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

" " Mont Ii e am Weekly Tribune )LITT~Elrt· YED NUM ME 41. 1'' :-,UM 41. ~GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY JUNE 28, 1890. PRICE FIVE CENTS. .4 n Fr . . . .. . . .. . - . - - . Hoow 1001. ; , lu tl EE I FREE i Severy one of our customern buying worth of gooe. Come in ad get a et ntitling youto one. This work orth $12 and now Is the time to get for nothbing. Mgi hoiisehold should r Stock o~Goobds Is complete In y detail aslOW tpgoassible prices. THE' BOSTon ei 4 Sale! WSHS. EXTRA- -ARE- Sw-0ffeke! We will to day place s3le one hundred d forty-four pairs of ne Hand - Turned d Shoes in D, E d EE lasts, at prices tually less than. cost. These goods,- were ught by us ~t a sac-' ce to the manufae er and will be sold the following pricess 2.68; $3t31 me Early efort the Sizes are Broken. hey cannot be dupli ted at less than 50 ýr cent morse than e chatge you; and it ill pay any lady to Uy at: 16w. two pairs them,~ IHE Andrw Jesen,' ,Proir;: : eadquartlr$ for .tvryaldy. The PFow W i# AR poD 1 k...

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. — 28 June 1890

GHEAT FALLS TRIBUNE Aoru500 nn' 0CC ND Our.'lwaRnL RE THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. 'tht liisonOR0ATKMl govt osa SUBSCRIPTION RATES. o al Mail snseriptile most be apid in advs. that DAILr. sr-WmILY. N mn ,by mail,1 (l.. aoyear, b . wl. l I ake month " .rrier0S I hreel mon ts .te.., we Sit cithsubsoriber to I)aily delivere by carrier war the Advertisaing ratea trnished on sappiatlon. 'hoe clrclation ,f1 the Tribune io nrthern M wureans i grant-, to exceedthatof any ps ape pe ptbishtd in the stats a- e on eoaoeae de'iri,' tlslcr andlr.Oa .heed. Pee mast eend their '.l -,- naddsres;s this uhld be e remembered. af Addresa: Tllut I'Oi55 p t5I5alS OMANt, re 'diet P. l., n. l td.ll a. NO. 8525. IIST NATIO'AL BANKe OF GREAT FALLS. wI ae Authorized Cavital, $ ,oooo,oo. D Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. cal elf OFFIOERS' r E. COLuINS, . . . President gr L. (. PoELPS . . Vice-President trI A E DIOKERMAN, . . . Cashier th D L. TRACY, . . . Aes't Cashier li DIREOTORS: 0A.A. BI)AUWATER, CIIHA. M. WR...

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. — 28 June 1890

GENERAL " W Iostrict Attorney Hay Ilnatrcted to Proeefnte Enitner stoe. CORNELL SEATS PENNSYLVANIA, A Se-ciUlI54 Pla*r*sp Adopted by the Tarath C(aten tie, pespe4t, tU - billg Made to Find the Boiled Miners at Dmnbar. c \YeaSnWorn, J.ue 86,-The attorney this afternoon rderted District Attorney Hay of MalnWapolie to begin at once the proseCutilon r conspiracy to defraud, of the the .tenast enumerators who have been aeoused of making false returns of i tie population of Mlnneapoli. Oeraenl is Vleoriems. New LonDOn, Conn., June S..-The Cornell Unlverstty anew scored a victory today by defeating the university of PennsylvanIa crew by sil lengths, over threlemile cone, in the fast time of 14 I minutes and 46 seoonda. The Pennayl. a vanies time was 15 minutes and 2 seconds. t The fast time Was due largely to the fact I that a strong ebb tide was ronnlng with 1 the crews. The I , however, was very t quiet and uttiltereastng, especially after the first h mile. As the flag was reach ed Corne...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 28 June 1890

