersi odered .bit ' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 5 February 1890

GCAND LEAING SAL In . Boys' . Suits, . Fancy . Shirts. and . Wolen . Socks! 100 Boys' Suits from $1.50 upwards. This is but a starter. Look out for arthRr outs, a t 50 dozen Fancy Shirts at 50c; former price $1.25 and $1.50. ' ' tumst have more room beforme building an extension to our 50 dozen Woolen Socks at 25c; former price 05 and 50c. s ore. GREAT FALLS TO LETHIIUtDGE. Donald Grant Givnr Some Interestlng Faute About the New Road. "When do you expect Mr. Barclay and his stff of engineers?" inquired a Tlt nruNE reporter Monday of Donald Grant, the famous railroad builder. "lie will be here tomorrow or next lay" replied Mr. Grant. "Whit is the plan of campaign for the Great Falls and Canund?" "The route will be all located by March 1, and the road will be completed trom here to Lethbridge by September 1." "Who will build it?" "I have taken the contract for the con etruction of the road, which includes the grading, bridging and track layina. It includes also the buildiug of the lep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 8 February 1890

The Tribune. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION IE VI, NUMBER 69 ;IREAT FALL,. MONTANA. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 1890,) PRICE. 5 CENTS lvea elegast line ga complete line of E88 -:- TIE8, BPu arhtent, ay without exaggera line of Fine Men's e best in this part of ant, well-fitting, com 4 durable hand-sewed oes in Lace and Con ufaotured by the cele akers Messrs. Lilly, of Brockton, Mass., ly given the best of SWhere we have sold a customer, he has -er. celebrated Eastwood t fine French - calf shoes in lace and con oes that combine com ability. They are y shoe, but the good, and durable shoe, man feel at home them; they are also r corns. We will e every time if a cannot be said in e celebrated Alfred hoes. They are made .'; no, hoddy felt that oon as worn only a sure preventive from We are sole agents hand-sewed shoes, '62 to $3.50, are con any shoe offered the same price. .till selling Ladies' t cost and have a fair left to select from. get a pair for your usnein or aunt. They make room for men's ing. g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 8 February 1890

1REAT FALLS TRIBUNE PBLIsBBD ^Usa Ano samY1-wasn THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. rINOOBPOBATED] 8UBSCRIPTION RATES. MoIl! subcriptions must be paid in advance. J.eresr by mail, 510.00 One year, by mail, 5.00 z monthe," 600 Si onths.t 1.50 Onemonth 1.:0 Three monts" 1.00 One week, oy carrier, 2 Single copy....... I All oity sebscribers to Dalydelivered by carrier Advertising rates furnished on application. Thes clrclation of the Tribune in nrthern Montnane is guarantel to excneed that f w. pa per published in the terrltocy a.oionerser dtliring their address changed must send their former address; this should be remembered. Addrese TarsInU PnaBIeSaru ComrAI, Great Fals, Muntana. NO. 8528. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $S,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00.000 OFFIOERS" T E. COLLIns, . . . President L. G. PHELPm . . Vice-President A E DICnKEE yN, . . . Cashier D L. TsaoC, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: 0. A. BBOADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PLBIS GIBBON, IRA MYERS, OB...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 8 February 1890

8 FOR THE DD. of Ira. Tramy and Her D.ah. Held at the xeeatirve sMasion. of the Cabinet Act as Pall rs-Distingulshed Diplo, mate Present. Tracy Able to Attend but Very Weak--Simple Cere monles at the Tomb. i, Feb. 7.-The funeral at y and her daughter, Miss Mary urredat 11 a m., the services' t dat the executive mansion. t no time to send out notices 1 ons to the friends of the fam- i eo a notice of the funeral was the papers with a request . naideted by the official and t enda of the family as an in- I them to attend. That this was very liberally interpreted one was proved by the gath- I nd the White House grounds hour. By the time arranged neral-11 o'clock-there wase a o gates and driveway and the streete were crowded with The East room, where the t' to be held, was crowded. ] of the room were the two a Daughter, Side by ide.. tmthe caskets was placed a g palm, the branches of graceful curves over the caskets were hardly via the man of flowers which them. srviaeeis for the SDr. Dou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 8 February 1890

GRAND CLEARING SALE ! In . Boys' . Suits, . Fancy . Shirts . and . Woolen . Socks! 10Boy' fSuitsfrom 1.50 upward. AT T ' N This is but a starter. out f further o uts, a . 50 dozen Fancy Shirts at 50c; former price $1.25 and 1.50 mst have more room before building an extension .,, 50 dozen Woolen Socks at 25c; former price 35 and 50c. T store. RICHARDS LONELY. The Demo tler Senatorsn n to Caliofornia Suddenly. fltE.ENA, Feb. (I.-[Special to the TltRTUNE.]--The report flew about town last evening that all of the democratic senators had left for California on the afternoon train. Not one bould be found in town. RIHKAnDS MUST {.RIN AND 1EAR IT. As the senate wao not to meet until 10 o'clock this forenoon, no action could be ta ken. \ALT, IE(IISLA'ION STOPPE.I) 'This bolt stops all attempts at legisla tlio . A D)EMO)R('ATI' C.A('UCS lIELD). Rickards' ruling yesterday came like a thunderbolt. lie maintained that the presence of nine senators constituted a quoruml whether they voted or not...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 12 February 1890

