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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 10 January 1891

SThe Sem i-Weekly Tribune. VOLUME VIII.-NUUMBER 37. GREAT FALLS, MONTANAA SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1891. PRICE FIVE CEN THE L I. .IAk~KK O....'.TSCK T~ER',0 WTHIIIE DOLLAR. .T , , , ,--L ... -- r" ' r " . . L. Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Underwear, Overshirts, Etc. COLLINS-LEPLEY BLOCK, THIRi ST,, Next to Fred. p tip s arber Shop. On Monday Morning, January 5,. 1 comimenced the Greatest.Slaughter of goods in the above lines ever witnessed in Greif Falls. The goods have been bought at less t~xf O cents on the dollar, including the I. FG. Bakeer * Co. stock from Fort Benton. They aie all dei ble and in good condition., I wi pi e on salet ver412, 000 worth of Suits, Overooata, Single Pants,` California and Eastern Wool Underwea, Overahirts. White Laundried and Unlauntried Shirts, a complete assortment oef~ ots and Shoe-~Ln.ls:.and Boys' of the latest manufacture---and few Ladies' and Children;i'sa es. E;rflh...hagp Will : Sill at LessTan U:I si IZI PriceI This is an opportunity tha...

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 January 1891

GiREAT FALLS 'I'IBUNE. P ieLIB1PS DALn AN" I·U-wIMT THE TRIBUNE PUBL1IBHIN1 CORPAHI. IIIoarunATDo] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Sall llbarliption mustI be pai i adno oAILI. " , UI.W1ot .% month eý " lO0 Th montll" IA e week. or oarrier, 22 Single opla...... Ssoltr nberibes to DaUnIdelivend bd aiinl AdTerbnl..mta ftnisned ona s C.ppj oan. the oni.n otlnn f the 'rdadin ,rWthorn M-Itoan1uL S tntIWd C. oeed thatI oi * D-p onoentoln de.in their %dd- h. ed ,nine Slll their for mer. add...; 1t hi hC rAb NO. 8656. FIllST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $S,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Oapital, $250,000. OIFIOElN T E. UoxLzxs, . . , . President L. G. PrneM . . . Vice-President A E DIcasma, . . . Cashier D L. Taoor, . . . Aest Cashier DINEOTORS: 0. BSOADWATai, JOHN LEPLET. PARIS GIBEON, IRA MUR., OB3M8T VAUGHN, L 0O. ROOWN, I T. ARMINGTON, & 1m.u DIRRIre boan.. trraeot. ntohonre drawn on tbhe prinonla pointn In t.. Iom~ ·mnl gidven to mleootsonl. Lst nd a e.=sowed on tme dnol .ie. SATURDAY, 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. — 10 January 1891

IHE BANNACKS IN WAR PAINT, The teds on the F rt Hall Reserve tion Causing Great Excitement in That ecLtion. THE MILITIA ORDERED TO POCATELLO A General Summary of the Indian Situation by the War Department. Particulars of the Murder of Lieuten ant Casey by an Ogallalla Indian. BotsE CITr, Idaho, Jan. 8.-[8pecial to the TuaBnE.]--Advices from Pucatello state that the Indians on the Port Hall reservation have been dancing and 200 in war paint have taken to the mountains with arms, causing great excitement. Gov. Wiley has been asked to order the militia to Pocatello and probably a com pany of United States cavalry at Bolse barracks will be sent there. The Indians on the reserve number 1,200 or 1,400 Bannacks, who caused the prolonged war 12 years ago. The belief Is expressed that if the Indians at Pocatello go on the war path they will be Joined by the tribes on the Lemhi reservation, who number 500, embractog 125 able bodied bucks. Llest. Casey Killed. PInE Rzion, 8. D., Jan. 8-Yankton...

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 January 1891

Greatest of all Our Cut Sales! 4 I-Having announced to start a Great Clearance Sale we start the ball rolling with the following announcement and you will find we will keep our word and give you everything we advertise. Remember the prices we quote are for good staple and desirable goods, not goods that have been on the shelves since the year before the flood. Overcoats. Furnishing Goods. Boots and Shoes. Suits. Being overstocked in this line of golds we ed It is only the price Our main ollject in this line in to reduce our present very large stock, so In this line of goods we will name prices that will suit everybody, as we Here Is where we make our bi drives i In our clothing. Just rend the that will make them go. We will cut to the foHowina prices: we name the following prices: followiag prices sad then come to Or store and see the goods r yourself. Grey and White Knit....... $ .60 Former Price $1.00 reanxisootogivenpthilinetomake room f thr good. God Durable Suit.......:...........