OUR GREAT MINERAL WEALTH A G(lane all thisle clrent Mining ilulms Iries Developed Armnssd treat n Fall. THEY ARE FULL OF PROMISE. An Interesting letter From a Cor resinpodent Who Saw Whereof He Afiris. An Intelligent Estimate of the Bright Prol.pets of (Great Falls. GREAT FA.LL.r. loot., June 21.--I nm waiting at the spolert of the Great Northll ern railway for the conductor to shout "all aboard" for the train going to Mon arch, in the "Nejihlrt," "Barker," "Log ging Creek," and "Wolf Creek" mining district in tihe Belt onuntains, some sixty or seventy enilee to the sooth of the greet falls of the' Missouri. I am lo'(king at the mountains with their eumneeei ts white with eternal snow, lend their sidles dressed with perpetonl igreen. Whalt it wonderful change has been wroullght henre in feourteen years! Illutte has comoae into existence, and de veloped into what the world hesq never seen before. Ilelena ias become the city where more gold backs up its business transma tians per eapi...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 2 July 1890

The Semi-Weekly Tribun& V.LUME VII.-NUMBER 44. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY JULY 2, 1890. PRICE FITVE CENTS. Hire We Are Again I Is.e. tW hir u ar: Fw1i !' FEE I FREE I To every one of dr customers buying $95 worh f good Come ln ead get a ticket eegq yoa to one. Thit Cork Is wortt I4 a pow ic the tin. ýet one for n ingB. Elvery houc fsld sbhotild have o0.. Our Stook of uOods 1s complete in every detMal at lowest poselble prices. Rltegpddfally, IE BlS ON. Special Sale! EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS! -ASlS- We will to day plae on salte' ý .i' and forty-four pairs of Fine Hand - Turned Kid Shoes in D, E and EE lasts, at prices actually less than cost. These goods were bought by us at a sac rifice to the manufac turer and will. be sold at the following priges: Come Early Before the Sizes are Broken. They cannot be drupli cated at less than 50 per cent more than we charge you, and it will pay ,any lady to bu.y 4..l at two pairs of them, Azi4ev Jaeen, #rop'r, 1,w 5M THE DOG DAYS HAVE COME...

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. — 2 July 1890

GHEAT FALLS TRIBUNE eUeLINSIa' 7ltL1 AND RII-.WBLY THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. SinconaPuuaro] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail snbesriptieon must be paid In advance. UAILT. S.WU . nosme.bm.mnil, 51001 Onepenerby maiSU . inmenhe, ma.l o I.ieseh 1 tine month " 0 Three. month" IDm eweeek, onarrier. l.ingle copy...... All at, ,ubecrdbern to Daily delivered byl arrie Advertiaeing ratee hi'uishd on applecatlon. l'h eolgtenaeton of the Tribune in northbnm a- utjar is gnarantele t. exceed that of pa eer nnblishrd in the oInto tnu.rln ire deiri:le leilr addre chaned must send their lomer address; this .h l be remembeored. Addesn: Tita.tp I'tBLaIN sio Oenie,A T'ret Falls, Muntana. NO. a525. FII 'T NAKILONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Auithorized Capital, $ ,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital. $I100,000. OFFIOleS, TF. COLLINS, .. . President L. G. PHELPS . . Vice-President A E DICOERMAN, . .. . ashier D L. TnACO, . . . Ass't Cashier OmEOTORB: 0. A. BROADWATER, CHAS. M. WEBSTER. PARIS GIBSON. IRA MYERS. OIBERT VAU...

