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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 24 May 1895

most Hstorile Sgou* GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOL1 1ME XNI. U IIEA'I' IVA LIM, MON'T'ANA, I IJ 1.\ V NI A Y 24, 1895. N 'III SI;It '2 ....THE.. Silve Qusto is now attracting ;ittentiun from 3tour leadling shaoe n-iln throughf ijilt hii ' Cunil try. HON. COIAUNtEY M. DEPEW, in ;t ri(eit spi)ich Un this sib ject at I)et rit, Michi, said: "'The I tin r ited twte i', more prusaieroli; thi:r1 any thI r nation., To n e p~ro:,perous; in your husinesS; you unst %'ive the best v;ilui. to yin jiatrins. Peopile ask why is it thbit KAUJF\M AN is alway, busy, whether one coeiis early ir late? 'I Te rea s(n is pl iin: lest viilute for the iiiney ire alway -, there, the quality of merchandise the best, and price- always the lowest. FOR INSTANCE A Fine live Dollar Umbrel la for $3.75, all silk, good silk, steel frame, C iloug( handle, silver trimnmed. (inGul as our .a Tiji '1'(l? N ,, that isn t an it lintiry five rlrdlar i~um rella. Just New(.ived A rhiipmentr I lf k H l b I , , 5 mn. Th( e . -'...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 24 May 1895

IVHO'LL BE BOSS? Presbyterian (,eneral Assembly or the Professors of the Seu inaries. A DIFFERENCE OF OPINION The Princeton College Board Asked to More Clearly Define Its Position. PTemou in, May 17.-The business meeting of the general assembly of the Presbyterian church today was largely attended in anticipation of the report of the committee on control of seminaries, one of the principal subjects to come be fore the assembly. The committee said at the conclusion of a lengthy report: "In case of heretical teaching on the part of any 'professor, no valid action could be taken by the general assembly until that teach:ng bad been adjudged heretical accoruiig to the constitution of our church; and in case of the violation of the charter, no suelicient remedy ex ists in the indepondect action of civil authority, which has the right to inter fere, qut whitc scaot he compelled to do so. The committee reports that 1051aba and I ubuql o have adopted all recon.tsendttions of the general asse...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 24 May 1895

W(OMETAX VOID Five of the Nine Justices of the Supreme Court Have specific ally Declared. STICE JACKSON AGAINST IT Fath, on lucomes from Real Es tate, Is a Direct Tax, and Unconstitutional. WanijMrroJ, May 20.-immediately the convening of the supreme court ay Chief Justice Fuller read the in je tax opinion. The fact that he d it was generally accepted as con give that the law would be knocked in toto, which proved to he the case. tices Harlan and Jackson read dis ting opinions and Judge Brown will the same. All membersof the court re present, including Justice Jackson, roe presence caused a great deal of culation and was the basis for a deal gossip as to the possibility of some t of a surprise for the public. The tices against the law were Chief Jus t Fuller, Justices Gray, Field, Brewer' Shielus; for the law, Justices Ifar White, Brown, 8and Jackson. The clusions ofl the court were as follows: We adhere to the opinion already pounced that ta::es on real estate, eg modisputably dire...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 24 May 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. WZXELT. one year...... 11~i0 One year...... Sic ie s....... 4.111 ISix inonths..... 1(41 On'. nellit. ti .. "'Three months... i One witk......... .& %gOeepyy....... .05 Uuieen r-dd i, advance the daily will inveri ably t1. it amne par rmnth, and ths w--lfly $2 per at""1 r, $1 for sale tmi ho and 20 mints pir Mr00tht iee uass than nix mrn tha. Advnrniin rtina,. ii-aieh~i .It atyirnithonf. 1'k..-i- ,"rlleion ofI I" l'r,* inae in Northern Itqfireri.u Ii. .iearini'' mi tiixn.imwt t~it 'F en)'l Pa i~r ii lllellsI if. rill.- 111.1,, -lre har liiinuleril-- ii«.i,tir.. their wlrs aa mosoli Iloor li-.iiicr nilir rne li well ca the new l-n-nren; this siiwaill It rcmaembixel. til:E titItjUNE. uriat Fitlls. ount. 'Tie, cLunlty attorney oIf Lewis an-I Clhrk' county oan dlug up the anti secalper law and Htarted u prosecution under it. \Whil, thli iv-apmre was pond. ing in Ihle lieg-latur/ it createdr con eider hilt of a stir but sinVe its paseage ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 24 May 1895

