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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 18 January 1895

E WS OF WEEK Friday. Jan. 11. E. L. Williams deeds to R. W. Fuller n lots 30 and 37, block 1, Refinery ad ition, for $100. F. L. Hoesack deeds to A. J. Boden t 26, in block 7, Barne's addition. Con deration $25. The following are the ore shipments om Neibart for the past week: Broad ati r 16, Galt 1. Total 17. The townsite company deeds to The ma Louise Dellebaugh lot 4 in block 6, townsite. Consideration, W600. John Kenna deeds to Maggie Kinna, wife, lot 4. block 13, Black Eagle I1s addition. Consideration, $400. D. W. Beecher deeds to Jennie Ful ton lot 14, in block 126, First addition townsito. Consideration 1,500X). has. 1)euelets, of Eau Claire, Wis., o has been visiting Mr. A. S. Fletcher some time past, left yesterday for lifornia where he will make his future me. A patent is liled from the United States John Lawlor and Thomas Smith rco ng the nef:i and the so r of section 27, townehip 19 north of range 0 east, tuaining 321 acres. patent from the ;United States to S. A.Nolan ...

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. — 18 January 1895

FARMERS' INSTITUTE MEET A Permanent Organization Efliected. -Interesting Figures on the Yield of Potatoes. Valuable Paper on "(limatology" by C. L. Herzog-Otlher Papers- The Evening L.ecture. The farmers' institute opened its ses sions Thursday forenoun at the Realty Block hall, being called to order by H. P. Rolfe, chairman of the committee. A temporary organization was effected by the election of Paris Gibson as chair man and C. C. Cochran secretary. A committee consisting of D)r. Crutcher, C. C. Cochran. and W. Muzzy was ap pointed to bring in a program and order of business. In the meantime Prof. Emery gave the audience some particularly valuable and interesting facts about potato culture in Montana. 1lO claimed that the climate and soil of Montana was particularly adapted to to the growing of this vegetable. and imentioned' a yield o 1.,2)00 bushels , to the acre raised by a Mr. King of the r Yellowstone valley. Experiments made a with the different varieties with a view b to l...

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. — 18 January 1895

A PAYING I iILINIES. A Ca..s.ue County Farnler Tells How FaHlinlg Pays Here. The following is a paper read by C. F. Stork at the recent farmers' institute, and contains some very interesting facts and figures: In times of the pa:.t it Ihas been as soerted that even hogs would not grow iand thrive in Montana, hut woruld uine away and die; but we lind at present this is false. On the contrary, swine do better here and on account of the climate are healthier than elewhere. Nowhere can this industry be engaged in with greater profit than right here. Our markets in Great Falls are now supplied almost with home grown pork, and no nicer, better fattened product of the kind can be found on exhibition in any market of the world. 1 settled in Mon tana onlysix years ago next May. I have been an enthusiast on Montana as an agricultural country from the start, and being of this mind have broken up and improved a large farm, and claim to be one of the fixtures (rlthough a poor one) of Montana. I ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 18 January 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U. S. ;ov't Report. Ro. Powdwer a O B$OMY L P HORRIBLE Butte Visited By a Calam ity That Overshadows All Previous Ones. Dynamite Explosion With Re sults That Appal the Stoutest Heart. Speciah to The Tribune. BUTTE, Jan. 15.-11:20 p, m.-Butte was tonight visited by the most terrible of the many terrible accidents that has ever occurred within its limits. At about 10:30 o'clock the people were startled by the noise of a terrible ex plosion, the shaking of houses and break ing of glass followed by an alarm of fire. It was soon ascertained that the explosion had occurred at the Montana Central depot and that the results were awful, but just how it happened it is at this time impossible to tell. A fire is raging in the vicinity. Many are known to be killed and many more wounded. The Montana Central depot is located on Mahony street, just midway be tween Park street and the Mon tana Central depot the southern line of the city. The neighborhood is...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 25 January 1895

Mout Historical I GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XVI.- GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FIDII)AY , -JANUARY 25, 1895. .0 ER YEAR . . . . .. .. . . . . . .. . .. . . - - - . . .... . .... . .. . .... . . . .. . . . . . .. . .. .. .. . .. . . .. . .. .. .... . . .. .. . . .. . . .. . . . . - - - - - - · . .. . . . ... ....... . . . . .. . " .. . . . . - . .. . .. .. . ... . . . . ..- - WHO IS I'0 BLAME he Coroner and His Jury Begin an Investigation of the Butte Horror. LANS PROPERLY LAID OUT V. It. Kenyon, One of the Warehouse Owners, the First Witness oni the Stan(d. B13urrE, Jan.21.-Now that the most of a viLtims of Tuesday night's dreadful zplosion have been buried, public atton ion is directed to the coroner's jury of ii of Butte's best known citizens who ave been impanelledl to ascertain by hose criminal and unpardonable negli nee 50 or more souls were hurled with ut a second's warning into the presence their Creator. Never before in the istory of the state has there been a cor ner's ju...

