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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 23 March 1894

DENVER'S TROUBLE. lov. Waite Determined to Kigl Up a Row it He Can. The Military Ordered Out to En force His Order of Removal. The Poliee Massed at the City Hall to Oppose the State Millitia. Danvas, March 15.-No attempt was made yesterday to oust the old fire and pollee board, but late last night Gov Waite ordered the First regiment to as asmble at 1 p. m. today. Undoubtedly the governor's Intention is to install the new commissioners by force. In accord ance with orders the militia assembled at 1 o'clock. Long before that hour the streets leading to the olty hall were crowded with spectators. The city may be said to be under martial law. While the militia were at the armory the police were massed at the city hall to oppose them, and the chief of the fire depart meet strung a bose through the building with which to oppose the militia. The sheriff sent re inforcements, armed with Winchesters and also sent a telegram to Fort Logan to ascertain if, in case of need, he could secure the...

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. — 23 March 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUSCORIPTION RATES. Mail eabserl tio aut be paid na eadvaa. ne ear bm,!4P I OaueatS m cl. lSu ce moa =f rr * m om Itt . moutfts " 7 heaer bod oeaie.o tS nle t copy, bee or maneatesmlrs.h on ap lieation. comesuddeot tud Tutedli Noither i The foods, b it tne sribng in g orduln eionrtanse ofsmnis to ,c that of ane pa batr mayhd ie texpect. Sr onsidesring theq ti addrf bshs most send th. fesmer ad res well d te new addres; thij s be rmumbecd. THE TRIBUNE COMPANY, grent lels. Mont Reports from the mountains show k heavier body of snow than there hba been for many years. If warm weather comes suddenly undoubtedly there wil be floods, but if the spring is gradual i. tle increase of warmth, a good stage o1 wcater mlay be expected. 'IThe Fergus county cGmmiesioneri are coneidering the question of bonding the county in a sum sufficient to take up ;.!. outstanding warrants and plaaning t: e county on a cash basis. If this i. iouw., it will be a benefit to Fergus ,ounty gener...

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. — 23 March 1894

A eOD HOLD-UP,. The Night Barteader of the Park Hotel Held Up sand the Cash Register Robbed. Over Eighty Dollars Was Taken by the Bold Masked Robber and then He Left. At 12:80 a.m. Tuesday in the bar-room of the Park hotel Ed Billups, the bar keeper, was talking with a friend when a man with a handkerchief over his fee came in, and presenting a revolver at the head of Billups demanded all the money in the cash register, selling the other man to hold up his hands and shut up, and the barkeeper to fork over the stuff quick, which he did, about $80 the receipts for the day. After securing the money the robber backed out, cover ing his two victims with his revolver, and made his escape by the rear en trance. Everything was done to quickly that nothing was heard in the main office till all was over, though two or three men were talking with the night clerk and did not see or hear a thing till Billups came rushing in with a terrified air, saying he had been held up. PHIL ARMOUR ON PORK. S...

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. — 23 March 1894

OFF FOR THE POLE The Walter Wellman Party Starts For Spitabergen on a Unique Arctic Enterprise. lFacinating Mystery of the Frozen North Likely to Soon Be Solved. Mistakes of Former Explorers to Be Avoided-Some of the Novel Features. 7Nw Yoax, March 15.-Mr. Walter Wellman, the well known journalist, sailed on the steamer Britannic en route for Spitsbergen, from which point his expedition will make a summer dash for the north pole. Mr. Wellman was ac companied by three other Americans Prcfeesor Owen B. French, late of the Unitel States coast and geodetic survey and an experienced and capable scien tist; Dr. Thomas B. Mohan, asuccessful Washington physician, and Charles C. Dodge, the artist and photographer of the expedition. The enterprise is under the leadership of Mr. Wellman, and the three men named are his lieutentants. Ten hardy young Norwegians, ambi tions and experienced in Arctic explora tion, will join the party in Norway, and the expedition will sail from Trom soe, Norway, f...

