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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 3 November 1893

SPRAY OF THE FALLS. TIIUIN4I)AY'a DAILY. Dr. laaPalme and wife of Lewistown, '.ft yesterday over the Great Northern ;;,r Montreal. Canada, on a visit. It. C. White, a stockman from Ubet, returned from Chicago Sunday. Ile took in the world's fair sights. Bill of sale for farming implements, grain, etc., from C. II. Young to Albert Gee, was recorded yesterday. William Muller of Neihart came in from the west yesterday and is register ed at the Park. Marshall Smith, the new superintend cut of the Union Silver smelter arrived on Sunday. John Fraser, of the Royal Milling Co., left on a husiuess trip to St. Paul yes terday. C. It. Young, bridge carpenter of the Great Northeru, returned Sunday fromn iondtl, (Outriot. where he l.att been on a visit. Judge Boenton yesterday appointredl Mrs. J. I;. Newman admtinittratriv of the estate of the ltet I )r..I I.. In , nd l her husband. Suit was collunm(.c:td yeat.lJiJt in tih district court, by M. . Noble against 1E (,. Farrell and ieattie Farrell ...

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. — 3 November 1893

A COMPLICATED CASE, Tll' I(' ar of a Stolen (Cll' Trlce I 1to i 4r.t - P1ul ls Me Market. Andy ('l .l..rlelted and I'Pated I n ,ler 83100 Il dnts t'ur Ilis Share in the 'Iransaction. i n ''Thursday o.o". rWood. wih lives several miles sjuthwcst of the city, was coming into town and Inotcted a cow and calf pasturing near the road side. The cow had the Sands Cattle colmpany hand. Mr. Wood carne to the city trans acted his business and wae returning houl. VWhen he irrlved in the vicinit) of where he had notih:d the tow itnll calf in the :iorniu.. its found the cow stiadihg by the road rle .,ilowitug over suiomcthiig. .i alii, hteid fr,. tais wagon itnh uponi einialtinlll in fumni the entrails of what it'h euiludle.lt was thi' calf he had ni tic,,d with tit cov i tli'e morn ing. 11e at once iuriimisctd tiat some thing eas wrong and 1tuponi further ex arminatilon discovered a wagon track outside of the traveled road and followed it towards this city. On the way Mr. \Wood meut John Spence...

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. — 3 November 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U. S. Gov't Report. - Powder ABSCOIELY PURE ,PRAY OF TIlE FAL.M. There are eight pri.soners in the city il. Major Julin Ieply went downu to Fort onton yesterday. Mrs. B. W. Murray of Sun (liver. is upping at the Park. Mrs. I1. Beaupre left yesterday furl St. loud, Miannsota, to visit relatives. Supt. Klopteko of the B3. & M. Copper elter, went over to Butte yesterday Mrs. H. A. Madiy left for St. Paul yes rday to visit relatives and frierds. W. McCurdia of Armington and J. W. opkins of Truly are registered at the IDm. C. I. Joy, treasurer of the Great Falls n works, returned yesterdal from too. A. I. Taylor of Cascade and Janios ckaugastof Monarch are autographed t the Milwaukee. J. F. Fox, the fruit man, advertises e apples at wholesale prier.. IRead a notices elsewhere. Deputy County Treasurer Ed liurg ardt says that tax money as coming into a treasury very slow. Sheriff ( Neil returned to Fort Ben n yesterday with the lhalf-breedl ho...

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. — 3 November 1893

A HERE IS A SALEI ONE kind of a sale is to sell a lot of cheap and inferior goodsat alleged low prices. Another is to sell the very best (and consequently cheapest in the end) goods at as low prices, the quality will permit. The latter is our method-Choose--We always offer you the most attractive as well as the best things. Have you seen our large window of Comfortables and Blankets? Blankets at goc-both white and gray-great big value;'and the same good values at $1.5o, Si.9o, S2.go and Comforts we start at ?oc and up and while you look in wonder at the prices we-quote on the goods in this window here you will see more novelties than all the other houses can sh We don't pile our goods out on the sidewalk and after they are full of sand ask you to pay full price for them, but always Show NEW, CLEAN GOODS. sh pl o Give us a call on Winter Underwear and Garments. p * * W. B. RALEIGH & Corpany. Continued frttm First palge. would reduce the cost at least one-half. The offices of coun...

