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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 28 July 1893

FINE WATON REPAIRINS, W. E. CAMIERIIUII "'""'"WEEKLY TRIBUNE. "°""° DIAMOND mIINTIHG. WATCrN. a , DIAOItDI, j AeWELRy ANVAIt URIWO hhTneRLINO IILWBRWARe, W. I. OCAMBERLAIN's I1 0 Central Ave VOLUME XIII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 29, 1893. NUMBER 15 SILIVER'S FRIENDS. They are Namnerous in Great Falls. As Shown by the Mass Meeting. ('onservative Resolntioau Passed, And Some Instructive Speechelt Made. F'ree silver Is not without friends in (ireat Falls. A large audience gathered at the opera house last night, and listened attenta tively to a number of speeches and pass ed resolutions to send to the free silver congress at Chicago. The meeting was called to order at about i9 o'clock by J. A. MacKnight in the name of the National Bi.Metallic league, and on motion of Mr. Biroenau he was elected temporary chairman and Mr. O. M. Holmes, secretary. Mr. MacKnight appointed the follow ing committee on resolutions ant organ ization: J. L. Harris, Ira Myers. It. S. Ford, J. E...

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. — 28 July 1893

TO THE RESCUE, ' llmptr, l l.r l lr ,,,;k a l, , on in I' iiitl il ,ei ,.iit. li la.ii. I icmn Stein Ilii,.. The oi'rillmenit IWill Ill) l Well C'on dutedl Illtnks That Are iNol. KnihErrassed. WasilINtlt'ro, July 'I. Jliames Eckles, comptroller of currency, numediately upon his return from New York today addressed to the National bank examiner at Denver a dispatch deliulng the policy of the administration to Warnm Springs banking houses as follows: "Frank Adams, National bank exaliner. I)en ver-I wslh you would announce to the officers of banks that have failed in DIen ver that it is mly intention to lend every aid possible looking toward the speedy resumption on their part and that I shall trant thelii ulliiient time to en able thin, nut only to ciollect such amounts as are s;pel(il) inveirtible. but to glit together sutch ii ..,iints of money is wil, .i ti- t tl i ( t, !,n up tin a small b,;,, i , It 11,trai" 1 0ili that such c'iti/t-l . (lFrU Irll.t i i I l;i"r filislis colurlr '...

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. — 28 July 1893

-kEST AND 0I0S FARTHEST 1 u ca uno th liment on the bottom of the cup. It'IOIIAll.l' A NCICI)E. VW, A. Ilulllnto Found head in an Alley Nnar thle lPoI~toflme. About 4:10 a. m. Thursday as Police man Johnson was making his rounds he came upon the dead body of W. A. Blunton lying in the alley between Cen tral avenue and First avenue south, and just north of the Collins and Lepley block. The body was partly undressed the coat, vest and one shoe having been removel and the sIIsllpelldrs lt down frol the shollulders. Johnson called Sltrgleant Shei ali with LDr. (lelthore, who wasl tlhen lils ing, they Imall(e (i eamliilntio n of the holly. It was founl ti1h t thlle odlll lay liii lI ly Ibe, tlh tll i h ilndow ll f hi s l llrl l till about six fle.et rl'ia the buildingll . (,l .r the right ee amli oi1 Ith righl tie pll unl a bruise., IsingilL the (,)e. likiuieh g hadiil taken plac hom the nosi-, mouthI and right ear. N , hn were broklllenil and tle skull wasi not frI.ItuI.red, ldeath havi...

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. — 28 July 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY JULY 1s. m15. THEY AlRE sQUilMINtO. Already the eastern wholesalers and manufacturers are feeling the evil ef. fects of the war upon silver to such an extaut that they are squirming like vic timsin a vise. says the Butte Miner. An instance in point is that of one of the largest machinery tirms in the United States. It had an order from a Montana mining company for machinery to the extent of $8,00i. 'I lhe order was countermanded. In acknowledging the receipt of the countermanding commu nication the eastern firm app.'aled to the Montana company to pay at least 50 cents on the dollar of the purchase, as they had already loot $lt(tNl.(i by reason of the decline in silver. This communicatiou is plain and ex plicit. It is neither guess work nor a visionary estimate. It is a tangible, ab solute proof of the great strain which the present degradation of silver has al ready placed upon the business men of the east. The Miner wishes no one harm --it is at least goo...

