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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 25 August 1893

READY n rPT;EMBIEIt Ia. Tie Power lHouse Will be ('blnsllltem l us, c,,onneted ¥With the Mill by hIlt tllh,,,. The new power house at the dam wall he completed and ready for ope:rat',r, about September 15. The !$B h,.rt,, power Victor turbine wheel which ar rived from Dayton, Ohio, about a wek ago was found to be defective owing to a shrikage of the hub which is cast ot the buckets, and had to be returned to the factory. But for this delay the en tire plant would have been completed by September 1. As soon as another whetl arrives and has been set in place the walls and roof of the power house will be built. The timber for the ive towers located 350 feet apart which will sup port the cables that are to transmit the power from the power house to the Royal mill has all been framed and will be put together in a few days. These towers will be located on the al leys on the west line of Twenty-Seventh street so that in the future power can be transmitted at right angles to any new manufac...

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 August 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNEi FRIDAY AU(I}UST 21. 189i. THlE RIECORDER'S TAND) Fol SIL VEIR. It is many a day since an American newspaper has made a "hit" like that which the New York Recorder made in its last Sunday's issue by coming out flat-footed for the free coinage of silver. At the head of the Recorder's edito rial columns stands this notice in black type: The iReorder Always Fights Falr. It is the sincerest friend the real working people have. It espouses every deserving cause, whether republicans or democrats as individuals are the gain ers. Justly enough it decided that free coinage is a "deserving cause," and hav ing so decided it made its announce ment loud and clear. Instead of con fning it to one column it spread the heading, "Give Us Free Coinage," in bold type across two columns, and in this double measure blew a blast for free coinage the like of which has not been heard before in this republic. As it would take three solid columns of Tut: Trntcyvs to print this article in fu...

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 August 1893

Pngilist Had a Close Call at New York the Other Day. nocks a Man Down with Whom He Ilad a How at Boston. YORt, Aug. 17.--John L. Sulli ex-champion of the world, had a w escape from death at the hands fellow sport the other evening in rroom of the Vanderbilt hotel at ton avenue and Forty-second van lurched into the barroom clog the counter, ordered wine eryone in the place. At the fur nd of the bar was a man named sky, with whom Sullivan had word's in Boston three years ago. pugilist did not see his old enemy he entered the room. It was only he saw that McClusky refused to that Sullivan learned his identity. ent down the bar to induce the e believed was a stranger to take of wine. en Sullivan got within six feet of an he saw who it was and then be tirade of abuse. lie accused Mc y of having slandered hint behind ck. Mc('lusky quietly denied that d ever spoken dispuragingly of the ist, and, what was more. he had en taken the trouble to give him ught since their quarrel in Iloston. an ...

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 August 1893

PRR'ONAL. FROM TLEBDAY'S DAILY. J. F. Burd of the Teton Times is in town. G. W. Swan and wife went to Mon arch yesterday. W. M. Fletcher returned yesterday from Anaconda. G. F. Shelton, the well-known Helena attorney, is at the Park. Gold T. Curtis and W. J. Clark went to Neihart yesterday. WV. D. Randall and Don L. Willard are back from the Anaconda races. C. O. Parson left yesterday afternoon for the coast to be gone a few days. C. J. Shepard and R. S. Collins of White Sulphur are in town, stopping at the Ulm. C. W. Hart and wife, Mrs. Waldel, and Miss Estella Lee, all from Geyser, Mont., are at the Ulm house. James Shields of Anaconda, who has extensive coal interests at Belt, came over from the Smelter city Sunday. S. S. Hobson of Utica and Dr. J. II. Willard of Lewistown left Sunday for Chicago with a train-load of sheep. C. H. Campbell of the Great Northern .Express company spent Sunday at Havre and Fort Assinniboine visiting friends. Mrs. A. J. Zimmerman and her two daughters...

