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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 15 March 1895

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME X. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , MARCH 15, 1895. NUMBER 4b. DRUNKEN MOBS Throng Along New Orleans Levees and Wage Warfare Upon All Negroes in Sight. GOVERNOR SUMMONS MILITIA ioting inl Various Part of the City- Negroes Forced to Seek Shelter -Police Powerless. ,Nsw OrlEA^Ns, March 12--Rioting resumed on the levee at an early or this morning at the head of Jose mne street, one negro was killed by its screw men, and in the vicinity of e French market several negroes were ounded. At 7 o'clock about tfifty screw men me to the Harrison-Cromwell line and ed upon the negroes. About twelve ere killed. The levee from Louisiana onue to Mandeville street is in the ands of an armed mob. The police are werless. The white Ien are comrn lately in control and have declared that o negro shall appear upon the levee ont. All work on the levee is prac Ically at a standstill. Rioting and bloodshed began this orning at 2 o'clock and resulted in the filing of two men an...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 15 March 1895

SENATOR PLATT Believes the Distr..essed ('ondition of the Country 3IIIt Contitne for Another Year. SOME HOPES FOR BIMETALLISM W'hichl Will DIo 3Mu1 to lDiminish the the lriotion Whichl Now Prevails in Conlmmerce. WAJN.mI n IN',Tt. March S. Senator l'latt of Connecticit said today in an in terview that very little could be acc m. plisbed in the way of legislation to rc lieve the distressed condition of the l country until 18l1;, when he hoped the republicans would be in power in all branches or the government. 1ie sail. "If rmeasures, the considera- h tion of which has been blocked, should ii tbe brouclh forward in the next co-gross a they touil loubtiess come in a shape- w lee:s n , calculated to,'o mischief. The n: Ilnantc:i.l ituation mtay improve. We ri hope for .mnetall.,m and we also hope a fcr ol-r, vced business conditions. If I" we should tucceed in securing bimetall ismt that would settle the trouble and do much to diminish the friction which now pr-vails sith reference to ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 15 March 1895

. DEBS TALKS we of the Leader on tile Rlecent Great National IRailway Strike. 0 ARE THE CONSPIHATORS? General Manager.' Association Held I.p to the Gaze of the Public. ne V. D)ebs, president of the ., lectured at the opera house night to a good-sized audience, g many ladies, but it was not so large as the man and his sub erved. The lecture was a lengthy d was frequently interrupted with ee. TfIII. AIH.;'rN(:. an overture by the orchestra the , accompanied by President J. It. ert of the local A. R. U. and ell known gentlemen in labor entered upon the stage amid the of the audience. Chonevert as chairman of the said it was extremely gratifying large an audience in attendance s ly so many ladies, particularly as Sunday evening. Mr. DIbs needed an introduction to any in the United States, but he ay that he was a native of ln ad been a member of the legie that state, and was a working had served as a locomotive nd had edited the Fireman's one of the ablest papers of its the land. lie is ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 15 March 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. WLZKLY. One year..... 5 ...XI50 One year...... ....$1.50 lix months........ 4.55 1 .i. months..... 1.00 One. month...... e Thrloe months..... . One week... ! single copy..... .05 Unless paid in advance the daily will invari ably Ie 75 eotas per mnthl, and tihse wenkbly r pel , tr. s le f1 r eix slsntlls and 2lceats ier montIiL Fr l.ea tbul r .:Y . onths. Aslv.rtis t rato. fa.rl.ehsdl so apldication. l'.e, tclrul ,t oma ,f thl. Tribune f I i Northern t.lnret I, xtcrhautesrmlt tO exc(d tha t olf Inyt ta1('r t Ue B s,.r in h state- ,s a . I t sbhs t;ll"rse .'Fh.irs: . their addresso chanced ,.., ... .' ir tf, , r e a tlr*edit a well ts hl t u., . , ..-!1·- ::i -,, .. .el·be rretorntumred. p ' nIlk lt. 5K , ,. Gareat Falls. Mont. Itt.Ol.N a MONT..NA. irn a lthlr column will be fuind in terestinu eSxtr,,'.s rom the annual report ot tic lsett'iu ,va Montana company. It shove tshat tust allairs of the great cor psuratis:,s irn. in a lhourishing...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 15 March 1895

