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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 13 November 1896

fore, under some rule or system, these ball tossers have been as much chattels and subject to barter and sale as was the negro in slavery days. For this they must have been themselves to blame, for they entered into a sort of voluntary servitude and put themselves up to the highest bidder. Outside of the club and the petitioner in this case but few peo ple will care what the outcome may be; but it does seem strange that the United States courts should be invoked to settle such differences. CANTING HYPOCRITES. According to the Times-herald there wan a meeting of the Methodist minis ters of Chicago last Monday and, follow ing the suggestion of one Henry Green baum, the ministers agreed to take as a subject for their Thanksgiving day ser mons, "Corruption in Politice." They further decided to request the preachers of their denomination all over the coun try to use the eame subject. If these gentlemen of the cloth would honestly discuse the subject and strike the blow just where it belo...

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. — 13 November 1896

IS THIS A BLUFF? Attorney General Harmon, Before the Supreme Court, Alleged to Be Fighting THE BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY If He Be in Earnest, One Great Mo nopoly Will Be Effectually Destroyed. WASmINGToN, Nov. 9.-The case of the United States against the American Bell Telephone company was argued in the United States supreme court today. In some respects the case is regarded as the most important before the court, as it invo. es the validity of the Berliner patents owned by the Bell company. Attorney General Harmon, Solicitor General Conrad land a number of a tor neys representing special interests ap pear in connection with the suit of the United States, while the Bell company has a heavy array of counsel, including James D. Story, Joseph Choate and Frederick P. Fish. The Standard Tele phone company is represented by Gen. James McNaught and Myron F. Hill, who have filed a brief on two points in behalf of the government. It is said a decision in favor of the government would tend to op...

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. — 13 November 1896

APTMN OUCV 1 RESIGNED n an Interview lie Aiitififs That He Has As ce4 ea.1 q . Iee * lieved. Ilch Doubt That the Resignation Will JRes Accepted-His Prob. able Successor. For several weekse there have been sdb. tantial ruajors that Capt. 'Thomas ouch, niadaaer of the *estern proper. ice of the Bioton and Montana Mining o., had tbsdered to the directors of the mpany hid resignation. Captain Couch ould neither kilrm nor deny the rum re until a day or two ago. The Bette Miner says: 'I have sent in my resignation as anager of the western properties of the oston and ;tiontana Mining company, id Capt. Thoipas Couch I riday night convereation with the Miner. q leave ,morrow for California to look over the roperties of - the company in Mariposa ounty where the IMerced mine is situ ted. t expect to hear from the board if directors while I am in California, and sill probably go on down into Mexico ted back into 4rizona before I return.' "Regarding the cause for his resigna ion Capt. loouch wou...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 13 November 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report IV Powder ABSOLUTEL PURE CAUSE UNKNOWN Serious Accident on the Union Pa cific Road, Near Jnlesburg, Nebraska. LUCKILY NO ONE WAS KILLED Pullman Cars Shared the General Fate and Were Derailed and Upset. CHEYENNE, Wyo.. Nov. 11.-A serious accident occurred on the Union Pacifec main line this morning about 30 miles east of Julesburg, in Nebraska. Evi dence is conflicting as to the cause of the accident, some stating it was due to broken rails, and others to spreading rails. Five care left the track, includ ing two Pacific coast tourist sleepers, one chair car and two Pullmans. The tourist care stand on end against each other, one on one side of the track and the other on the other side, making an "A" across the track. The first Pullman took fire, but it was soon extinguished. No one was killed, and those most ser iously injured are: Conductor L. D. Pierce of North Platte, Nebraska, face, elbow and right hip badly cut and brui...