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. — 1 September 1893

FINE WATCH REPAIRINS, WE . CAMERLAIN SWEE TRIBUNE. NAIEUIN 3WZLRT I AO UTTI RG. -WAYCUDI, a a DIAMOND$ r AT UUO ElWaWAr, W. 3. CRAIEBERLAIWI NB T ICE JUW3LUT. 0O Central Ave VOLUME xmIII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBEIL 1, 1893. NUMBER 83 ILSON BILL PASSED ,he Vote Stood I381 'for and 110 Against--Silver pMen Not Surprised. lantie Was Itejected by the Sehiats by a Vote of Twenty-Eight to Thirty-Five. WASrmIINsTON, Aug. 2R.-The house aswed the Wilson bill by a vote of '?:ti o 110. The vote on Bland's free coinage bill in the house this afternoon was as fol lows: At a ratio of 1; to i, lost by a vote of 123 to 22.; amended, 17 to 1, lust by a vote of 100 to 210; amended, 1t to 1, lust by a vote of 102 to 231; amended, 1i) to 1. lost by a vote of 103( to 237. amended. •0 to 1, lost by a vote of 11 to '22. allasti" Nolt .elOhl. WAshlNcr'oN, Aug. 2l.--The Mantle :ase was taken up in the senate this afternoon and the vote stood ~N toh i against seating the appointed senat...

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. — 1 September 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE FRIDAY BE|PTEMBEL 1 189,. STOCKS e.e1 MONEY. Acting Director of the Mint Prestor has prepared a table of the monetary systems and approximate stocks oi money and the aggregate per capita it the principal countries of the world. 11 shows that the aggregate stock of gold is $3,582, 003,000; the aggregate stock ol silver. $4,042,700,000, and the aggregate uncovered paper, $32,65i,873,000. The stock of gold possessed :by the principal countries is given as follows: United States, (104,000,000; Great Brit. ain, 8530,000,000; France, 8800,000,0000; Germany, $800,000,000, and Russia, $250, 000,000. The silver stock of these coun tries as given as follows: United States, 861500,0000; Great Britain, $100,000,000; France, 8700,000.000; Germany, 8211, 000,000, and Russia. 800,000,000. This stock of silver in the United States is divided by Mr. Preston into $538,I0t0.X00 full tender and 877,000,000 limited tender; Groeat Briteai, no silver full tender; $100,000,(000 limited t...

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. — 1 September 1893

SITUATION, Diverse Views as toa to the Cause of the Depression. A VARIETY OF REMEDIES. Opinions of itelresrlntative Men In AMI Walks of Lilf. Letters IF'roml Gnovr,., ors. IPolitical Econ mtaI|.;S . Fi1TInI ltIrs,. Ittisi news M.eln andtl EduIators of All Shauld.s o' Po llt Ical Slpiuilom. IlT )limA Miar-in runjiJnctin withll lir representative tlen,l%%, ldenitl 0 tosecu u1' 1.l opinion upon the Jinanhh atl anel IA, l s1'.|nl,. i-: tlion for pullicatiun I it a hsy"lilItone of 110in' Wlth this end in view, will yon kindly stat.* In the spate. of' :1) or 411) wordIs w01 111 in i1, ,pinion. in the iiause of thle pr'.snt dpr .;.,,:! Iand thorlnIlild'? A btoninl"ii uit of I li, may be of !"r1 Ice to ith(. linl)to l n'1.11 I:1 .1.. son of .Iongrls'., iiR well n- of benrl"t It thile entire counlltry. RepliesM is ',llr, ws hlave 'Isn rioltced It response to the above Ihtte r ,lhir'.'-. I .,' representative men illn pubelic rldc ill i ..s, life' Fronm the Governor of Ciolorallio. IJ ulnswe-r...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 1 September 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, IRIDAY HE.i'rIMiUllt 1, 184. Li.. RIcKa.%Kn has rescinded his order calling for the annual encampment of the national guar I. The funds to be used for the purpose are locked up in Ilelena banks. Mon1Iv, Sept. i, is Labor l)ay. T''hIe governor has issued a proclamation re questing all places c.f business, work shops, factories, ofilces and stores to be closed as far as practicable so that all may have a chance to observe the day. Tno1s: who have the welfare of the city at heart shou!d not fail to attend the schoolboard meeting this evening.Let taxpayers, laboring men and all inter ested persons be on hand promptly to the end that no unwise action may be taken. Calm, deliberate counsel is what is now most needed in the conduct of school expenditures. .\ good many clover persons, says a New York exchange. are using the post oflice as the depository of their moneys. It is safe in :ncle Samt's halns as long as they may choose to leave it, and they can draw it out in g...

