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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 29 December 1893

ASO A t OLUXE XIV. G1IJAAT FALLS, MON4TANA. FRtIDAY MO lUXDZE 81772 TROUBLE. Northera Paelflc Employee En. Jotinm from Striking by the Courts. vals Refuse to Yield and All Ne gotlasious at a Standstill for the Present. Employee Ask the Courts to Have the Old Wage Schedule Con tinned in Force. r. PALrr, Dec. 27.-The United States its at St. Paul and Milwaukee have ed injunctions restraining all oficers, ploys. and agents of the Northern -fio railroad against interfering in way by obetruction, intimidation or rwise with the operation of the road. has been no strike declared and it ancertals whether there will be one, t the receivers had fears one would wthe final refusal to reconeder the reduction and took the matter ore the courts some time ago. The onetional order was issued some time but was not served or made public tl late yesterday. TAKES 31 OWN LIFE. Ralroad Engimeer Tires of Life and Shoots Hlmself. )MseoumzA, Dec. 27.-H. C. Neff, an ear on the Rocky Mountain divis of the Nort...

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. — 29 December 1893

NTFN WEEKLY TRIBUNEI Dsb aMgs o etiesaaid Lnaneettai ill frequetly wat tohknow thi winter bow muoh maesy of aIl kinds there is in te country. The annual report of the ralted States treasurer putsit atn ,aU,. T47,977. The First National bank of Big Tim. I er, Mont., resumed business on Mon day. This was one of the Montana banks that went down in the panio last summer, and its resuming shows tat business confldence is fast being ae stored throughouttMootana. A fins old gentleman is Eugene Kelly, the beaker of New York, who in superb bealth and spirits retires from active business at the age of 80 to travel and have some little fun in the world. Mr. Kellylanded in this country from Ireland when he was 20 years old, with $2 in his pocket. It is agreeable to And that the legisla tures of nearly all the monarchical gov ernments of Europe sent telegrams of sympathy to the French chamber of dep sties after the bomb explosion there. They even headed off the United States in the promptness 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. — 29 December 1893

?ibe Atteraey eaerel O'.as.r 3gngrtir the Letting of the Wi. oaela Roster Centreet, but De ales Co.spiraey. JM Moiles Gnrve Robbers Are e. flaed New Trials-They Will Take an Appeal. M'aiox, Wis., Dec. 39.-The answe ftn eb s -adutant general, now assistant eemesy f war, Joseph. Do, to amanded complaint In the roster case, s been led. The answer admits he adersssed a letter to Attorney General or, substantially a set forth by t t as t, to his opinion as to the Soah'a zright to give the roster con. teaet to other prutes than the state painter, but demni that the letter was writtem In pursmane of any consiracy is deradl that when he wrote ah lt er to e attuorey general he knew that all plubil piting under the laws sad oasttito of th state had to be let to he lowest bidder, and enters a general deiial to all haobrges of fraud and c phaoy. OBRAVm O@L3Cs. 4Jidgs omQas e 2e Melees Overrate NMaes. Wse a New Trial. Des Monma, Dec. 20.--Jude Conrad has overruled the motion for a new trial in t...

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. — 29 December 1893

ap ames. WIti-s waroeyma beastis sb ease eals r to at air time lu a hem. This i e t llelt la Sel of the huma heMoart. No masitr Nat his eambesaessemay be the, is deep is the nares d his besert the feed hope that a pleamathome, t.ther with all the tender aedateoas whihob the word lplies will yet be his. Man's lie may be divided into three periods. Plet, the happy home life of his boy hooeed, when he is surrounded by broth ers, iters and friends, and is watched over by the tender solicitude which only a mother's love ever knows. Nest comes that vague, uneatisfatory. dreamy period of existence when everything is to be and nothing is. The last and beet is the time when man takes unto him -f a mate and the true responsibilities life begin. From that time on he as something to live for--something to call out his best energies and develop the anate nobility of his soul, it he has any. It is now that he feels the want of a home of his own so that every dollar ex pended in the way of adornme...