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. — 2 July 1890

wfi Spectaclet tl)e Oil Refiney at aLokvlle, Ky. :IDE-SPREAD ESTRUSTION CAUSE. even Perton a Ijared by thlMBarning Oll--Sae Pa tally. Calamity Caued by a Barrel of Celde Oil Ftom Cleve. -land, Ohio. Imus1Vtrath, Ky.+ June 80.-FPlve acres of fire was the awful sight witnessed at tie Standard oil refinery at Fifth and C streets this morning. The imoense structure was blasing at every point and t h eat was so intean that even 900 yards away persons were overcome. ROW IT eTAnTeD. The fre broke out at 8:45 m. and was in many respeota a remarkable one. The refinery is o the est side of the Louis ville d Nashville track, butthe ttanks are scattered aldi igt bn both 1des. Last baturday a tank of crude oil name so on a Iot car from Clevelsod, Ohio. The oil was t be tuorned lInt the refinery vats. ou opealg t today-h an instant there was a dull pau, au'the vapor esacped fill ing the air all asundl. The gas being heavier than the air, t sank to the ground opreadlng o t all Over the locality an...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 2 July 1890

WE BEAT __ 3DOOD! In the race for trade. Why is it? Because we are the leaders; because we carry the bes stock in Northern Montana; because we equal values less than any house in Montana;- b( cause we mark our goods in plain figures, have one price for all, and are the only.firm ii Northern Montana that do business on those Fair and Square Principles. A glance at thi stock will convince the most skeptical. Men's and b s' uits. In the line of Clothing we are world-beaters. Remember, we do not claim to sell as low or as good as our competitors-but we claim more. Do you want a cheap suit? Come and look at our lines for $6.00 and $7.50. They are the lj nr man's comforter. DO you want something better--nice, nobby and tasty? We can fix you for $Si or 312 in a manner that will make your month water. Do you want a fine Custom-made Suit without giving up the month's wages that the merchant tailor sharps will work yon for? Then come and see our line at $18, $28, and $25; they are "la-las,,' ...

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

She Semi- Weekly Tri bune, VOLUME VII.-NUMBER 47. .GREAT FALLS,, ;MONTANA, SATURAY I I ULY 5, 1si9. I'II( I: FIVI; (IENI Webster'S 18d8lfilged Ditlion ary Given Away Free. An elegant, stylish and complete line of Silk Japanese Hand kerchiefs in all colors, including blacks, black borders and the latest fad --- crepe borders -- just opened. Come and look at them. NEW ICRfNt We have just receiv d another lot of ele gant goods in this line,. comprising everything that is new and desir able for summer wear Our line of Neckwear is certainly the prettiest in this part of the coun try. HATS ! ATS ! Ah ! " here is where we shine." The larg est and most complete line of Hats of every description to be found in the city at prices heretofore unheard of. Our stock of Shoes is now complete in every detail. Clotng ! Clothing I Everything now in Summer Cloth ing at priees that ought to sell them. Ddn't fall to give us a call when in want of anything in Clothing, Hate, Caps, Gents' Furnishing Goodl...

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. — 5 July 1890

GHE4 FALLS TRIBUNE Tdit '.. fE PYUiNISOI1N COMPANY. IlnuaIoun Ls. i SUBSCRIPTION RAlES. Mati slbsoriptions must be paid in advange. DAIL0. 5apE-w55l5. aoyIa, by mail,IO. 0 e yUa'm ba rmanll, paO i mortse, a 5. 1 months 1.t0 Lanemonth " O1 Three months" 1.0 Ila wek, noy arrier. 8lSinle o opy,...... A lioity subesribers to Daily delivered b oarrier Advertising rates fnrnihbed on apploation. T'he oiraoditison o the Tribone in nrth.er M ,utana isgnaranst.lt as nceed that of ay pa per pabllihes in the shtate asortbes deeirlas their ddran Ohanaed mUrSt send their forter addrer; thisn Suoldbe remembered. Address Tetlrecs PUBLIHINe OOPAnt 'rest alls, Muntana. NO. 3526. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Caoital, $i.ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFIOERW: ( E. COLLINS, . .. President L. C. PHELPS . . Vice-President A E DIEERMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRAcVY . . . Ass't Cashier DOREOTORMS: A. . BOADWATiER, CHAB. M. WEBSTER. PAltI UIBSON. IRA MYERSBB. P.)BERT VAUGHN, H. O. CHOWW...

