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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 28 June 1895

ont lartA GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XI. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , JUNE 28, 1895. NUMBER 7 There in oiur Ti It is Perfectly Stresirht. When We Say that it has few, if any equals, we In ,nfine ourselves strictly to the truth. A personal inasection will convince even the i most fastidious that our styles are correct, neat fi all nobby. )len's Good Straw lists- al 50c and 75c m A Hetter Straw Hat- $1.00 and $1.50 M1EN'S FUIItNIHIN(i GOODS a Offie Coats........ ................$1.00 and $1.5 f eaither Helts from ....... ................ S up i h.inrae Ties.............. . .. ... 2c I'p, leShirts, 2 colare.. .... 51 uand $1*.2 Mhlrre Shllrts, collar and oliTe attch 50c to $125 P $7.00 t (nr $7 Blue C(hevilt Snit is a dandy. i li lBlua Serge Luits, in esckse nd frocks at $9.25 are tromendon veilues, duifftifactin unaranteed ,r rhoney refended. ., KkAUFMAN 218 CENTIRAL AVENUIE. 6 THIE MAlRKIETN. I'llle and sles ianaguc to Keep t Goodi ,ll A ver;ae. Nl:w Yoiru, June 27.--Bar si...

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. — 28 June 1895

COWARDLY BAND Silver R.epiblicans Throw 1Ilp the Sponige at the Cleveland CoinvPntoil. THE LAME EXCUSE OFFERED For the tSurrender of Convicitions and Betrayal of the l'eople's Interests. Crieveil.an), June 21.--The assembling of the republican league convention for the third days session was delayed till almost noon by the meetings of olticers of state leagues, the new executive board, the committee on league work. and other organizations engaged in routine business. MIeantime, while the band was entertaining the waiting crowd at Music hall, the leading anti silver men were in conference on the Patton substitute for the usual set of resolutions. Many anti-silver leaders were not inclined to be bound by the compact of the committee. entered into in order to extracate itself. None were however able to suggest a plan that would prevent a minoritt report and the precepitating of a tigit on the ldoor of the convention. The anti-silver mem bers of the committee insisted that they had made...

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. — 28 June 1895

ROSEBERY QUITS In Accordance Willh the Action of the Cabinet, He Tenders His lReig- V nation as Premier. F SALISBURY TO SUCCEED HIM Senator Morgan Thinks That the Change Will Not Help the Cause of Silver. LoNDON, June 24,-It was announced yesterday that the outcome of the dehb erations of the cabinet in consequence of an adverse vote in the house of com- a mons on Friday is that Lord Rosebery, prime minister, has tendered his resigna tion to the queen. Her majesty has therefore summoned Lord Salisbury, leader of the conservative party, to Windsor in connection with the forma tion of a conservative ministry. The leading conservatives declare the mar quis of Saliebury will not formally take office until parliament is dissolved. lie will insist that the government, before yielding the seals, shall pass a vote of an amount necessary for the expenditures for two months to enable a general elec: tion to be held. The conservatives will thus be in a position to attack instead of defending. ...

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. — 28 June 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE' SUBSCFiPTION HATES. Aly, WIFELY. ".e t. ,.".r"..- I.' , m ....... ...... l0 b5.: :', . t,)l'l'} .... 1r., llx ·ul i ....... W.O ,, w ·,.... ........ .I , :'.....r , ....... 0 ?I'i ,n . [ - l( : ... ;,... " l ". . :.\, . \ill hilvari ".r ,.,r, .},1 t,, -'. n:,,;" - w:I1 `t.ll n :,. Iy 'r 'I II1 (Ii 1 t. . INI' I / ti,". T h ts :. i ' .tI ,ii , l 't'ii , . . ".. ft ' ,t r I , tr , .- ..l ,' t.5 e 'ii' *niv l {(ft. ii ' ' t Ilt . H tit IIi i.iht. . .. t" 1 i l, ; 'I i te ]i l ' ,l i 1I( 1 . i ,tit w ift! t . . " : 1 , 1 1/ 1, . tI 3. , t , ' S;if ill.It r it' t... . I iss , l t 1 ' t r," lnt w l8 l ,,uac,!i:ý: a!i i' pr,,. in h lll tall it. T h1w rel' '.rtl ,', ,\1 that ,"u , I itt ti, ir C'l" if12t. .:t,,I , t 1 ,, 'l ir h ,, Is, wi,1 o ,n v x,,, i. .. I a .,is , ,f Ilu bh , n ,e l .\llh n ,f I hf i' ,,' II t1, filu tin. s l d the O #'l i 'nint' , , . i tho "se i iht s.ft th*'ll. T1'h 11:"!:0 ' ,i t i u nn m w ter mutl . E"V.n in th,' lt 1I'ti it ~f ~tile -rs a (' ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 28 June 1895

