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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 18 May 1894

SAIID A L. i, Phps Rei ver at the Mer ams att lIas, 1till Ma the Sltead. .5 d Knewles A lna Calls Cal. Han do a Daewsn e His Style at Asklag Qeetlees. I HsLa.A, May 10,-[Spe0lal to Ta J Taval]a.}-The rorueexamliation o L O. Phelps, recver of the Mcefcants National beak of Grent FPlls, oooupied U il day in the United States oourt in the trial of Will Hanks. It was conducted r . Sanders. On direct examination vb e n the saets of the beak ea~r j$16400 end liabilities ( .1 l Baders had witaess take Seecb item owing to the bank, a to the nature iof indebted- j Sof debtocr to pay, d how "in e aooente were olesidued. b S d that he divided the a oaree lasses, good, doubtful i He we made to o over ah aenrat eop . and tell why he I It it is the e The bject in , i in. thin wee to show Shr ed not gauged the differ. mssjl itte comrettly. Amne g r he notees was rosta ai d The soRaime s ounth y C a wole u sedoesleb th W itea is o These s odrthee note gien the we- f gud le Omiett exead e t adored b...

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. — 18 May 1894

ERKLY TRIBUNE 10 sa i t aib 01 a wo TM T*I33U1 0mlPAnT, eat Walle. Meat Joa Y. MeKane must serve out hi seatease. His appeal to the supreme noert of the United States was over ruled spagainst him at every point. That $ cow s going to run up a nice bill of expense for Cascade county. Sup pose English will have another trial which willsl .ke his sixth. What s farce. The coonty is out now aboul $.100 in this case. A prospectus of the Northwest Inter. State fair to be held at Tacoma, Wash., has been received. The fair opens August 15, and closes November 1, this year. The exhibits will embrace con tributions from Montana, Idaho, Ore gon, Washington, British Columbia and Alaska. The fair promises to be a great advantage to the states participating. Coxeyites are moving on the tempo rary capital. About five hundred and fifty have that place as their objective point where a grand organization as to be affected. Just exactly what the "or ganization" is for is not clear. If they could be swu...

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. — 25 May 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , MAY 25, 1894. -NNSYLVANIA WET. Dest etriea of Property at PIttasag sad Wuilhmapot and the ied Net Yet. SMos aid Other Rivers I. New wdtk bgl-Miga h Tiles Along the oCae. PIlnmmSas, May 31.-The foods have teme 5 letely a. the Pann sa ad t at o esaebas tweaty Mrirs ernm Pittssg. The tracks sbmeqled In tour let of water Oussaugh to Beennigton, au d mlite hundred feet with the Conaemaugh g y. ending re trViT go over Two. live were days rat bea descended. was a alarm last night when ee o that the reservoir at ot had heoken. The re exaggezted. Pour larg were dug down about a foot in by a wavj pirebly caused by oloud burnst D pache from many s ta oee the A a river report t damage. At Dis and Shrpeburý etratae eenbme d sad thousande dollars worth of arde truack ruined. drain Welobel, d 15, when trying to me a team ne I was drowned. boy we. drowned catchin drift wood. WuLaAssrorr,P.a, May -1-The river tinned to ailr during the night and ly t...

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. — 25 May 1894

rll9 fDle a lae Dhi & sIeae at Uslha t Betle !easnt. *r a other Crees csb zx pla All Abeat the San .ks Chamber fat ommeroe met last ThaMeay at their rose in the Realty Ieek on GOstral areue. President 4eolther being uaavoedably absent R_ V. Bary ated s- chairman. O. H. Holmes appeared on behalf of the press eommittee and stated that 125 gests were expected and asked the ap plhtmant Of a committee of reception not to inllude any newspaper men. On motion the chair appointed a committee of five for that purpose. Variou commt reported progrsse. In rsgard to the pp sad stage route to Aupests, .CO signatures had been ob tained in Great Falls besides those on oan river. The chamber seemed alive to the urgency of this postal route and immediate action was authorised. Attention was drawn to the deplorable condition of the road between Arming ton and Geyser, and the proper commit tee was instructed to br.ng the matter before the county commise onere at their session today. Chairman Berry ...

