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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 3 April 1896

GREAT FALLS WEE LY TRIBUNE. VOLU3ME XII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, F IIJ)AY' , APRIL, 3, 1890. NUMI BEIR 6 .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MORE SQUABBLES Senators Object to the Increasing Political Power of Office Holders. PROVIDING FOR THE INDIANS The House Mtultifles Itself on the Question of Sectarian Appro priations. WASI-mNGTON, April 2.-The postoffice I appropriation bill served to bring out some sharp discussion in the senate to day on the propriety of abolishing coun try postoflices and absorbing them as branches of a city office. Gorman op posed the plan as undemocratic. He stated that the Baltimore postoffice ter ritory included two congressional die tricts, and this postoffice power was ex erted toward influencing the election of men for congress. After a speech by Elkins advocating subsidies and other means of extending American commerce on the seas the postoflice bill went over. During the day George closed his speech, covering three days, in oppo...

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. — 3 April 1896

TO REED'S TURN The Old Bay State Republicans En thusiastic for the Man from Maine. SPEECHES, MUSIC, CHEERS Better than All of These Was the Unanimous Indorsement o. His Candidacy. BosTON, March 27.-A larger and more enthuiastic body of prominent re publicanes has seldom imet at a state conventien here than was gathered to day at Music hall to elect four delegates at large and alternates to the national convention at St. Louis, in June. Of 2002 delegates entitled to seats in the convention, 1,8351 were in attendance full of enthusiaml for Thomas B. Reed as the candidate for president of the United States. Every delegate had in his button hole a Reed button, bearing a picture of their favorite, with a back ground of national colors, and every time the name of the Maine statesman was uttered, cheers burst from the throats of the vast crowd that filled the convention hall. Nor were the delegates much more enthusiastic than scores of ladies who occupiedl seats in the first gallery. While...

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. — 3 April 1896

THISINNEWYORKii Where President Cleveland Made His a Notorious Home Mission Speech. t REAL PRIZE FIGHT IN PUBLIC One of the Bruisers Knocked Into r Unconsciousness in Fifteen Rounds. MAsr:ETA, L. I., March 30.-Jack Ever hardt and Horace Leeds, lightweights, met tonight at the Empire Athletic club. They were scheduled for a 25 round con test and devotees of the ring came from I all points ih the country, crowding the arena till more than 3,000 spectators were watching the contest. Everhardt was somewhat a favorite in betting, though Leeds had lots of friends. As a curtain raiser Frank Erne of Buffalo and Jack Downey of Brooklyn boxed 10 1 rounds. It was a lively bout, but was declared a draw. Then came the event of the evening. The men shook hands and it was announced that Queenebury rules would govern the contest. Leeds was the taller and had the additional advantage of reach, but it did not save him from defeat. The fight was hot and Everhardt won in the 15th round. Leeds was carri...

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. — 3 April 1896

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 3 April 1896

NEWS TOF E WEEK Sat urday. March 28. Frank Lewis of Armington in in the city. Justice William McQueen of Arming ton is in the city. The mileage alone of witnesses in the Sebastian trial amounts to 81J30. Attorneys A. P. McAnelly and W. N. a Fletcher of Bolt are in the city. .ittoroey A. J. Shores returned yester- f i!:y from western 1Montana, wher he he had heIn on profosuional businees for a wet;k. lierman Rickert and ])ar:gol Par-. P 1enu, natives of Ruessi, yesterday da :ilred their intention of bcrcouing citi ",:cs of the United States. Mrs. Samuel Sothern, mother of Iirse, t l', F. )sean, arrived from Winnipeg this 1 ,1unrning. Mrs. Dean, who has been ill ,or omloe time, is now on the way to re Judge C. W, Pomeroy of Kalispell is ii the city, en route to Choteau, where Ie will convene court Monday. The term will be a short one, probably with cut a jury. D)r. G. W. Pelzer received the sad news yesterday that his mother died yes- e tIrday morning at her home in (grand [lupids, Mi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 3 April 1896

AGIN MONOPOLY United States Supreme Court Decides Against Railroad Corpora. tions. VERY BLACK EYE FOR JIM HILL Tie Long and Short Haul Di.-crimina tions Are Declared to IBe Illegal. t'. ..'xtsn ;roy, March 30. - Justice Brown delivered the opinion of ;tbe su pretme court today in the case of Thomas Pearsall, vs. the Great Northern Rail road company. and also of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad company vs. the Commonwealth of Kentucky, as to the right of parallel and competing lines to consolidate, holding in the case of the Great Northern that it could not, under its charter, and in opposition to an act of the Minnesota legislature of 1874, be consolidated with the Northern Pacitic, as was sought to be accomplished. Justices Field and Brewer dissented in the case. In the Kentucky case a like opinion was rendered as to an attempt to consol idate the L. & N. with the C. & 0. S. W. road. The opinion of the court of ap peals of Kentucky, enjoining the consol idation was aff...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 3 April 1896

