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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 20 October 1893

Mont Historiol3e FINE WATCH REPAIRINIG, W. E. CHAMBERLAIN DIAMOIND NETTINO. .TFLIHIII NI I.\Yp.IWA Re, E2IH¥ AUATIHI ICIH ln KWE LRY. S WEEKLY TRIBUNE. V,. K. C XAMI II): .R AIN'N VOLUME XIIi. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, Fill)AY. OC(E'I'()1REU 20, 1893. NUMIBER 120 WATERY GRAVES. .t.ni lt: lie iiu I irinond With Ibighi ... %o ~Iti I.\a)III'rd Foundered i n lla k' IErie. ' 'tie il' fthe Itralie. Wae.lld Ashore in tdall lll venl. N "ill Illlukirk. N Y : ;I1 ,t. N '. 1 . I.1 1" '' ' i'1 , trai n er itat.) ic cctll cl i i ll i r.li rt'ed to lal .e' bi ,'o' '.t diuriat a'ttur hay.''. : "tc. , n tih' :.cro( nor I ctc :ir' i. Ti' I, ' t i ,h';ldI of 1 :. ' tlir a r tt .r w a ws F a t tr: u n I [' t sl e t t . ' ,.y c..cnin: lc . i " I ' clp tail of II ,'h ',a;n ic:ich m ,n, , ll In, .'-" I ict wclrtr' 1 .;t"-,lhnri'c uulndld,'I" ult.<. I,.,, S lt. ''i, c e '. 'f th ,' . I I , , c r,' 1':l 'c hi' l ' ' ic t th tt ," fI ur l il,, t i;. idic' ,, l ' i t,,r '. I ,a. o h ' l , is in, an'l h.1,; ! ...

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. — 20 October 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. PFRIDAY O(, OOgKtL.O, O, s. "Cesmnts:" sums up the whole matter in a very iCterestin' manner in another column. l) not falil to readl it. Tir: silver senatnor should sleen with one eve open for fear the gold huge steal i march on thnep. r1i , someone say the hader would apologize to the har I of tr:e. 'emirlit. tees for the insults it has hleped tpon them? .,1 the omnmittee on mineral awards was full. No wonder Montana ,ot left. \ drunken man can judge only one hini at a time -wh.tiiv. T aI. T'['ar,.s has roceived from Cotm. modore Power a copy of the great speech delivered in the senate September 14, hy S.-nato' I) nitl of Virginia. It is replete with tinanci:l statistiti and un- I iloub,toelly surpasesi .invttinr of the I kind ldele,~rleI in the, senate in the last ,iuart'r of a '..tr,try Every frienil of silvr ' shou.l I;Havet a (p. o if t for rerer. ence. II, ",,T the "nrlinL' bu inti' is : with - , hin t rn-r. mrtei trial than ro .sh w ill h, ,I,, utp. thnu,...

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. — 20 October 1893

OBBED THE MAILS enrge W. Morgan a Postal Clerk on Thi s nn Was Arrested at Hlave rTnesday. e Confesed All--lie Took Abount One Hundred and Fifty Dollars (4 it of the Letters. eI.tr..sa , Oct. 12--Geo. W. Morgan, railway postal clerk, is in the county I here, where he will remain until the nited htates grand jury meets in Nov her. Morgan was appointed a rail y pontal clerk Sept. 1s, In1It, and has n running between Blutto and llavre, the Groeat Northern. For cevenral nths the postollie authoritiie hlave eived complaints from St. Paul to tihe ect that the mnails from thisH ec:tioel iving thermr cntained all tile way im 10( to 21"1 torn letters. In addition ere were complaints of losses of lettersi. ntaini.g ;valuable i'los.mcIre. .An ii tigation cnd the postollice pelpl,ml t,, lievme that the trouble was me Mlorgan r; n. Sunday last Inspector \WIlhhul. ting. under ,orm ern of (. ni-f lialhl., nt to Iuttme and mmilld c:r-"raul test term. I i'wont hesan tim mmc aii wit ese letters, ani ...

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. — 20 October 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY OCTOIIIl, :7. 1893. Editor Quinn of the Butte Miner who takes to poetry like a duck to water, fa voreJ his readers Sunday morning with this poetical germ: And his lordship. never nmiling. *till the ad Ihour i Iunguiltoar With the hope of sports more pleasing than wild yachting on the sea; Anti the lads acress the pond are wondering why m' lord shold wander From his home anld friends, the gay and sanry Yankees' keel to see. While the darkness deepens 'rond him and the shades of nisht surround him. With the mocking, chiding laughter of the waters on the shore. Spirits with a burning yearcinog ftr the signs cf hope returning Whisper: "Let us try the foeman with our gallant Nmil once more" Jnut one last determined rally 're all hopel is given o'er Q(oth Dinraven. "Never More." IT is all rigt t for the Leader to slander the board of trade, but when the latter calls dowu the author of the calumny it becomes persecution. 'there is consist ency for you. It't::i ;i...

