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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 3 May 1890

The Semi- Weekly Tribune . LUME VI.--NUMBER 141. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1890. I'RICE FIVE CENTS. Mt*l*e srt Fanlartehe Kni n u P' Flannel Shirts, Boys' Waists, Boys' Suits, Everything in the shape of Boys' sists now in stock. An elegant o of Peroailes, Cheviots, Sateene d Fine Flannels for the "kids." 1 1 loves! GIoves!! Gloves! Gloves!! How can you get gloves, a pair is light, soft and at the same e desirable? We have solved the oblem. We have only just received invoice of what is considered the e of perfection in a driving glove. y are made from seal pup skins, a Oalifornia factory, who make a ialty of tanning and making up ase skins into fine gloves. Each hi is warranted to wear and fit and beyond doubt, the best glove for purpose ever placed on the ket. We are sole agents for here in Great Falls. Drop in look at them, they are beauties no mistake. Our stock of fine and castor gloves is now com eat all prices from SL00 to $2.50. heavy gloves and mitts we take e le...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 3 May 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE eUBLiesPr 3ILl AND SimU.I-wWLTI TlE TRIBUNE PUBLIBIINGl COMPALY. fINOoarisAThn] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Matl subeoriptions muit be paid in advance. tAILT. eum-WUUcT. ne l 15,0 Oneyare hhrrnnm.i:,o One month ' " . o I hee montis" 1.S one week, or oarrior, Ia Bingle oopy .... Alloity nhbscribers to Dailydelivered by carrier Advertising rates carnished on applilcation. Thie oircaation of the lribune in northern M.n.anat is suaranterd ti eoeedthat of a] pa per published in the terrmtor neaecnoere desiring their addre chaeo h ment send their former addrea; this shonld be remembered, AddeRg: Tnsteug PeLesunlsO CoMeSce, 3dret Fals.. i nnltana u NO. 8626. FllST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. PFad-Up Capital, $100,000 OFFIOtERI T E. COLLIS. . . . President L. G. P.ELPs . Vice-President A E D)IcEo -.AN, . . . Cashier D L. T.,.". . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORB: ,. A. BOIAUIWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIB~ PARIS SIBSON. IRA MTR8,. 3nBERT VAUGHN, H. o. OHOWEN...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 3 May 1890

TO RMH TR 1 . New Stoet, Amoutlat to $5,000,000, launed by the Chicago Burlia. ton and qulncr. The Proceeds to Be Applied to Bxtenad ing the Road Ibtella Black Hills toeglr. L P.lUipley Made yte President of tkefltwaskee-A Niw Berlisate Vice President, Boaron, May B.-The Chtoago, B~ lingtoan and Quincy railway has ioned a circular to its tookholders fering them the right to ubsecribe to 5 per cent.thirteen-year debenture bonds at par, in the ratio of 10 per enat. of their present hoding of stock. This will make a total len of $,m,400 bonds. The new bonds will b converti ble into stooF at rnd will be virta ally ll upon the hico, Burlington andQutncyutock. The noceedsof the imee..wll be aplied to 100 miles of new road in Wyomi-g, and n the vicinity of the Black Hillu, and to retire about $,500,000 bonds falling due the preent year. The issue has no relation to the Chicago, Burlington and Northem pur eh.eorlington's WNeW Vi.e Prsidah. Omcaoo, May ..-George B. Harris, vice preeadent of ...

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. — 3 May 1890

This Space is Reserved for A. NATHAN, The One-Price Clothier. THEY HAVE HEACHED BARKER. The Railromld Survey Completed into Tha Bouoming ('amp Yes. tcl iluy. Work to he C'omenced on the Barker Mine Without Delay-Machinery to ibe Purchlased. Further Relpatl Confirm the Good News Ablut the May & Ed.nt 4trike- Miners Excited. The railroad survey from Monarch, on1 the Belt mountains branch, into Barker, was completed yesterday and the engin eer corps are now returning. This branch will be 14 miles in length and it is fully expected that It will be built at once. An easy giade was found, so that the road can be pushed into the booming and blooming Barker camp at a compara tively small cost. The road will be completed to Monarch, within 14 miles both Barker and Nelhart, within 10 days. TIIE MAY AND EDNA STRIKE. The rich strike in the May and Edna and the Liberty is still an all absorbing theme, and every late arrival from Barker brings news which confirms the correct ness of the first...

