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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 29 September 1893

D PRICE'S only Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.-No Ammonia; No Alum. in Millions of Homes--.A Vears the Standard. RAY OF THE FALLS. I RoM iFtEDAY - Pail.Y. J. Barker of Neihart is in the f (). Parsons returned Sunday e. B. Hunt returned yesterday 1 It to Minneapolis. y george Taylor has returned teau where he had legal buel I eve Raleigh returned yesterday east where she has been pur all goods. A. Leargent has brought suit Nelson Broe. to recover $I14t.17 attorney's fees. unzler, prescriotion clerk at lan returned Sunday after enjoying ks at the world's fair. Cooney, an official in the land ent of the Northern Paclic, was he arrivals at the Park yester. the west. Miles, II. McD. Spencer and J. fran all insurance men from ncisco, arrived from the went y and are at the Park hotel. J. Ingles, a clerk in the general of the Great Northern, is here t. Paul to testify in an action t by the railroad in this court. Smith, for several years clerk at Iwaukee house, has accepted a in the Royal mill...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 29 September 1893

NEWS FROM UPPER BELT Cascade County Sustains Its Reputa tion as the Best Agricultural County in the State. No Thinks a Tribune Correspnmlent- Fishing and Hunting in Abundance. L'ir.;a l[it-ri, Sent. l:g.--(Special to the THuIuCS.J-Amid the seemingly end less chain of misfortunes that has fallen to Montaniane, including the wet spring, the silver panic and the severe drouth which threatened to ruin the crops en tirely, ending at last with almnost con tinual rain for ten days., just wlihen tI,.t of the grain iH in the shocks and ~e i ied dry weather. It is a imatter of ni ll all imporltanc,- to be toldl by tlho.ls who have tben tlhrugh the state that Cascadle county leass int harvest returns anti is sustaining its reputation as the first agri cultural county ir this trat state. I;ran is fairly gud Itall through thi. setrtin. urad would Ii, ctnilh-et ed a vIery h!avy crop ;try where east of the Missi tsippi. \h -eat hal its yet sustainedt no htiti.goi fruit tii rtecitnt rains. I la er ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 29 September 1893

the method and result when p of Figs is taken; it is pleasant refreshing to the taste, and acts yet promptly on the Kidneys, and Bowel cleanses the sys etually, dispel colds, head and fevers and cures habitual tion. Syrup of Figs is the medy of its kind ever pro pleasing to the taste and ao le to the stomach, prompt In tion and truly beneficial in its prepared only from the most y and agreeable substances, its excellent qualities commend it and have made it the most ar remedy known. p of Figs is for sale in 50c *1 bottles br all leadiun drug Any reliable druggist who not have it on hand will pro it promptly for any one who to try it. I)o not accept any tute. IFORNIA FI SYRUP CO. SAN IRANCISCO, CAL. ISVILLE, K. NEW YORK. f.Y. To Pacific Coast Points gHEN ." ST. PAUL " u-g AY MINNEAPOLIS Inl" and the East and dernartnre of trains at (froat IFell from the seat arrives........... 2. 1) pn to eastdepart ........... . .0 p m for IlelAns and Butte delnrts.. 1:110 i m from Helena and Butte ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 29 September 1893

THE SCHOOL BOARD A Very Short Session Ended In Reg ular Serio-Comic Style by Trustee Kellison. The Teachera Are to lie Paid In Warrants of a Small De nomnlllation. There was a short session of the school board last evening which was terminated by Mr. Killison in a serio-comic fashion. Promptly at 7::3) Chairman Ilanks called the board together, but as no quorum was present (one member lack ing) he ad;ourned the meeting. Mr., Hanks had scarcely left the building when Mrs. Iadd put in an appearance. Still there ias one member bhort, anal i 'Ir. Haban tolunteered to round up an aIsentee. It was not long until MII Wright was secure d and the meeting. was called tt order. with Mr. Wright in the chair and TIu'stes Kelhson. Cooper. at! Mrs.u Laidd present. The niinuttl.s of th,' pr\ 'nolur !meetin; were read andt after sumle slight c rro tiuos were aplilr,'.e " ie tuestion of I.yig.lL' the teachers in !ractitonal wtiarrati wits taken op. It w;as decidel to pay the teachers iff in warrants ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 6 October 1893