SE S 9L3 WEE ' Raturl.aY. March N). The case of Laubenheimer vs. Ken- I nedy et at was on trial all day yesterday it the district court. John K. Castner and wife deed to Au- f gust Fishropp lot 7, block 9, Belt; con- 0 sideration, $150. t Louis Holland brings suit against Jos. E. Houston for 8300 damages and $2 per day for use of team. F. S. Murphy of Eighth avenue south as yesterday presented by his wife with v bouncing boy baby. 'l'he youngster is o. 6, but was none the less welcomed n his arrival. The remains of Mrs. Charles Kendall, bo died at Columbus hospital Wednes y night were shipped yesterday to nton on the afternoon train. The neral will take place in that city this ternoon. Miss Mc(lloflin, teacher in room No. 2 the North Sidte school, gave a other's day" yesterday and the holare participated in a program of I citations. songs, etc. There were a rge number of visitors present. In the suit of the Great Falls Iron orks vs. Ammon, Chandler, Dicker an, Clark, Collins, at al....

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 15 March 1895

TO IMPROVE CENTRAL AVENUI .1. H. McKuight Will Co. umnce Wort Monday on a New Two-Story Brick Bui~ding. It Has Been Leased by A. P. Curtin & Co.-William Roberts Will Also Build at Once. Central avenue is to have another handsome brick block located between Third and Fourth street, next to the old Strain Bros.' building. Architect White has prepared the plans for J. H. Mc Knight and work on its construction will be commenced at once. Indeed it may be said that it is already com menced, as men were at work yesterday tearing down the old wooden building formerly occupied by J. H. McKnight & Co. as an agricultural warehouse, which covers part of the site. A contract has been let for the excavation and work on this portion of the job will commence Monday ai Tuesday. The plans contemplate the erection of a two-story block with a good basement. The block will be 530100 with a pressed brick front trimmed with stone. The front will also have two large plate glass show windows and . i...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 15 March 1895

STON & MONTANA IEPORTni tic r hast Year Completed--Cash Bal- caR ance of Assets First of This peo Year, 8532,43(i. thi he sth perintendent Klepetko Recommends n Construction of Coke and Coal Washing Plant. 'he annual report of the Boston & ntana company for the year ending ember 31, 1891, has just been com- fir ted, and from it the following interest- Ri extracts are taken: In he trustees submit the following pr rt of the operations for the year: receipts from copper, silver, and product from Ureat aills were 3,527. The costs have been: Lun- p0 expenses at Butte and Great Falls, ca 9,205; all other expenses of handling tb r, such as freight, copper charges, lesions, expense account, taxes, ng, and weighing were $i23,877, tI g the total running expenses pi ,082, and leaving a balance of sp 45. Interest on bonded debt. pre e on bonds redeemed and other in were $122,781, and sinking fund ents $150.000. a total of 8272,781, Ii g a not balance of 8714,001. FIrout e to be taken di...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 15 March 1895

I ,I OUSEKEEPERS who are Swise will not be persuaded in to the purchase of the unre liable baking powders which t. | some dealers wish to sell for the sake of the additional profit derived there from. Crudely mixed from low-grade, impure ingredients, such powders cost but half as much to make as the highly refined, abso lutely pure Royal Baking Powder, although retailed at the same price. They are un " wholesome and lacking in leavening strength. Royal Baking Powder gives the greatest value for its cost, and there is no other powder or preparation that will gi\e such satisfaction, or make such pure, wholesome and delicious food, or which in practical use will be found so economical. _i... .. . _ A, . ING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. - -- - -~ ,"Zr5 ý Tý55 cý cý:=_._y.ýýIM 1,u:=ý`ý."' REAL ESTATE MEN TALK The Future Seemns to Them Bright With Promise--llise in Values Looked For. A Numbiller of Prominent Real Estate Men Express Their Views in the hMatter. Yesterday afternoon a ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 22 March 1895

