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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 8 March 1890

he E Tribune. .:SE MIWEEKLY EDITION v iJ4~l 98 iGREAT FALL , MONTANA. SATURDAY, MARCH 8, 1890. PRICE. 5 CENTS " a It S t ot di rEi jtt It ng w ll~aoseW on, among strati horise ;or give bet the ptoeperit ro ootr 01 szpeetb iitora to be *ty f thseountry -m it yec h ot bieen n r"the'. . rtrl oft dda y>ot. J ispeat Itifahe ft ~Ooi~i~ vi.Itora. jy ';wtlth toa xpend tt ! money" ononi)0tt3a1 to wstaseat well- -si and lt1isg.labgl by Anst impressions ar.t at ejs they'll qsnoouto t people iaten ittten- ,l vw is told them by Ce ntlmanesly looking ~ .`with epispioon the to -lookingr indild- t when you go into 01 i exec y s you c or New Yor foawhen awayfrm ;ti lid.;" t`sell yob w.La i.a r. .iw.S.rLLl2r t w~iub::b''.tnb fg ealit as to iO~l yj · i iI mgeyostwant, every- :: r:~ ~r;i~c~ta-ar l 'FIFTY I OF FLOODU Ohio River at Cairo Porms a gigantle aike `tttaeding Far uto Kentueky. Miesieslppi Overownlag. the Missouri lBttom Lands-Steamers Basy al Rescuing llpfgees. tr 11Ul4esbarre OplIerles Afr...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 8 March 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PoNLInea ALMT AND aUm-WEIKL TilE TRIBUNE PUBLISHINH COMPANI. riooSenoau.,] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail mbesrlptWons must be paid in advance. Onesssr by mail,$10.W0 One 75e5, by mail, S5.0 he monsli, 5OW monthl. 1,W one month " 1.00 Thee mon tfl" 1.0 One week, o oarrier, Bingle cop ...... O i city subeeribers to Dailydelivered by carrier Adveretising rate futished on application. se. eciculation of the 'lTbuLse in orthern IM .utan i guarnteed ton eeuedthat ofy pa per publihed in the terntmu aoemereser desiring their addresse hanged mst eed their former addre; this should be remembered. Addrem s TaseosN PNLIAsN ComPsAe, GreIst FallG, M.ntana. NO. 3S2I. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Cauital, $i,ooo,ooo Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000 OFFICERS: T . COLLINS, . . . President L. G. PHELPS . . Vice-President A E DICnERUAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRAc, . . . A)'t Cashier DIRECTORS: T. A. BROADWATER. MARTIN MAGINNI5, PARIS GIBSON. IRA MYERS. ROBERT AUGOiN, H.o 0. HOWEN...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 8 March 1890

1i.*tgstoii stated by Their 30t4t Ouated from Uthe fuTldehay. . aot as Attempt Will Be to lmp.etek Attorney rdea. eral ,loodwla. l,'*leeaod to Represent i1ow Vatted Stoe Senate-Mla. tota la1tt Alliance. N,. D., March 7.-In the first bqstnes was te reading c smolrtm aiOn of thIe athoenti) -hlch was received Monday. tfew pasmsgs had beed read Soen Moure moved "that the reading tuff"'be dispensed with. When ding ofber put the motion he thie wotd "resolo tton" or whereupon Senator Mo.eure oio motion .erela heo Oter o o th e l d, lied the .uauuondicattho as t{ eceoOncyd Oh ias ntltt o beneath the suti 's of b non notion not to tair the onm was carried, and thea the oon wa sziungp d from the a then took the mi arlown. nd wreo t*iolEred "unit to ea. . dependent and pa= arh m.- he othie o. of gnntmnate scar worn renti Secretory ihe ooetatae Thui Trnre .n tilt i A FARMERS. ~ with ttuir own oat.s bafitee i b 4earw ea Iotr ·o~we Media. . wef r-hel rectothe tro Iowabwrlinlc t to th ee se ftom b...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 8 March 1890

A. NATHAN, The Clothier., 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 yol,, 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 ageat for the new pal 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 oarry them in the choioest patterns and in all grades from $2 up. Na large, well-lighted store. We sre 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. — 12 March 1890