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. — 25 May 1894

aId Giee kae Sleeted Je Viesmamaaeiee tt G dp4 uses coert* Termed Lose W. Freem d Great Falls Bleeted CSaemader of S. V, aisA, May 17.--special to Tax as-.]-At the state enoampment of s of Veterans today J. W. Free of Great Palls w eleotedl oo.. , The net enaampment will be at Butte. Us G. A. L MNIAMPMaINT. Meldtef Oreat arl ilented Junior Vies Commander. LasA, May 17.- [Special to TsF. .-The Greeand Army encamp today elotd the following oacers: ader, P. B. polman, Butte; as m cod mmander, IL B. F.ik, t a _ vice oommander, F. 0. Iet PalIls; obaplain, Rev. J. W. Silver Bow; medical director, . M3. Whileafot, Boseman. All were by aoelamalon except vise commander, which was a etween Osborne of Boeasean tof Grat Falls, the latter win" In the fterooon there wes a· the Greed Army, Woman's e and are department. lr M oSI coxmryIT4 r.N. Atl ProeIlld to Let the Northerh, Pestle Alone. CLaxA, May 17.--Special to THE vxa.]-Another batch of Caxoyitee, in number, were brought up from p Cunningham...

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. — 25 May 1894
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. — 1 June 1894

THE WEEKL TRIBUNE. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRI , ,JUNE 1, 1894. AT CRIPPLE CREEK he trthes mtrregly Pertted am Prepared afh a liege I 1very Way. An Uset Dl' I Made to settle the Iesnles byitheb sU e Meras ro Arbltratie. Guanms a0u , .d.,, May .1-Despite e b at arultratos the strlkes hae a abated pepvtloes far warfaren, d Iaselu or lggresve Threo new orte have sprine upon Bull bill and the feur ors are said to be o.sopied by l00p men. Thbe ar amply provoned -.4 ra siege In e very way, e tbqý hav"netsý lree sun i A troop o eavalry nhas - and thirty horeoman uo aon i oeating. Tbe nlaer's union will ody the quetio of arbltra -ice. Pr t Calderwood favors this a ,bt as self B etinultend commit '- by whc it wu proposed spoke only for , 4.H ggy:uw, and It is doubtful It the other wine owner will agree to iIt, lb uoem is unuertaln. Three hundred de utis ar camped at Divide .ore hove moa ~lma up troaMid whn the Midland Terminal railroad begins ad aw likelyt o be kept there ndn the effoarts at a...

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. — 1 June 1894

. ..1te Rlatmie to the City anr Me Mlt of the PNre Aasselates eneiei,-M.Nh __ Aniouis to see the Sul Dae. The anamber ti commerce held a reg ale meeting Thursday in their room is the Realty blok o OCentral avenue, MaYer Gslitherpe in the chair. After igtute a the previous meeu 3i l eead the committee p markets reported p r., and adr r regards the ordlnance it was that no definite mite had bass i upN, mad the committee was mady to colaer with that of the board of trde aon the subject. The committee on street light report ed that thlibed tried to eameeting with the oi seamnei committee, but va riou auss bed vegi Nteld. The committee on the Augusta stage line stated the peitions at this end weare ready. On matts the scretary was ordered to wr for assietance in carry ilg the matter to mush influenti-l per sons in the state as the committee might .~t. committee on entertain ing the association reported prog res, and weuld be able to report the coming week. H. P. Roite stated that the Gre...

