ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Weekly Tribune, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,506 items from Weekly Tribune, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,506 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 4 July 1891

THE LAEEKLY TRlINIBUNE JULY 4.I.IEU4 E I1. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY MIORNING, .JULY 4. 1891. NUMBER 43 NATHAN, 4 e Clothier, I attention to ..eting the ,t anch1ren end Miners. IIIEN cf to I.elve years il lothing busines in northern it rants him in saying he 19e wanted by the trade and o furnish it. LEBRATED OFT and DERBY ATS. .t - _____ - kly Special Sales ; Are very popular. ere will rFceiT e pinnL t atten . Lathax.. (41 G EAT FALLS, MiONT. Abell Stables I4ry, Feed and Sale Stable. d fI II i", New Rigs and CF ( Turnsutni every (dc loll. T. VAUGHN, Prop. ARVON BLOCK, Avenue South, Great Falls. GEO L. STEVENSON, i dware & Machinery. *vels, Spades, Scoops and Picks. I Wire Nails and Spikes. Ag. nts P. Davidson Steam Pumps unrd i. Machinery. 1I 1.2 Ssumi St. N. GREAT FALLS, Conditions of our business Hflh( itates a discontinu- o r at of our Store at Great Is, which will take place ., during which time we ~ ~ Ili offer our entire Stock of thing, Hate and Furnish- -klR s at cos...

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 July 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JULY 4. 1891. ET TU BRUTE!' Well may the McKinleyltes, when noting the war raged all along the line against the present tariff, and find among those who are most vigorous with their blows that old mose-backed, republican journal the Pioneer Press, exclaim, as did Cesar when the dagger of Brutus pierced his heart. Et In. That staid old journal can't go the McKinley wool schedule, and in a sly way gives some facts in connection with the working of a high protective wool tariff which will prove as instructive to the average re publican as it will prove astonishing to the more radical supporters of the objec tionable measure. The Pioneer Press has been reading the Ohio platform and has come to the conclusion that one of its planks is very curious when read In connection with the custom house re turns. The plank is as follows: We demand protection for the wool in dustry equal to that accorded to the most favored manufacturer of wool, so that In due time Amer...

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 July 1891

R DO'S DAY TO WIN a the, Colors of Yale and I es the Race and Boedle (Galore. E OF WATERS IN IOWA, re Swept Away and Hun P of Families Rendered Homelels. kly Iteview Iieports a Slight mnragement in the Buoi ness outlook. NOTIR Eli HOAT-RACE. Harvard) surprlseat All by 1lent itu Yale. ataooa. Conn.. June 20. The annual fournmile, eight oartl. way race between the iale and university crews was rowed this r the ''hames course from Win int to (ule s ferry and was won ard by eleven lengths. 'I'ime, ale's time. 21:317. The record nas: nale nine victories and feats. Harvard seven victories defeats. Pale holds the time arvard's plucky victory is the surprise that has occurred in thleties for many years. aaod rowing conceded that race to nst to a man, and ta strong was timent in favor of Yule that Yale money left at the pool tnt uncovered even at odds of and 100 to 00. Sri tooK the lean at the start ant( head with a rush and their shell ead. The Crimeons' supporters observation train and on ...

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 July 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. PBIIUNRED DAILY AND WUNKLY By THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. INCI arIMrATEnl. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. all subscriptions mutt be paid in advance. fitLtY. WEKK~LY. tOne yi-tr~by msl~irt.tt)t tOn.- year. by mull. $:1.151 Nix rotin lu. iltl six mouths. t..'ii ftlueimnth. 1.11 Throe montlA,' 1.0x1 tine week, by rarrior.2.3 Min.tl-e copy, - ii All city subecrih..rs to Daily elivered by carrier. AdIvcrtisizog rate-r. furnished on application. The ierculati htof the Tribune in \orthern Montant is guaranteed to exceed that of any pa per puhliehed in the state. $nbserhi-ra deliring their address changed must senil their former uddreuss this should he runmembered. Addresu: Taitueua P'aLiIsINI t'OXPANY. dreat Falus. Montana. SATURDAY. JULY 4. 1891. THF: FY1'RTHT. Today the nation celebrates and the youth of the land take another object ietsit, in patriotism. The country will hear the same tasnning uf cannon which disturbed the morning slumber of our forefathers. It will listen ...

