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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 27 April 1894

HE UCO EM ARMY. gls g> costtlesi a5 the R a*. age sad Capture a Nerthera Pals Train. gk1g Mairel s Appear Upon the gme sard the Army Cmesr to a "Pardo Rest." One bold Commomaweler Arrested and Jailed ir Belag Too Free with His Mooth. Brrm , April .19.-[Special to THn Targmn)--JM) Regasn and his Butte diyf.g t easgt army left their bar. rtes the Wladsor booe early this g saUd sartted out. They went to its traMerW switoh of the Mostese PUise to the Northern Pro-ls aro the sek borm the Pearet amelter, and them awaited the erival of Northern Pall traoght tral. When it reached te wptsth sa0etepped the men hoarded be ega , der, eaboose and box ears. hwM wto ess y S eaurn in the train whik twes lheulieistt to hold all. The army mes plahted their stadard in the eosl bin of the tenadr and it remained these The railroad people were taken h srpgules, The soadoctor reported what hid oourrsd sad shortly afterward order we re smlved from the dispatobher to bea the train into the yards which w-...

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 April 1894

THE WEEtKY TRIBUNE Thea sad New. In a worg printed in 1812. descriptive of the Lewis and Clarke expedition, there is publisbed a list "from the most authentic and reliable sources" of what purports to be the average value and the items of trade of the entire Missouri valley for the precedinog tifteen years, says the Great Northern Bulletin. The Items are: All fure; the total average of the annual trade, g77,971; the profitse, 160,721, or 27 per cent. Among the items were 1,749 buffalo hides valued at 6 each. To give the bualness of the Missouri valley at this time would take a long row of figures; of Montana alone since 1868 the gold output rune to nearly 6$00, 000,003. The putput of Butte, Anacon da, and Great Falls in taking out, smelt ing, and refining precious metals goes close up to $30,000,000 every year. The pay roll for labor in the cities named, each week, is more than the product of the whole Miesouri valley for the first fifteen years of the present century. The coal mine...

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 April 1894

SPIUAY OF T1 rALL.. PUOK TU3sDAT'S DAILY. All the lery stables in the city re' rnt hie Uapr.edeotd lams bumnes last Sunday. Jam.aT Deoao~ mnd Dan McKay ad dr d a polist meeting at Sand Cou. Jue reimag sent a conveyance to Hel eset t odlock Saturday night with twopaigelln. Dora to Mr. anad Mrs. A. F. Johnson, iN$0 aghth avenue north, at 0 p. m. eaterdley, a eon. LEa Well, after a resedenoe of everal es ha Great Falls returne to Helena -to egage ln buelneas. Ama S licenie was' iasued yeater to to . A. Thornyon and t both of Great Falls. belonging to the Park stables ed Sunday with four passen rooud trip was mde io four ealadith belsraigrhters d twere A. of the Park stables onaveyance on Bunday to Hleas containing three Anelent Order of HibernMane will th meeir inge hereafter in Elks' i a will mant this evening at the hour. J. thoree and eleter returned from Minneapolis via Helena by private conveyance to the oadlenne forbidding the driving ee.g and wagon acroe siade kaisSvlted daly. W...

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 April 1894

PmYTTY PRINCEI RIoOu. Vinsy ssat, Nser *t 1M em i Xet a-. The palwasses r eW Mobs, d the stbi eart law oteshioe to be the Modbhas not 5e adopted with whole scled enthu. elmm, lthouoh it has a certain elegance that two pece gowns never attain, no mat ter how rih or in bow good taste they may be. Perhaps the small number of prinoess easotnms see Is dae to the faec that they a extremely diffcult to fit properly, and PRINCESs EVENING GOWN. that there is no convenient way of fastening them, except in the back, unless the front be draped in such a way as to conceal the olosing. It is certain that the style will never be come vulgarized, at any rate, and it is now rather exclusive, so much so that it can be alid to never go really out of fashion any more than fine lace or low cut evening bod ioes become obsolete. The two piece cos tame has the advantage of allowing more variety in the wardrobe, since the skirt may be used with different corsages, especially if It be black, and it is thus m...

