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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 17 December 1890

She emi- W kly Tribune VOLUE vmIII.-NUMBER 31. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, ESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 17, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTh What i I Bay ..5O A HRISTMr PRFESNT? oPer my husband or brother, as the ce htasy be, Is now wrrying the min.cof may of the ladies of Great Fals cand einitty, W• Rw0.3.k Uai0mna, By perualaag an exce..oeally large and exoledilgly pretty stock of holiday aeokwear, hamlkerelhceh, ailk munmueard llk spenders whl have just been opened and en now be in. -peeted at our store. O.. of lk rdlilt a wmll a' Uui t Preenete to give aol be he hun' bend or brother, or one at the other clse etyf ym aea, Ikaic d.e the en l lth balitti oth bag 8*r eas Jeav* hany In ee Ilported German Iuema, as well as elegant PFreeh heatitald4l 1k to 8000 per done. Auntr Vury Arpdi t Pranat, Ae well ecamefrt, something that aci ways strikes the fecy of a ma, is ai halt boeen olegant neektles. We have Just opened the ritheat, aswell as lit eat styles ctbeekweeer4r ihowa i, Great Falls. Each tie Is han...

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 December 1890

(iREAT FALLS T'IIBUNE. TUESDAY, DE('CEMBER 16, 18i0. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE ,enuLlsar ",ILY AtND BsSI-WEEaLY THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING CUMPANY. [INaO0RPoAT0DJ SUBSCRIPTION RATES. iel sulebscriptions must be paid in advance DAILY. i suwm-mILY. nsfear bymail,ll.1O0 Osneyer,bymail ,S.o1 i. month., 1'00tie onths 1 " t0 One month l,. Threemonths" 1,N0 (e week, oyea rrier, 23 inle copy,...... At eit ly sburerlo L aily delivered by carrier Advertising rate fanishedl on $ppl~0atio0. The lrcuistlaon of the Tribune in nrlhern Moatlna is au·artrt+l o, ,,"'lesd that of 5y pa- t psr pablishnd In the state 0.n0nberse deeirina tlhoir address changed I must tend their former address; this shlould be remembered. Addreass: PnlsaUN PLBLIsHINO OmAls, are.t Fals. Montana. NO. 352. ODFIOCTS: t D L. TRacv, .. . Ass't Cashier 0.A.I ROAIWATER, JOHN LEPLEY. PABIS GIBBON, IRA MYERS. ROBERT VAUGHN, H. . OHOWEN, I T. ARMINGTON, A general ankling heslness transacte.. Lxchange drawn on the principal points in the as an...

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 December 1890

AMONG THE LAW MllERSi The HoBan Bill Giving Fargo a $100,000 Building Panes the Senate. COURT OF INDIAN DEPREDATION CLAI$S, Homesteaders to Be Given Addi tional Privileges in Taking Land. Thetid Pblc lAbnde to Be Dlvidd Intl I'gation Distrel" and Su'veyed. - WAsarxloex, Dec. l1.-The senate met at 10 this morning. Affter the trans. action of unaimportant morning business Morgan .ave notice that he would call up the Dolph resolutoln respecting the abridgment of the right of sufrage to morrow morning. The frstbill considered onthe calendar I was one enlarging the rights of home steaders on public lands. Passed. (It I provides that when partles settled oppo site unsurveyed lands and tlierefore were obliged to take up less tian 160 acres, t they may extend their holdings notto ex ceed 100 acres.) On motion of Pierce the house bill was I passed for the ere4,tion of a public build. I log at Fargo, N. D., at a coat of $100,000. , The bill subjecting oleomnargarine to c the operation of stat...

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. — 17 December 1890

JOPLIN'S MURDEROUS GUN,I Five Persons Receive Their Death Summolnlns at his Hands. T FATHER, MOTHER, DAUGHTER SUCCUMB Dr. Stewart Loses his Life for Re fusilng to Commlit Mal-. Practice. A Departure From the Straight and NNarrow Path Thus Fatally T'ertilialtles. FoUr Sourn, Ark., Dec:. 12.--h rs. tJo. Miller, one of the victims of Charles Joplin's imurde -os gun, yesterday, died this nlornin. of her wounds, and this tvening l, er fatl, motlher and daugh ter were all burried it the same time. At las accounts the holly of the mur derer, Joplin, was still lying where he fell, no one having touched it. 1)r. Stew art wasl also buried this afternoon, and the body of Dull, Joplin's first victim, still lies in the morgue in the city. Jop lin has a wife somewhere in Missouri, and an uncle named Joe Hlatter, at Springfield, Ill. Investigation brings to light the fact that Joplin seduced Miss Miller and had called on Dr. Stewart to commit an abortion. Stewart re. fused, and told of the affair....