The 1 ._ Tribun e. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION LUE VI. NUMBER 96 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1890. PRICE. 5 CENTS *. Alu. MIIau al e am l I . . . THE GREAT N OnEHA.. I_ t . A's IIIary hall I I (t. Pltirh'l Day). r ' SI tit i t TAG DINNER lfr that will create cr p ion among stran- a ew homes or give bet the proeperity of our w well-dreised population, Ls n expect visitors to be-' ty of the country Ye pif yo had not been cal ember "the apparel oft a Sma..," and the day of n oth is past. It is the du your coming visitors WI Ato wealth to expend money on personal as nd to wear neat, well- hi ente, and it is largely by pu their first impressions are the people they chance to W tern people listen atten- In hatever is told them by gentlemanly looking i view with snspicion the as f seedy-looking individ you when you go into w , and exactly se you ai Ohicago or New York, t sitors when away from or n would r0arcely walk o way with a hard-looking th he did want to sell you a way to guar...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 12 March 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE roaLINsawP LinDAN eDewI-wLT THE TRIBUNE PUBLIBHIIB COMPAIY, rINOORPOnATUD] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail suberriptions meut be paid in advanoe. One.ear. ,bymilSiO.00 One earby snmail, 'P. une month L.00 0 Three months{ 1 o . e week, carrer, 2 nglo copy .... 5 All oity sunbcribers to Daily delivered by carrier Advertueing rateo Ofrnished on aeppliation. The oiroalstion of the Tribane in r.rthern Mu'ntana is guaranteed Ct elceed that o.eoo pa er published in the terntuo aoe.onrln deirin ln helr ddress changed must send their former addrees; this should be remembered. Addre:. Taueo aan Pnto.eaino CoMPAN, Grest FGl., Vontana. NO. 8526. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. C Authorized Capital, $ ,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. OFFIOERS: in, T E. COLLINS, . . . President V L G. PHELPS .. Vice-President 1 A E Doenan A . . . Cashier pr D L. Taicv, . . . Ass't Cashier en DIREOTORS: TI . A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, V PAaIS GIsON,. IRA MYERS. ti ROBERT VAUGHN, H. O. CHO...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 12 March 1890

Compani Ha. Seoured a ie from tle Choetaw Leiglatre. f ls to P a a Certain Per. ! of Rcealpts Into the rtlos'a Treasury. baoled Through While All oet Turned on North lakota. M ,-.-A speoil to Atolka i. T, *says: The taw nation, as pieibd legislature, were made y. One of the laws estahllahment of a lot percentage of the receipts state treasury. It thus i Laouisin Lotery com .td a footng Indian that it obtained the foot eyes were turned an OHIO FLOODS.00 w.wml Snwy Up Ther rses arrci, A y. .Mah 8.--This oeomma Wednesday to the nov snow cstrm. Snow i t·a, ad continued twith a fIirce norbh ry stood sat a~ore i atsll slowly cr. .u;,ng marked in the cveuing the low water 'Iae. MiueUtdo are, :ow in taely bt out frin aro.' '`rho watr Srte rails of the ieuu night the tow od 'ive b usg. - usand 3;1ii. comnpen W CO atd carried down cranriod into the g hor wh-l. The tared the fl.'. and iioat and lrg. , thre bot below here in .Patly tsbmcred / ., March 8. -The floods for the prt tw6 the outth, e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 12 March 1890

A. NATHAN, The Clothier. 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 ther 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 earry them in the choicest patterns and in all grades from 82 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
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 15 March 1890

The Mlii Tribune. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION VI. NUMBER 99 GREAT FALLS. MONTANA. SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 1890. PRICE. 5 CENTS . A's Military Ball on (St Patrlk's Day). Ta ile Prn in gre Kit of wil eel 'cb rea tol tLe ohor me the nwh reIng hir 'et m of hts ad tu or?his Sbuy my clothes i, TON where lk en r Tailor-Made goods wa shrank, at about I should have to- no' A at loom in the im eha or put in their ap- do d it is time that i a blossom out in new sta apparel, neat and ' y for the coming bo SYou have a great tre this summer, and pt t look as if you had a' by a hard winter. ax tad must go your old 00 SThere is no ax- sic for at prices nfl ore, you ean be pro- I the BOBTON with fo and working shoes, styles of hats and Bros. latest novel Sshirts, silk shirts, ar le ti. To Helena an, pperas and balls of n show the people o a nice lot of well- b dlemen can look furnished by the on of Great Falels. men, Real Estate bents. Capitalists, M, d Bankers, all alike, Dc ag to suit their go equippedBOlTON,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 15 March 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE .NBLIBAHP '&IL AND HBMI-WUKKLI TdE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. IenolProRATMD] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail saubMrlptionm meet be paid in advance. Oueyar bymail, $10. 1 One year, by mall, 8m. S e monh, 6t.00 iimonmths 1.0 eNne month 1.00 Three montes'" t.0 n week, oy arrier, Bi ngle copy....... 6 All city ubecribers to Dailydelivered by carrier Advertislng ratee furnished on application. The rcalatieon lof the T.ribnne in eorthern S'etana it goaranteed tod exceedthat of aec pa per publlshed in the terrtetuy naoeertnere desiring their address changed munt send their former address; this should be remembered. Addree: TLaeeoN PUBLetSmNo COMwo.A, Great Falls, Montana. NO. 3626. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFIOERS' T E. COLLINS, . . . President L. G. PHELPs . . Vice-President w A E DIceERMAN, . . C. ashier ii D L. TAcy, . . . Ass't Cashier c DIREOTORS: o. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNI8, PARIS GIBSON. I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 15 March 1890