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 April 1894

Lies' y T .rsday and Naabers. Ndmaas Srieke's Orhestra *g e-wTlespame Read Wa *rtathualaar . has Elks' hall ia this city had Slogu asembly within its wall as Thurdy tsanace. From CD peeple wem presset of whichb Y leh were lad, and the coa.w by l o dds the most brilliant by the A. U. o this lty. ia's erobhetra pliyed at was liberally applanded. I. Chairman iker alsled the So ieder, and the preosediugs cpeiwd with pesyer b Mr. Usea, a bleslg as the fet and and eled hr a sucoess la the poess: struggle. SawOls beh s e led upon for Il. espes.sed his sympathy Ribs made unfavorable re the truth of the Amo Seat out faom St. SI hV I uponI whomeh Ie the the l ia elogy sit a is k tavor ab I feelabdsoltelyr d of ooue. ooa.deaes l. me shall not be miss " He also had reliable oinrma that the train referred to in the ted Pres dispatches had neer the yard limits at St. Paul. Mr. then read the following telegram: April 19.-Whole system oers ta traimes schedul Our d are restoration for all classes. ....

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. — 4 May 1894

W W. EEKLY TRIBUNE. Siv. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. FRIDAY , MAY 4, 1894. NO. 280 HIT E SIPECIALS SWage Seheste on the Meat.a ' Central as Auget Upon by the Psy gltk Mkemo Trial-W. H. ISems m the Witness $ E el, a.. Over se Sthe strike fts Pradei A, May 1-4puadel to Tus J-Te smJage s d the Greot ked bWst jaticbI toniht, SMhead. Tbe parade wes o ii dnnl thoneand oltisee, i.W ,ly reesed at the end of ustI~e. ed ire and othebpyro made things look like a Fourth ly otertioa. Train service le to be resumed tomorrow. *O INO5OMl DID IT. bh tohe Arbttes. PAUr, May 3.--[peolal to Tata sa.}-The great strike ie off and it by arbitration on the beels by the Twin CiUtle' Commer Oonceasions were made by partiee to the controversy. For trainmen, engineers, etc., remain as they were; track. othe labor in Montana receive per day; car reoairers, etc., have oent of reduotion restored. TrN EANKr TRIAL. eats In the Inadetment Aband oned. A, May 2.-[Special to THE a.]-In the United States court . H. Burgels ws...

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. — 4 May 1894

THE WEEKLY TImuIBUE USoCRIPUTIdN RAYtS. dM t es tbar isssdamni b e 1 to e istW h e mw rai Talaga 00MPAnT Arbitration is a fair and honorable method of settling disputm between sa tioen and ladlviduals. The news from t. Paul Is to the elect that all anegetiatin between the Great Northern ralway odoias and the A. K. U. strikersare at an d. TheA. RU. refused to eater Into an greament to submit the wage questlon to arbitrators, thus terminating the confrenoe. Helena Independent: It is a good time for cool and quiet tong.es. We are going through one of the regularly re curring periods of unrest and economlo disturbance such as the country experi enoed m 1877. The lstuation Is only ag gravated by giving heed to the thousand basoeles rumors that form the staple of street corner gossip, and by listening to the wild aed inflammatory talk of mis chief-making cranks. The Butte wing of the Ooxeyites was captured near Forsythe on Wednesday night by United States troops from Port Keogh. The 'to t...

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. — 4 May 1894

'HAi ' U T O TE"[ FLY. The Baes, Oseyites Gobbled Up by Unele Mam's oulder Boys at Forsythe, Most. The Braves Will Now Rave to Strad Tral for Their Darinulg Escapade. When the Boys in Blue Appeared Upon the *Seae, Oh, What a Change. Foserras, Mont., April 26.--Thuee was very little fuse about the capture of he Oesyites by the United States p. lest night. The affair was bsdled by Col. Swaine, commanderof depeutment at Fort Soelling. By ietde tour companies of troops from Ouster were marched thirty-three to Quster Station, west of here to th rtteat ot the Cozeyits tbbipattm.pt to run awy a rom -¶ who advanced b afurnished by the R io company, and pro westward to th point. Mean the Coxey train arrived here a after 9 o'clock. Hogan either con adel to remain all night or to rest his a few hours, for the train was side and most of the Cozeyites t slumber in their ion cars. About 1 o'olock they heard of the near ap of the troops, and about 200 of who had laughed at the deputy arshals, got ...