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. — 20 December 1890

TheSemi-W y Tribune, VOLIUTA, VIII.-NTIUMWER 88. GREAT fALLS, MONTANA, SAT AT MORNING, DECEMBER' 20, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS What Slall I By 9OR A CHRISTMAS PRESENT? For my huisand or brother, as the ase may be, is nw worrying the mind of many of the ladies of Great F stmirinii r emltiniat cwt , entt etýptt fy latge nd exneedingly pretty stock of hollaay neckwear, handkerchlei~, filk mar andadalkaspenddeeU4 hiWbive ast been opened and can now be in apeet at au srtae. Oa. 8tth filk t vml's thu Hld Presents to give any man, be he hbo band or brother, or one of the otter cl of tyong men is a dolen dme li. en tal(eaelb, with ia Initili cam broI8o4 en the edge. mVe have them in d. e a3)iedd Gerimetl a n as well as iemsa . trem h betittdeld, 8.60 to di9*ees· otese. Atltir Vy ApIM iltr Prnhtu t, As well as uaeful, something that al. ways strikes the hayof a a man, is a haltadosen elegant neoktes. We have just opened t richeeet, s well as lt est styles of neekwear ever showna in Great Falls....

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. — 20 December 1890

(+REAT F'ALLS TRIBUNE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1890. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE OueIsrP o14 LLB AND snUI-WEaLsn t11 TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. I8a0ooaroaATl] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. toh.il sbecriptions must be paid in advance neyeat by mail, $1O.0i One year. by mail, -.00 is monrhe, .00 I Six months 1.50 One month 10 Thshree montl" 1.00 )o week, oy carrier, 25 Single oopy ....... S11 city sub.rlbero to Dailydelivered by oarrier Advertising rtes lerninbshed on appliation. 'he bcelreation of the Tribune in aorthern Montanl ie guanrnteed t,. eaeed that of sv pa per inbliehlad In the .tate tlnaeeeere deeirin their addreee changed muat send their former addren ; this shounld be remembered. rddresee TRI u1n PuoLIeSnHI Co.(.AN, 'trent FPalle. Muntaea. NO. 3826. FlfST NATIONAL BANh OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $S,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFIOERS: I' E. COLLINS, . . . Proidont L. (. PHELPS . . Vice-President A E DICEIMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRAcY, . . . Ass't Cashie DIRECTORS: o. A. ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 20 December 1890

THE S. A, KEAN & 0C: FW UR It Involves the Temperance Union and 1 Other Like Organeamtlons. THE PRE1ISET AND WASHIER AAETED1, The Caucus Financial Measure is Re. ported to the Senate by Sherman. Further Reports Frem the snow Stom in the Eastern Statee. Onoaro6, b.) 18.-- esterdaythe Kean t bank sent to New York $44,000 of bonds d of the city of Superior, Wis., for account of Louis Larson, comptroller of that town, 8 Larson brought the bonds yesterday. The t1 bank refused to take them and at his re quest sent them to the American Ex- b change National bank of New York to be b sold for the city of Supersor. The Kean bank had not one cent's worth of interest 1 in the bonds, It has been reported that h the bank sent securities to New York and the rotmor was. based on this fact. The Methodist ministers of the city seemed to have generally escaped lose, though two or thtree of them are understood to have been caught for small sums. Form erly almost every one of them kept his account w...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 20 December 1890

GOTHAM CORRESPONDENCE, The Parnell Conplications and Its d, Effect on Irish Politics. ti p ALWAYS A WOMAN IN THE CASE. " Parnell Justly l)enounced For His ti Intreagues With Mrs. " O',Shea. McCarthy VUpheld in His Stand Against Parnell and His Followers. [Special Correspondence of the TRIOBUN. A NEW YORI, Dec. 11.-Pages mightbe written on the Parnell complications, but events suvceed each other so rapidly that he would be a bold prophet who would undertake to say even what an afternoon may bring forth. Fortunately people here can observe the scenes of this real drama with more composllre than in Ire land or England where personal feeling is doing so much to cloud the judgment and embitter the conflict. Until the dis closures in the divorce court Mr. Parrell's position was secure. He was the choice it of the Irish parliamentary party and bet- ii ter still of the Irish people. Ile andi Mr. i Gladstone met on terms of equality as a party leaders. They were allies. They tl represented t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 27 December 1890

