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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 21 May 1890

t'ý hii , w ¢ r ý ' c + t t. a j1' Tt am-WeekIy Tribune. VOLU~ ;, GREAT FALLS, MONANA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1890. PRICE FIVE CEN'& n Elgit nse of 'w. ' just r te4, Does everybody know, thbe we are just received the largest^aid ost complete asorta.ent of Out r & Croe*wil aneo k*,igeibr own in GObat FIallb ? Thiasls rtment compy~s., thesl;a* pes, latest., atyl.aad., esigns the markel ·, .,sar ay and Junphin nsaolee D, Y odds the rilhest tie'in the keth i spring is the "Crepe Wea taesi all styles make, FtII{Kin8 fp aene.how, e " Pea-haem..g ' ; he "Wind rs" and "Flowmg.Ends." W4l rs for negligee shirts in dlesa.!risety If yosr tsanbi r everyday'awe <,ae shoW.' on a linet a 6m 25 1G 5O0OIeni at are bebauties, fallyea good.a. sold from 50 to 75 eesteetsw here. Lots of new.thingsan this line e in just recently. We can how you the prettiest line of shirts, including sueh oele. makes as Cutter & Oros. 's and Wilson Bros.' at pripes at will sell them. We warrant very shirt. R HA...

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 May 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE e'OULSIta' ". rNY D RI-It n I WLT THE TRIBUNE POUBLIBIII COMPAl !. IT INooePORATm] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail sub.rlptlno must be paid In advOO. nonear bynil ,$1SO.0 One yer by mal, L. 1i0amoniS, " 5 moni, 1.0 Unemnonl n"mnn I0.O Sweek, oy crrier, 2 Sinl py, ...... Alleity nbscribers to Laily delivered by carrier A. rtulnz rae furnisalhed on applieaton. Tn okEralalon oI the Tribune in northen ,M, i. maEtantsed . nieedthat n e p sT I Db lhedin the lerrtu dM pt sasn dUe rinc their .ddr ..s mtY Ured their former address; thi elhual be Delt lls. TMntana. S NO. J52. PlIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, Si,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFICERS' T E. COLLIN, . . Presidend L. G. PHELI' . Vice-President A E DICKEIsAN, . . . Cashier D L. THAM,. . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTOR8: c. A. HBNOAUWATHRR, MARTIN MAGINNIB, PARIo GIBSON. IRA MYOEB. OBHERT VAUGHN, H.. OH0WEN, J T. ARMINGTON, JOHN LEPLEY. A generan banking bNslne tamnaotdl. achnane drawn on the pri...

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 May 1890

•ER, n . , ples ipl rd o the Rsk 7we ouned as Wymtan NSIVE OF ITI FOillUND THEaH •new doealmded in the Dietrict coset PeFr th Teea. Let flr the leetrie trePet l* and Smelter Work. e discovey made by Merritt, Boyd , at the heod of Wymna'brwk a trl ry of Logging creek, I attreoung a deal of attention. SeveB l smaples e from these prospect anrc now din. ed at the Park hotel. Their samples rich in silvet atd lead, and contain iron. They have been fitly termed carbonates r and aree melting, smelters will pay a premium for ores is grade to help In the reduction of tory ares. The parties in thliljom are confident that they hmvenstraor oanza and with further development be able to command their own price he propertles, e prospects are favorably located, g easily accesable by wagon road ogging andWynian oreeks a distance bout six mileL The Wyman, Colt m America, MeYrlt & Wyman No. 8, leads of hard carbonates of from 20 inches In thickness. Al Steel, a otor of long experleoce among the of...

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. — 21 May 1890

GREAT FALLS TO MOlAEHCI T'he Pioneer Excursoln Over the New Belt Mountain Railroad. GLORIOUS SCENERY ON THE WA The Excursionists Admire the Noble Iron Highway to the Silver Vlines. 'lear Air and Bright Skies-A Hearty Welcome for tlhe Visitors-A 31Merry Co('lltpany. Sunday was a gala day for many citi zens of Great Falls, and a day which will mark the beginning of a new epoch in the prosperity of the city. At an early hour excurt.onists began to gather at the depot and when thell train of five coaches started on schedule time it was heavily loaded. Several gentlemen took their families ,ut and a number of the gallant young gen'ln-men gave their lady friend the pleasure of the day's outing. Ti. party was in good spirits and all seemed bent on having a good time. SPI'ENDID SCENEARY. As the train wound along up the Mis souri the islands, covered with verdure, the glistening surface of the river andthe green hills rising beyond formed a beau tiful picture. After the train had climb ed fr...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 24 May 1890