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. — 29 December 1893

t dispose it their --sa, toa the 35at . . it to their I t to me . re .ther. JI seaser, heseisted of assault with t-agi s bmamit greatodilyi ajry to - FPtne atee, was me a ho etn to one year l to A. esseda todand ad Jtrata been eles ad t wm to Anatsens. The eld rptas t tarse will be re-estab s thet weater railroads ao the 1st d Janury. The tare from Great rasls, to B Paul isAr io m . l. so, first-class, Neheart held: Mr. and Mrs. T 0. m e 8L sad Mr Bam-I* O aMoe dayldt httho take upo their reivae aele aelo a- a hrem ao the pemeaple the Cataract ldty S we. algmarriage . . t an wee dhe apeee lm diltrbuted. John Undoh hrlR 8 oo d o had a little Christma all to malt ModGreat. HeF unModal hi sight the scholars in flamte. he ikens rll o gavebut the hertma 0oUm war burned to thre ound. The Thir d eet The r under the con. c oss o ha hano tto Gu Nordqune d was hplatd yeued dy to the s audience I M.rie--L A . w ,at the It . E. par- r Under Sheriff Houston had a little Chris t to himsel ondaJ. ...

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. — 29 December 1893

THB OlUIBIT. . Wa.e am Yew deamlsMee s. -lor the Wesa roll w the i Is a Leru sad Exhlastive Argu ment Agnlust the Prlnelple of Proteetion. s]eduction of Duties Will Give More Abundant LitA to Manufhctarlpg Industries. WASmxNroi, Dec. l.--The ways and means committee of the house has sub mitted its report on the tariff bill to the house. The report is mainly an argu ment against the principle of protection. The committee says: The American people, after the full and most thorough debate ever given by any people to their fiscal policy, have deliberately and rightly decided that the existing tariff is wrong in principle and grievously unjust in operation. They have decided as free men must always decide-that the power of taxation has no lawful or constitutional exercise ex eept for providing revenue for the sup port of the government. Every depart nre from this principle is a departure from the fundamental principles of free inmtitutions, land inevitably works out a gross inequality in...

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. — 29 December 1893

Highest of all In teavening Power. -Latest U. 8 Gov't Report. AM Powder ADSOI flBLY PURE SPRAY OF THE FALLS. WRIDAY a DAILY. John M. Moran, a native of Ireland. yesterday declared his intentions to be come a ottizen of the United States. Dobert Craig, of Monarch, a native of Ireland, was granted his final naturalise tion papers yesterday by Judge Benton. The suit of Kalloge, Johnson & Co.. agaiest Andrew Jenson was on motion of plantiff'e attorney, dismissed yester day. blt has been commenced in the die triot court by C. M. Wetbster against A. F. SBhmitz to recover $1,288.28 on a note. rHery Vogsl, the brick manufacturer at Wolf creek, on the line of the Monta on Central railway, is in the city. He eports busy times in his brick vards. Yestrday John E. Eaton proved up on his homestead filing before Clerk Coolknl for the southeast quarter of ecttpa 20, township 2D north, range 4 rst. The trial of the English case adjourno ed yesterday morning over to 9:30 this morning owing to to...

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. — 29 December 1893

LOOK OUT FOR JANUARY UMmIS. W: B. RALEIGH & Co THE PRINTER. A maaeseuor to Mr. Palmer Will Un doubtedly Be Named In the Nerr Future. There Are a Horde of Applicants For the Place, Inelnding Ex-Publie Printer Benedlet. The Repeal of the Permanent Appro- I priations Law Is to Be Agitated In Committee, WAsznaroow, Dec. 27.-There is good eason to believe that the appointment I t the sucoemor of Public Printer Pal-. I mar, s long delayed, will be made in the couse of the next few days. Mayor bleet opkis of Chicago, is haere in behalf of Mr. McCabe, the Chicago e-. idate for the place, aad William Hyde, fermarly part owner of the St. Louls epublico, who was postmaster of the I hoaud City during the first administra. tion of Mr. Cleveland, and likewise a I candidate for the public printership, is i also in the ity There are a dosen othar I seadidate for this position, which is ex. ceedingly desirable, and eagerly sought I after, on account of the enormous pat. I renege connected with i...

