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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 29 November 1890

The Semi-Wkly Tribune VOLUXME VIII.-NUMBER 12. BREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SAtJ1tDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS NOTHING" SLOW ABOUT UNCLE SAM. The e il really nothing slow about I Ucle Sam. When he invitaama to take a ride ,ith him at this Thanksgiving season of the year he don't do things by halves. He is tr. .l eetly the rate of a mienthel. What l3 his bhurry? wayle is on the way to THE BOSTON and he knows.that if he loses any time he may be too late tor the BIG SUIT AND OVER. COAT bSAt which is tow taking place at this popular store. Have you, my reader, anything to be thankful for? Yes, celtanaly you have. Who ~ ae'at, hereinn Grat l What other iity of tbt idim a w oflde eeas has heen.blessed with such prosperity, within theihot period of a slgle year, as Great JLalsl We think we are safe in . n et one. A for ournelves we are thankthl for the good fortne that direeted s tis tcan 41t w*here our business bs grown ter beyond our most extravaant espectatlas. -Oar edb.a. ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 29 November 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. BSATURIDAY, NOVEIMBER 20, 180D. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, SUBSCRIPTION RATES. aieil sbetription mast be paid in advanoe DAILT. neyearbytmalt.W peyear,.by mall, $10.00 Une gear, bmail,8.0 One week, oy carrier, 2 Blagle copy,...... A Ilo ity sbeorihre to Daily delivered by carrier Aderteing rates furnished on appihation. The eireulation of the Tribune in northert Mooten i a lj aat to. oexceed that of sa pa per peblthed in the state senoeor.ere desiring their addree changed eest send their formeur addrese; this should behr remembered. Addroe: TBIyotN PoUBLesaNs CoPArie Grat aBelle, Muntana. NO. 3528. FIlST NATIONAL BAN OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Cauital. $S,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFIOERo: T E. COLLIN, . . ,.. President L. G. PHELPS. . . Vice-President A E DIOKaxMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRacr, . . . Ass't Cashier OIREOTORS: 0. A. BBOADWATER, JOHN LEPLEY. PARIS GIBSON. IRA MYERS. ROBEBT VAUGHN, H. O. OHOWN, r T. ABMINGTON, &...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 29 November 1890

POLIIC A OSS fE 'POI. A Split Between the Nationalists mand Ahberals-WilI Parnell Lead? gLADSTONE FIRM IN HIS OPPOSITION. The N tiO* te Will Not Make Flasl Decision Unti. :Moeaday--ole of Compromise. g, I. B.I.e the Ddlath Banker, Fails, With Ldabilities Amounting to $1;000,060. LowooNr, Nov. 96.-Today's events in rish affairs have not relieved the tension, ut rathat hsve added to the complications of the situation. _Gladstone's letter pro uced a strong impression upon Nation sts last evening and from indications ven at a hastily summoned meeting t seemed there was every reason to be jeve they would bring about new de relopements which would lead to an amicable arrangement of the trouble. But, although conferences held today prove that a great divergence of opinion xists, they show that Parnell is firmly solved to adhere to his decision and that nless a vote of no confidence is passed y his followers, he will not aboicate the ership. Today, after a long and rnest discussion of the s...

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. — 29 November 1890

OUR GREAT IRON INDUSTRY Vast Deposits of Iron Ore of the Fin- t est Quality. WHERE THE MINES ARE TO BE FOUND. The Belt Mountain Range and Foot Hills Show Mony Iron Mines. Capital Needed for the Development of the Mines and Advancement of the Iron Industry. Iron is King. It is so recognized the world ever. In its various forms it en ters more and more into the uses of every day life. Gold and silver are used in a few mechanical processes, for jewel ry and fancy articles and as a medium of exchange; iron is used in all mechanical processes and is of far greater value than either. Iron and its manufacture has made Pennsylvania one of the greatest states in the union. Iron mining hias placed Michigan's name prominently be fore the world. Montana has within her borders large deposits of iron ore which is equal to the best yet found in Michigan and superior to any yet found in the southern states. The one thing needful here is capital to develop the mines and erect iron mills. The outlay ...

