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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 28 February 1896

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. . tO I . I N , (llEAT FALLS. 1 N'I'OANA, FI.il ,' F I ;ilt'AI 2Y , IN;i. T!2 2 XX ý I A LIý ,I , lhh ,r M r'l ' tim ('. e il of ,t \thiat il s I ' National flank. K ROBBERS IN ARKANSAS o Act of ta ',`lshrj-' };.\'.vn t(1,i Fun,1e - Unlhbnlr) Ill I,178 Iluind City. '11 ,,ou di , .. i ', i. foat I t, tL O e6 of t,,-, under hi '.: .. ber w v. ',,, I ... ;. o1 v O ii": It h ll t nr., :%%; C ,, , .::. . S ,' itI . hi Jan,,r" '' i '' .... train and t,, 1 isexpect I . . bers are '. ' I: hanging ". i'. . ' caught. A.\ rI+ : , . . . by the 'i';ubiL:,n, ' banks f,, t ' , , Lr lr - il1 , . the Ga, '' ', says: A i i '' tempt v, I:n i : ' ' . . . and Plant"r..' II About I.: '..lri l'', ' ' the banik. II' , ., the enclIm'n' , 1, , . . ae tted in i .,: , r ..'i, ..., win, And I ' ealutali ,n ':., .. A I Adair ipjarpfl 1 : men COn ll i I (WI I t: receiveii '.r , '. wound, tin .. . the shoul, r : I I ... and e ett ::, as whb en r , I , ' . bleedincr. in'n v,.: . : a ' led...

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 February 1896

END OF A FARCE The Alleged Prize Fight 1ali Been I inally Pulled of' iin Old Jlextro. WAS A SHORT AND TAME AFFAIR Fitzsinmmons an Easy Victor W1ith a Knock-nout Blow in the First Round. LI, l\ r vy'v, Tesas.l'eb.21.--Peter Mahe was knocked out today in the first round after 1 minute and 3- seconds if actual fighting. Fitzsimmons played the same old game h, has so often played before, leading on his opponent until he had him where he wanted hiun and then lanided a' lightning right-hati swing on the j.w, and it wa eover. It was the iden:',i blow that klnuA:,: d iut irn Ilail in N iw t rhban -. " ýr hi- fi:i : p!,rt oft , t h i " , ilah, r ha ti,, ,,,t: , i'. E;l i" ti , n and f r ied t , t:.. , . , ne s to ,' t :at I . .. te , a a 'l;i' , ' f, Ii, .I , ". etti ti'n e : la ru" fough t ..i.. l '. i "'t r his reil ', bimlf. tif or ' of - who evi' st1pped nt1 tons is now. by l'tt,'ttu ;i P i i- : p',' senting theo ci ai pii e.i to Ma'ier, champion of tie world, and after the tight was ovi...

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 February 1896

AT THE SMELTER Superintendent Klepetko's Report of the Work of the B. & M. Smelter, in 1895. TO BUILD NEW MACHINE SHOPS A Further Increase in the Blast Fur nace Department Contemplated This Year. The following account of the work of the year at the it. & M. smelter, as re '.ported by SUperintedlcult Klepetkii to `,;the dirc:tors of the .ottpany, while con orted ill thesi e ctoluinlil, i 1,, in ~resting reading to (Jr:at Fal:l p o.l nllhntlemen 'lil followingi ii Ohinit ted it lll t o , a rep .rt ' il0 f o !'; it '- T hn.. i',,.tini , ; l,1itin i , c'- ; 1:I .'n i:, .: ,. a nli ll (' i t 0 ',i t.. , i l l -of thio:,- e ,'la 'nu l:n A ln adhliti.n l t h. , p 1,,, i .; " !l. . , iiceen bIilt in Ihe w , , vo now . o. 7 ( onili n. , . sao ihe "lhre. 1. N1 , . , N i d t , N n ,ie li. s;. aftin. whih ltop'rtties tihe b Ihr' can h,b rul from tihei 2"-!tl inl," to.l. wheels or fromU tllhe 3 inch tuirit''' When thi lat 'r are relieted frtiin riun anog the electrollytic dy'naimoel . 'I...