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. — 25 January 1895

DEATH'SHARVEST At Butte Is Larger Than the First Iteports of the Caluinty Indicated. WORDS AND ACTS OF SYMPATHY Late Reports fromn the Sce(e- - IBturial of Victims Today Incidents. Special To the Tribune. BUrTe.:, Jan. 17.-The awful disaster of Tuesday night is still almost the sole topic of conversation among Butte citi zens. The horrors of yesterday morning will never be effaced from the memories of the men who participated in the search for the victims. The identifica tion of the dead was, it is believed, com pleted today. with the exception of the mangled portions of bodies which are thought to be those of Ash and Moses. There is also some doubt as to the iden tilication of Fire Marshal C,,meron's body, there being nothing to distinguish it but a belt which was exactly similar to that worn by the assistant chief. whose body was also unrecognizable. The body of P. .. Norlin also cannot be found, it having bteen discovered today that the body suppItosteId to have been his was that...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 25 January 1895

ADAYOF SORROW Butte Pays litting Triblte to tilhe Iternins of llthe Victim's of the K'ire. SOLEMN FUNERAL SERVICES A Hight Th'l'at No (Citizen Desires, ti Ever See Repeated in the City. Bpeclal hto The'J'ribmu. Jlurv'c, Jan. IX. Never liefore in the history of Montana has there been a sadder spectacle witunssed than that of today, when the bodies of 3) of the victims oft the terrible disaster of Tu'un day night were consigned to their last resting place, It was a tday oif mourning in lButte, and long years will llaplse be fore the sorrows of the dly will be effaced from the menlories (of iut ite' citizens. Out of respect for the dead all of the stores in the husiiLees ortionr of the city were cloened. il -tn roots were lined with thousands of peoplehi from an early hour, maliny of whole were strangers from outasitl townII. The fire departments of the various citios in the state all sent large delegutions If their members. Shortly after noon tie large wagon of lavell iBros., which ho...

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. — 25 January 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. WEEKLY. One 'iar........5.. 5I Onhe year..........$1.5U ix t hith ........ .) ix t ...... ( One ma tthi........ .73 'l'hrteem ,,th. .t. .75 Oure w k ......... .25 ti intl copy....... .05 Unleoss udd in advance th. idaily wVill invari ah iy o 5 OtltH per oI th. anllSt the waot.ly $2 por t.".r. $1 for nix rmunttht t i.d .I.ttntt s pyr month oir hmind thain tx lsrtthe. Tit)i l .oloitlatlion of t rit n trl ht Northert Aonl anat It. tý rate t i ,to t:oth d that 'i, itly panllr iaihl -l t h,, in it,, starte. h..oetcrlbra deairiin tteir atndrm -hantonedl touoHt r-' I .Lpir feneOr thadlrea r will aI . the uew t<ldr-.ii.; tlih u sthoul ,,m r( o ellllrt bred, -rill" t1IIHUtNE. O+r-,at ifHIs. Morint. I0lI.IPAIt.INO 11)1L ACTION. Th rt..uhillicans in ,:onlgress have made tup their minds that thoere will be no tinac.tiatl hlgislation dluring the prevent sepss:n arnd that the presilent will caill an evtrat t;hetin at an early date. 'liey have thtte...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 25 January 1895

EWS OF THE JEK H Friday. Jan. 1l. Miss Emma CUnter of Shrlkopee, h inn., is visiting Mrs. John Webber of d eat Great Falls. A marriage license was issued yester- t. y to D. 1'. Johnson aged 21 and Mary ti 'Cormick aged 1i, both of this city, a here are 206 cases noted in the su me court calendar recently issued, of f ich number 17 cases are from this ii oty. ol. Silverman, a well known merchant botoau and Walter Phipps of the a place left yebterday for Chicago on I usinese trip. r. J. Ahlers, of Ada, Minn., a mer nt of that place is visiting frirlends in city for a few days. HIo is making a iess trip through the West. re. J. It. I)river who has been quite I ra couple months past is now pretty recovered and was able to be out he tirst time this week. tin Sloan was arrested yesterd'Lay on arge of diseoderly conduct. The 'e expect to ohbtain sulliient evi a to prefer a more serious charge e infant son of Mr. and Mrs T. F". man died yesterrday at their resie t e, Sixth avenue and Sceven...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 25 January 1895

