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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 4 January 1895

GREAT FALLS WEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XVI.- OOGREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , JANUARY 4, 1895. $1.bO PER YEAR DEATH AND RUIN It Will Be a Gloomy New Year for the Delavan Hotel Guests in Albany, N. Y., ONLY SMOLDERING WALLS Tell the Story-Several People Are Missing Who Were Probably Lost In the Flames. ALBAY, N. Y., Dec. 31.-Four ragged walls and a mass of smoldering ruins mark the site of the Delavan house to day. Two hundred and fifty of its guests are quartered at the other hotels. The list of cisualties is as follows: Mrs. H. S. Fookee, formerly of Dayton, 0.. injured; Henry T. Fookes, injured internally, face and hands hurned, will recover; Mrs. B. J. Heilman, Brooklyn, face cut and internally injured, will re cover; H. F. Heilman, ankle injured; Edward Walsh, face badly burned; Ed ward Murphy, bad burns: E A Man chester, Auburn, hands and arms badly bnrned; E W Arnola, Rochester, bruised by jumping from a window; 1). P, Brock way, New York, right arm badly cut and both arms burned; ...

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. — 4 January 1895

*BOSS SCOUNDREL Inspector Williams Testifies Before the Famous Lexow Committee. A MOST UNSAVORY RECORD Had Previously Been Accused of All Manner of Criminal Misdeeds. NEW YoaRK, Dec. 27.-Inspector Will iame resumed his testimony today before the Lexow committee. Goff called the names of Capts. Martin, Meakin, Wash burn, and Westervelt. It was stated by Mr. Williams that Westervelt was sick. Goff retorted: "Westervelt was well enough to be at his station two hours ago when subpoenaed." "Meakin has been ill," continued Goll', "but a police surgeon has testified that his illness muscular rheumatism, is not serious enough to prevent his attendance if he desires to come. I shall ask you to call on Capt. Meakin. If ha is an honest man and not guilty of the corruption charged against him he will come here and testify. I hope these words will reach him and that be will weigh their significance." Mr. Williams looked per fectly composed as Goff began the cross examination. Goff asked: "Will y...

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. — 4 January 1895

VICTIMS TO DUY g P p Several Brave New York Firemen ti Meet Death Amid Wreck p and FAlaome. 1i a MILLION AND A HALF DOLLARS In Property Destroyed by Fires in New York, Toledo, and Louisville. P b New YORK, Dec. 29 --At a fire early b this morning in the tye-story factory at W 124 West Twenty eighth street, Chief b John liressnan and Assistant Foreman a John J, Rooney were killed. liatallion it Hire Chief John J. Breslen and Fireman h John L. Rooney of Truck 12 were killed b by the falling of the floor during the fire which gutted several stories of the gas o and electric fixtures factory of the ('as- e sidy & Sons Manufacturing company, 124 r West Twenty-eighth street. The lire did $60,001) of damage. Assistant Foreman a Wm. Hennessy of Engine 18 had his leg broken, and three other firemen werec slightly injured. When the tire was dis covered it had made considerable prog- a ress. The building is six etories in ii height and extends from Twenty fourth to Twenty-third street, whe...

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. — 4 January 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE Osyear.......$.01 Oins year...... 1.50 x monthe... 4.ree Biz moncths... 1110 OnE moztb. UE. Three moants.. One ~ ~ i wa.....25Single cops'.....05 Uinlees paid in advance the daily will invari ably be 7ests per month, aed the weekiy i2 pater, bua t tor i Tnonth aundN i0et s pr month far ieee than six m months. Advertising rates funriiahed on application. Th~e circulation of thy. 'Tritinne in Northern ilonartna is guaranteed to exceed that: '.f any paper tinhliohel in the etate. duhaeribecs desiring their addrtes chanced , taend tieir former address xt well ima the qaddests this should tie reienthe -red. I HE TRIBUNE. tSir-at Falls. Mont. GREAT FALLS. To sohtie it may appiar but a trivial matter, but to 'l.istt: '1iuatctNE it is an omte of considerable signiticance that durinig the pact sixty days there has not b: en i day that the mails have not brouclit uie from one to as high as seven requtests for samplo copies of the papor. These requests coma mainly frotm Iowa...