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. — 4 May 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE i SUSSW PTON RATES. sA oo subilgemsa ,et obe egito enSe soe" Nols. Mest. Sam Bill, presideat of the Montana Central railway, somes boldly to the front and defends the fair name of the people of Montana against the false reports air culated by deeininog demagogues. 'The Butte wing of the Coxey army captured at Forsythe a few nights ago by federal soldiers, arrived in Helena yesterday morning and were taken to the fair grounds where they will be kept under guard until the United States grand jury, now in msesson, peases upon the complaints made against the "job lot." Ac.ording to a bulletin issued by the mining department of Pennsylvania, the coal product of that state last year would supply every family in the United States with six tons. If loaded on one train of cars, the train would reach one and one half times around the globe, or 37,000 miles. Out of every 0)0 employee in the bituminous region last year. one was killed, and one out of every 200 was injured. Re...

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. — 4 May 1894

rPsrAMUo worn. waot melws. Wool suae Oetm"a lsg rr. The Reporter has devoted in past m os a great deal of attention tothle sub jet, the eeult of whleh is an Improve meat already In some quarters. Both dealers and manufacturers have act .aled to appreciate our eforts and have meabted much laterest in the reform which we have undertaken. Another wool seson is at hand, and in some southers oalities wools are beng preo gad f the inapectim o the buyer. The grower hould not fail to keep out Shis feses all dung les, lose tas ad bule atter trom the foor of the bea r beach or pea Al tbhese tae sad refIse should be peaked sepately, also tbucks' fleeces and sold on merits. If dung looks adhere to wool s eshering, either clip them of d throw t.e way o pweOk themn d.swate inp In.by taking ooures m wlf a bb keteing out his fleees the refuse othe shearing a'y growers still fall to realise the to their wools rsultin from the lisaltwlno. This bea costs only or usix olts par pound, but it is with woo...

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. — 4 May 1894

ON I STANLEY, ON ! Cozey's Grand Army at Reres and Progress Steadily Moving Forward. The Oregon Contlngent Capture An Engine and Freight Train and Move On. The Army in Spleadid Spirits and Confident of Accomplishing Its Purpose. STUAnT, Is., April 28.-Kelly's army began its forced march to Des Moiunes today under smiling skien and with solid colums singing war songs. The Sacra. mento malcontents straggled in during the night and 1,2.1 men lined up for roll cell. Ordered to lReeaptur the Train. WAsHIxoTon,April 28.-Special orders have been sent to recapture the train seised at Troutsdale, now on its way east. The prisoners taken at Forsythe, Mont., will be secorted by the military to Hele na, where they will be kept under mili tary espionage until the courts shall have disposed of their cases. Sent Out to Meet the Army. WASHINGTON, April 28.-Nineteen men who have drifted into Washington from other cities, were organized into a com pany by citizens of Redstone and sent out to meet the...

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. — 4 May 1894

etterse om a Trib .errspeasat at Upper ldilth sad Utica. Over the I'rospects p-How a Pali. heawer Got a Dl4ik. CsUIeUaIe S o! T: 'TRalrcI. J.5orru, April 18.-After a long winter, following the fneania be Juldith country is Umnlln 1i _ra- . While there ma till deep is be een to the coules the ae gr n with oung gras have hopee of good crop. in the mountaint are fuller of auw, pecked in by the of let winter and will, set ftatweal reserveor, insure plenta aid sheep aem to have wina shape and with smail loss . mseo and beelinee dull. of work on the Spotted Gilt impe mina will greatli his eeotion. The Spottec Ipett In aome additional ma ad thesem a rumorsof apro to connect that mine wits t cal fields. There will be mies doa e In this meotioc coming season than has beer for many year.. deal hua been consummated the Bear Park Mining company the Prairie Belle and Amauoc by Tom KiLg on Upper Theen am vaini6 props wing up d ore bodes tha: w an can not fail to pay t returns. * Bear Park com dow...