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 July 1891

EEKLY TRIBUNE w AV' OF THE FALLS. n WiDlNEMNAY. 1DAILY. age license was granted yestr rahanh Bloom of (Treat Falls w e Jokeld of Sand Coulee. t and eight horse teams are at. h be seen on the streets drawing o ads of tine Montana wool. of pri ceedlngs has been nding a niotion for a new trial c of Martha Maunn vs. C. P. v Metlinley recorded -esterday ment onotract from b~aniel G. t al. for lot Z, block 471. Con teams loaded with wool are k are, and some have unloaded 1 their freight until the wheel tter.-- Montanian. H re were filed with the district t rday in the case of the Jewell I mpany vs. Amanda Comack. i peal from Justice Itace'secourt. t regular meeting of the Great p of the Order of the Patriotic America was held last night. I ble important business was Poole, attorney in fact for the 7 ng company, recorded yester ice of the location of mill site enant to the T. W. lode. BHrker istrict. Herman and Mark L. l'atrieuk. I kee, recorded yesterday a war d front Richard E. Labors et...

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 July 1891

A BRIEF HISTORICAL REVIEW, Eight Short Years Ago all There Wax of Great Falls was a Mere Glorious Possibility. When the Prairie Grass Nddded Under the Passing Chinook, all Un trodlden by the Foot of Man. How the City Grew up. the Fairest Daughter of all the Northwest, a Sturdy Child from Her Birth. The Men Who Made Her and How They Did it The Early His. tory of the City from its lieginninlg. YIoder tht rapid footsteps of tie modern days ,e ite vestige of those oeler. tracer times is faeling faet. ily the tur eid waters of tile oei Missouri where once routed herds of antelope. whose startled eyes n eer saw ie pale face, the eonstant rumble and whirr of huge saws and planers suer the stillness. On the great plateau. erstwhile the eiefule of wild Indians and buffelo. young citiese have sprung up and their lively business hune seems strangely out of place in what was once primeval silence. Thee, red man hae retired before his light skinned brother; wigwam villages are long sincei a part...

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 July 1891

0D. EKLY TRIBUNE. Y Of THE FALLS. ial to in ti, TUJRDAY'N DAILY. car company are moving gF of the line several hundred >)W Central avenue to make t ind proposed fountain. nty ony was submitted yester Itt udge Benton in the case of a Cjh aes vs. Albert J. Gates for he If he accuses him of cruelty e, Hu re to provide the necessaries 5, t Northern will run a special l Great Falls & Canada de aid i t with the excursion train d dire on the Fourth. Tt will th I with the excuraionists after at n. re of July the weather bu tranaferred from the war to a ral department. It is to be ino ncle ere Rusk will change a trifle--in other worda, A. I on the rain question. "' NF office received a very '" yesterday from C. N. Spear WI. Mich., from which place he Job ved. The gentleman enter on[ favorable opinion of Great will remain for some time 'e C of increasing his interest in tEas Falls Land company re day a deed from J. K. Clark southwest quarter of see northeast quarter of the rter lota 0 ...

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 July 1891

1-4 Off! 1-4 Off! COMMENCING :. MONDAY, .'. JULY .*. 6. 1-4 Off! 14 Summer FOR ONE WEEK MN-L * For ONE WEEK or~ Summer Suits and Suits and l'.snally smch ofti z a+ these are made at the tall end of the Thin ClothingI Seasona to work oll atIde and Elni. But we reverse the nenal order NATE WERTHEIM Thin Clothi and start the seaaon with this Most Temnpting Oafer of 25 Per Cent. PER ofAllKind on our L arge maulu.ndaruie Aseortment of Men's and ysl 0 CEN fAr llKinus. Iit,,, The luat.e the Fit and the Workmanshipare all Park Hotel Bloc k n OfAll Kin 1right and your unmmner suit will cost you lnt Th yenta on the dollar. OFF 1-4 O 1-4 O SOME GRAND BARGAINS. GREAT FALLS - MONT. 1-4 Off! 1-4 FIRST NATIONAL BANK. OF GREAT FALLS, MONT. kuthoriztd Capitsl.. . .... 1,t.en Paid up ( apital.. . . . .tus T. E.Collins....... .... .. President J. T. Armiriton... ..... ....... Vice President A. EJ . ck' in............. .... 'achier H. H ..ca.... .......Assistant Cashier DliEcTOCs C. A. Bro ter, John Le...