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. — 1 June 1894

The Juy After d9 6 a 9wea0 p -*a taOlbl." Two Mo Woor aisd by the Cout N Sbealtlug Wham ate Verdiet Was Asammeed. HNLas*, May aI-[Specald to ''n TauNs.l]-A-1Mt a tSal ladting ove three weet, Will Haak has been so quitted of the charged of wilfully ml. app.lag the funds of the Merbhants National beak of Great Fall. After b g out all mIght, the Jury came In this oMnl ap asked tfo additional In etrUms as two poads. OUe was whete soda alnd H nas guilty if they bea e cali wilfully msapplied aatrg ed . ,e other I ad e toe s btNeg Iw o th Buantes anig eut, ,Twithoutoa"ent to defraud abl bethors palyio g t beck. Judge ewles answer wo the etMhO t tOhat ild wou ld. on tY. both . Toher m tbm we owc to tNoe Iof thr o otha 'oolssk bad agreed an a verdict and Saab sad his attorneys were sent for. Whe the verdict wa reed 'Net guilty," there wue oaeidrsg.bl ea wie andone cried oot 'Tan God." Judg Kuoule i ad othmen brought befanks willor the tried atd ired th 10 each . One of them wa the colored ma...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 1 June 1894

RAUS. 5- er~eneal Dmy. Oae sgas has ouaes the day when the lqeda prvivens who helped save a nat!on will msmb with solemn steps among the Igeave o thour who sleep. Each iuo aedial year e fewer veterans and sn graves, sad se long the loving tb kd oat e ade will be performed by the ss o thorn fahers who believed with the aelest Romans that it was swee and besutiful to die for onesa country. Power of mind over Matter. r. James 3. Cochegives in a paper be bh wrttefor The Arena some amusing stmases of faith oure and also of the if tlath in producng disease. His a is that the influence of the Lhagelaica over the human body is billseg. Imagination will not really besak ma's le, but it will cause him t ee t is braoken, and he will have tIbe qaptome et broken leg. D. ooke knewa rioh young man who wes msoe he ad saoer of the stomach. I h hab been a poor young man having Is dig seatlae at $ a day, he would have lha as eage.r. Bat he went to Europe gald emaste the most eminent physi lmis. Hlevih...

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. — 8 June 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , JUNE 8, 1894. STIiL THEY COME pubilesan maeu Are lettiag eel elld t Ju late the pree SMler Bet Wau . Net 1xee 140e RO peat of the Wreas tea'M- e Dens the Prapl~ imosou, Jue l.--The utemean -peaker .eId, Senator oadge, ves BDoows, and Oaneso, republican leadenra in favor of uae l diver are regarded in mon role as rial ofd the plane tione of James . Blalne. It kows that Blale's hopes were the natlons of the wester hem bl mau of sateroontinental recilpea treaties, and &aom Sedn eti lbR 1 tS- I rtt ld l ll#Oi s qdasl ,y a rwith Blele, ae the propo. . Ietlled son the ameu lieio. Mr. most of the southern republics readrfor mutual anotion on for they ar diverusing oountrie, r were t yet ready for a dl tmgi thi whih would cut S tin Impsed dutkle on they largel depend. A reiproc ty wa p In the direction o mutual eoo.perateoo. Blaine' es before the pan-American con dienlosed that his policy em united action on diver, on tariff all subject...

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. — 8 June 1894

aalUseus t esect IFll Tars out b Nmss to Heer the He reto Dead. Swest Ilowere sad Bklsome Are Pla Above the Ashes of Departed COmrades. Again hu the yearly observance of deoraatin the graves of our departed comrades arrived and passed, and again have the citizens of Great Falls (military ad civic) fittingly observed the day. Each annual recurrence shows, however, that our gallant veterans of the '60"e are getting fewer in number, and tloese that are left show the advance of time since their gallant deeds were accomplished and silvery looks are becoming the rule and not the exception. The morning was a clear, warm sum mer day, when at 10 o'clock the Sheri. dan post of the Grand Army of the Re public, the confederate veterans, and the Woman's Relief corpe, with many citi zens, went to Highland cemetery to dec orate the graves. The ladies of the re lief corps had made many floral wreaths, crosses. anchors, etc., and when the dec orating was completed the cemteery preo sented a beautifu...