NII MANITOBA. her Land Fraud Discov aeh Was Engineered by an . P. )thbarlee Tapper and Sir donald Implicated in the Deal. the Dominion Parliamnent ed - Cabinet Oilicern Into the Muse. h 14.-John Charle tor LiAeoln, wan irm. e of commons by Sir ht for corruptly using member of parliament of the government to vernment in securing for ed Adam, a valuable land in the Northwest non inal sum, out of on Iykert received an his toie O,009. The volum odence laid before parlia ow tGlut I tokert wrote that lie had eeoured two young lawyers of . Topper and Macdon ales Tupperand Sir to work their fathers ft also intimates in his e Catoueian Pacifio, to lgtt, have cer the cabinet workinog Sve or six at work he h agrsed to pa 000 to get mautters i.B'of the govern 'a statements. im It i generally be k geme Ryvkct ais v aie of his inlu ment and the diii nthe wires at Ot friend Adam that he e of meinlr of the lucrease his claim to boodle. A parlia i tp he appolated to 18 OUTr eepondent Tell a O.ea toy...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 15 March 1890

A. NATHAN, The Clothier. 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 young Great Falls trade. This stock is now beginning to arrive in almost cirload 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 patent 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 grades from $2 up. No large, well-lighted store. We are terribly crowded at present in our small quarters, bu...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 19 March 1890

The Tribune. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION 8 VI. NUMBER 102 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1890. PRICE. 5 CENTS 6e. A's MIIIury BIll on (St Patok's Day). Id p nox 'em All. the new spring celebrated hats. ieor? yB buy my clothees TON where I can Tailor-Made goods t shrunk, at about e I shouldhaveto at Bloom in the to put in their ap- t nd it is time that blossom out in new apparel, neat and ady for the eoming You have a great this summer, and a tlook as if you had p by a hard winter. Silnty must go your old La es. There is no ex- a lay, for at prices un- Pe ore, you can be pro the BOSTON with ra and working shoes, OV; styles of hate and se In Bros. latest novel- n sel shirts, silk shirts, inj iePe To Helena da operas and balls of show the people th a nice lot of well- r ntlemen can look he furnished by the of Great Falls. r hmen, Real Estate In ants, Capitallst or Bankers, all alike, ag to suit their lequippedBOSTON. cc tantly coming and as The merry chink in larly heard over ,e te...

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 March 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PUELBHZ "SILl AHD 15MU-WMMLT THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. FINOOBPORATnD] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. f Mail subscriptions mst be paid in advance. ll city nobsriber to Dalilydelivered by carrier I Advertising rates unrished on applicatlin. ' ALb cin7to y of the 'rlibne in 2 ,rthern i Me.t~nais suarantesl te.n exeedthattof i.y p p ner ybllishd In the tOerrt tu P.saooers desirlng their addres oh.ed pa sut send tsheir forner address; this s ihold be remembered. Address: Tets .oBLesea COVIANO, ' Lrset Iails. Hentena. D .. aer ..... d. . .... 5, NAO. 85N5. FII1T NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. T E. COLLINS, . . . PresidentY. L. (1. PHELPS . . Vice-President A E DMaOasnN, . . . ashier D L. TA p,.. . Ass'tCashier DIREOTONS: . A. BROIA)WATERI, MARiTIN MAGINNIS, PATIS GIBSON IRA MYERS. AOBIrRT VAUGHN, H. O. HOWLEN, J T. AMINOTOLNS, JOHN LEPLEY. & general bankIng busne, transasterd. lisohange drno on the principal posnte in the States and Enrope. E Prompt attention gian to eol...