* The Tribune. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION 1 VI. NUMBER 72 *IREAT FALLS, MONTANA4 WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 12, 1890. PRICE, 5 CENTS A' as easgt 11He SNECKWEAR, cople5 line of 88 -:- TIES, without exaggera. line of Fine Men's best in this part of t, well-fitting, com urable hand.eewed in Lace and Con by the cele given the best of Sre we have sold customer, he has ebrated Eastwood fine French - calf in lace and con that combine com ility. They are oe, but the good, d durable shoe, feel at home em; they are also corns. We will every time if a be said in Sdelebrated Alfred it, They are made J o shoddy felt that as worn only a preventive from A are sole agents ndsewel shoes, to .O,. are oon to any shoe of ered Ai same price. selling Ladies' a to sisa6t fre0. t pair fo your or aunt. They room for mens. at tr sale in heavy still in progress, ~f thes good we we sttted ou surprisd even 't iss this sale. c fair tiis o i.te att importatlon i Ma$skrerhiel A-r Sy vere -ra eawte on a ttis A arn cdeer toind.. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 12 February 1890

.iREAT FALLS TRIBUNE THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHINIG COMPANY, fIIxOOeroanlt ] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail beesriptions must be paid in advanoe. tinoysar bymilS10.00 One yea, by nmatt, $i0 i mon.e, " .O0 ee [ ull :moat.h 1.10 Onemonth 1.0 emonthbs li. S)neweek, .y codter, rI Single copy,..... I SII cityr nbseribers to Dallydelivered by carrier Adyerte rytet. furnished on application. The oltoallson of the Tribune In Crtbern ."nthna is urantenl t exceed tht bof Cy a -rpobIethred ain the terltu 0 ao noer desiring their addreee hanged mst send their formnr addreo; this ehould be remnembered. Addrem TaiteOes PmuEeaeee C"oerPAr, Great FPs., Montana. NO. 8525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. C Authorized CaDital, $ I,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000 OFFlOESR: d T E. COLLIN, . . . President " L. G. PHELPs . . Vice-President I A E DIcEERMAN, . .. Cashier D L. TRAcT, . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: SE . A. BROADWATER, MARTIN 1MGINNIS, of PARIS GeISON, IRA MYBRS, nC OMRT VAUGHN, H. O. COWNS, 't J. . A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 12 February 1890

AR AIUNRASY. Repablt Compoeed ed a Portugal Prodieted Naar futar. Orleasns Prelteadr to I and Arwested. Birodte or the Popt, t Aeeaiale i --J4e Spoaish a naeray over the Ienoetrail ln I at Madrid for the anniveruary of r in adO, the reeatly a of AesL , and muagera- t red rptublie, a form Swhih failed, Spanish t. e it Was too tender Sthe enemies who ittal. d""""ooon. Many I gathering will in eeish history. republic, somewhat after a tie United States, nicely d the admilssion of Portu- f for such Repub 2 r astehlp , Dthe thbe inbabitants of tP how handy it od anotlia difficulty ta taarrbl of defending pt atecting other a.l., Arreted peon -Prine Philippe, Duoe aoof Ooamte de Paris, ei de arrived in Paris announcing the ab a.la his formal re to the Freoh a maaafeuo of thej wuaa taden. boretbe here he dolrisd thai i ks furth deton 1)ak.ofw Orleansh with violating bo hinmseif nd bL i p oftbe Iepollo. Tih uested tat then w ed order toavow 8l h case lin the hands areq v gwamented and is wat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 12 February 1890

GRAND CLEARING SALE! In . Boys' . Suits, . Fancy . Shirts . and . Woolen . Socks! 5deo o a ormprice5andNATHAN'S, THE ONE-PRICE CLOTHIER. Ioontaa 50 dozen Fancy Shirts at 50c; former price $1.25 and $1.50. must haSe more room before building an extension to our 50 dozen Woolen Books at 25c; former price 85 and 50c. sto. rr ,TI - r I -n.+.,any..+. Rn .... .. ....... I. . ......... . ........ .. I. THE BIG DAM. FRED WHITE5IDES THE LOWEST BIDDER FOR THE LABOR. th The Award Will be Made at Once wo That Work May Begin Promptly-Other Matterm of Interest to the Tribune Readen. El Hon. Paris Gibson and A. E. Dickerman tal returned Saturday from St. Paul and both received a hearty welcome from our m' citizens. Mr. Gibson has been absent but an a few days, while Mr. D. has been enjoy- co Ing a vacation of several weeks. In con- M versation with a THIBUNE reporter, the he former said the liveliest possible interest regarding Great Falls is felt in the Twin an Cities. He had thought on tormer vi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 15 February 1890

