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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 12 November 1890

..a o, - f ·. •. S, OVBE 1, 1890. E FIVE CTibu ne VOWME m.t rman8 GREAT FALLS, M J T r .vEpSIAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS DI TI .41 NI Cutting Down fr TIO Ii 0h r 1:PB toi x cn tb th ne iT We cannot tell a lie. a fil We d. it withour tle ei hatchet. Westruk origt r at the root of the iats ter and dowv caine 4hm to prices. None of -tl - oug is now high eough to be out -of aybodys " sh. u ti This ,is" the. grist ' i That goes to the mill This.Jis the machine You never can fill. L~et it dvour ias Much asjayouichoose And the,.result is alwa s Come. to our store, If yoot'reon the lock outt For cheapness SI at .. atyle. aths 'uu ' DEMOCRATS STILL GAINING, Dixon Safe and Five Democratit Ren. ators arc Certainly Electedl. DEMOCRATIC AVALANCHE IN ILLINOIS. i The Entire State Ticket Elected andsI 14 out of 20 Con. greanmen. Reports from Several States with a Confirmation of Former Good News. replleas anl ede eleetion. Buford Is surelyt lieeed in Madison county. With Gih mig...

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. — 12 November 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBERI 12. 1890. UGREAT FALLS TRIBUNE arBaIBu ~IULt NDB SEMIWIEEKLY THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, I IcoRnPOaMBo] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ail subsceriptions mast be paid in advanoe DAILY. SEMI-WaEKLY. e ar bymail, $10I00I One ear, by mail. X$.0 iI mouths, " ,50 Sia months 1.0 Qne month " 1.00 Three montha" 1.U5 One weeak,oarrior,25 Singleoopy,...... All Ota hubscribers to Daily delivered by carrier Advertising rates furnished on application. The oircelation of the Tribune in northern ontaana is earanteule t, exceed that of .ay pa pr spblished in the state " .usoribers desiring their address ehansed must send their former addressee; this should be ramembered. Address: TRnauNE I'unLIseHIN COMPANS 'treat Hals, Muoetana. NO. 8256. FIRST NATIONAL BANi OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFICERIS8: T E. COLLIN, . . . . President L. G. PHELPes . . Vice-President A E DIOKEEMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRAov, . . . Ass't Cash...

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. — 12 November 1890

The Iruh Patrlotr are Given an Ovatlen--Gov. Hill Pre. NEARLY $40,000 ADDED TO THE FUND. Demoerats have a Majority in the Illnoias Legislature - Plain Salling for General Palmer. World's air and the Colored Peo ple-Painted Horse Makes a Big Kick-SoUth Da koth Elections. Nan YonxI, Nov. 10.-Rarely has the Metropolitan opera house held suoh an audience as it did tonight when the Irish societies of New York gave a pub lic reception to the Irish representatives, O'Oonner, O'Brien, Dillon,Sullivan, Har rington and Gill. There were about 4,000 people in the houas. A few min utes later, after 8 o'clock, O'Brien and Dillon Walked on the stage. This was a the signal for loud and enthusiastic. l plaudits, the heartiest of which came from the gallery, where the enthusiasm was of the wildest kind. Gov. Hill was chairman of the evening. The first one v introdiced was John Dillon. Thecheerst that greeted Dillon demonstrated better than words could describe, the feeling of tc the immense audience ...

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. — 12 November 1890

FAMOUS FLATHEAD COUNTRY, A Inti iof RIich Noil. t'overed Wiith Flue 'ITilllberl and hilaving In mUelse Coal IDposits. HUNTERS' AND FISHERMEN'S PARADISE Many Fine Farms Near i)emersville, tillhe Melropolis of the Famnel Valley. Tile Great Nortlhern Esxtensiola Will Open This ('ouintry to, the World ill the Spring. The Flathead sluntry is attracting much attention just nolw lnd, while we , ]leve that (Great Fall, holds out Ietter inducemenlts than illny other place in, the west, we give the following diiscription f i that regionl, its culled fromn "Flathead Facts." The building of the GrIti Northern extenision will cause a great ini Ilux of pleople to this country next year: The Flathead country must be seen to be appreciated and aill manner of diescrip tion can not (ito justice to that favored region. The visitor to that locality is as tonished at its magnitude and leaves the country so favorably impressed that lie at once contemplates returning to it and ill vestinhg in it landed we...

