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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 11 August 1893

FINE WAT"CH AlIN", WWEEPCHAIERIIN JIWRLRY MANUFACURINTG WATCHBER : i DIAMONDS. AP NTERLINO UIIWRRWItAR AT RICH JEWELRY. ~..~. ABLARCE 0 oCenatral Ave VOLUME XIII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY M[ORNING, AUGUST 11, 1893. NUMBER 65 NO MESSAGE YET. i'ongress Convenes For the Extra Sea' aion But Transacts Very Little Rosiness Yesterlda:y. )rganXiationl (onsuIniPe the Time, and the Prenldent's Message is De nayed Until Todlay. .nacitiriii. Aug,. 7. - ISpecitalto T'nr. Ianas:.I --The house and senate met t noon in compliance with irecident leveland's call for an extra session, but wing to some delay the president's mee go was not sent in. The afternoon as spent in drawing seate, and nothing n the way of Iusiiness was done. It is robable that the house will not accom lish much (luring the first week owing o the non-existence of committees. In the senate--A orivileged motion ending is IIoar's touching Senator 'oach's character, with (lorman's aub titute; and still another is Chandler's esolu...

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 August 1893

r HIGHLY ZIj HM9 AND avnawavan -316T AND 0036 FARTHEST) The Exquiiite Natural Flavor Is Fully Developed. No Vanilla Used to Cover Interlority and Imperfecton. THINK IT ALL OVIER. As we understand it there is no con flict between the property-owners and the rentpayers of this city. There is simply a momentary stagnation of busi ness which has been brought about by the national panic and not by any fault peculiar to Montana or Great Falls. Indeed, if this city could have been isolated from the rest of the country in such a manner that nothing could have been heard here of what was happening outside, everything would have been as tlourishing and prosperous here today as before the wird "panic" was heard to the land. But. putting aslue "ifs" and "andse" and looking the situation squarely in the face, what do we tind: Look about you. .\ iagritilcnt region scarcely touched by the Ih nd of manu, embracing hun dreds of thousands of acres, lioe all about you. In its center, with two splendid...

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 August 1893

ROWNED AT THE GREAT FALLS Ity Treasurer Elliott Loses Ills Ifle V*hilte Bathuing IBelowl the Mighlty Catarac~ct. 'it inI I IC Iý'ttAI Miii e ithan Ten .Miniiites-('Iiughit ini thlie I'niiertoi'. A party of friends started out early turday morning to spend the day at e Great Falls ond in fishing a hittle war down the stream. The party was mposed of Mrs. F. R. Gates, Miss Eva bhrabacher, City Treasurer P. J. El tt, C. A. lRohrabacher and his son fus. They crossed the Fifteenth at bridge anti approached tboe at etive region under the great 100 foot I from the north side. It was their ntlon to linger for a while before a gorgeous natural spectacle, and then eed down the river about four miles are the rest of the day was to be d fishing. Mr. Elliott was the life of the party ring the morning, and it was shortly fore 9 o'clock when the falls were ched. Several loge and ties were uuni on the shore, and Messrs. Elliott d Rohrabacher. senior, used them to netruet a raft. With this craft they...

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 August 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, YRIDAY AUOUST I1. 1898. TIHE SPECIAL TIIIIsUNE. In presenting our special issue of THE TIUoUNE today we make no boasts and no apologies, the issue speaks for itself. It is a clean cut statement of incontrovertible facts, and it carries to each person whom it may reach, a sincere exposition of the advantages and opportunities possessed by this region. We have purposely made the supple ment compact so that it can be sent everywhere at a small expense. In send ing it to friends it should be put into an envelope with the tiap tucked in, and mailed with a one cent stamp. Papers in wrappers. especially when sent to busy people, are too liable to be thrown aside unread, often unopened. We believe that Great Falls will be proud of this showing of her resources, and that she will congratulate herself that this work was done when many were disposed to sit still and do nothing. NOitTI liINT.N..A A METH4-)DI-T M118 Tin meeting of this body just closed here was one of great h...

