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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 18 November 1892

OW VOTES ARE CANVSSE, I, liactr; form the General Election I.anws Relating to tile Mannerl the Ballots arnle (ounteod. annlaterial Irlregularl'itie leio Not ('on. .titllte auficient ('tiue for the lHe jectionl or Any Votes. O*nlerial iItuimiiation R itegalrdin tihe ta('nva.wling of Votes and tile Isslue of t'ertiflcat.s of Election. III a few days tile board of canva.Iner rf this county will meet and their action will determine as to who is entitled to certificates of election. It is generally known at this writing who were, the sue ciceful candldates. but the fiat of tin, canvassing board is essenttial to wal rant any person entering upon the dlie charge of his official duties. Thel' man ner in which the votes are counted will prove of interest to tlhoe not familiar with the law. which was appriiovil l Marh 1, i891: Section 2. The hoard of count) Iiiim missioners of each county is ex-illici. a board of county canvassers for the county, and must meet as a board of county canvassers ...

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. — 18 November 1892

PIGGOTT PROTESTS h ainst a Count of Votes, He Claims that Benton was Irregu larly Nominated. The Case is Set for the December Term of the Supreme Court. iia. .iNov. No. 12. Special dispatch to the T,'i uni. --Wil!iam T. Pigott. candidate for judge of the Eight judicial distr:ct. today applied to the supreme court for a writ o! prohibition to prevent the ('ascade board of canvassera from proceeding with the re-count of votes for that otlice. lie claims that Judge tcntyn. the fusion candidate, was irreg ularly nomiia'ted Iby the people's party. It is set forth that the people's party actually nominate I no candidate for the judgeship. althloulrh aniel MIcKay. chairman of the executive committee of that county. certitied that Benton was the nominee of his party. On this around he asks that the votes cast for Ienton. the people's party nominee, be thrown out. which would elect Pigott. The ,asce was set for )ecembher 17. S)IM:TINi 01" OLIi-TI.IEII'. The 'rierty 1of the Framier~ ofI the 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. — 18 November 1892

E FIRST LADY OF THE LAND, eh of tile Wife of tihe Preeident jVihieh Will Interest Everyone Who Readls It. Shrlle Slend erGirl ( Now i Radiant hialtron, Beloved by All Who Know lier. , Wonlman SNees Ier--- Her lrate.rt 'lhotograpllh Not Recognized by the enlleral 'Public. ~ilI Nelson, the woman journalist who sesses among other good things the endship of Mrs. (irover Cleveland, tells a recent letter of the chsange time has olught in the uppearance of the ex 1silent's charming wife and of --me, )er interesting things connected with Srrecent visit to New York .ilty. Fhe Mrs. Cleveland who left New York ,t November to spend the winter in .,,rkwood, N. J.. was a tall, thin, pale. .red girl. The Mrs. Cltehlanl who has 'ut made a flying trip to the city to ritlress the naval parade is a tall. well ouded. radiant young iHatrol. Lake ,l 1 lothers who useed to say lpoor ,i" when she drove past in the Strauss ariafl'. m lttlsl uip in furs. would neIt\ l IP.x:': the happy. handsome. hbneI ,roer...

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. — 18 November 1892

A CLOCK THAT WEARS BANGSº T'he WIll erful 'II t IP'ossesse.d by iI Youngl Iadly Who lResides in fth ('itv of 31i.i+asla. h eo Tll',t the 1it' Ii' I of Mintelttll . ec llndsl Whih Ftlapse With .lnt Seeing I. T'imllpie<'. A Po t-Il:ection 'ltory From i' Western . ,ontaun City Which 'ontait s Strange Statements. ' lcess the VWestern I enllocrat is tI\ ilg us a great big fake, they have in Missoula a young woman of marvelous heauty who keel s time like a clock, in her mind, and counts the passing of minutes and seconds with the precision of ia chronomteter. The paper says: There is right here in Missoula a young lady possessing a remarkable and unex. plainable gift. The name anti residlence of the Loung latd were given to a rt porter with ain invitation to "all around." and thlte assuratlnct atidded that hei l ould witness sotething that it I:t'er sawir (I heatlt of bteftore. T'lthe itell llungi y reporter who had llbeen ontl thel Iiokolltil fil' a stray hpiee'.' of Its.V. anld who h...