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 November 1893

S: ýb~c~ux.. .. , ._ ýE'..ildrSlý u 'lIR rmrroo I l'r'rXNO,, WT I . E . DIAR M O A RWEEKY TRIBUNE.IC1ZL. W. 3. eI3AERDLAIN'II 1E RICE JUR mtAe. VOLUME XII. GREIAT FALLS, MONTANA, i(IJAY. MORNING NOVEMBER 10, 1893. NUMBER 137 own Lots FOR SALE. ake your own Selec tions. ecial inducements to Buy NOW! Call at the Townsite office and for a plat and the latest price t. The cheapest proposition ade as yet. Lots on the North Side, on Sec d Third and Fourth Avenues ooo; and $8o0; on Fifth and th Avenues, $8oo and 6o0. On Second Avenue South beau ul lots along the water main d two blocks from the Central venue Electric line $500. On the West Side lots are now ered for $40o and $500 that five years time will command price of $2,ooo and $3,000 each. The reserved lots on all Aven s are for sale at reasonable races, easy terms. One-fourth sh, balance in three equal pay ents, payable in one, two and ree years. Seven per cent in Merest on the deferred payments 'GREAT FALLS ATER POWER TOWNSITE CO P...

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 November 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. cGood Times Ahead. Financial journals state that money is again making its way out of safety de posit vaults, stockings and other hiding places. Eighty-eight millions of dollars nave flowed into the city of New York during the past ten weeks, speculation in stocks and products has taken on re newed stimulus, and all signs of health ful business activity are apparent. Prac tically all the clearing house certificates in Boston and New York have been re tired. The exchanges at the principal clearing houses show a decrease:of twen ty-tive and one-half per cent for the week, which is less than appeared some weeks ago. At most points banks are somewhat relaxing their '.caution, and the early promise of :easyluoney is:most flattering. While the treasury gold reserve fund is still below the limit, it is a source of eatisfaction to note the large increase of the yellow metal held by the national banks, as indicated by statements pub lished. Large importations of gold are ...

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 November 1893

LAID IN THE TOMB hOblago's Martyred Mayor Followed to the Grave by Thousands of Mourners. A Funeral Procession Such as Is Seldom seen In Asy Country. Probably a Hundred Thousand Peo. pie Viewed the Remains as They Lay In State. CaHcAGo, Nov. a--With the solemn pomp and imposing ceremonies befit ting the interment of the chief magis trate of the World's Fair City and his pitifully dramatic fate, Carter H. Har rison's body was escorted to (raceland cemetery by an immense throng of sorrowing citizens. Tenderly tile re mains were borne from tile black draped and flower-scented corridor of the city hall, where they had rested in state and placed in the funeral car. Through the great crowd that had gathered to sooee the murdered mayor's last leave-taking of the scenes of his ardent labors in behalf of the city he loved, the black car slowly passed and took its place in the waiting proces sion. As it drew into the line the march was taken up, and the thou sands who had gathered to do honor...

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 November 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. MONTANA FORUVIER. On) of the brightest and most logical thinkers and writers of the state is Dr. A. II. Hersey of the Anaconda Stanaard staff. In a recent issue he contributes an extensive article on the material re sources of Montana which should be widely circulated to the end that people of the east may learn that this grand state has multiform and multitudinous stores of wealth beyond the question of the silver industry. He says: "In the face of the situation now con fronting the state it becomes opportune to estimate those resources which are left to us and upon which we must rely for the future right to exist. These are so many and so immeasurable that when we take account of them in detail the wonder is that the alarm which has pre vailed should have been so widespread and so deep or that we should have been led at any time to place so low a value upon our assets as to believe that we might by the overthrow of a single inter ,st be left leaning upon a brok...