Se TSemi- eekly Tribune. OLTIME VII*--ITBER 18. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATUTRDAY, MAY 24, 1890. PI'II('E FIVE CEN', n Elegant Line of StramHats just reeived: Does everybody knew tlit we ave just received the largest and eost comply1S t of at t. dr & ribe' aid04t9ea own in (elA6t Fik? This:as rtment comprie the newest apes, lates sty % and riobest esigns the aaisiad6t af fl r ay and Jose inn -~ssieer. yl I odds the" richest tie fI t'.e. rket t. . s-pg is the "dOeie ma ij *e s rnew bows e " Fonur.i-hand," the "Wind rs" and "Flowing Ends" If rs for negligee shirt. in almoo ndless vaiety, If you n tie or everyday wear we coab aas on aline at froam 6 -tiOer hat are beauties, ful~ ay gt~iaes re sold from 50 to 76 cee .else here. Lotahof newrtiin e th iu is lino me in just reoently. We casn ow you the pliatt ln~e e of shirts, inoluding such cele. ted makes as Outter & Cros. tte's and Wilson Bros.' et prioes at will sell them. .We warraut wvery shirt. : II ill HAT DEPARTMENT In this ...

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. — 24 May 1890

GHEAT FALLS TRIBUNE ."aL.UnKI 11 NsD ti. u sum.wasts THE Ti IBUBI PUBLISHINII COMPAiY. SInoonPORATUa] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subocrlpthonm must be paid in advman. UMAILt. emn-WmLT. neear bymail,$1000 One ear, by marll, p.0 ia monlba, I" t Oia months 1.10 ian motnth " 1.10 Three monthl" 1.00 .lneweek, oaoeerrler,23 I dile opy..... All ity ubacribers to Dalily delivered by carrier Adetieuinae rates turnished on aappicatlon. .ohe ehecalatlon of the Tribune in mahehra uYt anais guaranteed - eeededthat of ar pa ...ubllshed in the tern.i ~7 naoneroere deeiring their addree ahaneed mnateend their foraer atldres; this shuald be =+. bared. ' rea TaatIBa I PUBLISaING COMPAnM, 'rnat alls Muotana. NO. 3602. N..IT NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, St.ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00(00. OFFICERS" T E. COLLuNI. . .. . President L (C. PHELPS . . Vice-President A E DirC.KEAS. . . Cashier D L. TnRAv. . . Ass't Cashier DIRECOTORS: 0. A. BHOADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIs, PAh0 UISIUN, IRA MY...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 24 May 1890

HE 0AOTAS I i ilpri ier Delegations Doing Active and Ehective Work for the New Sitates. HOMPSON WANTS THE FLAU PROTECTED be Judiciary Committee Reports in Favor of a Woman's S8falge Amendment. e River and Harbor Bill Comnea up in the' House and May be Vetoed by the President WAsnmcaooit, May lSS.-Congraesman .lord aid today that the house Indian mmittee" would probably authoriae a avorabie report upon the bill providing or Indian schools at Olundeatn and hbamberlaln, S. D. Senator Pierce said at he had information that the senate ould condirm Johnson postmaster at oshon, N. D. Johnson was appointed ree months age. Charges were pre erred against him and the nomination as tied iup. Pettigrew today presented petition headed by the city and county flicials of Canton, S. D., praying for the nage of a bill preventing the importa lon of liquor into prohibition states. At a meeting of the house special com. je on irrigation today Chairman Van vers was Instructed to confer with the oee comms...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 24 May 1890

NEW ENGLAND REALTY BLOCK, Contiract fr it (onlltrtlion Let to Burke & O', onner of Helena. WILL COST FORTY THOUSAND DOLLARS, Work on the IEletrie Street Railway and Telpllholin ExIchnilge to Ilieihl lil Onte. HI. I). Illinot RIe-Visits Great Falls alnd is llliniiig I LIarge Atd ditionto Iiin Three Story loihk. Toll dali Ilirk- & O'olllnnlr, ron trt-llors i of llelin,t. were awarded the contrat t r cIt erection of the New England Iltlle i. tpllanyl' building. The exnavation Iot rl -tltlr-cture is llld:,oi0 feet, whinch ill 'e, at Ilabasetiet under the entire Illli illnd front tide walk. iOn the first 1t 1I till be two store rooul fronting o. t ntrali avenue and four store rilloo- n the ltide fronting on Filth street. iTh 'e huitng will be 50x1n0 feet. l)n the secontlll e s will lie rooms for the variou.s count' y llies and a large fire lro.f vault lor thel protection of the Ittuty records. The third floor will hbe divided into roolm and suits for real es tate or hiw Inttihes....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 28 May 1890