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. — 28 February 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. PAILY, WUKLY. One year .......$7.0I One year .......... $1.10 BIx months..,. 4 I;l,'iix m.nthx....... 1.00 One month .........~ ,7 Three m, nth...... .h75 Unless cvid in advaune th. daily will iuverl ably hA 75 contc pser onuth, and th' weekly 2 per year, 41 for mix monthsf and lcvents per month tfr le.t" than ix tmlolnths. Advertliinc rat,. rnrnixhi on application. 'r le 'lirNt Ieaves ant t".exfetClttrs far he hind to inr dittion Advertiitrs tnty have an Nlaxxbex 't""iirag it aifreex changed arxet etd t ie fair tnaldreix as well at the tnew iadtlre, ,, .it. V.2),.! i rtunel rteled. 71 V 1 b:.1'. i . trc t Falls, Mont. The l,,oa xiprxie court hax decile.d Ithat t; a .t': ;it l:ature can enaoct laws to r,.t . rt.al'. i aiii flat h,' aws a. . ...I' . : i t ilfti . ' i'h" asei `u"f , , . , i. a ,V , It ,: Vii! ' x t i ix , nli . ,. t ilor il, r lwr i,, 'fit ,t S ., .u .- , , th.,, .. . r. t ict , , , .-a .ie a Sr t ,: r , ,l r , .e . li i ii:t to ...

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. — 28 February 1896

NEWS OF TE WEEK Natlutaty. Veo,. 22 SCharles S. (Gihlon of Helena is in the ity. Miss ILolah Bullard of Helena is in reat Falls. SFrank Lewis, proprietor of the Lewis oal mint at Armington, is in the city. T. G. Il llth'waly of Missoula, agent or thi Ili~ Illiackfoot Lumber lil.ialy, a in tli city. 1)r, A. 1. ctooper, who hns been visit Lg in ientu ky seice ('tlhriitnlns, 1 i ex ected ti return atiout March 10. Mice Alite t1owdnil of (rext I'she hes I iteen appointed f litit ti e f or ihe justi "u co,,urth of J;Ilt tow ,-tns ., John I' aun ti r. i t n lit i",1 ir., i, t, ilath r I)nl1. of Gr( Is'l !·! . e ll: r,0 i l" strlb lh It h liii' I't , ii , i I, l , i 'i ll i aliia tr Di l., IL ri ih t (' , i . i l," i lt i(n . i d ' . ,,, ' ,:,l0 .i .wl' ili l i !' I i e1 ~alt ,r lu i lt ll l ii',a t it 0 hl I , lI , ,i 'I lii ro lt i I ll l' i II! " It,, 1 ' t11, ( ,H i , (nh l li'.,i tsl i v, ! i lii. ili rl, "f Mij tl(ri iii, I'l ] s lir ll . I , ; ' " , I,, iho ,- i ci'i- I , ft, itawl ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 28 February 1896

CUBAN QUESTION I)ebate in the Senate Heard by Large Crowds, Including Many of the Diplomats. SECTARIAN APPROPRIATIONS In (',ommittee or the Whole. With a Light Attendlance, They Are Ihi ated. W i t. I. ()ON, Feb. 24 - Public interest in the Ctut.tn que.tion was sho!wn today by the crowds which ca(ne to the eRnate t hl t ' . ,i anti[ipation of a t'ntinuan e' P tih t'tCban db.ate. i he' dplomiate: alk, , h',wed tihe arFe ,t r , The oet.a toi 'la ''i , t t mitth 'i thlle., tie, v arfter a v itr.! a t in th debte. by a t. of . toi :: 'citi that 'tlon of th axiprtoipri c .... ' ' hi o rly e.cta i,n T ,h to t e to . ic li .lt t '.iittttiitn atiti the tlh t tod ay w an , "1 i, t n . a , M ,eh vi.tie : r .eu bl i cn, a rio i' the In .I)t hprot,- l , ti, i "ci':ly a w ,ned A. i'. A. ni ect er on the timta to s y t(own ',s) ;[r cnt, Wnit thl a) pin emmitt ch year until ith cead at ry dia aft-ir, purtuin db ta pliby a tif 93 flor t Ihct io aorti non of the appropria lionr ',n ownuIs shouhl o t...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 28 February 1896