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. — 7 May 1890

d r ýr +ý InF I + , y Tribune. L. 14." GRE.AT FALLS, MOaTA.A., EDAY, MAY 7, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS. pEvrything in the shape of oys'a iste now in . took. n elegant a of Peine.tos ChOJits, Sattas lea Flee Plannelst for the "kids." low cano yue glove, pair 1is light4ansof 4 ad the mmane a deinblel We have soled lth blea W have only jw esshed invoice o6 t Is of.oc ed t oemofpeerm ln a 5 are made from seal pop skin a Califori oy, whbo make a. wisleolty off ng(and - i as skt eitto lin oe s. " aoba riwre tadtowe mars Adt and beyond 4est, thebmstgloev for purpose ever pleOi on the rket We ar ale reaunt for .heu GreatJa'.lls. Drop lb look t sm, they are beauties r sake Our stook of ne Snd dktsot glpoes 1i ponw Ofatall icsatrm )100 to$*R heavy grrs ead mitts we tak lead. Our dogakin, bhavy glove, rket. Aoca o s lineof k.,in plygaoth andt 0i p, Icr~ Snits! Sring, Sut!!= Ab, Wflj . hir. w~ Sha n aIl' Au ?e .wht e""ryone who, hit loposed at our or-made Rte , tu. i ar 000g bona hueulwsab8 t aq 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. — 7 May 1890

GHEAT FALLS TRIBUNE 'HnLtnI'r '1I AND UeIX.W'mLS Tals TRIBUNE PUBLISHINB COMPAII. IINooPuONATJD] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail eubsdriptions must be pald A advmee. -noim bbymnailI. 10IN 'One ieee bymal. SL lamonibe, " , Il ti»monote l.a onemonth l1.0 Threemont r " h 1 ue week, oB clrrier, BiUNleeopy,...... All oit subecribers to Daily delivered by oarrier AdvertsLn rate fuarnished on appication. The oiroealton of thre TrIbune i rortbher M-'tetaie gsssoteedt tr nooedbat of y Da er paobliehd. in h the tito, -noeorers desiring atheir addreme chNsnp€ muet sind their former addres; this ehboad be rnmembered. Adderee: TaeIUon PtUwsiiinu OmUPAn, reat Falls, Moluntana. NO. 8528.. FIlRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS, Authori:ed Capital, S,ooo,ooo Paid-Up Capital, $100,000 OFFIOER8: T E. COLLINS, . . Preeiden; L. . PHELPS . . Viee-Preeiden' A E DICERRMAN, . . aeahiel D L. TRACY, . . Aes't Caahie8 DIREOTORS: . A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON. IRA MHl R.B WOBERT VAUGHN, H. . OHOWIN, J T...

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. — 7 May 1890

Mayer MDIlherr end the New ConneD Begin Work ike the Tear. The Mayor's Neeage Rteviewe City AMn" end Give s ome Sonun Adyiee 'hetqp Aminf~ WVehrlteer fe-Eleeted Preet. dent o. the VOwnell-COty At. tansy-ti lie CLad& Clerk Unealmpnely. "Rinig put the old, ring in the new.' This Tennysonien precept was followed Monday eve when the new couancil and mayor gave place to the old. The coun. cil room was crowded at an early hour but the aldermen came not. Finally howevet, Aldermen Hickory, Gerin, Al brecht, Hotohkiss and Bridges answered to the roll cell. Mayor Fairfield toot the chair and ity Clerk Leslie read the minutes. Busmness was dispathbed quick ly. Salary bills wee allowed. Building permits were given to the Great Falh Meat compaenr William Albrobht and Wtilliam lm. On motloa of Alderm.n Hotohkkss, the old oonouncil then adjourn, ed. Few and short were the words the retiring mayor said as be left the chair and appointed a committee of sir to escort Mr. Dicklerman thecto. Mayor ...