SEBASTIAN MUROER TRIAL : Many Witnesses Testify to the In-. sanity of Defendant-Synopsis c of Evidence. F An Exciting Scene in the Court Room d -The Defendant Has One of His "Spells." Friday the deposition of John R. McGee, superintendent of the Water Power & Electric Light company of Marshall, Minn., was read. Deponent was employed as engineer by W. C. Stanton, whose deposition was read Thursday, and defendant fired for him for two years. He described defendant's peculiarities about as Stanton did. Every few weeks defendant would be come so wild that he would have to be taken home; continually complained of pains in his head and suffered terribly from them; would forget what he said or did; was twice discharged by deponent, because of his wild actions; when he re covered, would ask why he had been discharged, and seemed to not remem her what he had done; deponent consid ered him mentally irresponsible and was convinced that he was insane; defend ant did not use intoxicants; wou...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 3 April 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report toY5 Baking - Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE SEBASTIAN MURDER TRIAL The trial of the Sebastian murder case was resumed in the district court at 9:30 o'clock Monday morning, A ttor ney George II. Stanton continuing his address for the defense, concluding at 11 a. m., when County Attorney Free man began the closing address, conclud ing at noon, when the court took a re cess until 1:30 p. ui., when Judge Ben ton began to read his charge to the jury, the delivery of which occupied 20 min utes. At 1:55 p. m. the jury retired, and de liberated until about 0 p. ar., when they were taken to dinner by the ollicers, re turning at 7 p. in., when they resumed their deliberations. At 9:15 p. m. the jury asked to com municate with the court. They were taken into the court room, and Foreman Atkinson stated that it seemed hopeless that the jury would agree, and that he had been instructed to ask that the jury be polled and discharged. Judge Bento...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 10 April 1896

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLU3E XII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIIAY , APRIL 10, 1896. NUMBER 7 V O LU ~ IE X .. .. .. .......... ... ... .... ........... . .. ....... ....... ............ .JR MANTLE ON DECK Senior Senator from Montana Makes His Maiden Speech vit the Senate. PROTECTION AND FREE COINAGE Sectarian Appropriations Once More Occupy the Attention of the House. WAsuINOTON, April .--After being in retirement for some weeks, the tariff silver bill was brought forward in the senate today as the text for a speech by Mantle of Montana, one of the five re publican, senators who voted against considering the tariff bill. Mantle defended the course of the sil ver republican senators, declaring that the Dingley bill was not framed as a patriotic measure. It was Mantle's maiden speech of a formal character. liHe said he hesitated as a young and new member of the senate to address the body, but the misinterpretation and mise representation, which had been indulged in against the repu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 10 April 1896

OPINIONS VARY As to How Grover Cleveland Stands Regarding the Cuban Reso lutions. THE UPPER MISSOURI RIVER Is Provided For in the House River and Harbor Appropria tion Bill. WASHINCTON, April 3.-The house to. day revived the question of Cuban bel ligerency in connection with the confer ence report on the Cuban resolutions. It was not expected that there would be much debate, but Boutelle, by his vigorous opposition, prevented action to day, and the chances now are that the debate will run all day tomorrow. Hitt, chairman of the foreign affairs commit tee, in presenting the conference report, made a very temperate speech, in the course of which he expressed the great. set confidence in the president, although the resolutions being concurrent had no binding effect on the executive, who would not be so "recalcitrant to his duty as to disregard the expressed wish of congress." He in fact refused to enter tain the suggestion that Cleveland might not recognize the belligerency of the Cuba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 10 April 1896