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. — 5 July 1890

URIE'S EgiiJFtt MolE In a CClcael Peroratile he Speaks of lBenAditoa' Great Qotation rom Wall Steeat of Lead jag gailroad Tfey obroipal d with the General Pro. gtm setthe Country. INDIA~Aotsit, July A.--Senator Turpie concluded bri able oration at the unveil Ing of the tendmrek's monument yester day us fOlltoI: Amon mloderns, not to speak of the very emiaent mat who were hil own countten, or oontomptwriea he resem Vubled Uni b one natale featu b-hun dance of thought, that affluence of Imita tion end uatlon, alside from the immediatet ndet discuaio. Any rending of ti most oasual of his produc tions wil afford a IeaInig, but a care perusal of what was said by him upon the impotent qUtons of i his ime, will not fail t" dislose reahes of profound digression, not to be fathomed without pause, terseMly ptin pasiung to what might beoome elther the motive or the subjeat of future political or legislative action. And when one has followed him to his way through hi discoure. upon re conatrnct...

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

S'WTE DEAT m -'AW B7¶ In the race for trade. Why is it? Because we are the leaders; because we carry the be stock in Northern Montana; because we equal values less than any house in. Montana; I cause we mark our goods in plain figures, have one price for all, and are the only: firm Northern Montana that do business on those Fair and Square Principles. A glance at t stock will convince the most skeptical. Men's and Boys' Suits. , Furnisb i g O s. tiats, t aps aadu es. In the line of Clothing we are world-beaters. REM EM BER. we do not claim to sell as low or as good as our cont4 Everything that is nobby. We show a line o$f, huljaqr un t is easier to ary what we have not than what we haves PFit ear t.Wemaq comes our MI petitors---but we claim more. surpassed by any stock in the state. All t1es yles in all Mat; the laders of the ahion wear them. They are tho pesper hlug b.i4.hyeO wish to . DO YOU WANT a cheap suit ? Come and look at ousr the patterns. Our great hold is our line of dres...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 9 July 1890

m i -Weleky nTribune. VOL ~ 49. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY JULY 9, 1800. 1'ICE FIVE CENTS. a I Silk J7 se 4 : i Skerch l lors fad - cre orders .. and look a thein. Silk se includinig blacks;, blak borders mod: thc:.,lateest fad crepe borders - just opened: Come and look at them. We have just rteeiv ed nroterJ4ot ofdf gant goods in this ia, comprising :.;veJeg that i,,ew . a del., desl r able for, summer wear Our ine4 1ewa is certainly, theprett.eat in this pt-.ofe !oun; try, ilATS :A S Abh I,° «a {, ere we shine," We b est ain" mo$st ,mt line 9Ifats .of -t ry description, to- be f0n4 in the city at prices heretofbre uneao d Ofý Our tk .(.a Shoes is Row cone in vevy .l. 41 pop ! ? .1. A~x~W.*'R~P~V· IR8BLE * HBMLST Il ia - ad Germany Showing Considerable Friendi th ehip for the Turkish Govern- d meat. rec NO "OUTINGS" FOR THE MIIISTERS. th the The German Emperor will try to for Help Turkey out of her the DIiculties. - ale Bulgarila Refuses to pay Tribute to th the Porte-A 8weedi...

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. — 9 July 1890

GH~AT FALLS TRIBUNE "u 1t11 en, - us aN eraS -waaLst 'IdE TIIBUNE PUBLISHING COE PANY. t'lucoaro ur J aul MUbSCRIPfION RAlES. Matl slucriptluat a.ut he paid in adVauue. uel.er I em-alt.. ** lys.le r by nail, $l..t1 One year, by mail, I.UL I2 monrths, " .W i months I Ine week. oeyorrier. Y 1Mluntseopy. .... Alleity lbseeiher to Dally delivered by arries Adverti ing ratea Ptrnished on aplpteoan. T.he sihulation ,the 1 t'hrelme i, neethern Sutwhoean e i inaarteed t. eseed thtof oty pa, per pabltshed in the state .en.er.eet iesirlng their adde ekundet mst ~ nd their lurer addres; thi shoni b t DEemOa T e. Addrea. Ttletpe PLneiensno CourrAS, 'tret aOlsn, MOutena. NO. 8525. NIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $l,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital. $100.000 OFFIOERIIS r UOLLINS, . . . Presitieut L. G. PHEmLPS . . Vie-Preeslitnt AE DICeE.nthAN . ... C.blit.r D L. TRAC, . . . An't Cashier DIEOTORSI: 0. A. tROADWATER, CIHA. M. WEBSTItI. PARIB GIBON. IRA KYERS rOBERT VAUGHN, H. O. o ...