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 January 1891

The Semi-Weekly Tri bune. VOLUME VIII.--NUMBER 38. IEAT FALLS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 14, 1891. PRICE FIVE C(ENT Have You Called at the Big Sale in the Collins-Lepley -Block Yet? If you Haven't yon are Missing an Opportunity not soon to be seen in Great Falls again. There are about 100 Suits of Oregon City Cassimeres. This grade of woolens hardly needs an introduction to the consumers of this state. Their wearing qualities cannot be excelled. They go at from $7.35 to 112.75 per suit, every one of w)ich are cheap at dounble those figures. There are about 100 Suits of Eastern Goods In Impored Worsteds and Cassimeres, all ",ell made and desirable. They go at from $4.00 to $1C.00 per suit. Any of them are cheap at double the money. There are also about 50 Children's Knee Pants Suits From $1.00 to 13.75. Every little boy in town should have at least two of them. There are about 10 dozen White Laundried Shirts At 65 and 76 cents. TPhe 75 cents ones are New York Mills muslin 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. — 14 January 1891

ti.l:EAT FALLS iiIBh1UNE. P ...IN DA.LI .Nn 5lI.WXU LT fil TRIBUNE PUBLISHINO COMPANY. 'h , tN4 o.,nr11 iSA D etl SUBSCRIPTION RATES. i ,I ouellb,.tilsin. must be paid in advrloe .,^ALL. El-W.uMtLr. osear, b) maii.ltU.IU tne yesar, bt mall gS.ti a mtsoohs. " 5i8i months,`" I.5t ,ne euutar " It.1 Three monthso I.Ut oen weak . eo rrtri5r. 23i igle copy....... . b A t y ubseriber to Dsily delivered by carrier aR di &drertietna rate ,raishi d ,m appllution. 'he circlation of the ribnoa in L.tiaorn w Ms s.ans is guarantlened t. aoed that ofl it pa.~ p , publih,l in t hetate .octnoere desiring their address uanged d ut lisend their foler address; thlis should be rdlrWes: iRInttI a PopLIslKNo C(OMPANt i tr0 t .olr , i Mle na. NO. 8526. FIInT NATIONAL BANh OF GREAT FALLS. Authorizelt Capital, St.ooo,ooo 'Paid-Up Capital. $250,000. OFFIOERS: F E. COLLINS, . . .. Predident L. G. PHELPS . . Vioe-PresidelI A E DIOK.EMAN. . . . Cashier D L. TakeV . .. Ae't Cashier DIREOTORI: 0. A. BROADWATE~...

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 January 1891

HOSTILES COMING INTO CAMP. Bneks and Squaws Arriving at Pine Ridge in Various Stages of Delapidation. MAIN BODY OF INDIANS NEAR MISSION Abotst One Thousand of the Hostil]. Camped Outside of the Agency. Conflicting Telegram from the Pine Ridge Agency-An Indian B y Lyinched In Washington. Ptxn Rmtos. B. D. Jan. 12.-Duriug the moralng anumberof bucks and squaws from the hostile camp arrived on horse. back and in wagons, in all stages of oe. lapidation. The arrivals, however, were not as numerous as was expected. The main body of Indians is still remaining 'hear Mission. As the fugitives or visitors reached the outpost they were eprived of their arms by guards. he wily hostiles, however, displayed ly a few Weapons and these were later urned them, when the owners went to the hostile camp. It is not at all probable that many of the bucks had a concealed about their persons. ortly before noon Frank Gourard, who been to the hostile camp, arrived and ounced as he flew by that the Indians re ...

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 January 1891

Greatest of all Our Cut Sales! Ilaving announced to start a Great Clearance Sale we start the ball rolling with the following announcement and you will find we will keep our word and give you everything we advertise. Remember the prices we quuo.c are for good staple and desirable goods, not goods that have been on the sl-elves since the year before the flood. Overcoats. Furnishing Goods. Boots and Shoes. Suits. Ireing overstocked il this line of goods we find it is only the pri.. one remain ojri.el in thi line is to re.te our preselnt very large stok, so In this line of goods we will name prices that will suit everybody, as we Here is where we smake our big drives is in our clothing. Just read the that will make them go. We will cut to the following prid e s: $ arey llowing prices Ind then come to pr store andnt see the goods for yourself. Grey and White Knit .................. .$ .63 Former Price $1.0 ak Gooo D ad Durable Suit......................$4,00 Foro ler Price $7.50 lac13 k...

