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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 8 December 1893

PRfESllWFIS MSSA. Recommendations of Mr. Cleve- 1 land to the Fifty-third Congress. REPORTS OF THE DEPARTMENTS. Tariff the Principal Topic - The Sherman Law - Civil Service. To the Congress of the United States: The constitutional duty which requires t the president from time to time to give to r the congress information of the state of the Union and recommend to their consid eration such as he shall judge necessary is I fittingly entered upon by commending to the congress a careful examination of the detailed statements and well supported recommendations containlled in the reports of departments who are chiefly charged with executive work of the lgoi llvernment. In an effort to abridge this lcintunlLica lion as much as is consistnt wit w i its pur pose 1 shall supplemenit a brief reference to 1 the contents of these depart lmentlal reports by the mention of such execultive bulliness and incidents as are not embnlraced Iherein, and by such reconmmendat ions as appear to be at this p...

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 December 1893

LOWELL HONORED. Tablet to the Menmor ot the Great Amerteami Poet and Ipijilomat In \1'*4tttiutIert'I. Ermested bi lilt Euglitm 'Adtmmirers. I''Ivciiled Withl Appropriatei~ (t'erelnie~ i'. AImbassador t ttatd I i I 11x4' he hief Speaiker. andl Paid tloi eli High L(tsIiil , 'Nov. : o.- - '[he izeiiu 'iail tab let erected to [tie Iiioitlre Ill the hit,' .James, Rusiell Lowell in the it-i cihatiter tionsitti lit WVestzniijnt,'r Atd. by the hnhsrphtiiun of hi ; Iat . ai Was it leilel l with I'.. ly ~nao ltiis ri. r t1 . I1- II " 1't.Ir II I., t \L'1" tr theiru aII, I ret 1i.'n ;& .II it- biu1t t l;"L I c '. ! ;..I" 11:,! .'1. to pant .the rof~,l i ,f Ittili' jte-t c1211'~ bi~ ben o 1i'*tt o 11 I'. 1 1.11 !. It ' r I' , ll' rllII'it a e. frdlixtg n~u chr.. ni2~ I 1~t' .2..2 'uponl'iv-R ru tagItl tlL~n 't Inll t Iul . 'wel Jeei ttt, - A i It..ul , .' kli ill '-cnt I in thei irf-w la brther p vtti oti' tU'I Ol k~ill dprom- beyon t1," s,-a. Warfted to anld fro it, r.'., the A tlanltic. f...

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 December 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U. S. Gov't Report. ow BPkind S Bo" Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE SPRAY OF TIIE FALLS. FROM FRI'lAY S DAILY. F. B. Shafer, formerly a compositor on TIt: TnIImuuv:, has purchased an interest in the Lewistown Democrat. Plumbers are busy putting in a now .eating furnuace a:.m lixtures in the ,lpitcopal church. the gen r-t0s gift of I. (i. Phelps. Tabiau Jensen, a native 'i Swedln, i*'lared his intention to become n citi en of the t'nied States yesterday be :,re Clerk Cockrill. .\ United States patrnt to Charles W. f ler for the southeast quarter of see t on 235, township 20 north, range 3 east, as recorded yesterday. Suit was coiiumenced in the district ourt yesterday by the Holter Lumber ompany against the Fliro-nianr's 'und Insurance company to recover 8;r0.) in Surance. The following deeds were recorded ,esterday: Townsito company to Mary 1. lolbrook, lots J and 2, block 464 t,;0 A. K. Jiarbour, trustee, to Patrick Nihill, lot 2, block t;(,- North...

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 December 1893

A. big ad. w l tell you many things, but Next week we we will astonish you with our offerings. We have given you great values in Dress Goods. Now we will give we ipre r to merely invite you to call and see you greater values in a fine Dress for the opera, ball room, novelty our thir~d lot this season of our famous $3.00 strect dress and dresses to go abroad with. The reputation of the house is second to done in the great northwest anJ our stock un Dresse- together with all linings and find- surpassed. Watch this space, and watch Raleigh's big show window. ings: -Ii' wool, and all for $3.00. We always do just as advertised. YOURS TRULY YOURS TRULY W. B. RALEIGH & CO W. B. RALEIGH & CO. TiHE FARMERS' MEEtINGS, A Ninumber iof Able Papller.i IRead oil NIlj .ets I 'ertaliillnltg to Fri'lniii.. lreat Iltere-t Taken in the D)iscl.us ,ions Iv Tllhose Interested in .griculture. "i'ne.day F'teitingl'' %.in.h. .\ large and intelligent audience was ;:resent Tuesday at the opera house :T...

