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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 15 November 1895

Mon/ Historica GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XI. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 15, 1895. NUMBER '28 Our Business Movement changes every day, yet pursue the one eteady couree to ward the goal of high qualities. Man's pare wool ehirt end $12 garmeot, baa no equal, Fifty dozen high clase nat oral wood shirt and 7 drawereesoenc.... Fjor.ply linee ollatre, all of the newest 5t.Opeo, I4r2t each. ........... Drmes shirts, lanndrete, open back................ 1. Drees ehirts, lanndried, open front and back, r h each...... . ....... Cilia motil -to.... ...... . We still have a lot of thoac pure woolen socks left, ill colors, at 25c a pair. Shoee, 1;1.25 a pair, lace or congrees; better ones, $2 ;). (mod value or your money refunded. Mvi. KAUFMAN 218 CENTRAL AVENUE. Business Property Houses and Lots, or Country Property If You want to buy r arl writ'. E. STACKHOUSE Iteat 'en No net. !1 tfirnt AtenuoeS., far,:nt 1 -k Moot00. Houuwr trr I Iti it*" t ý" c I!" "r I ~foýrtncer. N rr...

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. — 15 November 1895

THE REFERENDUN Nebraska Silver Democrats Propos to Instruct Democratic Delegates to the National Convention AT THE PRIMARY ELECTION! The Majority, As Then Expressed, te Govern the B'hojes of the Del et it tles. OMA rA, Nov. S.-- Much interest hat been created arrong NerraehademocratE as a result of the election returns, enow ing the relative vote of the tic wings Mahoney. admriuietration candidate for supreme coirt. receisid 1-,500, and Phelps. the silver loon, 1.lt0. I lith went on the ticket. under the srpranr court ruling, as derrucret-, an, ti: silver int claim this was unfair ti their interests and not a proper test. The silver men now suggest that th' siurer juestion he submitted to a primary election in Ne braska, the regular tiemocratic com mittee and the boltlcC nlerrocrrtic crtr mittee to agree upon primaries to he held at the same time and at the carte places. each voter to be called rpnn to express himself on tie money questron, and the state convention to instruct its d...

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. — 15 November 1895

INCREASEDA (doln. Miles Recommendc That There Should He At Least one sohlier to Every TWO THOUSAND OF POPU!ATION oflierrs (ood Intdian Aigeitt--Indifithol (lnCentration JtQeconntiieded NqI d of Coast Defnxue., :iy A nociiteid Presu. port of General Milne, cilian ii er i lf 1 uricy, was m0d(1 public today. 'I or 0o0111l is shown to he iii eo:(clliint ,li tion, well instru teti, illi'ient ;rit I an tivre to duty. Liherial appi .:inthius arrc ureil for public bui tin itv.. uiy of which are out of r. 'or, t; Crli Mliacs bolieves the pole:,l"i eii ( ti 11 now existing among the 11)n 4 ribls is lerwely ltini l i I , preseu eO of tr opC it cu ii p thbo adliiidde ii pii "nced army ,licer, wio li l d in charge of heii j ii i,1 -pl a ,i-; While it ic n iin-l e . I t i bli to have reservei to of e i, Ir tgreat citits of cn;ný r! ! ercal Mile urgently ixten, I th e points should he ee '-1 t stt.Zii value and tlh t It" " li to v rts concentration sCtli , I.. i " ri-I to a point of difprivi-io, e...

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. — 15 November 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year...... t$)0 One year.6. ...1.10 Tix moths.4N.0 1)remothVls.1.00t One month.. r `7 Three months.. e75 Unless paid in advne ntthe daily will invert ably he 75 cente per month, and the weekly 2cn Advertising ratee famnished on apppliestion. Tea Tlaxera leaven sin compe itors far beh hind in circulation. Advertisers may have to case to its booke at any time, unhecnrhers desiring their address changed mnet send their former address as well as the new address: this stnuld he remembered. THEf TIIliltJNE' (4rest Falls. Mont. Quite a number of candidates were dieappointei at tbe failure of the mayor to nominato a clty marshal 0o the coun cil last evening. Te ut ayor is to be t rnumneri: i there is ori eed for undue baste in tuhs uatler. All that the prto ie aelis l ithat he will give the lubjerct due conoinvatiil and whren. ho dove sibke a aelrytion that it will give as much eat.iufarctit as lt.l that orf te gen tier iti WIvie uinti ai i atl is ...