Mont Historical soeletI FNE WATCH REPAIRING, W. E. CHAMBERLAIN DIANEOWD REIRINO , WATCHKi, : : DIAMO* n JZWILRY MANUFACTURINTO IArlU E IO NILVEHWARHF, T MWEE:KI TRIBUNE. 24 AT • iv|,. JRW3eLKP . if. U. CHAMIB RLA1N'U L4 t' etnt Ave VOLUME XIIT. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRTI)AY MORNING, OCTOBE() i , 189.J. NUMBER 112 THE H. P ROBBERS Engaged in Battle Near M311lvle Station on the Saummit of the Rockies. Tlhe Indian Pollce Weakened Other Wise the Ilighwaymen Would Have Been TakIen. Itlls.nr:, Oct. 1.--United States Mar shal Jackson came into this station last right bringing news of his tight with the train robbers who held up anti robbed the Northern Pacilic train at leed's Point. near Livinistott. on Aug. ". .laikson trniled the metn from hLiingelt i.. locating htlll w l'tn reacnhing the Blactk foot Indian agency yesterday. Two In dian scouts went ani It lotated the rob hers, four in nut.lber. t)about two utilel from this place. It putiy .lanvihsonri then sent out to the agency :nd Ugt ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 6 October 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FHIDAT. OUCTEOBR, 6. IMs. TEtitiTOHEiK AND BTATEH0OOD. One of the most important question to come before congress as soon as the re peal bills are out of the way is the ad mission of new states. Several bills have already been introduced on the subject and others are in course of preparation. General Wheeler of Alabama, who is chairman of the committee on the ad mission of new states, announces that he is strongly in favor of admitting terri tories as soon as they nave the necessary populatimn. General Wheeler was asked if he expected to se the remaining terri tories, including Oklahoma, admitted as states at this season of congress. In re ply he said: "I have always been an advocate of admitting territorses as soon as they have a population of such size as to jus tify it. The population of the four ter ritories June 1, 18.K), was: Utah, 207,905; New Mexico, 1Zi,593; Oklahoma. 61,834: Arizona, 59,620. The population of all these territories has increased very muc...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 6 October 1893

WANT COLUIN. 'WnVTED--To borrow or0 for six months or paeort worth $,000. Borrower. Tribune of WU INTER PABSTUIAGE FOtI COWs ANI) Shornes. -I will tke a limlted number tof horns and rows to pasture ansd fed throulgh the winter at 2.00 aet month. Splendld shelter and oodwater and hey. Lea. orders at the Lorn hon', on Fifth avenue south and ifth tte st. Will bein every Thursday. T (P WANTEID-- Between Thirteenth and Hix II tenth street north on Fifth or Sixth avenoe. .flut b cheap. i ddrIes llon 1n1. {VANThD- Work by woman of exiprlenc,; Suarelug, chamber work, washin., on.tos ~ran, care of nolfes and rooms; anottlig. Aldrertn 1re Il4. i. P.. Tritnne. or call 12i Firot dat.o la iut I .u. 1l01i IIEN'- Fenr tlregant fromt rti,,. cv.,r I ltlyrc firteo' I)rn, $tc rh , tinte .e t I. ':Ititt t iu t '.i ; i ,,t - e waol r; aie l hit i c-n . ir o. Met. -4 i't IC tiil l 1 Ii",l'ii ) ,I* y ,,' .t I.e- Ir ., t •t te ',le ill ' IJ ir , " . " Iu i n Hall nl'.« .(·,· l it will I..' ,"1-., t tIni t ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 6 October 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, * FRIDAY O(;TOIBEl. i. 185$. T'rI. Amick treatment of consump tion is undergoing a public demonstra tion of its efficacy in the cure of this dread pulmonary disease. The test has been goin on in Cleveland, O., for the last two months. Out of the ten cases on trial one has died, three are appar ently cured. being now free from all traces or symptoms of the disease, four show marked improvement, and two a slight gain. The complete success of the treatImet is yet to be demunstraced Tnim war department Is looking into the reprehensibloconduct of some U'nited States soldiers during the Cherokee strip excitement. It has been found that the killing of a boomer named Hill was wholly unjustillable from the light of the facts so farobtained. There are other outrages also that are to be examined. I)runkennese and rowdyistn are charged up against them. They also received i money bribes to aid consciousless boom- I ere in registering out of turn. The in vestigation thus far r...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 6 October 1893