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. — 15 November 1890

SemiW Tribune. 9'GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATVIRD~ MORNING, NOVEMBER 16,. 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS st Whatattsltalie. Weldiditwtha ma the riot ef-t hea ultw San downs awe o thy of our clothing is UI n0 to. eoustgflflybodyS 0 r 01 to no to TllmIy l the hiebhis You nevte can 1i1l: As mlii (c- as youi I~ do we An th rs lI $ A tock f A Coate to our stors, it wilils bnewoth 7our othiles If y0u're-on1 the lookout ] For dieapaese and sa yle O9r Tailor -Mac S it They ste beyond Oodh the 13omt =ads, bs$trenmncd iled a wl asn tsse Po t*I' 55, 0STweve shown Ia a "rsai - ade Mng store In Grast Jails. Althouh thes garments ar. nuperor in every5 respect to "roaslyn-mss'W gedl, wa"sae Now selln thous tse at, actuslly below by uros dtou compstoito Woean psellyout p stylist s uittsl any you wout1 wsat to 'wsstfrte "S8 to$2, thstg osat wou uh eat $50to $60a a lay a local (taile. Oun lUne of imodlen anld hespe Pry pr'attestt beauty and at the prices -we n55 os them, thyessybta ohtelput SUOS lghat. eine Fm ...

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. — 15 November 1890

G(REAT FALLS TRIBUNE. BATURDAY, NIOVEMBER 15. 1890. (REAT FALLS TRIBUNE e.DLensar 'ULI AND BI.M-WZUDLT THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHINGI COMPANY. rlNooPwoIATED] SUSSCRIPTION RATES. MaDl snbedcrption. muet be paid in advance DAUL.. eRN.wRb l., na eNtr by ral, $10.0O bO arhmail, b W iamonths, . 6.00 Sirmonths, 1.50 One month l.10 Three months" 1.00 ewne, o oa rrier. Single copy, ...... Alleity sbdtorihers to LDailydelivered by carrier Advertisn teige furniushed on appiilation. The olroolation of the Tribune in Dorthern Monatau i .inteed ted ezoeedthat ot ~np pa pr ipblneId in. thI state aoIoSnbeN detiring their ddres ohane~e mt d their formor addre; this euol be remembered. Addrees: TrIDnD E PULsamING CorPAn, Creet Fells, Montana. NO. 8626. NFIST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFIOER$: T E. COLLINs, . ... President L. G. P.ULPs . . Vice-President A E DIKEERMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRACT, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: 0. A. BBOADWATER, 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. — 15 November 1890

1HON INGl IC THE"ODu O ~t i Banquet on the Oeasion oif the 77th Brthday of Alien G. Thurman. REMARKABLE AND NOTABLE GATHERINO ilndreds of Prominent Invited Guests Pay Their Reepects to the Great Statesman. A Thbouead R4d landans Wave in Sthe BldlJehat Banquet Ex-Preeident Cleveland Attends and Next to Judge Thurman is the Heo of the Hour. COLnuate, Ohio, November 18.- Upon the calendar, which to the clvi lized world marks the cycles of time, the 18th of November recalls no significant I hlstorical event, but to the democracy of Ohio this day has long been, as indeed to I the democracy of the nation it has now t become, synonymous with the term of "Thurman Day." Seventy-seven years ago today Allen G. Thurman, the "Old Roman" of the Buckeye democricy, first I saw the light, and the democrate of the nation have joined with the democrate of Ohio in celebrating at Columbue, the home of their leader, the anniversary of I the event which gave to the party and to I the nation a man whose di...

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. — 15 November 1890

GRANT AND ROSS ACQUITTED, No Case Made Against Them in the Unlted States Court. DISTRICT ATTORNEY GIVES UP THE CASE Judge Knowles Instructs the Jury to Find It Verdict of "Not Guilty." Notes of a Trip to Barker-Teacherss Institute in Session-Superiu tendent Green Promoted. The cases against Donald Grant and I. M. Ross in the United States court for alleged cutting of timber (ties) on the lands of Uncle Sam were quickly dis posed of Tuesday, the defendants dis charged and the cases stricken from the docket, where they never should have been placed. The indictments were based on reports by M. J. Haley and Thomas J.. Matthews, special timber agents of the government, who say that though they were only able to find and locate 990,000 ties, as charged in the indictment, yet they believe the number to have been nearer 830,000. Donald Grant was put on trial first, he being defended by Messrs. Sanders and Cullen, while Mr. Weed represented the United States. The Independent says in reviewin...