NEWS O THE WEEK Satsrds v..rlll u 21. Steven J. McGrail. a prominent sheep owner of Cascade, is in the city today. George Goodman, a well Known ranch er of Armington, was in the city yester day. Miss Besesie Murray has finished her school at Geyser and returned to the city. Michael Byrnes, a large wool grower of Geyser, is in the city today on busi ness. Judge D)u Bose, of Fort Benton, came in Saturday last and is registered at the Park. Archie Guthrie, a well known railroad cootractor of St. Paul, is in 111e city today. Miss Iona Armstrong and her brother Homer came in front Cora yesterday to spend Sunday. George W. Parker, a wool grower of Willow Creek, arrived here yesterday and is spending several days in the city. Theodore :Gibson and wife deed to Edwin C. Wilcox for a consideration of t000), lots 9 and 10 in block 40, West Great Falle. Dr Robert Cockrill, formerly of this city, has completed his cotlege course at Baltimore and will settle for practice at Livingston. Laura T. M...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 28 June 1895

THEY IMA RESIGN ThTre Is a strong Ilmplressionl Thl.t thel Bri sh (Cabinet Halies lei lded to (t it. IT WILL INJURE IRELAND RItosebery I)inlng Vit hi the Queen--I)e. eision of the Ministers to be Announced Monday: Losnoy. June 22.-The Westminster Gazette, liberal, says it is generally re ported that the cabinet will decide to re sign. Lord Ibasebery dines with the queen at Windsor tonight in accordance with a previous invitation. The Gazette adds that the Irish members are strongly opposed to a dissolution. They declare l "If the government resigns we have been betrayed. We must have the land bill, It would be a blunder and a crime to n defraud us of it." The government is a receiving many communications from t leading supporters throughout the ' country urging them not to sucritice e legislative work or to resign, owing to a scratch reverse. The St. James (;azette i says: The fate of the ministry is bound a up with the decision of Campbell Ban- i nerman and strenuous efforte are be...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 28 June 1895

A MODERN HERO. His limbs are fixed in rigid pain, As though in iron hands; He cannot shift his trodden feet; He cannot use his hands. tHe dares not turn his throbbing head Or stiffened neck. For why? The handll of a walking stick Would job hiiim in lhe eye. The logging minutes lengthen out In f:taeinoe's dadly hold. He sits and longs, liko Tantalus, His dinner growing cold. No hooded, grim inquisitor Inflicts his long drawn pain. He pays a price to suffer it, Disdaining to complain. Oh, sing of heroes dead in war, But hero I pledge in wine The third class passenger who rides On a suburban line l -Fred B. Wells in Home and Country. HYPNOTIZED. "There isn't anybody living who can hyplloti e me." "Doun t be too sure, Leonora," said her husband. "You cannot afford to run a tilt against science. " "But I deny tha. it is science. What has ever been proved by hypnotisum? It is foolish to argue about it, for I will not even admit that there is such a thing. The shrewd peoplo who go about th...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 28 June 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U.S. Gov't Report. o, ..., so.(:P Pod Fa~e;r" !(i~a'iv~_8r~"~fiu* ~ 4 Silver linocsrat, ''aki.e i1h Iirt 'w o Trick', Electins the 'Tenllllor'ry C'hairman. With Blackhurn ON THE PLATFORM COMMITTEE silver Appear.s to IHave Aheit Eight \oltes to Spare - An Indirect Advantage. L.uisi.r :. ,lutie 2;.-l'romptly. at noon the d ,,lo ,:ratic state ion vetI nItiol was cuiled to ord1 r by Cl airzman C.al'rr of the statMe lun: tt(', wlou spiio:e at lengtih r.,:aruing the I'reitnih,ary ca:n vass, new i ues, the rescult ,, th: ltý: election, at: i the Iprospectl f thel cilutl inIg camipaii n. T'he nIal'll of oe-Co:. gresslnan Stone and IJulve BJrecknler were prt -ented for teillmoralry cllairliniai. T'he rol call had not pruceeded far when the cl airman ruled that instructions were .:,atters for delegates to lettle with their constituents, and the voto would be counted as announced by the chair man of each delegation. The result of the roll call was ann...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 5 July 1895

GREATFALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLU3ME XI. GREAT FALLS, MIONrANA, FRIIAY , . 'LY i, 1893. N IM iER ...NEVER.. Let a (Good Thing Get Away Timely . Bargains We will place on sale this week of the newest aud choicest stock ,, shown in Great Falls at prices ti . will prove Interesting to the shre. buyers. One Half V;luc . Underwear 65 cents, Fre ich aslbriigan, worth 1.00(. 70 cent", Sillk F'inislhed lalbri,!t an worth 61.25 55 cents, Silvor (;,ay iscid, worth :7.ii1 10 cents, White Ilestitchetl,. 'uro Linen II ildkruehi f, worth 2.i 2 pair I'or Ply Linen Culfs for 25(. one pair wor th 25c 3 Four L'ly Linen Collars for .ec 50 cents, Negli~ee Shirt, with Tie 50 cents, a Child's Sailor Ilat, worth =1 Mhni alnd Itry,' l4hthiuig at ,realtlly rF, duced p l'rice. Cirve in anld look us over a.i' I I.. i Iticet. WVe ,II '.od: is we advu:rtili or your inteny bi' , if you 'in'tt it. M. KAUFMAN. .1.i4 E'iNT' iti- AVI ':i 'I:. 1IL f')ItT OF T'I E 1 ( IIT itN () ThI C lsle i , I. Lii. IN Till , F I .' A...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 5 July 1895

THE BLVEI WINS Yale C'mapletes tii Victory hy Al ;aaaat Iii ta n a. t I liar BAD, EXCEEWtG! LY B8O, BEAT Th V:tarilv 'rev )u s Not Mlake Nearly as Goodal a -laiat la ias the Fr e u.nlle'.ll P tin . 'iia ":a ~1 ' i - ' 'l l , , I I i l- , ' I;l ,, il -a- I!.;'t' l I . .. a ; lt a--al.'\ a1"1. , ,+\l, ;ila a Fa l ra ; " I : a ,a al Ths.,. 11,,,i Ia l in_ . ll -. hlL i. . ..' w b. I,, h . h 'r I 1+ at .aa a a . !\. sa ailta - -I,- a a-'' l-'' a i''" -- i - a l ' a l-tl, a , 1 -'' ta -a. t a ': ' . ri-. o r -. n aN I '. ' \.,I- " th T -. N f .. - I ,r ',,, n, VIli t r ih -i I ,:.t II, tmi- ltrhtr C .: it 1.r en,-" n r , . n.\ - i " h. I , ; rI -'I I i Bi' 1 . . . I i . 1 . ." it Smitb, a m ~r u. the reniiCti faction n "rnii.. iti . th a: i.mens IIAN II 11:1 , i x, . t , " .June ._ . ,- l .d .Tom" Sriver tank: all meitLter , the French faction andwere runnin irtrr of J iol. Then is to u hation l i pu Iciin thi scattirioo. inI wat haid inin I l l tariei!, anriver tile viewr.i. i . . thi r...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 5 July 1895