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. — 25 November 1892

r gourt giatorica\ ° IF YOU SEE IT IN THE TRIBUNE YOU CAN BET ON IT, 1,,',-, ý, E. CHAMBSRLAIN. IHave you seen the eosds I tchs, Great Palls Soarenir Spoons --20- Central T,5 .IBN Chdaerlalm's Jewelry Store. )LITME XTI. ("IE,1T FA LI,,. ION FA \, I'Ii.,D V .!(IiNIN(, .OV EMI IlII 25. 1892. NUM IEII (ovt a i iFrm l ·dkr, iil 1 " 892" sitll1n kitto cniccl neark sttt P1!1 was in t r eadangic""; ,uI ol \,;:n\. colltitllticol, Illlta'clr deaf by jittalryt 'abili ty attracted attenn oi, a r IaCIrelprlcure cngag11nie lrdIulIc those wlork-ý Upo"n ihichl have niadt lii- unat fensin' ll. --ELBCANT- ALL SUITS A",1c cdall you1r sheLet '. atltntt i (Allr very C( llcji (,ork (1 nintcr ade Sucits c. t I .ii, iiin1 Ahe: cheapest in price, Cc~n",t oler nality, of allt hot il C.ome and 11101 ticll.) ocir. IOBBY ()V I KU). \ "S. \i.! l. re i\Vc .11 rr14 % h i.t' tIi ort:leIIt (11 the tII h'"t thin'ý" thr THE : BOSTON, Clothing and Shoe House. Cataract Mill . (1ll,"r u.n tl,. io ied v ,.. \\.\ \ \ \ \ ...

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. — 25 November 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, FIbIDAY. NOV MBIER 25. 1512. THE PIVO1TAL AIERIICAN 'ROIILiEM. In his speech at the Chamber of Com imerce banquet Mr.; Cleveland made his opinion very clear on the subject of giv ing all Americans a fair opportunity to enjoy the good things of this bounteous land. While he was speaking he doubt less had in mind the grim problems that are still agitating tile unfortunate peo ple at Hlomestead, where frenzy and bloodthirstiness still reign supreme. The question arises at this time what can be done to adjust the differences be tween capital and labor in a manner to bring about the best results. It is absolutely assential to t[he life andi pro gress of this riepublic that the conten tion between capital and labor shall tie broulght to an end. Many representing boith interests aue iumpressed witll this fact. and it is inw -iiiply a question ofI the itia:s to Ib, eimpl yed tlo accompllish thls gireat en .\t l tht outset a funda mental prit;iil. ntas got to ie rci--gniz...

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. — 25 November 1892

E DRILLING CHAMPIONSHIP tWtiny For It iii Butle. World's Record Broken the First Day. ,iners are iauifksting a Great Deal f lnterest in the Final Outcomn of the Contest. ,.1 ,f.ea I oigelli all n Il it i t . ll.) , ,,ii }i i ' dn t ll ,:II t ;,i, " i',', II m, tV. fier hl u re i' ..lt l' abi or b' ndl u nCt nd b luLc' ,r 1 t",r, * ir, , ,iInt op=. ,arks' w ill I,- Ili :,,, {}'i," I ii. I J i.ii+' lla'iit el I ti ' ll s Is pIli I,r I I. ti sl ccsl)l l u 'l. reW il!" I r: il 'I" iho' d mo AlId. andl l.peoi l tI""1, ii th -!' r i." a i l iwit lll'tH Ii II ; it l l ' t il *,'Ifil. I 'l'iei ciiit l. \ it \Il' lillill' l .:cnth for ineei n wurt . I ,'" i. bolI t to I( !lli all ll' . \t. II. tol:i l uiid .1 h+i' iii'l'lll - -iui fr I',i, Ill .i ra n S. ocr usir lii'' . in . s tllly i , uilt ul i ge : a ili "h, ,fle fkii S f illef r 6i a site. iht, Iut d to, il i uii'. , i st Pru 'viou , t l . IiI.'+iu n' l and .ii hn nll itup; i t i l . . ti, iln it'- ieventsi, but thelity , ,r e oni m i t...

