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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 8 August 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. ont E. .. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATUIRDAY MIORNING, AUGUST 8, 18901. NUMBER 74 O :. TO .". athallan's THE E-PRICE THIER, FOR GAINS IN ishing Goods, AND Caps, S ETC. gyp, sh 1181 Ol· IlLi ý ` ` C'^ ý~ 1111. O ý i UISASTROUS RAILROAD WRECK Two Trains Telescope Killing Ten Men Outright and Injuring Many Others. A LIST OF THE KILLED AND INJURED. (onductor Kennedy Tells What hle Knows of the Accident Whiich Seems to Ile Very Little. The D)eandand Dying Mixed up IndiL ·.riinnately With Raggage and Expras,.nge. TWO TIBAIN'| TEI.E"C(II'E. Illeal tld I)ylng Passengtern Mixed iup Wilth the Express land Baggage. tICLIE s:. N. Y.. Aug. 6.- At 4:.A) o'tlock a relief train started from the West 8hore depot in this city to go to the scene of the disaster. Its run to Port Byrorn was rapid and when the train en tered upon the stretch of track east of Montezuma a desolate sight met the gaze o:f its passengers. Ministering to the wants of rthe injured and care for the dead victims ...

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 August 1891

TWO CARS JUMP THE TRACK, A nmlber of People Badly In jured, but Only Olne Fatally. JIM KING IS LODGED IN JAIL After Many T'hrilhrin EIcapes and tRe.. (elptuire+t l is Again Behiind the iar's. D)unn A ('o s. Weekly Irleort ofi Trade rays Husine.s is Dragging. AI.OTII':nR H.ILC.ROA.D HORROR. A Pnc1i-eger Traln I.e Lves the TIrack- I.ist of Killed Mandl lnjured. BsELL.cIrs:, Ohio, July :31. Another horror has been added to the late list of railroad accid.?nts in Ohio. At about 10 ,'clock this morning passenger train No. I on the Bellaire, Zanesville & Cin cinnati railroad left the track three miles south of Bellaire. two cars being overturned anad dragged some distance by the engine. There were seventy passengers on the train anid the two cars that turned over into the ditch w're crowded with well-known people of this section. When they left the track some one cried that everybody should cling to their seats, but the shock was so awful many were hurled fromn one side to the other. ...

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 August 1891

EEKLY TRIBUNE Y OF THE FALLS. ATUHI)AY '. DAI IY. eruy is being congratulated Lends. It is a young lady. by odds the happiest man It was a real pretty little e night before last. dd has received a telegram quo, Iowa. telling him that presented him with a hand I of Neihart is in the city the interests of several min in the Neihart and Barker e speaks in enthusiastic ion of Neihart was in the y. In conversation Mr. Sof the TaHIBNE write up since, saying that it was e most colmplete the town Bell, of Fort Uenton, is in e lady will remain some e will join her husband at o is now engaged in con idence and large business at place. Mrs. Hell is the I). ISearles. the sire of Daniel B.. (hlen ted flyers, died of inlamna e bowels at Helena 'huri's noted horse was formerly Alex Werks of this ounty. Iost famlno; clts were foutld. n for a few years tle prop h Kirkenddl /,f lelehna. clearances fiI the lire days evening were ' ?i.),:ax;. .\t e week's clearinus will not Sli i:l300,i . When it is re...

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 August 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. PUBLIMBHD DAILY AND WKEKLY BY THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. SIN(OcmuI'IItATED. I SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 11 sutberiptin.n nust be paid in advnoce. DAILY. WKE I.Y. (On. yetr.by muil.$10.(O) I ()one year. by mail. $$.0) nix mnontha. " 5.ip ix month"e, 0., Otio,,nth. " I cA, 'J hr.n. lonti t." I.(0I One wotk, by ctrri.r,2' Single copy. - AU city nublcribercto Daily elivered by carrier. Advertlsing rate furulahed on aptlieation. To ,circulation ,r the Trihbne in Northern Montana is anaranteed to exceed that of any pa per published in thle state. lnstdrll.ra desiringl their address chenged mnat asnd their former address; this should be remembered. Addrems: TUBmacs PoUBIs.t NO CoYPANY. Great Falls. Montana. BATIURDAY. AUGU S .. 181. THE SUBSTITUTE SW'IINDLE. During the recent meeting of the Na tional Editorial association at Ht. Paul Mr. Frank A. Richardson of New York, in his adtdrla s before that body, called attention to a petty, but extensive, fraud practiced uponl t...

