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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 26 March 1890

The Tribune. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. SVI,. NUMBER 108 GIREAT FALLS. MONTANA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26, 1890. PRICE. 5 CENTS S . . - UNITED DEMOCRAT/. I - ....... .. . . REAT TOM AT IAnn * Agfrts II Gr6af the KR#X INT'S. tJ 81 I C ii b Ii HEAD. r of losing his o ag" times, whenav i arri9'e daily I I he east and weste a to buy real a ng oity of the a build the im- a 1 lack Eagle tall s, ta smelter, eta.It come to see the B of bargains in shoeg, eta at the al needless to say of men get the a' bith it invest wlkiage (thfaiare are sold ate10. I suits are sold at one can question hi a man who buys a ven if he does not m much can not be w those elegant, im- 1 n uteaway, tailor hih we are now e are made up gs, thorough raghout with respect made as k #ilor could make oap department is afine silk tileto th $. We have now ag line of Knox's an hats, these hats are kc known to need any l tion on our part, T .or a stir hat when w same thing right he the same price and w: at we can supply su 3 ever partic...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 26 March 1890

THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR I.A.RRIS, - T HIEH CLOTI-EIE ,. ID7?AT V A1 7 70F lT1)fTITI n7T7 rAr7VAr nrI rmI G.EAT FALLS TRIBUNE PVOLSSSSP MILI AND SUN-WZTL THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, IOaOBaPoaAT.D] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. .ail slbecriptionj mset be paid in advance. NO. y852 , b 5 BBLI. Onerien Cby ail,$l.00 One yer,0 by mail, j.0 T montse, . . Si monthes 1.50 e . month' " 1 0 Thr. e mone " 1. ne week, oyerrierE, Sinle op....... I A L lity beoriber, to Dallydelivered by carrier Advertiing ratee furnished on application. The oirclastion of the Tribune in northern M nt.na is gue.anteed tr, exceedthat of c pa. per pnbliehe in the terrturr n neriners deiring their addreee changed moat need their former address; thins thold be remembered. Address: Tnrned Peensmuee CoeAzer, (frnt Falls, Munana. NO. 8525. 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 DIOEMAN, . . . Cashi...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 26 March 1890

I LYNClRIRS Pound Riddled With 4 Another lIInus Head. I Al; ro Fiend Strung Up, at the leene is Crime. neers Cleared Up by Aemalns at Plerre ro Massacred. , March A.--The negro laboters were near Bloton, Bibb the bodiee were rid and the head of the 0 ered from the body e quest was held, but it to learn how the ne death. MAS:ACRED. s nuearthed by Ea Pen., S. aD. h 2b.-Whale ex ce on Capitol bluff discovered the beings. Appear- a the bodies had been covered with rock m the formation were unmistsk. a a woman. The a atahe had been e and bullet holes ti an wsee ano an edin the breast a been a fight. o the party could i er medallion e of Henry reverse an in- B for bravery at a Joseph Reed,. a nokskin Joe, and to ascouts in this n .tedellon and to Hdckendse. He the time when with a scouting a, f atthetime i , the war path. ,e and it wa is that the whole a by the red b skeletons on- a y' thoe of Mao c d, the woman e.h n. March 25. wss hanged tor attempting to ti. He met his rc feet of a sit...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 26 March 1890

This Space is Reserved for A. Nathan's -:- Special -:- Announcemen ASSURED .GROWTH. VARIOUS AND STRONG OPINIONS TO THAT EFFECT. Coal, Water Power, Railroads, Minerals. Agriculture, Manufactorles, All Unte nto Guarantee the Rap id Development of Great Falls. A TIntLo;E reporter addressed the question, "why will Great Folls grow rapidly?" to a number of our citizens to dlay, and below we submit some of the unanswerable replies: PAnRs Gruson--Great Falls will grow t rapidly because it has the material, more I than any other inland city of the west, to give employment to men. Noothertown in the United States has as large and available water power as Great Falls, with extensive fields of excellent coal ad- I jacent to it, and all surrounded by ranges of mountains containing gold, silver, iron 1 and lead ores. No unprejudiced man, familiar with Great Falls and its sur roundings, can resist the conclusion that a it is located in the midst of unusual re- q sources for maintaining large indu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 29 March 1890