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. — 25 November 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, 1IIIDAY. NOVMKMBER 25. let.. -400U NIM1W FROM tRHOTLAI'. The TIInu'.n. received through the courtesy of I).(;. ltrowne a dispatch Tues day night announcing that A. H. larnil ton. democratic candidate fir the legisla ture in ('hotteau ct.ounty, had LtCen given the certitiaute of electiotn by the county canvassing oarnl. This board was corn posed of ('hs W. ( ;ray. county cimminis rinn; \V..I. Mliner, county treasurer, and Major :,lwra t unn. for itany .wars chief clerlk in T. '. l',ower . store. ill re Iublicans. It had ,eo plrtettcauly .lu-w Il that the republican ianldidate was ehlctt.d. hut the ,iili ii al 'out i.howt that -uch. is nlt tIe toi-. lit.h hoard inte tigatetd precinct tandl 'lne tital the ntl bare iTh,, .,-ti, n of Mv. Hamilton , ,d iul . 1i, ti i. thi'tu. i: , ii cra'| i.as it Ai u r i t t. j.loint I. aU 14 I%. i. i tali',,. i't, Ilti i N't~ j itltitas aiid it liir in lhl . Icoun y. 'aplllt,d i i i'on at l i i ,'i st' a.i - h'- n i,.n \M i, d1 1 t,...

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. — 25 November 1892

S TEACHERS IN SESSION, te First Iay's ProaCeediics or tlhe Ediuators of ('nrade ('onnty at Their Institute. Iteresting Papers on )ltl'erent Topi.es 1Which W'er'e I'roductive o'' (eneral I)lsessioln. I,". Carte :l Etertailnl the tlemlbers" o, the Assaci atHin 'With niln Adluhess land lheritation. 'The Fifth annual institute of the - I Ide county teachers convened yesterday t ;9::t0 in the district court room of the ourt house. About thirty-five teachers were present st the morning session. The meeting was opened by thite sing ijg of America after which followed tieu election of Miss Hara H. Swain as .tre-, tary and the address of wel'hiaI from the county superintendent. Mi. Mr. I. grwan. The order -if the printied pr.i gralltle was :ot followed: tihe lirst IpaitIer presented being that of Mr. I'. ('. Py.I on"Written Work in I'ngriled i hools." Mr. Pyle believes that written wink should be required in both gruadul iand ungraded schools for the reason that it cultivates goutd ptIenians...

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. — 25 November 1892

A COLLIERY A I- IN. EigIt .li1irs ElI)illoibell. The Accident Is Caused by Rotten Timbering. Every Effort Being lade lo Reach the Imprisoned len--The Wound ed Being Cared For. ,.ctured this aft'-rnioui Ii ith Ih,..l. I eoll t oilliery iC.t trnliia. Ioper'at.dl by i. I. hiley ,' t . w lhr-,y seven - ,r eiight ,.n are u ,,w initip 'aineI in the min,, be -ilies tw'i othllers n wh hat e I'biten talin ,.ut very bally .njurted. 'l'he ',lliery 'titrai:ia I- abl ut t' illlies frolu . heni, :1 is a ter; iar. t' ttncrt'n. The form,'t - 1 :t rsitors if tl.e llt/el I t, 11 antd l"ri:k 1v or'i tlatii that tile tttu ibering tiier 'Wals ro1tleni.. This. it is f-ared. hatd consitldrable to tito witli ttl ,ave-in. Everything was Iiing aloun . usual in the llazel Dell works thi ioruling aitnd no signi of danger was visi bIle until 1 a o'clock. when a cracking in "h," riof of the mine was heardt. and a 'Sw .pillars reiatuiniig in that part of the -:"in-- started to run and befiore the i;in,'rs could r...