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. — 28 July 1893

IIN A GREAT PACKING HOUSE, A Sample of What We May Some time Have Near This City. Where Every Particle of a Pig is I'tilized Except ills Squeal. Since it is reported that there has been some correspondence between the Armour Packing company. of Kansas City, and the Great Falls Water-Power & Townsite company, readers of THE TmaiBna may listen to a few words about that great industry which has done so much for Kansas City. Meat packing goes right on though times are hard, for people must have the products all the time. With some very extensive enlarge ments during the past year, Armour now has at Kansas City the largest plant (not excepting Chicago's plant) for the slaughter, dressing, curing and shipping of meats and meat products. Beside Armour's there are seven or eight abba toirs of large capacity which do a busi ness of similar character, but of less ex tent at Kansas City. Armour's floor areas aggregate more than forty acres. The following items of, first, original cost of t...

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. — 28 July 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. IRIDAY. JULY IIS.18. THE GOLD BIOB ARE IN TERRI ILE STRAITS. Not content with all manner of dis tortion and misrepresentation in order to prejudice the people of the east against silver remonetization, the gold bugs have now enlisted the satirists in their war against the people. So long as the speculators have the product of the silver mines thrown on the market as a commodity it serves their purposes in the financial game of battledore and shuttlecock even better than wheat and the other products of the earth. They are accustomed to gam bling with everything, and while they make good margins on the backward' and forward movements of gold. there is no commodity on which their shar ings are so great as on silver lIullion. This consideration together with the greater one that gold becomes more vat uablbe in this country as silver is do lressell, makes theis, sinllers desperate, and while they are oJect'; g so serious ly to the lautniunage uo-,l by .ote oif the sil...

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. — 28 July 1893

FIRED THE MINT. How a Government Cashier at New Orleans Concealed a Daring Robbery. Treasury Agents Maw Through Ilis IAttle Trick, and Now lie's a Prisoner. WAsIlN-GTON, July 21.--The arrest in New Orleans today of M. Downing, cashier of the United Statee mint there is the result of an investigation conduct ed by,the treasury department, following a fire in the vault of the mint, discover ed on June 260. When the treasury de partment was informed that afire in the mint had destroyed nearly all of a pack age containing $25,000 in greenbacks, suspicion was at once aroused because the fire occurred within a few da.ys of the time for settling up annual accounts and at a time when the new administra tion was likely to make a change in the oflice of superintendent. Accordingly a secret service agent and an expert coun ter from the ollico of the United States treasury were sent to New Orleans to make an iuvestigation. They arrived on July 1 and snon, found evidence enough t, show that the ...

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. — 28 July 1893

GOY. STONE'S PLEA. Missouri's Chief Executive Proclaims the Truth and Talks Free Coinage of Silver. How the Tariff lnsue Has Been Hidden. by Deliberate Wall Street echenmes. KA.VsAs CITY, July :26.--Hundreds of democrats met at a picnic at a park near here under the auspices of the Aurora club, and listened to a red-.hot free sil ver, low tariff speech by (iov. W. J) Stone. In opening his speech the governor launched forth into a strong low tariff plea. He told why cotton and farm products were low, because England fixed the price. Then he lauded Cleve land's tariff message and told how the country had awakened in 18J0 to the fact that it had been wronged by mo nopolists and by 'lass legislation for years. lie then referred in glowing terms to the great tariff reform victory of last fall. In bitter words he spoke of the sudden change in the policy and issues of the country in four months and declared hotly: "Tariff reform has been lost in the shuffttle and the McKinley law is still ...