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 August 1893

DISCORD IN THE CITY COUNCIL A Fixght on lihe Mayor to lliininstate the vuepemded ('City Em ployes. ('ity $.a is i Who Seemi to Have I.ueir Notionsl o Their Diuty to the Pity. At loist 1(K) persons were in attend ance at the regular meeting of the city council last night and greatly enjoyed thie comedy. All the members were present except Joscelyn, who is out of the city. The mayor appointed a committee to draft resrlutions of respect to the memory of the ilte city treasurer, P. .1. llliott, and tile commn ittee rrporte t re'o lutions which wern adopted. The question of the suspension of some of the city ollicers was cautiously referred to and awakened great interest and it was evident that this snubje't was the attraction. Iandall Faid that tihe votes of a majority of the entirl ci .unil were necessary to suspendl all olicer. but the mayor said that rul dlid nit apply to holid-over·. 'l'The ttitttr was tlihn laid by and the council ordt Ind Coo tractor Vogjl to properly repair tie (...

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 August 1893

STREAM OF GOLD It Comes Toward Our Shores and Tuil bles Into the Treasury Very Soon. The Treasury Is DIoiog All It Can ti Irelieve Fillianicial I'Iessuire l:veryt lhere. W.csusuiruosx, Aug. 3.-- Iur the tire time since April 20 last, when the golk reserve fell below the $1011.000,000 mark the reserve has been made Intact. The gold in the treasury today amounts tc $100,791,370, or $791,370 free gold. This gold came from Europe, Mexico, and the West Indies, much of it being gold sent out from the United States during the late spring and early summer months, Information in treasury circles indicates that 810,000,000 in gold is now on the way from Europe to the United States, and most of this, it is expected, will find its way, as usual, into the treasury. While the gold reserve is intact and the free gold increasing at the treasury the net balance is declining, the stated amount today being 817,251,000. Re ceipts for the last few days have been disappointing, business troubles through....

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 August 1893

TO TEST THE 1BOYCOTT. A Suit For $25,000 Dlamages BIrnKhl Yesterday by Andrew Jensen. Andrew Jensen yesterday instituted suit against J. l'. IReynolds, Aaron James, C. C. Remington, C. Posnanski, John Tytherleigh, J. John, G. 13. Finch, E. E. Wegner, J. E. Houston, E. Young, Wm. Glasscock, the Trades and Labor Coun cil of Great Falls, and the Retail Clerks' National Protective Association of Amer ILa, No. 57. The complaint is very voluminous and alleges the foll,wing facts: That plain tiff is and for many years past has been the proprietor of a store always known as the "Boston" and has been engaged in the business of buying and selling at re tail such wares, goods and merchandise as clothing. boots, shoes, hats, caps and men's furnishing goods; that plaintiff always has dealt and still deial honestly and fairly with his customers. c lerks, servants, agents, employees, neighbors, fellow-citizens and competitors; that plaintiff has built up a god tratde, and especially among the labo...

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 August 1893

HOBBS AND HIS FLAG. AN EPISODE OF WAR DAYS IN THE HARBOR OF HONG-KONG. An Impatient Yankee Skipper Who Bad Confidence In lis Ship and Who Dared the Alabama-Flying Two Flags In Me4. tral Waters-Iow the Eacape Wa. Made. "During the greater part of the war," said the retired skipper, "there were a large number of American clippersstall ed in Hong-Kong harbor, having orders to remain there from tLeir owners, who feared the Alabama. This arrangement did not at all ,lease the captains and officers, as many of us were anxious to go home and ship in the navy. but orders were orders. We could not leave tile ships, and the freqnuent visits of the Ala bama herself to tlhe arbor, forcing her self 'into our midst,' as the saving goes, were very vivid ren:unders that neutral waters were a pretty good sort of an iin vention. "Although we Ipased the long wecrks and iionthls as plaistitly is we could, with all kinds of arrangements for kill ing time, both on Lhilphlart and on shore, there was of 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. — 18 August 1893