OF THE Maturday. May 1M. Nat McUiflin, a well known cattlemen who resides at Sand Coulee, came in y1eterday and Is registered at the Park. J .1. Torrey, auditor of the Anaconda company. arrived here yesterday from Anaconda and is registered at the Park. Judgment by default for $433.40 has been entered in the suit of Lj. (I. Phelps, receiver, vs. John A. Largent and Will iam Ulm. Judge Ienton has granted a divorce iD the suit of Aby Giesey vs. John (ie soy, but denies the application for ali mnny. A. Cunningham of Chicago, one of the company who put in the coal washing plant and coke ovens at Belt, and who was in charge of construction work there, arrived here yesterday and is registered at the Park. 'lihe sheriff deeds to Eugene Prior, for a consideration of $3,137.46, tho intucrest of James Mansfield in the siutheast quarter of section 20, township 21 north, of range 5 east; and Prior and wife con voy the same to John S. Sutphen for Mrs. Hazel Woods was arrested yes. terday morning...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 24 May 1895

HIGH SCHOOL INVESTIGATION The Investigating Committee Tells What It Found--1atny Varta* tions Noted. Snpplemeontary 10 port ;,. Architect Ander. in. Whih Also Scores the Work. Figures Made by Ardhitirt Anderson. Engineer Swnai ingen and En giner it pat i. The followine is the report of the inv~esti:;ntin, r.uminintee 0pp unorite , b the board to report on the ini t-,s of fraud in e. on'ct. in with ti, cont rue tion of the hiclh school building. At tacoed to it is a puppil mn(-tttir report by .Arebitect Andeison and thrne itttii.ates of the amount of '-ork done on the etra foundation. on ty -Architect Arikllt n. one by Pity I:c id:eer S en: ingen and one by 1-hgi nei- iiparti of th . 1 em elter. Pte lati . is s in t o inst r of an additional report. It wa: us-ei panied by elaborate uravingo. ei:ich are almost necessary to fully un.eratuid his tigure Architect Anderson concurs with Mr. liepath in the statement that the foundation will bear the building, notwithstanding the defects he ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 24 May 1895

POPULAR INSECTICIDES. o Classes, Those That Poison and Those That Kill by Contact. Ii seticides are of two kinds or class 4-those which kill by poisoning and those which kill by contact, killing ci ther by irritation or by smothering. The 6npatented remedies of the first class *ie: Paris green, arsenite of copper, Loadon purple, arsenite of lime and gypsinie or arsenate of lead. These are suoletlmes spoken of as the arsenites. They can be used in dry powder form or with water. When used in powder form they should be mixed with flour, raid dust or land plaster at the rate of 1 p0rt of the poison to 15 or 20 parts of ftour or pitster. FORMULA FOR WATER MIXTUREt . pfris grs n or london purple....... 1 pound Liottwu slatked....................... 1il pounds Watt r (to make)..................... li) gallons Slake the lino and add to the paris greit with sufficient water to make 1i0 gailli as. F.r cabbago insects it is best to use the arsenites in water. Milk of lime shi I tfl e made from...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 24 May 1895

i1ighe~t of all iu L evening Power. -Latest U. S. Gov't Report. 4. .... ,,.,*,. )** ALL KNOCKED OUT AccordiIn to the Income Tax I) eikion All Internal Revenue Laws Are UNCONSTITUTIONAL AND VOID Thus Mas sa Tennetsee Lawyer---Only IDities 411n imports May le KxNio . iul..Tenn., May 22.--A start ling announcement is made by Col. Noble Suithson, a Knoxville attorney, who has had much practice before the United States supreme court, that the decision on the income tax has also kill ed all internal revenue laws. In a care fully prepared opinion Col. Smithson says: "Justice Fuller, in his opinion, says the constitution divides federal taxation into two classes: First-Direct taxes. Second-Imposts and excises, and that direct tax must be apportioned among the several states in proportion to their representation in the house of representatives. The apparently logical result of this opinion is that all federal taxes, except duties import, (that is to say, taxes collected under the tariff laws...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 31 May 1895