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. — 10 November 1893

ghest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U.S. ov't Report foyal r Powder ~ABSO7rLYrl PUREf SPRAY OF THE FALLS. FROM TUERDAY H DAILY. D. Burghardt, a Box Elder rancher, the city. N. Dickey of Belt, one of the coun mmiseioners, is in the city. . J. W. R. Moore of Glasgow. is ng her daughter, Mrs. John McOle, is city. res Lawler is arranging his busi affairs preparatory to making a to his old home in Scotlano. n Rumney of Cascade, was a pas r on the west-bound train yester on his return from Chicago. ul Egloff of this city, and Will Can of Cascade, leave for Chicago today several car loads of mutton sheep. SG0. Wyatt left for his old home in York city yesterday. lie will re at an early day to look after his in to In this city. S. Sherwood of Paterson, N. J., and lett Bronson and wife of New York left yesterday for their eastern es after looking over their property rest in Great Falls. ohn Glass, one of the original citivens reat Falls and who has prospered I hasjust completed a fine se...

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. — 10 November 1893

1893 November. 1893 Su. _ Mo. Tu. We. Th. Fri. Sat. 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 THIRTY-THREE COUlNTS. Iltdic mente Against Treasurer Kruas of Seattle. SEATTrrLE, Wash., Nov. 2.-Thirty. three indictments against ex-Treasurer Adolph Krug and his associates have been returned by the grand jury as true bills. Henry Fuhrman, a rich broker, is made accessory, which, under the law of the state is the same as the principal. Fred W. Lander and L. H. Griffith are jointly indicted with him on one count each, and D. T. Denny. the well known pioneer, on two counts. and L. D. Ross, the real estate agent, on three counts. Fuhrman re paid the money he borrowed from Krug, and as bondsman, put up $28, 000 to make up the deficit. Grifmth and Lander also raised considerable sums to reimburse the city, hoping thereby to escape indictment. Krug's shortage was $125,000, but it was all made good by his friends. Two Jockeys Thrnwn. KsoxvlzsLNov. ".-One joc...

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. — 10 November 1893

Reault of Dime Litesrntua OAiLAUn, Cal., Nov. 8.-The body of k Parrink, a 19-year-old orphan . who lived with Captain J. H. ett at Lorin, has been found in bushes. The boy disappeared two ago, taking a rifle with him. A shot wound caused his death. It is loved that the boy went insane ugh reading dime novels and com ted suicide. Several hundred vol. of yellow covers were found in boy's trunk. sandbagged a Farmer. NDAS, Minn., Nov. 8.-Fred John ,a wealthy farmer living A2 miles theast, was sandbagged two miles th of here by two masked men. A gash was made four inches long, skull on the back of his head, e he was otherwise badly cut t the head and face. Johnson was ed to have several hundred dol on his person, but only 92 were d. No clne to the robbers. IDug Through th,. Wall. ASEUA, hinn,, Nov. --'Two u ris a, Joseph Stout, sentenlce.l to Still r for tl ree years for highway rob. ,and 'renry IHallott to the St. d reformatory, broke out of the ty jail about 0 p. in. One of the prisone...

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. — 10 November 1893

SAL HERE IS A SALEI ONE kind of a sale is to sell a lot of cheap and inferior goodsat alleged low prices. Another is to sell the very best (and consequently cheapest in the end) goods at as low price a the quality will permit. The latter is our method-Choose-We always offer you the most attractive as well as the best things. ýQ Have you seen our large window of Comfortables and Blankets? Blankets at goc-both white and gray-great big value;fand the same good values at St.5o, St.go, $2.5o and up Comforts we start at 70c and up and while you look in wonder at the prices we quote on the goods in this window here you will see more novelties than all the other houses can show. We don't pile cur goods out on the side.valk and after they are full of sand ask you to pay full price for them, but always Show NEW. CLEAN GOODS. a , Give us a call on Winter Underwear and Garments. , * * . O W. B. RALEIGH & Com anv" THE WHITE METAL. Silver Seems Destined to Play an Important Part Throughout th...