e Semi-Weekly Tribune. vOLIJh VII,--; TUML.U 16. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MAY 28, 189i,. PIII'E FIVE CIlN', ..-T'Y7".- -- --- -- - ..... -. -~ .I- .. ...~-------- ----;- ------------ -- An Elegant Line of Straw Hats W just receivedt km th r .Op e's .ne w t ev shown if Giest FPs This. designs the ma ket nitde foin May ad ane in 9a8; By all oddheps ahiolesti tlin the market tns sprng is the "O lishpese" atWe e in all seIt sors" and ·inlowmg tid " sors for negligee eM Afift. fores everybody know that we th you a ,line oAhrom as ,to ·eieft a that are beived the largest s n4d are sold from prie to he5 aen where. Lots of new thinpg in this line shcame in jst styles ently. We a show you the prettie(t ,line of a these shirts, inolndinq 'g iuh obee breeted makes as utter ds for sette'M and Wilo n Bro.' ev pri es thmarket thrill sell them. We warrant ver hm in all hirt. of m nkyiic .,nlatewbo , In this department we show you the solartest syles or spowring and.i summer. Have you seen t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 28 May 1890

GHEAT FALLS TRIBUNE ecoIn.1u;I ",tILLANu In em.WutSSL THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANLY i mooanOaATrDI SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mall eubseripton. must be paid in advanoe. y.r, bye afl,10o0 One'yrbyssmail .S ne month ' 1.00 Threemonths" 1.0 )o wesek,oy carrier, l Sgl copy.... I Anlli subseribes to Dailydelivered by carrier Advertlsing rates furnished on appiliation. The irclatifon of the Tribune in northern M.ma is 8ssantee,! t." Pzeeoithatof o.sy pa per ublshetl in the trrJ, y ooslonoers desirini tholr address ohased mstsend theirfortnr addren; this hould-be rms-mbsred. Addres: Tau.cE L'EUBLosIsINso COMPA, Treat Falls. ,,ntanan. NO. .26. IlIST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $iooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $IOO,000 OF.J'CERM T E. COLLINS . . . President L. (3. PHELPS . . Vice-President A E DICKERMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRAcy, ... Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: ,. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIN, PARIi GIBRON. IRA MYERS. RIBERT VAII(HN, H. O. CHOWrN, TI . ARMINWOTON, JOHN LEPLEY. A g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 28 May 1890

Original Package Bll Reported in the Senate. DENS INTROUCES HIS FIRST BILL, eesnate Committee on Publb Lands Report a Long Land Law. Red Letter Dhy fer Dakota at the National Capi tal. Anstntom'o IY ,96,.-Senator Wilson Iowa from the comumsttee on judiciary ay reported the following bill as a s~itute fdt the "otglinal package" Ilq bill now under consideration Inthe ate: hat when any Intaoxi.:a.g liquors ll be transported front one state or ritory to another or.from any foreign ntry, such liquor shuall, when actual continuous transportation shall have minated, be considered to have ceased he subject to Interstate commerce and part of the common mtes of property thin the state orterritory and eibje't the respeotive powers of the state or ritory in respect of all police regula as of prohibition, regulation or taxa Tlakerlag the Lhd Lass. The senate committee on public lands ay concluded ts consideratton of use bill to repeat the timber culture Chairman Plumnll reported to the ,ate a su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 28 May 1890

WILL GROW AND FLOURISH, Great Falls to be the Manutheturing Centre of the North West. OPINIONS FROM PROMINENT CITIZENS. Answer to the Question, "Why Will Manufactories Flourish at (;reat Falls?" WHater. Water Power. Cheap Fuel. Railroad Facilities. RIaw Ma terial silt H and. "\\thy will lanuratrtrrries flourish at Great Falls?" was a.sked by tile TUrnat., iof a lerw I1 oar citizens yesterday, and the rrlespons, ae re giv'en below. No neu was f(lad \w h1 dij not have an abidino laith n the future industrial andr manufactin r. 'a prominence of the city, and it wan- I.. trouble to find goord reassos to bolster .ld buttress their belief: I'nrl- ;Ibison-1- have answered that nr.-tirn ruundreds of times, and I think i lrrten enough in print. To do the subject jll.tice I would want a goodly portion of I.ol paper. In a word, the combination If unlimited water power with inexhaust ible cheap fuel, together with superior railroad facilities and abundant raw ma I-rial it hand, leaves no possib...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 31 May 1890