CITY CLEIRIK'S IIKI'Oitrt City Piiiallc333 For t11o 1.313. 3 u3.rter. I Et ittt 33 3g of the city conncii, en I lihwity the ftlnt i w ig tlort of ptl ol HIL13133333313713i'31r 333 thA cfitY it-i. PItll.ti V t 3113(3 hawing Il oir r tpitiiltg jtriod o, Iaet th; h3nor tlottt33lt shotwing tloy l3) hotly, athl thf, it]3iul t~iort con Iptd tit) eir nit ~ t o thecit uartr enhru.lull. :1, 181, o elptltul Wit' 33(3 ioih cut or; lto tte 3 3,713 nq Ch ; i 3133331f33w 03. rot33 ~ a Ilulnl .. .. HO ' 3 t lt A Salautee vi oft .n ý ita f '" .. .in.rnl Tit hIl' I.I tit olI~i '. V.. t.. I 1 011,.,"" ., t Ar .;.1 . 'I 1oii., 11.'0,11 l 3.433W salstrtbbowr~c' ·- -A 1,10:").1 Roardai rlk lll, In·· "i·'': PO f~i Ibll r l'.. l II i r1'1 Fla il i 33 ............. irý 1·Ii·v" H( ilntloon1 ' pO f ti"l ,- arl II 11 pl'Illr . ,· · F~ee 1333.l . * I3133 '33t1t1 ill,,3 It I,,I ill I'llllli(. I iil t":II(y. Sala ...... . Sandvy expwull I...-.... . .31 3 3 Wagon I 33tt33.". ('I1303 l~ n333"3 N33i,. Erecting bo33...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 28 February 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report Roal Baki ABbOL'TEL PURE OUT UN LITTLE O iTER CLKi Fine Plant f! th .. ;.raa Stucco ( 'illitit ni N u u I i n i 1 i.t! perat ioin. tireat FJeL' a t.; l 1t ' ! Fi 'rt ,. A lt ' ' . : . 11. idea the . a. .. ,,. toddy. r t' . , .r y' e - expoiure Of plant'-r if I r r ntt ing r. an tO writter.. Lt , p.a t:r of , rr tuanfa, tured by t. ,i'r.ttara Stu ::r, tn,rl,l any I has been ptra :r. 'ur .-rl.c., pre and in every ryu-p .t I:''s1 to tra, stn. ard gra i,-. T"onit . t .- ry ).a of ti , ptroxt t rttlin t.t. ;h a rt tr ,.. ,+,d t 'J r .d i, . - the ra -' '. Th r. platre-r r :. cori r t ,"; ', l l. . . , , , . , ",r , t r redu ' 'lh or it vtr1 " mill. t tiof r . tf thf This in cir:ular in 'aup- abtut !: f -t high and nearly as a wl. contructied .'f the beet fire brick, an, hal a large iron kettle in the top. Inside the kettle are tranuverse armne which rotate continu ally, stirring the contents The furnace has a capacity of two an...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 6 March 1896

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. OLUME XII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , MARCH 6, 1896. NUMBER 3 TY MRLLIONS ling Contention of the Wiscon sin Central Railway Law Department. OS-OF THE N. P. WORTHLESS Were Iesned in Violation of an Express Prohibition in the Charter. WAUKEE, March :.-The biggest tion that has yet developed in the ern Pacific receivership matter recipitated today by the tiling of by the Wisconsin Central coin and Wisconsin Central Railroad ny to the original, amended and mental bills of the Farmers' Loan net company, on which the re 'hip is based. companies make the claim that orthern Pacific had absolutely hority whatevea to issue any of utmerous mortgages with which ad is encumbered and that in uence all the bonds issued under gee, to the amount of nearly rodt, are null and void. claimed that the Northern Pacific hibited by congress from making uting mortgages on its properties by the express consent of con This, it is claimed, the company ever secured, except in one ...