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. — 19 November 1890

:,·e ýfSY fir ý : _ ·t. -~ ! "-MI GF 9 iI, ý. 3p1f AY M R IN ,N V+M E 9 18 .1'RC IV Ei Fr 4 ? io 18 co`1e The man who known how to use' a pline can m** tbe shoavigs 1i # h: a ely rate. Thee ate tes when it i scarcely I· - and be epoeding to plane down tor enos' tinewwon it In stately theeenwudeoi i{tarbheadqi. an ':tshl pt i o:sdln to plae down of ap 'f l r are ·1' hoeai4yistteetsonearosieneu of Satt , seens e Ihhbyeswhen tetit d tie'E tss; r th "thaou eing aeso rapay lahat tew hasenn hos lome.o t 11 is told:e Itlaset atsn iniuedu` ntb st A owt otwnt aowq& *6 iyho 'hves debmude t' B~r eqCa~ ttber~ b iit ofasi wa~tirs@ sking asprhnseols. We haRe rsede heavly uetlos aons our took of But and tro caste. Ithiit s Lwhat ayil ihae saen iiangS tt yorthesene hre ce.ine Dlasadfarl to ltepo dvmatnge of in~f on albrn o rcl stheI hne sphesisrts.1' R'rr bos bar Ito. BEAR IN Wil' -QUA Gog~ N" i je 0i lotf salit!*nghto 4 :t s or elu¶ £4. 3h rprerntati.4. &m kde th * We snow ES e Woreiote 6O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 19 November 1890

I4REAT FALLS TI'RBUNE. WE'DN'SDAY, :NOVEMIBER 1s. WiWI. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE THE ITiBUNE PUELISHINQ CtIWPANY. ItecoarceAIZV) SUBSCRIPTION RATES. itail rnherriptiilue teaLt be paid in advance eyour, by e il,9I1O.1i ij o di ar, by ' ail, $3il( n tI th ' .1( 'Threerenths 1.151 oneeweek, by carrier, 2i iin 1py...... 5 .AlIllb tilei.1 Duil, ioliieotl hy ettriit Advilteitg riegto fttiell,.li, Hnuilioation. The ,lrcaltntii Of i elTribute in eiitliie. Moeatant is aglurwitel tc" iroeel that ofi .y iae per htblijhrd in th" iicts peoe teieee dseire< I lieuir eddress changed nut send their folo'e aiddrees thuis shold b, rememberet. Address: Tuutena i'uoL~eanNO COMPeANe }rent Halle, Brlutana. NO. a362i FIRST NATIhNAL BANI OF GREAT FALLS. A rliIurizeA,: Ca ital, 81,000,000. Paid-Up Capital. $250,011. Ol FtccR6: I' E~. COLLINS, .. . . 1'(osid'Lt L. G. PHELPs . . Vice-President A E DxcrEersAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRACY. . . . Ais't Cashier OIREOTORN: 0. A. DROIADWATER, JOHN LEYItlY. PARIS OIIBSONb...

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. — 19 November 1890

Fifteen Thousand Blox .Warriors Armed and T.roaeghly Equipped. REAOY TO TAKE THE WAR PATH, Dakota bettlers Alarmed - gtneal iles Says, the Dhnger may be Averted. The ]esalaM Mie may yet Lead to i eriOdsai IdiUan Uprising. Ca.oCoo, Nov. 17.-Gen. Nelson A. Milles, aecompanied by Assistanut Adju tant General Corbin, returned from St. Louis this morbning. Gen. Miles was in consultation with Secretary of War Proc tor, about the aleged Indian outbreak in the northweit. "We are disposed to re gard thereporte atF tly exaggerated," said 0o01.:Corbic "., the Secretary of War ep#iN 'i",.ib the same mind. There is noqLtltd the lndians were to decide Up6 it dutbire', they could'do much harm. They have an abundance of rifles and eamhunution and plenty of horses and lallsp pplies of meat. In fact they are to'd'good, condition to go to war. But wintr , to now coming on and I hardly think there is immediate danger of an outbreak. The stories of the evaouation of settlers in North Da kota are overdra...

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. — 19 November 1890

DEMOCRATS RATIFY Iher city Brilliantly Illuminated-Sky trnocket and iRuman Candles Add to the Carmllinei Hue THE LARGEST OF ALL THE PROCESSIONS All Ovation inl Honor of Senaltor Gibson- ;1111 Particulars of the Gr Id ittifileatiol. Tihe Epistiolul thnirrch Fair to ir" ileened Next Weninesday--Ex tcnuive' Prelpara:tionls Made,. The -i.irit 1'f rn.:t l d.1111 liberal intelli gence 1n1(d fet o(III fromll patisanism pons , I·,;y the po,,ple ,,f G'reat Falls was vit'll i the rcatification Saturday nitht. 'The ptiole turnced tI)lt On m.iase ,n litint- milandll repullblicinrts, n s ril )irn i 'ir .ti re lot tif tire h e i liectionl. , i it i t fat ithat with the presenllt i rnwl tll.e, antly rlpu'licanl wouhlt now it, the lrlr 'n rati. ticket.' Every torchi ill ti ' , lnllmli tltte 'tonhi secllre was eagerlity sought for and lorne in tile parade by u tentlhuiiastit beliirvers in free silveri coinage and low tariff. Tihe prtnession formed at Arvon block andi headed by the Chief Marshal Dyns...