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. — 4 May 1894

hl Ad.wvemes Osa the Cease Avmy Seem the Neaemal The Ogee Jump Ove sea c. TYempe Dews Shrabbey ate hewer seas. They each thi Step of the Capitol ad Ae Auested sad led Oat ride at the Gremds. Wasanmro* , May L--Ory's. earm was eatir early this morSing upo Beilhtwood beightO with pseparatlio oer a pa.esieo to the capital. Thre was an early brearb st of eg, bread, and coaee. The tests wee peaked lat wapgs and the army w in line be.ar 9 o'lok. All the men peaked staves on which lnttered white flags with thl motto, "Peace on Earth, Good Will to Men, but Death to Interest on Bonds." The men had pemed a cold night, most of them sleeping on the ground. Before the start Oarl Browne formed the men into a hollow equare and put them through a mosat remarkable drill. The staves were handled like guns, and when Browne shouted, "Glory and Peaos," they cheered three times and waved their sticks in the air. At 1C:15 the in duetrial army was ready and marched out of Brightwood driving park and starte...

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. — 11 May 1894

9fTRIBLJN&., GREAT FALLS, XtOiqftAN1, - ,II ºY -, MAY 11, 1594. '"ý S*1HANKS TRIAL Seas sihes 0mg UU.. (I1( I -em * ! 1 toke * u"m . omd hem m itssT witness w ot te ttem thea wmk Witness to hwd eo l sfo, to watle tod $ owed bote w wbank dý AS. tI this and l s was ruing the e e osert !ue td him e Whea this was all oer J. ag'eesket passeutor said soame ad bees oast ea Buars by tbe ; agd st a than let thas by le would wit rw his objetlem anmi let him mewer as to his own s at with the bankt Witness then said that on July 2, 1194, the time the beak tailed, he had overdrawn $127 sa owed a no for 8,087 which was still umpaid. As there was no asourity sLr the bnote se then it had efoVnd tr Meet of ever drafts at ta w with cheoks to p·reyuiums sthis pols7. Asn to cheek or added at to notes when resolvsi. The witaesas also gave a statement of the coaditioa of the bank at the time it closed and at various times previous. Aunser Eliot of Cascade county teeti flad to iais' sammeat list for 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. — 11 May 1894

ya ZhIMLa bgtf Ite Said t j E M iAasmment t ifr a lsere al. t I,. 1Lsm A, My., May &-leinton is seggtg wUth partieas of W. C. P I gathered t give the open S EansU a speoteaular mad od. aagij MadeS'g speech was malnly a red l at hi esurer nco oo sem bgin. lag with the rt election of Colevelad. lMno a demaert had taken a more t adualed ground on the tariff queation r dsoe mae to unity the party on eco- c semia mmeares He replied to the c Sthat h was not a prabticl dis rirbarl blng with great ar M his abo on the oom Iltmtee au a oflrS Se oongrm. The on- I u s aton a his peech wdevoted to d scandal and the oppoiotlo t.o his mmation on moral grounds. Sdeaoaeedadd efd hi assailants i uad said hat time would onafound those who agst to betray his usefulness. R .l to the charpge of hypoori in tg a r leading part in religious and I Smovements while living a double w b1 he sild he was making atonement r a seret in which he dare not con- r et and was doing everyth ing his to heep other from...