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. — 23 March 1894

DEAD MAN FOUi Unknowa Man Found Dead Near the Neihart all way Track, t Enght Miles East of Great Fall--lRi Body Brought to This City. ureday about noon a man named Hetfield, who had been out at seeking work and was returning on acreos the country to Great Falls, vred the body of a dead man lying ground about 300 feet north of way track and about eight miles this oity. He at once proceeded to aid & Spitaler's ranch and re his discovery. Mr. Ringwald at brought Hetneld to town and re the fact to the county commie r who were in sereion. They in J. C. Johnson to take his team ring the corpse to the city, which Saccompenied by a TRIBUNE rep tive and Abner Hettleld. The was found face down, the face in and the body slightly swollen. an was apparently about 25 years light complexion, light hair and ache. He was warmly dressed in a suit of clothee with mackintosh, li, and overehoe, bkhis pants being Inside his woolen stockings. No ation of the body or clothing was His hat had apparently...

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. — 23 March 1894

DIIW8 000D. WASH GOODS. PRINTS. have pla.ed on s. ge 100 p.eese NV Drm ag, Lesaedle l.ed Maia, $%oa rd . MM m de veIyS Im SergeU ll ool, iSnole Ilonal It 10e5. 51 .Atlagtlblac.d 4. Enela. wortbho, Dolomi. 1 w e eMse thllanne. very pretty p.u now.o ran u t vt e. eor pretty Diaoaa. inh.worth 10. for tdte. DI, s hey vr Sootcoh Noveltie, 40 1 owo Outing Fnel. 50 difreiat peattelm NEW LACNES NW DIAPeBIR3 a,., wide; a11 oolon; worth 1114., fbr 9½c. AllI new goods and r- NW RI180 NEW UDERWEAR -PATTE OF B1 YARDS-- markably chap. ADree Pattern of ay of then good, wi.th :O wot Woae Bdids , w liln t siat InLi. sps, binding, spool More r s Mlieu ewloA-t all ld. Wl h o. elk and hooks and e.es -R o ew le ota f t preia that $2.9 . than III the other storn comblled. sit ld chf o dg tbacfeom T7T7. . Raleigh & Co CRANKY BILLS. The House Committee on Education Knocks Out the Phonetic Spell ing Fad. Several Other Home-Spnn Measures Will Be Laid on the Shelf to Decay. Congressman Settle Has Great Co...

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. — 30 March 1894

--'- .WEEKLY TRIBUNE. """r LGREAT ALLS, MONTAA, FRIDAYll MORNING, MARCH 30, 18 NUMBER 250 VOLUME XV. GREAT FALLS, MOnTANA, F.IDAY XOR1.l.SG, MAR/CH 30, 1894. PIUMBER 250 THE LAST RITES. The Body of Loads Koesath, the Hun gariau Patriot, Leaves Turin for BudsaPeeth. A Great Multitude of Many National ities Assemble to Do Honor to the Remains. The Industrial Army-Gen. Fry Hav ing a 'ough Time in Texas--Cox ey's soldiers Well Fed. Tonln, March 28.--The funeral serv iose over the remains of Louis Kossuth were held in the Evangelical church this morning. The route of the procession to the church was lined with the munic ipal guard. The streets presented an un usual speotacle on account of the pres ence of throngs of Hungarians in national costumes. Only prominent members of the Hungarian delegation and represent atives of other foreign countries were able to secure admission to the church. The coffin rested on a handsome cata falque in front of the altar, covered with flowers. A guard of...

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. — 30 March 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail snbsoriptioas -aast be paid Ia advsase. Six moathe, 4.00 Tli monuth ,. I)ae month. " .781 JTtheemorutt. 1 One week, Iby arrer* Siale o "p , . Advtetlisin rate furnished on sapliUatiou. Pen serealatloa of the Tribase in Northern loatsna is Mguaranteed to ezoeed that of any p 4 h is the stts . Selberib dee ie their uaddreu ohxnP mst senod thol former Mddreuse as well Ne now addrees; this should be remembered. TUg TRIBUMD COMPANY. Great 8kl!s. Mont. The Inaustrlal Army. This week shows the commencement of a movement which is undoubtedly un paralled in the hiseory of this country. Whether the march of this army will be allowed to proceet.t remains to be seen. O)riginated by I'r. of Masailn, (., to carry a monster petiti in to congress to have an elaborate systemt of roads to lie -o.structed over the whole country. and i!so to protest against interest-bearing i,,mnd issued by the goverment, Fry e(tir.ates to advance on Washington with a monster...