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 January 1891

The Semi Weekly 'r bune, VOLUME VIII.-NUMBER 39. (IiiEAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 1891. PRICE FIVE CENT: Have You Called at the Big Sale in the Collins-Lepley Block Yet? If you Haven't yon are Missing an Opportunity not soon to be seen in Great Falls again. There are about 100 Suits of Oregon City Cassimeres. This grade of woolens hardly needs an introduction to the consumers of this state. Their wearing qualities cannot be excelled. They go at from $7.35 to $12.75 per suit, every one ,f which are cheap at double those figures. There are about 100 Suits of Eastern Goods In Impored Worsteds and Cassimeres, all well made and desirable. They go at from $4.00 to $10.00 per suit. Any of them are cheap at double the money. There are also about 50 Children's Knee Pants Suits From $1.00 to t3.75. Every little boy in town should have at least Iwo of them. There are about 10 dozen White Laundried Shirts At 65 and 76 cents. The 75 cents ones are New York Mills muslin and 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. — 17 January 1891

IGREAT FALLS TIRIBIUNE. V 1B9tSBNl VtA L ANL saxI-WRIZLI TIIE TRIBONE PUBLISHING COMPANY. I1NOORnPOATaV] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. dalt s.ubariptionn ,uat be paId in adnance nya. Van1 aail, $iO.X Our year, by nmll,.S$.0 in imonttls. 6.1111 tie months 1 60 nmonth I.UI r months . 111a wee. owt carriler 2'liSgle copy....... n A ll cit. nb.jribers I, tL'DIl delivsred by carrer. Adaertising raIn. fjmished on appllation. lb. etrclation ot the 'ribase in northern Wattana is guarantoead t. " ..,Vd that at n cy p pVr publlishd in the satat oaaaonarta daairlin their nddress ablanee 'nnt and their taorar ddrese; thiasb shdlb rme~mbered. 4ddre..: Tenurea 'DeLhelalc CoMPAut 'breat rail. Montane. rlo. 8626. - FLRST NATIONAL BANE OF GREAT FALLS. Authorizell Cauital, $i ,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up CapitHa, $260,00. OFFICERS: T E. COLLINS,.. . Proaident L. (G. PHELPs Vioe-Preeident A E DicintmhN, . . . Cashier D L. TRACY, . . Aes't Cashier DIREOTORS: t. L ROAIDWATEI, JOHN LEPLEY. PARIS GBBON. IRA MOCla. 3051? VAtIO...

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 January 1891

OUR BARKER MELANGE, Confidence in the Future of this Far famed Camp not Abating a Particle. THE BARKER STEADILY PRODUGINO ORE, The Black Hawk and Idyl Mining Companies Steadily Push. ing Work. Governor Peck Delivers a Str ,ng Me. sage Before the Wisconsin Legislature. Speelat Correspondeaee of the TeraUnas BARKER, Mont., Jan. 15.-There is still a strong feeling of confdence In this eamp, notwithstanding the shut down on the Paragon and Tophand. Old pror tors who have been in the camp a g time still believe that the future rosperity of the camp is certain and at belief Is based on evidence which is in to all. The force of men on the Barker are ily at work and have filled the large house and have several tons of sacked ·i the sheds outolde. A contract has et to drive a fifty-foot tunnel in the Hawk and work is being carried dily with good results. Work has enced on the contract for a 100-foot on the DaHly--one of the cluims Belt Mountain Mining company. Idyl Mining company Is still st...

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 January 1891

Greatest of all Our Cut Sales! Having announced to start a Great Clearance Sale we start the ball rolling with the following announcement and you will find we will keep our word and give you everything we advertise. Remember the prices we quote are for good staple and desirable goods, not goods that have been on the shelves since the year before the flood. Overcoats. Furnishing Goods. Boots and Shoes. Suits. Being overstocked in t is line of good, we ind it is only tyhe Iprice (ur min i ieet in thiis line is to redune our present very large stock, so In this line of goods we will name prices that will suit everybody, aas we Here I where we make our big drives is our elothinag. Just read the thate nmu the foilowing prices: following prices and then come to our store and see the goode for yourself. that will make them go. We will cut to the following priees: are anxious to give up this line to make room for our other goods. Grey and White Knit......... $ .60 Former Price $1.00 Good Du...