00 SLEEP CLEAR LONG SKIIN LIFE MENTAL STRONI ENER NERVES AYERS o SARSAPARI LLA M. Hammerly, a well-known bntlxnes man nof Hlllhoro, Ia., sends tils testlnlmony i, the merls of Ayer's Sarsnparilla: S'.erml years aIco, I hurt my leg, the Injlry leavill a sore whlchledtoeryslpclass. ly suferlltar were extreme, my leg, from the klee to tio ankle, being a sold sore, whirchl began ,to n. tend to other parts of the body. A[lfr try lb, varIous remedies, I beigan takIn Are ,r'. Sarsaparilla, and. before I hall Iniulb .di first bottle, I experienced great relief: Ih,, second bottle effected a complete cullre.', Ayer's 8arsaparilla Prepared by Dr. J. C'. Ayer & Co., Lowehl, laea. Cures others,will cure you Agriculturai and ,ortable Steam igirnes, SI liall .. i . . . l I i hi . s lllt o' n , ii , i " ,, I . h .ull1 S. L, HULf & BARl, I ' Nl i l.ll I.I t I . i'10 lu,,. ,l I 0 R.. i- ' i . . 11 I . l , N PACIFIC ri. R. R U N THRIUGH J ARS -r o BIUTTE Pullman Sleeping Cars SEATT LI. POHTI ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 6 October 1893

NEIHART NEWS, Thinge Are Picking up Oat There A Much Better Feeling Exists Among the People. The Dlesperadoes (Gay and o(ons ~ni. poused to Be lurkinr in That l'icinity. Jerry Collins returned from Neibart last evening. lIe says that business is picking up and that a strong undercur rent of feeling pervades that town that it will not be far in the future when that camp will be as brisk as ever. The Broadlwater nine is now working iore men than ever before. 'Their last ,eek'e shpme'nt to the lte!eter at tlhi li,,:nt amlounted to f,,urteen Uairloads. The Nevada is also shippieg. .o also is the Moulton shipping see:2d class ore. The ialt is preparing to begin oplerations and it will not be long i. fore it will join the .ist of shippers. .\ gt,)i, [ay ,of the properties and priosjlcts are hiing leased and a goodl Imany ino :.re at work open og them up. This all tends to create ia good feeling; autalt It il pelple of Neihart andt to dlipei the ,ulsal tfo eh.ling, oif, at few dis :olraged...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 6 October 1893

iHE MAHATTAN SPECIAL SALE NDERWE AR. ERWEAR, Good Value, $1.00. ) Excellent Stock, 1.50, Per Suit. Superfine, 2.00.1 i LAT'EST STYLES IN FALL HATS., + All Shape. al d SI'ls of lto t 'he Iiesl (Qualily il I'tPpultr I'Pioes. NALBACH & COCKRILL, PROPRIETORS. M.l I FMI II .I, I I l I TII CARE:.\AD 1ESI.\TCII. E. H. Ahrens Sew ,York Cash Bazaar XTRA BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK. LADIES' HIOSERY AND UNDERWEAR- Ladies Jersey Ribbed Pants ard Vest, just the kind for fall weather, at 65 cents a suit; never sold for less than 90 cents. Misses lcr.cy -Ribbcd Pants and \'et, extra heavy for winter weight; this week at 75 cents, a suil of Pants and Vest. Ladies Black Wool llose, narrowed foot and ankle, this week, 22c. a pair. - Boys and Girls Homemade, all wool hose, lmade from German knitted yarn, at 3o cents a pair. DRESS GUOI)S---We have a great salkt on our Novelty Diress Goods and are showing the very latest in Colors and weaves: also Blacklin the very latest. SPECIAL T'IS WEiEK- A nice line...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 6 October 1893

LIGHT AND AIRY. Planllt of a iParasol. I soed to live un a nice long box. In tissue sheets tlhey w(.unl me: But now I hang in i wardrobe dark. And dusty toe noi sllurround me. .My white silk lining is soiled and gray Mo-t sadly h'leketd am I: My rufme of chitfon fall in shreds Oh. a parasol wre-ked ant 1' Quite often tliis summnler a tanl carried me; lIe kis."ed Ite one time. too. Then with nly point wrote ll tile anlds. "My deareot. I love you:" And since that day my life has been A wearisome, endless blank. Except when she hauls me out and says. "Yon helped mite capture Frank." -Chicago Ilecord. No Limit. An exchange has a story of a wise son who knows not uuly his father, but his un cle. "Johnny," said his teacher, "if your fa. ther can do a piece of work in seven days. and your Uncle George can do it in nine days, how long i oldl it take both of them to do it?" "They'd nuvei get it done," said Johnny. "They'd sit Ido\ti iltan tll iish stories."- Youth | C'ontptnion. .I Ii,,irys ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 13 October 1893