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. — 25 November 1892

STON & MONTANA HEPORTU ) tclmlellt W'st. Excredingly WeII leceived inl Bostonl in tlhe ('lup per Stock IMarket. S.tlurollaging 11and Will ('alse the ,to'k to Itemtai in a Ileltlhyv Conditiln. e. Net Aullnnal litepict Will i e I'on .idernldy |Iriglhter and More Eo11u1 ragila . Ihtonl letter to Houghton IGaztiltt: he annual report of the Boston & Man, na mine was well received, the stock a;nig from the low point of last week. uring the past live years ending JJune , tihe Boston & Montana mine i%~is perated at a profit of $3:.t9t1. t,0 over e ordinary expenses. Fromne this mount is to be deducted 8te;21.(cw for nastruction. S39:1,tKl) for interest and l:t,0tt) for bonds redeemned, a total of 1.447,K00 for first charges against in mouse, leaving $2,49)5.(kK) for the stock. Uf this amount $'',07.,,t K) was distributed sl dividends on the stock. leaving a sur plus of $42O.00(. The company bought poperty amounting to 8r"i,:I,0,. ;ail sespent $1,78:1t,t0t on the (;Great alls pla...

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. — 25 November 1892

THE TEACHERS' CONVENTIONt Th ke T'ceitg of Sctie9e ill thse I.(e nte I'i~tliti~iimi II. ' u t ie~ PejeeteII' a cI( I i\~ eee' rSehIe"ý NIe'l. l Attertiamed bytle Brdel igeetie+a4 eejltenioe I.th Tl'e tirst subject considered yesterday at the Teachers' institute was that of drawing. Miss Virginia Fisher. of reat 'alls,. read a paper opening with a sen ,"ln,". front Iuskin: "Man makes a use ull thing. then, to express pleasure in i.l" snu-cess. it'le rates it." ")rawi ;g.'" -aid Miss l"isher. '"is the universal lian ,uage iof all nations. savage or civilizedl. it is as important as writing. ontue or tii blenefits to bederived from the study in the awakening and growvth iof the !aculties of observation, perceiption and uiparison. the training of certain mus 'hes. while the creative sond inventive fat' -l.ties are brouglht into play. Best of all. "iv chill's :stheti'. nature is cultivated. .lnd hence the enjoynment of lifte in reasld. Clay nlodeiling 5hhouid aceom :nany lessons in drawi...

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. — 2 December 1892

IF YOU SEE IT IN THE TRIBUNE YOU CAN BET ON IT, ont uiitorical rUO1 WEEKLY TRIBUNE. . 1 o .t.20 , . I 1 I1 I I C m1 .rl n'sI eCelr y h S t . Ul "E X lI. I I'A'I' IA , LLS. i",)N A', 1\ X. I'I: 1i )A( + O IN Gi , 1)EI, 'I:')IIH I , 1892. .I;M IIER 13 VERSHDES / I -~ E-209 1,,.., i rtiun Will Ihold it- ;Ill I ei I Iit I \\ h h I't --ELECANT 'Ic SUITS ··.· ! ·r\c , r \'r ·lt. I r t n,, t, 111111ut ldt tuOe m int, m .t Iti ati ton\tfl *t I Alth anL SUo ~IT TXTAHTCIT [1ass Block STORE QPENING 207 Central Avene'. PARK HOTEL Neihart, Mont. iL . KEINMOL ' First-Class Accommodation Half Minute's ~:I f rn Dpo Commercial Traveler's Samin: ' ^'m h Connection. Rates $2 to $2.50 pe UIay O. GERHARDT. Practical Taxidermist ALL KINDS OF FURS CLE4NED. 122 teventh Ave. S.. rt Oti -_ . _ Mone to Loalt luoom 10. Dunn blo'ck. ,irat I'nIll l'.i!. IMPORT ANI' TO FARNMERS. 'he hluist Siommer-Mi li To Raise Grain Successfully in Non tana Without Irrigation. Useful Hints and Practical lolorma tion Irom One Wh...

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. — 2 December 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY. NOVEMBER y. Inn. .11Y IT irIOUtI TIIOIIIIIT. Arlri-ily it is apliarellt that praciitiil unanimnity exists amuioig. the state plress on the subject of thle uinversity,although for sollle Ictreason lllbet known to itself the .\Analonda Sltallndiard afets to believe that conliliolns it may arise which will render a'risahlh the policy if ,lividing it up. We hpel- atid btlIeve that the Stanid Ird is wrong in uitcribing ailly 'tlher than the Lbest inotirsr to the Ihelena Inde iiendenit in tatinii pi po.itioit in favor of cinetlihlatitn. 'The Stallliarll is certilin ly in irrorl when it na's that no Hlihlt-nat latpiir or citriti er 'bliefirte tlia:iiliiinitl this idta. ' ithtii litor ,f 1hw llli . was condu htig th,. Ihhntia .hlouriatl dur ing tilhe t gislatir'i stsion lto f I l. when St-nator l'.tria t ilrhiiin tiir up n-i de \'ted ly for the id e i of -.,nso ljli lttiin. a in d hli \ rui-e. i ntii er o.i f trti.t .s in line with .1r. , ibs .n i .ramliiui t. ni...

