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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 19 February 1890

S.ti WE Tribune. _, ;. SEMI-W EEKLY E If[TION iB 8 GREAT FALLS. MONTANA. WED~6 Y, FEBRUARY 19, 1890. PRICE. 5 CENTS tig, .4' bAe --~b 1 . any I be one invoce f at.These ini~ rs *ta, as well ane ours, rfor e.1~ s justly celebrated Wil ementst inaa~rbr all tten for 4 if`Sprng snow ya lino black o' in apd Lse artant to not only keep when was)aed, but not to way. 1si4ne~of be-, *per pa~pir $v* in lota of half 'by chive seen pzetot esyeve shtowz i-i jof U tomae .rt ý r r·F If TL BALLOT BQOXS. Blot. oeme Palrtlelpante Are Fatally rt lerloasly Wounded In the Wiclnto, KRan., Fgt. 17.-At Harper, sixty .fles touth of here, the ballot bores for four Wktda in otallr ed bond Propoltlon vote,. Were 0ol0 edtiatfy ` There wae a bittIr fl 'vetthe et on Wednediy, otd it tb suppoed .t6ba a poposition detled. Tbs ballot. te two pacinats btll~tbiondCli ere nto reý1 aoied. In ` thia to make ar rta'a N tt N h f St [I 4 w dbi nwhfth 100 men or more partditted, One.man was killed and ma L New ejal ft i thou...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 19 February 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHINIB COMPANY. flsIooaPOSao] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail aubecriptions must be paid in advance. Oesar bymail, St0 n yaer, by mail, 55.0 Sia monhs, 6.0n oths.," 1.50 1newelk. nyomeer, r A SiaBle opyp,..... I Al ity suberiber to Dailydelivered by carrier Advertislne ratet tfrnished on appnication. The oieulation o the Tribune In ,,rthsern B aatla is guaranteed t exceedthat of to pa pr published iAn the tIerretA aor--era desiring their address changed must end their former addrass; this shouid be rmembered. Address: Tuseos! PnsaBIISO CO(IAIT, tresat Fails. Muntana. NO. 8625. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000 OFFIOERS: T E. COLLINS, . .. President L. G. PHELPS . . Vice-President A E DIuERnMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TaAcy, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: 0. A BROADWATER, MARTIN NAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS. ROBERT VAUGHN, H. 0. CHOWN, J. T. ARMINGTON, JOHN LEPLEY. A eanera tbankig bsaness tran...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 19 February 1890

O48 OP J I.t of The Chicago Tribse " ewed bL Wuahlngteoa dorrespoad5e't lie flp, Will Be the iPetaoerattio andidate for 'Preoident. Otet to Alger as the Comtag thr 18s8 for the, IRpab. lems. S O, Feb. 1i.,-h an lnter. lire, Joerpi Medill,. ed. C cae Tribune, is oted "g: Grover Cleveland does not people, but he managee to thumb Close to he PopOla Pulse, t 11I .okwardota following dweil. It isn n dy m pytv 1ia1 'ib th ihe teopison at. ti? b..int reforrmn Ideas that i'ir iioot Hiltl sold teegive the of the entire aw Yorka delege (e' Demcratlo convention in nomination for the presidency bestowed upon Cleyeland. Plattorm e Ware newvteso Republlcan mina t ll a ioni te trM1 from tho net campign. now upon to ta 1Y be sueedt one te the.g ca and ,. eut O t nd -e Nat ,6 N. rH , Feb. 18. Ilb Sbeen di overed. iWhen dar hitlh.ig Pote a he ut s lo 'olI*e lomt a to boen gt. n oohor 89. Hois strong twllbe le w.oo fudepew i overoome the oppLition wo$ h b em a big cared, andt ith oub a d is c ored.all...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 19 February 1890