SUPREME COURT Two D)ecisions Inuded I)niw:1 by Than Bodly Yesterdlay lorning - IPa'rk (Contily ('toll t BUILD A NEW COURT HOUSE Without Sulnmitting tile Qu(stion to1 Popular \ote as thetC 1st Wil Exceed t, 10o,000r. 81 ,ti I.IE.I.ENA, July l1.--'I'Th, cil.tron court handed down the following dv: isione this morning. (hMarles It. Il-llfrlin, p plaintiff and respondent. vs. teiorge T. Chambers ot al, cumumieeioners of Park county, and II. .. Wolcott, defendants. This action was brought by the respond-I ent, a taxpayer of Park county, to re- r strain the defendants from carrying out a contract entered into between the commissioners and Wolcott for the erec tion by the latter of a courthouse. The case was tried upon an agreed statement I of facts. The judgment of the court perpetually enjoined the defendants from carrying out the contract or paying any moneys to Wolcott for the same, The ground for injunction relied upon by plaintiff as follows: The contract with Wolcott was to erect a ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 5 July 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILI. WIKELY. (n year.... 00 l e yr....... 50 :in uth.. 4.'I 1 e onthe....... Io One montb........ . hree ntarhs...... One week .......... 2 a5 inNitge Copy...... .'. Unleass pid in advance the daily will iart ably be 75 ontr p, ai nth. and the we.kly 2 penr 'ear, $t fr l n z Ino r , and '- r'Pt' I,-r ,uninth for lean than nix ",,,tt. h Advertislni ret.,- e;rajell in l,mptication. e ... . it ,,a,. k . .. :,,I3 ti +... ,; 1t rllt.lb· , r .l,1 ..il,.g t T' ln-q . !re{ ,bl r rh..l: I ee::1 s tl t-iir I r. t , a. ,, w ll . tl, n . , ld rlte , 1 a1: ,,n b,,i le ra vyl-,t l v'. TI' .E T'I IIL NI.'. Irent E. l. .l Mtnt. (71~ 4))) I o In r !t'i rif Iia -tttirieh iI NorthII I)44k tft fl 14' urrjvHO of ttint 1 n~)4 4lllil~: 4)1).))))' lT 1 4) 44111. i !. II ii, If an - 10I 1. 4)44) ru' I u ! , f .;.ntc. .II * )-11 a l ý .· 4 .42 ' :'k t ·- · 4 1· f. II . 14I'..24· ... ,. ) :' 4<:4 4', 14,.1; ,Ilt, it '. "i I 4.2 : , :; )')4j' ,' , . ! 12,' , i.: 442)...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 5 July 1895

NEWS O TE XVWEEK r.!;. E Natudit. 4tal 10 Judge McConnell returna this morn ing to Helena. a Sheritff Dwyer laves this morning for J 1)scr Lodge, whither he will take Young, sentenced for one year for burglary. V The Florence mine, one of the leading l properties of the great camp of NeRhart, 8 is expected to pay another dividend at a very early date. J, E. Dawson of Butte, general agent t of the Montana Central at Ia'tte. was in town yesterday, The major was shak ing hands with his lnerotuei frwt'ntlf in thle vicinity. 'lThos. Mc ionvorn with his dlithling , util t pas-ed through town this wt', ., i en route to Maj. Steell' Ishs. 'n Ihrt h pl cr iek, where hin will take' sut an irri it nation ditch.-D)uput.)r Acnitha, t, 'lie county coilllllu i sfiloners t y).ster' dil? in speiael evssion. A plId was lillk biy ;. II, Stanton incrl iili ii tract of 1i oil adjoining North (treat I'alls. l'lT e board will continuti in eessli several,t Ii..(pli)n: it il I(l\ (,utr. \ IWvr 'r ti il. t r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 5 July 1895