GAMES IN GREECE Athletic Tournament and Sports Re vived by the Ancient City of Athens AMID GREAT ENTHUSIASM American Representatives Victors in All the Preliminary Contests. ATHENs, April 6.-The athletic con tests, which are intended by the pro jectors as a revival of the ancient Hel lenic contests, opened today and the pre liminary exercises were accompanied by impressive ceremonials. Great enthusi asm was manifested by the people and the occasion was observed as a national festival, the city being gayly and bril liantly decorated and thousands of sight seers being abroad. Many visitors are here, attracted by the athletic events. The day opened with a religious cere mony, the singing of the Te Deum in the cathedral. This was attended by the royal family and a great throng of spectators. Although the sky was over cast and threatened rain, this did not de tract in any appreciable degree from the enthusiastic interest in the sports. The number of spectators who looked on at the contes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 10 April 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE ,U , P r ,ON HATES. 1... .,Q ;. f,,, rr .. .....H . lO .. . . : .. . . ' . I._, t ! , L : . ' . t ,,'' 1 , , I ' . I , ,:., , ......,r the n, u I,,. ndi at icu1 g , Lay , i r p,,e, writbt: a Iengt:y letter in wh .. , pl .)e fart ar,.I loose with the proprofii n. Among other thing toin the pc-tl, the se.cretary eayl: "Tho obihga tions a: umed whLe I accepted y pr.sent ouicial position require me to devoAt, my entire time and attention to the ,ubic interests committed to my charg,.. 'This readso wA.l but is it tru..: Not by a jugful. Mr. (orliele during hie incumbe.er.y of te:, c 'e has fourel time to make in.numore'ah: trii to New l rk, tot ,n tie public int r "t but in the in terest of the bank,.r- whoem e pr r mitted to compel him to, issue bonds to the amount of 820t2,0h,.vO by the sale of which a syndicate realized immense for tunes. He found time to visit Ken tucky, not In the interest of the people, but for the purpose of defesting the election of Jo Blackbur...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 10 April 1896

IEWS OF " WEEK Sntrda;Y., April 4. i II Harlow and CGeorgeo P. Harris of , ,gging Creek came in yecsterday. Social dancn at Myers' hall tonight, gi\vl by the Wallace s:hool of ldarncng. 'Ihe Cihestnut IlrDnd up association ,ifl meet at St. Clair Saturday, A.pril 11, 1e ti. C(onstalde Matt Ilichardc! on of Ielt t;i n lie city and is registired at the Mil lIen Jeremiah, editor of the Rand . i,,ulto department of the Belt Valley 'ilnes, is in the city. IIC.I. Waite, a well known rancher of ;\il!lw Creek, is in the city today and ..i;tered at the Ulmh. 1:. P. Comer, E. W. Comer, and A. P. "'.Inaud of Cascade canme in yesterday ,,t are registered at the Ult. Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Goodrich rnturned ;.;lcrday fromn outh Norwalk, Couun., ,hIre they spent several wueke. V.tncel Antonis and John Cristlopher, :,ltives 6? Austria, yesterd(.Iay dleclareiil ,ir intention of becoming citizens f i ih UIited States. A. M3. Scott, former president of the irl National hank of Great Falls, now ',r, -idrn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 10 April 1896

'TXVASVEMQITIET .(!Eri:ro .,e of I 1-'-^l,.dlt Hitnljni'n t'i r iqtl.e'l-. liarrison nt tht \ lit \ it' RELATIVES AND INTIMATES \sere the (truly (Ilnests Bidllden t, tihe Cere'riony- --En Imale for tihe We-st. New\ Yo(riK, April V. The marriage of Mrs. Mary Lord Dimulick to General lienjamin Harrison was solemnized at St. Thomas church this afternoon at 5:15. Dr. Wesley Brown, rector, olli ciated at the ceremony. The marriage, which to.ea place in the presence of 20 relatives an I select friends of the bride and gr.toem, was a very private nlfair. The hr'tr was sih[p!y tbt beautifully ii i:,or:,d tarrison left toe Fifth Avenue -itel, ,t;:ciri, anied by General Il].j mttlin '. 'ray'. in a clos d ct.arria:,'. at 3 cloch, tn- was e rir n t i t". Fir. row:'- truse in Fif y t;ir t street. .Thy pessued through tihr lruae to the * -try. rh-re they aseuhtt, the coming ?f the rl: I ' party, '',. T bridel left the -orne of hlr siter, r-, rJohn F. PIarker, ut i;:,t 'hirte sr-lt: -treet, at 2:1...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 10 April 1896

ORT OF COUNTY FINANCES ance of Nearly One Hundred and Forty.Nine Thousand Dollars ney on Hand For School Purposes and Money Paid Out in March. ounty Treasurer Diokerman Fri made to Clerk McDonnell the re te of his office, as required by law, for month ending March 31, 1896. be report of the school district funds we the balances to the credits of the oral funds of the respective districts, rch 31, to have been as followe: Fund. Balance. General ..................$8,271 56 Special................... 6,698 18 Building.................. 100 09 Sinking................... 9,610 00 General .................. 596 54 General .................. 1,901 16 General .................. 361 13 General .................. 147 76 General .................. 432 70 General .................. 3,771 72 Special................... 2,130 46 General .................. 313 67 General .................. 562 56 Special ................... 222 31 General .................. 581 14 General............ ...... 645 68 ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 10 April 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report DI gBaking IWyI Powder ABOWLTELY PURE TALK BY T[RP1E lie Regales the Senate With a Tor nado Speech on 'nhau Allairs (henerally. SHERMAN AND LODGE JOSHED Thie lHouse Vaitly I tdeavors to iAs certain What the Metric Sys tent Meanis. W ASIINtm ,v'oN, April .- S ,,natr Tur pie's speecht, on Cuba sas the cevnt of the day in the senate, ail in many re spects it was the mllost picturesque and vehement utterance heard on the sub ject. The senator had an inrebaustibtle vocabulary and a bitterliy satirical style. While arguing for anlical action ron Cuba, ever to the ,e .tnt of seinding a fleet to Cut an waterl, much oi f Turpio's speech was given to sarcasmr air ridicule of the e: nurs of St:e'rian and;tledg in managing tihe ('u! an resolutions. The senator crel;tti,. uth armue uluuent by hlis portrayal of .e totr Lid_,,, as at warrior about to fight :. dul , eit h Minister tlu ipuy de iLoui . Slain. lost of tthe day was Liven to t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 17 April 1896