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. — 20 October 1893

i ighest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ABS OPowder ºAB& : PURE CRACKSIEN IN TOWN They Come Near to Forcing an IEn. trance to the Safe in the Freight itoule. Seared ( If--Contents of the Nafli ('etch Fire From the Explosive Pay ('hecks Ilurned. The sate blowers have reached town. They made their preseone known Mon day night or early yestUrday morning by attempting to force open the safe in the Great Northern freight depot. They succeeded in badly shattering the door by the use of an explosive but cere cvi dently scared away before completing their nefarious worK. as they did not succeed in getting at the contents of the safe. The explosive, however. ilited the combustible material inside' toItaly destroying the same. The pay :chcuks for this point which had not been cailed for. amounting to about ll .ýNrM, and many valuable papers were redc;:edl to ashes. The deed was discoveredt by t)lo (s borne, the warehouse own,, whenl he opened the office about seven ...

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. — 20 October 1893

IT'S OF INESTIMABLE 1BENEFIl To the Taxpayers of the City of Great Falls and the County of 4'asmade, To Have Corrupt Offlcials Explsed Boarl of Trade Working in Everylosly's Interest. The following communication merits careful perusal at the hands of every person paying one cent taxes in this county. It is to the point and every body interested in the welfare of Great Falls should say "Amen." To THE Eniron ole Til:' TI'I'u N.: The attempt of II. 1'. lHolfe in the eander to cast reproach upon the board of trade of this city is worthy of con demnation from every taxpayer in Cas cade county. In a time of y,'reat financial distress, throughout the country, our business men, through the board of trade, have I -eet tit to uppoint conmmittees to look I Into city andl county affairs in order that we may. if possible. cut down our ex. penses and lesson our taxse. No sooner were these conmmittees appoinoted thel I II. I'. ltolfe through tle Leader charait 'ric:es then as ".ielling' -omn.ittee...

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. — 20 October 1893

EWALLI8 EXPERBIAMEhTl Ia,. Demountrated That Crops (I rown Withoutnl Irrigatlion. EItrIoa or TIIF TRLIBUNE: If a late map of Kansas and trace valley of Arkr.nesaa river to the n about sixty miles from tie line you will see the town of ity laid down. There the gov as established an experiment the purpose of testing certain to and grasses. In thc tgri port of 1892 we have on an work done there by )r. .. A. intendent in charge. quoting from the report, per call attention to the fact that of Kansas is noted for he dry semi arid region, so dry r there dries up in midsuni irrigationislnmpoessble when I says of 18!2: "'The season markably dry and warm. The for several days in August degrees in the shade. The to November 7 has been be erage for 1I years' ,obr-rva ode l(' iulllis ltm . i for culivation was plowed n oto foot deep. This furn rvoir for the rain. 'Then the madeas tine as possible with avlnC 1,tt() simall short tUeth. ized soil provets vaporation rves the mioiture. On the results...

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. — 20 October 1893

OLD-TIME ROUND-:!'. 'll.nty of Drunks in the Polhle 'ullnrt A Soiled losve int linmbo. Yesterday was Judge Hawkins' busy day. Not since he assumed the office of police magistrate has he had so many cases to dispose of at one time. The recent pay-day at the B. tI M. smelter so doubt contributed largely to the number of drunks that fell in the hands of the vigilant police. It took nearly a page of the police "register' to do justice to the derelects. Sidney Parks, drunk, got four days; P. Johnson, drunk, thirteen days; Mike Hay, drunk, released on bail; Thomas !)oyle, drunk, paid a tine of il: William stewart. drunk, ten days; T. Regan, drunk. threedays: John O'Malley,drunk, two days: Bill Savage, drunk, six days: Peter Dederick, drunk, two days: John Poland, drunk, released on bail; John :.Ietal. drunk, also let out on hail; Peter '-wanson, drunk and disorderly, thirteen ;eys: James Kelly. vagrant discharged. '. Peterson. Mat lrickson. John 01 -,n. end M. Nelson. the four men ar .stl...