TWO EXECUTCIONS (Clay Pugh Pa, lith ' Ieath Piln' 1ty For the .Iurlldr If I 'uto141(1 ih'eaune W. \et, ELECTRICITY AND THE HEVlP I~~~r.~l Hr_ ltlaw I-ro V'11 iuurrii ng paid t!e i,.'!l . .' ilTitY I the' iturdtr of ioi att r tA Ar"t nitiri !lutte last I' )ti in .\t a it I. a f 11tPlubt' ipasrt ICl O'clock i : ' t . " iT1 frolr it cell into ta re jpil .ari"d.i I. .ri (;11d liain io hItIs rt.. ant I 11'. uty S htrill' alh ford on 1,is it lt c party f,.,.' 1tid,.er shor:tl s':.'..:, unt rh i th' i t'af fold. where II" , t; \V. 1tk.tt1 rsv l ui verse of scripi :ut trmi ti:e fou rth ierse of the twe t)-'t i:-t i - ut! , and also tii a ftv reu arkit . ':,l , ,- : w'i re t i t! bound about Iha t le' and the 'i", : ciap [put on anru the o'.' [.,it e t nttc', by S'ti er' a . I .I .u. e 1 \\a s t' I; by Pugho to pu' it o ii''o'" at., tihIt andt pull it urp. A trinrte or tao fulitwed and at a given signal a sihap ,raci' wis heard and Pugh totuc, a dr;op of forty inches into eterni t. I)rs. L.t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 5 July 1895

.r.,,q' a Sy>ulicate, Yacht. \Vh ch - - lE AILS " (oNiLt, FRIT Amlr I IE AILSA AND BRFITAiA (ive lantm Atll lieh:iatta lsts ta ',irtnii ih t. ,i vlr-i . S tland,. .Jui e 2'.I- t ie ihight yacht racing opened toiday th the regatta of the Itegacl Northern cht club. The, weather was warm. cormcus crowds assembled aurly to tncs the lirst race of the Valkyrie ., Ir'inraven's syndicate yacht. which Il e 1i [ ii upOl as almost certain crlua the ocean aiiin race ftr A ulllriai' p. I Ecursion steuamers 't)lcluc t thou is 1' visitors from iciasgow and aill rti of Scotland. 'the racing program ilpisi,-d eleven contests, but interest nterel Iin the race Ior the big yachts cee iivg forty rating cand fir the ten I twenuty raters. The course of the yachts today is fifty miles. 'The first ize is c175, second :25,, The course r yachts above ten and exseelin :enty rating is thirty-one miles. Val tie till. is rated 1tc and gives the ilea, e-tiimated rate 16;0, two mliinutes id ilftyuine secondc. Th...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 5 July 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Bking cards PO~D. AREGl·~·. l i·r·;·29?~~7Fi ~wfiSPM Stop at Sttii rllK I'aeilie Ex rt- iii the 'iI:to. BUT DO NOT H1NO VERY MUCH boundy t'ctn l tII I I'jt a I intl r ei t h i :i it) \ill mi' g l it i ii ll it t l'1 ii-e ciii ltdl Car ii t, Ii ail i I11 t) iti. Souther( 1!: ;t \iiie !;la r an t tr rl·t air It Irittboitnd wa I' Nj t ant tit! v iat!(,:I ifl ucit tvyi tI 'l l i w tn I : ti (icI: I I I) i :·IIII i I 1)('di~l l (1 I ( tll e I. a tiir cc nicrd too th 1' L i:) r burg? -.~l~. `,tick, ,+t dyuau 1il I %%err. ;lall( by tilt r i t g the !i i ! ,: o l' her t ! I, ;& L'! 3000,u t1 of the iItti a ri I! j r l ne ill it!'hit i tIto t ti to ' i tt calt tri. l ii-rced ititi li ll'It litt ittt,tt fromtt o ,lT1ih:o I~in hot I it;,i5 tot )., l i~th I I Kearni. '. i i t 1, it tIT :t. ult ld l th ir ut ir ' i; . 1n 1.u ;tl~ttI elr ig f tit r i,,:t u . 1:4 t w pt :rttt-it .\tr It la-t,' %-til rcfr\ dttii' at-it-~ - It- Ii~i ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 12 July 1895

