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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 17 April 1896

NE SOF TilE W Saturday, April 11. Dr. W. F. Cogswell of Sand Coulee is in the city. Dr. X. L. Anthony of Belt is in the city, en route home from Helena. Born, yesterday, to Mr. and Mrs. F. Wilnon of the West side, a 12 pound daughter. A marriage license was yesterday insued to Peter Shannon and Mies Jennie Eddy, both of Sand Coulee. Dr. A. J. Cooper returned yesterday from a tour monthn' visit with relatives and friends in hin former home, Louis ville, Ky. The funeral of the late Thomas Cor bally will be had from St. Ann's Roman Catholic church at 9:30 a. m. today. In torment will be made in calvary ceme tery. The state board of medical examiners has issued certificates to practice to Drs. A. A. Davis and A. J. Cooper of Great Falls, X. L. Anthony of Belt, and W. F. Cogewell of Sand Coulee. The state board of pharmacy has can celed the permits of David Dowty and 13. Shulz of Great Falls, their permits having expired and they having failed to appear for examination. The employee at t...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 17 April 1896

ANOTHER HORROR Six Men Meat Instant Death In the Depths of the St. Lawrence Mine, Butte. TERRIBLE POWDER EXPLOSION No Witness Wa ,i Left to Tell Who Was Responsible for the Awful Accident. BuTre, April 11.-By an explosion in or near the magazine on the east 1,100 foot level of the St. Lawrence mine about 4:20 this morning, six men lost their lives. They are: Con G. Towney, John Quinlan, Ed. Shields, James Dwyer. John McVeigh, and Patrick O'Rourke, None of them were married. Towney and Quinlan were shaft men and were due to come off sbift about 6:45. The other four men were working in the level beyond the magazine and were off shift at 3:30. The magazine is situated 150 feet east of the shaft. Towney and Quinlan are supposed to have gone to the magazine to make their primers, but duet how the explosion occurred is not known, as the only ones in the vicinity at the time are dead. Towney and Quin Ian were undoubtedly killed instantly. The other four men were probably sufto cated by fou...

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. — 17 April 1896

ENATORCARTER akes a Long Speech in Favor of Sectarian Appropriations For Schools. AT FILLED CHEESE BILL ad Its Merits and Demerits Exten sively Overhauled By The House. WASHINGTON, April 10.-In the senate (day the Cannon amendment to restrict sdian commissioners to the state or ter tory wherein the Indians are located, as ruled out on a point of order. Carter I Montana moved to strike out the auee prohibiting payments to sectarian ;hools and made a long speech in sup Irt of his motion, Mitchell, republican of Oregon, chair tan of the commitee on privileges and lections, reported resolutions providing r the payment of the salaries of Man e of Montana and Clark of Wyoming, om March 4, 1893, the date when the ,natorial seats from those states became acant, instead of from the date when is senators were elected, the resolutions eing necessary to validate the payments (ready made. Allen then succeeded in getting up he bill for the trans-Misesissippi oxposi Ion at Omaha in 1898. Amendment...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 17 April 1896

Highest of all in Ler. vening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report foyai Baking ABS Powder AB OLUTELY PURE SPRING_ FLODS Several Minnesota Cities Sustain Serious Damage From Rush ing Waters. LUCKY ESCAPE OF ST. CLOUD Railroaul W\ashouts Interfere With Travel in Portions of Wis consin. RoYI:roN, Minn., April 11.-The Mississippi riser bridee, west of here, built six years ago, was seipt away to day. x he Platte ris r 1at this place went out also. fine la1ll lain went out S iturdmy: ss \tsea dain on Shluatk brook, Suaniy, and 1 m ."nill darn at Two Siir y esters ; 1 It is the Iiigmmest flood iu <l re, S"ia . . :nm,.t ril 1m .--Thrse damns -n: t mm l~ai: 1am- muret 1e. terday a.n, a t: a 1mm th Gremnd lsouar went out tm m imumre f[ar it will cause delay, mut wm~ atlr is very high. S tel filte 1Bridge. ST. Cr.or m, Minn,, April 11.- The city engineer, ith a crew, worked on the ice all night, ind at 3 this morning the en. tire body began moving and went out sc rapidly that nine men, includ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 24 April 1896