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. — 6 March 1896

Willh a iiy ( w h ls I. BELLIGERENCi OU THE CUDANS Even thl It bearr `!t+ rmanlt Iý+11rn ein al i IOntiu v 4 m t 1! i ::r - tr ti h ii are, a., fatortie1. depen e. iI r m u i !u are a a f r :t feti;.. ,ac Iakts ,:r t ti niti i butti : Shor-r at 11~ ' ,. "r;. , 111a,,t~ t ,t ", r ~ t +rr, ý.P :{ft ire or - abia r+- a t ! , !, i +,t~ a l.t H~uttr", :,I(" I aliftl~i -IlI I.I. ti TI, aSty i .s as 1I , . . . " . t tI pr nih itiorr. t n. i r , .0 :t urd of -everai trhou , ' r- c': t ! l . u Thie p.Gait! . .:, , " fl . I t' , tio n andI di a fur ur an u ru, free coinari I t ! ct at 1 to I, and savnerr of r .'ur monrp Lu- 1 ' a, ,f oh o- , for the jr . t ,. , a,., to l rle'narv ,. .r , oa main's. I A fuj 11ev. E. ernvlr ftl 1 Northern I. at, ra irwi company frr not acc-uv "J f'r .'.! .Lit:. sale by htn ofV th n rr trermnd bonus. tinpo-? ?t: wemo the 1tkiV r : i. f i t . t at, circuit court, oa t- .a Ii. tfrIP :larch 2i, ry 'nrror:.nr t "to u - eel, to al;'wi mtr to rut in he an wtr, the pla...

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. — 6 March 1896

FIRE AND FLOOD Two Elements Were on the Rampage in Eastern Localities Yesterday. BIG FIRE AT MINNEAPOLIS Disastrous Floods Visit New York and Some of the New Eng land States. Mi NNEAi'oit s, March 2. 13y the burn ug of ther Mirineeapoli8eurmiinal l1Ievator at 2 o'clock this morning a lee of 70.000 was entailed. The elevator rust 50,000 twelve years ago, but could be lut today for about $S1i0,000. It was weed by the Minneapolis 't'erminal levator company and contained 1,17. bushels u` wheat, of which 2i7,000 ',re owned by the W\ahhiurn-tOrosbti gompaoy and the balanie by the (i. W an Liusen Company, The innuranct the grain was 837B(l00. The lire was discoverid ly It watch an at 1:15. When tie depariimit ar ved on the scene the 11 mu e were Ir ii g through the roof. Nothing it ni( h,' one by the depart int t' arr-et the rgreor- of the tlimeis in the interior of the building, and a successful lt40 t wa Asde to release the wheat from the bite Sorder to eave the walls from huiat:r t. At ...

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. — 6 March 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One pear......87.00 One year.6.... 1.50 biz mtonths... 4.10 LW x months..... 111 One menth... .... .75 Three monthe..... .75 UnleIs in Iir in adtance the daily will Invert ably be 75 ,,,.t- ier mnnti, and the weekly $2 mier dar, 51 te w sd donthr and 2 o11 as phr meath for all six nonnths. Ainndrt -i Prt'- furnished ontpienpcartron Tcl ctj up.o' beavert ..11 ednepr itoirt for li. hindc in for Iditi. Adver."eer mnt have ot.r gestm.. itn b..,.. at reu timoo, Snesui.sbte. 'o -iinx their addrPes lhanted madt tie to furter atddrist iae well ea the new addreNw iir sehtoud be reomemobred. TUE therc UNE. Giriet Fatll. Hllot. Seattle hoas a m~unlicipal election on hand and thie Post- Intelliicencer fran tically calls upin its readers to avote for h decent mon for mayor." The other fellow muet be a silver advocate, for gentlemen of that creed are the only onee igeaOiet whom the x . has latelyI had lime to hurl its editorial anathemas. 1 The New Northwest...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 6 March 1896

of XVS OF THE VE di Saturday. Febt. 20 o the district court yesterday, the ercantile company obtained judg- tt by default against Herman Mul aus ir sum of $11995. be district court yesterday, Geo. R. at I & Co. brought suit against Louts of and Paul Vedis, for $2t0.19, alleg be due on account. t1 it was entered yesterday in the die- F ourt by the Cotiuonwealth Title M urance Co. against Michael J. A her et al., to foreclose mortgage on and 2, and the es of the. nwM of n 3U, township 19 north, rauge 4 ti Kralich, a native of Austria, yes- tl appeared before Ju igo ienton nouucod his all giance to all for d owets, and declared his intention i port the constitution of the UTniuted whereupon his full citiz'nehip a were issued to him on order of tl urt. 0 0. Phelps returned yesterday morn m a six weeks' visit to New York, 0, Washington and other eastern Swhere he has tbeen on business h leasure. lie linde business rather * in the older states snd thinks, all P consi Bred, Great Falls...