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. — 5 January 1894

XEKLY TRIBUNE. W" A I a GREAT FALLS, MONTAnA, FIRIDAY. MORNING, JAJfNUARY 5, 1894. NUMBi-- 1,40 . . . . . .I " r The Mammotn Ponderous Mi Amaz AN ARMY OF M A Pay R+3II That 'LS Up Above $50,0C 'er Montli. When you approach tho i riv, r' rem the south and ,.tL I, ive bluff above the Black I;.: I.. yo:,r vision embraces one ,'rar. i duetry pertaining to the I"'si'. Behind you H,.", t! the street railway, alWr]"I " company's worko, sul.i,'ij... ,. s" i by thick wire cable:, .i, large pultye, euppo '.I towers. Below you . r I. . e. ' le river, a unique Aig~t , .t ., presented. Huge byu. .ins, the whir and hum of tl:d'.ltr,. large cables transmitting copper wires carryinr ti):' so recently controlled Iv inr of the falls and the dian; ti' penI ( bridge, which spans tl rir . r the giant smoke stack. crowdni I .;au point, vomiting its clouds of s1 '• ,1.t and day, and the distant . Montana silver smelter turt! ,wn the river. Truly. it is a natural indes trial landscape, unequaltcd i north w...

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. — 5 January 1894

S LY TRIBUNE ~- 8tate Irrigation conven n•bn meets at Great Falls January 11, 18U. Among the topics for disoulsion are the followang: "The Wright law; the disposition of public lands; the con trol and direction of water supply, and irrigation as a paying investment." It is expected that able speakers will be present during the session of this con vention. S I;. lounews, Sec. State palper lease, copy. 1'lt FI'TI RiE. Great F:dulles hails the year of 1891 with esthueasm it holds much in store for us and every butine.. nan is confident that it will I', the host we have ever ex. perenced '!'h oroe t gathering here the elements i [:;i are guine to make that business better and better indefinitely in the future. Our people have always been confident and that confidence has been based upon our unlimited resources and the splendid industrial establish meats already in operation. We have an unlimited water power, agricultural lands and rich mines and the almost I certainty that with reasonab...

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. — 5 January 1894

CONGRESS AGAIN. asters ad Representatlives Assem he After the Usual Holiday Recess. In the House a Fight Was Immedi stely Precipitated by the Republicans. seiserata Couldn't Furnish a Quo rum, So the Tariff Bill Was Not Taken Up. W' mmnerox, Jan. 5.-There was not a very bilnlt setting for the opening of the tari debate in the house. When Ipedaer Crisp mounted the rostrum at noon and rapped the house to order, these were many vacant sets in the publio gallery. In the press gallery, Soverhanging the speaker's chair, how. ever, was lined with newspaper corre spondents. On the floor there was con siderable animation. Ez Speaker Reed, Mr. Burrows, Mr. Dalsell and other Republican leaders, were conferring earnestly, and on the Democratic side, each member of the ways and means committee was surrounded by a group of his colleagues. Uneertata About Bepublteans. Much uncertainty was manifest as to the tactics the Republicans would pur oue, the msuspion being that at the very Souet, the Repub...

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. — 5 January 1894

P A G E D A M A G E D ds, yching ise farms ught under to say that for per, .annot be beaten, if led, in any part of the United States. nere is no doubt at all about that. Think of the total increase of popula tion for the whole state if these farms were settled up. New towns would spring up in the farming districts and many people would be added to the pop ,lations of the towns and cities already n existence. Then there would be no need of Cascade county sending $500,000 out of the state annually for farm prod ucts, but many times that amount would come in from the proceeds of these farms. The streams in this state have been ameasured in many localities. and the re aults in the case of the Missouri river and the application of the census statis tirs may well be mentioned. BIefore the aluo of the water rl,)>ing in the rivers ,an be bdscussed it is neeessary to make -orn:- a-umption regarding the duty of ..atr in Montana; that is, the relation between the -quantity of flowing water...