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. — 8 August 1891

KLY TRIBUNE, OF THE FALLS. E,.DAY DAIIY. to have been the largest of the year was made n last Friday. Twenty eavily loaded, were con atns & Coburn, I)upee & llros., via the I)uluth, Atlantic. in conversation with a ntative yesterday, said was a recent arrival, he more and more satisfied et city daily. He re ugh he had seen the en west he had never seen impressed him so favor lis. and long patient public now why it is that no had at the Great Falls the office were out of days the matter could ed, but now it has run he inconvenience is un re is negligence some xcusable negligence at tmaster Taylor explain? the stockholders of the I'air aseeociation was hehl of J. K. Clark & Co. Inst .re were' present Messrs. Robert Vaughn and Dr. many of the stlckhltlders the Ilutte races that it t to postpone, the ,,,.ee.t st 8, at the same tiite riil ers of Sand (Coulee writes !, say that his stil. 10 years Jelfers. was induced by Ik, to leave the, party with b living (a Mainss river e 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. — 8 August 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. HATUNIDAY. AU(OUST h 41891. T'11E J.11.L NERlI'CE. If there is anything on this side of the unkllown beyond which tries men's souls an(dhlleasures their capacity for enduring public evils it is the supremely wretched mail service that the people of north l1,,tana have endured during tih two past years and which they still endure. '1'They have petitioned. protested, watchedund prayed; threatened and kicked. and linally4 quietly yielded and grinned and bore it. L But at times the old Adan: in their nature could become aroused by some fresh outrage, and again the fuming and swatting, the kicking and cursing would Ibe renewed and then dropped for a season. If postmaster Wanamaker be held responsible for all the sins committed by reason of the nmost diabolical mail service he gives the people of this section of the state it would appear to the ungodly that the whole plan ,of salvation would be ex hatusted in saving him. And this should not be ts,. Thle 'p proipriation...

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. — 8 August 1891

OF THE CLAINS h Encampment of the y of the Republic IDetroit. VETERANS ASSEMBLED. 'ititOlr 1 ill lie I res. i the Ar'mly. iWhio i liHe Elected .(ief and the Next t:. A. tl. e-ltif -Ing. N'x t letl -. kL 3. - The 25tll annual he (Grand Army of the , m ally open in this city F tcnunrrow forenoon. At ua nder-in c-hief Ve\zey !o of Imarch and alft(r an I review 410j5) or .lt0t(t1 pass iefore the ntag .e stand on Woodward ss. been reception day he t. It has been the aisl by the citizens of rol ant duty of waiting n . lies of the defend ~o as thley rapidly arrive, a f the united ccuntry. ittee of representative duty it is to conme into et with the men and lers und ladies of the re give them all ia cordial city alnd en('s't them to aidquarters. It is eiti , Hi,(iNNl visitors in thel r theL gr'eat crowd is not mI nlrr'w mnrninl1, m view day, on which thil isi a soldier oci,- lmre. S d that the iiiltitlude of then aggregate 24 . NI5 1r it will characterize the en encaipenlnt as the molst lI ...

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. — 8 August 1891

SPRING .'. AND " SUMMER " CLOTHING " We are displaying some very choice lines of Spring and Summer Clothing at greatly' reduced prices. - - - - - - - NATE WERTHEII FIRST NATIOIAL BllAK. OF GREAT FALLS. MONT. nuthorized Capital............ ......... Paid up capital.......................... 2'.1.,v OFFICERS: T. Collins .................... ....... President J. T. Armlngton................. Vice President A. E.lDlckerman.........................+.'ahie H. H. Matteson.......... Assistant Cashier DIRECTO k n C. A. Broadwater, John Lepley, Paris O ibson, Ira Myer, Robert Vaughnn. H. 0. Chowen. J. Bookwal er. J. H. McKnight,. L.. Phelps. A general bankina business transacted. Ex chang drawn on the principal poLnta in the statge and Europe. Prompt attention given to collctions. Interest allowed on time deposits. THE CISCADE BANK OF GREAT FALLS, MONT. SIncorporated unpder the laws of Mon tana April of , 18r.] Capital... ................ .............. $75,00 Surplus....... ........ .. ........