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. ME X. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, VRII)AY , MARCH 22, 1895. N UM BER 46 i,,~c`j. Why Jones Is Going to Wait. es-My deer, I am thinking of buying a fine cutaway suit. nee-Well. I wouldn't be in a hurry. The clothing dealers will new goods in after April 1; and, by the way. I hear that Mr. going to open his new Central arenue store on April 1, and you I have the latest styles at very low prices. es-That's right. I'll wait. Mr. Wilbur was saying to me the at bi' warehouse is crowded with Mr. Kaufman's new goods. NORTHERN. C a of Trouble Officially r d By A. R. UT. Men. 'March 19.-Sylvester Keli retary and director of the ilway union, denied the t that there is in the city 1 ommittee from points on $ thern system, for the pur e matters of dispute aria on echargi and ill-treatment he by suboffilcials of that d. Th been a few small causes cotn said Mr. Keliher, "at sev d the Great Northern sys n, b* ug which would bring a lation, called a grievance -~m the general pu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 22 March 1895

A FULLAPOLOGY Demanded by I ncle Sam From Spain, Who Must Promptly Disavow Her Responsibility FOR FIRING UPON OLD GLORY By a Spanish Gunboat-Suanish Mmn. ister Thinks the Story Is a Gigantie Fake. MADRI , March 15.-The following cablegram has been received here: "Taylor, Minister at Madrid: "This department is informed that on the 8th instant the United States mail steamship Alliance, while on her home- c ward voyage from Colon to New York, when six miles from the coast of Cuba, off Cape May, was repeatedly fired upon ic by a Spanish gunboat with solid shot, re which, fortunately fell abort. The Wind- cm ward passage, where this occurred, is the tr natural and usual highway for vessels gt plying between ports of the United to States and the Carribean sea. Through m it several regular lines of American mail pr and commercial steamers pass weekly a within sight of Cape May. They are well known and their voyage embraces no Cuban port of call. Forcible inter ference with them cannot be ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 22 March 1895

ROMPT__ACTON~ vernor Meintyre Says it Will I e Takin Against Lyntthers of Italians t WALSENBURG, COLORADO. a lian Consul Has (lone to the Scene of the ilurder-No I p rising. AIatNtoN, March 1i.--T'':o follow was received by the state department the governor of Colorado, and a has been furnished to the Italian asy: ENVEiR, March ] ,, -To the Secretary tate: I am just in receipt of a do account by telegraph from the IT at Waleenburg. It does not dif- t materially from the newspaper ro An inquest has been held and, 1 oformed, a thorough investigation made. The evidence is in writing is subscribed to by witnesoes and een tiled in the ollice of the district The sheriff further reports that has been no trouble since and no er, that he is thoroughly able to tain peace, and that there is no er of an uprising of Americans or ens. I am in receipt of a telegram the ambassador of Italy saying. rt: 'Please give orders for imredi otion against the murderers of the ans.' Immediate action will be o...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 22 March 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. WILY. One year..... 5W.0 0 lOne yeiw....$1.50 Six months... .00 I Six months.....1.00 One m . .I Tn*eopy....... .0t Unlese paid In advance the daily will invart. ably be 75scents per month. and the weekly P2 motffrIlfohnsxmnh.adNcnsAdvertising rates furnished on application. e The cirnculation of the Tribune in Ndorthern Montana I. uaranteed to exceed that of any paper poblished in the state. Slubscribers desiring tneir address changed must send their former address as well as the new address; this shuld be remembered. THE TRIBUNE. Great Falls. Mont. PROTRCT THE FLAG. Secretary of State Gresham has di rected the United States minister at Madrid to demand of the Spanish gov ernment an explanation of the reported firing upon a United States mail steamer by a Spanish gunboat off the coast of Cuba. As no damage was done the steamer the only result can be a diplo matic apology, which will naturally be made, provided the boat was tired upon as...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 22 March 1895