NE WATCH REPAIRIII, W. E. CNAYIEAIUS ZAKOND mmruxo. U U ~ E E IK~D At.•WrtII OIsIC1 JBW3DLUT. W. U. T RIAU N E.BUeAI SO aeatirl A.. VOLUME XIII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1893. NUMBER 71 .. . . . . . . . .. . . .. . . . . J , . . .. . .. . . .. LL WANT TO TALK. ow the Days of Debate Will Be Con sumed by Ambitious Orators. liver Men Confident that the Good Cause Is Sailing on to Victory. WAesmxoToa, Aug. 14.-Congress has tied down to debate with a degree of pedition almost unknown in its history d with the apparent determination to something. Fortunately for the ma rity in the senate, the action of the ouse on the silver question has relieved em from the necessity of speedy and rhape ill-advised legislation. The emocratie caucus committee charged th the preparation of a plan that ould secure the adherence of the nited majority, will therefore commence to labors with more deliberation ban would otherwise have been posei le, and it is not expected now that hey wi...

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 August 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY AUOUT s. 189is. UlTTER NONSENSE. Possibly it the undertaking we have in hand were the maintenance of a specitic known quantity of silver at a parity with gold, our ability to do so might be esti mated and gauged, and, perhaps, in view of our unparalleled growth and resour ces, might be favorably passed upon. But when our avowed endeavor is to maintain such a parity in regard to an amount of silver increasing at the rate of $50,000,000 yearly, with no fixed ter mination to such increase, it can hardly be said that a problem is presented whose solution Ia free from doubt. President's Message. Such an utterance in an age of "gen eral enlightenment," as we call the pres ent, is well nigh incomprehensible. It means nothing, and is calculated only to deceive the ignorant and mislead the in quiring. Even it 50.000,000 ounces of silver were offered to the government and coined each year in excess of that used in the arts, and all the gold obtainable were coined wi...

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 August 1893

ture department is the fact that we I-~' us they are out of the factory. This COOL AN COMFORTABLE. i .... Rlefrigerators ALL SIZES i LOWEST PRICES i m. Albrecht, The Liberal House Furnisher Or, C. J. B. STEPHENS, DENTIST. IIN-THE IIOL.EN TOOTII. Graduate of the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor in 1887. Dentistry and pleasing my pa tients a specialty. Parlors -- Vaughn building Rooms 15. IG, 26, Great Falls, Mont. WOOLORIDGE HOUSE ('olli~t-elll¥y Block, over Poatedlve EUROPEAN PLAN MIl. C. M. WVOOLDIOInx, - Msnoerea. The following redntion, in prices bavw heIn made: Outside Front Rooms, per week, - $3.00 Inside Rooms, well lighted, 2.50 Transient Guests, outside room per nt,, 50c Transient Guests, Inside room per nt., 35c Those desiring clean, oll,,nortnlae .ml ro or, invited to rall and lnaleat at any tim,,. Evr). thing kept in hrat.claoa style. Offirce Bo,,m i, t'ollin.-el-le) ielock. Over I'oetolcr. KGOI1TBYRICK TRICK IN THE ASSAY OFFICE THE PEOPLE HAD LOADS OF FUN. An aters.tl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 18 August 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VRIIDAY AU(U~T 18.185. UNDIER WHICH FLA(I? In his sermon Sunday evening the Rev. Dr.Wasson of the Episcopal church contrasted in a striking way the -reeds of Christianity and infidelity. For the former he took the most generally ac cepted doctrines, such as the father hood of God and the brotherhood of man and the universal Christian decla ration of belief in the Father, Son and Holy Ghost. For the creed of infidelity he took that laid down in the classic funeral sermon of Robert G. Ingersoll, which consists of two parts, the declaration, "I am the sole proprietor of myself," and the de spairing conclusion that "every human life ends in a wreck." Dr. Wasson'sexamination and analysis of Ingersoll's first proposition or decla ration was most masterly. "At what point in his existence," asked the divine, "does man become the 'sole proprietor" of himself, and fron whom does he obtain his title? Is it in his infancy? Surely not, for in that period of his existence he i...