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. — 15 December 1893

FINE WACH RAI W.E. CHAWBEALAII AND ITIrrIO, WATCHLL, DIAMONDI JEWELRY MANUACTIURINGO ITERLING NILEKWAIY E A'" W Ek TE Es IRIY H JEWELRY. . E. CHAMBEIRLAIRI ', 1~'4 CentralA Ae. VOLUME XIV. G(ItAT FALLS, MOITANA, FRID )MORNING, DECEMBER 15, 18983. NUMBER 167 POLYGAMY STOPPED. Utah Polygamists Will Have to Be satisfied with one Wife at a Time. The Helena Highwayman Pleaded Guilty to "Holding Up" His Man." The Provisional IGovernment or lia wail hieady to Fight at the Drop of the lint. WASHINGTON, Dec. 13.- The following was received today by the navy depart ment: "Honolulu, Dec. 4.-The provis ional government has 1,000 men under arms at the palace prepared for de tense. (Signed.) lwi. PLEAI)EDI GUILTY. ('nlap Will lIe Returnled to Ills Old Iullar tes la the I'enllteutlar). EIi.E!NA, Dec. 13.-ISpecial to TIln TRIBUNE:. -R. C. Camp, the orx-convict who hold up Charles It. Craig on the night after his pardon out of the peni tentiary, pleaded guilty in the district court today of highway ...

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. — 15 December 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Maine's failure to raise a fund for a statue of J. G. Blaine is a reproach to the state verging on disgrace. Has the state whoso favorite son he was no more than $115 worth of love and reverence for his memory? The name "Electric City" as applied to Great Falls seems to beo meeting with a good deal of favor. -jA "Citizen" wrote his approval in a letter to this paper yesterday and instead nf making it road "Electric" the types had it "Electrical." We make the correction Secretary Smith says the Inditns areol gaining in civilization and increasing in' numbers. LUnder the theory prevailing until recently both those statements can not be correcl. Civilization has been t' I. ý I ti of a ':reat 'ran' liid ti se. 'T'no + I.t oJt ell', - pri ',ait.i "1 an In . etc tax .O s e ti 'O ', ' luiti '!o ' of il] :.t ' Ii ,ii ' ii:i :'ii. ti a t , "; '' 'hie Ile.e.a l:.i.1:' ident saye that a ,splte vii us legislatioin aimed .l.'aiust ter chiieif iii.iustr'y .lotntat: today' is s...

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. — 15 December 1893

GOES TO HONOLULU After an Interview with Secretar) reshall Minister Tllhunrton Leaves Washington. The Snmelter-Owlers of Colorado Coin plaining About the .Scarcity of Silver Ore. Attorney General llakell Says that the Bible Should Not Be R.ad in the Schools. HELENA, Dee, 7.-Attorney General ilaskell, received a letter some time ag'. from Martin Peel of Ennis, Madison county, complaining that the schoou trustees of his district had a teacher who insisted on the reading of the !ible and the singing of hymns in her school. The complaint sets forth that the people of that district objected to spending moneo in an attempt to convert their children to the Methodist faith. They want ti know h,w it can be stopped. The at torney general in his reply calls attention to the constitutional provision that no sectarian tenets shall be taught in an) public institution of the state and to th. school law which provides that no books. tracts. catechisms, or other publications of a partisan, sectarian...