ESOF THE WVEEK Saturday. March 16. a Representative W. R. Glasacock has emoved from Sand Coulee to Belt. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ellis gave a party t night in honor of their friend, Mr. endall. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Carpenter, S t Fifth avenue and Seventh street, a aughter. Judge Pomeroy left yesterday for Kal. pal to commence his duties as judge of e Eleventh district. Octave Lemire deeds to J. J. Farrell t acres in section 10, township 19 rth, range 2 west; consideration, 000. IM. Webster deeds to Alex Sires the th thirty foot of the south ninety t of lots 8 and 9, block 309; considera , $3,000. Follinebee has sold out his barber ness in Great Falls and returned to t Coulee, where he will embark in neas again. udgment has been entered against . Chandler, J. K. Clark, and A. E. kerman for $8,307.35 in favor of the at Falls Iron works. D. Huy deeds to Paris Gibson the 1 h half of the northwest quarter and north half of the southwest quarter ection 22, township 20 north, range 4 con...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 22 March 1895

THE DOINGS OF NAUGHTY MEN George Means and thus Anderstr Burglarize George Hill, House it Sand Coulee. Devine and Davis. the Shce-Thieiv a Bonnd Over - Aesatit and Battery Case. Two men named George Means and Gus Anderson were brought in Friday from Sand Coulee by Deputy Sheriff Lochray, charged with a serious crime. The warrant charges grand (larceny but from the story of the oflicer and the evidence given in the justice court it would appear that the more serious charge of burglary in .the night time might easily be substituted. Itgappears that both men have been working in the miuns at Sand Coulee. .Means does not enjoy a very good reputation, but An derson has up to cate been considered honest. He has not been working much of late, however, and the old adagey'Sa tan finds some utischiof still for, idle hands to do" was exempltiied in his case. It appears that M pans invited him to go with him w hit- he made a raise of sotie money. It ioon transpired that ri. hery was the ietltou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 22 March 1895

THE FARM HOTBED. How to Make It and How to Manage It. Keep the Bed Full. The ordinary hotbed sash is 6 by 3 feet, a convenient size, though any old rash will answer the purpose. Construct the frame as wide as the sash is long and as long as it is desired to make the bed. Have 12 inches high at the front and 18 at the back. Make a bed at least 13 feet thick and extending a couple of feet beyond the frame all around of horse manure which has begun to heat violently. Tread this bed down firmly, for manure thrown loosely together will heat rapidly for a short time and then become cold, but when it is made com paratively firm it will give forth a gen tle heat for six or eight weeks. When the bed has been prepared, place the frame upon it and bank it up well to the top with manure. It is now ready for the soil. Use light garden loom which has been prepared the fall before. Place five or six inches of earth on the manure, leveling and fining with an iron toothed rake. Then put on the sash ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 22 March 1895

SulOfficially reported, after claboratc cnlml ýý j/ h1lt(!Cr ac ~I'01ritv (` i by the C hief Ch(;i"At of the SUnited Stat.:. Agri cultural D)epartmicnt, Superior to all other Baking Pow= ABSOLUTELY ders in Leavens PURE. ing Strength. The most Careful Housewife will use no other. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 106 WALL ST., NEW-YORK. FIFTV-NI NE DEAD Miners, the Result of the Mine l)is aster at Red Canyon. Wyo. Wednesday. NINETEEN BODIES RECOVERED. Fifty Widows and Three Hundred Orphans-Thirty Members of the United Workmen. EvANCToN, Wyo., March 21.-It is now figured out from the company's lists and payrolls that sixty-one perished in the mine disaster at Red Canyon, Wyo., yesterday evening. Seven were killed on the outside whose names have been given. The bodies of the following have been recovered: Williard Brown. Bap tist Julian, James Limb, Angel Dermo di, all married, with large families; and two boys, Wm. Grieves and a son of J. R. Slay. The following married men with fami lies at th...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 29 March 1895