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. — 18 August 1893

DEATH OF DR. NEWIAN. After a Lingering Illness He Went to the Better World on Sunday. Dr. J. B. Newman, the well-known physician, died at his home in this city bout noon on Sunday. He was taken ck several months ago with a peculiar tomach trouble that baffled the skill of hbysiians, and although he often rallied t was only to suffer relapses and his eath was not unexpected. He himself opt up hope when his family and phy. clans despaired, but the weak body uld not do as the mind willed and unday the sad news came that he was d. J. B. Newman, M. D., was born in ange county, Virgini, Feb. 2 1847. ssed his boyhood there and com eted the course of the public schools, r which he graduated from the Uni ty of Virginia and also from the w York Polycliic. In 1873 he went Richmond, Va., where he practiced yearsM , was then appolnted surgeon the United Statee army and ordered Fort Shaw, Montana, where he ar in April, 1876. After remaining Fort Shaw five years he was trans. to Fort Logan. He occ...

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 August 1893

THE FIGHT IS ON. Wilson of West Virginia and Bland Start the Ball Rolling in Dead Earnest. Bland Reviews the History of RIecent Financial Legislations lie Fa vors a Itatittof lit to I. \V.oAHuTNro.,Aug. 11.-[Ipecial toTut: TRatncr..]-On the assembling of the house immediately after the reading of the journal Wilson (democrat of West Virginia introduced a repeal bill and Bland offered the agreement made this morning governing debate. It limits the speaking to fourteen days from 11 o'clock until 5, with night session for debate only if desired. Bland also pre sented a bill with a free coinage clause and demanded the previous question. But it was antagonized by republicans under the leadership of Cannon, who wanted to debate the question. Finally a vote was taken- yeas 217. nays 100. So the previous question was ordered. republicans generally voting with the I democrats in support of the motion. 'The resolution was then adopted. Raynor idemocrat of 'Maryland began the debate in support...

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 August 1893

THE SINGLE TAX. r. Itobralacher Expounds the Great Henry George Doctrine of *'Unearned Increment." e Is Iistened to with Interest by a uGood-ised and Intel. ligent Audlence. An informal talk on the single-tax eery was made by C. A. Rohrabacher t the court house last evening. The eeting was advertised but little and et there were a good many persons K resent w.o seemed to take a decided terest in the subject. The speaker id that the single tax Is a great moral nciple, which should not be called a at all. If put into force gradually doing away with all taxes on the ducts of labor and raising all needed venues from the unearned increment lands it need not disturb or trouble y community, and once in force would r.duce the most beneficent revolution the world had ever known. The doctrine is founded, the speaker said, on the fatherhead of God and the rotherhood of man. As God made the ater falls to drive power wheels, the Inds to more the vessels of commerce, d all the other great forces ...

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 August 1893

TURNIfNG OVER A NEW LEAP. oew a Marut Man Passed a Very Unmb p7 sad Unproatable Day. They had been married years and year., never had he gone away from the r t table in the morning without a goodby kiss until a friend came to visit them-one of those cynical, time soured bachelors who find fault witheverybody and everything and decide for them selves that the whole scheme of creation is wrong. The friend did not say anything at the time, although the kiss jarred on his sense of the proprieties, but he waited until he had his host by the ear, so to speak, then he said: "You seem to keep the honeymoon pretty well, George. Must he a deuced bore, too, when the romance is over." Then good, weak George began to get wabbly in his mind and had a silly fear that his friend was imaking fun of him. "Yes," he said as he lighted a cigar, "it is rather a bore, don't you know, but the little woman expects it." "I dare say," resumed the friend. "but I wouldn't coddle her any more if I were you. It's...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 25 August 1893