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 July 1891

THE WEEKILY TRIBUNE. E Ix. ( IUH ET FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY MIONIN1G(:, .JULY II, 1891. NUMBER 48 [i DE FREE r five-dollar cash pur 4 c during the six days July to We will give ten d for otne t ip each E GREAT FALLS Street Railway cement to you to call AND our bargains in Cloth car. etc., knowing that t only get the tickets V ill SAVE o hatever purchases you We have an elegant of everything in the SHOE ble for all classes of rices that will surprise o a good solid EATHER ,,. shoe at $5 cents up. LL)O money by letting this :haste slip by. The offer holds .ood only until Wednesday night, uly I5. Yours respectfully A. NATHAN, The One-Price Clothier. Adtei Stables LI y, eed and Sale Stable. Hlortes, New Rig, and F las t Turnalits of every dc n. T. VAUGHN, Prop. ARVON BLOCK, venue South, Great Falls. 4EO L. STEVENSON, IaZware & Machinery. 4els, Spades, Scoops and Picks. - ~Wire Nail. and Spikes. Ageitt !wP. Davideon Steam Pumps itrx I7lie Machinery. 38 14 lmui St. II. OREAT FALLS, I...

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 July 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATUItDAY. JULY 11. 1861. WHI WOMEN MARRI. In a recent number of the North American Review, Mrs. Sherwood at tempts to answer the question. It is, however, only an attempt. It is not an honest answer. It is frivolous, trifling, untruthful. It is a libel upon women and an insult to intelligence. If true it degrades the wives and mothers of the land to the level of brutes, and men low er than brutes for even the unreasonable creations protect their mates. But hear Mrs. Sherwood as she appears in the columns of the Review: "It is a sad truth," she says,"one hates to acknowledge it; women love brutes. They adore strength. They love, as a dog does. the master." The ability to cuff his wife, Mrs. Sherwood intimates, is a husband's title to the wife's respect. "From Adam down," she says, "women have had in their secret hearts this ado ration of masculine power." And she tells a story of marital infelicities which "a delicate and elegant English countesa" attributed whol...

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 July 1891

RAILROAD DISASTER ton. Killed Instantly and More Will Die of Their Wounds. A HORRIBLE SCENE. ed and Charred Bodies of lins a Most lievolting t to Look Upon. ossiblie for the Sufiereas g Done- Tales of lie ýSaiivory. July 3. - At 3 o'clock this nger train No. 7 east bound ietly at the station at this thing had gone wrong with of the special car and the gathered in i little knot end of the car while the man whistled cheerfully as h smoking wheel to be ht before the train,heavi precious human freight, :bsyond his control. Mean one upon whom all their *e Flagman Boynton-who ward the rear end of the r back into the night with , to ward off danger from e was not long walking to car, not longer than any take when there was No, Boyton was in starting and he not long in reaching t enough from the train he protect. No matter how it was too long; no matter he walked, it was not far re was some dreadful mis essness, or fate. There was sling flash of a locomotive bewildered eyes of the rear of 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. — 11 July 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATUltDAY. JULY 11. 1801. REMINISCENCES. The gentleman whose signature is at tached to the following letters is well known by many old-timners in Montana. lie was in the then territory in 1872 having been ordered to examine the Up per Missouri from the Three Forks downward to Fort Bienton in order to as certain its capabilities for navigation by Jight draught steamers. An account of his reconnaissance was published in a volume issued by the Historical Society of Montana in 1867. It is an extremely interesting paper. Mr. Riberts is now at Pittsburgh in charge of the surveys and engineering operations of the ship canal corimission of Pennsylvania authorized by the laws of that state. He is alsi chief engineer of the Monongahela Nay igation ciimpany. 'h'l( long experience of the gentiionii in his profession, and his intimate knowledge of the several water powers of the country give to his opinions a value not added to those of many others whose estiiiates are based ...