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. — 9 July 1890

FARGO ~ A CLDI The People Heror Strieken by the eqipest a.6 Light. ,slfg. A PASSEIAOR TRAIN DERAID.O, Many Basiness Blocks Ultooted Iy the ty@,e-The Town in Darktsem, Sevetn Childr Crushed to Death @jt Mooter Not Expected to Livo-Wila Reports. Sw. PAtU., July 7.-The Wahpeton, N. D, caretpondent of the Pioneer Press teteglgpbs that paper as followl: & strsglht wind from the northwest struck Fargo at 2:00 a. m.' Great damage was done the clty. The electric light towers were blown dowli, whole block unroofed. Yeraae' wigwags, McGill. & jUo.'s warehouwe, the opera house. the Itepubli can of0i6, the Keeney block, the battle meet on the bank of North Dakota, the Chapin block, the Exchange hotel, the Continental block and the Great North ern freight house were all unroofed. The Milwaulke depot was blown down. Dozens of mall houses were razed and almost every plate glass window on Front street and Broadway was broken. The Jay dook hotel and Grand Pacific hotel at aaonhead were unroo...

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

SPORT THAT WAS ENJOYED, The Northi Montann Fair Association Begins Well. SEVEN WELL CONTESTED RACES. Excellent Arrangemente-Perfect Fair Play -No Jockeying Tolerated. Veteran Sportsmen Were There in aIrge Numlers--Pools 8old Readily. Everyone was well pleased with the races held yesterday under the auspices of the North Montana Fair Association. The track wars it fair condition, consider. Ing the hot weather. The general ar rangements were excellent. Messrs. John Siiiclair ind G. W. Pence were judges. Bill Willisams was starter. Mr. Baldwin, who is gRodHI nthority oil ll that concerns American turf rules, assist ed in the general management. tlHe ald Messrs. t('lll(oil ilnd (hurhill kept recordl ol the rite. Amosg the miltny people present were Meears. A. Hlalmiltol, ('arakaddon, Peep er, Burnes, Vaughn, Todd, Pence, Dick in son, Fairfield, Harris, lienner, Budding ton, Iolherts, Sam Smith, T E Collins, Ellis, Stanton, Collett, Laedgerwood, Paris Gibson, Jerry Collins, II O Chowen, ...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 12 July 1890

kl I rbune, he Semi-We kly Tribune. rOLf LP VII-Nt $ 852. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, V URDAY .TULY 12, 1890. PIICE FIVEi CENTS. .... .I-- _,' . -. ; -:. : ; . ebstg 8 unarrIgUp Dielom. irky BlVn Awy Free. An elegant, stylish, and complete I~ re of Silk Japanese Hand kerchiefs in all, colors, including-blacks, black borders and the latest fad -- crepe borders- Lust o;pened. Come nddl.ook at them. We have just receiv ed another let of ele gant geoodsin this, line, comprsing eveything that is new and desir. able for summer wear Our line of Neckwear is certainly the prettiest in this part of the coun-' try. HATS ! Ah ! " here is where we shine." The larg est and niost complete line of Hats of every descriptin to be found in the oty at pipres' heretofore unheard of. Our stock of Shoes is n ow complete in ' i s everfi J. ldta I W R-oo TiE4 TERRIBLE TRAGEDY IN CHICAGO, A (rzay Geomaln Crpenter Shoots li Wife Thc;ghll the Head. THE SON AVENGES HIS MOTHER. Wyomnlag Planged Into Suspense by Presid...