The HE Tribune. SIEIMI-WEEK LY .EDITION. VI, NUMBER 111 GREAT FALLS, MONTAN.. SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1890. PRICE, 5 CENTS EIOM1tS. TALOONS! TROUSERSI PANTS! Sjust openedI as well as t line of medium ngle pants t to the show you of import n new and s at from .50, you ked at. are just every-day e enough SWaranted d are the out. We them yev g upon a of them. d to miss in and Our line rted worst complete. and prices. LSTSr Pri oods are , conpris celebrated 90 os. elegant Z imported , drass, sa - 0 eajama silk " made with uy improve- I, anmne our d flannel i we warrant ink when t es to match p .d summer r now in and " very fast. , ant line of 1" e ings in im-. apanese silk r iefs, includ black, e of one-half complete in il, we can t a black sock ? not stain or e spectfully L First Natiooal Bak i If IRISH LAND PURCHASI A The Measure in Parliament More in Highly Approved by Landlord m Than by Tenant. & queen Vie. on a Vacation to Alx-La. W Banes - Wales and the th Kaiser Dined. Is Boulang...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 29 March 1890

THIS SPACE IS RESERVED FOR HARIS, - . TI-E CLOTHIER. GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE ePULSHEP -CULT AND eanI-WenOLY TiE TRIBUNllE PUBLISHING COMPANY, t SUBSCRIPTION RATES. M.il anubsriptions must be paid in advance. I1 1AILT. 8ean.WnmLT. Oueycar by' mail, =10.00 One rear, by maili. {6 . x monhs, 5.00 ix monthe .0 tnee month 1.00 Three months" t.00 ineweeklcnareri .hloopy....... i A I Lty eubecrihber to Daily delivered by carrier Advertising rate furnished on appliceation. LThe clenatiton of the Tribune in r ortcern Ii I tatana is uaranteed tr, exeedthat of apy pa- c per publtlhed in the terrmtu aoeoroers deisring their addres chaned a mest send their former addres; this houald be remembered. I Addre.: Tsarnad PouIJsanNe COMraS, d '5ret Falls, i ontena. NO. a826. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $00,000 OFFIOER8: T E. CobLLINS, . . President ti L. G. PHELPS . . Vice-President a A E DOI.RMAN, . . . Cashier ii D L. TRACo , . . . Ass't Cashier cI ...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 29 March 1890

Agrlenitrsal Implement 11 Ble stabllled at a ai ate,Va. a f Work to $00 Men uand hinery for 4,000,000 *rangers. I Diseoulne Ways and elleving Mortgager na Meber. , March .-2lej. *'Jaob Wi.ler and ting the Farmer' P tited States, have con- d the alliance agrioul- a Iron Gate, Allegheny The works will em 600 hands, and their T to every subearibing country, representing ION IN KANSAS. n Onnaserlna the Ad Demandhn One. f Maroh 28.-The statete ty presidents of the bi allianoe has convened w '40 counties out of w The sessions are h to keep seoret the fl no.pi. matter be a whether a de c.e on Oovernor ra sesion of the to pas a stay tENMloNS of or Advises Carlng It V. erm Plrst. li arch S,--The re. hi u ssell Algar by to w,WU attended by A over ~0;,00 other spent in the fore reception on the the 'afternoon at tt epoke to the old ac Squeation. After in on bills he fhtans it was t dependent pension al de pensions. m HE AMEIROAN. w1 . ea vend.t 1Bettleers .ab. ! 88.-A speotllto bus, Ohio. says...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 29 March 1890

This Space is Reserved for A. Nathan's -:- Special -:- Arnnouncomentj THE MISSOUHI DAM IIEGUN. Orders Received to Proceed at Once With the Work. The Tnotcom has the satisfaction to announce that all delay in beginning work on the dam is at an end. Mr. McNeil hrs received orders to go ahead with the work. Wednesday he for warded lumber to the grounds and will proceed with the work until the great un dertaking is completed. Mr. McNeil was connected with the construction of the stone arch bridge on which Great Northern trains enter Min neapolls. The work is admired by engi neers the world over, and is a guarantee that he will master all difficulties con nected with the dam here. The decision is final to leave the build ing of the dam in the hands of the Town site company, with Mr. McNeil as general superintendent. Some delay was caused by a proposal which a strong firm of contractors made to undertake the work, but the company came to the conclusion that the dam can be built best in th...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 2 April 1890