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. — 4 August 1893

DIAMO D amI maE MICE WA. E, DIAMOIEUI TW, . gBAMBeLREA|I ' I320 CeStral Ave VOLUME XIII. GREAT :FALLS, MONTANA. FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, 1893. NUMBER 59 . . . . .. .. . . - ... . . . . .. - - - . . . . . . . . .. BRIGHT FOR SILYER Ringing RIe.solutions Passed by the Great ('ogress of Bi-Metall iets alt Chicago. The Villilly of 1 731 Broulghlt liomel to the ntire ('ontry T'lhis 'rime. CIIII'A(I, Aug,. . -ISpeciul to thil TanuNE.I--The meetings of the lit Motalhc leas e were largely attended today and the utmost enthusiasm pro. vailed. Speeches were made by ex Senator I1ill of Colorado, J. R. Doolittle of Wisconsin, Congressman Newlands of Nevada. Gov. Waite of Colorado, Ig natius Donnelly, and others. The committee on resolutions made a long repoit, the preamble citing that bi metallism is as ancient as human his tory, for certainly more than O,0t0) years gold and silver come down through the ages, their relations having varied but little in all that time, and then almost invariably...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 4 August 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY AUGUST I. 1889. LET THE IAST CONIDE. II. It a tight is made by the gold men in c congress, aided by a British lobby, a bat- I tle of giants will be inaugurated at the extra session of cougrees, for certain it is that the silver maen are going in for war. There will be in the senate three men t who have hitherto beeoon uncompromis ing enemies of silver, and they can muster some support -how much re mains to be seen. These senators are H. Cabot Lodge, of Massachusetts, (leo. F. Hoar, and Sherman, of Ohio. These men will be supported by lIeoresenta tives Warner and Harter. and more of their ilk in the house. The arch enemy 1 of silver is Sherman and the others are his imps. But silver has at I.ast four powerful champions in the senate, in Senators Teller, Jones, Stewart and Wolcott, while it has the champion of champions in the house, Richard P. Bland, of Mis souri. Among the new southern mem bers there are going to be a good many I ardent silver men. and unl...

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 August 1893

A CANAL IN CRIMEA. THE AGE AND HISTORY OF A WORLD'S WONDER UNKNOWN. A Great Waterway WVhleh a Rlussla, Enlg. neer Thinks Was iltilt as a Means of I)e elnse In Ancient Tl'ins--A DIetalld Ac count of the wl.ondelrful NStructure. The great Russian engineer Meblni koff writes from Odcessa to the Smnith sonian instititution decribing the ruins of an ancient (anal discovered in the Crimea, which he regards as one of the wonders of the world. It is certainly 27 centuries old, and amnong similar ancient objects of historic interest is second only in age to the great pyramids. The hang ing gardens of Babylon and the (Cohssus of Rhodes are shrouded with no deeper mysteries than the existence of this great ditch, whose ruins can le traced for a long distance through the Crimean plain. Whether it was a waterway in the olden times and the pathway of ancient coom merce between the Black sea and the sea of Azov or a means of defense for the people living in its vicinity is a question which wise me...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 4 August 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY AUGUST 4.1898. OUR MID-SItMMRICI EDITION. From the World's fair comes ademand for a supply of copies of the great mid summer edition of Tuo TanniiNi. Mr. L. W. Curtis of this city has been ap pointed manager of the Montana mineral exhibit at the fair, and he writes to us to say that he can use a great many copies of the special edition in answer ing the questions of the thousands there who want information about this section of the c>untry. Mr. Curtis says that he now has no printed matter left relating to this city. The board of trade, therc fore, will send him a good supply of the special TrIBtNSE. IHere Is a quotation from Mr. Curtis' letter: "I am kept busy answering ques tions about Great Falis and other parts of the state. I do not encourage work ing men without money to go to our section, but those looking for homes and investments I give all the attention and information I can, and they want printed particulars. I think copies of your midsummer ...