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. — 2 December 1892

DP HE USEJ PSN'? Dial f he.ý Die iiluialle aandarv Concerning the Five Wives of an Iowa Man. liam Mayhor Placed in Jail Until the Mystery I; Cleared Up. N.I: rnN III . \ Ic. _ 1o-no t. Il ii *iS . \t i i ·.i . 1 n :: I: :. 1t 111 .r otl ilit Kr niiir' Tit ;~.:1 fr: !.l'l 1111 111( t: ;,I ,!I'.I for 111," t,, r h l.ti I , I l. I- p It l tI- I.tr r: tr n 'a iir luau c liji itt I , jun-u. -1" tIriiijtt I )h..Tul ii "r ttnI r. u.-- Fur t I i Jl \ 1 I.-1'iN,.iu 1" .11, it ,I .u iitjiii'it* I I*~ I. n t, . 'h "1 '.t 1t.' wtia gi-aiLyt a i.i- y tootih !.". and thiat sIII it-id .tuiunic.. to, uiIly "aill. I lu"til"r2 sui-tI, -'in,--I trnt h-inhr tat ?4itflni ii j-juu!I titiut lilyn 'iiayhluu *ut'iy. notilhilt ulti It ti sirk iiiul: wijtiil"iui-2t r.; tM]illI aliii It.li i Iit' 'iti r rot * .11,4trY4'h4llu hily Itio ll fw1.I . II. '.r. bu t lird' itliidiit o moit''l. 14)4 r r wli .I l titlihti.t 44i4till. di4 d ''t 141 1441 Iea'h. I' t in nti4'l44 Jill Iu4'44. I '"i'' !Jvll I 1.14 to tile. s...

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. — 2 December 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. III)AY. DLF(' NMB9tI I 185tW. l'OTIE OF' THlE lfATE. Tlhe 'TI.it Ni. iS teIlii ,ld to .ive this illorning, in atvanice of all its :conterllpo raries. the otlicial tiigurs showing the \ute cast iy eactth of the four plitical parties thlat we.re in th, recent contest on all the state oticers. Tl'hes tigurtrs. witlh t li' ti jlcilon otf thi blankse ill thet petples' plarty and l I'rohition voite alil the retturns frim I| awstt Iounty. are li Inm. of stutl asi a oviti the strength of lthe ppleu's t, I ir. tilit;hiion parties. anti atise tlt lerilt I illn i p ,ci lti n the t.xtent to whicl the iIo ,th l"ritie w ,re atll' ct.t l theO li t liin t tr< t '| tie ll i] a i:- l ,11= . It Ii l I lT\ r i .ihanil , g ll i , ILL Itei III?' .\Ul -ltii I. ll't i, lt ; I t ll i r I . l. iii 1 i 'l'!i t it11 ' 'l f ithl r"1 :urt . ntin lllI. , 1 t:.:1 I it It i 'l i .;. . l ii i", ;- lh .'i, .. " t .,,,t f it , ,- p l" tl , tt- 'rinil .!1 , 1, 1,b . iittl ai ll ~ "+r ie h,' ,.,li...