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. — 8 June 1894

ERTY RESTORED. Reeving tg1teem Yern of a Ltlt Joseph Campbell of fast Beate t b rdsed. CeaU Never Save Beem Cea icted Had He Stee f Trial and aet Pleaded Guilty. iLUwA, May 1S-(-peclal to Tta aus.]--The board of pardons today ved the action of Gov. Rickarde in leg Joseph Campbell, a life oon. at Deer Lodge Campbell and a named Fasier wee convloted at Beateno n 1381 of complicity in the a of Patrick Frnell., a soldier, by other soldiers named Kobell and eampbel's only conntotion the crlme w to aelating the mur .to dis e d the bod of the via -whish be dd under breate. He -antly gve the ath tie h r cu whIch led to the d'5uoveyr of the - am slng his own unwilling la it Kobel and Mabn were nad Fedsler, who had taken no ye part in the murder, and Camp were mnt to state prison for life. became insoe at Deer Lodge wee eet to the Warm Sprlnas sy. where died. Campblls pardon urged by Judge Wardn, who pre at the trial, and who e1 the .boy never have been convcted had he trial and not pleaded g...

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. — 8 June 1894

The election returns from Oregon in dicate that the goldbug republicans have carried that state. The republicans of Ohio held a state convention yesterday at Columbus and, republican-like, straddled the silver question. Gov. Rickards' anti-sun dance procla mation was pretty thoroughly discussed pro and con yesterday. As the matter has gone to the courts for adjudication we presume the question will be finally settled there whether the dance is a go or not. Several papers in different parts of the state have entered upon the state capital location campaign. The Anaconda Standard and Helena independent are becoming red hot over the matter. Hold up, brethern, its a long time until elec tion day. Wait until after the Fourth of July before you doq the war paint in earnest. Let us have peace until then. The Montana Coxey movement has been an expensiave thing all around. To the state, for the pay of the national guard while under arms, about $3,500 will be required, and other expenses of t...

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. — 15 June 1894

" M THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE.E. CrE "I NELLI 45.XL ) Wat, im, ~M. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , JUNE 15, 1894. THE RIOTIN( MINERS Coal Miess and Bridges Blown Up by the l1etiug Mimers In Ohio, PeeIsivaiua and Alabama. The State AUtheriles Seem to ite Powerlek to quell DistarbHaeen ore are Property. WanuaLa OCnue, O., June 11.-Et forts were made today to burn the bridges ae the Cleveland, Lorraine and WheeMig railroad at Midvalo and Dover. At the latter the flame were etin guished by the vatehlnan. The miners tried to drive him away by shooting and the barslff put deputies oa guard. The Sased Fourteenth sad Sialsoth regi. mets are here. Coal trains are run ning. CA(Trm , O., June 11.-An attempt wea made last nlght to blow up the Cleveland, aOnton and Southern ril road bridge at Navarre. It is believed the bridge was not seriously damaged. BaismIaon., Ala., June ll.--The big ineo brld on the Kamnsas ity, Memphis A Binrmnlgam, at Carbon bill, was blown up with dynamite. Bridge. at Patos, th...

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. — 15 June 1894

-A mici MEETINI, 1aMi hi the Qgetion of Pav bGw. lI Ai Is SheWa e the Sub jmt Paving-Remarks Were Ofte Forible. Thesosufil was called to order at 7:30 Tuesday evi. Present, Mayor (eole thorpe, Ald.Rorts Hanson Fitager aid, Sullivan, Joscyln, McDonald,Young, and Clerk Clark. On redunaton of cost of street lights the council committee with the com mittees of the chamber of commerce had visited Supt. Dickinson, reported prog ree, and further time was granted. The committee on cost of new city buildings was discharged. The committee on water works re ported having waited on Mr. King. but did not get say satisfactory answer, but had recesved a long communication from him on the subject, which had not yet been acted upon. Remarks were made relative to the poor service given by the water company in the Boston & Great Falls addition, in place of there being seventy-five pounds pressure, there was not enomuh to water the gardens. The communication from the company makes offer but no conc...