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. — 11 May 1894

Sp1lmad's Intalle? e1 Great, The Barliagtoa Will Be Completed lant Bllip Oan tie 15th at Oetelar. Geatrl Manager Holdrap, in con past with the eastert direotor uf the road, arrived in Bheridan Saturday afte taoon ditet from Bo.ton ft the sanual mugag, ecaording to tblheeridan Pat, and ceW lay gave ot the news that the eteaon of the B. E M. from Sheridan t i eoaceostlo with. the Northern P. ieP at Bilting wr a to be made at I The contrht has been let to Kilt p sk Dce & Collin, who bhve built t read from 'Grand rlad Nebraska 'am as w,, & .nMoShane, He ga~ mort mb A ' Bras., M.lt m mon. .L. p and i ohrs sad work will be com sans an these men can get stock sod tei 0as the line. ith soteaty at bet that the Ide Saisi ea lrw ago to Pau, e lie reservation, and the work o Irol this part of the road -sheet twet.sa ie-w begilln by beaked at te fou Five Mile n river, the l has been purobisd and il in route. In oonaetion with this news the Omaha Be makes the following com ment: Latl 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. — 11 May 1894

eta W . Met. I It is esoeediagy gratifying to the ma.y frieds of Jerry Collins, to know that his anomination as receiver of publio moalse at the land office at Helena by tb.1 dant, has been confirmed by the David 0. Browne of Fort Benton has F net yet been cnfirmed collector of cue- A tomelor Montant and Idaho, but hie chances were never better for the t1 position. Late advicee from Washington n state his confirmation is almdet certain. , All indications by private advices and d otherwise, show that the Burlington will reach Billings this year. It I. also an undoubted fact as shown by letters re ceived, that but for the stringency in the money market this year. the eaten. sion would have most certainly reached Great Pallse which is the objective point. i The unemployed of the city of Cleve- c land, or rather the foreign population therefo.e, are in a state of insurrection c A determined leader is only needed to e tutr loose upon the city an ignorant horde of foreigners that would wo...

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. — 18 May 1894

I ... ...... .. .... I - - TEWEEKLY TRIBIJNEb7 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , MAY 18, 1894. BUTTYL COXEYITPS. J4de Keewlees eateanoes ROOeg,.the adew o thie ldestrial Army, to SIx Months. JaeStyTwe Oher. Get Isxty Days and T'hee Heanred of the Raek ead' rile Uo Fre.. Rfnarae, May 14.--peolal to Tu eau.us.N- dSe Knowlaesi the United ,LYdas ourt today msteeasd William ia, leader of the Butte industrial army, to xls months' Imprisonment in the esaty jeil for contempt of court ino .eading moen i taking a Northern Pa ,alp tran at Battd. PhIlip Rogers, en . and James Uacket, fireman, of 'trann, sd fforty captains and lieu te.eats of the train were sentenced to el:t days each in the county jaill. Will dsm Cunningham, orator of the army, whor w aorrqelsodent of the Anaoonds T Mais who went 'lone sae esrso of the Livingston Pos( pnd MIchael Mollloott, who was riding an engine bt was not oonnected with the army were dc l d. The 300 men of the rank end e will e brought Into court the Judge ay,...

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. — 18 May 1894

4V' . in Daw* SIllieverwl sad ..ll tr gew they WeeeL*. Be. S. .9 Ms Yekr bt L. W. KI ?idtessat In Eastern Montana -m. ss Visaing to Alexander ilty IhrSAll Poilts. placers In baw ms sse ty n oeasming considerable ex e* AIiaP lia uasen Montana, both in the bY'lUhL.e and Misouri valleys. Glegow ,'Nils Oity and Glendive, with otba teaos in those sections, will feel ts dS aot men congregated on the ~ o blowing' graphic history of the loss and redM ry of the historical "Kies" mine is takentrom the columns of the Valley County Gazette, at Glas. gdw, Monteana: • In 1' 81 KIim started with hbes quaw dqta the Mssouri river on a buffalo hunt He was an old, and considered a - very flne prospector. He had been ab. seat about six weeks from Fort lenton When he returned with ;..J in gold dust. T'he gold wad a peculiar k ad, not foand in northern mines. It was what is kown as cube gold. John Lepley, now a miilionaire af U G.t Fal., was then a partner of Kiese, and the men had diggins in the Little ...

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