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. — 12 July 1890

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE POIBERLISEr 7LI AND SEaI-.WULI THE TBIIIUNE PUBIISRIHN COMPANI. ImOanPOATZWDI SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail suboriptions most be aid in adm.. VALS. e.W5 ,Lo. no"By. by mail, SOY One yaw by nal, s ,0t ix month'," 1. .16 monra.' 1.50 bewa' o i.mr ' b.l. es ' "e •wek, ayr5aS, % Bingleoopy ...... 4 citr bsbri.e t Da1ly dUliverd by arrier Sdartis.nl ratis I ,rriisd on ppioatilon. Th cirs.latlon of tLe ltlbune in nort.hs " lM s.6 ýarateed tI eoeed that of Iy pa tr unbliihed In the state o o. ooaanbeOa desiring their d ohadud . astsand thir formor addres; this faldbe rmembered. Addms: T snlsau. PiMLleS3G OoUlI, lsaet F1o. liounamsa. NO. 8526. ?IlST NATIONAL BANK :OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, Si,.ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,0(X) OFFICERSB r S COLLINs, . . . President L. G. Panes . . Vice-President A E DIKERMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TaCsy, . . . Aes't Cashier ODREOTORS: 0. A. BROADWATER, CHAR. M. WPEBTER. PARIS GIBBON, IRA MYERB. ROBERT9 VAUGHN, H. . OHOWXN, IT. ARMING...

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. — 12 July 1890

liver Ad'VUI is4 te 1New' York Market-It e Toeehed ALAMITY 11N FORT BE FRAE, QUEBE.. op, Repcts From the Northwest DI isO Oomker bly. it W l Vahlsigton Crowned With Snow-The New Pythian Chancellor. iliver take a Jump. NEW YOua, July 10.-Bar silver $1.0. pamlty la nads Quyass, July 10.-The town Fort de rance, Iselad of Martin, Quebec, has een burned. More than 5,000 people re homeloe and without food. Twelve bodies have been eenovered. lone is 8.00,000. oorawhed With wnno. Borsox, July 10.-Mount Washlngton Swhite with anow. supreme Ohaeellor. MhLWAU Is,July 10.-reorge B. Shaw at Claire, Wis., has been elected so rome chancellor of the Pythlan supreme odge. A new Appotemenmt. Cnlcnoo, Jurl i..-'hae. A. Btone has en appot,.t' aspotor of customs here. A 1Ms ILMeat. Naw Youa, Jlly 10.-The Clothing anufacturers' Ausclaktion will retalliate or the boycott amu810,000 persons will be rown out of work. JBnes.r On..e. IwootITeN oI, III., July 10.-Owen ott, editor of the Bloominigton Bulletin a...

Publication Title: Semi-Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The semi-weekly tribune. — 12 July 1890

THE CITY COUNCIL ASSEMBLES Turk & Huelater Awarded the Con tract for Excavating Lateral Sewers. BIDS SOUGHT FOR THE SEWER PIPE. A Ihunken 3lan RBdly Bruised by a Lomomntive Yester day. School Teachers Appointed for the C(oming Year-Good Crop Re. mprts Coming in. The city council met in special session Tuesday night to consider bids for sewer work. Mayor Dlickrman and Aldermen Nathan, Bridges. Webster and Rowen were present. The committee appointed to examine bids reported in favor of the bid for ex cavating and pipe-laying submitted by Tuck & Huelsted and they were accord ingly awarded the contract. The bid for pipe submitted by the Montana Cement & Tile Co., was found to be 25 to 80 per cent higher than the pipe can be bought in other cities and the bid was rejected. The city engineer recommended that vitrified pipe he used instead of cement pipe. After discussing the subject the coun ell authorized the mayor and clerk to ad vertise for bids for pipe for lateral sewer' ...

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