- ,,ý , 4,., ,,--- j-- .. i. ý"S(l?* n ., ...."A .+:m . ww .. .. ,°°'ý Se. mi- We ekl Tribune. CLUM V*-Nff1Eý 18' GREAT FALLS, 3&&TTA A, SATURDAY 'MAY 81, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTi n Elegant Liui of Straw Htats just received. Does everybody know that we have just reqgeoed thert and sortmen.e.di the n.we. t shapes, I " 'y rI ; dR: t 4ilss May and Jane in neckweetr. market. g is tle "hr ye."-' ,}in ein sll, f mas, including the new bow, the "Four-in-hand," .: more" and " lowing idsr"'Wind endle ss ariety. o, yt, for everyday.wearl wear ansboE you a linegt fraet `A to f-6 where. Lots of new things in thip line casme in just areeenP WR Aan show you the prettlest line of ethvese s~ihiir t, such eels sett4's eqd Wli Baq e :t prices every pirt., In this depertpnent we show you the latett" itles `for isirll snmm .' ýý' and eq, l}ýq Wdreey We show a oom (( s o t c Uf f lid it h~ Our line of o priced goods from tai $lO are 'hsetI+ýtº'º bipt_ 44 value evey offered. The'$ . hate, in - $ ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 31 May 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PUBLIBR1 *t lY91 AND BOMAII-WIM THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. rloonaoBAam]A SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail sobaerptione maut be Paid in advace. ix mOnlbs, 1.1 i enhs 1.0 8ne month 1.00 Three months" Iac ine week, y eoarrier, 2 tliglecopy....... Allity eabeeribers to Dailydelivreed by carrier dertleteg rate furnitshed on application. 1bu oireiatieon of the Tribone in northern Matan iis uaranteed t, eeteedthat of asny ia . ceernber e dreuirhngthr eaddress ebanaed emMt Bend their fornor eddrese; t should be ramebeed. Address Tetotea PUBeIee INe CoxpAr.I, ereat Falls, Montean. NO. 8626. FLRST NATIONAL BANK OF (REAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFIOERc: T E. COLrNs, . . . President L. G. PHELPS . . Vice-President A E DICKEMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TAv, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: C. A. HROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS PARIS GIBHON. IRA MYERS. ROBERIT VAUtHN, H. O. OCOWEN, .I T. AIRMIN'GTON, JOHN LEPLEY. A teneral boaking biness tranaeted....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 31 May 1890

phmilOI LAUWI TOE UFNiE; vtest Makes tihborka Resi tes tohe es . edIls to Beomea Jose. W lM ef ls Allowed tO Ruae. j1i5 9-The senate bill Ibjetleont bepot" liqtt lt to the pro sin o o ft M eof the bverel states, is agal .i p today, the 'r estion ang on thaeoowug. rliaellsnle ofred Mr. -Y fr ti rep.t of thr jud-. sry conomitte: ".hat fermented, dli Iled or othier ltogltting liquors, trans rred as uatlel of tpmaarer r brought to any Uta t otrttory fromn a point or ece outside of such atte o r territory r use, consumption or sule therein, all not be slib0l nor shall the owner person lin pdleseon thereof be exempt cm the operAtion of the law or regul,. ione, coltrpol, polte Or taxing power of ce state or tiebr adetithgor appil le to all other lke propertyby reison euoh liq.iOit beg tinthe:.o lgiaslopaok. a of importation or transportation ua bject of Interstate or foreign oom aroe. Gray's amendment was agreed to. Yeas , nays 0. vnwr ATTACZtI TEn BoLL. yest moved to amend ;heq suboitut a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 31 May 1890

THE CONDITION OFT CROPSHF Favorable Reports From Many Parts of Cascade County. GRASS AND GRAIN GROWING NICELY. The Experiment of Growing Flax to be Tried Near Red Buttes. New Irrigation Enterprisea in Various Portions of the County. County Surveyor H. L. McIntyre has returned from an extended trip of obser vation through the country west and north of Great Falls and gave to a TRIBUNE representative a summary of the crop prospects and condition of the country in general which shows the pros perity of our varied interests. At Fort Slhaw and on the bench lands oward the t'lm l uts the rains and warm weather hlve produced a grood growth of grass, on which many cattle and horses are feeding. There has been more rain there than close to town and what grain has been sown is looking well. Several ranchmen have taken land on this bench and a large amount of prairie is being plowed. The Crown Butte canal, which will be built this season, will cover near ly all of this land with water and then...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 4 June 1890