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. — 5 January 1894

FOR WOMEN EXCLUSIVELY. The atest Gossip on the Newest Thing ina Fashionable Drues OCreles. Heloeted with a View to Please the Women Reades of "The Tribue." A oharmiag and novel little French gown has Just arrived from across the water that well deserves a desodption The foundation of the gown is the pop ular bleak moire antique. Its heavy somber reeh t l beuished by the pre sue of a new and very Preoahy trim. mlg. A light, ary touch is given to the bottom of the skirt by "four fasol nating rffles," s the maid who un peaked them remarked. These ruffle are made of the flmet black net em brodered lternately in green and pink ilk. As the ruffles near the back they extend higher upon the skirt, making the beak of the gown exceptionally pret ty. Though the bodice is of moire an tique the milk Is hardly visible. Two rills of the embroidered net form a bertha whioh flls over the oorsge. A twisted girdle of green and pink velvet enoiroles the waist, and pink and green ribbons reach from the ...

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. — 5 January 1894

SEAT FALLS OF THE MISSOURI A Adairable Artlee from the Pea et Habrert Heywood in freak Lesle's Illustrated. A Decription of His Visit to the Many Attractive Points In the Vicin ity of This City. Through the plateaus skirting the eastern base of the Rocky mountalns in Montana the Missouri river has cut a ehannel far beluw the surface. In this anyon roar the Great falls, where the mighty stream is projected over a ledge nearly 100 feet in height. No sign nor sound of this marvel of waters.s per leived within even a mile of the canyon. btarting from the town of Great Falls, the nearest point on the Great Northern railroad, one must proceed by carriage or horseback twelve miles over the roll ing plateaus. A slightly traveled road leads through pasture lands. Heavy wooden gates have to be opened and closed, and though following directions strictly one involuntarily exclaims, "Can this be the way to the Great falls?" After traveling many miles, as it seems, without hearing a sound of the ...

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. — 5 January 1894

CASC0ADE COUNTY. Numerous Account of the Doinge in Great alls Seven Years Ago. The Organisation of Cascade County Causes Great Rejocllng Among the Inhabitants. Hea. Charles M. Webster One of 'Em and He Makes a Public Confession. GazaT FAtLa, Dec. 29, 1893. To wam Erro or Tua TalnUn: I have Just been reminded today that your historical and geographical editor, "the Captain," called upon me about a month ago and requested me to write something for Tea Taseuna holiday number on the delectable subject, "Cas. oade County." I hardly know what to say, now that my time is up for writing, and I had forgotten all about my prom iee. S "The OGreat alls Tribuas." Beven years ago, when Will Hanks was nor and I was editor of Tar Taiavns, put in the Christmas month writing up Great Palls and northern Montana for the holiday edition of Ten WatLYB Tasisma. That was a year before Cas cade was born. But her advent was heralded in that paper. If you want samples of true prophetic vision I refer you to t...

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. — 5 January 1894

LOOK OUT FOR JANUARY BAR6AINS. W. B. RALEIGH & C.. . . . . I ViPPER SMELTER Continued from First page. at the upper end, over a line of ore bins Stending the full width, into which the ,,re from the mines fall from automatical y discharging cars. From these bis the ore is carried automatically through the building, till it is finally discharged at the lower end of the building in the form of concentrates into cars, which carry it to the smelter for further treat ment. Laving the bins the ores go first to the crushers, of which there are six, two 10z20 and four 4x10" then through the rolls four in number 16z26, it then passes through the hydrauli seo parators, twelve in number, passing next to the collum jigs of which there are ninety-six on the upper floor. The middlings from the jigs are then crushed by two 16s26 rolls, and again pass through hydraulic separators, four m number, and then through the thirty two collum jigs on the lower floor. The slimes then pass through the twe...