The Tribune. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. NUMBER 114 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2, 1890. PRICE. 5 CENTS l I Brsat oo a LOOES! . USERSI or tA =!NTS re a s . t opened well as aid line of medium le pants N, to the ow -you OW OU A" import-, iew and at from 05, you edat. are just ery-day enough aranted are the t. We emvery upon a them. to miss in and ur line worst omplete. Sof d prices. I~Tr ? Tbe wil if are " :id. compris- A lebrated elegant n imported No s, sa-Nu ma silk : re aade with ', IHae uprove- !g npee outr flannel ' warrant , k when . L to match ha summer o in and ' Ffast. line of a. t gs in im nese silk includ- * k. One-half plete in we czattf lack sock EWAstain or lyre ctfufl 1in lm? W B 0 * DiG BUIhVING BOOM. s' Important Enterprises in Progress at Great Falls and Its Vicinity. Railroads, Stores, Residences, and G Other Improvements Started 1F Recently. a The Boston & Montana Smelter and a and the Great Missouri Dam are to be Followed by Other Ex- 1 tensive Projects....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 2 April 1890

OR T I.NNO E.CE.T I We wish to say to the people of Great Falls and vicinity that our New Spring Stock is now in and comprises the Latest Novelties in Suitings, such as Black and Blue Flannels, Gray, Blue and Black Serges,' AND THE LATEST OW ALL, THE Black Striped Serges in both Sack and Frock Suits---Our Fancy Suitings are from the Finest Eastern TailorsI And are equal to CUSTOM WORK. In FURNISHING GOODS we are showing the largest and finest line of SILK and NEGLIGEE SHIRTS to be found in the country. ,We will keep continually adding to our stock and by so doing will always have new and fresh goods. REMEMBER WE ARE THE LEADERS IN STYLES. Stone Block, Central Avenue, - - - - - - - - - Great Falls, Mont, GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE UBVsLIEP 'tin AND Bea-I.wSKLI THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. , Iaoo·onOarTon] 3 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail asubsriptions must be paid in advance. DAILY. e -.WU TKL Y Oae by manll,$10o O eyer b mal, f. i pis months, " 5.(0 Six months. 1.10 nemonth " 1.00 Three month...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 2 April 1890

LRVYBRS, f* oase of Berious Ippi Embank. its. n His Flooded the atry from Five to Feet. phis "Melting Like Near Green. St Heleas 1.-Thursday two breaks in tingon. It i re is over 400 feet It is discharg Sume of water and for miles. The is from five to and the water ~* Arkaneus side of a house that is not flood is four feet The St. Louis, Southern ralroad and Trippe is have been aban division. people have been the high lands. A d below Enlow trying to repair I feared that thele and that or, H RIVrn. a anrd i Point _1.-Reports nship, Posey ver, state that killed and in of obtaining at section. tio Volley rail- I hi o'ulok lat I ackford and than fifty their found& thirty lives I her two ehil- a be learned. I fifteen miles a being carried a destrucltiveo "M asb. 1.-The I. like mush. near Green posits side in er is reported hta fieruce lashing the the water levees. All I lions here oting help I elose. 1. - Word I thetowboat thes cyclone fifteen miles was lost, in two produce were los...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 2 April 1890

This Space is Reserved for A. Nathan's -:- Special -:- .Announcerment. READY FOR TllHE FRAY. The Montana Senatorial Conot a Will be Renewed This Week. This Time The Battle Will be Waged In the United States Senate Chamber. Senator Vest Will Tell Some Home Truths to the Senators-Hoar Will Defend His Partisan Report. WAsuINGTON, March 31.-The Montana senatorial contest will come off before the senate this week and will cause a lively fight. Both sides are ready for the fray, and there will be a battle such as has not been waged in many months. Senator Vest has large interests in Montana and also a large number of former democratic constituents, and he intends to vindicate them and show up the republican meth ods in Montana, while Senator Hoar will defend the report of the majority of the committee. THE GREAT LOUISVILLE CALAMITY. Further Details of the Dentructive Cy clone-No Warnlng Given. Louosvoi.wa, Ky., March 81.-Is is estimated that over 2,600 houses were detroyed in the cyclone ...