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. — 27 October 1893

NE WATCH REPAIRING, 71 OND ARTING ' U N W. E. CNAMBERLAII OLT NMANUFACTURIN. WATCHMSB, r c DIAeI\1,P, X. CRAMIIAUBERLAI:NlN OLITME x111. (xIIEAT FAI4LL, (tO' l ANA, , 11)NAY' OCTOBERI 27, 1893. `LtT1I i:; H. AHRENS' New York ash Bazaar erlastingly at It. ways a chance to save Money. is Week Grand Bargain Week. AK DEPARTMENT ecial One lot Ladies New Marl e. Ir l., , t r, vali Ir-.1 upt lt \i, our choice fr < 1.75. adi.;' Rechlr Jacket, tlii; yeat c ', , , t,,h :" ,,. \,n oice in Black and Tan .11i.t 1 n at . CIAL SALES on't miss our spectial ,ah I I n, et1 nl , C ,mi ortr, in a., ent. It will interes ct yo . \Ve have till a tew of t in ; leictain liank ts to -r y ail \W hit, It 7o 'cnt.; a pair. I ilder I)o TIw we have in v lii iffecrnl ci,.ioi, vale IS ,: cot-. t all rgo at 15 cents per li d n!, ,lC t:otton IFlannel, the ":i"1 " It, cent ,alum,. .,- got them "i+ a discounmt and will sell this week at It cenits per yard. ot o I .Ladies' colredI Kid (lves, FIoster Patent L.acin!n, ...

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. — 27 October 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY OCTOHBR, V. I15S. Wsi.. Gabriel blows his trumpet to indicate that time is no more we pre sume liolfe will yell "It's a Townesite scheme." Tn'. I.''In. ; was fair enough to pub lish almost all Rolf ea ia at Wednesday's hoard of trade meeting, when he was tak en to task for slandering the board, but the Leauer could not give space to any of the speakers except its boss. S.IENTvro ltinh hit; the bull's eye the other day when he said he had often heard statements by nmeon who were "going to die in the last ditLt,'" but he noticed that "there are many of them left." Ihe might have added that lDan Voorileei, he of "feet-foremost" faine.was not i. rrierd ,out on a stretcher, eith, r. H e ., r n i I w it t , a I t , , fo r an ad .rirum.:t ,'t1 in " n t" . rack fur a , t,, r irt .::. .ur-. \'orhlos is : 'ia I ' I t t' l 1. i, ntabank a' lik ti cw iei t r -. ' .Wtr ir tt u 1t - v. hwn1t" r he sees lie i- crrhtred. I1N il IE.n 'I' ,11 It \ :11I1.1.\tH :. I W.e wonde...

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. — 27 October 1893

WANT COLUIM. W ^ANL) A firit lt pao to cook in pri vate family. Adicr-,l Mrc. Ml.. 'iritlur OUHT A toc'kthiok .. utainluog notes ant r I celpits. lrti.E ar hroty wil.rard o laiHrt purcthain utcW N given to l)trunlon c r, H. Fitld'.r will ple.he,. leer,, ith. t rilction- tit ali ro t-ier rewart. UNI'to N I llitt. ME'OT i' i es gllr n giw in Ittrinnuct ,f a 1 resolution ; ttiIle. ai a, tetLigIotlf directore of th at (iret ele lle Laend company, hold in New York city on Oct. 12,. tist, that IlI acte in any way conerulng said company or its proo arty done by Jamee Have. claimingI t., be agent, orotherwi.e, and all acts done by or uo leot anylaly neenming to lhe a board of directors oIf the ant (Ireat alls land company In which one A. (. Peck claims to be president are without rightful authority and will not be racognsel d by thin board. All persona deallng with tllhorn or any of threm mst do It at their own pieril. H.'I. KEIHEY. l.crtlaryof HBoird. lllth WANTELI) i.r Ihuneewtrk, Ill Six...

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. — 27 October 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. How much longer has a long-sutfuriug public to put up with the doleful ac counts of Rolfe's personal grievanes.e Ilis tow:.site whine is making Leen tih dogti tired. T'rI. ring organ of tcst eve-itig ', was a fair retlection of what tternall) rauktlt a in the mind of its editor. Its editorial page contained nothing lut mldeth.y re hash about the Townsito Til. Leader accuse; the 'Iit ii. edi tar of seinu snakes. Well. tli.rhapI. n. have. Ilut its dllare ti', ,Ii, llht uts that the rin- organi tian -iw t, r -"f the ':rt magnitude yev-terhIa flr i-im i.'Eim ,l the (r -eMI , u t' outl ,i:, .. '..t ' , u. ; , - e s s i o n c m ig r e t .:- , i ! ,utli v ,5dth lilanlCiLi i,'_,.r th. I,. l i , ,alir, ,c ' sai t the -u c,, .lt r, it ...l . tl l an S r 1 t hi. I.it to a;' t. has" w.re passed by the lt,,rd of Trade at its imeetingi; esturida. et it was the only alt" rnativie a elf-reulpe tUn bully of mlen could takwee in cifine tl their I t-,nr tad integrity. I;t.. IiiaICl...