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. — 12 January 1894

'Me Metlle THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XIV. GREAT FALLS, MOr1TAWA, FRIDAY MORBNING, JANUARY 18, 1894. NUMBER 189 PAI BsOP ROBBED Dad Nen Doume and Gagged a Cf. age Pawnbroker's Clerk and Bobbed the oeth. They Are Said to Have Secured Plun- n der to the Vale of Nearly Ten E Thousand Dollars, Iaelatdig Gold Watebhe and Di mende-The Story Told by the Clerk. Cataceo, Jan. 10.-Three desperadoes emptured between $5,000 and $10,000 worth of plunder in the B.r loan omae, 5B Beadolph street, during business heos. The men escaped, though police i officers quickly began scouring the city for the robbers. Samuel Green owns the pawnshop. It was in charge of Lionel Greenburg, a clerk. He was bound and gagged be fore the men began operations on the stook. They were interrupted as they were pocketing the plunder by 10-year old Mary Clements, a neighbor's child. The robbers secured the girl and bound and gagged her. Her ablence led to the discovery of the robbery. She and young Greenbrsg were found h...

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. — 12 January 1894

Ilk. W.EKLY TRIBUNE s.msa La spLasmi laaremsel coetIas., The year 18i8 did pot witness the re pUdiation of a dagse obligation by any eaaty, chodl dktrot, or munailpality Ib she state of Mentan. Every obliga Mon was promptly et and wheno ta pyag tame came itpond the people mietlng their oblgations as promptly a In any orevious year. This wa a test that told the story of the people's con dition better them aaything else. The imss.sent, up to Dec. 1, 189, despite the panic, showed as increase of $5,000, 500 over 1892 in the assssed value of property in the state, divided among the sousties as follows: Inaer .... ..... a,ase a sas e r a ......... . r , e ,ut .. ......... .. ne i n 7 e! r . earit aamounte t .rison .... r..c...... . 11. T ` 44 . .. . c toes o r tu5,R iig." W a.ner ,, r. , ..fo . 1 . .t oar w it.. mo,une78 t1h4 OW e............... $c.ss4. 944 y%4reo7 In the total given above for the 1892 .e included ths railroad asoessments, but Ibis not included in the total given for 189...

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. — 12 January 1894

I UOFGRBATFALLS Opig s ERxpreard by Geadeam !Who Bav Vi.sd the .e a tr City. There Is No City in the Great Nerth east With As Mighty a Itumr1 Betre It. Nebkg Can loa er G t aells ft.m Beeemiag a Great Industrial Cater. AM. CannoN, founder of Spokane Fe, while in Great alls in November IUB: "It you butmkmu ee of a titheo the euormous advaut you poers, . . wllbhe the frmostlt y the inter. I ,, -montain region." NoSMA J. COLUMA, ax.oommlsioner of agriculture: "You have the water I power here to turn a million spindles, and transmute wool in the finest iabrfL . Not oaly in that respeot ma you acq uire to be a grt city, but yu have mineral welth around you equal to rey relon in thn'United aSttes Right hee is the entral, the natural point for melting8 that gold and silver ore so as to produos the metal in the degree ofpurity r qued lfor the world's market, In ddi ao to ll this the copper, coal and lime .aone hlch are so near your town must render hs place the central cily of the ceater of...

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. — 12 January 1894

I CUSTOI SIBLTBR A Streeo Plea ter the Establishmeat of a Castem Plant at Great' Palls. (Ores Can Be Treated Here Cheaper Than at Any Point in the West. It Would Be a Paying Investment From the Start-Some Reasons Therefor. It is remarkable that though Mon tana leads all other states in the copper product-from smelters (and soon to be) from refineries-only a traction of 1 per sent of the copper properties are now worked and developed. The cause is not far to seek. It is in the scientific methods and costly plants now used for the production of copper, which involve so vast an outlay for smelters and re fineries. This sum is not always at the command of the average mine owner or mining company. Thus mining prop erties almost innumerab'e lie idle year by year, some patented, some having an aual assessment work done, but all un productive, because why? Because there is no custom copper smelter in Montana, and the majority of claims will not yield a profit if long and costly transportati...

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