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

NEWS OF THE VEEK Friday. Dee. 28. R. W. Berry, attorney, has moved his office into the Vaughn block. A marrisye license was issued yester day to Wm. E. Hiles, aged 27. and Mrs. D. Brenner, aged 27, both of Chinook. A marriago license was issued yester day to Preston W. Bradford, aged 37, aqd Mrs. Sara E. Mulcahy, aged 35, both of Truly. Mrs. R. W. Fullerton left yesterday for a visit to friends in Montreal and other Canadian cities. She will be gone about three months. Married, on Thursday afternoon, at the Presbyterian manse, Win. E. Hiles and Mrs. Donaletta Brenner, both of Gbinook. Montana, Rev. I. M. Ramsey officiating. Married, on Thursday morning, at the residence of W. I. UJlm. 413 Fifth street south, Preston H1. Bradford to Mrs. Clara E. Mulcaby, both of Truly, Rev. R. M. Ramsey oillociating, Drs. Gordon and Ferguson of Great Falls assisted by Dr. Titus performed a delicate operation upon Mrs. M. L. Strong last Thursday, removing from her neck a large number, of tumors. Mrs....

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. — 4 January 1895

THE FIREMEN'S ANNUAL BAILL Took Place Last Friday at the Park Hotel-A Large Assembly Present. The Fire Laddies. Gioirious in New t'niforms, Il)aince with (treat Falls' Beauty. The annual ball of the Great Falls fire department is always one of the I principal events of the season, and last I night was no exception to the rule. The spacious dining room of the Park was t crowded with Great Falls youth and I beauty, and the volunteer department in their new uniform waists lent a bright t and animating air to the assembly as t they whirled their fair partners in the waltz. Everybody seemed happy and I enjoying themselves to the fullest limit t of their capacity. Race's orchestra furnished the music and every arrangement which could add i to the comfort or enjoyment of the r guests had been provided for by the in. c dustrious committees having charge of a the arrangements. The supper was pro- t vided by the chef of the Park hotel and c was an elaborate one, retfecting credit s on the est...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 4 January 1895

CATTLE BARN. Cheap Structure That Yet Answers Every Purpose Well. In J. H. Sanders' book on barn build g Colonel W. A. Harris of Linwood, describes a cattle barn on his place to be com O lorr. / mended because a it is cheap, easi ly ounstructed and fills all v! needs. Colonel Fl Harris says the bi barn should be as nearly as pos sible in the cen ter of the farm, and the dwelling house should be close to it. This is most conven ient for every thing and every body except vis itors and gossips. }The barn should have plenty of lots and yards G fenced of aroulid it to put various O / iO animals and fl W ocks and herds DRIVEWAY/ into. The floor ought never to be a r lO of wood, but of br ou n stone ~o igit inches deer with here I uanl there a 3 met tile drain ruting through it tithe outside. OnJipop of the stow six inches of yellow clay shqrl be wetted aoitamped in. Thlday will be" conas hard as a Vik in time,. No its burrow init. It only So not to be re + i pall by having a / I a I e f0m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 4 January 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power. - Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Powdr A&40 LUMY PUREN LEVI ISTHE GOF. The Man Who Overwhelmed DPaitd B. Hill Is Now at the Helm. STRONG IS IN---GILROY OUT Municipal Reform Administration of New York City Begins--Sev eral OilciaslsThinking. ALBANY, N. Y., Jan. 2.-Levi P. Mor ton was inaugurated governor of New York at noon yesterday. The new gov ernor and his fu'l military staff in car riages was escorted to the capital by four companies of National Guards. In the executive chamber the governor-elect was greeted by the retiring governor, surrounded by his military staff, after which all proceeded to the assembly chamber. After prayer by the Bishop, Governor Flower extended a formal welcome to his successor. In a brief reply Governor Morton complimented his predecessor both as a men and as an official. The oath of office was adminis tered by Secretary of State Palmer. In the executive chamber Governor Morton received for an hour the congratulations ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 11 January 1895