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

STHEB TRIP. Invade the Cherekee Country ea on Ileelpt of the News at It Will Ble Opened. That at tesot 90,000 People ow In Pouseeslon of the Promseed Land, lon Iuned Ordering Them he Strip Will Not Be Opened. ia Ct, Ark., MArch 18.-The aie Cherokee strip from this kt sunrise, and all day long of canvas covered prairie rew their lengths into the It is estimated that from points of entrance fully 20, a-o ptrsed the border and i.,mber have staked their latch:.It from Kiowa, Kan., n.. (altrle, I. T. and Hun . ay tl it about 800 boom of these.lloints about noon Capt. Burbanlk in com all force of United States lehoma City, marohed his strip late in the night to of the boomers, having by telegraph. So far as had no effect in retard eat. ea No iHlsdraee. March 18.-The C('tro ated about thid city and started off for slot having heard until e of the paenge o f the Oliahotil bll. were all ready to in the outlet was 1 Oithe settlers. So aol ere.e boosciri t 4peah evn fire c.sld stop 4 eded hope...

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 March 1890

A. NATHAN, The Clothier. 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 yoeumj 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 patent 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 grades from $2 up. large, well-lighted store. We are 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. — 22 March 1890

The I Tribune. SEMII- WIEIEIKLY EDITION VL. INUMBER 105 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY, MARCH 22. 1890, PRIC EN. 5 CENTI Agents i reaf I 0 $0 KNox NAT'S. ee 2knows b thisby hen the Pr , if elected, 1would do every reto proee the .. Has he ful tw confe, that el family have l benefited by the e theand enjoysthe Sowing entirly ted number of ee of the oun hoeupeop e, the a L.e nmows by this ien President, Mr. on the Proteleasure o ion elected, the, would do every- t, to protef o cts the Harhe unul- de Well upe hould the we confees, that the n family have "" benefited by the the and enjoys the cal republ motive an pro is owing entirly 1 ted number of Un y and relatives. *tW the usthatice of its properly pro- dri holdr-ll turnthis w ertl dtheispon- the hour senpeople, the Then and not akeepct peat to reap the th on enemies, the peof offie they r repnblicans put y nwhose republi- uP are unques will uphold the o its every sot- to the motive and Pt the justice of it. tis,not somnch I holders...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 22 March 1890

THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR ~RRIS, - . 'EIHE CLOTHEIER. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PUsDsEnn ^UL ND B1MI-WEETr THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. FINconPonATrD] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mil subseriptions mnust be paid in advance. One1 by mail, $0.000 One yar, by marl,$ .0 Sn monhs," . Biemonths i One moonth ' 1.D00 Threeen' it0 One week, y carrier, 26 Single copy,...... A Iloity ebmeribenr to Daily delivered br carrier Advertising rates trnished on application. T'he NIreulation of the 'ribune in northern M.ntnA is s. nteed to exceed that of ey pan per ublished in the terntuly LteosePbers deEiring their address ehaned must nd their former address; this shoulid be srmembered. Address: TnieuNn PuanLSif O COenPAN, Great alles. Montana. NO. 855,. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $ ,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital. $IOO,OUO. OFFIOERS: T F. COLXN.S, . . . President L. G. PHELPS . . Vice-President A E DonRMA, . . . Cashier D L. TaCor, ... . Asa't Cashier DIRECTORS: 0. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN M...

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 March 1890

SANIA ON FIR. Last ls a Mine Disaster ley, Wis.-Two Bodies r Recovered. the isse Will Reach HInd Thlousands Ihflore the en Are Extinguished. llislen at Lavalle, WIL- Fatally Injured-Many thers lightly. a is., March 81.-At 11:80 e discovered on the third ; shaft at the Germania v arm was given and mees b w were quickly warned of b *llism Banks, Jimmy Thomas and son Joseph rk between the fifth and were cut off befoee they d p to the fourth level and C aft,and thence to the our ed. Hugh Waller,fireman leavhed the eurface, but warn the men, and it is a hed with them. At 10 of James Thomas and I . Origin of the fireis a is very heavy and is asti but it is likely to be before the fire is ex e shaft is caving in a Efforts are being I fire to the west por Sthis may be impes. ia very dry. i 8 COLLIDE. t Leve~le, Wi,.- Thre a ay sOters Hart. ,'Iar~h 21.-A colliesion trains oecurred at La. and Northwestern G ingers were seriously k others slightly hurt,. ere to meet and paas train No. 4 was he...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 22 March 1890

A NATH AN, The Clothier. 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 youn 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 gent for the new patent 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 grades from 6 up.. N large, well-lighted store. We are terribly crowded at present in our small quarters, but i...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
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