Th Sei11-eekly T1ribune,. E VII.-NUMBER 20. OREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY JUNE 4, 1890. I'EI ('E FIVE CEN'i egant Line of Straw Hats just received. a, everybody know that we t received the largest and mplete assortment of Cut rossette's neckwear ever n Great Falls ? This'as. a comprises the newest latest styles and richest the market affords for June in neckwear. By the richest tie in the is spring is the "Crepe We have them in all styles including the new bow, ur-in-hand," the "Wind "Flowing Ends." Wind negligee shirts in almost riety, If you want a tie day wear we can show e at from 25 to 50 cents beauties, fully as good as from 50 to 75 cents else SHIRTS t ew things in this line nst recently. We can ° the prettiest line of V including such cele- i es as Cutter & Oros- a Wilson Bros.' at prices All them. We warrant T DEPARTMENT department we show you styles for spring and useen the new "Fedora"? is the latest out. It is cooler than a stiff hat, ly as dressy. We show line of ...

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. — 4 June 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PnLltsanti ,UL, AND sIMi-WRILn THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANI. Iflaoon.dnATD] SUBSCRIPTION RAE.S. Mail snbocriptions most be paid in advance. nsear, by mail, X10.00 One year, by mail, P.0 ix monthe, 1.00 Siz months 1"50 TOnewee, o carrler, 25 tSingle eop ....... Alloity suberibers to Dailydelivered by carrier Advertistine rates furnished on appuoation. The oironlation of the Tribune in norther Montanais goaranteed tc mooeedtbat of a..y pa er published in the territory bnoeorierse desiring their addres luss=ed must and their fornmer addrees; this hould be remembered. Address: Taa, ono PuBLISHNsG Cororoa , Ireat Feils, Muntana. S. ~------- NO. 8525. FIlST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $IO.000. OrFPlOERa T E. COLLIse, .. . President L. G. PeELSR . . Vice-President A E DICERMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TacvY, . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTOR8: C. . BROADWATER, MARTIN MAOINNIS PARIS oIBBON. IRA MYERs ROBERT VAUGHN, H. . OHOWIN, d ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 4 June 1890

TC ALKEE ON THE TARIFF y Says the Senator. Wil Seep Ta'lkit on it Two Months. SOFT PROMISES ON SILVER. ,ator Pllmb Takes a Hand at Silver Legislation--His Scheme Outlined. Pr PanAmerlean Sentimentalism -The Monthly Debt State. ment leaned. Wasast.o0N, alne .--Major McKin. said this afternoon: "I believe the sil rbill will becoeme a law by an act of Isession, although it is not a syre og by any means. There is demand rit from every direction, and I do not lok we ought to adjourn before the all r bill is passed.. The house will devote elf to the measure within a few days. ,, this will be a long session, we will itdjourn, in ny judgment, till late In gust. The senate will talk tariff for "whole two months, I presume. It y be August before the tariff bill will actually passed. No, I don't believe will pass either the federal or the i "gerrymanderlg" bill. There ara ng objections to all the measures in duced so faf on these subjects. We y be able to get together on these esaiotn-but tast...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 4 June 1890

PATRIOTIC DUTY FULFILLED, 3 leneorial Iay Celelbrated With Patri oite Ardor at the Cataract City. A NOTEWORTHY PUBLIC PROCESSION. Gauduar Wins the Boat Race, Defeat ing Hlann--Tracy and Wright Also Victorious. The Helena Boys Carry off the Hon are on the Diamond Field An Unexpected Rab ,it Hunt. (ireat Falls celebrated memorial day for the second time with true patriotic fervor. kt an early hour the city put on a holiday aspect and was in good trim to welcome hrc visitors. In Central avenue and other streets the national flag was displayed freely and store fronts were adorned i'h l mluch taste. In the forenoon veterans of theG.A. R. proceeded to Highland cemetery and there plao-ed flowers on the graves of the comrades who repose in that "bivouac of the dead." After this fraternal duty had been per formed asth pious care, the war veterans prepared for the grand procession. About 2 o'clock the orderto march was given. Starting from the hose house the proces sion marched through avenue...

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