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. — 7 May 1890

This Space is Reserved for The One-Price Clothier. ........ TfH GREAT NOATHERN CUT. It is Causing commotion Among the t'hirago Trunk Linues. Their Hold on the St. Paul. Dakota and Montana Trade is Loosened. It is Probable That the Propoeed Duty on Lead Ores Will Meet with Opposition. Sr. PAui, May3.--The GreatNorthern's slashing cut in lake and rail rates from New York makes the rate from New York to St. Paul but one cent higher than from Chicago to St. Paul. This means a out of 11 cents on business be tween New York and Omaha In favor of the St. Paul route. The announcement created a stir among the Chicago west bound roads. Montana StatlstlU HBs.naA, May 8.-Spruellle Braden has been appointed special agent of the con sue bureau to collect and compile the mineral statistics of Montana, northern Idaho and eastern Washington. Opposition Growing. WAsmhoNTON, May 8.-It is believed that when the tariff bill comes up In the house next week there will be very strong opposition to the lead ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 10 May 1890

The Se m -Weeklyy Tribune. VOLVME VIL.-'UMBE 3. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS. EngIh i tush oats. PRBPARR FOR BAINY - WEATHER. We have just re, ceived an elegant as sortment of import ed English Macintosh coats, with or without capes. Also a com plete line of American manufacture, including the finest grades of Gossamer rubber goods that can be depended upon to completely shed water. THE PERFECTION co RUBBER-:- OAT This coat is made lC for teamsters, riders or any one who drives. It is made with a com- g bination pant attach- ' ed that can behuttened1 closely around the legs, l thus preventing them from getting wet while driving. This coat is made from pure gum and will last a, man a to life time. It is beyond a the best thing in the shape of a rubber coat for ranchers, stock and sheep imen or teamsters in the market. Boys RUBIJER Cots.Ra Rabber JIt. Slikel~rs, Etc THE wmOD Arew Jessn, Prop'r, Osesethblr Ioo of She Kilau butfl 'ag, Gveus Mola w. 5O t...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 10 May 1890

GHEAT FALLS TRIBUNE PUBLIBmn'&I7LI IAD $IA=-WAOTT TIE TRIBUNE PUBLI18IIN COIPANI. r(icoPeosATDm] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ml1 sbacriptionus must be pald in advanee. ixO month "s 1to Three month i e week, nyo carrier, 25 |in slerop,...... &lacit shabsribesn to Dailvdslivcesd by arrier vAuthoruede furniahel on app00oaton. ime -irao n of the Trlbune in northern P p nta is srCa pital,$e e sdthto $00000 pa T E. bls in th . . te Prerr ient o.soror deiring their addresid ohnted musr lend their former addreu; this should be emembered. Addrels: TStIB to . PUPLIesmIN C0mUPI, AEt F Dicans , . . Oahier D L. T , O. 82. . Ass' MPilT NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. AuthonAWd CaTital, AIN,ooo,oooI Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000 OFFICERS" T AI. .OLL..S, President L. G. pHELPS . • Vine-President A E D .c 'ERSIAN, .. . . Cashier D L. TRAc¥ . . . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: C. A. BRuAUWATEB, MARt'IN MAGINMIS, PARIS GIBSON. IRA YPES. pOBERT VAUGHN, H . 0. OHOWN, ST. ARMINOTON, JOHN LEPLEY. Sguensel bankin bs...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 10 May 1890