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. — 17 November 1893

m or: HiS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. - E WATCH REPAIRINS, CW, E NABERLAIe O Af ICE JEIMELR1. I. CIIIIILINIUIWI S14 e~~il Aye. LUME xnII. GREnAT FALLS, MONTANA, I'ItI)AY. MORINING NOVEMBER 17, 1893. NUMBER 143 THE - anufacturers' Sale IN THE TOD BLOCK Next Door to the Northwester Bank. UITS AND OVERCOATS -- AT YOUR - OWN PRICE. ;, I Expect to Close Out Every Garment in e Stock, By the Next Twenty Days, and Order to Do So Will Make It an Object or Anyone to Buy Now. TORE OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL. 10 O'CLOCKC. JOHN HEAVENRICH WYe Ilundred and IIfty Iend and Four Hundlredl oulnded. *LO.DON, Nov. 15.-The correslpnent it The Standardl at Madrid say that sm"or Gamazo has returned there and tised to the queen regent the results t ils mission to 8ant Ander. He says it will take a long time to repair - great loss to the city and the public 8mor 4Gamazo says that the public Mldings destroyed include the offices of th governor, the collector of taxes, the g m hoaoe, the courts of justice, the slSlng depa...

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. — 17 November 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. The goldbug republicans have carried New York by 60,000. In Iowa the goldbuggers and repub licans have something like 30,000 ma jority. McKinley. the gIdbug republican, is elected governor of Ohio by over 80,000 plurality. Remember you have only sixteen days ieft in which to pay your taxes and avoid the ten per cent penalty. Massachusetts, the hot-bed of repub licanism and goldbugism, gives the ene mies of free silver :10,000 majority. Gov. Richards has issued his procla mation designating Thursday, Nov. 30. as the day for thankseaving and prayer. Mrs. Mary E. Lease is jubilant over the defeat of the populists in Kausas. C'orrupt leaders is what did it. in Mary's estimation. The latest returns from Pennsylvania indicate that the ;goldbug republicans have elected their state ticket by over :10.000 majority. Every state carried by the republicans -n Tuesday is claimed by the eastern republican press as a victory for --honest :noney"--goldbug gold. The goldbugs and ...

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. — 17 November 1893

Arehblahop Ryan's Jubilee. BUFFALO, N. Y., Nov. 11.-The main celebration of Bishop Ryan's silver jubi lee was held during the (lay. At 10 a. m. the jubilec mass, a solemn pontifical cel ebration, was begun. The Most Rev. Mgr. natolli was the ceelebrant. and the Rev. John .J. Shechan, chanceellor of the diwoce.e was the Itiaster of eelremlnllies. Prlle For the "(lenlu% of WV*colasrin." 4 )iHKomi. Wis.. Nov. II. -The prize offered by the Woman'u (cub1 of Wiscon lih for the most artistic prSluction ex Sthited at the world's fair by a Wiscon a woman has laIen awardedl to Nellie ears of this city for her statue, "t*enius Winconsin." which stoo(l in the state _iling. laulaghtered More Matahbe.les. LONNoN.. Nov. I I.-A dislatlch from art Victoria, frol"l Dr. Jalneson, says other battle lhas leeen fought Iwtween l British forces and 7.,0(5I ,f the M)Ita les. Only litrel were killh.l mal seven miiLded of the liritish tfr'ce. while fully 00oi Metabl els l5ri.sed. anneid aO.pllet,. it fllo\e.....

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. — 17 November 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Give Cs a New Hoad. Taxes are said to be coming in fairly well from non-residents, but many in the city are holding back. This is partly due to the dilatory movement of the commissioners in reference to the bond of the county treasurer. Several large taxpayers declare their unwillingness to pay until a new bond is exacted from the treasurer. There are several of the bondsmen on his first bond who have made assignments or are involved in dif ticulties through the financial stringency, and the strength of the bond is not con sidered such as it should be where so much money is handled by this official. The commissioners have given Mr. McClelland until the 27th inst. to fur nish a new bond, but by that time much of the tax money will be presumably paid. We would like to see the new boars call a specia. session at once and exact a good and sufficient bond from the tress urer. This county has had trouble enough already. We mean no rellection on the treasurer's honesty,...