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. — 15 November 1895

OF TH1E NEWS tI H EEI' Saturday. Nov. to. Capt. Couch arrived here yesterda; from Butte, and will go out to his rancd at Sun River this morning. D. E. Dulin and F (. Lampey re turned yesterday front euter's 110 Springs much improved in health. A marriase licence has been issued to John Henley of Great Falls and Mre Amelia K. Fowler of Tayloreville, Ill. Joseph Schott and Otto Schott, bolt natives of Germany, were admitted tl citivenship by Judge RIenton yesterday Colline & Huy have purchased thy hardware stock of I1. 1. Wackerlin t Co of Neihart, and will remove the stlck t. Great Falls. ()uring the past week, six iarrladn of ire have been Shipped from Niihirt t,. (,reat Falls. the Ilroadwatir ilhipping live and W. II. Macfarlane one, 1i. Mcbalmn, general superinteulert of the Montana Central railway wva elcted a director of the FiriEt National bank at a regular mrnithly meeting of the bank yesterday afterjoin. Invitations have hean r, , ivii b friends here to thl wedhir of li.,...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 15 November 1895

NOT IN ARKANSAS Or Texas, but in the Empire State Do Puglists . ereneay Defy the low. LIKEWISE IN MY MARYLANE Maher and Olb ionuelI l i I il Other fur 'Thirl y-Ses in Sends O) it1Inn ll Wiorstedt. Ž1 i'vs. 1. . L.. Nov. 11.-- 'IT) eched uled ,2.-routj .uiil betxo"n l'ster M1aher the Irish 1' e rnpti'i, in i Steve (I)on. neli .1 \uisran lI who iisi - been long as I t th tn .; n. L urbe it ;is ospar riu' ,,artl,' '',', i u i, to an untin ily O lon; :t. 12 waa on) of the ,luii ke t batt'," ^n : r1, f, r n ! t ,; ,li wae fr 12 r'.t i :,1 s',. n'ix 'w 1 il-"ri a i Is ut ;',r L i.-I i l,, do.It three I ')i,-ej- ' 't to tai t intut S" Vls st'n ii ii;tw y. l)tlieiy 1tin21 If wac .i .u a t." ~ al, was er I ui favorio by 1. l l," 1ery I't uor .n ets Ponnets jw t,"-, - ' nii ell to like thy err' t ariri. thi "eet as the acre taf - 'juarter ndI'I siredu'. cte Ai Ii~trl. wt ,i j o ary 1)"A t%,1-3 a Si BE 17-111 aotwner baoi Li.'Mr a. itn of Nhw fork and !.ly iheth of heglad tuphia iateh red hist...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 15 November 1895

GIIOWiS CR ITIC4LTHE 6D Gfli E[D Al N[IHARl BOOKS AT THE LIRARY Suiltan Sceems tiº Netf' th Powes'1 ini Bestowing leclniati,,te. ou) Bitith. en., uf A rnmi..tiay. FRANCE AND ENGLAND ACTING Fleets Sent, to thei I' ieisatiel Ien and the ILevaid er 3Ili'a. t ~in ( hium ('1i 'iilihtint lnle',ty brria,1. ii i' 'riiiý (I? the Wee ov. ii ii ii'L lniii,~ ,i tookis tf u eit hyl'Ir grit 1,1i recn t ut i i ili i \, ur iii I, -ii i par oit~iif th reek, 'I hivlurri, in . i 1n n r,, A iivisll ife thue 'In i(4, u ,, tionsefs ignu H,''~ i'n it "'' ,i ('ut 'I tur!1 ofician s Witter ilt,' 1i I~ iii .1 l"i, , l~risr Dthanerlma Ii(' wt eas srs ta hipsj. '~ rtoin,'i ill if l; . x" tiennth.u of (lret ~ itiruan ii ý ii.n. Ii sa id o eisio iof t i ll ni- i f II:,t ,\ I ~I crisreli ti in ,'at i setil "rtin i ':r thijieis gliverus ~ i(((( l(,t'i3. in U ~ý,l eri er t h o ani isulttit. aiii i Lat es t tilt lr ni tit rtu.rtsifrii fl,;ii'ri eatro are sthati lhe rh'I io ,.ltfig I ltl thdesf northet ofmen~u ,iti p...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 15 November 1895