GRAND CLEARING SALK! In . Boys' . Suits, . Fancy . Shirts . and . Woolen . Socks 50 dozen Fancy Shirts at 600; former price $1.25 and $1.50. m'ust have mo r bfoo re bf o uildg na n er to our 50 dozen Woolen Socks at 256; former price 35 and 50c. stora THE GREAT CONTEST. SENATORS ARE SILENT ON THE SUB JECT. No Decision Has Been Reached-Testi mony May Be Taken--Renatr Clark and Col. Broadwater Leave For New York. WASHINGTON Feb. 18 -The members of the committee on privileges and elec tion will say nothing as to what they think of the senatorial contest in Mon tana, which was heard before them Satur day. No decision has been reached and the records and briefs will be still further considered. It may be possible that the committee will desire to hear some testi mony before arriving at a conclusion. W. A. Clark, Col. C, A. Broadwater and A. J. Seligman left for New York last night. L. H. Hershfield arrived in the city last night. Double Weddlng at Sand Coulee. SAND COULEE, Feb. 17.-[Sipe...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 22 February 1890

/ i / e Tribune. SEMI-WEEKLY' EDITION i VLwra 81 G(REAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1890. PRICE. 5 CENTS 6b'. sal lee di be ving daily gtheremtak that etl of - nobbyr b h o4$ £ bythe tailorsrp imported WE5*p*ea w the m skeb-slIl be '' everde~ b to Ath ai ad;ca ft ee Invoiceeof neaw of- mt 1Thens goods are P a wellaseany them, and ae orne ft moat particular oen ,ii and look them over , t of fine Negligee e kadvess Overabirta;g wl undoubtedly be MG vama be found in o theme goode will crated Wil ;iiirrilidi ns aci o in k . d el eggelal atten ;" aaeer in*6pk for o .lirlu tr hal- g lie .of i black' 3ii'' GO6tt , LIsle to not :e washed, bat' not t the beetlinoof im;' I en inlotsof haif prettiest eyers sha i 1ley*1 PP.0i ~7 IONLY OR _SIIRYYIR. aIhliedr May WHoyle.,_Sunk by the )te~(ser: ~ilhtta--All But oa fnrwned. Steameer Bridle .t."Cerl queen ain Coeilelt -9'e adser Sank Sitteen Drowned. Sit dives liost by the Capellnlg of a teaam Lanuueh on Salway Firth. Lonon,, Feb. S0.-The...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 22 February 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHINO COMPANY. INOODBPonATED] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail sub·riptiona must be paid in advance. ne., bymail,10.0 Oneyer, by mail, S.ID SD monaths, D I Shixmonths" 1. thne month 1.00 Three months" 1. ne eek, ,o arrier, 2 ingle cpy...... A uncity s eribenr to Dailydelivered by carrier Advertising rateh furnished on application. 'LThe cir.lation of the Tribune in ,,rthern M .uuta ie gnuuanted t,, nxceedt that (of y pa pr pnblished in tihe ternr tD " roscriere desirinj their ,idreyN changed must send their former address; this shtluld by rnmembered. Address: TRIBUaN PnBLIsnING C(OMANT, MeDat Fails, Muntnna. NO. 3526. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,o0o0,000. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000 OFFIOERS: T' E. COLLINS, . . . President L. G. PHELrS . Vice-Plesident A E DICEERDAN, . . D Cashier D L. TRAOY, . . . As 't Cashier DIRECTORS: C. A BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARMS GIBSON. IRA MYERS. ROBERT VAUGHN, H.O. CHOWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON, ...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 22 February 1890

SYOHllNIN FORA DRR1 ?tble llatled Plot to esesea the C.onatlened rouutse lil.overed After the EIectlte.o hiflke to dleor the Guards and Sher' lis ameilll-She all s Confessed. PtrasynaL, ny., Feb. t1.-Ehllsot. ontb was hanged here Tsteday for clpating in the murder of Mise Ala MoCoy eind her brother. Ie re cool to the lIaet epa deared the EatBied outlldw gangt freid oengage i'thet murder. he is W*as witnessed by a large crowd. kfer the execution the officers DiOteored a Plot h, If uioheeeul, would have re ted in the wape of t h prisoner and .bable dealb of a number of the of ta juil. Throu.,h the coolfes of the ,ji1 It ! the di.covrery Was , The lestl.ide h:l paid the cook to plane s -drg in the dof the gearid the nght before the exeou c 'lie cook wa' told that the drug was given her wo etely to mke guardn go to sleep. .he becamen a and ooncluded to try the efects qegpratiun on the jail ca. The ethe' .death of the animal in Soy.. She then becamo aw l[etied to pitt the etoees to eh as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 22 February 1890