TROOPS ARE OUT To Pitt Down the Street Car Strikers in New York and Aid the Company. 3,000 MILITIA UNDER ARMS. The United States Mail IDodge Fe sorterl to by I)iisplayinit a Mail Flag in the Car. Bl.o H lm.vs, Jac. 10,--About 3.000 mi litia are under arms today prepared to put down any violence on the part of striking ,treet railway men or sympa thiz-rsa. '',e tirst appenira~nce of the sol diery upon the ttreets was Lreeted with jeers and hissing from the men and boys who thronged the thoroughfares, while women at the windows of teionement houses shiook their lists and uttered im precations. lteta hbments of troops have been sent to the stations of all trolley lines which the vompanies prop se to operate toda,. ''heo calline out of the troops has caused indignation among Ia boe unions. Master Workman lannolly said a general strike may be ordered be fore Sunday. At noon there was no change in the number of roads in oper ation. Members of the board of media tion and arbitration will m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 25 January 1895

MINNESOTA SETTLERS COMING The Fertile Lanus Around Great Falls f Attracting the Attention of a Agriculturists. f They Are Highly Pleansed With What They Have Seen aicdl Will Bring I a Party lHere. A good many settlers from Minne-ota have arrived here during the last year and taken up land in this section of the f state. Most of these gentlemen have selected lands in Burton's colony under his big irrigating ditch and will try the western method of farming with irriga tion. These men are all practical farm ere, possessed of sums means, and are a very desirable class of settlers. This week a couple of substantial Minnesota farmers arrived from Sherburn, Martin I county, Minn., to look over the bench I land immediately surrounding this city with a view of locating about a dozen families here in the spring. They were l shown around the city and wore very I much delighted with what they saw and I meard and expressed the opinion that this section of Montana prevented rare in duceruments to...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 25 January 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U. S. Gov' Report. MOL. Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE ANXIOUS SEARCH The Butte Coroner's Jury Still En. gaged in Hunting For All the Facts. NOTHING THAT IS POSITIVE Has as Yet Been Revealed as to the Amount of Powder In :he Warehouses. Special to The Tr bane. Bvr'rc':, Jan. 23.- The third day's in vestigation by the coroner's jury of the facts relating to the great explosion on the night of Jan. 15 opened this morn ing with the usual large number of spec tators. The attorneys who are present believe that the investigation will last at least one week longer, there still being a large number of witnesses who have im portant testimony to give. Thomas Burns, the railroad man, who testified yesterday that he had seen dy namite unloaded from a car at Kenyon's warehouse some weeks ago, was the first witness this morning. He said that he had been unable to get the number of the car. He was positive that he had seen a man unloading what appeared to him to ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 1 February 1895

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOL.UME XVI. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , FEBRUARY 1, 1.89. $1.50 PER YEAR COUNTY IYIVISION Being (jenertlly ()tlo' eid by Citizens of the Old Counti's All'ee ecd. PROTESTS AND PETITIONS ie Corrupt Prac.:tice Act Is Still Being Considered in the pecial to Theo Tribune. IIET.ENA, Jan. 28.--Tho senate was in ession only thirty minutes today. Power r rom the committee on roads made a avorable report on 11ollfman's hill mending the law relating to toll roads. Eggleston introduced a bill relating to riving of logs. It provides that when n owner is making a drive and his logs et mixed up with another's, so that hey cennot te easily separated,or where b ,hey are an obstruction, the obstructed ay drive all logs, separating at the tirst nvenient opportunity, and may collect rom the owner the amiount du fto' the rive and the charge for soi doing is to lbe lien on tihe loge. The house joint memorial relating to he opening if Fort Shaw military rcsor. ation and the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 1 February 1895

USHEU THROUGH he Montana Code Passed the House Under a Suspension of the Rules. ITE FOR A .STATE CAPITOL see Anxious That Horse Racing in Montana Shall Be on the Square. .al to The Tribune. HlIENA, Jan. 25.-The senate today ally acted in committee of the whole the Hloffman military bill and also Monteath's joint memorial on the ineral land memorial. The bill creating the Eleventh judi al district came over from the house d was sent to the committee. The bills favorably reported from com ittees were: To provide for the pur ase of a state capital site; to compel bool trustees to provide flags for school uses and to empower school trustees repay mon-y advanced for the cou ruction of school houses. Bills were introduced: By Steel--To annex portions of Cas de and Meagher comnties to Lewis d Clarke. By Hoffman-To amend the law re ting to toll roads and bridges. On motion of Smead Miss Maud Uad was elected as additional committee erk. The bill appropriating $20,000 to pay e salary of offic...