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. — 1 September 1893

THOUGHT IT WAS DEER. C Fow a Huntintg Party Became the Vie limen f a Practical Joke. There is a story going the rounds about a practical joke recently played on a hunting party from Great Falls which deserves publication. It seems that as the party were about to leave for their destination in the mountains the proprietor of a well-known saloon pre eented them with a keg of beer. They felt very grateful for the same and care fully stowed it away in the rear of their wagon, agreeing among themselves to preserve it intact until they were per manently encamped on the borders of a nice, cool stream in which the beer could be kept. When the time for tapping the keg arrived they went at it with a doter muination which showed they were un usually thirsty. The faucet was in serted in the proper place and driven in as usual. Someone remarked, however, that he never saw a keg of beer which tapped like that one without sound of escaping gas or any indications of froth around the base of the fau...

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. — 1 September 1893

IONTANA'S WEALTH The State Bo.ird of Equalization Has Completed Its Labors-Seme Valuable Statistics. ('ascade County Makes a Splenldid MShowing-She Ranks Third in Wealth. HELEN., Aug. 2..--The state board of equalization has prepared a table showing the total number of acres of land and the value; the value of im provements on it; the number of city and town lots and the value of improve ments on them; the value of mining claims and improvements; the value of telegraph and telephone lines; the value of mining and irrigating ditches; the value of all depots, station grounds, etc.. in the different counties of the state for the year 1893, as returned by the as sessors. The totals for the state show the aggregate value of all real estate and improvements to be 871,. 72t;,301. The value of personal property, already published, was $52.7:38.:372, and of railroads .9,95:,353., making the total of all kinds of property taxable for state purposes $134,118.,2FC. This, by the levy fixed by th...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 1 September 1893

C(EUR D'ALENE MINES. .t Proposition to Start Up on a Slidling N.alh of Wages. A new scale of wages has been arranged for the Ceur d'Alone country that may lead within the next few weeks to the opening of several of the large mines, says the Spokane Chronicle. The miners need work and the owners can better afford to keep their mines running even at a cost than to let them lie idle, for a great item of expense in starting up will be the pumping out of those which fill up and the many re air. The plan proposed gives the men $3.11 a day at the present price of silver and lead and with the increase or de crease of either metal t'e price of wages is to change in proportion. The owners of the Poorman make this offer and it it is accepted by the union it is the com mon belief that nearly all the other large wines will start on the same scale. Con sidering the times this is a fair proposi tion for a short contract at least, and it is to be hoped that every mine in the C(our d'Alene country w...

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. — 1 September 1893

A ROCKY VO1WNtAIN GLACIER. It Livwals in Mine Msme of the* Famed At. ilace Ic e Fild*. Did you ever hearof the great glacier near the summit of the Rocky mount ains, not many miles south of the Ca nadian line? Well, there is one there, and so far as is known no human being hba ever been able to reach it. For sev eral years different parties have tried to get up to it, but they have invariably given up the project after no end of mountain climbing. A representativeof Forest and Stream. with a reliable guide, hba made the attempt three or four sea sons when camping in that section of the mountain range, and- though an experi ence Alpine climber has had ti abandon the idea. This great glacier. said to rival those of the Alps in si:e, is on a =pur of mountains Ilranchii;. from the main range on the wtest side of the sum ilit and is thought to le alouat thirty miles north of 11li)cnald's lakei. Th'lose 'a ho have seen it froi: the summit of an adjacent peak say it is one vast ice-tield a...