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. — 27 October 1893

BILL WON. !othing Short of a .tv Ldh Culthl Phmae . ijolly crowd of jhersti twr, t Sapping itr,., at F'rntk 'i'll' I otlhe.r tight ,it !l" tlll i lttcnve titat i ltll n I i t, nt1 1 ilr lttp itles.. I 11 lu' "n.X 111 )I/ lilInIt hbli. L to ll about fett." I I t oni f.lhown ile' hear how Appi",l, IP!l .'in)! it hi; pot of " t)ne" in it pit ratil. Iol t , ' spo:kt utip W':lt ir' lla'is. ..t ine tvrls had. " l\'tII, yu nall know lit: ill i. ai piv.er 1l" iit eon i to f.eii . i\u i tlin I ..hl I-e.l to serve boiled dilnner oil !un' . .ill h,,-it noll t inI to 1 a - i ti It iI ih l † - t1, ti th h tge a n d th e t pprt op l it t .a ! l it. wI, 1ti ntllet.l ' l t, hile tt lllt h i i e'tg ol' e 3:l ii i tlc . I I ta l, wli il Iit . tt .h I llstitn along with i l I1e of pIh ll ,t.i t I' n nple of loives of lreaii. 1711! tea, "rea1 tik tt' . l llftt "lt . i -tiln l I I ol i tl o Ii I t I ltof g I r- i o lt rut l it t el hii olt i t ti * lI Ilti r '," ,i , 1 I il t'r'III. n ~"h 111~ I y ttere...

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. — 27 October 1893

I MPIORTANT DECISION 41fe.lenl .g Iandm Twelve Milee from This ('ity. '['he Helena lahnd olice is in receipt of :in implortant decision by the commis sioner of the general land ol1ie. T'he iparticuluart ccaes ire thioe in which Jo ,eph I lorn ild n .\ ttoni .1 atyasio protested igainat the gr,ulin.: ofr a patent to Isaac llunsberger rand ('irea Iiunsberger for ;and twelve miles from (;Ireat Falls, ,ays the independent. The Ilunaberg ere are minor half-breed Piegans. Their mother, under an act of congress giving the Piegans allotments. filed on the land .n question for them. A protest was mttered on the ground that as these half breeds had a white father they were American citizens and not Indians. They also protested on the ground that the claimants had not made improvements on the lenl. The local office decided in favor of the Ilunsbergers and the conm missioner confirms that decision. Some veurs ago the then secretary of the interior ruled that half-breed chil Iren were not entitl...

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. — 27 October 1893

Sighest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. --S FPowder SPRAY OF THE FALLS. StFROM PRIDi)AY'S DAILY. rn-To Mr. and Mrs. Frank (lage. ,y. .F. Ilurgy left last evouing for the d's fair. in S. Harris of Helena is at the k hotel. Inls ('aarsi , of forieo. l lt r i test of thl I 'l hIm .. avid Ulroi Io caul' up frrt I'or: ton for a feaw lurs yestertay). harles W\erre i nejuntint, o.er the ur al of a l) poun ll y at hisi~ n,.. Charles 1). Melnre. president of the nato Mountain company, is In Butte. P. Shields. justice of the peace at t came in yestelrday uant is at the 0enry Wilson. city marshal of Nei t, is in town and stopping at the Dave Ilerron was among last night's ivals from Neihart. ifs It a: the rk. J. (;. McLean, the well-iknculeo travel man, came down from IIluena yester SJolhn L[epliy went to, l;t ut last ht and from there will go aut to his ig Sag ranch. T. EI. ( ollius and IL. \ .\will, ., the Now York lawyer,. ari' i. tina .ast Ifgtht frou I lilt lEdge. Mr...