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. V'L()IJIME XI. G(TREAT FALLS,, MiONTANA, '"' I).\1 ,I . I'L' 12, 1 89.. 1 I t I ? ...N EVER... Let a (Good Thing Get Away! Timely . Bargains 'Ve will place on sale this week one of the newest and choicest stuck ever shown in Great Falls at prices that will prove interesting to the shrewd buyers. One-Half Value . Underwear 65 cents, French Balbriggan, worth 81.00 70 cents, Silk Finished Balbriggan, worth 81.25 55 cents, Silver t ray Mixed, worth l1.00i 10 cents, White IIomstitched, Pure Linen I[andkerchief worth 21c 2 pair Four Ply Linen Culft for 2M. one pair worth 2ic 3 Four Ply Linen Collars for 25ei 50 cents, Negligee Shirt, with Tio 50 cents, a Child's Sailor Ilat, worth ,1 1lin and Boys' ('lothing at greatly re duced prices. Colne in and look us over and Ih con ,inced. We sell geode as wi a lverti.e or your money hack if you want it. M KAUFMAN. 218 CIENTIAL A'VENUE. A FEW OF OUR.... ..Daily Bargains Comnipare them with credit Prices. I Oc 0/. Bottle ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 12 July 1895

SECTARIAN WAR The ee 'e of a Ilicnii of ierlniln 'athuolie i n I . .t Eal a lI tsW a t iltihi li. THREE MEN AND ONE WOMAN lish, IniJ, say : f t fridht ful pic ie riit ,t ! '.riai, in whictl thrIee persons ',ver i, 1,, m.l tifty w;urd, r " - senm bi ,e a b CttlI Ii8 0 a fb-r it ''er ,, en counter. wivthI ti, ,N.x ,titni that tL.e loeadt anl t i woutn l ' ,li t' li'Ien r. l t' , d. IBroken bottles, 'lubs ;r I . ,,ir'ctrnd chairs cut-.,r t, ,'t till for 1 .If I n a Cr.n 'T 'h e . o d t t r n , j t t : , t tr' 1- h! :,, l .-. is t ,lit ed wit, bI, , anI bit, ,, :,,' lent,' t tr " arc·e strewn iy , . t t thlre -Va= u , i na ,ri,'"u [ tt., betwre t, 1 1: I . ll; ,I i ' It .In s and thg ,r oplp ,: in t, `.'i Ity, i l though th 'er, .'1'. . t a r})' I..: . . , countt's' is tis: ttu., t :aIL t ht ft""!i'L I,t bigotry a " . T;,r,,;t. .c r r t , t t .' . t , ,, ..,t .i, , dresu t'. 1 tt!, ·'. l·.ti,.,:ll w p u, ,. I I taul ' . h 'al t ,: i. . TW aUtl: [ 11,,'0 V l ' IL I ,," ,': ' I'r. T 'rlt,...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 12 July 1895

RESTRAIN VOGEL Is the Order to Judge IMinton Fromn the Suplelllme (lCourt inl the Paving Suit. THE JUDGES WANT THE FACTS Ilefor'e They IDeterine the 'hints of L Cw Involvd-the ( nr cile. CouilI y as.H.. iiieciii to thoi rihulr.. II .iL.irN. July H.--In tie c:ae of Wii uer Atkinson et al,, plainttlfl a id appel lants, versus thi city (if' ;treat Ialls, Ienry Vogal et ial.. ldefelndants and re lpondents, the supreill;t court says: "It would seem that if the city has taken the proper stepo utnder the lawi to a;ettess the property abtuttiing on thei strtit in ti-ided to be paved with tihe cei:t of the improvement, and if it lias, in entering into the contract, .exrestl) and clourly x -epted and Irotected itself from any jiability for the col,l and the linahi!ii created by the contract Ise iur;liithd ti I-l sp,rcial fund createdl by the .,pecic' cc *ictiiient upon the prolwrty lbutting on the street to be parel. and the ointruat:ar has expressly agreed to aceiptt the fund raised by the s...

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. — 12 July 1895

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