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. — 3 December 1890

e Semi-W kly Tribune. VOL'VMZ VIIl.-'WUMB$E 20. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WEDNES AY MORNING, DECEMBER 3, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENT, It Im't often that the gentleman who preudes ever the destine. of the moon dieelvern that it ls aoeluately necessary to desert his post, but he feasn that thOweasgas in suite now ofered by TiHE U TON were too tempting to ho rted. Like a wise man he takes advantageof ana opper. tenity whoa he seea It, and when he returns he wall hare made the most proftabe wip of 4ls life. S of Suits Remydsn a that ier patvneo ibrewe been elow to appreclate the bargains In Oregon City Cassimere suits men tioned eb our "ad" of the last few days. We have sold a good many of them since last Monday. They need only to be seen to be appreelitei, and as. peelally since we have qdoted prices at such ridleuloosly low figures. For a "businees suit" a suit of thesegoods are the naetest thing in the markeband anyone who has worn California Casel. mores know what "wear registers" they am. We...

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 December 1890

(GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY, DEC'EMBREI 8, 1985. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE TilE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COIRPANY. [INcORnPUBAIAD1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. SIN)) ..berIiptioRI mea be paid in advance SIAKIY. ENSMI.WERLT. ndysN,by~NUl,S$tI.O ONI,.spa,bymsii, SN.o)) is Nd)h, . SiR months .6 iNs month iN) 1.001( hS IN I )NSWeek, Sa oriNr,, BhuI digedpy.... A l)) ))ity ssbniber st., LDsil delivred by carie Advertising satNS furished on pplicdtionf. The dicitfon of the Tribune iI) ~)norh per psbliashd in the bstt hn useeendtheir forty ddeess thiis bhh,nld Betl dt'oeIn UNtNN. PUALTININO GAMPANT, FIRST tNATIOAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i ,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFICERS: U E. UOLuN, . .. President L. (S. PEELS'S . . Vice-President A.E DIOKEEMAN . . .ashier D L. TRACY, . . . Asset Clashier DIREOTORS: 0. A. JiROADWATiEi, JOHN LEPLEY. PARIS GIBBON. lIRA MYERS. ROBERT VAUGHN, H. 0. CHOWER), f . ARMIRIOTON, A genera1 banking basmsNs tpansacted. ExchanRS dawNIN on tbe princial po...

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 December 1890

IHIE PRESIgi' CSA8E A Lengthy Document which Reviews the Condition of the Whole Country. HE FAILS TO LEARN WISDOM From the Grat Landslide but Con. tintes to Favor a Probihlthre Tarit He PFyore Poal Telegraphy, a Fed eral Eltlinticl Law and Na. atonal aid for trol. gation. WAsawrxevow, Dec. 1.-President Har rlnon in his message read in congress to day says: The vast and Increasing business of the government has been trasacted by the several departments duting the year with fatthfalfees, energy and asucoas. Rev oa"es amounting to above $45 000,000 have been ooilegi~ naildtaburses with out revealings, o far as I ain ascertain, a single case of defaloation or embeznle meaL. I speak of these matters with froedom'because the credit of this good work is not mipe, but Is shared by the heads of thesiovera4 departments with the groat body of taltisful officoro and si.m ployes who ecrve under them. aoxhE ]onuEI RELATrioo. The friendly relations of our country with the nations of Europe and 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 December 1890

THANKSGIVING MELANGE, Various Ways in Which the People of (heat Folls Enjoyed the Na tional Thank Mhy. THE FIREMEN'S BALL A GRAND SUCCESS, A Large crowd of 'lay Pleasure Seekers Keep ap lhe Sport All Night. The Sunday School Entertainment Re. markably Good --The PlNumbers Feast on Goed Things. Thursday, the day of national thanks giving, was tranquil, bright and pleas ant, a day when Damne Natureseemacon tent with all thints and puts on her most gracious smile. Many of the business hooeos in Great Folls closed their doors and the day was almost as quiet as Sun day. Except on buildings which are be ing rushed to completion, work was nun pended and the workmen gave themselves a day's rest and -njoyment. Many took the opportnaity to go down and inspect the dat and the progress on the Boston & Montana works, while the glorious afternoon was spent by others in driving around our beautiful city. This day, born amid the hardships and rigors of aNew England winter, nurtured amid the str...