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. — 6 March 1896

GENEROUS CITIlENS OF BELT In the Interests of the Fair, They Waive 411 ('aimn to Its Location. PI'roeeidi age of the ('loiing Day of the Farler' I netituite--Intelest ing Addresses. sporial iorre,.spndinc of TaE TUmour.. I I.ii, March 2.- The attendance at the tarilirs' institute Saturday did n1t exced iliit of the precious day, but the propol tiin of farmers among those in at teL laiei wis larger. chairman iC. F. Stork read a paper oi. IFariiniig fur Pr fit, ' which was very inti'x'sIi t 'ud ri'evciled hearty Itpiilaiusi. I ' s,u1 ithat he t ail ftount hi ch laud f nneluun"th pleasant and proflitable al"i t' f'uni' that the apriii'rne of cr tult l;I rt util earnst tar iltwasWH ti, Ihe feemrlltu fromi h1is fittil , , 1, Stliiv 3iar- wli ri li$t,.h .55, >tt lo u nIo t "t1,1002,20 r,-prl".s ntle ,I!, is to 1-05. 11is) irih of"t wh at ya-alwas: l1lil ,iilush . 'u i u s: I's , 12 ushels aý1 i~ihel: 1400i, 01. ushtels, i's rag' si-It of Z'4 SNo. I hil aImIat t ,i un the hicgrst liv r ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 6 March 1896

CADO COUNTY fAHMERS Rh y 'Ileet at Ib It dill Ili eti+ Agri urn callinr l Mattter'S of" teal e r I tot ' lit: tt i. it LI, Feb. 2e' The farmier' inetitiite pI tied in the new (Odd FEilowo' ihtll at t::ii) p. tn toitiy, t. I. Storli. dilit of the county ugril ilturl ii pii ton, Ireohidi6'. tie acct~oilt Ilf thet V etaile 1,,ittlr I aittter i,.: ' we t bout Nal r. t. 'nuir:n, ni I aty. eral thiltdrel ivlliimee if Vubliil I o of the iirolturitl I t t I I ii I hnel i s ia'n IitrmIdins it halt f ti) p. i tu trito tti, loll to ii 1 ii M tr. inary if till istdt alct oi thel c 1.e uthtI , u I iont a'eitng t ht h a c unt or her t S an cr thoe apt. Irn gat any. ty o eral tauury' r oue t ofofeil F 10 Loat ofe ritry itrvluttil deat~ It Cth i Ii., tatt, :tell SlIOtlI Il 0a ~otof th l la~ l`IuotI broeobt 1t 1 yIt 'll, bat on,, brogh oute anb ipproo i kentl uto c r~ t t i li r n I t Thg di. I t ofttbe . I 1ostjtinll I cent to litt ' your evet.l. offense It at utiio tin a It ,respondent awards, I ý...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 6 March 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report AjBaking ROY~1 Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE TESTIMONY FOR THE STATE A Jury Secured and Several Wit nesses Examined in the Ley den Murder Trial. County Attorney Freeman States What He Expects to Prove -The Evidence. At 2 p. in. Tuesday, in the district court, after another special venire for six citizens of Great Falls habt been re turned, the followinti jury was scorn to try the case of the State of .Montana vs. Stephen Leydon, charged with inur tier at lItit, tiecember _. 15:6, of Victor lIg: James II. ( llette. rancher, Belt: William Elliott. expressman, Great Falls: 11. A. Miter, rancher, Cascade; W. H. Satford, Henry Tietjen, mer chants, (riat Falls: Robert Andrewe, track foreman of the (reat Falls Street Railway Co.: loseph F. Stuart, rancher, St. Peter's: S. H. Wilber, dray nan, Great Fails: 1'. Kelly. tookkeeper in the Northwest-rn National bank of Great Falls: T. W. Purseil, rancher, Cascade: E. L. Cornell, dairyman, Sand...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 13 March 1896