FINE WATCH REPAIRINS, W. E. CHAMBEAUIN ""'"""" WEEKLY TRIBUNE. ""' DIAMOND lETTING, WrATCH . a a DIAMOND8 jEWELRY MATUVACTUINO 3TUrLING SILWIIWA1IE, W . C. CtAMBERLAIN'3S T.4 Central Ave VOLUME XIII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1893. NUMBER 11i; SOLUTION PROBABLE Thlis Week i ILiable to See Something Definite Accomlpli.shed In tihe Senate. Silver's liDy of Ite-oglnition Appears to Bie at Hanld--Comlpro mllse Talk. WV \ lntlu ro , O ct. ,. --T hu Iloimentous event in the wsnate this week will be the attempt to e-ecure colntinuous essionsil of that body. 'That the attenlpt will pro duce important resultr can baldly be doubted by any one familiar with the situation. 'l'he 'nlltr:l desire as well cu ,uelief in the cha-tiber is that the pr.eT i. t ,eek will bring a solutiun of the prob. !lin. The opinion is e\pilessC I that thiere will be a co.mproli.eo of S ttl- b' 'har a.ter agreed to and put through. 'I'iTe ,proposition to isintply (',tendl the S.her mtan law for...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 13 October 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. OCTOBERB. 1i. IN. TO THE VIGILANT. Although the American yacht was way behind in the first series of races with the Valkyrie, which was started yesterday, and then declared "No race," the following poetical gem from the New York Herald is worth publishing this morning: tanch sloo ! ! May you ever with glory be And the world with your deeds and your praises resound The Valrie's come to grasp honor rom thee, And to take the cup home far beyond the blue see. But your heart is of iron, your sinews of stNl. And nglanld's defender will see but your ke l. lo, lorr to thee! The pride of the see," May the cup o the nations be honored by thee. Brave sloop, with your gallant tars we know That the blusterina Briton you'll fill with woe Valktee's foe none would scorn to m, at. But "ur Vigilant'e" the "npride of America's fleet," And if your Jack Tars their vigil ne'er cease. "Our own Vigilant" will be "Queen of the seas." Then, here's to the Vigilant, So swift end so ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 13 October 1893

IT WAS ACCIDINNTAL. a- Says the Coroner's Jury in the Al bright Murder Case. LIvilssToN, Mont., Oct. 5.-At the inquest on Jacob Albright yesterday "Kid" Talbott, who was present when the shooting took place, testified that the King woman asked for her gun and taking it out of her valise laid it on the bed besiede her. She and Albright then began talking about a woman at Kirby's reetdlirant and the King woman says, "I'll show you what I do if you trifle with me." She then picked up the gun and turned the cylinder around and pointing it at Albright's head, said, 'This is what you will get if you trifle with me." At that moment the gun went off, killing Albright. Talbot stated that she said this in a joshing way; that they had no quarrel anti that he believed it to have boon accidental. The woman claims it was accidental, but denied in her testimony that any thing was said about the woman at Kir by's or that she would show him whet she would do it he trifled. The jury returned a verdic...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 13 October 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY OCTOBII. 11. 189e. TnrP:H are three sheriffs in Montana by the name of Hamilton. In Cascade we have Josephus Hamilton, in the neighboring county of Teton Al. Hamil ton keeps the law.breakers on the run, while in Beaverhead Thomas F. liamil ton creditably tills the office of sheriff. They are all up to the scratch and will compare favorably with the other sheritfe of the state. Tiu. statemients of the three National banks of HIelena published in Sunday's Independent deserve careful examinao tion- -they speak for themselves. We congratulate the oflires ef the Helena National, the Merchants National and the American Natiounal banks on the splendid condition in which those in stitutions find themselves after with standing the financial hlock of July and August. They deserve the good will of every fairminded citizen of Montana. Tiie Standard congratulat es Itself be cause Shelby Ili t Iillard. the founder of numberless nocw spplre in Montana, takes ,ccasion in ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 13 October 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. AB Powder ABýSO lUM PURE SPRAY OF THE FALIN. lROM SATUIRIAY'. OI)\.Y. W. T. Pigott has returned from his eastern trip. I). M. Barrington of Philadelphia is at the Park hotel. t11. L. DesCombee, the well-known Cora ianchman, ia at the tl'm. Perry Weetfall, a well-known Stanford rancbman is at the Ulm. ;ieorge Travers of Cascade is in town. 11e is stopping at the lih, W. E. Fredericks was among the ar rivals from Helena yesterday. .\. 1. Hersey of the Anaconda Stand anr, arrived from the west yesterday. The jury in the Sians ,livers ra;i e oroulght in a sealed verdict last night Fred. F. French and lierthla W. Ilum hof took out a niarriage licenoi. yestr day. James C. llandling iai ',."r frum Ilutte Sunday and stoplpe I at thi I hi bouse. !'he district clerk's and i,o hirilfls )ies have lhorn greatly rl,,. ated ty being repapered. Mrs. O'Neil and son left yr.tr 1l.,, for San Francisco via the I'a;,iri . st...ion iof the (:r...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 13 October 1893