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. — 6 December 1890

The Semi Wee kl Tribune. "rE VITI A1lt 23. GRIEAT FALLS, MONTANA, SA~ I DAY IORNING, DECEMBER 6, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTh A very smn boy Ina oneig veut, .bb lo .t as something of ba uae liaoy, b It must be confessed, Makes a very bi joke ti In hi big father's vest. tl He doesn't look bed a In the vest eis dad, o And hbs splendidly dressed i 'hi sWNther's ie vest. ci Thecream of this entertainlng little p joke s that the htter was judiOelos ci enough to buy his vest from THE ci BOSTON. Thevest wouldn't have had It halfis. desa point if hod purchased of it alrysre.ie lshe. takiag of S its tI Reminds us that our patrons have not n been slow to appreekia the bar'galns in Oregon City Caseitrere Suits men a tioned in our "ad" of the last few days.. We have sold a good many of them c sines last Monday. They need Only to be, seen to be Ippreelated, and es peclsllysatebewe have quoted prices at c auch ridlelsly low lgures. For a "bsines suit" a suit of thesegoodsare a the neatest thing in the ...

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. — 6 December 1890

(fREAT FALLS TRIBUNE.' BATUIIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1800. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE o rBLI.sHEI' "LLrueND B1EM-WEfILT 51 THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANI, fixoonronnran] it SUBSCRIPTION RATES. n Mail subserdptions must be paid in advanoe S AILr. SI . -W it.L. neyear by mail, $1000 lp(ne year, y bmail, 31.10 is monĂ½e, 15W oSix months 1.50 One month 1.00 Threementm 1,.t (ae woek, oy earrier, 2S Bingle copy,...... A ii city enbysihe.re to Daily delivered by oerler Advertising rates frnihale on application. T.he eitreaitioh of the Tribune in a.rthorn mosttaa is g5nartoeid to, excd that of .a.i pa. ' per y.blishek in the state AAeeribers desiring their adldrss shanged U mst send their foreoor anddress; this should bel remlembered. Address: TnIeUNA PCULISHING COMPANYr, 'soat Falls, lt.ntan. t NO. 85256. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized' Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFICERBS C E. COLLINs, . . . . President L. G. PF ELPs . . Vice-Prosident A E DIoKERauN, . . . Cashier I)...

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. — 6 December 1890

FARMERS ALLIANCE 1i SESSIOB The National C~oventlen Meets at Oa. 1a, Florida-Best Feeling Prevalls. PRESIDENT POLK'S ABLE ADDRESS, Federal aad Coafbderate Soldiers Vie With la.h Other in Shoatiga for Fraternaliam. No De~lslon Yet Reached as tothe Lead eralfip of the Irish Nationalist Party. OcALA, Pla., Dec. .--At 9i80 this ai ternoon the public meeting of the Na tional Farmers Alliance was held in the opera house, an audience of about 1,200 being present. President Rogers of the Florida alliance presided. Gov. Fleming welcomed the delegates and was followed by lion. John RI. Duan, state senator and a prominent aspirant for the United States senatoMhlp to succeed Senator Call. President Lopok of the South Dakota alliance also made a short addrees, In which he predicted victory for the alli ance at the ballot box in 189,a sentiment which the delegates iheered to the echo. All hel speakers of the afternoon dwelt forcibly upon the breaking down of sec tional lines, sid predicted a gene...

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. — 6 December 1890

REFIECTIONS FROM GOTHAM, Thoughts FImt a Close Observer on the Effects of the Late Finan cial Disturbauce. SOME OF OUR WEALTHY MAGNATES. Rockefeller, Gould, Vanderbilt and lill Control the Railroads of th1s United States. President J. J. Hill Quietly Watch ing the Developmlnent of Events. [Bpecial Crrspomsndence of the Tn, BUNE.I NEW 'Tone, Nov. 20.--One of the re sults of the recent Wall street panic is the return of Joy Gould to power as a rail road magnate. lie has acquired control of the Union Pacitic mail steamship company. Ile has acquired also an in terest in the Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe system as well as in the groupof southern railroads known as Ri.chmond Terminals. Gould's investment of about $25,000,000 was made at an opportune time. Stocks have since advanced steadily and lie could doubtless realize $5,000,000 on his pur chase if that moderate profit were likely to satisfy hinm. Already le is reaping the fruits of his success. His son has become president of the Pa...