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. — 20 November 1896

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 20, 1896. NUMBER 45 LEADED_ GUILTY as C. Hull, the Minister of St. Paul, Wrote an Incriminating Letter, 0 IS IN THE PENITENTIARY ational Close of a Sensational Minister's Extremely Shady Career. T. PAUL, Nov. 19.-The case against v. Jae. C. Hull, accused of attempted e poisoning, came to a sudden and sational end in the district court this ernoon. Hull had been on the wit es stand since yesterday afternoon, d entered a categorical denial to all e state's evidence in regard to the ad nistering of arsenic mixed with the dicine his wife was taking. I'hen the state sprung a surprise in ) shape of a letter which Hull had itten while in Portland, Ore., last bruary to Rev. I. L. Spencer, an inti its friend, who was then in Fernando, 1. In this letter Hull stated that his re was very sick; that she was suffer from cancer and that he expected to called home any time, and that he )ught she could not live through t...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 20 November 1896

ST1 VITUS' DANCE A Nervous Disease Characterized by Involuntary and Pur poseless Spasms. It Occurs Most often in Girls; is Often Hereditary, but Articular Rheumatism and Scarlet Fever Predispose to it. From the Chronicle, Chicago, I12. 'Notwithstanding the poor are always wit[ ua, Thanksgiving is none the less a day o: tqjoloing. Many charities have been dis pensed and through numerous instrument ilities the necessities and suftirings of many a worthy person have been relieved. Absent members of households reunite at the old homestead and gathered around the festal board recount the incidents that have taken place and the various blessings that have been vouchsafedthem,sincethey assembled at thelast annual meeting by the same fireside, It isatimeformemory andforjoy. Amloone the countless families of Chicago there is perhaps, not one to-day that feels a deeper mense of gratitude to the Giver of all good and perfect gifts than Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Collier, of 4004 Armour Avenue. Mr. Co...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 20 November 1896

COURT'S DECREE Removing All Railroad Property Belonglg to the Northern Pacific Company FROM THE RECEIVERS' HANDS Some Lands, Whose Value Is Small, Not Included in the Court's Order. MILWAUBEEr, Nov. 17.--The receiver ship proceedings of the Northern Pacitlc Railroad company, so far as the railroad itself is concerned, came to an end in the United States court this morning. Judge Jenkins discharged Frank C. Iligelow and Edwin Mcllenry se receiv ers in the consolidated at-tion, and they and their sureties are released from all liabilities on their bonds. The order of the court, however, does not terminate the receivership against the company or the oflices of Iligolow and Melloery as receivers, there being nothing that in any way affects the receivership and up pointments of the receivers under sup. plemental bills of the committee's coen plaint, filed last May. The discharge of the bond, however, leaves the receiv ere without bond, and they art required by the court to furnish a tond...

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. — 20 November 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. 0UILY. moutyerh10 One year.6.....1.10 Bin mmthonths ......... 4.7500 8i Tre mons otths... ... L00 One mot . 1Tremnh .70 Uy.nlesasid in advance the daily williInvert abyb 6cnsper month. and the weekly $1 per ear $s for six months and 20 cents per month br i than six months. 4ýdvertisingf rates fnrnlshed~on .?vlieation. Las Tarcura leaves all compattr a e hind in circulation. Advertiaers may have ac S fubscritsibers idesiring their address changed meat 0 eadtei former addrees s- well as the awadesthis ahoId be remembered. THE TRIBUNE. Great Falls. Mont. FRIDAY, NOV. 20, 1896. The wave of prosperity has struck in the vicinity of St. Paul and that city ii riding on its crest. In the Globe of Nov. 12 there is published a list of de" linquent taxpayers which occupies 21 columns. This is good for the Globe, but bad for "prosperity" and worse fox the taxpayers. One of the post-humors of the cam paign is the alleged declaration by Cleve land that...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 20 November 1896

e silver men will be dptermined by cures of the silver men of all parties. lew of the fact that the cause of etailism is not a political question, one which has received earnest, pa tio and effective support from the ks of all parties, it would seem to be part of wisdom that upon that ques all oaouuses called ehould be non tioal." t will be observed that the gentle is very non-committal as to the bable outcome. Naturally, he had uthority to speak for the other silver , but he cautiously retrained from ng what course he will pursue in the ter. It now seems apparent that e is a general disposition to pame e style of revenue bill and thus w the responsibility upon Mr. veland. What he will do about it ne can foretell, but, as Mr. Hartman te out, if he should feel in a recipro humor he should sign the bill in re n for the indorsement of his financial cy as shown in the election of Mc ley. It is a somewhat mixed combi ion of affairs, and it looks as though veland had the worst end of the ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 20 November 1896