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. — 11 July 1891

N THE GORE BLOCK Tragedy Takes Place in Illock Last Evening it a Suicide--Who re the Parties. --' t.allagher y ling Dead riug I ionCaiouhS atiul ming at the Month t For Three Hours. which was, to say the least, occured at the Gore block ht. [he appartmiente in are let by Mrs. Gowan and e been considered an emin table place. turday evening a toan call J. C. Gallagher arrived with Hi took the room at the end on the first floor. He said he ad man and wus looking for was his ish that his wife i k at the house while he was for work. The couple wee I I .allagh-er is short, has it ache. ble ii es i nd V( s 4 h r ect blonde in uppearancel rii other hand had dlark eyes and was rather a hands lee The ttala had frequent little her was out until about a 0' n ae entered ber room and at time seen alive and con dispute was heard in the veral say blows were struck. vei, is da'ied by Mr. (alla tly utter her entrance he to Mrs. (Iowan exclaiming. "1 what ails my wife. She is the mouth;, and asked tha...

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. — 11 July 1891

A DAY OF GLORIOUS PLEASURE, Your Uncle Sam Dons His Beet Clothes and Opens Wide His Doors to Foreign Friends. His Red, White and Blue Swallow Tail Needing Only to Be Seen to Be Admired. He Falls Down on Baseball, Isn't in the Tennis Games, But Bobs Up in the Football Contest And Wins the Firemen's Tournament and the Fair 4ronnd Races With Hands Down. The Fourth has come and gone. Now that the smoke and noise have cleared away, everybody is enthusiastic in speak ing of the city's gloriously successful cel ebration. The rain of the evening before dampened the spirits of a few, but, as a rule, the boys began their celebration early. By 12 oclock the clouds were rapidly clearing and before 2 the stars came out, cool and tranquil. night's her aidsof a perfect day. Old Sol climbed up from behind the mountains, bright and clear. With his first beams the noise and clamor, which had been par tially stilled in the early morning, began again, to call back the joyous days of 7;, and great canno...

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. — 11 July 1891

EKLY TRIBUNE, OF THE FALLS. TCRDAY's DAILY. ments are at present very ng the Montana division, to a railroad official Great ng a great deal more than t. Northern railway is extend track at the Boston & Mon 1,400 feet and before the of the smelter will be re nd the smelter tracks over divison superintendent of rthern, has returned from a r. Mayer says the railroad na and two steam shovels work. The road is accord. ted. ng deeds were filed in the yesterday: W. H. and to D. F. Smith, for $3,500, k 198 of Great Falls. Great wer and Townsito com Bieson et al., for $400, lot 9, of Great Falls. k's office H. Ringwald has proving up on 160 acres in township 20 north, range 4 ment against the county and in favor of McKay Bros. as also handed down yester nacript of the judgment Judge Race's court against redge for $168.90 and costs, nee of Solomon et al., was officers and member. of the arch, recently erected on between Ninth and Tenth pleasure announce that the opleted and with j pw v. J...

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. — 11 July 1891

1-4 Off! 1-4 Off! Summer Suits and Thin Clothing of All Kinds. 1-4 Off! 1-4 Off! FIRST IATIONAL BANK. OF OlIEAT FALLS, MONT. Antiasrized Capital.. ........ $l~,OO.Oh Paid up Ca pital.............. C.YAiOt T. E. Collins . President J. 1t. Ar .ington ... Vice PreJident A. E.iDickermanan............. ..rashior H. H. M~atteson..........5assistant Cashier C. A. flroaed Itar. John Leptey. Paris U(' Irat Mryers, J. Ste, , J. H. Mc.Knight, J. Hat aetr L. 0. Phelps. A genesil banking business transacted. Ex change drawn oan the principal poinuts is the states and Europe. 'raampt attention given toa coalle~ctions. Interest alloawead on time depoasits. THE CASCADE BANK OF GREAT FALLS. MONT. Ilncoraoratcated ndaer the laws of Mon t April i. INi.] Caspital ..................... ¢i5.O7i liurplus....................... L... ',00 OFFICERt: S. E. Atkinson ............. ..President Jacob Switzer... .........Vice Preetatent F. P. Atkinson ........... .. ashier W. W. Miller........ . Assistant Cashier ...