FINDING MONEY. .aE N.UTUE 0O MO1AI3Or , MONT. -A rAME OPPOaTVNITYt "O ErN or SMALL CAPITAL. What Moaten and New ngland Money i. D.ig toeb Monarch and the Belt Meoa. t.al Mining Dstrlets-A - ew Lekn vllle s~ be Built VU-What a Eastea Mae :I thit loe of the funet opportunities for imlidt1ien taeid the reaping of immense profits of these small invest meante" reuarked a prominent Boston epipitilit the other day, "ii Just now be ing dred at Monuroh. Really, I con sider it one of the best Investments lever knew. I have been out thete and nlves tigated the thing fully and after a thor oug linpeotion I am more than ever con vinc d of the opportunity of realusing enormous profits o of a small invest met. Why, just look at Great Falls; but a little while ago, les than five years, everyb6dy said a man would be crazy to paea hundred dollers for a let there. Yet todasy th same lote are worth several hundred dollars per front foot; yes, they are worth lany thoutlnd dllUe a pleoe. Great eai is a g...

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. — 10 May 1890

This Space is Reserved for A.The One-Price Clothier. ____ The One-Price Clothier. -THE CASCADE BANK -OF GREAT FALLS, MONT. Ilncorporliel 4onder the laws of Montana April 5. 1880.I S. E. ATKIISON, - President WILL HANKS, - ce-President F. P. ATKINSON, Cashier DIRECTORS : S. E. ATKINSON, JiACOB SWITEER, PETER LARSON, WILr HAfKS, JOHN J. ELLIS, F. P. ATKINSON, A Beneral Banking Business Transacted. Interest allowed on time deposits. THE CITY COUNCIL. The Aldermen Refuse to Confirm George Treat for Manrhal-Routine Buslmess. The newcooncil was a little tardy in getting together Tuesday eve, but when once assembled they dispatched a great deal of business. Mayor Dickerman and some of the new councilmen lack the knowledge of routine council work, which practice will soon give. GOOD SUGGESTIONS. Mayor Dickerman, in opening the ses sion, recommended that immediate steps be taken toward the removal of signs from over the sidewalks, that some pro vision be made for Uniforming the city police 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. — 14 May 1890

S ' mont Historical Society eSem eekly Tribune. !eGREAT FALLS, MONT NTA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS. W: have just re ceived ..an elegant - sortpent of itpr ed rlish 'Macintosh coats, with o. without capeP, Alsot a 1 om plete line-of sca': , manufacture, iftahndrig the ve just re-st Gossamer rubber goods that, wcani e depeitded apon to completely shed water. THEma PERFECTION This cost is made for teamsters, riders ord any one who drives. It is made with a com bination pant attach ed that canbe buttoned closely around th ,legs, thus -preventig 4lea romn to compg wet whil driving. cat is made made from purea com and willat ca a manb a life : s, bey thus pv the shape of ru er coat for rancher, stck ad sheep, en o teamate in thli tEarlk, B RR oata. TI THE SILVER MEN ARE SMILING epublisan Senatore Refuse to Accept ~ a Cacas Deision. OUSTER BATTLE GROUND TO BE FENCGED Buchan is Admitted to Bail at Minne- di apoils-Not a Strong Case hi AgaJnst Him. G Pope Leo Eileease a Wish ...

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. — 14 May 1890

GHEAT FALLS TRIBUNE UELt6eIVI MI ADND s.wammDLT TiE TRIBUNE PUBLISHI8N0 COMPANY, IIloneuontrn] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail snbeeriptions mot be paid in adaono,. on monhie, " )Sn montle " :.R Un month " l00 Threemontlte" .0 ()One week, oy aerrier, Single oopy,...... 5 Ali oty uabscribers to Dail delivered by carrier Adrvertlisng rates furnished on appilotion. The oaleondtion of the Trilbne in .erthorn tlnmtana is suaranteed to exceed that of tay pa per published in the terrt.,T Suoecnbers reltin8 their address ohangd mast send their formeor address; this should be remembered. Addrss: TtirsUn PUsLanmeIo CaoMrAN 'erat Falls. Montana. NO. 8525.. FIlT NATIONAL BANKI OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, Siooo,ooo Paid-Up Capital, $100,000 OFFIOERS: r E. COLIIN, . . . PrOsid,:X L. G. PHnvLP . . Vice-Preside::: A E DICKERMAN . .. Cashi. D L. TRAC, . ... Ase't Cashi. DIRECTORS: S. BI UIOADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON. IRA MYBR. ROBERT VAUGHN, H.o. OHOWEN, I T. ARMINGTON, JOHN LEPLEY. A e...

