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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 4 November 1892

IF YOU SEE IT IN THE TRIBUNE YOU CAN BET ON IT, mo mewro Mo' ;ASELIN, GreaTtbTN TT alls Sovenirnssenon INQ. n C Iutrwi At WJEEKLY TRIBE.seStre. LIME XI. - GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. FIlIlDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 4, 1892. NLM IlER 140 'Novi ON NovE1vI<I~i 4111, 1791, Icncral St. Claire o ith 2000 ten, was totally defeated by tc Indians on a tributary of he Wabash. The savages made the attack ,hill the troops were preparing bredkfnst, and in the confusion o, Soo soldiers were killed. St. Claire after having three lure, shot under hii, ith imculty effected his escape to :.nt Washington, now Cin innati. -ELECANT "ALL SUITS i call your special attention tur very complete stock of tade Suits for Fall and ntcr. We venture the assertion it tar stock is the lart est as well th: cheapest in price, coniider Squality, of any house in Great l<. Come and look thentoter. [)BBY OVERCOATS. \L' IIcre isswheretie shine this We show a beat tiful as cutent of the richest thints the rket affords this year,...

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. — 4 November 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. UHE TRIBUNE COMPANY. .1. A. MmmcKnlmht. . fditr r anti Manttrr SUBSCRlot'OIN RATES. M,.il .umetript .. , ..ttl in wlvanoe. DAILY N tt.KLY. Omtu ya ,t;t m ml ." ;, e.. hol"" ttter.ttttl a $1. O~ne wek. by rcarri ar. 3 inglu easpny, 5 rite irontimm tl't' the 9'lvrt..tII' Korthern Mtntana is 5t.trttmo .I t't ma.tmm'mt that of any ps. Iter pimbliehe in ith. t ttt. Sobscribers d.esrin, th.-".t hirIees changed neit send theit .trmtr m*i.rmt atm well ea the ne tldma"tmtm imi ^!..i i.r. mtmmmhered. Address: tutnrsu I.imm'y. treat Fals. Montana Imr o re dmlmuent. GROVER CLEVELAND. Fttr t l.-PmsreIddit. ADLAI E. STEVENSON. OUR NEXT GOVERNOR, HON. T. E. COLLINS. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. ,.rares. ... W. W. DIXON For ,,,vern.,r I.. E. .O(.LLINS For LUt.-twnanit 1 ',vu, ,r .IIlNIY 1t. MELTON For .heIf Ju-tic.- \\ Y. PE31'EMtTON For Attorney Ge"or:,l . E. l'. DAY For S.ecr.tary I tian, . II. W. 4. FOLK For Trea.urer I F M4E IIAITON For And.tor .. WM. C. WilALEY For Snl..rinfT d...

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. — 4 November 1892

ANT TO SMELT IRON ORES P sre 1s4 of land 4 oulee (oal I ast Makes the Establishlmnent of Iron Works Possible. iAstern capitalists Interested and j.unking to Great Falls sas 1 Site for* a Pismt. An etatmeal Manufactory to be Added to Other Impusetant Industries or the l ity. tince" the econornwid unelting of cop. per ure hlss been mueiee a success by the gee from Sand Coulee coul, pastern capi talists have been lolting in this direr tion with a view to putting in furnaces to treat the iron ores of the surrounding country. Fast depoesit of magnetie specular or red henmatite. brown heen stiteor hydrated sesqeioxide. ;II argil Iecieus iroi , iPh arete kluul n o ii t In this section. kt presentlan Io. n).ratic ,rcssupply fully inc thint t;. pig ieon, p;relally more, thi- : , ular ere per rpp s n e a r ly o n e 1i t h . c. i. A l tI l o .th e -i r .0itit rest, but eioiantly inececeeing tin wportancet us n.v ti.tre..tue : e Ioked mite south Will esvt. Ma.e4net i trea ar prn.aipally wir.:ei...

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. — 4 November 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE VIIIDAY. NOVEMHER I. 152. SWHY DIDN'T T1HI TELL I'M? There was an excellent oppoirtunit; on Saturday night for the republica, orators to have given the people of UIrea Palls a good explanation of the exerop tion of the Northern Pacific railroar from taxation. The people would like t( know all about this matter. They would like to know whet part Colonel Sandlers as attorney of the Northern Pacific, had ir securing its exemption from the legal rale of taxation assessed upon the other railroades of the state. With Mr. Sanders here and also Mr. Hlartman. Loth of whom are fully con versant with the bitisiess. ant devoted to the interests of tie Northern Pacniic, it was not unreasonable for us to expert that we shoul I receive full information n, to this trrrsactiou. The luestienit is: WhI is the Northern I'aiitic railroad taxed urily ý.Z ion i mile. while all the other roads oif the ratite pay 6_.0th a mtile: What ntiueeutint was given to the four repoulliunnn nrmbers ...