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 December 1890

he Semi- Wee kly Tribune1 OLUM VII-NUtMEBER 26. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1890. PR F CENT Havie p mrMedl aur tifhkt ef to Conoort ? Don't let a good idea escape you. If you eanot ceatch it in any other way hold but youe hat for it. There are ideas'whthh . re worthless and ideas which are valuable. You may spend a fortune on one and los it on the other. It all depends on the sound. nes oft the idea. When you are sure you have a good one, act upon it promptly. Just now it happens to be an exceedingly good idea to pay us a visit. We are now offering special inducements in Suits and Overcoats. An assortment of fine garments is con ceded by all who have looked them over to be not only the best goods.in the market for the money, but are made up better, it better and are more stylish thah any goods seen in Great Falls heretofore. If you contemplate investing In a&new suit or overcoat this month doh't fail to rook our line over before parbchsinig. We are eer,...

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 December 1890

-(REAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY, DE(CEMBER 10, 1810. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE ,.usHenar nuLt ND BEs.MI-WEELT THE TiIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPAlil. SI NoorllRuATaD] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. al nil subseriptiono mnat be paid in advance uDALY. srl-WE K1`. 0esear by mail, 810.00) )n year, by maoil, I8.00 iu montohs5. : 210six months" 11., U nemonth 1.0 Three months" :L5 )no week, oyorarrier. 25 iglo opy...... I I city asbleriiero to Daily delivered by oarrier Advertlsint rIte0 furnished on appliatioAn. The oircsolnio ol te Tribune in orthern uhotana is ganrot d t, oxcood that of ooy p, par publiahed in te Ptate0 Trnooeriber doliri, their address bhanugl Lust send their forca. tddress; thish should I.e rtsmembered. Address:C TK05,on I'UOLIBlN (COMPiANY, 3roat allas, Mo0hana. NO. 3526. 'Ij T NATIUNAL BANh OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Cauital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFIOERBS T E. COIN Os, .... Prhsilient L. G. PBEaPS . . Vice-President A E DIOEnntMAN, . .. Cashier D L. TnAoY, . . . Aes't C...

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 December 1890

CHICAGl S MAGNIFIiNT DEPO1 Grthnda entral Depot of the Norsher Pacific, Wisconsin estral and Kans City Formally Opened. MR. HENRY VILLARD MAKES A SPEECH. He Says He Came Home to Protect His Intereats and hes Succeed ed in Doing so. King Kalakanu Would Like his Islend Dominion Annexed to the United States. CHICAoo, Dec. 8.-The new Grand Central depot at Fifth avenue and Harrm son streets, erected for the joint use of the Northern Pacific and Wieconsin Cen tral railroads, was tormallyopened today. It began at noon with the unfurling of the federal flag from the lofty tower by a delegation from the Grand Army poets of this city. This wae followed by dedica tory exerolses inside of the building. " The invocation of divine blessing was followed by music and then Henry Vil lard was introduced. He thanked the Grand Army men in his fciolel capacity In connection with the Northern Pacifie railway for their part in the ceremonies. a The speaker proceeded to relate how when here early in the y...

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 December 1890

THE BEAUTIFUL SNOW, Front Maine to Washington the Conn- th try is Clothed in a Mantle of co Whiteness. 40 THE SLEIGHBELLS MUSICAL RHYTHM `l _ -- II Fast Horllses, Gty Turnouts and Merry .Pleasulre seekers Seen on ounr I Streets. Solme Big Contracts Which Show t the Magnitude of the Butte at & Montana Company's i Opelrations. to The beautiful snow has fallen to the It depth of" about seven inches and gives the coun'try a wintery aspect. Commenne ing on last Monday at noon tile fall was n heavy for the succeeding twelve hours, tl linbut as sit' windt accompanied it the tt weatiher was still agreeable. Since '[ues (lay the temperature has ranged from 15 to 30 degrees above zero and, with bright sunshine the past two days, has given us some typical winter weather. 'rite snowy brightness and bracing air have enticed at great many of the people out doors, andtt the merry jingle of sleigh bells is heardl in all directions from early morning until late at night. Every sleigh in the city...