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. — 14 May 1890

Cattle in Cnxteiees Number. CATTLEMEN WILL LOE, $ ,o000,00. Hundeed ofuDead Cattle Ploatie DoW this. m boldth Manyt Horses Managed to Live Amid al the Srow sad Cold-Sheep Wee Killed in Thousands. Ar F acreao, eyc 11.-Col. Silas Wenbtoh, the mining tiagnete and wealthy cattlemen of Nevada, has just returned to the palaie hotel from a tour of In. spectio of 'his Nrvada properties. He said to a Chrosfible reporter lat evening: "The cold'and the snow of the past win ter have ceried the death of one-half of the cattle In Nevada. A nelahbot, whose ranch idhoiOs mine at Cortes, lost 90 per of his herds. I lost probably one-half of mine. I have 150 head of stock lying dead around my barns at Cortez in a spose 50x100 feet. The Humboldt river is very high and overflowing its bank; Hundreds of dead cattle are floating down the streat and piling up here and there in large pumbers. HaOsua AmSn sarP ALSO LOIT. "The lIseto the eattlemen by the snow and cold of, the winter will amount to over $1,00...

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. — 14 May 1890

THE LITTLE ENGINES RUNNING, Three s ihues of Track on the (Ireat Fallis & (anada i. t. Laidl FINISHED TO THE TETON IN 20 DAYS. John 1. Ellis' Boom Breaks and 1,500 Cords of Wood Start for the (;ul of Mexico. Robt. Vaughn Sells 40 Acres of Land Near the ('ity for 3$0,000 Iother Local News. A visit to the front yards of the Great F:ali· Canada railroad Monday, enabled o Ta all.s reporter to witness the quick movelment- of the narrow goage locomo tive while busily engaged In hauling materiali forward to the end of the track. Several sar, are also on the new track, all i.intled inl ig letters, "Great Falls & Canada }l:ira:.y," It is a reminder that our relr iors wita h our northernoneighbor. are rsoonl 5, Iso very close. We were In formr'l Iro the courteous officials that about t:. ..r miles of track are now laid and :l.at they expect to let the iron horse drinl, "!m the Tleton river in twenty lur'. They have on hand ties enough !or 51 miles of track, and soon the cur rent of 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. — 17 May 1890

er e ibune. ? A Ai MOTA, POD," ;' ;- 8. C RIOAIT FALLB, MON 1ý~F~, SATUII&ýAY,-MIAY 17, 1890. _ PRICE FIVE CENTS. An l '4 . have ved t Igat end most !Ca ter shorwn .+a$? is eartme ;t 'ew ' more i··, May all of the sore" gorsfo for you a thate areper f , where-; ;~~dr~ 1 o ·ew thingp. in hsi 0* ii uet recently. d h b line~i~o 14 u i* retowht : 40XQ6 Bette' ! Wileop '0~*~W that M well theiL We every In V iet' e! y the latest, ; pr4ý sumrsA . n Thisa h t ' x are' H,.· that juet by i IN Rr 1lu00J4! iLid(· ,i1. w y. ' y: are!' 'It welte i'. MqB, f KW,, MJBAi RONA REAPPOITEOD, Ability uad leiolenoy ye Irre sltible - His Opponent. Bafled. In IVE MILES Mfr RfECEIVtRSHIP : the Ideuna* overnor Gives Jack so a Chaae etq Beg tbrClem. F eney P0pm the Gowernor. oi Sth Kettueky Derby Rin Ia Slow a .ftme-The Muddy Ground Re. trds the Speed of the Horse- . 1. tappoihted Indlan agi fio the Flat. head.. TheI ibtaba delegation opposed him anm4 eoomeende P trick Coulon of -_+i but' withot wal. . Am ...

