ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Weekly Tribune, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 1,506 items from Weekly Tribune, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
1,506 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 14 May 1892

WEELY 1TRIB0 NE A .." X. (;RE'IAT FALLS. MONTANA. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 14, 1892. NUMBER 136 A HUNG JURY, tlhe Barnumll 3l1111 'atte Will I'loee Tslny. of nI Aq luittlll by ry Thought to BiI thnsl. lities ill thee AP'lint Vourth-'lass Po.st Itar um Trild. ay 12.- tHpec'iul to thi e testimony in thel liar at noon today. .\fter ty United Stath. Attorney ibothe the prosecution and and Baum for the defense igtby and able speeches. To aorailg Weed will close for the of pad after the charge by the will go to the jury. A n 91vtpion is that the verdict pi0~al with a poe.ibility of a . the Ilet Mant Hereasfter. a. May 12. The bill to ex al influence from ;1.0(.) postoflices in tilhe country upon at the meeting of the ittee on civil servtie reform bill provides for the division try into postal districts, and vacancies occur open colmpe be announced by poatolico who shall recommend the the postmaster general after applications and examining gressmen and other federal forbidden to make recom or...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 14 May 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. MATUlDAY. MAY 14. Il8r. SHIEEP AND WOOL. Under the caption "Stick to the I'acts," the River Press of recent date devoted all its editorial space in an at tempt to refute the position taken by the Taetutse that the present tariff is ruining the wool industry of the United States. The River Press is unfair in its statements, faulty in its arguments and hence wrong in its conclusions. Like the pettifogger who presumes upon the ignorance of the jury and argues from a false standpoint. the River Press quotes such figures as best rsuits its purpose and from them passes judgment upon the whole subject matter presuming upon the ignoratlce of its readers. Here is one of its statements: IFrom 181;7 to 1883, a period of higher tarilT thant at present. Ohio wools sold at prices ranging from 35 to (i4 cents per pound for tine wool: from 1884 to 18hItl. under a lower duty. pi icesjor the satme grade ranged froml :1 to :1 cents per pounld. Th:e Rliver Press presents the atbowe ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 14 May 1892

PUeLICAl CONVENTION, H par Frnom Harmonious (lathering of Delegatesfi at Mis Convention Endorser Harrison. 1 Blaine and Free tilver. Ilelegates to the National Con vention Will UG IUnin atrueted. i,.so,..v, May 9,.- {Special to the siE..I Delegates to the republican e convention began to arrive last ,t and at 11 o'clock this morning a ial train from Butte brought in the aining delegates. The city presented ely appearance and the opera house profusely decorated. The conven was called to order at noon by State surer Hickman in the absence of irman White of the state central mittee. Lee Mantle was elected prary chairman and (leo. W. Childs lary and (G. J. Reck assistant scere . Committees on resolutions, cre tials and permanent organization order of business were appointed. convention then adjourned until :I ck. he committee on credentials reported ugh Chairman J. Sanders. The re was read, and as there were no con , was adopted without opposition. he committee on permanent organi on re...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 14 May 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. MATUIII)AY. .I.t II. II I. GII V. IIAIt 1.1 IltEllT IFEII.Ii. Tl. Helelna hhtiillpnIdllt oif t1he !tl, ti'ot. e.ntuilaij i ihgthy interview with ,.as 1 overnor Htlalitr which will ,orn iirotu attention throug.hout the state. not I, mullh 'I ac.r.ouit of the matters diseas'ed at the imanner in which he dlispow,.d or the,. 'Pasing over the trials and trbulaltions of the reporter who. according to hiis statement. laid in autbush for the governor two days and who finally slneelleded in, capturing him without the aid of a lasso, we will come directly to the principal subject matter of the interview. There was at timne in theaurlier days of Montana w\\ hen the go,vernor was re. ga.nled as a try r nmodest man. Many old-timers around Ielena well remem bers the tihe when after much diplo macy and coaxing and coaching the gov ernor was persuaded to presidel over the deliberations of a democratic county iconvention. 'they will also recall to mind the blushies which mantled ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 14 May 1892