The E Tribune. M _SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION VI. NUMBER 75 GREAT FALLS. MONTANA. SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1890, PRICE. 5 CENTS -. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . to our I . _g,, 'eS, drrni d Mont. an hel beat 1p K lE$WEAR, )I8 8 TIES, tut. without exaggera line of Fine Men's beset in this part of , well-fitting, com durable hand-sewed in Ladb and Con red by the aele given the best of ere we have sold a r.customer, he has oelebrated Eastwood St fine French - calf hoes in lace and con that combine com Fills, bility. They are y shoe, but the good, and durable shoe, man feel at home and; m; they are also made r corne. We will nre every time if a cannot be said in e celebrated Alfred Vhoes. They are made 11 ; no shoddy felt that soon as worn only a sure preventive from We are sole agents Co 'hand-sewed shoes, Pto $3,0, are con. any shoe offered te same price. still selling Ladies' saet and have a fair lift to select fromn. We'ge a pair" r ryour ln in or sunt. They ar t .ske mom formen'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 15 February 1890

.REAT FALLS TRIBUNE P5MNLKeIr ".1lN AND BeaW.WeuExL THE TRIBIUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. fIaooa.oanTeo] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail ubsecriptione must be paid in advanoe. DAILY, ynr- s -wELn. &Ane.mr, by mailji10.01 One yari, by mall, {.00 i tsmonll, 6.00 Bi months " 1.60 nemonth 1.00 Three months" 1I0 Oneweek, orarrier, 2I iingle copy ...... I AIll ity ucribern to Dail. delivered by cnrrier Advertilng rates furnished on appllcation. tdhe eircnlation of the Tribune in Lorthern Mlntana is guaranteed to exceed that of iAy pa per publishrd in the termtuel bamelonners dsiring their addreem ohaned muast send thoeir former addres; this should be remenmbered. ddreeu: Tamnroe PUnLISING COMrPANY, Brent Falls. Muntans. NO. 0526. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000 OFFIOERS: T E. COLLINe, . . President L. G. PHELPs . . Vice-President A E DICKERMN, . . . Cashier D L TRACO, . . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: 0. A BBOADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PAR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 15 February 1890

elln IIITLBD. Fy eeltag i, North Dakota the Lottery Frieds Are Still Aetively at Work. l.e of the b0eaure Are Not at Diown In the Mouth- (ham. Apage Flows Freely. e0, Feb. 14.-A Herald special Ik, N. D.4 says: Notwith ipt the Ittery bill was killed ebe is an uneasy feeling that up again, two eom other er in this legslature or in fu. S ohIiapions are not so . in the mouth as one would suppose they would be after lug defeat.or, if they are, they guard their feeling with ex tion, Champagne is being among the members, and enemie of the mess (. ulging in an uproiar thie. Ex-Senator Spencer, mogul of the' lottery people, hese Impeding evil or teo aon early train ftr St. y mor.ig. Nothing is CT TO N GRO EXODUS. Planter I rlb Labor Agents `r X, Q,,.Feb, I4.-- A. Wllt. Shlef of the labor agents it Carolina, reports that he t 20,000 negroes out of the he Las never yet put a traom without having a 1 obntract provided for a d6miands for O0,000 more I iG i and Tesdday were the the labor agents h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 15 February 1890

GRAND CLEARING SALZI In . Boys' . Suits,. Fancy . Shirts . and . Woolen . .e.ks! 0 ody fronm hi .rprice AT A. NATHAN'S, THE ONE-PRICE CLOTHIER. haver- bl o an.exnsio to.oar 50 dozen Woolen Socks at 25e; former price 35 and 50e. RAILROAD EXTENSIONS. The Belt Mountains Branch Will Be Bulnt late Nellhrt--It May go on to Castle. Messrs. Foley Bros. & Co. have the contract to build the Neihart branch of the Montana Centlral al far as Monarch, or Chas. Martin's ranch. The road to this point will be completed and ready for operation by April 1st. The original in tention of the company seemed to have been to make Monarch the terminus for at least one season, but the Tlunr.rlr has learned that a change o.i programme has been decided upon and that the road will be ex tended to Neihart, and probably to Clendenio, at once. This will be good news to the miners of t:rsecamps as it will enable them to ship their ore to the Great Falls smelter at the least possible cost. If a good pass can be f...

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