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 May 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE ,OBLINHUM' 'ILT AND SUI-WNmLI ThE TRIBUNE PUBLISHIIN COPANY. IIN ooRPOnATD] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Al pit ol bscrptione most be paid in advaae. D1tLY. snU=-w=5ML. asye.r bymail,$1000A One year, by mal S50 ii onsh " .N) ui mnOth5o " 1.1 aemonth 10.0 Three mn t" ID ie WeekL, or carrier, 2I Bingle copV,...... 5 Allsity enbecribers to Dailydelivered by oarrier _dveretle. rates friiinhei on application. r oircutlaion of the Tribune in n.wrrhern ltmais t araeinute l f,' ,xeedthat of Nai pa Drpeublishe in the terRlm - m:.lontrs dfsirinu their address onld d aletesaed their forrmer addreee; this ah be amembered. Adnet F nl. Bt N LISI COPA, NO. 3020. FIIST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100.000 OFFIOERB: T L. COLLINS, . . . President L. G. PHELI' . . Vice-President A E DICXERMAN, . . . Oashier D L. TRA, . . . Ass't Cashier DIR ECTOR8: N. . BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIB, PANIS GIBSON. IBA MuSS. SOBERsT VAUGHN, . O. OHOWIN, J T. 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. — 17 May 1890

ALLEL if qhe*tl~xaagaia~j~~ train ~elee r ? 0. d t Ce .1 heire in m s etrak i a e embk i oent, 1al gP D1ame tad two Oth..,.. nbetrP `ofL :lao ir beitg i ed . edwi eteLh.e elp oonh sd w papred ite.t Iae leghuh not aerouey ret e ints saiona8Whw with raitd laikenni. n e tsays .thS fo * e ni ess e lon k ong i beth pertS iae tbo ti there a ill beaa grtet dtmbrtl tha waeng in a b a wi Si8OIr7S sipirnds and woe jae be.tensltilbeg bu bot aunsoea l e ithtelii l speate tl -ums. An *vew withbe tweatdd wiath thke contel Iu lse o b writhweeste i rrnto.e. - 5yyr .p enetaIr W Ivt.aslgerp mohn GonMboth paorte rataSte)re (I Ill beek nahdemberado dli e, t od evnen, h.ubb bt ropublans andel tees oe ototed up n sthm: . o: A ote as whei aret neow .rry ntake sad a teal frebight fs n e.t York to lip aei, imos: 5 ý1ents t () nati, etoohk. to assseo, are tal and be mins Sordoea thIeeo' psoof Btha olarest A nit iety few tereine. - New Yott.Meyi6h 1The Inde'peetal ibip week bptlles etehiroes oto all egd te pr...

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 May 1890

MORE WATER MAINS OiIElIti The City Council Transacts Much General Business. GEORSE TREAT IS MADE CITY MARSHAL. Steps are Taken to Build a Jail for City Prisoners. The Fire Alarm Wires Create Some )iscussion-The HuyandMenage Plats are Aceepted. There met around the council table. Tuesday eve, Mayor Dickerman, Alder men Browne, Bridges, Fletcher, Nathan, lowen and Webster. After City Clerk and Attorney Leslie had read the min ates, the mayyor suggested that some action should be taken relative to cattle straying at large., with the view of protecting the young tree,. Treasurer Htingwaldd' report was reand. The receipti were as follows: Licensei, $456.50:. plire justice court, $158.50: warrants paid. $2,074.90; cash on hand. $618.82 lieterred to committee on taxes and t]ir-ncees Alder man Webster thanked the mem bers far his reelection as president which wais a compliment that he appreciated very much. Mr. Leslie read a petition in favor of the appointment of John Swanston as police of...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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