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. — 4 November 1892

IOME FOR THE WAGE EARNER I11t4 Iigeint (,ieutleinut 11. Iifes soure of the Advantages of' a yr"icr Eveiy Adv~anmtag~e OItI,.r jitig"' Cla~ima and it a reat Many TIhat The.- INo Not. W~a ~hI3 Wo'rkingmcien Sluouid (.li Ma Bllot rill, tile (ity of E~rrat pal Is for ('uapital. {ounnumend me to a city where capital labor go hand in hand, where the rehant, the manufacturer and the easional man are in sympathy with wage-earners; where the sentiment inst the exclusion of Chinese always. nbeen and will continue to be upper [ in the mind of every citizen; ere a bond of common sympathy ites tIhe people, and where every sub [ loaking to its future is given careful ught by the residents." saidi a con ator in Great Falls yesterday. ~I ane more than pleased that mny let been cast in this city and I feel that y lines have fallen in pleasant places. ore engaging in my present business, -while at work at my trade. I have rilst1 and lived in every town of prona nence in the west. Early in the sixties...

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. — 4 November 1892

TUMULTUOUS APPLAUSE Greeted 11r. Clevelld. He Speaks Before the Germia--Amerl can Cleveland Union. Cooper Union Packed and as Many More turned Away. N Iw lomi. Ott. _7. The t Herman American Cleveland union held a great mass-meeting tonight in Cooper union. The large hall was packed with people and nearly as many more were unable to cain admittance. Enthusiasm was at white heat throughout the proceedings. Tumultuous applause greeted Mr. Cleve land. arl Schurz, Oswold Ottendorfer and many leading German-American cit izens as they came upon the platform. Chairman Steinway introduced Mr. Cleveland as a gentleman known. hon 'red, revered and beloved, not only in America, but the world over. When the applause that geeted this introduc tion had subsided Mr. Cleveland spoke, as follows: Fellow citizens: When I address you as my fellow citizens I use the salutation common on occasions like this, and one which ordinarily carries with it nogreat er meaning than a customary greeting. It seems ...

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. — 4 November 1892

rTiiRINC_MAN'S HOME6 pieiiolltil'll Adimptedl atit Ma ssIgt~ reio.~ilJ tuf tile W401uti;liuitueti oif EGreait Faulis. re'it~lldlrs Take an Active Interest inSelectting it Site for Mota tatflftra t'aIital. Reuet lniaeut its the llreat-WVin ntea Homame. was announced this week that a meeting of laboring men would be at the opera house on Thursday ag. but it was not expected by many there would be such a general gath . There were hundreds in thelbuild the wage-earners occupying seats in parquette and dress circle. which filled, and the other parts of the ing were also occupied by citizens the city. atte stage were the delegates frlm Great Falls Trades and Labor t'oun ontle twenty-five in number, with dent L. L. Harmon in thechair. In is the assembly to order the preis taid the workingmen were desirous furthering their interests socially and lv. as well as to work in every way the interests of the people at large. said the Trades and Labor Council adopted resolutions at a recent meet wh...

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. — 4 November 1892

A POPULAR STORY WRITER. A Fair Tennesseran Who Has Won Fame as an Actress and a Writer. Miss Viola Roseboro is a Tennesseean by birth and lineage, but she has lived little in her native state, having, as she admits, being "brought up all over the country." She removed to New York about ten years ago. Miss Roseboro was on the stage for three years and was suc cessful, but literature held the first place in her affections and lured her from the footlights. For five years she lies been writing for magazines and newspapers. She has done a wide variety of newspaper work with marked brilliancy and adaptability, but her most enduring renown has been gained by her short stories. Most of these have appeared in The('entnry, and will he recalled as possessing unusnal c'iiginality and grace. She shifts her seis at will, and is is minlh at hone in lortrayintu life in a New York "*lat"i as she is w\eui shl gives hire ii' iiile annals" of he Tennessee backwoods '-cracker." Miss JIo- bor 1 ves New ...