GRAND CLEARING SALE In . Boys' . Suits, . Fancy . Shirts . and . Woolen. Socks 100 Boys' Snits from $1.50 upwards.AH N E CNi E CLOTHIER Thisis bt a starter Look out for fsther otaae, awe 50 dozen Faney Shirts at 50c; former price $1.25 anT A. ATHAN'S, THE ONEust have moe room ore b.dg an eteiof. t our 50 dozen Woolen Socks at 25c; former price 35 and 50c. f eo m SIERCUANTS 15 COUNCIL. The Board of Trade Elects Omfier for the Current Year. The growing importance of the bust ness interests of Grent Fulls is providing a broad field of ende,avor for the Board of Trlade. Accordingly the call for the annual meeting and election of oflicers met last night,met with a prompt response. The counting room of the Townsite corn pay was filled awith merchants, manl facturers and others, all intent on pro looting the commercial growth and gelt oral prosperity of the city. The nsem-n bloge might be compared to a local con gress, invested with ample powers to deal with all things concerning the minin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 26 February 1890

•i: ,, .? : ... . 'fi Tr u n 26. 1890 P]L:i.E. 5 -a -.i 64c v St WEE-K LY E ION (GRAT IA. I, ONTANA. WE 4Y, FEBRUARY' 26, 1890. PRC.5 CENTS ff . : .4 e * bpN A 16 r t j NTom i. sway n 1; mkt ý: a 3ý' a bye' ar akrM i>j«r±ftr Al -kit -iq { y ,I ý 7'1 ISýI yy ,ýi 1 VESE 5 ýyýý ýwý.f llý' I 3ýa.ýj.Y+ ý 1 I ýG a ffiig fit .rNeotal Y $ mf r A . y,,. -7 L; ' 711 1k iW x 5'f ^}"w..·r, i: I . RRSRI.aO 1t M~(Qtq9 0, V {yitb li b'c HOW Is iNIS,_ Mf, SnLCftl tea leeth Oaveltetmea "Do tee Seem to hei it.ilr to AMetld Eeaes Jtl. ei ab, tD. Mº ble . * through hm W umicly, ad, 56 -Ma followed last Thissends the ul dtbaldo fcuythb seoun, hut nertt wile olt; ",U.amteto he,t ~ tt~U wca4 will dap $ st L'W9n loný tder engsroteewhtte tttoeeýtt ccl Mony cie tiontoactecoo v~d~ track Y~tdaad to the state under b treameenter d"th. oft n have baeet arar4 and * ot elrn ,. the stat. once )ori er to Interfere ou I. r dnr~flh cil.8:7aFt p s you mamiql tcwd ___w= __ ri. d meet. ~LUa OOLUAIb.1 la. 98.--Thae o t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 26 February 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE OmeLIemna "UndL saNDm8211-WillmLT TdE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. fI.oaeATroAIn] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subertiop no mmst be paid In advance. Onsear, bymall,10.0 O, year, by mail, i. Ssaonth, " 5.:0 hie monthkbs 1.0 es month 1. . Three ots" 1.00 I)oes week, y carrier, 2. Bingle copy ...... 5 hl ont hscrbere t Dalldelivered by carrier Advertising rates tarnished on applisatlon. The eireealsiton of the Tbrlne in osrthern Matmn Fl guaranteed t." ,,ueeed that of ao pa per pnbliahdlr in the territory eraicrers desiring their address ehansed musst send their former address; this hihold he rememsbered. Address: TIsBUNS PtBtLsesms COurAN!, Great Palls. Mtsna.s. NO. 8525. FRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo Paid-Up Capital, $I00.000 OFFIOERS: T' E. CoLLI, . . . President L. G. PRELPS . . Vice-President A E DICKERMAN, . . . Cashioer D L. TRAC, . . . Ass't. Cashier DIREOTORS: C. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIB, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS. ROBERT ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 26 February 1890