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FiUDAL , APRIL .J4, 1890. NUMBER S IOU BENCH epublican Senators Will Urge a Very Early Adjournment of VANTTO ATTEND CONVENTIONS he General Pension Bill Is Being Debated for Effect in the House. WasHINGTO, April 23.-Several minor ills were paseed at the opening of the enate today, including a bill authorizing bridge across the Missouri river at looneville, Missouri. Prior to taking up he Indian appropriation bill, Call asked or an agreement by which the senate rould take up his resolution directing he preeident to dispatch naval forces to Jubs for the protection of American in erest, but, after appeals to notinterrupt be Indian bill, withdrew his request, tating he would call up his resolution ster. The Indian bill was then taken ip. Several minor amendments were Dade to the bill, the most important be ing the insertion of the item of 81,000,000 for the payment of the Cherokee outlet fund, which had been str ck out by the ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 24 April 1896

RAILROAD DEALS Chicago and Northern Pacific Com. mittee Reaches an Important Compromise. TO AID IN REORGANIZATION One and a Half Millions of Dollars Are Involved in the Trans. action. NEW YORK, April 17.-J. Edward Sim mons of the Chicago and Northern Pa cIfic reorganization committee today au thorized the statement that a compromise agreement has been effected with the Northern Pacific company, by the terms of which the Chicago and Northern Pa cific committee is to pay $1,500,000 for certain holdings in Chicago and Calumet Terminal securities, and also secure a re turn of the $2,500,000 of Chicago and Northern Pacific bond., the title to which has been in dispute. In consideration of the payment, the Northern Pacific com mittee is to discontinue all legal actions against the Chicago and Northern Pa cific, thus removing an obstacle which impeded the reorganization of the latter company. With these actions discon tinued, the reorganization committee of the Chicago and Northern Pacific...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 24 April 1896

VFRY LARGE FE Counsel for the Cherokees Awarded a Fortune by an Act of Congress. SECTARIAN SCHOOLS AGAIN The Last of the Regular Appropria tion Bills Is Passed by the House. WASHINGTON, April 21.-The senate spent the day on the Indian appropria tion bill, but did not complete it. The sectarian school question was taken up late in the day and brought out an ani mated debate, Senators Gallinger, Thurston and Teller opposing and Gray and Pettigrew supporting the amend ment offered by Cockrell, extending for two years the time for the entire aban donment of sectarian Indian schools. Final action on the question was not reached. Most of the day was given toe contest against the legal claims in con nection with the western Cherokee set tlement and the claims were finally agreed to. The House. WASHINGTON, April 21.-The house today unseated James E. Cobb (dom.), representing the Fifth Alabama district, and voted, 121 to 45, to seat Albert T. Goodwin (pop.), but the point of no quorum being ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 24 April 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. WENILY. One year.... ..$.00 One year......51.60 Sixmoth.400Si: months.....OO. One month........ .75 Three months..... .75 Unlb7~esspi nt advance the daily will invert abyb 5cnsper month. and the weekly $2 per year, $1 for six months and 20 cent. per month for less then six months. Advertising ratee furnished on applicatio. bTdm Tanuicsleaves allcoempetitrs farhe hind in circulation. Advertisers moy have as csee to its hooks at any time. Snhecrihera desiring their addrese changed most send their former addreae ae well as the new address; this should he rememhered. THE TRIBUNE. tireat Falls. Mont. Major W. W. Alderson. the veteran journalist and editor of the Bozeman Avant Courier, is spoken of as the repub lican candidate for state auditor, where upon the Inter Mountain rises to ask, What are the scribes going to do about it? We do not know, but are inclined to the opinion that if Alderson is nomi nated, moat of the oppositious scribes wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 24 April 1896