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. — 8 September 1893

FINE WEEATCH REPAIRINTRIB JN DIAMOND 8.TTINO, W . E. CHmE|AMBRLAIN JEWELRY MANUlACTURING 1TURLI W . C IAMBEL AmIN W. E. CRABMEELAIN'I YVA.....4 U RICE JEWELRY. 20 Centrrl Ave VOLUME XIII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FR.TDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1893. NUMBER 8ri to Saved Her Life. 1,11. C..T. W oor, ouriunr. ,,r . 't is T ru, fla.\ed th" li,, tf h,.r 'hlhbl h.. . i1. I 1 of Ayer's CIherry I e..turi. I " p,o o, f n11' ,·linliret n l.1lI ('l 1 ], "1 ' II I w'Ia uf:trllhd by tho child"' h n,; S i ellillr., 11111 ni, u to lll t foundt it .i th ,: I f ,d I ; 1 111 v ;1w' ,o:lllV l hl/lrl,' ,"I ; l' II:.' ,. z t thaIt:I IIIIll' l . I I;n t 111:u 11 11:i routII ,t xl ':"I be4inl p sbl-l,' i lhe l ,' p Itof th h i I d ll iell t n ry I. tliviu iptt of la (1 4 t I y I'I 1 II I I ll t h I:.,lllllI, I.t, . r .l iv, |,lt ti,. 11ll III , , h h . t ,lint., ll i,, . ' " . ''t;i 111| I'i.I g l'l' 1 ii I,. Irii N I, frt Pectoral . lU lh' , , h ll h l, . n , 3AND COULEEL Nir I , li ilr ,l to IanIy pirt of t...

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. — 8 September 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNEI FRIID)At. SEPTEMBER 8. t15s. 4.Oll lIt'1 IN ICoNNIN8ITENC'IE . The New York World is having a fit because the southern congressmen re fuse to walk into the parlor of the gold bellied spider. It prints an editorial ap peal to the south every day which reads very much like an imperial ukase. The World at hand contains chapter IV of this racy serial which commences as fol lows: "The unholy alliance between the republican silverites and the democratic senators and republican representatives from the south is a imost unnatural union. The representataves of the re publican mining rotten boroughs are simply defending their private interests. They either own silver mines or are the attorneys and agents of mine-owners. Under a time-honored rule of parlia mentary bodies they are not entitled to vote on the question of suspending silver purchase, because they are personally and financially interested in it." But how about tnu alliance between the republicas gl I hugs and th...

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. — 8 September 1893

. ,. Agricultural and Portable Steam Engines, iEirlecllhlly aliptltd fur ill kinds oull Iy)' nm farmnis and in saw and .t'i.t, mills. SPllnd for Olu illustrated entalogne and -ate funlly % ihat is wanted. S. L. HOLT & BART, 711 ,.1lnrl' y !1.. Boston, li14 8 SECOND ST. SOUTH. " "` < t a, for the World(- Icnonctl RALEIGH Also th ( f.Prn. , ('r'ldnisn. (iirkhi r'.i, W rth anid W. -tern Wl.r,|I \W,,rk.. GP'N\i, 'rAi'K L1,, SPORTING 0:.OlS ItiII, r h-I IIn I o,unne irr n. Town Lots FOR SALE. Make your own Selec tions. Special Inducements to Buy NOW! Call .t the iowvnsite ,ufice aId ,sk for a plat and the iltecst price Ist. 'The cheapest prolosition ,nadc ;is yet. Lots on the North Si le, on Sec Jnd Third and Fourtl Avenues Sr,o0o; and SSoo; on Fifth and -'ixth Avenues, $Soo and 6no. On Second Avenue South beau tiful lots along the water main and two blocks from the Central Avenue Electric line S;oo. On the West Side lots are now offered fur $41u, and $5oo that in five years time ...

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. — 8 September 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, SI'EPTMHER ,. 1855. THE populists of Iowa have nominated a state ticket and adopted a state plat form that declares fealty to the Omaha platform of 189S'2. They lay the present stringency to the door of the two old parties and reiterate the usual cant about "money oligarchy" and "trick millionaires.' Tm: TRa'.ncE this morning containse cheerful information regarding the cop per industry at this place. News of a still further enlargement of the present large plant is highly gratifying to the I business community and no less joyful to the workingmen of Great Falls. An increased pay-roll means an increased c volume of cold, hard cash into the business channels of trade which will be e felt in all departments of business life. W. H. STr.ANmisi, the attorney general e of North Dakota. on Monday telegraphed a Tur. Tmentns that he had just seen a s letter from Senator Rooch stating that I both North Dakota Senators would vote o against repeal. If this be true th...