FINE WAtCN REPAIRINO, DlrlO·D M.rn, o. E. CIA¥IEUIN JIMNWLRY TARUFAITURINRO WTOHTJ, R DIAIOQD8 AT bTrJaNO BILWRRWA RIE, W. B. CAMSLAIN'O Central Awe VOLUME XIII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25, 1893. NUMBER 77 , 9. , AFTER THE SCHOOL HOARD The Board of Trade Objects to Pay ing for the liglh ehool in Bonds. Action 'raken to IEntertain the Forth omnllg Wool-r(iowers' Convention. It is many a day since the Iloard of Trade has had as representative a gath ering of the leading citizens and heavy taxpayers as was prAesnt at the regulal weekly session of the board yesterday afternoon. Regardless of the general hard times all over the country the moving spirit of this community has not lost its interest in the welfare and fu ture of this town. The Board of Trade was organized to promote the interests of the town and at the same time warn the public against any action which may bring detrimental results upon the prosperity and good uanme of the city. The former purpose was a...

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 August 1893

Championed by a Gamin. A ralt5gcd, harefooted boy, a crossitr sweeper, had doffed his cap to the Duch ess of Sutherland in the hope of recog nition. when hIeobserved a well dressed but rakish looking man following her across the st iret. as if trying to force upon her attentions that were evidently obnoxious to her. There was a look of distress on tghe duchess' face. "Suise wie, lhdy," said a boy's voice beside her, "''hall I punch.'is 'ald?"' She turned, looked down angrily upon the little sweeper, and then said, smiling: "Why, it's Jlenunie!" She had remembered his name after all, and at that nm niut the haoy was hers, body and soul. With ut waiting fto another word he dasihed off and turned a sort of violent "cartwheel" s- adroitly calculated that he landed with two very muddy feet in the nuiddle of t he offensive man's waistcoat. Then, before the man could reeonet from the shock, the boy had sinlpid himt with one muddy hand across the moutlh and with the other had d s.l ited a h...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 25 August 1893

AN AIR CYCLE NEXT. THAT IS WHAT'S WANTED BEFORE THE FLYING MACHINE. 'fhe leycleo No Longer Satlasfle the Long Ing of Manklnd For Free Movemenut. We Want to Travel as the Birds Do, but Must Learn ESsaential Lessons First. The Frenchman who covered the dead walls of Paris with calls for subscriptions to a Society of Aviation, to start with a capital of 500,000 francs, may have been lacking in the highest qualities of public spirit. He was placed in jail for taking money for his little private flying ma chines, costing from $500 to $2,000, which he failed to deliver. But his merit lies in discovering the want that fills the breasts of a large number of men today. It is only the somewhat headlong method of gratifying that yearning which has interfered for a time with his loco motion. Had he biut had the forethought to invent, to beg or to Iorrow a fairly efficient flying machine, nothing short of a cage would now prevent him from tak ing a leave as French as himself. Though lie should l...

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 August 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY AU(IU81' 23.'5i . THE NEW MANA(IEMIENT. Tnol: TunItNI-: company has started out under a new management. Messrs. it. E. Gray, J. M. Patten. and iH. 13. Dickinson, old employes, being the new proprietors. The politics and policy of the paper will be to urge steadfastly the principles of democracy and to stand up first, last, and all the time for the best interests of Great Falls and northen Montana. The new management is un trammeled by any influence. It has no strings to it, nor does it whine for pa tronage, but it will be its aim and pur pose to make the paper indispensable to every home in this city and an inval uable advertising medium for those who have anything to place before the public. THEY KNOW NOT WHAT TiEY I)O. The business men of Salt Lake have formulated a reply to the circular sent out by the business ment. of Boston. It has the right ring to it and sums up the situation in this wise: "'That the business men of the west are astonished at the p...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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