JUSTICE ON TOP. Bill Gay Convicted by a Helena Jury of the Murder of Deputy Sheriff Macke. SENTIMENT AT A DISCOUNT. On the Scaffold a Montana Murderer Must Pay the Penalty of His Crimes. . IIELENA, Nov. 12.-Bill Gay, known almost over the entire west as an Indian fighter, scout, guide and outlaw, was today found guilty of murder in the first degree and the penalty was fixed at death. The crime of which he was guilty was the murder of Deputy Sheriff Macke of Meagher county, a member of a posse that was :iunting Gay and his partner, Gross, who were wanted for the murder of Deputy Sheriff Rader. Rader was seeking the men for resisting an officer. Gross killed Rader in the woods in a running fight May 9. 1893. A posse was secured and on the night of May 12 a hot fight took place between the fugitives and oflicers; Macke was mortally wound ed by a man lying in the grass within 20 feet of him, whom he identified as Gay. Another witness standing near, also identified Gay. The murderers suc...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 22 November 1895

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. O()LUlME Xl; . G (IREAT FALLS, MIONTANA, FRI i)AY , NOVEM"IEII 22, 1895. NUMI ER 2l - ~~~ --.~-- .__ -- Our Business ý viem.ent Ihrang.e every (1.), t I,''i"ll, the o (Ii' teady ci ur t' o wan t lhe goI l of high quieil ii. M rii n, ehol ehirhipn l i rl ..l..... .. ........ ........ . I',nr rly lim'n r ,l nr , ti l l IlI I ,. lll . . ....... .... i), ,,=,1 F] 1r;: 1nr 1/1, , 1 1, 1 )' j i ; ,,.. ... ... . . .. . . .... . . i itill hove ; I . i i i~e uU i;\ . IKAU TI, 2=i CENTRAL fiV? U. Business Prop4 I , ['ouses aGrld i:or: i.1 0 Country Pr:;r E. STS,+ ; ! .:- l ... , i, .. ,... I .F(..: , . ' SAN FRANfiS,'0l :r....lf.. SPECIAL 0L3!U1 O ('OMING TI) 1-:.'t :' A1.., December 17 and IS, I. GUILIAll Vlt M Dr. Liebig & Co. Will he repres'nt,',d L. Dr. A. C. STODDART M1'tliial director mand tho nly viniting phyi,'; a: ind s.pe'ihlist 'roni pun Fl iotiej ', t1,'p-1 ,l Dr. l.irbig'e World Diispenj aly lu Slout. i,. wil ve(,.,Ifllc a at his awn o t rlYv tt I-...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 22 November 1895

SIX MURDERERS Entire Force of a Chicago Detective Agency Charged With Kill. llg a Mlan. RIDDLED HIM WITH BULLETS Crowded About a Buggy and Indis criminately Emptied Their Ilevolv ers Into the Victim. Cnlcano, Nov. 15,-An inquest this at ternoon over the body of Frank White. who was shot while riding in a buggy at the corner of West Polk street and Win throp place Thursday evening, and sub sequent investigations on the part of Police Inspectors Shea and Fitzpatrick and a score of detectives, have led to startling developmaents. The discoveries made may result most seriously to not less than six metmbers of the Berry De tective agency, tecluding the superinten dent, and possibly a seventh mtan who had not been identitied tonight. Not only was \V. J. Lix held to the grand jury by the coroner, hbt the circum etances surrounding the casc go to show that the buggi in which the two Iet were riding w,'a britiui t almost to -: standstil wi.ho t tratgedy o:,urr.led, and tlit at -s tHree of th...