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. — 13 December 1890

Atotjt The Semi- ekly Tribune. VOLiMEE ViII.--TMBE29.R GRAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURD.AY MORNING, DECEMBER 13, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS inn te high sea&S. Yhaun atand in perfect safety on the*4Mbh C's. You, will never be swampedby the prices. The C's are high but the Prices are low. Thies a casein wheh yo cean go to C without leaving land and without running any daagwt whltever. It is not necessary for bl.2em.n4htndy the quality of goods before theymake a purchase. All they have to do is to be sure that they go to a house which looks upon their interests as its own. You can make no possible mistalm ifyo inaveet in one of our $15, $18 o $2.150.BO ults. They areas good as gold dollars for 100 cents. Our assortneet of ule garment is con. ceded bhy all who have looked them over to be not only the best goods in the market for the money, but are made up better, At better and are more stylish than any goods seen in Great Falls heretofore. If you contemplate Investing in a new suiat or Overc...

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. — 13 December 1890

IiREAT FALLS TRIiBUNE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, I18i . GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE e.'.Is11tW ".'rN anem-WEEKLY THE TillBIUNE PUBLISHING COMPAY., I IuoaPonnATUJ SUBSCRIPTION RATES. l Pil subesriptions must be paid in advance One month 1.00 'Threee monthls" i.01 I)o week, oy carrir, 2, ingle opy...... I I city nale.ribu . to Daily delivered by carrier Advertising rote furniuhOd 6on application. The oircalatlon ,f .hs Tribune in northers motanathsie gaar tee al t xc.ed that of lay pl per published in the etstato saoieroprs dapirin- tialr address changed must send their fortsr ddress; this should be LrVembered. Eddrees: 'iAtRsN L'PUBLISl N COMPAY, I 'Dtat Falls, .lutnns. NO. 0655. FIRS'T NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $,,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital. $250,000. OFFIOERS' i' E. COLLNS, .... Prosident L. G. PHELPS . . Vice-President A. E DIOCEK MAN, .. . Cashier D L. TRACO, .. . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: 0. A. BROADIWATER. JOHN LEPLEY. PARIS OIBSaN, IRA MYERS. ROBERT VAUGHN, H. O. OHO...

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. — 13 December 1890

DOINGS IN WASHNlfoIi Varfoau and Divers Bills Introduced and Passed in the Senate. SENATOR SPOOlER RAISES TiE UMIT. A Foue Hundred Thoussaid Appropria tion Bill Passes the House Several Minor Bills Pa. voalablye Quay Gets After the Force Bill-He Will OBer a Substitute In a few Days. WAsarntero, Dec. 11.-Senator Mitch ell ofered a resolution (whch was agreed to) InstructIng the postoffice committee to inquire into the tesulbllty sad advisa bility for a law for a postal saving bank In conneotion with all or certain classes of postoifsea throughout the country. Senator Hawley today reported favor ably his bill, Introduced yesterday, for the re-orasnlaation of the army. Senator Spooner lntroduced a bill to increase the limit of cost of the public building t Milwaukee to P200OO0. The national executive silver commit tee today issued atl addres to congress favoring the re.-etablament of bi-metal lism In money. Morrill of Kaness, chairman of the house committee on invalid pensions, to day ...

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. — 13 December 1890

GOTHAM CORRESPONDENCE. Probab liiies That tlie Pepubleanus Will Pass a Free Colnage Hill This Session. KOCH'S NEW CONSUMPTION DISCOVERY, Jay lGold's ilailroand nion--Confi dence lRcappearing in Finan vial Circles at omne anid Alrload. Antlher Rig En(lrprise far Montana Which Will not he Located at Great Falls - But we Can't lHave Every thing. [Bpoial i'orresponsdence of the TminE., I Now Yoen , Dec. G.-It is probable that a bill for the free coinage of silver will be passed at the present session of con gress. The senate which passed such n bill last summer may be expected to act with like liberality again, especially as it has been reinforced by men from Idaho and Wyoming who are friendly to the silver interests. In the house there has been gains from the sa.ue quarter and many members haveieen new light since they woent among the people. Os course the free coinage will be limited to silver of American production since it would not do to let foreign nations send us their surplus si...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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