NE F HEVEEKc Saturday. April 18. E. L. Santee, a well anown Belt creek ranchman, is in town. Geo. Mullery, a well known Cascade rancher, was a visitor in Great Falls yes terday. F. W. Clark of Big Sandy, brother of Mrs. J. T. Athey, is ill at the latter's residence in this city.. M. N. Race, deputy sheriff, is still confined to his home by illness. He has erysipelas, complicated with other all ments, and is very ill. M. J. Tolan will have a preliminary examination before Justice Race today, on a charge of horse stealing, on com plaint of Robert Vaughn. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Largent have removed to the residence, at Fifth ave nue north and Ninth street, formerly oc cupied by J. B. Driver and family. lev. A. B. Martin, president of the College of Montana, of Deer Lodge, will occupy the pulpit of the Firet 'resby terian church tomorrow morning and evening. Rev. 13'. 11. Gywnon, 1)1 ., of Salem, Ore., is expected the following habbath. Parties in from Sun River bring the news of the deat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 24 April 1896

ON THE RAMPAGE Frightful Result of a Tornado That Visited a Portion of San dusky, Ohio. ONE ALSO IN PENNSYLVANIA Schools and Churches Seem to Have Been Special Marks For the Angry Winuis. Favoor, Ohio, April °0.-A tornado, accompanied by a heavy rainfall, swept over the northwestern part of Sandusky counly atbout 1 o cl k this afternoon, lillini t. . irone, iij.rint a number of 1th:r- ., din uch damtage to buitdui'< , . other Ipruperly. The thr fl U j) 0 'P 0m tIe F,, !i.t e . with go;"i .1 iv u:ii, nd tree in i- ;.t. ps i~a) .\fter orua.h ine i road bridge and blowing a big tree across a Wheeling .v ake Erie freight train, . hich crushed the caboose and came cear killing a namber of train men, the wind began to play havoc with the farm buildings. The barns of Jacob Engler, J. Ielllinger, Upton Burgoon and Anthony Swint first went down before it. Then the house of James Green", who was killed outright, his wife fatally hurt and a baby carried across the road in its cradle, the ch...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 24 April 1896

HE TWVO SIDES gal Battle Over the Reorganization of the Northern Pacific Road S AS YET IN SOME DOUDB ne Party Says President Ives Ham Won, Another that He Is Defeated. MILWAUKEE, April 20. - Whatever oubt there may have been as to the in ntion of Brayton Ives to keep faith ith the reorganization committee of the orthern Pacific were dispelled today, hen an answer was filed to the suit of he Farmers' Loan and Trust company, reclosure proceedings in the United tates court, by Ives, admitting all of he allegations of the complaint. The answer that was filed has the dis inction of being the briefest document hat has been recorded in the proceed age. It read as follows: "And now comes the Northern Pacific ilroad company, defendant herein, by ales W. Pettit, its solicitor, and for an wer to bill of complaint herein, states hat it is advised that all allegations entained in the bill of complaint and he several amended and supplemental ills of complaint of the Farmers' Loan d Trust company ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 24 April 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report djBaking RoYaI Powder ABbOLUTELv PUDE IC~ colxIui~ The t ena'e by a Decisive Vote Agre a to Iut inue 0or Two V5 ars Lonwer AID TO SECTARIAN SCHOOLS An Alabama Democrat Unseated to Make Room for a Populist in the House. WASINurOx;, April 22.-The senate today disposed of the sectarian school question by adopting the compromise framed by Senator Cockrell of Missouri. The Indian bill as it came from the house provided "that no money herein appropriated shall be paid for education in sectarian schools." This provision is stricken out by the Cockrell amendment as adopted, and it is declared to be the settled policy of the government to make no appropriations for sectarian schools after July 1, 1i9S. thus giving two years for the abandonment of sectarian schools instead of the immediate abandonment. The amendment was adopted by the decisive vote of ;i to 24. The Indian bill was not cot ploeed when the senate adjourned. During the ...