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. LUME XVI.- GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FIt II)AY , .JANUARY t11, 1895. S1.u() PER YEAR ATESMEN ME Legislature Gets Its Working Clothes on-Organization of 1 Both Houses Effected. t PT. J. D. TAYLOR GETS A JOB t Is All Cascade County Gets Out I of the Scramble-The Govern or's Message Today. HRaLEtNA, Jan.7.-At noon today the Fourth legislative assembly of the state of Montana was ushered into being as an organized body. For the lirnt tine in our history both houses are under the same roof, and the transaction of bus ness will therefore be facilitated to the highest degree. The only criticisev heasd e to quarters is that the spite. allotted to the lobbies is too limited. s This comment is too juetitied, as the lobbies are very small, but it is a goes tion if the other advantagev do not mnore 4 than offset these drawbackl. As the "session proceeds no doubt cttaugeea will be made in the arrangement of the ha111 so as to give more romu. The orgamiia i tion of the bod...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 11 January 1895

AYFUL PENALTY A Defaulting County Treasurer is Supposed to Have Been Lynched. HIS CRIMES FOUND HIM OUT An Innocent Woman Was Also Made a Victim of the Wrath of the Slobbers. Ca.xtco, Jan. 3.-A special from O'Neill says it is now believed that Bar rett Scott has been murdered and his body thrown into the Niobrara river. Detail. of the Althir. ST, Locie, Jn.: --A special to the Republic from O'Neill. Neb., says: The defaulting treasurer of Holt county, Bar rett Scott, is supposed to have been hanged by a mob Monday night. He was captured about midnight in a lonely part of the county when returning with his wife, baby, a hived moan named John Schmidt and a Miss McWcarter from a trip to relatives, about thirteen miles from O'Neill. Six masked men sprang from the roadside, where they had been been ambushed, and covered the carriage with Winchesters aod ordered Scott to surrender. Scott seized the reins and attempted to drive over the men. The masked men then fired into the carriage, kill...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 11 January 1895

AS YETHOPEFUL Another Substitute for the Admin iltration Currency hill eadyly. CLEVEL ND'S EDORSUAENTS The Sani Ot d P1 vi-u tort Child lit I t mption for onods that Are " Needud. W 'it I St TON, Jan. 5. - -I prettn tative Sherry of Connettietit, a democratic col leaguti of Mr. Spi itlir on the banking and cui rreny co itiuttee, has proposed another subtlitute to the Carlisle cur rency hill. It strikes out all of the en acting clause, and provides for the issue of honda sufficient to retire outstanding greenbacks and treasury notes under the Sherman act. The bonds are to bear 3 per cent interest and are to be re deemed in gold and are to be of denomi nations frto $10 to $1,000. They are to run for 30 years, with the right to re deem thet aft -r 10 years. The secretary of the treasury is empowered to keep the gold reserve up to the maximum of $100. 000,00X0 by selling those bonds. Provision is made for the steady retirement of the greenbacks both from the proceeds of the bonds and fr...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 11 January 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. I WZUULY. One iear.6.....8.00 Sine year..6... 1.01 Biz months.4... .00 l Biz mnatha.....1.00 One month...b.. .5Tree moate... h .75 One week ...... 25 Single copy.....01 Unless paid in advance Sihe daily will invari. ably be 75 cents pet mouth. and the weekly $2 per year,1fr imotsnd5cetoe th for Jess than sit monthe. Advertising rater S urnstetiz :n application. The ciruulatioun of h reihue Northern Montana in garanteed to exceed tizat .f sny pae ulse nthe state. eer deirin o srtnoir address Chaned most send their former addreos ase weil as the new address; this should be remembered. THE TRIBUNE. Great Falls. Mont. An immense lumber syndicate is being organized across the border. This is a compliment to Mr. Cleveland's idea that free lumber is a good thing for the United States. Time will tell whether the president or the Nova Scotia gentle men are right. A number of the California friends of Gay, the murderer, profess to believe that he ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 11 January 1895