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 August 1893

THE STATE'S MONEY. A salt Brought by the Attorney General Against the Merchants' National. Fred W. Wright, stat.' treasurer, has brought suit against H. P. Rolfe, Will Hanks, Wm. Ulm, S. N. Dickey, C. H. Austin, E. It. Clingan and John Sinclair on an express contract to recover $18, 000. Henri J. Hlaskell, attorney general, and Ella L. Knowles are plaintiff's at torneys. Plaintiff for cause of action alleges that he is and at all times mentioned in the complaint was the duly elected and qualified state treasurer of Montana and as such officer has control of the state money; that the defendants are and at all times mentioned have been directors and stockholders in the Merchants' Na. tional bank; that on March 7, 1803, at defendants' special instance and request, plaintiff deposited $20,000 in said bank, acting in his official capacity; that de fendants then gave a bond in the sum of $25,000, conditioned to the effect that the bank should hold and receive said money and pay the same o...

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 August 1893

FRIENDS AT COURT. Plain Talk at Waahington in Favor of IMr. Bland and Free Silver. The Peut Say. the Ilenoarn'tir ('oun Igr.cs Mlast l.uelize Free silver I oillage. Wasm.(NroON, July 27. The gold standard advocates continue to threaten and fume concerning the probability of the reappointment of Mr. Bland as chail man of the coinage committee, which seems to be their particular bugbear. The Boston Herald, democratic, in a labored protest against the chairman ship of the coinage committee being again conferred upon Mr. Bland con cludes as follows: "If the democratic leaders intend to redeem the pledges of sound action to which Mr. Cleveland's election bound them, then the Missouri champion of the white metal is the very last man who should be thought of for the headship of the coinage committee." The Washington Post, commenting on the Boston Herald's position. very sig niticantly says today. editorally, as fol fows: "We do not apprehend the Her ald's meaning when it refers to the pled...

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 August 1893

OUR JOLLY BOYS IN ARMY BLUE How ('ompany A, Great Falls' Noble (i.arl. I G(irowing and Thriving. The lHoys Are Looking Forward to the (Grand Encampment This Year. An organization of which every citi zen of Great Falls has good reason to be proud, but which is unknown to many, probably to a majority, is Great Falls' company of the Montana National Guard,company "A." In the spring of 1889, Andrew Jensen and others who had served in the guard i. their eastern homes determined to organize a company in the Cataract city and at once set to work. They went to Helena and made known to the com manding officer their intention. The proposition was received with the scorn usually bestowed by the jealous llel enaites upon all projects advanced by the citizens of the progressive little city by the falls, but were by no means die heartened when first told that, in the opinion of the officer, there were not enough men here, and, then, having agreed to rustle the men, that there were no outfits for ...

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 August 1893

THE HERO OF TODAY. ELEMENTS OF CHARACTER WHICH RAISE MAN TO THE FORE. A Man is often Judged by the Mea He Admires, as Is a Nation by the Kind of Men Sbe tlonure-Courage Is Not the Only Quality Requisite In a Hero. It is a truth which has not yet come to be fully realized that much of the char acter of an individual deliends upon his ideas of heroism. What ho admires and honors is a good test of what lie is, or rather what he longs to Ibe. an1 his heroes will always have it sirong attractive force, which will draw himn as far as pos sible into their splhre. In all tihe various types of the lhro one quality remains forever promillnent-c-olrage. The ca;n nibal who has distinguished I:imnilf by the number of his murldrs. the robber chieftain who had hell tholuandsat hay. the Indian with his belt adorned with scalps, the duelist who holds his life cheaper than his fancied honor, have nll in times past been regarded as heroes, and whatever estimate they now receive no one denies their cou...