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. — 15 December 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. The Copper Market. As the production of copper is one of the main prope of the industrial struct ure of our city, any information bearing upon this subject is full of interest to our readers: The Engineering and Mining Journal has this to say regard. ing the copper market: After a long period of dulness, as far as home trade was concerned, with prices continually declining. the market has, at last, taken a turn upward, growing firmer day by ,lay as the demands from the larger con sumers increases. Simultaneously with the springing up of this d,,uand from a quarter fronm when plractica'ly no orders had colne for mi,,nths, there came a sp.c ulative Idemiani, e ith the result that ptii ',, for lake copp'r rapidly ad 'vaned until r,,w w' hate to quote li.10 t,,10..le. per Ip , i : . i it tht quantitl s tvsaih , tlttw rte -ýn lt ,: t' . it fIt rn ,r -I -t 'ii: I II ! for ,l" , r' i.. p , mat 'r!,dl art i! tI! quantllt l w ,ci, ,'lud . broug;;ht down prior to close of ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 15 December 1893

)OREINFORMATION Another Hawaiian Resolution Intro. duced in the Senate by Mr. Hoar. IN IT CLEVELAND IS ATTACKED IF Imputation nor the Appoinatment of Commisanehar Ilouat Without the Ad vies and Coneset of the Senate-The Utah Bill Will Not Be Coueidered in the Mor.lng Hour-ille .Laos neservatioe ResolatlUo Passed. WAsHnoNToN, Dec. 18.-The second weeks session was opened in the senate with a fair attendance of senators, and with few auditors in the galleries. In absence of the vice president, Mr. laris, president pro ternm, presided over he senate. Among the petitions and memorials presented were several relating to items in the proposed tariff bill. The house joint resolution for the pro tection of persons who have heretofore been allowed to make entries for land within the former Mille Lace Indian rea rvation in Minnesota, was passed. Mr. Roa's Retelutiea. Mr. Hoar introduced a resolution call upon the president for further in Mlmation as to his actions on Hawaiian The resolution, b...

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. — 15 December 1893

GOOD SHIP GONE. The British Vessel .lJaso Broke in Two Anidships Of4f Ilighland Light. Only One of the ('rew of Twenty Seven ltved.l. anitd lie \Was Washed Life lioe Thrown Over tlil Ship But the Silors Seemed Inablie to SPe'ltre I . Hout.A xDs LihTir, M.ass., Dec. S. The British ship Jasun. Captain Millan. Calcutta for Boston, went ashore off Eastham. When daylight esca on it I was seen that the .Tason lad broken in two amidships. iHer miai and iuizzenl masts are gonll' anld ev-ery maiall of her rrew on board. nuibtring ., were washed into the sea nid hlot. At it ;clock p. in. the Ja-o.t nt:ile the land t off Cape Cod, and for tih rest of the afternoon she struggled valiantly to weather the poilnt. The captain had lost his bearings in the blinding stolmn, and when land was -ighted he wa' so near t that it became aparelnt that the ship t was lost. Men on shore hiad seen tht; vessel struggling in the terrific seas, and the life saving crews from Pit t River f station and the Highland...

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. — 15 December 1893

Iighest of all in Leavening Power. --Latest U.S. Gov't Report. Powder ABiM3OWY PURl SPRAY OF THE FALLS. FRIDAY a DAILY. The stats reform school at Miles City be ready to receive inmates not lat than Feb. 1. polls May Myer and husband deed to o A. Largent lot 2, block 480, Great ls, for $3,000, and the same was re ed yesterday. The suit of Back-Cory & Co., against 0. Chowen was on trial yesterday be Judge Benton. The amount involv ,i the case is something like $2,.t0). 4 quit-claim deed from Susan E. won to A. E. Dickerman for the un ided quarter interest in the Highland k property was recorded yesterday. Yesterday G. B. Beardsley, treasurer the Gilt Edge Mining company, was a nger on the east-bound Great her for his home in New York City. John Martin, of the police force, left rday for Charles City, Iowa, to see parents. He has not been home for ty years. He will be absent for ral weeks. Suit was commenced in the district -t yesterday by the Butte & Montana mercial company a...

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. — 15 December 1893

Sbig ad. wull tell you many things, but Next week we we will astonish you with our offerings. have given you great evalues in Dress Goods. Now we will we prefer to merely invite you to oall and see you greater values in a fineDress for the opera, ball room, no our third lot this season of our famous $3.00 street dress and dresses to go abroad with. The reputation of nouse is second to done in the great northwest and our stock Dresses together with all linings and find- surpassed. Watch this space, and watch Raleigh's big show wind ings: all wool, and all for $3.00. We always do just as advertised. YOURS TRULY YOURS TRULY W. B. RALEIGH & CO W. B. RALEIGH & C EAST VERSUS WEST hilrteenth Annual Convention of the Federation of Labor in Sesslon at Clhirago. THERE IS o.Nl I*ll{ \ILE STRIFE hktween tile I,..at ilitd 1tilt1. ist For tile Predtdncy of 11.t" (Iruonitot"lio- ,ov ernorttg.Slei andt Inisor Sift Mere Not .llowed to Altirei. ti1. ('Onoveltion, ai liti I.en I .itpleed (.gan...