STOOD. THE TEST WELL, 1Th1. \ew Fifteenth tree t bridge is all Aveelted Ibv the Comnty 11 B lridge Subjected to n Nievere 'l'est and legaifrded as a The now Fifteenth street bridge is all right and is one of the finest structures of its kind in the state. The bridge was tetledl Tuesday by City Engineer MI. S. Parker and the county commissioners and found to be all that its most en thusiastic friend and advocate had claimed. The bridge Vssa built by the Wrought Iron Bridge company and put up and superintended by T. J. Wilson. a well known bridge builder. It is l,4t0( feet long and is divided into nine spans. Six of the latter are 130 feet in length. one 132, and at each nid are 72 fmt can tilever hitches. The average height of I the bridge above tlh bottom of the rivier s :Al feet, though in one place near the I western end the height is (iI ftit 'lhe roadway is 2(. feet, which will afford ample rearm for teams to pass. (n the ip-stream side of tile blridgc tlhere is a six-foot sidew...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 14 May 1892

THE SLINE AT THE WRECK Daylight Revealed a Mout Revolt ilg ?eeae to Imk I'poll. The Iead Itliesl Are Now Being Laid Out at the I'ntlertaketr folr Ildenltitltetionll. The Most A f ertinlg ireuIe Wias ThIat of it Mother anld Her lit tie Ital. Ithe S.ensl of the Vreek. FoirT M.mausos. Iowa, May u.- The scene of the Santa Fee railroad wreck presented a fearful appearance today. Scattered about in great confusion was the debrie of cars, all of them having been completely demolished with the exception of the last sleeper, which re mained on the track. The dead bodies were laid out at the undertaking shop. The woman who was killed was found to be Mrs. G. Bausch of San Bernardino. Cal. Her corpse was badly bruised and covered with blood. Mrs. Bausch's baby had evidently been drowned as no marks of violence were found on it. Luther m'ornelus a brakemen. was a ter rible sight. His head and face being terribly gashed and his skull broken in several places. The Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen h...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 14 May 1892

O01ZE HOEDa. rt Talks With Col. Broadwater and A. W. Lyman of Helesa. l. (. A. Broadwater and A. W. Ly Seditor of the Helena Independent, d through Great Falls yesterday route to Helena. 'they have been in hington looking atter the bill for a tary post at that city. Col. Broad er left Helena seven months ago with family and since that time has visited y of the principal points of interest Burope. He arrived in Washington ut a month ago and remained until passage of the bill which has created h a Hurry of excitement in Helena. o a ''arneaz reporter the colonel said was in excellent health and had en I his vacation thoroughly. Asked ,t the feeling in eastern political les regarthng the probable presi tial candidates on the demot.ratic republican tickets, he said ties was very uncertain, but ear as he could judge Cleveland and rrison would again be the candidates heir respective parties at the coming tion. ouing nearer home Colonel Broad er said he strongly deprecated the iry between G...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 14 May 1892

RUM REMINISCENCES. THE INTERESTING EXPERIENCES OF A GOLD CURE GRADUATE. Now a Candidate for a Drunkard's Grave Was Brought to See the Error of His Ways--Medlele,. Not Moral nsuloln, Wrought the Reformation. [Special Correspondence.l PRenonrr. Neb., May b.-For several years the liquor dealers of four west ern states had been booming me for a drunkard's grave, and my election to that important office seemed inevitable when certain friends held a caucus last January and decided that it would be trtter for me to withdraw from the race. They accordingly took possession of me one evening when I was doing some ar tisti┬Ět decorative work in Omaha and hnntdled me off to a quiet village where there, is an institute for the cure of the hiwease of drunkenneas by the gold chloride method. I would like to say here in parenthesis that the modern philanthropist who pronounced drunk enucss a disease instead of a habit de erves a vote of thanks. There is noth ing fascinating about a drunkard, but an ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 May 1892