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. — 22 November 1895

THE CITY COUNCIL ME[T1NG The City Ia,4 on I t IHands it V4hi. 'led Edithr to (if 111e 2 ( l'lllllittCei artetion 1ý'll lie Held~ T hr city cou nt l h uhl i r ,gul tr nwl ,-l nrg last evening, at, whilch Mayor Weib. Iter presided and aill the aillerniOn in, iworlid to their naells, A petition was readt from if, ;Hiilnrno and others, asking for a now ,ilewalk ni Eighth avenue north froln Ninth to 'Tluth strrets, and on thM wli-t Iii, lf Se veath street in front of lote ;ar.lI , ibloc': 1130. Referred. John A. largent presented to the :ouncil a huge pile of typewritten oninu rucript and a bill for iI$JU, whichr hI. saii was less than halt the amount that he should have charged for the work Iof codifying the city ordinances unl-, in structione from the council. Thue iill pinvoked a long discussion, dlurri ,,' i'h it developed that there wais Itluch diilter ence of opinion as to whether Mr. Ihar. gent had been authorized to do the work at so large an expense to the city, The minutes bein...

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. — 22 November 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SU;BSCRIPTION RATES. VAttik. *kEP.BI.\. On year......... $~.00 ione year .... ..... t ,t10 Bix Itt.ltha s . ..... . 4 Su 8it mo. th ...... I i. On mnloth ... ... .75 , 'lhree m nth. ..... .7 UOntnes i id iu ndare'rc the datly will uteri ably h, i,.' t~ pr in nt h, nad the wHe,'": 92 per \,vr. I $1 ,. -ix mntlt l ni )leer !" p r otte i l: itr le h.ln in . iathie. ,I> 7U elw,- I " f unl' a, d I nt di, ent e.·tl: ; ·, ' . 'l in - li , . - n i 11 Lou litl. rs .r bo it i h C I t, " t C , . .% , iI , o e r. -ti. y It v . t-., t:. 1 f, grý.,r anddrtw. . as w. i 1 ,tr tl. ThI e .:tltitl is sual to be sink, t, eauit of te tiihratening attitudeir of th al lied 'powers. If so there is to lo, doubt abit his being til sick ti" Of i urote. 'Th V nito.i States grind jury it ( itey uune tiled to tied bills of imttiututin t uag t ttit tin Jackotn Iotle eitit-r, ai ust it of kiliint on0 Iadian and w'out, ing :notherir. during the late troub!e with the daen chku. It is now in ort...

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. — 22 November 1895

EWS OF THE IEEI ,t-I by 'V ( "I. N nfin\tnr, tho Big Smndy rst u, I In tie city. 1, 'r triv to ih institutt eIdi iaoit ir1 the v I U,:i Cs or $2,tJri. !I· illu11 ~ ilrlt J~trIui I':ly l)I it 'l "i. ( I j . ogg vs. iii . , is , l II.( 6 `I II of dcfvodu jnt:I was c flier'll~ t1 .. uth (uieijdjzj 's at i (he (1'(1 liji the Ini ntht oI f ( iIi ,,,.II" ý(in aeclmbtt e, tieii0 1..ii ii" l icH l um Ih e Ivt M l C Ii ii 1'iii .ýil. :1 ,n1IIuth, on aiccount or 1:(·l"c I~',' Iri1 V"ai Mondamy. 'P'huikglmlcg~toB froom Groeat allon to the, St 'jlilt9 meeting of the Stae o 'no i" di jj ll Ill~tjili, whichj wilt ''Ifolvli( At l.,iLliia Muunllay, will leavt fur Aina. paid jili roW morning. 1hur, ,v )faJlil tiey of~ tJI(L (ir; 11111 I 111 ;I iii-. hoIktd lin"iaij.luii ( L tiilf ip~r nao aid dranotic inte~rptlit N v. 22 in "Niceiilnn N'ic iy. yesttrday's west-bound trati was 11 oure latl, the delay teing cauceI by a roc. on an eastern division. Th',, id.,r. ad slipr had been deutachtld IbefI. achu....