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

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XIT. GREAT FALLS, M[ONTANA, 1 Y I M I A Y ' I, 896. NU .M ,ER 8 SCENE OF IIUIN A View of Fated Cripple Creek After the Second Great Confla gration. THOUSANDS ARE HOMELESS Losses WilliFoot Up Over a Million and a Half-Insurance Half a Million. CRIPPLE CREEK, April 30.---In a gen eral way the ground covered within the tire limits does not present to view even a decent ruin. The fire swept everything before it just as it a flaming broom had passed over the district. As seen from t o boundary lines the fire moved in a generally northerly direction, spreading out both eastward and westward under the impulse of a terrific wind. In the business portion of the camp the .Ma sonic temple, the postollice, and a few other scattering business structures ro main. As the day advanced thousands of people who had sought some sort of shelter an the neighboring district came locking back to the scene of their losses. Women and children came with hus bands and fathers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 1 May 1896

CRIPPLE CREEK A Disastrous Fire Visited the Great Colorado lining Camp Yes terday. THE LOSS OVER ONE MILLION Houses Were Blown Upl' by Dynamite to Check the Progress of the Flames. CRUnIit..: CaIa:K, Col., April 25.- t(ne million dollars is a conservative estimate of the damages done by fire this after noon in the heart of Cripple Creek. Some estimates are as high as '2,000,(0)0. The amount of insurance, as nearly as can be arrived at, will not exceed $250, 000. When the tire broke out in a second hand store the danger of a big conflagra tion was not perceived, but in a short time the tire had spread to the adjoining buildings and a brisk wind sprang up. Occupants began to move out, but many waited too long and were unable to get their goods out. Some barely escaped with their lives. Several women were badly burned. Every wagon in town was pressed into service and goods were hauled away, Not one-tenth part of the goods were saved. By the time the post dllice had caught fire, it beca...

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

COUNTY CAUCUSES The Cascade County Republicans In. dorse the Course of Their Repre sentatives in Congress. MANTLE, CARTER AND HARTMAN Will Have Their Votes for Delegates to the National Convention at St. Louis. The republican primaries, Tuesday night to elect delegates to the county convention, to be hold in this city May 2, for the purpose of sending 20 delegates to the Butte state convention, were very tame affairs. In most of the precincts it was with great dilliculty that a corpo ral's guard of republicans could be got together to organize the caucus. The fact was made very evident that the voters realize that the republican na tonal convention is already practically captured by the goldbug forces, and that it is about useless to send any delega tion to St. Louis with the hope of secur ing any recognition for the silver senti ment in the western states. The following resolution was offered in the several precinct caucuses and passed without oppositiun. It ex plains itself: "Wher...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 1 May 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILI. WKXKLY. One ye r ..........7 00 One year..........l tS., Bix months........ I. .tix months....... 1.00 One mos th......... .75 , Three t u'ths .... .75 Uunle, ridl in aivanoo the daily will inasrt ably be 75 e:,tt. I r month, asn the woekly $52 per year, t. 1,,r aix Inworto and 2t ceits tjor month fohr los tharn ix ioctthe. Advertising r;iate. irnieh,ei n arpllrtlono. Tane TaiIt-'N Ilea en all t 'i t peneitlo.r th )he bind in oircul aion, .dverti-eorb mI r have tec Cess to ite boks it ainy timi, tlabieorlbter desiring their addresse hange meat send their former adtTrees as well as the new addroes; this shoald he remembered. THE TIIBUNE. trest Falls, Mnt. If the New York World was not satis foed from the answers it receiced to its qtuer whether "Cileveland is tot the logical candidate of the demlocratic party," that he is not, the action of the democratic state conuventions thtus ar held Ius t tle convincing on that point. They are a fair...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 1 May 1896

NEWS OF THE! EE Sutlurday. April 25. oelix Armstrong came in from Cora yesterday. Thomas B. McShane, the raund Cou lee cattleman, is in the city. W. A. Chessman of Helena is the guest of Major and Mrs. Geo. F. Field. David G. Browne of Fort Benton, col lictor of custones, is in the city. Miss Lula Armstrong will leave Sun day to teach a term of school at Truly. There is diphtheria in the family of J. S D)avidson, residing at 709 Eighth ave nue south. The Judith Basin Roundup associa tion will meet at Lewistown next Satur day, May 2. l1rs. David Barker of Neihart has gone to Indiana, where she expects to visit until June. Prof. Rhyner is arranging to have the boys' orchestra give a public entertain menlt some time next month. .\ marriage license was yesterday is sued to Cnarles Atkinson and Miss Louisa Faust, both of Great Falls. (eorge Kombol, a native of Austria, yestorday declared his intention of be coming a citizen of the United States. Mr. and Mrs. Barker of White Sulphur Sprin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 1 May 1896