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 July 1891

Mont Historical Eocietj THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. IX. (t;EI \T 1'ALLS, MONTANA, SATUIIDAY MORNING, JULY 1K, 1891. NUMBER 5 E FREE n five-dollar cash pur during the six days ly to we will give ten for one trip each IT GREAT FALLS treet Railway ment to you to call Ie, AND r bargains in Cloth ear. etc., knowing that only get the tickets AVE 0o atever purchases you a We have an elegant f everything in the SHOE le for all classes of ces that will surprise a, good solid EATHER Vor shoe at 8; cents up. )on't lose money by letting this :hance slip by. The offer holds rood only until Wednesday night, uly 15. Yours respectfully, A. NATHAN, ,;The One-Price Clothier. HE GREAT )w y i. B. Dutcher & Co., vh ds the world as a butter 3 , weighs 1,450 pounds. rbfi. yielded a total of 1,153 po end 15 ounces of choice 365 days, thus surpassing he est previous record by to nds and 63 ounces. next best butter record de by the Jersey cow, simna, which completed the able yield of 945 pounds t unces last year...

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 July 1891

SOLO 0UT TO PROTECTIONISTS The President of the M1issouri ..l Ilauce Makes ler-ions (largea Against Dr. 3Jacnne. HE THINKS THE DOCTOR SHOULD BE FIRED The Convention a Very stormy one Which May Result in a Split in the State Alliance. Alliance Leaders in Kansas Chagrined at the Actiln of the Southern Alliance. SOLD OUT 11 PRtE)TECTIONIS-s. A erssgIus (ha.."S Made AgsI..t Jr.l .13otiIr I oUt-. rni . Ti. x.. July 11. Thm principal feature of the state allia ee eiurvi-lii, this IIrnii g wag the Seiech of U. S. Htal. ptrisiirent of the Missouri ullintit. e. iI chage that 1ir. Muaeut hat itt l out !i r a ntl i nii onittitiolilln to the i roelonists I i. lurthaearuie -f ta bitu t i- the tl irs. pitty uwu.ji i in: at urnt- d i; etlhe Sinuthe to -hirt dory Ceiati tei-. tail . I I-sti s that it (-s nu iiisrauce fir suI. lite disijniest man t, net into tit- alliance but it twui l t c b1, newl a disgca-- if he was lna t turned It out. President hall wis lotaoly upu i pu ia ded. u I Last e light...

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. — 18 July 1891

OF THE FALLS. I7RDAY' DAILY. re. Gus Senleur of Fort among the arrivals in the Mr. $enieur returned evening train, while Mrs. ned visiting with friends. odd of Benton arrived on d train yesterday. she few days in the city as the E. G. Muclay. as of Stanford arrived in Cora creek where he rintending the shearing of ST'homas reports the range ndition and this year's Hit woui if now at Arm cile -ctr from tienlion to I-I rate with his friends and neighbors. ty his pneket was picked and money taken. It was mcned William Kirby e was caeught in Helena arehal 'TrI'at and brought ty. At present heis count e city jmii. The wateb was owcPi'. it sanctumi il now graced e largest and most beeuti of freshly cut flowers ever Falls. It is the gift if nieur of Fort Benten and y that Iadv in he r magniti arden in that city. The braces pinks, larkspurs. bells. ropes. carnations. fe tufts. dahlias, sweet Will ny other varieties whose t be rocalled. the whole in variegated ribbon grass. were raised by op...

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 July 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SATUltDAY.JULY 18. 1891. ABOUT IRRIGATION. That old aphorism: "In time of peace prepare for war," holds quite as good in domestic as in military economy. No irri gation in this portion of Montana is need ed this year. It is not known that it will be needed next year in the cultivation of the soil, but it is well enough for those who are interested and that means about every man in Northern Montana-- to study the question of irrigation and to encourage every feasible project look ing to the bringing of water upon the magnificent bench lands of this section of the state. A convention will be held at Salt Lake city on the 15th of next September for the purpose of consider ing the matter of irrigating the arid lands of the west. Montana will be represent ed by an excellent delegation composed of prominent and public spirited men. Whatever the convention may suggest in the line of the matter will doubtless have an important hearing upon con gress and may determine that...

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