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. — 30 March 1894

UNCERTAIN. ttorneys th Preadergast, the Retasls of Mayor Harrison of Chicago, a Desperate ERort to Save he Wretch from Stretch ing Hemp. w Should Take Its Course and Prondergast Should Be Hanged. ,March 22,-The United rt of appeals, Judges Jenkins, Baker on the bench, this dealed the petition of the at for Prendergast, the assassin of arrison, for a writ of habeas preveut Prendergast's execu rrow. The only possibility of w lies with Acting Governor is chief executive in the ab. v. Aligeld. torneys for Prendergast will argument before Acting Gov. afternoon for executive clem. the grounds of insanity. It is ed bhe will anterfere with the justice. lately after the decision by the ppeals Prendergasst's attorneys a new loop-hole for their making application to Judge the state circuit court under a ute to have the question of the heir client tried. Judge Baker e application and the trial afternoon. Judge Baker's said meant a postponement ution pending the verdict, rlsoner Is found Insane ...

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. — 30 March 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail sabseripteas anat he paid ina ad On.e r.arm s `a. t, C A I ose.t h f. 1$ 00 iZ months. 601 z s onha " 1.00a o .e moneoth. " .70I JThreemo3." 11 O7. week.btp srTesiisI Sin eopy. avortttas rs trnismhed on spplistion.t . Oheltolasleon mo the Tr ibune n Northenl %Iontana is Rguaedtasd to exoesd that of ani p veprients oland ter addes po habeh d mast o tho'ios ees as i te. wlle the new addrnw; thi should remamomibe . THE TRIBUNE COMPLANY. Groat Yells. Mont. Thle ussian Thslltle. As the wheat growing and agricultural interests of this section of Montana are yet. as we might say, in their infancy, and as the farmer is desirous of keeping his land as clear as possible of ;ill obnoxious weeds, perhaps it would not be amiss at the present time to say something about the rest now making inroads upon the farmers of our adjoin ing states. We refer to the Russian this .re. The facility this weed has for epreading is marvelous, and when it fnoe gains a f...

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. — 30 March 1894

HE FHIST HATIOHAL Its Dooers for Baules Yester Moralal-Great Coaldence Shown by the Citiseas. 's Certileates of $137,000 Re* -864,000 New Cash Depoelts. ,100 Withdrawals-Great Sat Expressed-List of Stockbolders. sotf the pioner bank of Great sed Moanday morning at 9 being olosed two days short nths. time of opening the doors peo. in slowly but steadily, many to r congratulations, but a larger illustrate their confidence by deposits. It was seen from the that no more money was going wn out than was actually nec. current businees, and that not the old depositors placing cubash ping of the bank, but also ones were coming with the bank, however, was fully pre meet all contingenoies, having nd for oonsiderable more than for the total indebtedness. the whole of yesterday were y expresmons of satisfaction business men of the city re re ropening of the bank, and of them went to shake hands M. Soott, the president, and urtis, the receiver, to compli on the success result of their effortd in ...

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. — 30 March 1894

PROBLEMS. Congresaman Holman Says Congress is Making Good Speed in Leg islative Business. All Efforts to Repeal or Modify the Civil Service Law Will Be Rejected. WASHIN(TON, March 24.--Speclal.I It Will Take Three Years More to Complete the Work of the Eleventh Census. "This congress," says Judge lIolman, "is making an exceptionally good record for promptness and siseld, and its critics are making quite as much noise as is usual at about this stage. It is always the way. Each new congress scarcely gets its com mittees organized and at work before there is a great outcry that it is a do nothing congress and ignores the needs and wishes of the people." Whether the public is to believe this must depend on their judgment of what is done. But congress now has quite a num. ber of interesting questions before it. among them these: Does the Wilson bill as it passed the house abrogate the reel precity treaties, and, if sti, how much, and what are we to do ibout it? Shall the constitution be ...