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 August 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. E IX. GRE.\T FALLS, MONTANA, NATU'RDAY ,MOlNING-, AUGUST I5, 1891. NUI HEll 80 O .'. TO ". athan's THE E-PRICE THIER, FOR GAINS IN shing Goods. (S. AND ETC. roc 'ý~aE Ml " I: 'UIhO ca HIi LL t ISO, If t 0· d LI urn rsr o,Ir 0 lIe, ,~ it TWO POLITICAL EXECUTIONS, England \'isits Speedy .lustiie 'pon r lHer' Rellious Indian Snh LARGE GRAIN SHIPMENTS FROM DULUTH. PillsInry Said to Ile a Very Hleavy In-ter --He Denies the Ite port. Seretar'y 3Mortinmer Heartd From A Memiphis Ilank President Ihlin rlofor1lled, WIF"T PItsLMIETT. How li111hu,1 l 1e ll. nith Th.Tian hia t.,-. late Her RIiglhts. SI.it.. IAug. 13. Another illustration of the swift punishment which England inliict, upon those who violate her rights or infringe upon her dignity in India was given today at Manipur. when two oi the Icladers of the massacre of the British oltecials in March last met their death at the capital. The two men aho acre executed to day were members of the reigning family of Manipur, ...

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 August 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SATIIItDAY. AiUffiUS' , Is.e. THlE I .l 'E MEETING. Owing to tin- great numllber of horse' that will Ibe uponl tie grounds at thii city and the incr-easing interest beini taken in the .lluinog meelting the direc tors have concludled to add another day to the programnfoc., imaking four days racing. This necessitat(es a change it date. 'I'-h races will commence Satur day, the 15th inst., instead of Monday the 17th. Ift the weather be favorable the indications point to a large gather ing of horsemen from near and remote places and a most successful meeting as far as interest and attendance are con cerned. ieveral of the fastest horses in the northwest will be upon the ground, and as the track, in condition, is a fast one, it will not be surprising if turf reec ord(s he brokten. 11'OW Is THIS. Rleferring to the shutting down of the Great Falls smelter on account of the washouts on the railroad to Monarch, the Ilouller Agie says: "If the railroad clmpany will put its o...

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 August 1891

lIST'S MEETINGi at yl ariy and Some Friends rc I)i~cunsa Plans for a .h 31olltarchy. iin B6E TO SHARPER WORK. , I I ir tit No DIefinite no termnhied s 'Ion for v fi (r'lelallits. H If a Ifsll Throughout the n Their Efe, t Uln I nlg ('ropy. F IMTN' MII ETI Nit. iari UrKedri to Take Ntelm s a M1toniarchiiy ill Frai(ce. . N.- :1 conference of the rleniiat party oas ihetld onse. the residlence in En unt of Paris. 'The cn emphtsis to whatt hais for MOile timte ipast to (l)h political mov.mlcent in intriguest in other coun t to the estallishmeni t of a the (Count ,of Paris at the 11 3} tat there ii. ticreus.ting dii gteat tlh c«unt'c s adherenta. . his due to t the refusal the aria to adopt a policy I greatetr activity than I weld by him. His itad that the movenment of Lavigere is the leader lianne ,.etween the repul- t nd the Vatican is assumr that thriutcn success of i plans and they urge theI I to adolt a pilicy that ithe ,ifects of tihe favi t uplon their IthIllml. ihutlutltittl saUlt...

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 August 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATITIRDAY. AUGUSTUI 15.1M91. AS TO REI'CII'UOCITY. "None of the gr(eat I:urol,ean nations have touch.ed it," sirilly pipes the (;rseat Plalls 'l'ntNilmNs. in Ireard to reciprocity ' with the United States. No, you bet they haven't. Tlihey will probably not be allowed to touch it. because their pro ducts would compeite with the products t of Am.\ rican labor in the American Iar- I ket. W\V wanit no reciprocity with coun tries having tlhe same latitude as our own, but we do want it with countries of different latitude whose products will J not compete with our own and we t can admnit free without damage to home labor. Does the esteemed TiLou-xE understand? Inter Mountain. Yes, the TI'ic-mSI: understands that e the Inter-Mountain doesn't know what g it is talking about. It is "talking a through its hat." Latitude cuts no i' figure in the matter of reciprocity. The a United States lie between the 25th and h 49th parallels of latitude, France be- u tween 47 and :.a S...