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. — 15 June 1894

roIpNO1Js HliR:S. ive uamstel of a New York Orphan Asyltr Dead and.lievet Others Very ill As a en3ilt of Eating an Herb Whlek They Sapposed to Be Flar Root. There Is Said to lie Little Hope of shving the Lives of the 0. her moven. Tanrtoes, N. Y., June 7.-As a re. sult of eating a poelsnoue vegetable, whblsi ba ld mltakeno for ag root, Ave liit m to of thiO.U tholl listerm of agy hons. died In great agony dur ing tkhetn . 4sven others of the In. mete delglentalt Ill. The hlem b sitouated ia Wilson park on the hdll bek of Tarrytown. There are a~ t0 cu.dlltn in thebon. The boys wee out I4ay!ug in the park in the afteroon when e of the boys die coveid a punenAt root whida he do. elard, after testing, was flag root. Abont desk on of the boys was taken with oumps, uad within an hour all o ad eete.a of the poisonous root deathly lsck. Such simple remne a the siste.4 knew were applied o the relief of the suraeres, but with. t avail. Then physlcians were called roa Tarryten i. & Male 'e...

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. — 15 June 1894

TEiWUELY TRIBUNE We ThIMtat E~srsaulht. Geat fMels today reoives the pres at Meatas. with open arms, and wel omes to her midst with whole-souled be-itlity the men who, above all otahes, have been instrumental in mak tag knowa the wonderful resources of ourgmsat state This is the maoond time I its history that this city has had the bor of entertaining thas amooation, and we trust with each sueoeeding visit the tim of friendship and frternity wll beeome more firmly knit. This inter mingling of the newspaper men from all parts of the state helpe more than any other influence to dilipate sectional prejudices and gives a larger acquaint aoesehip which liberalizes and better qualifies the members of the assooiation for the important work which is before them. The effects of this amocia tion are farreaching in its tendency to elevate and uplift the profession of journalise, and it the newspaper of this state relect the intelligence, energy, and moral qualities of the people we would not su...

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. — 22 June 1894

THE TRIBUNE. GREAT FALLS, MONTAt AY 99, JUNE 29, 1894. TERMS: $1.50 PER YEAB. THEIPULLMAN STRIKE ser'list Lasil t* a satlemeat ats w euo answeem the Ces pay ad its nmpl~e. Is thL . U. VMtenusles a Prapedl Its Was Mies to etablte a Late~Ur s Ceospesy. Cama*a loss 1-!. the aesnmtie oo bo i o Wm Iao aar hd emed i tues /eith the repreate i hele subs oales, int Saled Vies ietm Wke asid he wiald treat einempP r eed--ro t ikeo. .n t he alited ar pler beto 1'b 5 wee ressued to mlueP del galles with latr ito aJem ae mitt to e -arr •th asat ep d pst to the A. itU. Aoeep 0ie womad. tIo ssaisbl - plan wall who aise. Cwonmanz, Jeas 1.-A large anmber of poemaiset Ue were here today. A col.lfsas wap held and a plan .f battle to Jamistwa ltaed. Iattiresad tile wram w se mid giving sm era. that ti lodges womid oe repwont epnot e lona u ei. It w dithat ied wI as ws the lto t o d arbitrd atoes and reoSe wages only fou pert et thi diidi s wiheree the mia spediln ios om e the e p a eight pA e Deent .o A...

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. — 22 June 1894

IIR WUKLY TRIBUNE A WafTmtON mtATES. hmmNgagi ssem0 t e MM M e, ems. asf ther lag d ofr aseS lal.. Te prosperity a ity depends on its qmugges, and the reseuroes a derived from the wage earners, with the rmult that the pay rotll being known, o are also the resources of the city. Yesteday a scribe of the Talanva visited the vari oe industrial establishments in Great Palls and the pay roll for the moith of June paygble this week was found to be s follows: melters and renleres..........871,000 Coal lo. .................... 500 Rabroad ..... ............... ',000 Feunderies.............. 000 Wateri companies................ 000 Floting mills............... ..2000 Breweries .................. 0-000 taw mills and lumber yards..... 5000 Total......................0165,00 This gives a grand annual payment of 1,960,800 in wages paid by industrial establishments, and which does not in clude stenm laundries, cigar factories, wagon shope, ete. To a thinking observ er this must be a striking obje...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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