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. — 17 November 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U.S. Gov't Report. Cý Powder AMSOIrELY PURE SPRAY OF( TiE FALLS. FROM TFUESDAY'S DAItY. Capt. Andrew Jensen left for Minne apoils yesterday on a business trip" Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McKay are the happiest cuuple in the city over the ar rival of a daughter at their home Sun day morning. A public telephone station has ben established on the West ilde. It is lo cated in the store of W. C. Ilodhge. oppo site Turner hall. W. T. Houston has returned from the east and can be found at his real estate office, opposite the postoltice. lie will welcome all of his friends and patrons. George W. Goodman proved ip yester day before Clerk Cockrill on his home stod tiling for the w3 seti, and noet sw%, and swl. noe section 1. township 17 north, range (i east. Yesterday on the application of United Statee District Attorney Weed of H[el ens the hearing in the case of the United States vs. Will Hlanks was continued to the 23d of November by United States Commis...

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. — 17 November 1893

TIW3 T1AD5 VIHW. ellll~y's Eileletlne Mlll to Be the CaUse of Neaton ental Improvement at Least. CLEVELAND, Nov. 11.-The Iron Trade Review this week says there is an im proved condition in the iron and steel mnarket in consequence of Tuesday's election, in results asentimentalimprove ment at least. It may not show itself hl any advance in prices, but in a greater willingness to trade. Iron and steel manufacturers are pirotectionists and their business practice conforms to their belief. The hesitancy about concluding pending negotiations for large amounts of iron, which we chronicled im mediately after the election of 199. wan the result of a fear that values. which had advanced 2i cents in the case of raw iron. would recede. Reports from a number of sources indicate there is a feeling that buyers who have been pra dlieting a slight change for the better in. the event of emphatic majorities in pro test against free trade. will ounter the market for larger purchases than they have bee...

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. — 17 November 1893

SPRAY OF THE FALLS. FRIDAY r DAILY. The county commissioners have ad journed to meet on Monday, Nov. 27. Miss Ads Mattson and Miss Katie Johnson of Band Coulee, are visiting friends in the city. Max Heberleln of the Great Falls sil. er smelter is in the city and will remain a few days. -Inter Mountain. G. E. Stumm, patern-maker of the Great Falls Iron works, left yesterday for Buffalo, N, Y., for a few weeks' visit with relatives. Through passenger service on the Montana Central from Great Falls to Anaconda will be commenced about the tfirst of December. A. T. Kyle has sold his residence in the Boston & Great Falls addition and removed his family t, a new home on the south side. lBruce ''oole, deputy c liectr ,of cus tome, at Sweet Urass, wnts in the city yesterday. He reports everything ttiulr ishing in that section. Today the Butte .\ lostoin company will commence the shipment of matte from their works in Butte to thet (irsat Falls copper smelter for refining. Thomas Nelson. C...

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. — 17 November 1893

A GREAT RUN ON OUR DRESS PATTERNS SATURDAY. HEBRB ICE THEY ARE We could not out them off ast enough for anxious buyers. We continue Ladles' Cloth, 36, 38, and 42 inches wide. PRICES GREAT RUN ON the Great Bargains Monday. The only way we hold up prices Ie for your inspection. We push them THAT OUR DRESS PAT- One Dress Pattern, All Wool, six yards Cambric for the Skirt, Silila for the down to the lowest limit and give the buyer the beneflt. How is this for an ex- WILL TERNS, Etc. waist, Dres Stays, 100.yard Spool Silk, Hooks and Eyes, all for $8, worth $6.50. ample: 100 pr. 10-4 Gray Blankets, g90; 50 pr. 104 White Blankets, o00; eo- IN EREST They come in All-Wool Serges, All-Wool Plaids, All-Wool Princese cloth, All-Wool ipment this season. YOU. ETC. W. B. RALEIGH & Comany. IT WAS DIABOTLICAL Attempt to Wrerk an Otmala 'assen ger Train Near Sioux Falls Juntlle ioll. Tem Spikes Pulled From the Rails Along a Hich Embhank nlillt. lSbeme of the Robhlbr. Foiled by Their Attempt to lo...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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