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

The Tribune. SEM'-WEEKLY EbITION. MI, NUMBER 117 (GREAT FALLS. MONTANA. SATURDAY, APRIL 5. 1890. PRICE. 5 CENTS 1 ...... _....,, ! ... .. ....... . ..R . .. D,, Dr B DONE? goods on hand have been cost, they i into the .at he ofers uying. What y this-his He is lae of mer pup with the the old Goa. t he has been years back of the new "pattern, but toindorse his he styles he wear. his mistake, he eetly and sad rder to sell his us study the keep post I fashion h goods as are ebeap, and at to his part iswlifitting and suite in import. are meet- I a.Gace,. Men e toe same Saa convincing ." have on stomer 4l nm, r grSY. Those is " wool peaei. beya neat ad, p f is noaooo a. old one sany us9+ ait we PoR a.er e. rd mbs tw~L:·'win a- eons.l I~ ý1 Uje Q bOW AlJ'I~ Jensen, P'rp'r, U ; i a SUSAN B. SAYS 80. The Anelent Exponent of Womnaa Rlghts Expects to Conquer the Dakotan. The louth State. She Says, Will Lead the Van, Then the North Will Follow. Then Washington Will Pall Into Line and, Ultmately...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 5 April 1890

OTTUR 1A.NNOUT..7NO" 0 d" NT. t 0m We wish to say to the people of Great Falls and vicinity that our New Spring Stock is now in and comprises the Latest Novelties in Suitings, such as Black and Blue Flannels, :ray, Blue and bla. k Serg AND THE LATIaST OF' .ALL, TEl Black Striped Serges in both Sack and Frock Suits---Our Fancy Suitings are from the Finest Eastern Tail1 And are equal to CUSTOM WORK. In FURNISHING GOODS we are showing the largest and finest line of SILK and NEGLIGEE SHIRTS to be found in the counntry. We will keep continually adding to our stock and by so doing will lways have new and fresh goods. REBaaBER WE ARE THE LEADERS IN STLus. Stone Block, Central Avenue, -- .I -.-. reat .Talls, , Stone Block, Central Avenue, - - - - - - - - - Great Falls, 1o: GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PUNLItsID 'ILY AND mNI-WanELr TdE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPAIY. IIrNoaRonOATo] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. I Mail lubcriptions mast be paid in advance. A oliitr ubsorlbers to Daly delivered by carrier d Advertsf...

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

ae pie- hIe iianrs bart. ed. Brtied Alive by Their -All Dead When AN larait of a boiler 1 eta- n No. 4 shaft, 'oon seven men had t rilfadl'burned and are four other men d it is believed they ted. The names of the be learned. BMSBLVN ALiVE. *tU'mar a ameau .pril 4.-mlonday at &.1, dhe three Atgoeed 15, 18 and bank at the Peate river bridge, (tddog-a ove in the a.rm and huod. 1 -the eand ood e e. take faor he.utt, $TALITIEt. e at Hatet... i. t mllof ,ittLn place eas b i proprietor end e ine permon of t"e woherenre SMr. IIHI ing we actory was liter. lp luaWb nmchin. nhe cause of the to have been low IAPPEARED. teewes .om the pack.ge contain. at'olltc dnot be I f ad the expnreee In thin oetyedo e.othe expre om d-for ithe mount -the e *z". In Art~a. E;min Bay hga I Iksamnn's pro- I Servi, in 1, pond. p.l dýonudhis -. under the command Vtotorin-Nyanra. with strong dl. e In Or~n. prit 4.-lwing to &Rllooad comr Jabe 10 pler on the road 'and thincty have a. WIulfa.. I Jul.. Simon, th...

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

This Space is Reserved for A. Nathan's :- Special -:- "nnouncement TRAGEDY IN HELENA. A CHINESE JACK THE RIPPER KILLS A COLORED WOMAN AND RUNS AWAY. No Motive Aseribedl for tile Atrocious Deed-The Mongolian May Not be Identlied--Thirty Cliinese are n the Cabooms. HELENA, April 3.--[pecialai to the TRIltNE.1-About six o'clock this morn ing a colored woman of the demi-monde was found dead on Clore street. The body was horribly mutilated with knife wounds. There is considerable mystery attached to the case. A Chinaman was the last seen to leave the woman's house running at full speed up the street and I disappearing into a Chinese house. The police in pursuit failed to obtain any in formation as to the identity of the man and arrested all the inmates numbering over thirty. An inquest and hearing will 1 be held this afternoon. CITY BUSINESS TRANSACTED. A Neal Ordllnance Red-Provlleon Made for Tree Planting. Acting Mayor Webster presided over t the aldermen Tuesday evening. Treasurer Rin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 9 April 1890