Mont Ijjl,. he Se - Weekly Tribune .F VOLUME VIII.-NUMBER 84. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SAATTTA Y MORNING, DECEMBER 27, 189'0. PRICE FIVE CENTh Chrlstmas Bargains ! I a . 5 certainly' you do, and while you are a buying the suit and overcoat yonu yllllt "top them of' with one of Knox's stiff y or silk hats, an elegant four.in-hand or h "teekk tie made by the originatrs of e style, Meg8 Cutleo & Crosette, and re. place the old shoes by a pair of those t rich, tasty and well-fitting shoes made It by such reliable shoenmkers u as Meassr Lilley, Brackett & Co., A. E. Eastwood h and A. B. Nettleton. Of course yon knowi.that the only house in the city ll wlto e spply you with these goodssu at the rih pis, is oars We don't a wish to be understood as sUying that no other store in town earries nim tl goods, bat we would like to impress upon yout mind the fact that u • carry a the leetegoods to he obtained inthe b markets and are undonbtedly seiling u them.atlower figtres thlanthe same , g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 27 December 1890

(~REAT FALLS TRIBUNE. SATUIIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 2180. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE "OBLt HE" IMLY AND SRMI.-WeRLT THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHIN1 COMPANY, fINCORPORATED) SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ltll suabsriptions must be paid in advance DAILY. H&·EI-WEBLY. as2q2ar, by a1,$10.00 Oneyereby mal. 2.WJ 2 months2, 5.t) ix months2 1.50 5ne month 1 1.00 Three moatli2 " 1.U2 )neweek, n carriert, 2) inpcsup,...Y... 5 it oity u2bacribere to Daily delivered bycarrier Advertising rates furnished on application. Th2 2lrc2lation of the Tribune in northern Tot2tina is guaranteed t2 o 2oxe2 that of 2ay pa per ublls ind .the state 2222lo2er2adsairing their addres chlanged must send ther former address; this should be raDamberlI AddreBs: TGB '.eO N 'o2lsa2222 COnPAE I rcant Falls, Mntana. NO. 622. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $s,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $250,(000. tOFFICER2: 'T E. COLLINS, . .. Prsident L. G. PHbELS . . Vice-President A E Do EscorMA, . . Caeshier I L. TBAov, . . Assl't Cashier...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 27 December 1890

SNOW STORM RAING JAST,, it is Gaseral in the New England and Eastern States. TEN INCHES OF SNOW AT WASNINOTON. Fears of Losses at Sea-A Blinding Snow Storm From Cape May to Sandy Hook. Railroads Blocked and Telegraph Linek Down in Every Direction. Naw Yoan, Dec. 2.--Today's storm on the water was much worse for navi- I gation than the heaviest fog. Everything I in the line of a steam craft was inter rupted and the movement of vessels pro pelled by nil was suspended altogether. I Snow fell so rapidly on the upper bay r that even those trusty guardians of onu I tome service, revenue cutters, kept close s to their wharf, and did not venture out I A peculiar fbstre of the storm was that I while the wind was unusually violent on land, there was scarcely an) on the water. 1 The sea, too, was as smooth as the upper I Hudson sm mid-summer and the soow was left ton cmplete posessnnon. A dispatch I from Point Pleasant, N. J., says a heavy stortn of blinding snow is raging along the entire coa...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 27 December 1890

A GRE[AT FALLS SUBURB, Realty Movements in the Town of Willardl Just Beyond West Great Falls. TERMINUS OF THE 0, F. & C. R'Y. A Cozy Cottage Just Completed for A. J. Trigg-lt Contains all the Modern Con venienles. Full Particulars of the Sluooting oe Snow Creek-It was Done in LSelf Defence. A representative of the TaIBUraN was taken over to the town of Willard, which I Is situated at the transfer yards and tur minus of the Great Falls &. Canada rail- 1 road (the narrow guage). At this point all the coal from the valuable coal fields at Lethbridge has to be handled and trans ferred to the broad-guage of the Great Northern and the Montana Centrol roads. The coal transfer is an extensive trestle allowing the cars filled with coal to be I dumped, and by a system of three screens to each car the coal is delifered to the broad-guage cars standing on three paral lel tracks under the trestle, thoroughly screened, one car taking the slack, the second the nut coal and the third the e ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 3 January 1891