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XI. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , MAY 31, 1895. N UMIHER 3 IE[P AN EYE ON US!I We will make it iatlrer jug for you. We always do-with the beet high grade goods at low grade prices, we walk ahead of the band. PANTS. Dark Blue Stripe Wor sted $3.00. Glove Caseimere, neat Gray Stripes $4.50. Nice Light Worsted $3.75. A Gray Hair Lined Harrison Cassimere 63.00 HATS. large variety of edora and Stiff ste from $1.00 up. NEC(KTIES. Silk Tie, Silk lined, full band, 25 cents. Two Silk Windgor Ties for 25 cents. II t\I)K1ERCHIE( S. 'urn Silk Handkerchiefs, hIm etitched limed border 25 cents. to(d value or or money back. . KAUFMAN, 218 CENTItAL Al aNl . GRAHAM & CO 4 ELL ay, Grain, Feed, COAL and WOOD. Lt 1ump......................(K It Nut..... 3.5I n Lumr p.......... ........... 40Ii CORD WOOD. ot, per cord. ... . .... 0 ch Stove Wood, per cord.. 2.5 ch Stove Wood, per cord ...... 2.0) e Wood, per load.. . . :i50 Hody wood and perfectly dry. TARACT MILL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 31 May 1895

ODDSOF 100 TO! Offered by the MIarquis of Queens bury that Oscar Wilde Will He Acquitted. ROSELEAF LIPS AND GILT SOUL The Famous Expression Made by Wilde Explained by Him -Lord Doug. Iass Talks. Lu\iiN. .May 21. 'Ittyti wIas iii" lsalitil tiltS l iit lth ()i litail i t court roio t itn Moii Sir I, lita l i'ii rki ad dresslid \If LheI I )ri iitintt uhrns of O Paris Wiile, t hiargt l wiut th t rious g Iisle nmiuort. W(ikio w\as oiillld to th In it nesw box ;it)( :;iven a t'h~ir, as he seeinetu to he brokl-n dowtn. In alisivor to tilt tuestitns he rhlattd hwi Idtrll \firon on tiir s of inut-h till ay it tlt r th 11 of Queensbunrys t';fmnil.1 for years. ;Hil t'n tirel- i tt ni' l ti-hi writtg-s Iut tlt agfiist hiti. Sit I nirlt Lofkwoli. tsollrith r gi-tiral At ttheionittsionof tIir tier itt ('larke's adthires. bgna ,t'a'rt' 'rots eiuaitation of ttitr defendant. wIhiiii last jl over it hour. Thii att j uts l stit LoIr ilufrtl li)i1g1hss was in IVIIris. whither ht w(ta three weeks ago i ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 31 May 1895

THE REASON WVHY Rather Remarkable Argument of an Illinois Mob to Justify Lynch Law. GOV. ALTGELOT WAS TO BLAME Would Not Have Occurred Had He Not Been Too Free With the Pardoning Power. L)ANVILLE, Ills., May 2i.-John Halls, Jr., and William Royce, two young men of unsavory reputation, who assaulted Miss Laura Barnett and Miss Lillian Traper, were hanged to the Gilbert street bridge, the scene of their crime, at 3:40 a. m. today. On the way to the bridge from the jail a procession was formed, taking the boys through Main street. Halls and Royce both walked with firm steps, with ropes around their necks. Royce wanted to see his father. andI a delay followed. his father did nit come. Halls said he was not ashamed of what he had dine. They won lid not jump and were both thrown over the Iridge railing at 3:40. They dropped thirty feet and death followed, liith expiring in fearful convulsions. Their tue's were not covered and they I1 iing sll by side on the east railing. From midnight, wh...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 31 May 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. WUILL?. One year.p.....$00 One year....... 150 Six months... 4..001 Si: month.....1.00 On. month..... 75 Three month..... 75 One week ...... 25 Single copy.... 05 Unlees paid in advance the daily will invari ably ho 75 cents per month. and the weekly b2 per year. $1 for six month. and 20 cents per month for lesn than six months. Advertiaing rats, tornished on appplication. Ter. Tatoveul leaves alt compe' itora far be hind in oirculatiou. Advertisers may have ac oeaa to its hit ha at tiny timo, dasohteorabr deairing their address changed moat eord their former addres as well a the new addreso; this saould be remembered. THr TIoIBUNE. (treat Falls. Mont. It is now said that General Schofield is ambitious to get into polities and be time n candidate for president. lie should rehnember the fate of General Hltneock. Even should he suceed it would he had policy' to spoil a good record as a soldier to ittake a had one in the devious ti was of p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 31 May 1895