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 22 November 1895

GIIEAT] SUIT RPIlSE .S--lii. a-.> Wit . t '.t a1i ' Ion llt·!n to Slutl II I; u !S AUVE AND WELL IN CHICAGO W ith Si ill, ra1 ttuI~t1 of 1' r,;nrt'! ill thit. l ~" \ Iý 1i Ia -w I¾.wh tEtr t I'ungn -a. -: ",)iIll " i Mt- \; ry. qtr t Il~no .rtc !::, ! ,.- :1 ;.;ru ·F 5r n t; IL u-8'* ,. by Elating tlldt '2'22Ij. 1'. 1'r e ltean that hi tud:m w- ' I 'uarti f h t;v ice, * 9-t tU - Ii t , ' . i s 222 tr 'h l S i'l it. " v. 1S.--The evil -p~rit that pre-i::'.e , tcr the ,icntti seC of L1. a. Iilmies. 1 f I mkr,hererR and *ventu.al tly ihe hlri& yer itt ,. lho alled tLor]-civ , V, h Iit,:,, f.,,i:o i 1111' 'theo vicitia tot y:). the lilh t - l't turn ti is e.'traor.inary as' tool ;w :atI ion the :irst Jiay -,f the "eC'et trial, when the t bi e!ri!uicnal dismiiced his lawytere and thle "prisoner at the har" becnmie ,ouniel r tuhe ie-fense. Titlay the tablee were turred ald tih,: s. i.r c ur , l f.,r the de fense hitarme a prisoer at the bar. W; lliatu A. Sh.ormaker, the youlng at t...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 22 November 1895

EIGHT BUNDRE] Latest Massacre of Armenians by tin Vengeiful Followers of 3lo NEWS APPEARS RELIABLI Tie American Missions Were Sacket but tihe Missionaries E-s caped. (.;.iTANTINOPIrE, Nov. 1G.--It is re ported that about 800 persons have I(ee massacred by Musaulmans at Kharlut and eight out of ten buildings ihllungii1 tithe American missions sacked nm burnet d. The missionaries, however, en Ce ('ill NHWe at WashrIIrgI.r Wn'.n iinIroN, Nov. t. -Secretary 4)I hey today received a cablegram ftlo, United States Minister Terrell, rctlirnl ing the Associated Press reporte fron. Constantinople concerning the Imiiancte,, of .lon persona by Museultarns at KIhar put, and the destruction of o lie allUtunt of Amerilan nileirl en . re rt-y. iThe re ne of the matsacrn, fir ilo h.r beyond the reach of vesields whie, .(eutl be nhltoaid to paea the ii letr nc ' . , i enter the lhink a.Ce to it .,appr t '., nePiclhiorht odtl of the I:,irtet. I' , ti - ie:te en,r it is bet lieved, 'tirr, ( . I,, ,- l;...

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. — 22 November 1895

SIMPLY hIELLISH Fast 'l'a'in iii iih \ w York Cent.-al I ins b i. CAUSE FOR CC ;I E UN NUWN Vonii T' o\;, q ( di I' Admiti I S y iti:.t.t- , N \ .. A- 1')-- . ,etlibl ,r ate at .; t w i 's:"' 'u,. fui ll'y n,, tl ', fI w miles we.t of i,, ti; mornting to wreck tr in N ,. ;n,: thn Nen, ,;rk ,n tral rajirni, ti <'10 1 lt 1hoearn on the traint ,. odth. tad to n pletely ar, er.l. . T rI h, ;ir , N :t\ ' I l ai r e r , .i, + tI f t. , i r tv r kileti. ir , ., . . . , . ten ;t ". I , n' . ated t rat' i '+ ". ' : thu oua-i . . out ti t . -. po t . " . " . a b o , " , : ' , . .. . . . . t6 . tr 1.'X . . .' t tl,',+ , cart the irul c..: at h ,: ': , , ; , '+ , ., "- , n ' , atro, •. car , . ... . tof , v, t.r .t.- .r ~v' :, , " t h e. f ' t 'r t : . co { ti t truoth. . h . . l .' r 't The 1O 0 ,,_. r . -a: ". ; r, o t l. t n ia . side. , ,i. th. r :.r em.' . tli t the tr:..: at l,,,. ::in;--r iua r we;r t down. i. Lt eT i te al mlnust hatce been ir.tn.ty kii 1 ireman UChris Wagr.er xa, :a...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 29 November 1895