R1GHT AND LEFT Pugilistic Encounter Between Choynski and Maher in New York City. THE IRISHMAN WAS WINNER At the End of the Sixth Round His Antagonist Was Completely Done 1'p. NxW Yo'a, Nov. It; -The Broadway Athletic club played another trump card tonight when its manager announced a 20-rou d go at catch weighta between Peter Maher, the Irish heavyweight boxer, and Joe Choyneki, the Califor nian. There were only two bouts on the program, but, although the prices of ad. mis i r were $3 and t3, the ticket ofice was let ilged with a continuous string of boxing enthusiasts, and when the fights began every seat had been sold. In the first heat Patsy Haley of liuffalo, N. Y., and young Siero of Providence, R. 1., were attagonists at 11:i pounds. The police stopped the tight in the seventh roune wad Haley was awarded the tight. 11 had made it one.riled almost from the start and had severely punished Siero. After a burlesque hrxing bout between Paddy Mt;uigan of Newark and Johnny Banks colo...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 20 November 1896

RUMBHIN6 OF THE RHI[ Big Increase in the V oluns of Trnflic on the Montaun C~en ttal This Y.ur. Surveying Party it IoViik Nenr Portage-Rumoredl Change of Time Coming. n Saturday's Daily. bere is no evidence of dull times to liecovered along the line of the Mon. Central railroad, In fact, if gen traffile along the line of the road is criterion of the general prosperity of country through which it passes, section must have been making strides in the right diic tion for s than a year past. During that od there has been a steady and large ease in every department of railroad lc. A TInu'Na reporter yesterday 2i11 from one of the ofliciale at head tern that the force employed in the 1 enrvice department was increased it 40 per cent since a year ago at time, while the volume of businees lied had increased nearly 100 per f courso, a large amount of this in sees i in business between Butte and conda, and Bolt and Great Fallsl coal mines at Belt last month gave output which broke the record b...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 20 November 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S Gov't Report Aow der AsPUBrs.Wen HE IS IN PARL But Henry Watterson Presumes Speak Intelligently of the Recent Election AND TO ADVISE DEMOCRAT That They Should Pray and Fat on Jackson's Day-About Goldoerats. PAIus, Nov. 1I.-Hon. Henry Watter son has remained in this city since tb election. His views upon the result a the national campaign, just closed, hav been furnished in the following inter view: "The election of McKinley," saiC Watterson today, "is but the beginninj of the end of the struggle, one way anc another, that has been going on in thi United States for 20 years. It began it tbe west and south with a demand for fiat money. No sooner was the green. back party disposed of than the free sil ver party took its place. Other ques. tions being at the front and few of our public men being expert in coinage, free silver was able to commit to the now monetary delusion many men who, ex" cept for their ignorance of thie particu lar quest...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 27 November 1896

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 27, 1896. NUMBER 46 IN LAST CHANCE Mortgagees Want a Receiver for the Helena Consolidated Water Company. THEY APPLY TO THE COURT Federal Grand Jury Is Investigating the Atlairs of the First National. Bpo(ial to The Tribune. 11tEiRNA, Nov. 25.- William Wallace, .r., and W. A. Underwood, a New York attorney, today tiled a bill of c:omplaint in the United States curt, in behalf ,o Junius Morgan and A. C. Vaughn of the Iloeton Safe Doposit and Surety t(o., tio foreclose a mortgage on the Helena (!tn solidated Water Co.'s plant. 'The cone plaint recite that the plaintitff are the holders of 300 of the company' 1,000 bonds, 240 of which have boen nwgu tiated; that said bonds are seclreil by mortgage on the compauy'e plant; that interest upon saidl bonds was not paid when due in July last, and that thecomi pany has not paid into the eilking fund the regular installments as for agree ment. The court is asked to ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 27 November 1896