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. — 22 December 1893

FINE WATCH IEPAIRIIBB, W.EAIAI ADI lTINO, NADL/,,DTIlAG DLV IAOIDS LR AN WEEKLY /AARIBUNE.U - , i. . OABE RLAI' e VOLUME XIV. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FIIIDAY. MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 1893. NUbMBER 172 NATIONAL AFFAIRS, Wayne McVeagh of Pennsylvania Confirmed Ambassadlor to Italy. Hoth Houses of Congress Will Take a lecess from Friday to Jan. 8. A Bill Introiduc·'ed in Congre.s for the Admiuaaon of .I klahloma as a S4tate. \VAmIIINi;TON, Dec. 20.-Gen. Wheeler, hsairman of the committee on territo ree, has reported a bill to admit Okla nioma territory. The bill as agreed upon by the committee does not include the Indian territory, but is for Oklahoma as its boundaries now exist. BOLIDAY RECESS. ,,oth iHouses of Congress Will Take i, Rest Uatil Jan. 3. WASHlNxTroN, Dec. 20.-An agreement was arrived at by the committees of both mouses of congress by which an adjourn ~lent will be taken on Friday until Jan. 3. WILL GO TO ITALY. Wayne mtVeagh Confitrmed a- Alita.nSo dor to Italy by the Senata...

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. — 22 December 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. A Wool sorting slat SeoarlnEg Plant Needed. Eutron TiotlvN.: From time to time we hear it suggested that Great Falls would be a good place for a wool sorting and scouring establishment, also for a woolen mill. In the American Wool and Cotton Reporter for Oct. 22, 1891, there was an article upon this very point. The correspondent of this trade journal in speaking of our mighty water power says: "This power is already being util. ised by large smelters and electric plants, but its application in wool scouring and woolen manufacturing, it would seem to me, is one of the most practical and con sistant propositions that is offered by any locality I have yet seen. It is not only a propositioa, but an opportunity The water itself is soft, pure, and clean and admirably adapted to the purpose of scouring wool and of putting it in prime condition. "Great Falls zs now the most conspicu ous wool center in the state. During the wool marketing season great num bers of wagon fr...

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. — 22 December 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U.S. Gov't Report. o l" ý.ý Powder jABSOUJt'ELY PURE SPRAY OF THE FALLS. FRIDAY 8 DAILY. Capt. Smith of the Salvation army has gone to Vancouver to rally sinners for redemption. Capt. Caudler and Lieut. Siegel of portland have charge of the Salvation ctay work in thia city. The apportionment of school money among the several school districts of Silver Bow county amounts to 870, Rev. G. C. Stull. presiding elder of the Helena district, passed through the city last evening on his way to the Flathead country. Lieut. Col. Morris, commander of the Canadian police along the boundary line, came in from Lethbridge yesterday and registered at the Park. suit was commenced in the district court yesterday by B. S. Flersheim Mercantile company against White & Bassett to recover $210.66 on account. George Buddington, after an absence of six months, has returned. He is en gaged in business across the boundary line. He will remain in the city several d...

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. — 22 December 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Press Forward aseend Keep Pushig. Hard tites ? Well, this don't look like it ! The street railway company has doubled its traffic since a year ago. It has carried forty thousand par. sengers during this month. The agent of the Great Northern here was instructed to cut down the force of men under him. He wrote in reply: "Give me more help."Jlle got it. and has asked for still more. The Sand Coulee Coal company is putting out 2.500 tons of coal daily. It expect to immediately increase the force by another shift that the output may at tain :l,5t)0 tons per day. The demand is greater than they can supply. The orders of the superintendent of the lielt Coal company, whose mines have late.y gone into the hand of the .\ nuondla coipac)Ly., are to put on a large ;.-rce of e In as Coon as rooIl can be made for them. Ihe concentrator of the i. A 31. cop o,.r company to being increased one- I fourth larger. Iuprovements and a.hti- t tfius are biug coustantly made in the t re...