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. — 10 August 1893

The Great Northern Review. 6;TPPLEMENTT' TO 'IIIE MWEEKLY TRIBUNE. GREAT FALLS, MO)NT., THIURSDAY ArUGUITST 10, 1893 ISMU'E: 20,)00 ('O)PIES The Great Northern Purely a Business Enter prise. All Records Broken in its Construction. The Greatest Wheat Road on the Planet. The Greatest Lumber Road on the Planet. Its ompiletln l o to e Coast It is the Shortest Transcon tinental Road. Will Extend the Trade o, Greai Falls Tliru u h, ut the Nortlihwe't, Andt its Clmmerce to China, Japan. Austtllia, the Islands iA the Pacilic. SIiICC fci'nlttiza Il lolllc;tis the t.'tliciitt~ ,adichtih cIIiiaty r oi, i [tt m ltlis tlc tchalrillcr i ,ily , . ti'sc ollstlcm atals ktnlll Iicsct h(Iligititestiltn .111 cilietu! t~,e ti\. Tllt ratlrul or irailatay is, . thing oif the nineteilienth centurl. o all the long cenlti'ries the ilast ,men wentlt aliout afoot, til thle back.s ofl animas, or in itle v'ehicles dtraggel alon, ove' iuneven a tiul llii lilLis or pathllcss aste s. In the far north the eintideer ...

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. — 10 August 1893

Magical Growth of Great Falls from Village to City. Possessing Every Resource of Greatness, Nothing Could Stop It. MILLIONS INVESTED IN MANUFACTORIES. A Water Power Greater Than Niagara. READ OF ITS WONDERS. This is a Plain and Simple Statement of Cold Facts Which Anyone Can Verify If in Doubt. I;KEAT F .l I -, IoN f'.AN.1, I'he following i, a reprint from a; care ';ll ,reprelared statement of the history, de\ elopment and resources of the city of destiny. first published by authority of the (;rat Falls board of trade: (,iE.\T F.IL.I. IIl () tlATI.. .\·-c·ed valuation, 188. SI.8.St,,ooo; I RL.Y 1 t0'llll . In thie \ea.r 18-2, the Ilon. Pari, G;ib -on. lor the tirst tinme. paid a isit toi the present SIte of ;rcat I' alls, now1 the lead ing cits of .Montana. Although he saw notling but ;ia tretch of prairie w ith the great 1h --outrl flowing do\ n on its course to the sea. he realized the Io,--ibilht of a large city. and tod.hs hii hlope,- are more than fulfilled. In It di Mr. (Gibi-...

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. — 10 August 1893

ROBERT a VAUGHN. Among the pioneers of Montana whose labors have helped to mould the material interests of the state none are more worthy of mention than the sub ject of this sketch. From the humblest beginning Mr. Vaughn has become rec ognized as one of Montana's most val ned and worthy citizens. Mr. Vaughn was born in Montgomery shire, Wales, January 5, 1837, and at twenty years of age came to the United States. He worked on a farm in Ohio for a time, after which he engaged in coal mining and farming in McLean county, Ill. In 1864 he came to Virginia City and mined in Alder gulch. In the fall of the same year he came to Last Chance (now Ilelena) and besides en= gaging in mining opened a meat market at Nelson gulch. fn 1869 he located the first ranch in Sun River district, and what was the tirst claim proved lip on in Choteau county. He helped to organize Choteau county and served with credit as one of the first county commissioners. Mr. Vaughn was one of the first breed ers of imp...

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. — 10 August 1893

Quen of Illio 1 l No Other City That Possesses Such Wonderful and Varied Resources. Greatest Water Power- Iron, Coal, lnerals, Farming. From Every Point of View (Great Falls i. I nique-It OIlfers Intold Advan. tantages to Cal,italists, Settlers and All Kinlds of Enterprise. City building is ore of the most nat ural and universal instincts of the hu man family. From the earliest history of the race a disposition has always been shown by men to band themselves into communities, first for protection from natural enemies, and, later on, for the purpose of close communication and in tercourse with their fellows. This naturally developed into conditions which have in more recent generations led to general commercial exchange and to the building of the great commercial centers of modern times. If it is to be conceded that the earliest inhabitants of Europe were the lake dwellers, the faculty for association will be found even in this primative race, and also the other leading propensity wh...

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