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. — 22 November 1890

The Sem e ly Tribune VOLIME VIII.-NUMBER 10. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATVRPAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTb Some records are like thelast-easlly I-wheo Other records have esats~lls ed. . high a standard that only .the hbijest epeoalen of hmuanlty, physt caJl or mentally, can hope to eqspal or Sthem. A record which is w.orth miaking is wqrth prespving. We value our rcore is highly as web do ear busines prosperity. They can no bq t, beeause one depelds We Iae eatahllshed 17t t1 bytin the inter. t epatrs,"ebngready to meet every posdble demand and by antel- patlng all the dlesires that eme to a man, either l social or a basipece.W The adva.ntae of .dealing, th ub s. that we can enable you to meet any posibte emergency, that what we sell Is nlaeve out of proportion to the ptlee whidh we dmasge and that when you bhy yen have paid noet a ceat mere than the value of yopr psrea.se. We are now srIng4 the bhgge pt hrgasn in dne TAILOR MADE SUiTS AND OVYRR OlTS At prices heretobre...

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. — 22 November 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. BATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22 1850. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE I mnnrisnrr 17L~1 ND SBI2.WRLY5 di THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHIN.l COMPANY, 'INORPnoAT5D1 - a SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ao Mail subcriptions must be paid in advano I DAILY. t SaI.WRKILY. C' neyear.b ymail,$10.00 One year, by mail. 800 mOaihe, e.(01 Six months " I.t (ne eek, oy oarrier,. 2 Single opy....... 5 All it sboribers to Dally deliered by carrierI Advertslaing rat furnished on applioationl . s Tbhe oir5n5ation of the Tribune in lOrthIerl Mlontana is garateod tr. exceed that of lay pa n1 per published in the states mU.ritbers deeirillu thir address changedl mustsend theirforomer address; this shoald br remembered. TAdsm: Ta, estI. PuI0s15I1N COMPANY i NO. b625. FIRST NATIONAL BANhK OF GREAT FALLS. i Authorized Cauital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFIOER: SE. COLLINS, . . . President P L. G. PHELPS. . . Vice-President A E DIKERMAN, . . . Cashier c D L. TAcy.o . . Ass't Cashiee DIREOTOR: 0. a, BROADWATER, JOHN LE...

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. — 22 November 1890

THE WANT COLU1MN p0ioaV Wý RS IH E ... DO -A MW. UD-QLAY ORPUSýATSl AT y Vwoa One . O g.. ao. Y" Dm'a, Mjthv. toreA, IM tLb - DEM£*"-~----"== ,*1'R-JI LASH 0011 AT THE Fo I~RI NO. GREAT, 'o.lleh f mbeeor lo. r . Inquire o atb h md Co to oALDERS AETD-..A NEW TE BUATDlT al.e wwatnnfed aL8I neet adt oe TA 00 . "atHe SOR~A-~.REA-I BDVBROOMSITE0 I0T ga n > leto ta leap Cle rato.B . pABT T RATIGS IN THSI TOWN S Soaldor uE" hionbdb blead dfeat ead oae t Montaenlaa animal J. a HRIIAIO gL WAYay yjaonol n t work; meno forLDD LoED orktimon ay _aaones w . npenn dara-. cer Fde l &v 2 aen ale u a1. ve ne. iamaor slke r eap. Shot & obaaeea, GR -TEUATTESS N ORR ORW INEAT Rhtm, utee, m ien for eeatlo Mtloeplejaoont o5an, 2121, Centrl enae. . RASILWAD-Ya FORISOOQ i C le o bet I ktm t oroer l at lw eateen GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY LINE TARE THE Montana Central RAILWAY, ALL PACIFIC COAST POINTS. , In connection with ta The Union Paoific Railway ; IROM BUT'rE. is leaves Great Fall th o, oa taree...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 22 November 1890