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. — 22 December 1893

.A VERY GOOD TALK. The Be}ao of Trade Meeting Yester day Wae Largely Attended by Buiniess Men. Sleveral Propositions for the Fstab lishment of Several Manufactur ing Industries Discussed. There was a large attendance of busi nes men at the Board of Trade meeting Wednesday afternoon. President Harris presided and Secretary Jones recorded the proceedings. James Haven was present and read a letter from a Pennsylvania manufact urer relative to the establishment of a woolen factory and a scouring mill in Great Falls. The contents of the letter were discussed at length. The matter was referred to the committee on man ufactures for immediate action. The glass factory proposition was fur ther discussed and the committee hav ing the matter in hand was quite con tident that arrangements would be sat isfactorily agreed upon. (After the ad journment of the meeting Mr. King re ceived a letter from one of the gentle men interested in the factory that the proposition from Great Falls was the most ...

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. — 22 December 1893

EVANS 8ENTENCED. The Notorious California Outlaw and Train Robber Goes to Prison For Life. Henry H. Yard, One of the Keystone Bank Robbers, Acquitted at Philadelphia. Boss MeKane of Brooklyn Gets Thirty Days For Contempt of Court. FREso,. Cal., Dec. 10.-Chris Evans, the train robber and outlaw, has been found guilty of murder in the first de gree and the penalty fixed at imprison ment for life. Yard Not tullty. PHILADELPHIA, Dec. ..--The jury in the case of Henry H. Yard, who was charged with being in collusion with the officers of the defunct Keystone N ational bank, in wrecking that institution, brought in a verdict of not guilty. All the prosecutions growing out of the wrecking of the Keystone and Spring Garden banks have now been completed with the exception of the indictment agsainst President Marsh of the Keystone bank, who is a fugitive from justice. Sentenced Nor Life. WILCHESTER, Ind., Dec. 16.-The jury in the Price-Storms murder trial, after deliberating all night, returne...

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. — 22 December 1893

TO COIN SILVER. Senator Voorhees Introduces a Bill to Coin Two Million Selgnorage a Month. When the Seignorage Is All Coined a Similar Amount Shall Be Pur chased Monthly. Democrats Decide to Dispose of Terrl torial Admission Bills Before Tackling the Tariff. WAsirxoTOx, Dec. 10.-Senator Voor hess, chairman of the finance committee, has introduced a bill for the coinage of seignorage on the treasury stock of sil ver, at the rate of $2,000,000 a month. After this seignorage fund is all coined, monthly silver purchases are to be re sumed sufficient to coin $2,000,000 a ihonth. Provisions are made for the appointment of commissioners to an other international monetary confer ence. The bill was referred to the .nance committee. The federal elections bill was placed on the calendar. A joint resolution re lieing the employee who were injured in the Ford theater disaster in the IRs c of Columbia from the operation of law restricting the amount of sick leave with pay that may be granted by h...

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. — 22 December 1893

Fins Black Silks Fine Curtains These hard times when peo- FIe Co ilks Fine CurtainGloves pi are ookn or doar at eEvery one of which will ake Fins Handkerchiefs present, something useful would Fin Novelty Silks Every one of which will make k be more appreciated than some Fine Imported Dress Patterns an elegant and useful present. Fine Aro0ns fancy article. We are showing Fine Domestic Cloaks With a Merry Xmas and Happy Fine Hosery the most complete line of Fine Coats and Jackets New Year. Fine Silk Mittens All checks on Doll contest Fine Fur Garments Fine Underwear must be handed In Friday night Fine Seal Muffs Yours Truly Fine Fans by ten o'clock; Put in sealed en Fine Otter Muffs Fine.Perfume velopes and addressed to Fine Rugs and Mats W. B. Raleigh & Co. Fine Fascinators. D. L. TRACY. ANOTHER MESSAGE SPresident ('le eland Has Enlightened C.ngress on His Hawaiian Policy. In a Message of iL.O00 Words He Tells What Has Been Done and Why. Be Strongly Advocates the Restora tion of ...

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