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. — 27 October 1893

BURLINGTON SYSTEM The ('row Idlians Have Iteceived Their Last Money For the Right-of-Way. The line to Be Built From Shleri lnn to (Great Falls and Helena. O)MAIIA, Neb., Oct. '3.--The Burling ton and Missouri railway has paid to the Crow Indians their last money, amounting to $8.OC,for the Burlington right-of-way across the reservation for the projected extension of its lines from Sheridan to Great Palls and Helena. T'he extension will be built soon. Then )nlaha will be on the main line of two transcontinental railway systems-the t'nion Pacific and the Great Northern. )ne of the things that leads to certainty ' the minds o' the Wyoming and Mon lana people iiv such contracts as that •ade last week by the ,heridan Milling ,ompany to ship its !I ur to billings. As great deal of work must be done this .vinter before high water intktes it ijo practicable, it is thought that juilding the extension work will he begun short .v. The promptness with which the right-of-way business; i, Iha bee...

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. — 3 November 1893

ýot $iýS30. FINE WATCH REPAIRINBI W.E. CNAMIERLAIN DIAMOND IU1TING. U I A A ~ ~ EE-JEE-- IICDhIATE.J WATOCHRD, : , DIAMODID JEWELRY MAUUVACTEIGE *TERLIZ4G YILWERWARU AL TRIBUNE. RICE if. 3. CEAEEKXAI H'] 3>24 CutsI Ave. ,;VOLUME XIII. GREGAT FALLS, MONTANA, F'RID)AY NOVEMBER 3, 1893. NUMBER 134 . FOM WASHINGTON. The Repeal 1ill in the Houee--lmmnedl ate Consideratlion llockeed by Bland. WASHIraTOn, Oct. 31.-Nothing of special importance transpired in the senate today. An unusual calm pre vailed over the scene that was so ani mated yesterday. The RBlehbura esultillons. senator Blackburn, chairman of the committee on rules, introduced and the senate adopted the following resolutions, which were undoubtodly inspired by the discussion of the rules during the last few weeks: "That the committee on rules be in structed to inquire into and report what requisition of or amendments to the rules, it any, should be adopted to se cure more efficient and satisfactory dis position of the busin...

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. — 3 November 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. ill.I.AT FALL%. Inc I nlited States Investor ofters ~1, as th-, first prize for the best essay respecting any American city or town. The following appears in t at journal .egarding the city) f Great I'alls: Wearied with a hundred-mile stage ride we are nearing the journey's end. The snow-ribbed Rockies far to the left, the silver tipped Belt mountains at the right and the llighwools before: wavine ields of ripening Lunch grass on all the plain around: resplendent sunshine seeming to bring the whole scene within a stone's throw. Suddenly a break in the high bunch land, and the Mecca of our hopes bursts on the expectant view four hundred feet below : a dozen brice and stone stores: a group of small er buildings on another street, and here and there buildingb scattered over the surpasstngly beautiful expanse of the broad townsite; no railroad; no village improvements yet. Such was Great Falls in the summer of 1S87. the year of actual beginnings. We venture that a gi...

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. — 3 November 1893

ISLOWN INTO ETERNITY. Iner and Fireman Instantly Killed by it Lo(uototheo Explosion. IBM IN(;n uts, Ala., Oct. 2G.--The noise terrific explosion shortly before 3 k buildings in this city and awoke y people. It was caused by the ex Ion of a big locomotive drawing a -bound freight on the Georgia Pa at North Birmingham, three miles this city. The engineer and fire were instantly killed, but no one was hurt. It was not until after ht that the bodies of the victims found. The body of William Mills, engineer, had been blown on top of house of S. L. Hinton, 300 yards the wreck. It broke through the and landed on the ceiling. Blood ing down from the ceiling into the attracted tihe attention of llin family about daylight and a search ed the headless and legless corpse. head was found 100 yards from lihi . One leg was found in the woods yards further. Ilia watch hil d at 2.20 o'clock. The body of an Buchanan was round in a tihld rds from the wreck, on the op1po de of the track and 00K) yards ...

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. — 3 November 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. I:.;.\ i the county attorney's opinion on tihe bond steal. TIl'. taxpayer, have been piundered long enough. 'the time .has now Collie to call a halt. 'lThe' school board has a big job on hand and the .itizensof ( rTat Ialls will scrutinize its actions closel). II. II. \iN .i: of icleina has no right to the money obtained from the school board, says (ounty Attorney l'reeman. Legal steps Ahould be taken at once for its recovery. Taxpayers can not afford to have their money thrown at the birds. I('l..,tx Ti.IntoII of the school board states that he is eutirely innocent of any wrong doing in the Palmer bond matter. lie says that lie was instrutcted to draw up the warrant by 1us-rs. Ilanks and Prentc. .I r.. andi did n, at their instigation. Tai. clr.k of tIlu school board had no authority oi right tit draw a warrant for n1,2.), nor had the chairman of the board any right or authority to sign said warrant. is the opinion of the county at toney. The board must now vind...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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