" hyout Historical GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME X. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , MARCH 29, 1895. NUMBER 48. The World Almanac Free at Kaufman's. 1895 THE WORLD ALMANAC and ENCYCLOPEDIA IS A MONUNENT OF INTELLIGENCE. M. KAUFMAN'S NEW CLOTHING HOUSE Af GREAT FALLS WILL GIVE YOU ONE, CALL AT HIS STORE WHEN IN TOWN. The World Almanac Free at Kaufman's. ABEAS CORPUS Proceedings Before Supreme Court on Application of Eugene V. Debs and Others. 1ATTORNEY GENERAL OLNEY .Rakes the First Argument and I. Followed By Clarence Darrow For the Petitioners. WABHIsN(roN, March 2f.--The hearing the application of Eugene V. Debs d others for a writ of habeas corpus release from imprisonment was re ed in the supreme court at noon to Attorney General Olney made the argument, speaking in opposition to application. IIe said the single ques tion before the supreme court was whether the court below had jurisdic np in the case made by the original f)l), and proceeded to show, as he viewed p matter, th...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 29 March 1895

CLARK'S PLANS The Butte Millionaire Is Contemplat ing Purchasing a Copper Re finery and Brass Works AT ANSONIA, CONNECTICUT He Will Refine and Manufacture the Output of His Arizona and Butte Mines. ANSONIA, Conn., March 2.--A dis patch received here yesterday, dated Butte, Mont., states that private infor mation has been received in that city to the effect that W. A. Clark has pur chased the large copper refinery and wire works and and brass foundery of William Wallace & Sons of this city. It is said that the purchase price was 81,000.000. According to Thomas Wallace the an. nouncement of W. A. Clark's purchase of that firm's copper refinery and brass works is premature. The Montana mill ionaire is at present in Europe, but he has been in negotiation with Wallace and there is a prospect that a deal will be consummated. The plant is a very extensive one, and if it is purchased Mr. Clark will have succeeded in arranging to refine the product of his own mines. If he se cures the pl...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 29 March 1895

HIGH HONORS Will Germany Pay to the Man of Iron and Blood For the Next Week. FESTIVITIES HAVE COMMENCED Four Hundred Members of the Reich. stag and Prussian Diet Call Upon the Prince. BERLIN, March 25.-The celebration of the eightieth anniversary of the birth of Prince Bismarck, which occurs April 1, may be said to have commenced today, as 392 members of the reichetag and Prussian diet started during the day for Fredericheruhe to congratulate the ex chancellor. Itsmniarek Receive. FREaDERICHSRULie, March 25.-T-hree special trains, bearing nearly 400 mem bers of the reichetag and Prussian diet, rrived here today and proceeded to the astle, where they were received in a ody by Prince Bismarck. Herr Von oeller, president of the lower house of e Prussian diet, congratulated Prince lsmarck on the approaching annivor ry of his birth, and the Prince thanked e deputies for their kind wishes. .TATE I'I.iItM iACIST,. set in IIslehni-AtIe"A. la.ej yr,'. of .irat SFtls, Huiuried ial to The Trib...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 29 March 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. W'KLI. One er...... ... .n1 One year.......... =.5 Sx mouths. . Six n moths....... One month........ 15 Three months...... One week..... 25 Single opy...... .05 Unless paid in advance tile daily will invari. ably be 75 cents per month, and to.- we.kly $2 per year. $1 for six monthsb nd xl ronts poil month tor' less thim six months. Advertising rates furnisheod on application. 'T'he circulastion of th 'l'rihnoue in Northern Montana is guarauteeodl o oxceed tlit of any paper puoblishe in thyl oati'. Shubscribers desiring tt,,ir addross hanged must send their former addllre'ss e well as the noew address; this should ho reiemnhered. 'HE THIBUNE. Great Falls. Mont. WHERE ARE WE AT! According to the opinion of Attorney General Ilaskell the spring election in the cities will have to be held under the provisions of the general municipal in corporation act as it existed in 1893. It will be remembered that after the codes were adopted it was found...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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