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. — 30 March 1894

T NATIONAL BANK on Monday Morning, Bank Will Be Ready for Business. Elected, the Bank Organ d Increased Capital 6 on Hand. Morning's Tribune. * sincerest pleasure that confirms the news given morning's issue; and it is tively stated that at 9 day morning the First oGreat Falls will resume y closed on July 28, 1803. realize on its assets, the t, the pioneer bank of turns to its advance poel only funds realized from increased capital which at its disposal by some wmirers. n we know that this open a source of congratulation only the citizens of Great orthern Montana generally. ukm will also be pleased be umption of business by the al will have a greater in toring confidence and put many enterprises than any at can occur. ill open Monday morning oere,its directory strength every way in position to re sr high position among the institutions of the coun ing are the officers of the A. M. Scott. dent-J. T. Armington. . T. Curtis. Cashier-H. II. Matteeon. Directors: agton, John Lepley, J. H....

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. — 30 March 1894

.ea WE PLACE ON SALE TODAY . 10 PIECES, 19-inch. PONGEE SILK, l2 GD (IInL GRADE NO. I, AT 0 37 1-2c. For This Week _Oly. This is a Bargain W. B. RALEIGH & CO. RUINED TIIE FRUIT The Freeze In the Southern States Proves to Have Been a Very Dis astrous One. Peaches, Strawberries and Early Garden Truck Almost Entirely Destroyed. Thermometer Went Down to Ten De grees Above Zero and Ice Formed an Inch Thick. Sr. Louis, March 28.-The cold wave which began here Friday last, reached a climax Sunday night with a local temperature low point of 10 degrees above zero. As a result, reports are coming in from all directions of a com plication of the damage previously done by the cold to fruit, etc. The statement is now general that the crops of berries and fruits given an early start by the recent warm weather, are now an ab solute loss. Following are some of the dispatches received by The Post Dis patch: Marshfield, Mo.-The temperature dropped to 20 above zero, and ice was an inch and a quart...

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 April 1894

IIof Job Prltlg Whon In NeedN of Job Printing NELL01 45. Call at the Tribun Job Runs. ,r- XV xv. GRIJAT FALLS, MONTAtA, FRIDAY' MORNING, APRIL 6, 1894. N'UMBER 2.56 STRIKE SETTLED kag Switchmen at Butte Re to Work Last Evening at 7 O'Clock. Coacessions aU Agreement Reached and the Strike Declar. off. 4 Ore Trains Running and Resume Work Today at Butte. April 4.-(Special to Tun TRIB e strike is ended and the have returned to work. At nce this afternoon between switchmen and Supt. Cur Montana Central railway the was fully discussed pro and by each side making conces agreement was arrived at eatie all concerned and the strike off and the men returned at 7 o'clock. The freight and a are moving and work in the Montana and Butte & Boston ill be resumed at once and ore ill leave for Great Falls tomor .,MEXICAN JOB." pts to AIII an ulMeer With a yenat and a Revolver. A, April &.-[Special to THE ]-In opening Lawrence street n street eastward it was noce condemn property owned by lber...

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 April 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUESCRIPTION RATES. Mail subeeriptious rast be paid in advance. VAIL!. wsaLt. tiaz months,. 4.00 ti months, a l"I One month. " A .S Treemoitsi " 7 . UOne wek, belarril inieor. espy. £advatltng ratss furnished on appleatoson. The e imtation of the Thribune in ortern iotaatei a La Itned to ernd that of a.y pe Cer lihed In e state. sdvn o masrndlbars deelnr atherly addot n hane ad mlet send theforitl aidde al well c e the new addrem; this ehould be nmemtaed. THE TRIBUNE COIPANY. Great Fall.. Mont. Th'e Bostn &" Montana Miniing ('oil)sny. F'rom the editorial columns of the En. zineering and Mining Journal of March 21 we quote the following: •'Conasiteraible space is given to ab -tract of tl:o report of the It-ston ~- Mon t!na:l .'ll sa I ,lllpl'iy; . not only ian re e.unt of the ihpot ellnce of the conpany t.enif. which is now producing between ' .ait :td 1t;.000 tons of copper yearly, :.a uniiprrtanr t item in the world's sup ;,,.. hut also because thie report ma...

