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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 13 June 1891

Mont Histordal io THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Umi VIII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 18, 1891. NUMBER 91 't Miss It!' WHAT? NATHAN'S t Special Sale CLOTHING 'rO TSKE PLACE ON DAY AND TUESDAY, NE 15th and 16th, will be the greatest crusher of tat over was offered in Great e line of goods we offer are stock, all purchased this d have an elegant "appeatunce e coat." In fact these prices ulously low and it may appear le to you to obtain a neat, well hionable and stylish suit for of 85, but we ask you to inves and satisfy yourselves on this The clothes we offer at 815 are and nothing like them has ever ered in Montana for less than e quote below a few of our spec a, during the special aule. It you to look through them: ill offer a line of Men's Suits, g of - ek(hevkot , Roth 6I1i.0 us Fisanol.nrl worth S11Ltilt.. ,dfl ,rtetof i'loid klannels ~U t (.'ulors ..... ...... . Plait Chevot, M od, worth $15.L0 ... . I. Gra ihe, it Scotcl, $1.50 Story Cuo~lutre. worth ray Sco tch Ceit wor...

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. — 13 June 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JUNE 15. 1891. MONEY WANTED. It is a condition, not a theory, which confronts the government this time. Money is wanted, and wanted badly. Fifty-one million dollars of government bonds, drawing interest at the rate of 41.. per cent., nature and are payable nest September - ninety days from date. More than this, that amount of money is needed by hunks and business men throughout the country to move the fortheoining crops. The government has not the money in the treasury to meet tb er nmiands. Secretary of the Treas u . : ter met d lar, e nmbetr of repre v- s of hauls and brokers in New I u in ile days ago ,o consider the l.a .The result of the conference is citon.-d in a resolutior which appeareld in t 'Tiriiune's dispatches yesterday morni ig. 11 wa.. agrie-i that the i tie for the naturing of the it. per cents. should he ext oiled at a jper cent. rate of interest. This resolution was unani miusly adopted in the face of as quite aI unanimity of opinion ...

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. — 13 June 1891

T SilAUHTER IN HAYTI. ent ilypolite Precipitates a Rev don by His Ubnhuman Treat. ment of Suspects. NS SHOT DOWN LIKE DOS. to and His Government Thor ghly Alarmed at the Fury They Have Stirred Up. 800 Persons Killed Between y 26 and June 1-Business Practically Suspended. T-At-PRIaeC, June 8.--The massa St. Bartholomew sinks into insig co beside the scenes enacted here e last few days. For the last two or weeks there has been rumors that olution against Hypolite was immi in this capital, and these having ed the ears of the chief executive used the arrest of about eighty sus persons, dragged them from their and put them in irons in prison. 1 ng the suspected was Gen. Sully, hearing he was wanted, hid him Failing to secure the general him wife was taken instead and into prison. outbreak of rebels occurred on ay, May 26. while President Hip was attending church, a former et minister at the head of eighty were, all well armed, stormed the n and released 260 political and r prisoners. The...

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. — 13 June 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JUNE I. 1891. PRINCE OF WALES ROASTED. The Prince of Wales is less than human if he does not surfer many a day from the unmerciful roasting he received at the hands of Sir Edward Clarke. lead ing consul for sir William t Jordon Curn miings in the famous Iacearat seidial trial. The eminent hdrrister gave the Prince a taste of what was coating by intimiating that the presenee of the Prince of Wales in the tourt would not prevent him fro it making any comment ne.esary. This unhtard of plain language astonished the todies who are ever ready to < atie atteitunlne upon royalty, while tie Prince himself nervous ly crossed his lhgs and held his breath wlhil' Sir I'wtv Ir cotnitiued. saoing that Sir ('harl's ahu:ist 1I hail thservrd that ,'i n if tli jury founI fir t le plaintiff the military aothoritioy would tale' the' matttr up. and that the nauie of Sir William (,ordion Cusnnting- wonhi beI stricken fritm tiio army list. HIere is wli r' Sir l1i1wartl got ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 13 June 1891

WEEKLY TRIBUNE. RAY OF THE FALLS. wIE(NEADAY 4 DAILY. M. Caldwell filed in the re office yesterday a bond for a a thirtieth interest in the Wilson son system of storage reservoirs, arles McIntyre. Redding, late of the Judith 1Ba purchased of Meyendorff & Co. tire stock of cigars, etc., and will the business in the future. Any ing outstanding accounts please e same with Meyendortf & Co. of Great Falls was the scene of a rapping match last evening bo 'Thai. I~oyle suaod anlt Tunknown Ian or aSLIWof $0. he tight it hour and a half, and ended by fnown knocking Doyle out in the third round. ra M. Caldwell of Helena recorded lay a bond for a deed from J. 1). yre for the north half of the south uartdr the northeast quarter of the west quarter, the northeast quarter he northwest quarter of section 30, he west half of the southeast quart east half of the southwest quarter he southwest quarter of the south vuarter of section i1) in township lo, (f range 1 east. THURSDAY S DAILY. e cou...