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. — 8 September 1893

ANA WOOL-GROWERS, a Id Their Annual Session in a Hall-Small Attendance Plenty of Interest. - t: Wages Considered-Congres t itioned Not to Reduce the a Wool Tariff. r nual meeting of the Montana f were' association was held yes Elks' hall. On account of the f there was a eslight attend forty-five members being pree- i * meeting was called to order c White of Ubet, president of the n. He was elected temporary and Col. Rice of this city sec The following were appointed on resolutions: I bite of Ubet, Paris Gibson of ls, C. H. Campbell of Great d D. E. Folsom of White Su-. ngs. ice, Paris Gibson, and Fred were appointed a committee to pica for discussion. amittee consisting of J. H. Mc of the Muselshell, Jack Waite of m d B. C. Toole of Sweet Grass pointed to furnish a report on or mausiness. convention then adjourned for the session was resumed in the n the following oflicere were for the ensuing year: Lent, D. E. Folsom, White Sul rings. president. B. (. White, Ubot. tary, J. it. Rice...

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. — 8 September 1893

SEVENTY BODIES Taken from the ('ooiaw River-Not Hair the Horrors of the Storm Yet Told. ItiotollU D)emionstrations inl ('hilage The I'nelnployed Driven Itack with 4Gatiing lGuns. .\A.,tir1, (;a., Aug. :II. News from the store,-swept districts of Port pyal and leaufort is still very meagre. 'here is no telegraphi: conmnunication with these places, the only news obtainalble being by mail. News recei'vetd by the Chronicle tonight brings the startling ntelligenc., that seventy deiad and swol --n bt)aies were taken froimi the Cioniaw :iver today by searching parties. Not 'snif the horrors of the storm, are yet toll, as l.rmesengelrs from the surroundl ,-ctonsn are, arriving heoutrly, bringing i'-we of deaths an..l terrible havoc caus.l ',y Siiatr lay nicht's L.i;ie. 'TIh result of theI day wortl of relief puts the number of 'iisicnig at over 100 In several pilaces along the Coosaw river ight or t,"n bodies were found lying on the bank -lore tgeithlor. (;rsaves were 'astilly oug near ti l...

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. — 8 September 1893

THK CA;;dDEI IBaN OF OUFAT FA IAI. MONT. SInoorplrttd And t Imwe of Mon. ln UI l , OI.i .i rpl n ..................................... .ItO 0 iS. . Atkinson ........................ P id nt Jacob Hwitser.................... Vice President . P. Atkneon a......................... .sh r W. W. Mllor ..........i...... .. ihtent Casuher UISIOTnO/. H. E. Atkinson, P. P. Atkinson. eJer Lsron. John J. Hills. Jacob 8iwitrJr. Jars luaU.. A general banking business trameatced. In erest allowed on time deposits. GREAT FALLS NATIONAL BUK. ( pitou r .................................... t ·e00 , ii. . ord . ................ .... roident G'Maa.olna .... "... ..... Vies I'noldent Dt I. Traon ......... .........Ceel hl C..arlaes s n Tr .r ............HHoller Lumbr : Arsnk F. 9hr ............... C. Ashby & C W. T. tott .................... Attorney.at-law .ohn T. r ht ..........le............lel.... l e s avid F. W.non................ .. Stockoman William Moelleor........... lnn'l Mde, Nnetrth J, E...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 8 September 1893

FA.ITH IN THE TOWN. M. V. Fairchild Has Implicit Confidence In (Great Falls. M. F. Fairchild, agent for the Guar anty Savings and Loan and the United States Loan associations, left yesterday with his wife, for his home in Kalama zoo, Mich. During his stay in Great Falls he has loaned for his two com panies over $10,000 for a term of seven years at 7 per cent per annum. O)n ac count of the financial stringency his com panies desired him to defer from making further loans until general finances are more settled. His intention is to return to Great Falls about the first of the year and loan .1(t),t.O( or more on real ea tate. lie has fallen ill love with the city and may possib!y miak- it his home in the future. During the worst of the financial cri sis he continued to make loanson (l;reat Falls real estate, whi-h shows his faith in its future. lie Pass he would le wil ling to take acy of the plroperty he has made loans on Is an invest tent for hulan --if. and thinks very stronglyof pr...

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