NEWS OF THE WEEK satnrady. Mayr 25. Miss Lucy Coleman has gone for a months' visit to Minneapolis, Anoka and Stillwater, Minn. John Albert has commenced suit egainet W. M. Morgan in the district court for $750 and damages. The Chestnut Stockmen's association will hold it annual meeting at Cascade today, to make arrangements for the spring round-up. John Spencer returned to his ranch on Sun river this week with 1,050 head of cattle which he bought in the Mis souri valley and near Fort Logan. Born to Micbael Driscoll, foreman of the B. & M. Commercial company's plan ing mill, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Driscoll, 717 Sixth avenue north, a son. Havilah B. Strong has filed with the county clerk his government patent covering the north one-half of the north west one-fourth, section 13, township 19 north of range 4 east. J. J. Strand, formerly pastor of the Scandinavian Lutheran church is a vis itor at this place now and will preach at the above named church Sunday morn ing at 10...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 31 May 1895

FURS J HIDES j PELTS I WOOL SHIP EVERYTHING OF THIS SORT TO JAS. McMILLAN & CO., Inc. 200-212 FIRST AVENUE N PLIS MINN. EXPORTERS AND IMPORTERS OF FINE NORTHERN FURS. WNWrite for Circular gluing Latest Market Prices-U S .Try Us with a Shipment-: THE WIL[ MAN OF WISE RIVER A Tribune Reporter Iel ns Something of the Strange Beings Early History. .lodge Race Knew Him in Wiseonsln Before the War. -Always an Eceentrie. From time to time articles have ap peared in the state papers about a wild man who lived a strange hermit life in the Wise river section, and subsisted on raw meat, runcing down his game like a beast of prey and tracking it over miles of country without apparent fatigue and with extraordinary swiftness. 1-e lived in a half ruined hut, slept on the ground where nie form in the course of many years had left its impress, and was nearly naked. He possessed an old army musket and a hunting knife but did not use the musket ordinarily in the pursuit of game preferred to run i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 31 May 1895

.. ýfýRMý ®IýOýtýD " ý ý AND ýýýýgý PROTECTION AGAINST CUTWORMS. Rlenedial Measures Are Clean Culture, Fall Plowing, inseectlclle Fertilllsers, Etc. The presence of cutworms in a field beconmes noticeable innnediately after a trop has been set out, whether sweet potatoes, cabbages, tomatoes or what ever else it may be, or soon after the seed has sprouted, be it corn, onions or other vegetables. All over the field plants have disappeared or have fallen. iivestigation will show that they have been cut or eaten off at the surface or even a little below it. In the cornfield they eut off the plants taliost Its fast as they come above ground, and white po tatoes occasionally soffer as severely. Normally the insects are grass feeders or feeders upon low, succulent vegetation and in grass or clover lands, therefore, or in masses of rank vegetation general ly, the moth lays her eggs. Other things equal, clover or sitd land will be most likely to be infested by cutworms, while land cultivated...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 31 May 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U. S. Gov't Report. oy I" - Powdelr W "ELY PUR LAW AND LIBERTY Annaal Sermon Preached by Rev. Mr. Ramsey to the Veterans in (great Falls. Some Incidents of the War Revived and Proper Itednetions Made Therefrom. Sunday evening last there was a large attendance of the veterans resident in Great Falls at the Presbyterian church to listen to a sermon appropriate to Dec oration day by Rev. Mr. Ramsey, the pastor. The sermod was as follows: Trat 11. ('r othiians 1 :1 . 'ot' the w11a111111s of Io but mi t ii I ti u11 (tI t t1 1II ipt llin IIIw n t I II stIInI h II 1 Is. I 1\ Itrid ,a'l itier whi,"h hi !,en a l rI -I I It Ii Iti i- Iii Iti 1 T hat w Ir.t t . 1 i' of ' It i r its If l I In 1a 11dd1\1 Iels Ia 15 01 1111, S1 tlhri l it s soul t in nIthat it Itl ca i r1 i Il,- r;ul- iii ln n'tt I- ~ trhod I i n, e cnl h. is I s Ili into t li 1ln is it I It. I th ill:11 11111 it, 21111 lm1t 111h it -s 1111 1 ;i' tl i nt III " 111 111 ts n gun 14 Iirligr...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 7 June 1895