Atto 0.p bog·~ ·~i ttb"~ b r '411 to: M*~r Feu`o ý U.-yºMoM 1 e. e r .." m~rot 1 a 133 IzU eI .sQ Of ! a -IaStopeathio lie ;ttp 4'ht b ot n ethe worite lpt i houte of reiienta. ..n tet foie r oChicago. SChicutiia157s York JýM~rq1ýa w lnn ,A The~r imhet voidtsat st wasg ; nee feeYtato t cuhoiee 164. The victory thus Non by Chicago caused great excitement dtitwhilch the hoeuse adjournsed at .la Y 4. ihto4IAl' 06okTSTa. * ai. 1 lidsrsu > 'a --sjalorea-ol toor b ýthe Anal ont, 3sne on i pti labs way I Ll't totric ipt t'ti report `.fom ie cati~pgttte on pitrtluite end 0Ioni !01r at Mint et geks. This re msade to the sate earlier ha-. tte l a ebtase. e to be QdtiOt2 sbteetl bly and and 4eh tad ot& a,#ieek ado. Saedeceetse nb 1ttpyi eQeince th6e electionc : bsil ar more, o f the i tafments, Ieof thsee tti 9 i~lo4 "hhiio-te a t et tins." it rº In gf" trit5,~ so id that tome othe ey peha caste from sources Meats'e Vlstoqs. li'tu, F. Sit. - Judge )io~atton'e itoetsico in f ror of£ Wa4O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 26 February 1890

GPVAEND CLEARING 2.4 In . Boys' . Suits, . Fancy . Shirts .an . W oos 100 Boys' Suite from $1.50 upwards. * bb!a : I. 1t ' aa we 50 dozen a Ss at5; former price$1.25and$1.50. AT A. NATHAN'S, THE ONEPRICE .LOTMII. 1 . ' 50 dozen Fancy Shirts at 25c; former price 31.25 and .50. m 50 d .... Woolen Socks .,t o.Sa; f ...... price 55 arnd 50c. . "T 1. ......'S ,H O N°'.'.-- e. ',".'...'.,;" om''J ' ;'. REAL ESTATE. THE STORM HAS NO DEPRESSING EFFECT ON THE MARKET. Much Activity in Property of All Kinds -A Lot on First Avenue aluth Sells For $9,000--Many Inr. provementsa to be Made. The storm that set in Sunday and which has continued today without abate ment, has seemed to stimulate activity in 1 Great Falls realty, rather than having tile reverse effect, as might naturally have been expected. There was more than the usual inquiry at the office of the Town- c site company and several thousand 'ol- 1 lars worth of property was sold. Among the important sales made on the outside was that of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 1 March 1890

The Tribune. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION U IE , NU l 87 GREAT FALLS. MONTANA. SATURDAY, MARCH 1, 1890. PRICE. 5 CENTS N. iv TAG D . ER. nothing that will create reeion among stran whomes or give bet "f th prosperity of our Swell-dresead population. a expect vi~gtors to be prosperity of the country yoito not been oft Sma," anshthe day of is pst. It is the your coming visitors to wealth to expend money on personal i to wear net. well nta and iti largely by *irs lt impressions are * people they chanoe to people listen atten tever is told them by gentlemanly looking ew with suspioion the seedy-looklng individ you when you go into and exactly as you Chicago or New York tre when away from would' escarcely walh Swith a hard-lookin Swat to sel you n wayto guard giait this HIE.O m O, wh..e you iddi w4th e ta t east Af Olothing , aH , Goves, a and all articles of at as nominal cost investme. t can you f superior tailor made from seleted im and oblieta:i 4 Qur dotter e bto ..o of the cels !hir ad Un I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 1 March 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PURLISB 'IULI AND Ban-WUNLT TiE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. IranonronATrD] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Moil sabMriptions mest be paid n advance. DaILT. I Sarm-Wm.LT. Oneaue. by maill,10.0 One yn, by mail, N.00 Biz months, 1.00 Nmnths 1.0 ne month I 1.00 Three months" l. )ne week, ,nyarrier, 2 Bingle opy,...... A1 1 city suoscribers to LDaiy delivered by carier Adtertising ates turnished on application. The F ircnlation of the Tribune in northern SM atans is uaranteed to exoeed that ofI A pa per pnblisebd in the terlntI00 nono ersn deNir ng their address ohanged must snd their former address; this Ihould be remembered. AddreNs: TRIBONE PUBLISSING COmPARN, LGret FalLs. M Vntana. NO. 3526. FRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Cauital, $1,o0o,ooo Paid-Up Capital, $100.000 OFFIOERS' T E. COLLINS, . . . President L. G. PHELPS . Vice-President A E DIOERMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRACY. . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTOR8: c. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBBON., IRA MY...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 1 March 1890