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. — 15 August 1891

WEEKLY TRIBUNE, pRAY OF THE FALLS. W1I:I)NYEDAY'M DAILY. Slaurker, formerly a valued typo I Iiitrn.ssf, came in from Monarch ,,ing. Mr. Barker is now con vwit the Monarch of that place. oWing the good example (cf Gus ian, who was one of the pioneer ctoirs and miners of Neihart, two old-timers of that camp will soon I blushing brides to the hymenial Montana Central train from Helena law was crowded to the utmost and Ssleeping car seats were at a dis . This is about the situation every ind it shows the necessity of a local daily between Great Falls and ia. Such a train would pay from tart. iterday's race came off as adver en the track of the Northern ana Fair association. Joe Her I)an easily beat the unknown, b proved to be a little buckskin d Toem and belonging to Frank r. The first race was for $50 and a purse- Dan won. The crowd led foul play. A new jockey was 'dingly put on Tom, S25 wagered ihe second race won as before by Tom showed lack of training. ited States District Attorney...

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. — 15 August 1891

ALL AROUND THE WORLD, A Heavy Failure in Which the Family of the Bankrupt Gets the eat of It. THE PENROSE MURDER CASE GOSSIP. What the Detectives Expect to Prove- Terrific Storms in Winnileg- Fatalities. Dun & Co.'s Weekly Review of Trade --Blusiness Disappolnting Crop M3ovement. A HEAVY FAILURE. But Julngmients Are Entered in Favor of Iome Members of His Fanmily. PITTcrrSR(Hn, August 7.-Business and financial circles were startled tonight by the report that W. E. Somert, the most extensive shoe manufacturer in this sec tion and head of several financial and mercantile institutions, had failed. Up on investigation it was found he had confessed judgments aggregating 8'.'13. 1i4,. The first judgynent was in favor of Win. Loeffler. his brother-in-law, and was for 81iN,tKt. This was tiled in the afternoon, but this evening the following other judgments were entered: E, ID. Qulmby. $58,248; W. G. Taylor. 0t).48o. and Emilia A. Sonae-t. i,4..3tM. Quimbv is also a brother-in-law and Em...

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. — 15 August 1891

E WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SPRAY OF THE FALLS. rATII'DAY' DAILY. n the clerks office yesterday evidence taken itn the timber culture contest eaa T'. Wheeler vs. Edward Powers. e ground in dispute is a forty-acre a t adjoining Sand Coulee. eference to the advertisement of the rth Montana Fair association will w that additional purses to the punt of $1,100 are hung up for the testants on Saturday which is to be tirst (lay of the meeting of four days. , ere will be four splendid races on Sat number of representatives of the r association, in company with J. Book ter of the Townsite company, waited the commissioners yesterday on mat relating to opening up the bridge for traffic before the races should begin. ithing definite was done, but in all liability the matter will be satisfac ily arranged, one source of money-making in the seems to have been quietly over ike. It is that of shipping pelts and ies. Mr. Newbould of Walker & whould informed a Taracrr. repre etative yesterday that his firm ...

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. — 15 August 1891

One Third Off on all Summer Clothing .'.. .. UNDERWEAR AND SUMMER SHIRTS. .- - - - - - NATE • WERTHEI FIRST IINATIONAL BANK. OF GREAT FALLS, MONT. Authorized t'apital .................. $,I(0 .'I, Paid up Capital ......... __............... 'L2 ,cUU OFFICERa: T. E. Collins................... ..r.... resident J. T. Armington ................... VieePre Iicdent A. ElýDickermai.... . ashler H. . latteon .................sistant Cashier DIB.CTOs' C. A. Broadwater, Join Lepley, Paris (ibsnm. Ira Myers, Robert VeoagiYn, H1O. ('howell. R. Bokwetai rr. J. H. McKnight. J. ow r, G. Phelps. A geneasl banking buslness transacted. Fx. ebnge drawn on the principal points iu the states and Europe Prompt attention dgiven to collections. Inteest allowed on time deposits. THE CASCADE BANK OF GREAT FALLS. MONT. [Incorporated und r the laws of Mon tana April 5, lh -l.] C apital ............................. .. f-', Surplus ........ . . ................ . 135.IO OFFICERS: 1. E. Atkinson..... .... Pre.id...