1oah Iftolled io GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XI. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRII)AY ,. NE 7, 1895. NUMBER 4 Read Ours. What makes our advertisement writ ing an especially easy task is the fact that the goods in our store furnish such inspiring subjncts. Look where you will and you'll see something graceful and iuseful. ANI) 'iT II'RICES! ,.ell, let them do a little talking: I;ile Serge Suit .................. 811.75 Black Clay Suit ............... 11.75 FIne Cheviot Suit........... .... 8.50 \ I'inn Fedora lHat, brown, black or otter, 81.75 and 82.25. I;.lssia Calf Shoe. .1 2?5 and !3.i)o. I)1l we do well by you lact timer. Try u-4 again. M. KAUFMAN, e1t CENTIiAL , IENlE. THE DEATH OF JOSEPH F, DYER Ih, Iasses Away Last Night About 7 T(lc:k- Funiral ,Suinday at alld Ia Most Pipulll' 'ounlllg Tiln. 'ihe very large circle of Great FIalls eooplc who were proud to call Deputy County Clerk Joseph i". Dyer their friend were deeply pained Thursday to learn of his death at the residence o...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 7 June 1895

DECORATION DAY It Is Observdtl in Fitting Style at Great Falls Tlluss a%--Flower StrI'tin Graves. EXERCIS:S AT OPERA HOUSE Ilob. I. 31. ('amplell oi ()lin adlI ev. 1I. 31. (t'. aI en of andl Coulee lake Addrtsses. t ,' lun iai 4in ai s -rni'rilly csI .\. 1,, Tli* ll i (\ilii (' 1 1itli Wi tH t ii i a iid w111 i i cle i l la.," l ii h s ars ;i:d t ri l ,ii " , \ i i\ x. i if r , i.i, i y i ni , i |ill atl rr,1(I hi .r w ith il;l I'fl'.'t .llll * !iltil.ln ,l ' ila ,r \ii V, s. r tl.rii tr'ii .L i i i. , i ;s "f Ibusinew.- u,,r, , u',,.w. , .! .,,, in th\\ It r'ti l'n ll l. a ! lilth l,", 'll d, lP (t iel · thin solveh s t k i : i r, sh n hi n . ' ihle n -ini) I .,'n 11ii i t 1 1 -,, ' i !i ' , also lit eral '.itren s lith o l . ea, pr.-en nrthe t o lonel ; ,n neir,.lit ii grave. on fitedate tlier lie Side by sid? viig bee. placed there be',re the ce'r etery· was tl nut in the early days ot Great Faile, wer'e vlsitresd b the oitte f wi-e side, they f.l ,n , the ..r eteranf ill thit c:...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 7 June 1895

TALE OF THE SEA But Few Survivors Out of the Awfu Wreck of the Pacific Steamer Colima. MANY FOUND WATERY GRAVES Story of the Shipwreck as Told by Those Who Fortunately Escaped. SAN FRANCISCO, June 1.-An Examiner special from Mazatlan snys: "The steamer San Juan has arrived here with twenty-one passengers picked up Tues dap from the wreck of the Colima. The dreadful disaster, they say, happened Monday noon, ten miles from shore. All the rescued are badly bruised. They were picked up from pieces of wreckage raft and boats. The steamer had a large deck load of lumber. When the storm struck her the captain had great difficulty in keeping her head to the sea. The wind increased in fury, until it is said to have been the fiercest storm known along the coast in twenty years. Waves washed over the vessel and started the deck load. At last a mighty wave struck her and she was thrown on her beam ends. The steamer trembled as if she had run upon a reef. This gave rise to, the first re ports th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 7 June 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. W.KELY. One yeoar..........t500 One year..........$1.50 mo nth fr iess .than six months. . On Advertiing rate Thrished onth lication. One weak ........ . "tH insle copy.......a 05 1pr l.or, $1 fedr lx monthr i and 2dcents *er month adfr ea this should be r bere. ToAdve Crtisi rt is i frihed o app vigorous. foreign p'licyN h av t iIs of mIlitore fir rest toind iMon ian ati presen. tis that Mr. Carterc vote his energies to aid in securing a re-U t. ul wars to haverin tbeen expdrected ane Illi unois courtc ecir a d,,e lthat underwil a ts new aiiidries: tuhic ehiuhl ,1· roiulmcrcd. THE TIIIIU.NE. rr,., Foalls. Mltunt. Toh arter isthe Pullman favor mpany a vigorou iorgn nolicy. at is orporate businterest to attontana at gren t is the stat Mr. Carter shall insitt oin a viorous Americanu ol icy in thna, cial uatters; that he shall de vote his encargies to aisked in securing a re urn to iattorney general was mtallisita .\s was to have been ixpec...

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