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. — 21 January 1891

The Semi Weekly Tribune VOLUME VII-*-NUMBER 40, GRE ?AT FALLS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY IEORANING, JANUARY 21, 1891. PRICE FIVE CENT, ooI t Sao DEPARTMElNT. fa ombe or boot is largely m wear you can gel out Iters w metbig ehe to s If that were the ionly thoes wisth tee bees aid soles li Mat4.esat te a. t fe oot elllthfg diissn t to It. You be deeelved, but that will be yeo have been unwise in your of a place fhr parsehaag. iS so robk If yores seek a this Islt of sboes: juIsI haud swed Flaush Caff 11.5,0. *ael smad 1mws.. Kid 417.5. hislip ud « a. Frank alf, pst last. at $17.00. $L00. hirsl u.t, n Aedrm. Omalt, r sImAauinmall, imeblis saud 11.50 M the ,aboveJ4 in etthew pa tpqdtew, eel as they "by. Da~tn rom, whomt tb boht shoesm eels boate ras of yaws eed whop gooal we c es apw made, ii~lillidjrrb~iid edl u inu rwm"r·Ii wsMtalg.oaeealdad 'well aa. 1t ,thaan o sock at ti .dV3's wheatiiw 'bate In 8hoe Shop; Wa wC im blaed of1 fa'*eite.wp ok MWO sad who, -a" $OWN how mrfl m*' ul.I °~ 4r In e...

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. — 21 January 1891

flE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. " I ln-o.arwa, r o. l SUBSCRIPTION RATES, II ,I.l w cuheerpti,,u mut;t blM paid cin adnaoe .c.ct rc. ttciwt. . cli it, r.ta: l.;ttc ine yar, b' mail, $.01 . .. iI ' i, lilloultht. " 1 ill ,,:: ..1, "anrrir.. I inUlep) ..... t A Ii b rlbeartn o DIailv delivered by arrier 4l-lt*rosl.I-te et. fa.aruiihld ,n applieaUlon. he h eireltatiton of the UlBtia e in LtOrtMlAe '0l, tuLlalhe n-oH l tol.nlt r'. noaclt ltOata tl pa- IL ap I tl a elhleh,. in tn ctad1P . rl pInrs dlTeprath Ilahir addeln e chitlaid IH ,ýIea r,.n,- t .heir c foriter dirili; (aipsolad be ta ,"blrv' . 1mncR 'u'ULlsnzlll CoYPl7 lf .r tIcoun. St,.nlr un. i a NO. Ja25. CL 'FIlSI' NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. bi Au-tlhlnrl.ei Caultal, Si,oco,ooo. N 'Pad-lUp Capital, $2560,000. a OFFIOEHR8 t T : C.t.INS . IPreident a J. TI \IIlt\iNla . .... Vi-ecL'redaient Li A E ll. h'tltit .. ...(ashier h I. II. . \1.110 v N ....0 AULt. Cashier at DIREOTORS: i, W.ltlS 1 E1 J N l.t Y cI II 1. el f L 1l \ ( .'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. — 21 January 1891

AJOR MAGINNIS TALKS.t , e Finds-Great Falls has Been Mak. W tog Rapid Strides Since his m Last Visit- sh ISLATIVE SITUATION DISCUSSED r° Desire to Reopen the Senatdrial ha 'ostest of Last Winter--Let. the Robber Stay a upreme ('ourt has Never Piassed i the Question at Inane-A Just Compromidtse Favored. ;. Mertln MItli.tl c(hmt. downlt fron, I's s yest.'rally in ctmnlltln with oim cIa i ibhllhu rtl f ilr. L G. Pi. llp. va or, s-ed his surl.lrie oll grull at at the stibit.n tal imllprovemllent. lince his liat visit, The comipl-ttim ii Bach, Cory & Co. block rand oth. r r ilditigs gives quite at new andtl " look to the townl espetrtlly is the train. Shortly after their thi r. Gibion drove these gentlemen ti e dam andl the wasks of the otana smelter. This was ' 6 they had seen the works ti great Missotri was put iutu ve They were very much pleased to ubstantial and immovable sp oh of the great obstruction over river glides so swiftly and Ir y before resuming its old and sap over the...

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. — 21 January 1891

Greatest of all Our Cut Sawd Having announced to start a Great Clearance Sale we start the ball rolling with the following announcement and you will find we will keep our word and give you everything we advertise. Remember the prices we quote are for good staple and desirable goods, not goods that have been on the shelves since the year before the flood. Overcoats. Furnishing Goods. Boots and Shoes. Suits. Being overstocked inthis line of goods we and it is only the price Our main object in this line is to reduce our present very large stock, so In this line of goods we will same prices that will sut everybody, as we Here I where wemake r i drives is a our eotg. Ieed .s that will make them go. We will t to the fola prie: we name the following prices: aIrea drlee uu lnen aneee te oner store and me the goods flr yoassll. Grey and White Knit .................$ .60 Former Price $1.00 are anxious to givep this line t make room for our other od. rable Suit...............$4.00 Former Pries...