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. OLUMIE XIT. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, vitiv MA, H 13, 1896. NUMBER 4 I rffo'Ic HILL the New York Senator Opposes the Pending Cuban Reso lutions. OSED NEW SHIP CANAL Asked For a Water Highway ween the Hudson and the Great Lakes. irvOioN, March 12. - Senators and Hill were the conspicuous 'P in the Cuban debate in the sen y, the New York senator forcibly it the mercenary character of the i resolutions, while Sherman up m with another graphic arraign 1 Spain and Gen. Weyler. It was h day of the debate on the con 3t report, and yet there was no evi a near approach to a tinal vote, Sherman announced that he seea for a vote at the earliest mo ec The galleries continue to be and today showed no diminu b tIe public interest. Hill's opposition eto psolutions was confined to that which -expressed the purpose of at ted States to intervene to protect to interests of the United States. i6 e senator declared, was an igno contemptible attitude. It was lea the cause of human...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 13 March 1896

BUTTE & BOSTON The Sheriff of Silver Bow County in Charge of the Property of the Company ON BEHALF OF THE CREDITORS Large Sums of Money Are Repre sented in the Attachment Proceedings. Bt-"-:. March C -Attorneys repre senting the western bordholders of the Butte and Boston Copper and Silver Mining company today filed attach ments on its property for 115.0)0. Seven hundred men are thrown out of employ ment. Is This Another. BUETE', March it.- -The Butte and Boston's mining property was attached today on account of the suit of Edward C. Perkins, who holds claims of carious creditors. aggregating 't07.514.13. The largest claims are I. 1 (00o on a noteand $10,('00 D 0n money advanced d 1 Lewisohn Bros. of Now ork: .5114, advanced ly th tt t'.t and .11lV to:^a ro [any: luscItti L. Ta t 'I'y. Tht other Kcuainm :ar i , t i: frn t and not subri't to isil. L, I attalhed, thu- fuly f u t in debt. t'frlNltNII, (i,- 1 Alt. renerair lI.-rritt it %I: i,,,in Eton to Cii n ( is lt s~t ecretary ....

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 13 March 1896

SENATOR DEAD ath Adds to the Complexity of the Senatorial Contest in Kentucky. E DARK AND BLOODY GROUND publicans Ready to Force a Fight Over a Contested Election Case. FaNavour, Ky., March 9.-For the ' cond time death has added to the corn xity of the senatorial contest that has roused public interest in this state two months and attracted wide at tion throughout the country. The ath of Senator Rosel Weissinger of uisville today removed, besides a die guished member of the Louisville hsr, e of thu most active and energetic res in the senatorial fight; a man o has within the past few weeks de ted Dr. Hunter, the repullicau n001i ýee and successfully halled every at pt of the followers of Senator Black to secure the re-election of that er. Ihe exact political effect of I he event of today cannot be determined, tonight the election seems more ote than ever, The republicans w have 18 members of the legislature, and the democrats 07, with a probability of the support of the two populist...

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. — 13 March 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. WUKLY. One iear.irculatio7.00 One year.6.m..avec1.50 Six months.... 4.00 Itix months.....1.00 One month... d 75 Three months....75 Unless paid i ance the daily will inver ably be 75 cnets per month, and the weekly $2 per year, 1i for six months and 20 cents per month for iee than air mo nths. Advertising rates furnished on application. Tax Tszst'tesleaves all coinpe Itors far he hind in ctirculation. Advertisers may have ac cess to its houks et any time. Subscrihere doesirin their address changt must se ad their former address es well as the new address; this shonid he remembered, THE TRIBUNE. Oreat Falle. Mont. 'Satan is being hit in his strong holds." sacs the Holelena News, and to substantiato the statement it gives a list of churches in that city in which special services are now being held. Do's the News mean to say that the I Iel-na church's are the strongholds of Satan': A few days ago 'enator Thurston of Nebraska announced that t...

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