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. — 11 November 1892

IF YOU SEE IT IN THE TRIBUNE YOU CAN BET ON IT, o. ds :. C AM- tthI, Great Faills Souvlenir Spoons 130 CoaMI As ,At o ,. *VA LN,,A O Chamberlail's Jewelr Itore. LUME XI. G~RIEAT' FALLS. MON()'I'AN A. FIIII)AY MORNINGT , N()OVEMIIER II, 1892. NIUMBER 14(; OIe T'1*-DAY in the church calein ar is consecrated to St. Martin d has been known for centuries Martinmas. St. Martin was horn in 316, d noted for his mildness and nevolence and charity, and e cut represents him dividing mantle with a beggar. As shop of Tours he converted c Gauls to Christianity and is ne of the greatest of the Latin thers. -ELECANT ALL SUITS We call your special attention our very complete stock of •ell made Suits tor Fall and Vinter. We venture the assertion hat our stock is the largest as well sthe cheapest in price, consider ig quality, of any house in Great I alls. Come and look them over. OBBY OVERCOATS. .\h! Here is where we sui.e this iii. We show a bceutitii as artiient of the i chest things the tarket aff...

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. — 11 November 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER It. 1892. HOWV THE PRESIDENT IS ELEOCTED. It will be interesting at this time to young voters. naturalized voters, and those who have not yet taken the trouble to look up the law and custom, to study for a moment the rules which govern general elections in this country. While thousands of minor officials are to be elected on November 8 this year, the principal object of thiseelection is to chose a president and a vice president of the United States. The voters do not cast their ballots direct for the president and vice president. but each state has chosen electors in accordance with the number of its senators ;ald representa tives, the number of electors being in each case the same as the representation of the state in the house and senate comlbined. senators or representatives or persons huIling any olfice under the governnent tannot serve as an elector, and thest c el'tos 1~aet:t, he chosen on the sale I h t ,hr ouhut the tUnited States. .\Acor...

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. — 11 November 1892

SOF A SPEECH. DEPEW COMPOSED HIS T COLUMBIAN ORATION. led Vainly with the Subject for but l.splratlon Finally Came ,. Mat I, His Church Pow-A lwr's Fateful tilunder. I s,, inl ('orrepondeae.d yo'li, Oct. 27.-One, M31ohy 6tv or tlhr1i weeks afta' his rrt Dul l:'rolpe, Chlumucy 3I. Dc"aw il e.h an entlllusiastic manner .r;lic'e of spirits that it was a ,,,imnant, although hlie is nsu *aIN HIS T--NOiIt . pP'.d of Iearty goOl nuture h·egilts the business cares of the A lusuiness friend who stoo, ill ridur outside the officis iof tihe York Central railonad was ap led by Mr. Depew, who threw sup ads with a gesture of delight and ""1 amil feeling as happy as a bird C. (LIe with me and I will telli !! abott it," and with gentle pres Mr. Depew forced his friend into rate office. great orator was dressed in that h snit of which so much has been . alsi which he purchased not by ,but through necessity. It was esuit which changed his aipear but a new alpine hat, one which nught in Germany. and w...

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. — 11 November 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, ¥VIIDA. NOVMBEIII 11. I552. IT may by noted in passing that the Helena Journal did it. CrL~v:A:LA never says "Is it ex pedient." lie always wants to know simply, "Is It honest?" GaANDr,'A's hat tumbled out of the Helena Journal with a rush, and lit on thA basement floor with a "dull, sicken ing thud." "On ' TOM" continues to chase the rainbows, but he will soon be out at Port Orchard selling lots around that dry dock site. Dl)Avi B. tHI.L. is strictly in it. Bly studying the principles of (rover Cleve land he will make goid presidential timber in Ist,;. Nolntro\ has yet discovered where Mr. Prentiss is at. Ilis friends anti relatives are singing the fumiliar ditt?: "O(h, where is out wttanderriing boy tonight." Ir is said Mr. IIreei'n cae here with S.JtW of .nt o,.olda onli rty. if he did. his power it f ert- ui.si,n ainlt his money cutrrinetl wm- i ith: ut alpreciable ef. feet. It'll .I. i i . and T'l'nt t arter, tie two IadI tvrys frhor .Mrt.trrr w.h have ibeen...