Tlle Sem i- Weekly _r _ Stoc lALS n . sr II , . I; . OUME VIll.---NUMBER (36. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. SAT H1 ). V MO{NING, JANU Ah; Y 3, 1891. NEWS FROM THE BATTLE FIELD Two hundred and Fifty Dead Indians Tell the Tale of the Recent Enrotnter. 25 TO 30 SOLDIERS KILLED OR WOUNDED Big Foot's Band Nearly Exterminated by the Veterans of the Seventh Cavalry. Thirty Indians Try to Capture a Provision Train-They Were All Killed. WAseo'rToN, I). C., Dec. 80).- General Schofield this afternoon received a dis patch from OU . Miles dated Herm.s., t. D. Dec. 80, as follows: "len. Brooke telegraphs as follows: Col. Forsythe says sixty dead Indian mer were counted on the plain where the at tempt was made to disarm 1Big Foot's band, and where the fight begun. On other parts of the ground there were eighteen more. These do not include those killed iI the ravines whese dead warriors Here seen, but not counted. Six were brought in badly wounded and six others were with a party of twenty three men anlld...

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 January 1891

,000 J. ,...~. FProsident . PHELPS . . Vice-President E DIosa.rsa , . . . Cashier i L. TBAY, . . . Ase't Cashier DIREOTORB: 0. A. BBOADWATEB, JOHN LEPLEY. PARIS GIBSON. IRA MYERH. BOBEBT VAUGHN, H. O. CHOWEN I T. ARMINGTON, a general hnnking busins. tUanaeted. I h.hRsnge~rawn on the prinolpal pointa in the M and u o t noe. Prompt attention gven to oaeotiona. atmeret allowed on time deposits. SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1891. r "OGIRiSS OF A YEAR. ed has been one of rity for Great Falls. there were scarcely city while at this ishe number will In increase of more than 100 is swelling tide of popula brought with it new busi i1 enterprises and in the e months Great Falls Ynosition of ordinary s rank of h and in the com letlon of uri at the most im icter ever es. The I numbers can be into the se power. the Bos et rail ipanies and by ,ntana Mining and soon as that Im ready t. be oper propitious year of 18900 the uan smelter was located at luch progress made in Its So extenrive is this estab aver...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 3 January 1891

A YEARi' RECOR! Buildings Erected and Improvements lade in Great. Falls the Past Year,. Detailed Statement of the let Blocks and Buildings for the Year That is Past, A GRATIFYING EXHIBIT Improvements for the Year 1890 Reach the Grand Total of $2,014,400. The Value of the New Business Houses and Residences Alone is $729,400. A Record That the Giant Young City of lorthern lontana lay well be Pleased With. The TRIBUNE has taken the pains to make a house to house canvass of the city to ascertain the number of buildings erected durmog the past year and we sub mit herewith the result. The name of the owner of the property is given In each case where it could be ascertained Snd the value given in most instances is that fixed by the owners themselves. Some houses may have been missed, but the number is not many. In the case of outside settlements the value of the im provements is "lumped" and the figures are not far from correct. Following is the result: SOXE BIG FIGURES. Dam at Ilack Eagle...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 3 January 1891

MANAGER MAGUIRE IN TOWN l ,. The etelran Receives a Iordiatl tGreetl id lng at the Pirh ll Boled-. o rtl tio HE THINKS WE NEED AN OPERA HOUSE It Mould Ie :o lig Invesst, ,t Ie From .it It usi .ne Point of holt 'tt. Johnl Gluarantees 85,000 in Stock if l'n a Company Will Put lup a Suitable Building. me 7:3 ticr in l John Maguire, whose name is a house holi word throughout Montana, and not Ian oonly Mootna, but the entire west, ar- me riledl il town last evening and was An or.iettd with r roy'al welcome at the Park ,!t.oI I,y tihe It ding citizens of Great to Ft.", to e.Ih earl all of whom an intro- S. 'do oit :wa entilely unnecessary. While by Mr.. io.tleort wa:t thoroughly surprised in at thoo' It ,.o.'I1 Great Falls since his t last visit, now upwards of two years ago, he manifested some disappointment inas much as the city has not as yet, made any A. provistous for a place of public amuse- lot meet. A' ho pertinently remarked, there are I too institutions by which every city of ti...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 7 January 1891