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 August 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. LUMIE IX. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATUlRDAY MORNING, AUGUWT 22, 1891. NUM IER 83 .*.GO .*.TO. A. .Nathaln's THE ONE-PRICE LOTHIER, FOR BARGAINS IN atriishing g G oods,,t AND ETC. o d oa O 0 0 HE CANNIBALS OF THE SOUTH SEA ISLANDS don't need nice, fashionable cut, all-wool Pants, worth from $6.0 o v- ..nd offer them them, but law, civilization and custom compel men to. wear PANTS. from now on for even $5. During this scorching season the coat may be discarded for conveni- There are in this lot many of ultra stylish goods, substantial nid w ell made. ence, some men less scrupulous go a little further ind lay the vest aside, but Come while the line of sites is still complete. Remenbcr %% -eon < here the line is drawn. No matter what the weather may be the pants survive, clothing trade in Great Falls and there is not a thing n stock bul that . are you simply an't go without them. There are no less than two thousand males willing to sell way under price. Put us to 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. — 22 August 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. 1'('I3I~iali U DAILY .tEI) WXCKELI THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. I ISO11 l'itV Th i.. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. I Uit ' ipti.. .anu"t lie. juli in i.Iviuii. (I)." y' %r biy rnvi1.$l"ý."" On " year, b9 ititll. i1.IJA)( Cli." wic.k. h) crr;,r.2,. $jiU{iiliin'iii - All city nlaub.iil"rt.,, Lily liurd libyi rrjer. Mul~ntanis in pta..iti'runii to ini~uni that of any sin per Iuiblicll"i in t1.. utal." ninat sndp their fi,~iit.."riilICei this thiouldI be remiimh.riid. Ailiinii: TiUICINI! I'otlt~tiuCCIC (nI~tCC .rt NArC1IWAY. ACII.UML 24c 119.1. 711.t7' IlI()RhiYI.I 7.TARIk'F. The .\drain Press tells the following as a portion of at cony -raation a M11ichigan fairer recentvl had with the postsister of hie place: "This tiart ii in -cr1 ing ite. I set but ter dowan to 11 cents. Eggs sold for 1li vilts this aIring, tind now.it when the hens are not Iaypn iithin are wuth li1. but we ain't tilt anyp to soil. WCool is us good us iii r was shiriedt . ;ntl it's down to tents beltw n...

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. — 22 August 1891

S. N AND WHEAT SELL HIGHER tUg) g of11 Oorru hiM Let e e1 of Last Week Renewedi nt. '16 11 r~t E BULL FEVER IS STILL RAGING Pleeton one sal IiMhrjiiitedi NM hidii as 9h1.1 I. 1 selling JI'ihiiI WAS IM (Iltii1Ot 'by a iotheq Pe.mio'h of ýý cakiiessi. 't ijt~ it fio11 .n. ofth rung Mharket' Abroad Have a Goiiih º Btste heal to lb with thia Feverish. Itot oh ness Heir. ite ill). 1I t1.e - tiul e J-to. Aug. 17.-- 10:05 a. in.- The citing eienes in wheat and corn which d that urawlerized trading the latter part of ie lig at week were renewed at the opening of Ba te ul airil of trade this morning. Traid orli Lg Wlut' just as wildly nervous as it was n tl uturday when December wheat jumped inl,r ithin a few minutes from tt17'i to 81.0$. yet he hull fever was still on this morning f l 1ul tie traders were intlamed with the or 1s rumletpt of higher prices as a result of Coll tritedlty higher tables. When the tell breio ipplil for tlil- opening of business the - ~ iat tlve becane a pandemoniu...

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. — 22 August 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. 4ATIUTIDAY. AUUil t. 1t. ýllOfT HIDJES. It will te rmemiered that hides were heavily dutied a few yours ago a cent and a half a pound. we believe. It was represeenteil that the dut1ty made the cost of the leather so high that the shoe nuak ers of the country ioulli not compete in foreign markets with free trade Eng land made shoes. Ulpeni their represen tation and petitions the duty was finally taken off. The Inset and shoe industry immediately grew to maniimoth propor tions. Large manufacturing concerns started all over New England; thousands of men and women were employed in the industry and the export hoot and shoe trade soon rose way up into the millions. This was all brought about by free hides a condition which could not possibly le reached by the continuation of duties upon the article. During Mfr. Carters second congres sional campaign. when lie ran against Major Maginnis. the state was flooded with republican circulars sent froem headquarters at Washingt...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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