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. — 11 November 1892

ELECTIONS IN EARLY DAYS, A Contrast Between Practices Twenty Years Ago and the Methods Now in 'Use. hlow Old-Timers Met and Discussed the Issues. and the Topics They Talked About. Candidates Were Welcomed by Men of All Partles, and Were Always Royally Entertained. There is a difference in the way elec tions are conducted in Montana in these later years. Twenty years ago at the poll there were no booths. no official ballots, no railing enclosing the grounds in front of the polling places, no officer to tell you when you might enter, no man tomake inquiry whether or inot your name was on the list of those entitle-d to vote. You didn't have to go into a lootl, andl pick out the names of the men you want ed to vote for. There were gentlemen at the polls who would even mark your tick et for you, and if you didn't know whon to vote for they'd tell you. You didn't have to buy a demnijohn or a bottle of whisky the day before elei. tion twenty years ago. The saloons wowet open all day, and i...

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. — 11 November 1892

A BLOODY TRAIIEDY ELabtl Iii a lhilaay Carr Deputy Marshals a.d Negroes Fight a Pitched Battle. One White Man and a Negro Killed-. Several Others Injured. A.\IiIolI: . I. T.. No%'. i. . . bloody tragedy occurred early this morning on a Santa Fe passenger train between here and Gainesville. Texas. in which one deputy marshal and a negro. passengers on the train, were ki led. The tragedy took place in the half of a combination smoking car which is reserved f r negroes. In the compartment of the car there were traveling four negroes and three United States deputy marshals. named Smith. Armstrong and Baker One of the negroes remarked in an offensive manner that their portion of the car was reserved for negroes and he would like to know what business white men had in it. Deputy Marshal Smith replied that white men could ride where they pleased and supplemented his re mark with an oath which angered the negroe. Smith was riding in front of the negroes and he rose to go back to the other c...

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. — 11 November 1892

EAT AND WOOL GROWING, e Area of Agricultural Land Now ititivated and That Available Under Iitch Near here. Northeaatern Part of Montanl Es. .entially tile W'dI-(trowlug eetion of ithe ,trte. nrl and Qiality. Not the Tarill: Aft freet tihe Price of Wool in EiSnt ern Marketa. Herbert lleywood, an intelligent and -erant gentleman, has recently been this city engaged in writing up the re rels of the section for various eastern er,. lie devoted a letter to the wheat wing and wool industries of northern 4, northeastern Montana. and front at letter the TIlts'NEc relroducelll the lowing, which will be found of interest iari,-ulturists and etochlmlle Unly a few scattering and widel. -sept ted valleys have been used flor grain owing. notably the Sun River valley d the Judith basin. BDoth of these :tius are tributary to (Great Falls. tabsolutely none of these cultivated SvO can be seen from the railroad whii Ih t, recently entered this une,\plirn. autry. It looks like the plains dskirt. ,tle e...

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. — 11 November 1892

PASSING OF THE FEUD. Last of the Tollivers, Cooleys, Hatflelds and Their Kind. ALL EAST KENTI'CKY IS AT PEACE lWhy the M.ountaolanous Ilreglolls of the 'outh IProdlltceI o WIt nlily Family Wars.' The Toll.r.aplly Attracted ThaIIt h.ort of lPeople IiIi the War Ieanloollllzed Them. I1· c,,,,,,.+. n j.+ 110 Imw'. The d:ar clh whlinch tlre trhie i 1t1.'t in the, .hiililie J a in Itll , irn Itit ._.. L. ,hied tl,. sinlli . ei pl .. .f hir ,nd . n i]ul ml.. Ir :.,ii.ction [alut .'.nin..t ,n, P .] ,n L lll l l Im IOrllle freely I+, ." /n •h .11 s ll fenrin in IIaIiIkItn Eeimlr, or t;lwttl itand Saxii n i llt li l ll, i r ( IXO ill i rllI iii i ln I r e l a n d.\i, t h i s w ,,. <l l l l Jh al v 'e o. l h d Iu l l - ural enougl,, lhut wshy .,honMl therl, h,, a "galg" :i el'iiiefu l Penn-ylvnii., Why feuds in Kentu+.ky? W ell, it i-nIi' easy to ,'xphtin t<o a foiri...nz or or evenl to' fil .Lt~lanlt i{' (_oa;IPt Yl.+nlkee, )'t it iSll Itlt It h lii inr i ll , illr I' s lll t he elt jt"...