The Semi Weekly Tribune rME VIII.--NUMBER 87. GREAT FALLS,. MONTANA. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 7, 1891. P'IICE FIVE CENT= . .. . . . · . . . .. . , . . . ... . . . Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Uinderwear, Overshirts, Etc. 5 Collins-L plery Blook. u Tomorrow morning at 8 O'clock I will commence the Greatest Slaughter of goods in the above lines ever witnessed in Great Falls. The goods have been bought at less than 50 cents on the dollar, including the I. G. Baker & Co. stock from Fort Benton. They are all desirable and in good condition. I will place:on sale over $12, 000 worth of Suits, Overcoats, Single Pants, Califobinia and Eastern Wool Underwear, Overshirts, White Laundried and Unlaundried Shirts, a complete assortment of Boots and Shoes---in Men's and Boys' of the latest manufacture---and few Ladies' and Children's Shoes. EvIerhing Will e Soll at Lez Than One-Hall ol Origial Pricel This is an opportunity that everyone should avail themselves of. Come early and avoid the rush...

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. — 7 January 1891

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. , P)LLeur,: DAILIY AN egIl-V.wCLT THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHIIIG COMPANY. P SUBSCRIPTION RATES tl aii subscriptions must be paid in advanue 0AIST.L e5I-.w3R...t aev ear by mail, {10.00 One year by mail N.00 Onemonth .1 Three moa 1.0 I)neweek, o carrier,' L Sinle opy ...... 5 d A lioity subeourbee to Daiy delivred by acsier Ie Advertilin reates faenished ona appiation. The ololdation of the Tribune in norter Moatana is moareateed t eoeed that of isn pa per pnbiLheld in the state aoeoroenr deseiring their address ohnaed 'unt strd thlair orm',r addreBe; thil sholsd be remembered. fddross: rasatue uD irismuO Couier, gtrat Fnls. Bintasa. NO. 8556. FI. OT NATI NAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo Paid-Up Capital, $250,000. OFFIOERa: e E. COLLINS, .. . President L. Gr. PHELPS. . . Vice-President A E DIOisnaaN, . . Cashier D L. Tac, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: o. A. BROADWATER, JOHN LEPLEY. PARIS GieS0N. IRA MYERS. ROBERT VAUGHN, H. O. CHOWEN, I T. ARMING...

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 January 1891

URE ASSEMBLES tnized and Ready 'he Ruamps get ignition. ELECT OFFICERS. da Hiis Message I Democratic Republicans Talking Compromise but the Democrats Have the Key to the Situation and Will Hold it. HEENA, Mont. Jau. 5.-[SpPe;la to the TtrxuNu.]-The legislative assem bly convened to day at noon. The senate met on the irat floor of the Electric building. All the senators were in their seats, Lisut.-Gov. Rickards presiding. Organization was effected by strict par'y votes, 10 to 6 and John J. Fallon of Helena was elected chief clerk. After the members had subscribed to the oath of otice a message was sent to Gov. Toole informing him that the senate was ready for businesse.. On the third fltor State Auditor Kennedy called the rump house of rep resentatives to order. As expected, the same roll was used as last year, which nclutd,, the five Silver Bow republicans. All the republican mem bers, except Bray, were :n hand, occupying desks on the left of the hall. Twenty-nine answered to their ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 7 January 1891

NUGGETS FROM NEIHART, A Concise Letter From Our Regular ti Correspondent.. '1GRESS IN THAT CAMP, C1 Falls Boat & Excursion it spany Organized. Acres of Laud Purchased the River for a Sum mer Resort. ILUASRT, Mont., Dec. 20.--EnITOa IaBUN: We are making fair progress this end of the line. Several business ouses are being built. Pierse, McDonald & Co's new block is nearly completed and it presents quite an imposing appear ance, being 50 feet front and running tack 80 feet, two stories high. The low or part of the building is being finished I oft for two store rooms-one for general merchandise and the other for dry goods and clothing. The upper story contains ten rooms suitable for offices. A number of families have recently come in and our school is in successful operation with forty scholars. Christmas passed oft merrily with a grand ghost dance or rather a fairy dance. The braves did not appear very hostile, and after running it two night they dis persed to their lodges with...

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