b"out Hitoric*l M$.lIe WEEKLX TRIBUNE. S' IUME XI. (GREAT FALLS. MONTANA, SATURIlDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1892. NUMBER b ---- ------~---~-- ~ __r - - I ----_~--- ------ - ~- ,.- --..-___ ~ --- T DAMAGE REPORTED, amageto Property in Mioux ('ity by the Flood Will Reach $L.000.4 0. t I)'trction of ('ropr All Thirolughl lowil aind Along the Misswi siplpi River. lurrlieilne of I'nprecedenled l lo lelnce Reported from tile Ilt and of Maritills. Tho Waters Mulsidingl ,x Crry, May 19.- Quick tempered river as subsiding into its bankls. oss from yesterday's flonl is ilies tl. The loss of life will reacl 1 ty-ive and perhaps higher as a icr of persons arc reported mIiseing. bodies were recovered toylny, of A. (i. Anderson and Mrq. lien n and her baby. The tecuniary ill he heavy. D. E. Ilellge+, presi of the stock yards company, .sti the loss to the stock yards and ng interests at from $45t0,liK to XS). The loss to houses and furni of residents of the flooded district ggregate about $75),0(1) and ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 May 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. .- SATURDAY. MAY 2t. 1OB. Call for tie Nalnonal Dmeomtlo Conean - fien, 1892. The national Democratic committee, at a ,,oeting held this cay in the city of Wasahintonf 1). C.. haa ppointed Tueesday. the lst W aY o June, 180ry, s the time, antd chosern the Ctr o c'mnicaW a the place, for holdinr the nstional l)emocratlc convention. Mach state s etittled to representation therein equal to donue the Sepreeeutatioi to which It is entitled in the next electoral cllege, and each territor and the Di. nt rlt of('tlmb hall have two delealte All Democratic conervatve citizens of the United IStates, irrespective of past politioal assosiations and differences, who can unite with us in ile effort for pare. economical ana d onstitntionia overnment, are cordially invited to Join In sendiug delegats c the convention. Iua ALVN 2t . BalCe , Chairman. Sl4o PI'. L.rIeal, Secretary Demooratic Stale Convention. A tdemocratic state convention will be held at IcHentan. Mont.. on Thursda...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 May 1892

EY AND LAHION FIGHT, oleredl Pugilist Wins the Ikt tie in Four Hani Pought A Rounds. 'u, Se ~inmds Claim the Fight on ra it F'ont, Bnt Their Claim n Not Allowi d. ereely (ontested and Exeiting tl malet Hefore the (oney) Idl and Athletic (lub. c ti The lt.nnona.elldtrey Fight. v VYoa, May 10. The chief topic venration in sporting circles today as vicinity besides the Brooklyn cap was the great heavy-weight contest between Joe Lannon and odfrey before the Coney Island 'c club. Nearly all the sporting who attended the races made arrangements to take the prize in also, consequently the largeO am eatre of the Coney Island club was iled with admirers of the turf who so thorough believers in the art of efense. Lannon was the first to enter the ccompanied by his seconds. Jack I ett and Billy Mahoney. lie was ed closely by Godfrey whose e da were Howie Hodgkins and f Steel. Al Smith acted as referee. o on tipped the scales at 175 andtl eoy at 185. the call of time both men stepped e center o...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 May 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, SATURDAY. MAY 21. 15. pROTECTION AAU WAvOS. The question of wages is one of the greatest moment to the laboring men of the country and they naturally favor a tariff policy under which the labor market would be stimulated, and under which labor would command the highest price. Republican organs and speakers assert that a high protective tariff increases the value of labor while they invariably associate low wages with free trade. No reliable tables of statistics are produced by them to prove either declaration, yet the cry is iterated and reiterated that low wages and free trade are inseparably connected. The cry has become the pol itical stock in trade of the uninformed republican prints in the conntry. It is well known that the priceof labor like the price of any merchantable ar ticle depends upon the demand for it. When two employers run after one work man labor brings the highest market price, but when two laboring men run after one employer the price of labor...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 May 1892

AND LODGE II SESSION. tecretary Reads His Report, Ja Making Several Reeomn. mendations. ar ci Order in a Prosperous Condition cc --The Revision of the Conasti. tntlon Discussed. re as Ic he grand lodge Knights of Pythas 0 t at 10 o'clock Wednesday a. m. The g rt of the committee on credentials o presented after the transaction of u liminary business and adopted. It was follows: .G C.-Jno. L. Sloane. Laurel No. a Missoula. 0. O.--James B. Gallagher. Ivanhoe, .5, Butte. (. V. C.-C. S. Whitney, Crusader, No. Miles City. F. P.--Geo. E. Barnaby, Pythagoras, o. 2. Boseman. G. M. of E. -E. H. Talcott, Yellow- I eno No. 10, Livingston. G. k. of R. and 8.-Jocob Loeb. Myr r No. 3, Helena. G. M. at A,-H. Ringwald, Cataract, J' o. 18, Great Falls. G. I. G.--Geo. Treavealle, Mountain. o. 21, Granite. 0. O. (1. Geo Fitschlen. Damon, No. Butte. Sup. Rep.- J. E. Rickards, (Oswego.t o. 9, Butte. Sup. Rep.--L. A. Walker, Myrtle. No. Helena. t The following are the representatives the grand lodge: Dam...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 May 1892