FISH-IKEE SLL Associated Press Has Convinced Itself That the Managers of Mon tana Mines WILL REDUCE MINERS' WAGES It Is Stated "Upon Good Authority" That Such Action Will Be Taken. LEan\'I.Lre, Nov. 20.-The most im portant move yet made by the striking miners is today announced on what is considered relihable authority, A state ment that the governor had decided to take summary nmeasure, to euppree: fur ther violence lihere ani ti ricg the strike to an erd has, k i is Fail, cu-ed the of ficers of the ut:ion, nith 11 : backi:g of the \estern IFei, ration or M ir-ro, to de cide to pity i trtmp earl wlhiii thiLy think, ni'i :o: ce the nice manm.ers to come to t'cir to: i. under pressure from manacgre of mii::e in other districts of the ti.to. The union hia cent etrPissarics to all other unions in th-, state urgirg them to inaugurate t: sympathetic strike. thus tying up all uni:es in the state. Cripple Creek ard Tel'.uride are to take the initiative and otter unions are to follow rapidl...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 27 November 1896

BRYAN ON DEPCK Denver Turns Out En Masse to Greet and Welcome Silver's Champion. ONE CONTINUOUS OVATION Throngs Stop the Carriage and Com pel the Ex-Candidate to Make Speeches. Dl.:ver.:, Nov. 21.-W. J. Bryan ar rised at 7:15 this morninrc and wan met at the depot Iby a canomittee. -Evefn at that aurly houe, -rr.-lr tholuand people were aseembhld al,,ut ti, eirnr deprt, who swung h hcil rit a.nd cheored lustily. li)yan i;ar lhiven at once to the residence of C. . InThomas, where he lreakfaeted ard remainle until 0i a. i., when he went to the lhwvnri Ial," hotel to attend a reception given in his hornor by the women of ],ton r. A remarkable ovation wan given lIryan this afternoon when he wr-: driven through the dtown-town ,treetb in roar pany with Senator Teller. (tongresenman Towne and other prominent .hampious of free silver. 'l'o throng weas I Im ose that Biryan's carriicag had It be 0-t ,.ppli every twio or thrre bloclks, atil he meil atout a dnzren chort t;p".,chee, arud wae wil...

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. — 27 November 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBCCHIPTION RATES. DAIL. WI[KLY. One nosr.... .. .. 7,(h On, ysar.......... $1,0 Six oluth ........ 1.01 Olix mos Lths....... .(X) One i.oath ........ .t I '. lTr*t, a 5tlth ...... 75 Unlaie." i i.t ill ',IVatI'* the d|uly will In aTI ably b., 7.5 ,,,,, O.lr rm, Ith, manl the weok}l $*2 per yea.r, il tIr ix mnulon ,nn 2Unenta per month fr lose tus, tit. nnths. Ainvrt,,I r,, ue... rsr-.r-ot ,u , mi f Jt~lullt.tli,.n Timu fi' t , N;: 1,'. . l,' . , t -.l t .e bhiu in ra.r l',t, . A. v, rti r m, y iave ie. ose - t it, k,. Ik ii, fit r+l ii:t,,, , e. t -r ri,,un t . i"-t't t h r alires t.ir ma n muast u.-t t-. "r f-,rm r viIr,- ' s wai ll as the new odr,-u-, ,, , " ,. , r "",t:. .,r; , . Till: vI'ii ut :. , e.ut Ft,!.. 'lnt. The plOtp,. of lutt. wcill have genuo ine cau.te' for Th nankgivingt. At last a Silver lt us Jurn has tnviuted a our derer. WV oile th-e nu.used was sen tenced to i a lot:t imlrisunment in stead of to, th .o vctThdd, the fact that he was found gu...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 27 November 1896