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. — 2 December 1892

rii1iH WANTS OUR HELP. ,of 41 Ia IIhas til cIlrcc i tli to 11d111 cit It Nrand toeI 4e oIr Attenui *\ rr~icndtly aceggcccticcn icc uicceci I~g \c-tcwU parser which showi a IcOccaIll tetcucity anr Icrne Great I lls tinshe ,~I cc b~ucetnec turn of a sec'y stsil~rcchl nd. 'Ihe stsmplacint nioell wclestl s I t o \ cssrthis enuising int- . It j)uriug the caspital contest ii til, re I, it ai;lllpaigi one of the strongest argiu I.1 eats antl perhaps the only lgula nti :i nr.'d by the representtive f (;reat ,.,. a.l for the votes of I'ergauscsunsty w.ere. iprLcal and tributary hIleolitel, owing r othe position of our county. N\ (til, illui'stion hut this arguamssenlt haiso Mats crit That it did not have' greater 'f- 'fu let i. clearly the fault of thea cltizens f a'a at al Ills, thoughl tlhat ity neve1 r i Ivis t any possible show of getlting a phlts' it at t, rapital race. The people taf I,,l as taon in particular have ssme gri. ut,,." 1r'.,rrd against (;rIcut Falls ia lth . hI.. t I' that...

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. — 2 December 1892

THE NATION'S FINACES. '1'h [,llitll011els lto . Much Detailed Information Given as to the Condition of Banks. Various Recommendatiors Offered to Facilitate the Banking Busl ness of the Country. " ..lt . N \ . Fu .~' I , irth ll'. r:. re'or.'lt of .\ 1;. Ilephll: .u . !"i : l ( lt rol i" .urren, y. :o s.n that l,': iba:l.k:. \\ith ,azs ne r.'.ate, e'mplea l of l i ne.;_"., ..Hb, l w(,r,, r , a.ri/ .,t .uril:, the year. .-: w,'nt into c: t.t,,r li, u ilation. -itl i i I Le;:l' in -ert. avin. a tlnt. in'r,.n.e for the .,I, of : n: banks. Nearly int ,ter ent ,f t new -, anky r- lo:that.al west of the tis.-issippi river ant :I. pt"i iint in tri - ttthern states. iThe number of iauiks i ,i,, ration t fct. I. b', was :.7 . havit. ;i a a-iretfate capital of :..3'.;.1t7: surplus and un dlivided prutits. 8:3140,3 1.171; individual deposits..1.7t. . i.1'2.t4:3: bank deposits. The circtfiatin uutstndiin,. sh,,ws ,.t increase for the sear of .l, i,7.*'22 lthe gold held by banks. ;s compare kith ...

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. — 2 December 1892

THE COUNT IS COMPLEITEO itiirial ('NIvaIsl f Ithe Vtes(' 4st in This c('unty t tthe I:hetion e Hield Nov. M. The iteh'ublhienis Ifleet i JMahiorily of the ('ounity Ticket and Ilelp Ilift SWlle I('aIllidates. lieu. T. IE. C'ollins. Rleceives i Flltter ing Vntc and G(;l'reat Falls Made an Execellent Ithine. ( The ollicial board of canvutiers ,mo, pleted their labors yesterday and thilr, I is appended the official ligurei. 'IIh r, is little change from those fornerly pull lished. In some instances the vote was very close. In a county whiJh is stroH{, ly republican, lion. 1'. :. collis. thi democratic nominee for plrnollr, re ceived a majority over his republican "'p ponent of which he may well feel proud. The figures were obtained Iroin thi tables prepared by Clerk Crosby. of the ( canvassing board and should be ire.rved I for reference, as they are the uani of. flcial figures which have been Iuhlilhehl of the vote of Cascade eiunt% Presidential Electors Cooper. Walter. dea .. Is I l''...

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. — 2 December 1892

H1OPE FOR LizZIE IORiDEN. Tihe Present (iranll Jury EsItlenily Ile ilieve Her lnulteent. IonrN., Nov. 2S.-T'he grand jury which has been considering the Lcharge of murder against Lizzi Iheorten has so far as is absolutely kitwin. opts its oath aln di\ulged nontt of its rcee'tlings in that itiet illportanllt iintl iImetlorable tcase. Thel attoritey gileneiral ain tlistrict attorney, thoughih not ne.essarily oatht lo)undl are absolutely non e()llittal. Nevertheless. there are good reasons for the prevalent belief that no indictmient will be returned against Mliss Borden at the present session of the Bristol coun y court. This mauy mean that the unfor tunate young woman is to (be set at 11b erty on December 1. when the court is to come in, or that she is simply to ibe released from jail and regarded as a sus pect. It is pretty well assuredl that the government has inot been able tlio con tinee a majority or the jurors that j;-s tice requilres Miss ttorilen's alprpearancr' before a tria...

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