THE FAVORITE WAS LAST. A Vast Assemblage at the Utreamls of the Brooklyn .IJrkey ('lub. The Great RHae of tinhe IDIy Won by Judge .Morroiw in a Hand inae Manner. lamIgstreet W1as Beaten in the s1tart and ('amne in Last. The Brooklyn Handleap. R.A., TRACK, GRAVEV :.I), May Iti.- The opening day of the so-called legiti mate racing season in New York state is always a red letter day in the racing calendar. It is on this day that the Brooklyn handicap is run and people of all descriptions pour into the grounds of the Brooklyn Jockey club in focks and droves to witness the first great event of the season. Today was no exception to the rule. Perfect summer weather and a fairly good track packed between 30. t00) and 35,000 people about the grounds. The handicap was the fourth event on the program and was described thereon as follows: Fourth race Brooklyn Jockey Club Handicap, for three-year olds aad upward; 850 each; half forfeit or $50 if declared; club to add an amount necessary to make ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 May 1892

RING THE DRUNkAIRD Ill.('lloride of (old ('tire and What It Has Done fot Humanity. iGreat Falls Keeley Institute and the Method of Treat. ment. these enlightened days we can rely conceive how it was possible 1 t at one time the insane were looked n as beings possessed of devils who l bie driven out only by the most runs and cruel treatment. The in were chained in dungeons. starve d bIeaten until their miserable exist was ended by a madman's horrible th. With the increase of our knowl - of nature's laws and the growth of roader Christianity came the rucog on of the fact that insanity is a dlis . to be treated as such, and tlint the I ni. are still (;od's creatures wtlrthll he tenderest care. he liquor habit Ihas stoodl lupon mucil same ground as insanitly 1Thi druk- 4 has been regarded usi a alin poit ed of a devil. To exorcise this i,.\ l sorts Of ilmeans haia been resorted to ray.rs, charms, antl dinigeons n il hout avail. It remtainid for ii cun doctor to teach the world that drun...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 May 1892

FIFTY HAPPY YEARS. DENMARK'S KING SOON TO CELE BRATE HIS GOLDEN WEDDING. Fortunate in His Marrlage and In His Family-The Princess of Wales, the Empress of Itnesia and tho King of (ryeeea Among Hlls Children. tt'opyright, 18.'. by American Press Assis.a tlon.l - N THE 20th of May the king and S queen of Den mark will cele brate theirgolden wedding. From a political point of view the event isnof little import . 1 ance, but as a family celebra tion it will command the attention of the world. Americans care little for kings and queens, but brave men and true wom en are more admired and better appreci ated in the United States than in any ,,ther part of the world. Under such cir cumstances I do not much care to write on this particular occasion of Christian IX and Louisa, as king and queen of Den mark, and all the Weudes and Goths. They are only very small potentates among the crowned heads of Europe. and their country is lnot nluch larger than Ohio and has less in:habitants thanir that ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 28 May 1892