KoIt istorical MSod GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. ve-~ E X_ I. GREATI' F1ALLS, MON!I'ANA, '1IU1) , AI'1i1I, 17, I9i;. -7 N' i."111,1, 7 ACVIII4 A PICE hill of Now Y IDefends Carlisle's Aduliuistration Before the S~e. ate-. OPPOSES AN 'NVESTIGATION something of a Quarrel Over Old Soldiers' Records in the House, WASsINoToN, April 1( -Ire resolu tions for an investiga 'on oa the recent bond issues was taken up the senate today, and Hill made a sa (j val and dramatic speech in op,) un. The New York senator defer eretary Carlisle and the admix of the treasury against the 1re .ations of irregularity, and shows revalence of charges of this chars inont iog and reading in full ti. ., made by Senator Chandler aga friends of McKinley that a levy of :as being made on the protecttr- ian in behalf of McKinley's caed de presidency. Ac a further ,f the prevalence of such ct .ill epoke of the sugar inveatigcl ro, he said, one e:onator, referdiG lay, Mil frankly adroitt d loat h, :Jht sugar stock and h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 17 April 1896

CASCAD[ COUNTY'S RESOURCES The lining and Imnmigation Society's Meeting --Resolutions and Val nable Papers Read. M. S. Parker. C. E., Remites the Facts Concerning the Great Water Power of the Missouri. The meeting held in Great Falls on Thursday last to permanently organize the Cascate County branch of the Min ing and Immigration association was a most successful gathering. The papers road on that occasion were so interesting and valuable that many who heard them were anxious to see them printed and circulated so that those who had not an opportunity to hear them read might still become familiar with the facts therein contained. In answer to many requests TIs: TuroitNI: thie morning prints all the papers delivered in full. Prior to the reading of the papers, the committee on resolutions reported the follow`g resolutions, which show the scope of the work laid out by the associ ation, and which were paesed unani mously: He it resolved, by the Mining and Im migration convention of Ctis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 17 April 1896

MINEHAIS Of CASCADE COUNTY Paper Read at the County Immi gration Convention By Prof. 0. C. Mortson. Seventy Per Cent of All Coal Pro. duced in Montana From This County. The following paper on "The Coal and Mineral Resources of Cascade County" was read by Prof. 0. C. Mort son at the county iumigration and min ing convention: In the formation of this brief essay on the mineral products of Cascade county, I would state that the minerals found must be termed economic, as the precious deposits of gold, silver, etc., found in the adjacent sister counties, surrounding our county and touching its borders on three sides, are lacking in that of Cascade. These, however, are more than re placed by the vast deposits of coal, iron, fire clay, building materials, etc., which are essentially economic, and whose ex istence is of vital importance in building up manufacturing and industrial com munities. The existence of coal in vast deposits has alone in ten years in this county resulted in the creat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 17 April 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. W531LT. tine year......87,00 One year .. ...$1.100 Six mouths. . 4.00 Six monthse . 1.00 One month .e.... Three m h.. 7 Unlesstpaid in advance the daily will Invari ahly he 75 ents d r month, and the weekly $2 per year, $1 for six mopthe and 210 cents per month for lebn than slx months. Advertislg rates furntehed on appdlIcatIon. Tax Tamnuea leaves all competitore far be hind in circulation. Adveseertee may have ac reen toe hosulbeo at any time, Subacribers desiring their addrees changed most send their former au reeb an well as the new addreosr this should be remembered. THE TRIBUNE. t reat mles Meont. The enforced abandonment of the free silver campaign by ea-Speaker Crisp in Georgia is to be regretted. That be was mare than a match for bis adversary, Hoke Smith, in the joint debate is con ceded, and had his health permitted the continuance of his speeches as mapped out, the results would have been most gratifying. Ae it is. tho work h...

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