i'S VYRN ANCB. Triple t~reiy (aa.sed at ,tgmery, Rian., by the Idttle Word No. oiht Deat by a Rlejeted Sa Rival Wouaded and * aurderer.Bulelded. lkoblnekI, the Ruslan In. resu, HEaSeraety Deaths Explain-lrime. ,iUn.,Feb. 2Sl-Thomst Chrltina Wacba through eaday motning. because she marry him, it is supposed. r then fired a shot at John ball pausing through Macek' Then Jandra turned the hot b',uelf twice through oin, ao the side otlhis vietm, T:.r" hol.ting occurred aboot ut'h of ;hit village, at the girl's mother. A physlcian d the bullet from the lung of Sand he will probably live. Y MURDERED INFANTS. oft Bedles frpwtod 1Foud Dt,'eed B.lding at Warsaw bS& The laoee inform. by the police concerning house of the midwife, naki, is'that the bodies of infsnta, have been of the building. 85RET RAILWAYS. Ta$ Henry Villard * kasge Intarevs Ia b 8S.-The Pioneer Pree ahe re numorousrumor ni Villard has purdhUaed t In the St. Paul and railway companies, is nothing on which to thast sueh a ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 1 March 1890

A. NATHAN, The Clohio, Is now in the east visiting the cities of Chicago, New York, Boston and Philadelphia, looking over the stocks of the best etc., etc., in the largest and best appointed store in Northern Montana. Clothiers, Hatters, Furnishere and Shoemen, selecting an immense stock of goods of the kind best suited to the needs of We are the Great Falls agent for Youman, the most fashionable hatter of the east. He is beyond doubt the you,,, Great Falls trade. This stock is now beginning to arrive in almost carload lots, and everyone asks: "What are you man's hatter of the day. We shall carry his Hate in all the latest shapes. We are also the agent for the new patel, going to do with it all ?" We shall have to show it at a disadvantage for a short time, and then will exhibit it in a extension sleeve Flannel Shirts. We shall carry them in the choicest patterns and in all grade8 from $2 up. ,, large, well-lighted store. We %re terribly crowded at present in our small quarters, but...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 5 March 1890