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 27 November 1896

DICI'ATOR HANNA lHas 31l.ule U'p Ilis 3Mind to AppJar in anil Ihonorabtle Illicial Position. THE SENATE OC THE CABINET John t',lrnian Will ý.1 in Wihi,.Ih I',.,ition 3Mar'k WVii inter Public life. I , i i i ti, . N . .\ ,ion o fri-en of I"': drant IInurit today explai.ned J-r - .i:,it cir.u rn- t, on,"- ho would ac t ! i. in thi. caLint.. !l I.:i,. 1: t-,w !, "v,%il , th r .I t into t V, r . wi;l V the next epub -: rtates ecnator from ()hie. iiT ::. urre 'unla b.I dvcided by Sen :ittor ,iherrnu. iothlt the chiairman an t'iiley unt rstandt tlout,andt they jr w ..n. to learn , hat position Sher .a . : ke. N1 ,,!,;,i,;- wants llanna , . l.ut the treti.ury portfolio, but L r :. .t it tiher as itrations. lHi be ii ,, t -to. l ,e a gegat-r honor t~ te -. , .t. : Irome (o io. ;it.t Senator Sher r..a - .,-s ii tih- we' of that. Mc . r" . ..i, , r ,:h-rtuo. th p i-Wition t , .,ryi of the trotsry. Should S"i .,n ,ocil to tin. , one (f 'resi .t :t . cly. ' advns rs, thus vascting S 'a the onat...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 27 November 1896

OLLI SPEAKS erno lie Sends a Message to Friend, Archbishop John S. Ireland. ATULATES THE PRELATE tg' Ilis Priestly Inlinence to ecullle the Election of McKinley. t ., Nov. 21.--I nder dati of SCardinal Satolli hast writ g1, tt'r i r Arc hi.oip Il re nlmt, dIrr hil own signature It rlllun th " l Ipot! which i h ie tm ' to , father on tlh, allairn- of tflit i ". hurch. 1Th" i, ar.lbiah".1 i: ,, " ,ta "of tih iiti- s'. l iii a l i, - i tl' H riport uphtl .l! i, h . II . T l, pith l lrt , i ii pul , for, tihe u igth ' meIdium iof the .\iniuI us aii:! of t e in lt i n (..t - nhl"a'il .i ' ltt:r which rf, .r.: I It ( int f llowi: wu in ]oltmi or. Nstutlrdy, I 't hte ,ihv following, SunI ,t , I had nit lh'e.sure of tying i iihHd tttil ditieri with the hldy fathi,., in . ;are dih us duii l rn th I ih h itt on', to tIll .iui it n t fail to ;piak it lt gth to fd tiher of yourself, 11 t, vui i,,tetd to the holy fnt iii t. Sof the holy father 1 li f t u ni t i 'al l lr'nt ii .", tlit in i ll th...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 27 November 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Repot AB Powder ABSOIUTELY PURE NE'WS OF THE EE Saturday, iNov. 21. John I'. Athey came in from Arming ton ytstirday. Thomas Clary,'sheritt-elect of Choteau county. is in Great Falls. HBrn, Tro Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cawr of the V.'est iie, a daughter. thr.2irnij. I umney, a well-known stock. 'nan of C .soade, is in the city. Ja.l 11. (Gilitt, the rancher of \Vil low cit s, 'aio in yesterday evening. Clsr, \C. Gray, the sheepman of Bel>e vcl , arrived yesterday morning. Dr. J. 11. Williard of Lewistown ar rived y«sterday morning from the east. Jose, h Bickstt, the blacksmith of Cascaue., came down yesterday morning. Mrs. C. L. Goodell, wife of a promi fent titizen of Utica, is in Great Falls. Mark MlcElistrum, the liquor sales man of Chicago, arrived yesterday morn :ng. John I. Waite of Lewistown, sheriff of Fergus county, is in Great Falls on businces. J. Lt. S:artof Helena, traveling agent of ti.e Greot Northern Express com pan...

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