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. — 18 November 1892

IF YOU SEE IT IN THE TRIBUNE YOU CAN BET ON IT, * CHAMERýLAIN, Ha,. lemma the LutI cal ý°` WEEKLY TRIBUNE. 1::e: eM sE XI. ET FA ; N, GreY IN, VEE, 1892I r Spou ,. T ,,,. C1erl l' Jewelry Store. MN-O8 ILl. ) NOVEMBER 18Trl, 1804, eral Philip Schuyler, lied at ny, N. Y. He was one of the gencral inted by the Continental egress in 1775, and was com der of the "Northern Dc ent." Although disablh:i gout for continued o,,rvice, finally through intrigue, cceded by Gates, it \\wa huyler's genius which directied campaign of 1777. and ac. pliphed the capture of ,., - yr'" , army at Saratio,,a. -ELECANT ALL SUITS \ec c;dl your -.lcc;, 'i, .::enti,,r. .uhr vt:v co mll'i tt p e ,' c] lf :i tade ;uts t' r Iti a nd nter. W. vBOtur h ON, -.rtin S our ,.tocl : ia tnd i.ro.e : tH;o s ell cheap(_t ti pr .1" c. ml r Cl.,liy. at any .,., iS o Grea~ t I.- Cont ,:kt l I, - th, u iv r. 'OBBY EROATS. artm':nt of the :- et" th. in..s the ak,'t afforrN tl, ".' : r. ,t v"r" v,, ' kire . Y'o)ur tr tr, le. HE :...

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. — 18 November 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE THE TRIBUNE COMPANY [a(ooarosarsa. I J. A. MacKnilght. - Editor and anager SUBSCRIPTION RATES. N.hl hsubsriptions mtst be paid in advance. DAbIL. wlu[ILt. .Ve year.by mail. 87.00 One year. by maml, $1.5t die months. " a4.l, Si months, "'.. One month. " .73 1 Three moult 7 ')n week. by arrier.I Single o, - Advertising rates frnillshed on applioation. The rircnlation of the Tribone In Northe.n alontana is guarantned to exceed that of any pa. par published in the ostte. Sbacribelrs desiring their address changed must send theai former aidres asm well am the new sddress.this should be remembered. Address: Tataois I'OwltANIY. treat Feil. Montana FIIDAY. NOVIEMBERI 18. 185:. IJE'N THE YAISM SUNDAYS. Lur TaInci,. blelieves with hundreds of the leading newspapers of this country that the World's fair ethouqi i. opne.l mn Hundays. and kept open in the eveiingu for the ,benett of the wolrkicg p(ieophl. A ireat national m.iveeOentis oin f.tI. tio .ntelr. Is,. rrtI al of the ...

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. — 18 November 1892

ht iWHPOLITICS. Conservative Policy. Sweeping Changes lade at the Edinburgh Conference. Tory Rigidity Has Given Place to a lost Democratic Spirit. 1ri titd. IO..d. ,b1 tolr Associated lrene. ,lx).V Nov. 11. No event in the ry of the conservative party ap che4 in importance the adoption of new jprogramme by the conference onservativo associations just held in nburgh. 'The platform is frankly ratic. It eve:n goes beyond the castle programme of the liberale in litting popular control of party leg. rnn, and, further, it contrasts favor with the liberal federation policy as wieg greater independence of opin among the adherents of the princi of unionism. The rigidity of old 'ism has absolutely vanished and is aced by an elastic constitutionalism Mr. Balfour and other leaders ree accepted, though certain fossils like Siduke of Rutland continue to think incompatible with genuine eonserva , and dangerous to the success of sy government. Ibe programme includes electoral reg .tion reform, with...

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. — 18 November 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. NOVkMBER IS. 1IN1. RIGHT THIS O.HAT WRIONG. At one corner of this union there is a groat wrong which has existed for years under the republican administrations. that should be one of the first things righted under the new adnunistration of ptrover (leveland. We refer to the great wrong which has prevented the territory of I'tah from being admitted to tih union. When LI. '. Mihehner. the famotus politician and industrial promoter passed through t reat alls a short time ago. he talked freely about his aiquaintanceship with the .Mormons. Ilis dealings ir building the big quartz mills at Ijhi have been entirely with Mormin lmen. and he says that filw of them have molre Ilan one wit'. wlhile all with whlml he has had des l hngs were nen of remiarkahble ctrai::htfrwiar ince-r and honsty,. who prided theinselv.s uIpo. their perfect l'fairtess andti honor in dea.lin. atith all men. .Mr. .\lichener _,»ve it as his opinion thu mi utlrage had lit-eln m"lul mtitte.l ...

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