.h eheTr Tribune. $E"."-WEEKLY EIDITION b. U Vt.L ~UIXtM 90 * GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1890. PRICE. 5 CUNTS It~~ 'II . its Y `. i2ti - ae..," tbe 4. o;, m a m b se [tupp a r el t hi is pest.' t to th youWr co01g visitore tQ weelth to expend oley on . personal' 6s,,nd s ]argL~eljy bgi !heir first Impasoies r yuri whre -yong ito ''whe W ý}y as t_9.ýý y !Y. p : ·;[::' W IltB 7011 !RIIITIIAN. L~~a Niawda Imaged at mllr A* eI T a*e Atanetusof Crimtes. Ne trrIered Wib le 'nd Two hidae, Ael Marrie Aplam Within TwepV. fott Hecars The 'a pItie $lrmlinhai Tragedy, In WN' kb Tlbtr Tjves Were Lest, Ih* ealled by the Nmeat. )l**nteltAM, Aa. Marh L.-34iohrd ilR. sni ewwas at 1l4p. np., end t*et y tne " thebi *e out dlitlp snd ts~llillti d over td [~~icet~ 3. *E' ?eiO flirt 1W 1i ;..W fflao asr Ala., 3Qauh i, Tie for *bthh fliohe l: of hIwife andotte sad, *0os And Ines, Aheeiey moaning, Deo. 4, '3NLI, the of )beywreer~foeºn *atln to e oyh bUt it Inveeti. wrs the reddone H~awsewas ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 5 March 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE ramLs5ar CULT AND esau.wmiri THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. rsexonronATan] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. all eriptionl mst be paid in advanoe. geyeae bymlDl, 8510.00 One year by mndtt S,.M -x monhs. 6.00 Ri: monflh " 1.0 une month Three mon' 1.00 Onewek,oearrier,. ingle copy ....... 5 A Iity subscribers to Dail delivered by carrier .dvertistng rates furnished on applioatlon. The eoaolation of the Tribune in northern Monteais i guaanteed to esceedthat of aypa perpe bllehedin the testsa bneeoenbers deeiring their addrea ehanepd must send their former address; thi sheuldbe Iemmbered. -dderss Taressa PvOausalca CSoneN, (0*eat Fanls, Montana. NO. 8525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $t,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000 OFFIOERB: T E. COLLINS, .. . President L. G. PHELP8 . . Vice-President AE DIC.KaMAN, . . . Cashier D L. Tav, . . . Asa't Cashier DIREOTORS: 0. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBBON. IRA MYERS. BOSIBT VAUGHN, H. O. CHOWIN, J. T. A...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 5 March 1890

_BBTW~ WsiEtltire Naet Wide Allo e J~aiiira4I.Ut Cases.t ii -all i Bllr'd to Both bi ls. 61 Feet of Plead on the Ohio st.-lkgh Video on the At. Isatle oamt. hAMt, A l ,, licoltdo,-=A, utotW gz'A, :;ygleth a4, iecou pih. 4tkade a path atmt *1., and death and deseto k its entire OOute. Irortutntety pa" through a thickly pope of the town, btt the scene its path beggats descrIptIon. ere blown down, an4 the d.. toL htease sard trilets, a ctmolderable dIstance. eoopi'o 4ff like pipeSteot,4ar the gronttc' by the- roots. re nod other 2ionei Taitmsi led, end 'a sioo'er of people blown down wee y. The rin na withOraeler We the old Detell LuMoeted, bath PoFther perlo kg a.ornndo. ThenIort hinettaek d the torola, bhifnuey carried eway. were deoooli,4Iwd ino otf C. P. trennor. i0in of ail,. d0,ete ,wore toreted H;' rd . Wrd d 05 Ltatoflt.,o oag.r of -r trrr*r rierr MI4to, Mhreh 4-U* *iA0r, froot is u.,athlhe Thouooss o.1' of veblee wm Jon scree.s vim , s- eptrg gee ooy ' rl ping o *uad ad o t , ...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 5 March 1890

A. NATHAN, The CohiwT Is now in the east visiting the cities of Chicago, New York, Boston and Philadelphia, looking over the stocks of the best etc., etc., in the largest and best appointed store in Northern Montana. Clothiers, Hatters, Furnishers and Shoemen, selecting an immense stock of goods of the kind best suited to the needs of We are the Great Falls agent for Youman, the most fashionable hatter of the east. He is beyond doubt the y, Great Falls trade. This stock is now beginning to arrive in almost carload lots, and everyone asks: "What are you man's hatter of the day. We shall carry his Hats in all the latest shapes. We are also the agent for the new p going to do with it all ?" We shall have to show it at a disadvantage for a short time, and then will exhibit it in a extension sleeve Flannel Shirts. We shall carry them in the choicest patterns and in all gradee from $2 up. large, well-lighted store. We are terribly crowded at present in our small quarters, but if there is ...

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