The Tribune. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VI. NUMBER 120 GREAT FALLS. MONTANA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1890. PRICE,. 5 CENTS I T 1 Tirnnr ri n itt 7T m11 I lead. This is a comnsarativelv new dis- I - - A. E. DICKERIIA* FOR MAV DON ? on hand have been oost, they ing into the hat he offers ying. What y this-his oned Heis a of mer. up with the the old cos he has been years back of the new ttern, but indorse his e styles he wear. mistake, he tly and sad r to sell his of t study the keep post g fashion Igoods as are cheap, and at to his part ell.-ftting and tit in import- Of os are meet d, inwceas Men a tlsem have in to advised their co get the ame i a "coniing,3 to M We lhe.. e 1.p Ps e cis ýp cl i il" i oodse lete in every at IEt t new-styled atd I$ Shirt to the andkerohldte, that are 0. g a great tC tely. Those v, wool Cassl. . n appreciated, i, ya neet and ere pants for is is io occa. e old ones any p Ftiaent we can apiythng in the me nt line of the hats, including . very style dige a o0m.l 's s...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 9 April 1890

OUT.R .A.~TOUT.NOMEIP3TrST I We wish to say to the people of Great Falls and vicinity that our New Spring Stock is now in and comprises the Latest Novelties in Suitings, such as Black and Blue Flannels, Gray, Blue and black Serges, AND THE LATEST OF -ALL, THE Black Striped Serges in both Sack and Frock Suits---Our Fancy Suitings are from the Finest Eastern Tailors And are equal to CUSTOM WORK. In FURNISHING GOODS we are showing the largest and finest line of SILK and NEGLIGEE SHIRTS to be found in the country. We will keep continually adding to our stock and by so doing will lways have new and fresh goods. REMEMBER WE ARE THE LEADERS IN. STYLES. StEonEeBc, nA.r eS, -- T -- OGOTe Fal t, Stone Block, Central Avenue, - - - - - - - - - Great Falls, Mont, - , ---.--- _-. _ --,,-T.,, -e ! . ..-," . Iaeu' '.F u iJ . %mL.Fz... m y. -! GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PO5LITIUV -ILT AND URMI-WUEL? THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY, IImOOaPn.lu m] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mall aubscrlptions munt be paid in advano...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 9 April 1890

IN 11ENA ! II he ro aln A tel M co tel y Eleet the May- fo he Six Alder- he mtim 111011. nd am Douglae are mh up Ralt liver Speedily. TI th Trusty and True, to Olty Tr aenrer- atl SCarries ry Ward. h. pr all After a pirted con- l ned the demneratic 'The Helena dernoc eity, electing the Pt J and six out lf the thnnderstruch at til They supposed at n flou times a Fti and hod all the tra loafers of upper pt e, wo.ld have rated favorite phrase. Buat I itecame evident w fi beat card early in H miath fortheyoung La tof Trade. tia gloomd w ed oln w .t were not unfurled R of eagle and roost Li thd. Theblatant advo- A af ratd were alent, of turn would come next . are surprising to all L and Fraud. Donald N that down. Ben Folk ter cIty treasurer 1;401 8W1 for Sat Douglas. w Was 104. Good enonghl ) 4lt the republlcana have D E.. He polled 1.68 for Olenment. a puhllcans elected five hidermen; this year they of eight. ns are striking. In uller had a majority of y S.dt year Full r wo o end 8Sm Do...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 9 April 1890

4, . .,,.,,. .,. .,,. Y .,', 'k , ,, i,. ,.,, ,,+ :i 'ý .4 . . . j . , ", }ý . . ¥ 5. w" " Y!.ii '`w r.ah! t", _ ': I· : i ~ ~ ;·i· :i14, ~ lickg~, am 3 smar naba44YU cnmwair. y Emter tuasD Oeleboabbd With Mush fmelagtebW adtata ePlaner m charebt Su.ndey we an eventful. 4vy i. the Prlsbyteflaus ohurch. Althoiughl thel ladies weufa ewhat exhartuted ', i exertopg ~ fig the' late felt anud et wa no d t decorsaive dllpilt, yet the. tt at the morning s.rvice as was largi id the inte~ e t ell isutatned. hi Tle Rev. Joan-Reid et6k for hlis lbett, Col 81 "if. ge Utenii ritenwltt.idW sak tbcheqhings which aee 'abye"' of hntrfle telotia a meetlng a`t the th a tehar h on i1ai bold, awt s i9seven Were reirved by' letter from ther churches and: 4 .maede cotedufesa of faith, making a tOda l of .l addition to the bership' The comminoo wa th n adinat...,o tosa 1 me to tb.:. e who were ta oi tuo na kustngsd.sp~eneit thef1o hddid1Stutbo cr ere d aleal d, via: ev11..s. L. as Connor han edri ; o aot as...

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