OF THll NEIYS ý IVEEK Friday. Jan. 4. W. D. Barclay, general superintendent of the Great Falls & Canada railroad, is in the city today and was registered at the Park. Cyrus L, Smith tiles his government patent covering the e!; of the ne04 of section 13 township 18, north of range 3 cast, containing 80 acres. A marriage license was issued yester day by the clerk of the court to Richard Olson, aged :31, and Sophia M. Peterson, aged 330, both of Great Falls. Rudolph Von Tibel, member elect from lt'ergus county, is in this city, en itote to ifelena to attend the corning tteting of the ltgiclature. A deed was filed yesterday from John D)eland to Mrs. Anta Callahan convey ing to west 50 feet of lot 2 in block :170 townsite fora consideration of $7,300. The funeral of Matt Fieko, who was run over by an engine Tuesday last at the copper atnmlter, took place yesterday afternoon froti Powers' undertaking rooms. The Moulton mine at liarker has started up again after a temporary shut down. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 11 January 1895

THE PIKE IANDUSKY MURDER It New Appears That the Shooting of Pike Landusky Was a Pre in ditated Altair. The Storv o the 4 itle is Who ie tarI',: I I.i I +e .Itle iii' A y Late advices fromi I talsky wouli maike it appear that the shooting of ,Pike' Landusky was iore of a pre meditated murder than an act of self defense, and the inight of the parties who are im plicatid in the alfair, which occurred in the salcon of Jew Jule, the man who shot M1 rshal Treat of this city some years ago, would seem to indiuate that it was a mureir instead of justiti able homicide. The River Press gives the following account of the affair, gathered from the jluicers who have just returned from the scene of the murder: Under Sheriff Buckley and Coroner Culbertson returned thie morning from Landueky.and the coroner brought with him a coaled verdict as to the finding of the jury at Pike Lrlndusky's inquest. t'roio all accounts it seemas its though the -hooti was promeditated, and the assault certainly was....

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. — 11 January 1895

THE WINNER. rited Picture of a First Premium Hur* die Jumper. -ofessor N. S. Shaler gathers togeth in Scribner's Magazine many curious interesting facts concerning the sa For one thing be assures us that mule has more sense than the horse n it comes to test of real intelli e This is quite contrary to the eral impression. The illustrations in Professor Shaler's $ r are particularly fine and spirited. e is one represented a jumper in the *tof vaulting over a hurdle. A snap must have captured horse andrider the most interesting moment. Feeding Sorghum Seed. is is an interesting question. It is art of true economy to use as feed wbtever the farm produces that may be used for the purpose, and the ration al feeder naturally desires to know what be expected from untried grains, sorghum seed and broom corn. o two grains are by no means un mon products of Kansas farms, but @gab is usually so abundant that little 49 is thought of as feeding stutfs. Sor ghunm seed and broom corn are very sim i...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 11 January 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U.S. Gov't Report. o sPowder OP HEAVY Thb t'ari Currncy Hill Fell 1ihIi a fU' t:ol in 'Sie 1Ilts SILVE SILL HAS A CHANCE lt:il iii- 1½'0 m in Wa-i0 01w it . y to V Ite P. , ":; t , ean. :l-Ti, r," was a ,tgtc att1 . ueo t eh rf the ouse Ci -r rip ur'opp 1. hip hit el ti' >. Cli ad ." cn _:c N at tl'e t lle -uaci1 o t i'1'" na ": i t, ... i :it' ollti: r.' f ~ i v.t o .:,. .. I' m FUII to t ' 1 r p atur t ( )u~~i. t' rt ,t i d.~i !h bi re i !u lu a'nl tiafe iili the hario Ior tion t e t' : tilt ri'ad g of the biL hdJ ',e""' r a plet. `ntne 'mnuusion was Ia 1.Aley I' qiuet-ii.en fr n n the m 1 3 P ildill D'S afin' I to i O ii ti di ~iv ilnitn; ai t ~i .aio ptl t: " t. , r. tip on t t li i hr e a u )i i ro tro i t ti' -.I MIl on . ,u: to i he' r f t '.. ;i;\ r; ;I t" k I <~ hber . . tI I m il it is t arm to t. o, fur reme- r I eiti. i i i ii his h hat si aa 1 1a), rr":a ,c. t tat" bankls.w'r.iecuwere vital, 'htULhe tlret ',,isider, d I11...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 18 January 1895

xGREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XVI.-- GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , JANUARY :18, 1895. 81.b0 PERl YEAR - . m, I i . . BUT Ll'TTLE WORK Monday Rath er a Slow Day For Members of the Montana Legislature. ALL THE SEN4TORS PRESENT An Act Introduced to Define the Rights of Mlarri'd Women f in the State. HELENA. Jan. 14,--After the Sunday recess the legislature was slow in assem bling today. Each house had adjourned until this afternoon, the senate until 2 o'clock, and the house until 3. This was done to accommodate those members who desired to spend Sunday at home and who, on returning, could not reach the capital before noon today. A large number of those living in neighboring cities took advantage, of the vacation, but all returned on this morning's trains. The senators were all present end ready for business this afternoon some time before 2 o'clock. For the tirst time dur ing the session all the members answered to the roll call, Senator Ramsdell of Flat bead having arrived from...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 18 January 1895

VERY SHORT DAY The Polons at Helena Did Not O(c tuey Much Time in Legis lative Work. A SCHOOL BOND PROPOSITION Kalispell Asks that It Be the oca. tion for the Proposed Sol diers' Home. HELENA, Jan. 10.-The senate was called to order at 10 o'clock this morn ing. After the roll call and reading of the journal, Hurd presented the report of the committee on mileage. The die. tances and amounts allowed the several members varied from 952 miles and 8192.40, allowed Swift of Custer, to two miles and 40 cents for Steele of Lewis and Clarke county. Steele, who entered during the reading of the report, said be would be in favor of a motion to pool the several amounts and -divide. On motion of Smead the committee report was received and adopted. Smead in troduced a bill to refund maturing school bonds. This bill provides that school trustees shall have the power to issue and sell coupon bonds on the credit of their respective districts to provide for the payment of maturing bonds under certain...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 18 January 1895

TILL THE TOPIC he Currency Questmo Will Not Down at the Capitol at Wash ington. HE REPUBLICAN SENATORS iscuss the Matter and l)ecide They Will Have to Play a Waiting (Game. WAsnINGTON, Jan, 10.-Senator Ran elected president pro tem. of the ate during the absence of Senator rris, resigned today. Ransom ex eased deep sensibility of the honor ferred upon him. On motion of rman, a resolution was adopted elect Senator Harris president pro tem. n the house to day, on motion of irner (democrat) of Georgia, Saturday, ruary 2, was set aside for paying utes to the memory of the late Sena Colquitt of Georgia. n motion of Curtis (republican) of w York, a bill was passed to deline crime of murder in the first and see degrees, manslaughter, rape, mutiny desertion, and provide the punish t therefor and to abolish the death alty on other crimes. n motion of Flynn (republican) of ahoma, a resolution was adopted ing on the secretary of the interior the causes of delay in opening to lement the lands r...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 18 January 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILr. WtXLT. One year...... ....ý0(ne year........S.l ix months ..... .0 Mix months....... 1.0 One month...... .7 Three months..... .7I One week......... M i Sinsleeopy"....... 0 Unles paid in advance the daily will invari Nbly to 75 coita per month, and the weekly $2 per Itsr. $1 fcor six month., and It) oets per month for lees than six months. Advertising rayt terntlhed on applicetion. The circulation of the Tribune in Northern Montana s .oarn. nteet to exceed that nf any apslr pulilshled in the atate. Sabnsortbera detiring tlleir adidres changed mst send their former address as well as the new addreae; thie shonuld he remmberboed. 't'g 'I'OIIHONE, (tirrat Falls. Mont. Notwithstanding the howl of the tIelena lterald to the contrary lion. Lee Mantle is a citizen of the United States and of Montana, andtl a good one in all that the term trplies; far better than any if his ipit,ful, oenviotus crntices. 'lI'ho wouc o utffr ,giste of Colorado are...

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