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. — 1 February 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILT. WjZKLY. One year.......... ftO0 One year.......... 1.50 Si: months........ 4.00 I ix month........ 1.00 One month........ .75 Three months..... .75 One week ......... 2 ingle copy....... .00 Unless paid in advance the daily will invari. ably be 75 oests per month, and the weekly 82 per yevr. $1 for ci montha and 20 cents per month for teen than six mnmths. Advertising rateo. ors.siee on application. The oircnlation of the Tribune in Northern Montana is guaranteed to exceed that .if any paper puhliohel in the s.ate. hobsoaribers desiring their address .hanged must seed their former address as well as the new address; this should be remembered. THE TRIBUNE, Great Falls. Mont. THEI COD). The new Montana code has been rail roaded through the house of delegates and will probably be accorded a like speed in the senate and then receive the approval of the governor. In the pass age of this Lode all the safeguards against hasty legislation have b...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 1 February 1895

NEWS OF THE WEEI Friday. Jan. 25. J. G. Bain of Choteau, came yesterday ad is registered at the Park. Col. Hart, formerly superintendent o he Bi-Metallic mine, is at the Park. The lathers are now at work in the ow Phelps block and the plasterers will ommence this week. II. E. Lippman of Butte was among e arrivals in Great Falls yesterday. He here on a business visit. The Great Falls Townesite Company eds to John W. Schofield, for a consid ation of $800, lot 11 in block 428, town te of Great Falls. The many friends of Mrs. E. L. Bishop this city and Choteau will be glad to arn that she is now convalescent after veral weeks of serious illness. Edwin Krog, who has been held in the unty jal for some weeks past on a arge of embezzling money from Strain os. while in their employ as driver, a yesterday released on $400 ball, hav managed to secure the necessary ndemen. W. Heffernan of Havre was today ught to Benton by Marshal Pepin placed in St. Clare hospital for tment. For some time Heffe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 1 February 1895

A NICIHT WI' BABBlIE BURNS Scotland's Lads and Lassi s and t.e Citizens of Great Falli Holnor the Griat Poet. Inspirin. Music, ElUoq2tut Addlressee. Feasiun and 15.incing Were lji,joyed by All. A large audience tilled iealty hall last Friday at the concert and ball given by the :cote of Great Falls in celebration of the birth f hobert Burns. After a Scotch selection by Prof. Race's orches tra, Chairman Dan McKay welcomed the guests to the festivities in which the Scots of Great Falls revive the memory of Caledonia's great poet. The Scotchmen of Great falls, although they cherish the hills and streams of Scotland and re vere the traditions of their native land, are ready, in their adopted land, to abide by their motto, "To live, to tight and to die for freedom." And in the LUnited Statee, as on their native heatner, they will resist any tendency toward a11 u archy or imperialism. After a solo, "There Was a Young Lad," by Mrs. C. E. Beebe of Butte, Charles M. Webster spoke on Scotland...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 1 February 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Powder Sk .OUTI.L NO SILVER LINING To the Financial Message Sent by D1r. Cleveland to Congress Monday. CONSIDERED IN COMMITTEE The Executive Proposition Developed Far More Enemies Than Friends. \V.\snls orox, Jan. 29.--The house committee on banking and currency started at 11 o'clock upon the considera tion of the administration bill. Prac tically no progress was made during the early part of the day, and all indications point to a rethreshing of the financial i. question in all its phases. Representa- c tive Cox, democrat of Tennessee. moved Ii to report the bill to the house, which h aroused a chorusof opposition. Hfender son of Illinois. Brosius of Pennysylvania, a and tHaughen of Wisconsin, republicans it objected strenuously to what they termed a summary action, and Representative B Cobb, democrat. declared he would never vote the bill to the house in its present Y form. Thereupon Representative Rus- ti sell, republ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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