EPISCOPAL FAlIR A SUCCESS Crowds Attend and Buy the Specimens of the Ladies Handiwork. AN ELEGANT HOME--MADE SUPPER Some of the Younger People Remain and Indulge in a Pleasant Dance. A Venerable Matron is Pleasantly Surprised on her Seventy Seventh Birthday. Yesterday afternoon and evening the rooms of the Collins-Lepley block present ed an animated scene. To the gay scene described Wednesday was now added the charming presence of ladies, benming matrons and fair maids. Several gentle men, attracted by the beauty of the scene, strolled into the bazaar. Here they were met by the ladies in charge of the fancy work, who with unequalled skill described the use and merits of their various goods and usnllly were re warded by a sale. The articles offered included many of special use to the bachelor friends and were sold at very reasonable prices. Toward evening supper was announced and many availed themselves of the op portunity of partaking of a home supper, prepared by the hands of the l...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 26 November 1890

S emi- kly Tribune. VOLuME VIII.-NUMMER 11. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. W~bNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 26, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS NOTHING SLOW ABOUT UNCLE SAM. Ther nea° t y nothiug slow, about Uncle Sam. When he inviteeaman to take a ide with, him at this Theakagiving season of the year he doe't 'do things by halves. He is tranti' ~t caactly the rate of a Smileamgltae Whati his hu hrry? .Why be JL on the way to THE: BOSTON and he know that if he loses any time he ay be too late for the BIG SUIT AND OVEIR COAT SALE which is now taking place at this popular store. Speaiing of Thi Bivin., Rave you, my reader, anything to be thankful for Yes, eertainlyyoubave. Whohas'nt, here in Great Falls P What other eity p :this wlde world of ours has beeMblessed with such prolperity, within t4"hert period of a single year, as GreatFPalle. We think we are safe in saylag not one. As for ourselves we are tihaskfl for the good fortune that directed usir tBth favored city, where our buaines b( a grown fl 'byony...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 26 November 1890

(.REAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1890. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE THE TRIBONE PUBLIIHING COMPANl. fINOanroAem]a] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mall nsuboptluone must be paid in adane t DAILY. I smart 2r... neneyr by mail,0 to00C One ear by meal, p..20 tlmmonhs, 1. I0ti..moenhn. " .60 One month 1.00 Thoeat mntn I.U0 Onweek y carrier, 25 LSingle copy,...... Alloity ubscribers to Daily delivered by carrier Adertlsin rates furnished on apili.etion. Snietronletlon of the Tribune in naertbn Montana is grmteed te exceed that of any pa et published in the state enoertbern desiring their address changed mtnutmend their former eddreen; this seunld he rnln-- bored. Adrreauns PUBLITBLsHING COM PANY, ennt Fell, Mluuntana. NO. 8B62. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo, Paid-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFIOER8: T E. COLLImS . . . President L. G. PmR.ps. . . Vice-President A E DIKERMAN, . .. Cashier D L. TsacY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: . BBOADWATEB, JOHN LEPLEY. PAmIS GI...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 26 November 1890

OUR ELECTRIC" 1RAWIIW l, Two Electric Cars Hate Arrived 5ad Five Others are to Come. THE BEST EQUIPPED LINE IN THE STATE, some of the Resources and trainees Enterprises of the Catadact a city. t Informaton of Value to People Who Want to Know About Great Faltls. The Great Falls Btreet Railway com pany now have two of their electric cars running on the line from the city to the Black Eagle falls. They are fully equipped with l1ectric motoci and all ap- a pliances necessary to be run by electricity but as the water power will not be avail able for a few weeks they will do duty for the time being behind the steam motor. The electric cars are the best t that are made and the company has five additional cars ordered whicp will arrive d n due time. In the spring their line will O be extended in manydirectiona and Greata Falls will have the most extensive and 0 best equipped electric railway line in a Iloatana. With water power to generate h the electricity this line will be operated much m...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 26 November 1890

TEACHING RAILWAY EMPLOYES Tile Westinghouse Air Brake Com panys Special Car and In structors, Teaching Rail. road Men. THE USE OF THEIR UNIVERSAL BRAKE. Supt. W. B. Green Iromoted to the Position of General Manager of tile Great Northern Extension. Hearts That Beat as One. Rev. E. Cory of the Congregational Church Joins the Army of Benedicts. The earnest efforts which the West inghouse Air Brake company is making to give railroad employes thorough pras tical knowledge of their brake is shown in their special car which arrived yester day afternoon in charge of Mr. E. M. Nellis, assisted by T. B. Farmer. W. E. McKee, air brake inspector of the Great Northern, and F. W. Dyer, engineer, also accompany the car over the Great North ern lines. The car is fitted up with air brakes representing the brakes on a train of 80 freight cars and a train of 15 passenger coaches. An air brake is cut in halves showing a sectional view and all the in terior mechanism. The car is also sup plied with an ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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