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 April 1894

THE TRAMP ARMY. They Are Marebing on Through Snow, Rali and Bad Roeus. The Men Are Fed Coffee, Bread and Jelly and Get Howling Mad. The Officers Eat Pie and Meat and They Are as Happy as Lords. SALEM, Ohio, March 20.-Coxey's army passed a pleasant night in two halls set aside for their accommodation. They breakfsted on coffee, bread and jelly, while the officers had pies and meat. This caused grumbling among the rank and file but they were quieted with promises. It snowed all night making the roads between Salem and Columbi ana very uninviting. As Coxey did not arrive on the morning train, orders were given and the start made at 10 o'clock with fourteen new recruits who joined at breakfast. Provision depots are being established along the route and surplus supplies are being shipped ahead. Snow continued to fall through out the morning. DALLAs, Tex., March 29.-Gov. Iogg telegraphed the following from Austin to the Times.llerald today: "You can truthfully say that neither the cormora...

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 April 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subseriptios -.ast be paid in edvasne. One eYsr,by mmil, $70 One vest I by iLsii. $1.60 is months, 4.00 months m 1.0 One month, .75 1Th mons." 75 On. week, by earrer,Z Single copy - Advertisint frates tarnlshed on spplietlon. The circumtlioa of the Tribun o orthern ontea is uarsted to emeed that of eal p5 e. pnbilhed in the iite., tSobe.ribe deetrng their sddreee onad meet lend theJl former sddre us eil o theb mw addres; this should be remembered. THE TRIBUNE COMPANY, ;Gnrt 'allsh. Mont. Ring rule, corruption and ruin travel hand in hand. 1R. J. ]itzgerald was the unanimous choice of the voters of the First ward for alderman. Mr. I.'itzgerald has the in loremenn' of the shnring nun and will hetheh, nid. ree" ientativc to the council fr ,, that ward. They are having a tearful shtmer in south Africa. It is the hottest known fIr lifty years. The average shade toru iprature at ('ape Town in February was ronm :I to a." degrees, while out in the...

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 April 1894

CITY COUNCIL MEETING, A Large Amount of Business Trams acted by the Alder men. The -'alaries for City OGiclail Fixed for the Coming Year Ordinances Passed. The city council met in regular session Monday evening. Present, Mayor Gels thorpe, Aid. Cleeland, Sullivan, Roberts, Wilt, Joscelyn, Randall, Jensen, Hanson, and Clerk Clark. A communication was read from the Holter Lumber company for permission to make certain alterations in the build ngs of the Park theater, and the same was referred to the fire onmmittee. A petition was read for building a sidewalk on the north side of Third ave nue north between Twelfth and Six teenth streets. Referred to street, alley, and sidewalk committee. A petition was read for building a sidewalk on the north side of Third ave nue south, between Second and Third streets. Referred. A petition was read for building a sidewalk on the south side of Fourth avenue north, between Park drive and Third street. Referred. A petition was read for a sidewalk on th...

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. — 6 April 1894

HURT THE WHEAT. The Reeent Cold Snap Said to Have Seriously Damaged the Win ter Variety la Some Sections of the Country, Es pecially in Western Kansas and Oklahoma. Some Portions of Illinois and Ne braska Also Suffered to a Great Extent. CHICAoo, March 29.-The Herald says: It is feared the recent cold snap, following a season of warm weather, greatly damaged the winter wheat crop, but is too soon to give even an aprox imate estimate of the injury. Even those in the best position to judge differ in their opinions and are disposed to await later and more definite advices. The crop is thought to have teen dam aged in Western Kansas and Oklahoma, though a ray of hope is found in the fact that the ground was dry. Central and Eastern Kansas is reported to have escaped without serious loss. Opinions on the Minnesota crop are contradictory, but it is likely to suffer if the cold weather is followed by a sud. den thaw. Some farmers think that in the absence of alternate freezing and thawing,...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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