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XT. __ _ _ _GREAT FALLS. MONTANA, ]IRIIDAY , NOVEMBER 29, 1895. NUMBER 3 - Your Choice,.. Does the price stend between you and your ideal overcoat ? We have convinced many a man that we are well within his limit. Let us show you our quality, workmanship, style, and best of all -law prices. Choose a Melton, a Kersey. a Beavor, or any goods, name a price from $6.75 to $25.00. SPECIAL ON UNDERWEAR Good Wool Underwear... j5c Pure Wool Underwear.. $1.00 SPECIAL ON WOOL SOCKS N. KAUFMAN 218 CENTRAL AVENUE. THE RUMBLING OF THE RAILS An Intimate of the Number and Veine of the Cattle Shipped From Montana This Viiear. Work of Grading at Ciaey inrot ced ing Vigorously-Aiosmt 'ixty Men at Work. Yesterday several well known cattle men and the stock representative of one of the principal lines of railroad between St. Paul and Chicago were discussing the cattle shipments from Montana this season, their extent and the amount of money brought into the state from ca...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 29 November 1895

GRAND__OVATION Eugene V. Debs, Upon Release from Woodstock Jail, Received by Many Thousands. HUGGED, KISSED, AND CHEERED Borne for a Mile on the Shoulders of Admirers to His Speaking Place. CHICAGO, Nov. 22.-Eugene V. Debs spoke in Central music hall tonight to an audience that taxed the seating and standing capacity of the hall. Most of the leading labor organizations were represented and the reception accorded the leader of the A. R. U. was enthusi astic in the extreme. Eight carloads of Debs friends went to Woodstock tb greet him on his release from jail, and several thousand men were at the station of the Northwestern road when the train bearing Debs and his friends arrived at 7:30 o'clock. The reception given to Debs as he stepped from the train bordered on the frantic. Hundreds of men pushed and struggled to get to grasp his hand, many hugged him and some went to the length of kissing him. Finally he was tossed up to the shoul ders of four men and, followed by a dense throng t...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 29 November 1895

A IHITEMANTLE Snow Falling and Wind Blowing ii d Throughout the South west, Troubling Trafilc. NEBRASKA AND MINNESOTA Also Visited by the White Flakes Tea Inches in Nebraska Heavy Fall. By Associated Press. OMAHA, Nov. 25.-From five to ten inches of snow covers Nebraska today. Snow fell all night. All the country within 100 miles of Omaha was expert encing the same storm, while from Chadron and along the line there were reports of a heavy fall of snow, continu. ing for at least 12 boure. All of No braska seems to be included in the limits of the storm. Blow and Snow. by Assoclated Press. KANSAS CITY, Nov. 25--Snow is falling here and throughout the southeast to day. The wind is blowing bard and at some points traffic will probably be inter fered with if the storm continues. Only Two Inches. By Associated Prses. ST. PAUL, Nov. 25.-A light enow tell here this morning, the ground being covered two inches. This Was a Blinder. By Associated Press. SHERMAN, Tex., Nov. 25,-A blinding snow ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 29 November 1895

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILI UZL! Os.ý pear.... ..88..0000 i One year . 6.0 6i: months...... Si months.....1.00 One month........ .75 Three mouths..... .75 Unless atid in advance the daily will invari ably be 75 cents per month, and the weekly 62 par sear, 1 Ore six months and 20 cents per mont for see thani six months. Advertising ratee fnrnish I on appiloation. Tax Tasteivta leaes;c all coalpetitors far be hind in circulation. Advertisers me~y haen ac nsas to its books at any time, Snhscrihere d.Iring thoir address 'hangel muet send their former addrear as well ao the new address; this ehonld be rememnbered. THE TRIBUNE. lirest Falls. Mlont. MANTLE AND SILVER. In a few days Senator Lee Mantle will take his departure from Montana to en ter upon his duties as a senator from this state in the congress of the United States. That the gentleman is conffont ed with a hard problem to solve goes without saying. The qestion of free sil ver must come up during the session, and it must be met. E...

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