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. — 24 January 1891

Uont JHlitricil No The Semi eekly Tribune. VOLUME VIII.--NUMBER 41. (cIllAT FALLS, MONTANA, SAT.ITRDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24, 1891. PRlICE FIVE CEN'T A TI tde to r Boot & Shoe DEPARTMENT. I alue of a shoe or boot is largely M by the wear you can get out he there is something else to ered. If that were the only H hoes with iron heels and soles at be made, but durability is only a the qualities to be borne in An ill fitting shoe is an instrou torture and a shoe which does well is an eye sore. Get a to t will protect and aid the foot or of being a detriment to it. You be deceived, but that will be to you have been unwise in your a of a place for purchasing. 2t run no risk if you make a th this list of shoes: ctly hand sewnd French Calf m th $7.50, m of ly hand sewed Kanpgaroo Kid re of 7.50, to itotly hand sewed French Calf, aukenphast last, at $7.00, hi di odyear Welt, can be half-soled in and are equally as comfortable, at $5.00s.o Goodyear Welt, tine American Calf, at 50. .00, p f...

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. — 24 January 1891

iR:EAT FALLS 'IJllUNE. r uLleauZ DALT AND eIsrau-W hJL er filL TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. inl SUBtSCRIPTION RAtES. t .,enl saruripttn. mlt be pid in advance Pa ,A[LTY s . vaaa. LI. aty.r, hr anil, SOUIX tine year, by ail, I.50 An i moatha. ' Lii.i bimoni ths " 1.14 - -,n l m , h " l. , T h ree m nuUl " I . L tos wak, oy oarrier. . ni iunle copyd ..... . AiH clty . neieribn to .lsilrdhrlred byr oareer Al NO. 3525. F'I RT NATIONAL BAN OF GREAT FALLS. Aiuthorize' Capital, Si,ooo,ooo. Paid Up Capital, 250.000. In g' OFFIOERB: N T. E. 'OLIINS. ........ PLesident to J. T. AltMIN,TtN ..... .. Vi... ie-Pmient A EI. I)IKIEA .... .......Cahier in. It. MAT'rciiN .... .... . . At. C mhier i DIRECTORS: to C. A. 0 ti di. 1 yI . wllN L PIX.C C I. 1 Ima.I n Bl. i. I. a re of BOBIsR] w~l'p,1 ly H, u. cTihN. m n _+. sr.w IuT "r,. J.u11. ""41011r. all J. DOoK'AA+.I"Fit. Lo 1'u LLPeh, agmnernani kltrio hmes tmnlemes I, tI.ahull de ian r, tLhe pyrncepal poant be the el tnad ionre pe. Promept atenouin g...

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. — 24 January 1891

THE STORM-RIDDEN EAST, Another Storm Sweeps Over the Mid dle and Eastern States Doing Great Damage. THE RECORD OF FRESHETS AND FLOODS. Two Women and a Team Drowned in a Swollen Stream in the Empire State. le Terrified by the Violence of the Storm-Factories Blown and Railroad Travel Saspended. Naw YORK, Jan. 22.-Much rain has len over the New England and middle teb today and tonight, anti from many into come tidings of a freshet and reatened flood. Bridges are being apt away in Duchess county, N. Y.,and Wassaic today two women and a team drowned in a swollen stream. In Mohawk valley the breaking up of lee in the river is feared. There is immense ice goage near Tribes Hill the people living on the lowlands miag frightened, fearing a flood. 4iled to a great height. People along the bantks of the Mohawk y to leave their homes it a mo a notice. the lower Hudson there has nil day lied the fiercest gale and rain storm e season and some places are com y flooded. The same report comes all pa...

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. — 24 January 1891

Greatest of all Our Cut ales! Having announced to start a Great Clearance Sale we start the ball rolling with the following announcement and you will find we will keep our word and give you everything we advertise. Remember the prices we quote are for good staple and desirable goods, not goods that have been on the shelves since the year before the flood. Overcoats. Furnishing Goods. Boots and Shoes. Suits. Being overstocked in this line of goods we find it is only thle price O, r main olt in this line is to reduce our present very large stock, so In this line of goods we will name prices that will suit everybody, as we Here is where we make anr big drives is in our clothing. Just read the that will make them go. We will cut to the following prices: we name the following prices: followlag prices and then come to our store and see the goods for yourself. Grey and White Knit .................$ .60 Former Price $1.00 .Good Durable Suit....................... $400 Former Price $7.50 Bla...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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