Mdont l~ii """''WEEKLY TRIBUNE. 20 Co . ,LUJ)E Xl. (MRvEAT FALLS. MONTANA. SA'I'IRDAY MORNIN(i, MAY 28, 1892. NUMBER 11 . . .. . . ... . . .. .. . ........ . . . ....... . .. .. . ... ... . . .. ..--~ --- ~ ---- HE SILVYER CONVENTIION res.'es Made Iby Martin Maginnis and 'Ithers at Wash ington. Ilterl'llalional .Monetairy ('4 1.t til'rince Not Lookedicl I'poll With Favor. it l't (; ol4 nl and ilver' Ihill Nowt 1qiarely I.Iefo'e the Senate. .IIINc 'Tu., Maiy 2;.- In responseit' to I issued April -3c. i!)'2. tby till( nia I silver committee for a iatiolatl ntion of all who earnoestlv fil\or the 'dinto restoration of free ii.nletallic ge in the United States, ahout '2l4) ates had assembled about nioon to u Concordia hall anil were cullhel to by (ien. A. J. Warner. clhaitrihlln lof ationul committee. In taking the Warner stated the objects sought obtained Iby calling together the men of the country. M. M1. Parker, aent of the Washington board of ,delivered the address of welcome. orion ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 28 May 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. PUawAEl iT THE TRIBUNE COMPANY. fr coaroaAnso.1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subheriptions mn-t he paid in advance. dtALY. WKLLY". ocn )1ea-.by maii.Siu.ll) ; One aetr. byr mail. $i2.0 .ix moutths, %.tO Kix months 1,.21 t)ue month,. lP. i Thlree mont .," 75 One week, by carrier.L Single copy, - Advrtiliug rate,, frnished on application. The circulatiuion of the Tribhnae In Northern lMontana I p.unaanteed to exceed that of any pa ,er published in tihe state. Lnubcribers desiring their laddrea ehanged mnst send their former addressu as wril Aa the new aldmress;this rvtl,n!l he mmembered. Addresus: Titiunc COMPANY, ttreat Falls. Mlontana Call for the National Democratlo Com-ea tln, 1892. i'nl. na tinael ihttollcrt llc cllneoitor at a .t in, hid thi lAy in the rlit cf' Wahlolincton, I). C.. h;as alp.intedl Tu,drla. the 2iet day of IJann. lear ax th. tuin, and rel.ien the oil- of I'hlMtraoax thie plnacr.l fr holding the national I.em.eratl conrvention. Each stale is ,ntit...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 28 May 1892

SCITIZEN SOLDIER TO DISPLAY HIS SKILL AT HE OMAHA ENCAMPMENT. s the featiennall Year of AmerlcanI tim and the Approachlng Natial,,l petitlve Drillt Isn Aroused a Wide )al IuIIerest. lll'approaching enlcanplllllcut of the al Comtuletitive Drill aemccictticon, ied in Omaha durinug th1( week be g Juoce 11, is but th rcile, fruition idea etnm tlied ill the recomcnen imade by G(eorge Washington af clo.eh of tho Revolutionary war govcrnors of the iriginal thirteen The "Father of his ('ountry" i~ngested "the idolption of at prop .c iccthllishmtcit. cII nchicl h care I ben taken to Il: le tII( mcilitij hout th lir Iion ii n a cpropi r tand at fIl ilsng." United States has .itt' l 4Ii Ih the i"generalccti'c Ici crcdiy"v lpriiod e preselt nctionalc guard cl sticc. )now, as will Ie evidetlcic.cld a hI,, Ipilect nt OiiinlcH, the milihtia of of Ithe staltes.of lcthe I'utotln cci( i fur cn who ic i.c- of -;wtar wtoul nl I, re untfavorbuly with ti.( ri"gl;li ocganccizcttiocl. Septlc hoiclir th ll-...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 28 May 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATUHDAY. MAY .2. 185. DEATH OF COL. IIBO.ADWATE-. Never before in the history of Mon tuna were its people sm profoundly moved with grief as they were yesterday upon learning of the death of ('ol. ('... Ilroad water. It was so utnexpected, so sudl den that tlhe news cae uponl the peo ple like a ltat of lightning from a clear sky. Ilut a few dlay ago he was the reo -ipient of an oration tendlered by his neighbors the ,-ttizens of lelena of which any mian may well feel proud. To lay he lies in the cold elmbirae of death. ''The startling transition whis weight to the sadness of the news. Ni' writer in .Moltara. who knew Col. Ilroadwater. will lulaic Iien upon paper to-o.,eord his de.ath. feeling cinscious that hie can oI, justice to the subject of his sketch. lie will willingly pass the sad task to antilter and review upon the pages of his ul.lnniory the struggles. the well earned vicitories aind the glorious ldeedts of the maan whose history frorms a part of that f...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
x
Loading...
x
x