CATTLE MARKET. Although There In a Ihortage the Market Does Not Feel It. Chicago Daily Drover's Journal, Oct. 2: Cattle prices have not yielded to the shortage influence. The shortage in this department will reach about 7'00,000 head, nearly all of which were natives, for in nine month. Texans show a de crease of only 37,000 head and receipts of westerns were about the same as last year. One would naturally think that with an increase in consumption of fresh meats that live cattle would be as high in proportion as receipts showed a de crease. It is very posslble that cheaper mutton had something to do with this, and has been instrumental in lessening the consumption of beef products. At any rate much more mutton has been used this year than usual. F. I. WHUITNLE" IIEItE. 9 The (;ieleral lPaseelger Agenlt ofl the g(r eat Northernl 5stopes On' Ifr a Day. Among the arrivals from the west last night was I'. I. Whitney, general passenger agent of the Great Northern, who stopped oft for a...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 13 October 1893

FESSIONAL CARDS. PHYSICIANS. P. 3. GOBDON. ]PT5IItAN AND 8U3O1O3. - of Erdinbrgh nlversIty. cotlaond. oom and 4, Dnn lock. Central Great Falls. WAN EBoGUSONJ PnateOIll AND SmeUGON. i of Unlverety of Toronto, Llomntiate Medical Council; graduate of New 9 and I Vaughn block, Cmn Us nt .ilae. Mont. DENTISTS. ENJAMIN, D. D. B.. DEmTIrT. of Univerity of Maryland, Dental t. Preservation of the natural teeth. bride work a specialty. Tod building, (freat Falls, Montana. 1. JONEB. DeaNTrn. the MaKnight buildlne or. Third (Central avenue. Gret Falla. Mont. ATTORNEYS. AM A. WILSON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Neithart, Motana. SFLETCHlEI,. ArrJo.NTY AT LAW. Falls. Mont. Assiciated with Toole'& Helena, Mont., in all liticgta in in (s Meagher counties. SOCIETY NOTICES. ter's Unicon No. li, meetor every od evening at 7:11 at the Mlnot hall. on avenue over i 'asedo bank.- M. A. d, l'reslidtet; . L. ('r«nkhito, crerra BACT IloDGE. NtO. 18, K. OF P., or 11 Mont. leengularconvocation atthelr hal In the Mino...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 13 October 1893

IVONDEtRFL ENDI'RANCE. W. I. prIgIs Carries a WoludlVa d Conm panion fronm roadwater Jlay to the IIIg Palls in iOne Day. W. M. Sprague of HTelena, one of the pioneers of Montana, was here recently and his presence called to the minds of several oldtimers something he did in the early days which puts to blush the tleeds of many of the world's famous ,trong men. It happened back in the early sixties just about the close of the war, when Montana was given almost entirely to placer mining. Sprague and his partner named Fred Jones, who had been mining in Grizzly gulch, started out in quest of new diggings. 'they came down the river in a boat and about thirty miles above here were prospecting in the bottom of a small stream running into the NMisrouri when they ran acroses a she bear andt two cubs. Neither man knew such a thing as fear. and without a thought of the conseqluences they opened tire on the big brute. Slightly woundedl ihe crosi.ed ,a slough and hiri in some brush. Nothing daun...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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