iT SAC HIFICE 1)Aevree fr Ii a!e o! lithe Northern Pil ;lil !'M d t -e I re:1 Iina:ly ' i .: ,ed SUBJECT TO MANY CONDITIONS id ::e n',ins Apl. par to auve Been l'atht-r ýhy of th iuilroad Attorney-. e \pr I ecree ý , r , ,.r · :, r tl.: , r ',m t! ' tI'Q ia'driltc rt, taa . T !. , .tta ' .'.. " t', . . rt . r'. ~ . : ,' , .p, t y,'t f-.: f r r . . , t.i t". . rt reserves . t .. t, r , ,t t,t t, :,specially .) ., ,c - .II- l: Sri , d a sulp|'ph - tu' : . . ',} i," : re t},e -ale of t.h. d ) t11.. . i e. "'. f' . t .; .'d and ". :r: . . _ , ' 1 ! l I I l t rd S.:. - . f ,,,.i .:" al, oe is i:. L t ii. * u :! ' the . .. . ' ie ."r c` rtiti 'ate,-, col . - ". :. '.- u l,.:_t, . n:[ . ;a tun ting ' . 'a htal it er r or t, : ' ri' ' .: r t1ilh I" ll 'i, r s. t'.lS.li nad to t. - I. , ' . f th,. the T' ru. t c liii All 'ue ti' , .s not ti.Iosed of, includ .in a further .i."trihution of the pro Ieeds anld utter rceivers' accounts, are reserved for future adjudication. Then Ihe court declare...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 1 May 1896

ETEEN THOUSAND DOLLARS t Amount Absolutely Necessary to mplete and Furnish the Cen tral School House. d Election to Be Held the Twenty third Day of May-The Figures. e school trustees of district No. 1 an adjourned meeting Saturday log, all trustees except S. B. Robbins g present. airman Repath, from the building mittee, reported that that committee the finance committee had met tly and each committee had en cored to ascertain what would be the at ligure at which the Central build could be completed. Architect te bad submitted estimates and k Cautield, statements, which the mittees had canvassed; the commit had also visited and examined the ding; from their labors they had piled a statement which they be d to be urroct. cKay Bros., the original contractors, let sub-contracts, on which some cnts had been made. The exact unta yet to be paid to the sub-con tore, when they shall have completed contracts, are as follows: seph Baines & Co., $1,927.64; James onlin, 85,24969; William J. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 1 May 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power..-Latest U. S. Gov't Report R A Baking YI Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE WILL NOT I)OWN Silver 'rept Into tlie, Debate in Both Houses of Congres Yes- terlday ALTHOUGH NOT PERTINENT ' r,. 1.. , t e n 1 la;' i.:td hy '.rv'ra l 111+ SitcOe . . hoe tO .. . t: the , ;'1 . .. . 'i'To, r : , hium elf , trt: !!a : o tilL o t . h r, contro 1 irtin, t. i vin- li ! : un andt nmit; t 1.nih, t .at no hr. I tfort had been t,.ade l, rsnt .roess to pa=s the tar)' hi". ' d1 r referri d in pacs ingZ ti '0 ýý ,'- .a ' lidacy, Sa, iug that th}. n.:+ .. ·'. . an. gont of prosper ty." v....- i .. a, - prop, 'rity could 1re. t1. . '. Lut iia t c dnlitlons were rt f.r, l . '1 i , ,f I viter' r speecth .l a= r , I e . ,,., ! . :"nn!,n Incele that ) l::, u i its .: J and that he .ttu! I tt .-tate t., ,pA rate hi,=eif ,::, · ' .Ai it party t, whichu he had fo rty ,f it t arn -0n .' for t . ',, .. i - .t :.Arii ; , tI : ,, .. ,, tn i S'nicer , I. i,' : . .. : ti o a free,; *1: r`" .. ...

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