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. — 13 June 1891

SIR JOHN MACDONALD DEAD, The Great Canadian Statesman Passes Quietly Away Surrounded by Friends. HIS DEATH CASTS A BLOOM OVER CANADA. Church Bells Tolled to Convey the Sad Intelligence of the Pre. mier's Death to Waiting Thousands. A Man Whose Noble Qualities Et. deared Him tothe Hearts of the Canadian People. SI JOHN MACDONALD DEAD. He Passes Quietly and Peacefully Away Surrounded by Friends. OrrAWA. Ont.. June 6.-Sir John Mac Donald is no more. The distinguished statesman who has guided the political destinies of Canada for nearly half a century. passed peacefully away at 10:15 tonight. surrounded by the entire house hold. Lady MacDonald who bore up so bravely during the fatal illness, is now prostrated with grief. All the church bells are tolling and thousands of citizens are expressing deep regret at the premier's demise. For hours the mem bers of the household had been watch ing at the bedside waiting to see life de part. Although physicians declared last night that Sir John co...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 13 June 1891

EEKLY TRIBUNE SATURDAY'S DAILY. ains of Bassett, the conductor ontana Central who died in ow days ago, went east on yea gin. aLargent will raduate in a from the Helena Business col she has made rapid progress of studies, and is popular with teachers and scholars of that .-Rising Sun. tch received in Helena an the wedding in Chicago, on t. of Miss Ml. A. Dickinson to the well known merchant. is a sister of the first Mrs. details have been received. nt. William Stafford, the genial edly popular superintendent coal mines at Lethbridge, is having just arrived from Red re he had been looking over nes at that place. The gen es for his home this morning. interested in fine stock should read the advertisement in lumn of three Cleveland Bay or sale. These splendid an om the stable of Mr. James J. e Great Northern and were im him. They are fine animals. a prize for any horse owner es to improve his hand. They rses for Montana. Haven, the New York real es aceo.,ipanied by his wife and ived fro...

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. — 13 June 1891

The Rhyming Clothier hasa word to say STRICTLY ONE PRICE I Upon th ~ect of your Clothes today. He fain would may it in much pleaming ven That all the world would read him madn. ___________n.___________________ He'll see no man athirst-on him the drinks. Your thirst assuaged? Now listen while he sings: 'Tie time you bought your summer-weather things, Unless your wants already you've supplied. He has the goods you need; and he takes pride In showing all who come his splendid stock He has-let's see-But "s ' And quoting prices that are clear down to bedrock. A qarter'o th pace forbids' to tell A qu~arter of the things e has to sell. ATE ce o may that anything you need, 'ATHE RHYMING CLOTHIER. dltthe owest p.oemever n'.. FIRST NATIONAL BANK O OF GREAT FALLS. MONT. duthoried Capital P'aid up Capital ........ ..... t~ 11300 oFVIcUas: T. E. Collins......... .........President J. T. Armineton. ..Vite President A. H. Dickermnan..................... 'ashier H. H. Matteson............. ...Assis...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 June 1891

E" THE WEEK Y I SIXTEE.N PAGES Mont' "H" E VIII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORlNIN\G, JUNE 19. 1891. NUMBER 160 & MOUiANA SMELTER nd Interesting Information t Thin Great Smelting Plant. pleted This Year at a Cost e and a half Million Dollars. to he Erected to Reduce melter Product to Pure Copper. on of the Smelter, Concentra Stack, Flue, Water Power. Etc. - A Mammoth Enterprise. y of Men to be Employed Railroulad Irons Will be ~ . Kept Hot. s Contends That the Tireat r Smeltere Most of ecessity be Built at g reat Falls. Falls is destined to be distinct smelting and manufacturing city. rese in this direction has al n made in the location here of I e silver-lead smelter of the melting company (in successful n) and of the great copper smel the Boston & Montana company. advanced in construction. In I n to these the Butte & Boston 1 cided to locate its new smelter. is to be a mammoth one, at this and it is a matter of but a short 1 until work on this third plant will progr...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 June 1891

WONDERFUL BUILDING RECORDI The Mosct Marvelous Gtrowth in Mon tana or the West-A Building He. cume That Speaks Volumes. Nourished by ('apital. Founded On Never Failing Resources, a Build ing Boom Inaugurated. Which, Sustained by a Constant Demand for Homes and Business Blocks, is Going On and On and On. The Magnificent Structures, Stately Dwellings and Imposing Public Buildings Which '91 Sees. "By their fruits ye shall.know them." Wheat grows not out from the rocks nor do the mountain firs bear fruit meet for a cook's delicate creations. Neither does a city which has nothing build for itself handsome and permanent structures, and then, when it has built these, go on and build yet more. There are cities, even in this free country, the siren prom ises of which lure the unwary for a time, but whose promises surely fade into nothingness, and even on the expansive and marble cheeks of their boomers the finger of logic traces the legend: "Thus far and no farther." Such has not been the ch...

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. — 19 June 1891

"ý P~S`M`'`°'4''=Ar. dt..: :_'!º" S.d ' , \. 5' X1 .5 A '*r1T \-\!YA\ \ ... \5 \ \ \:Ac A \':ý FIR2 ':..'ý "F°.. ` \ A/ REAL ESTATE INVESTORS , KEEP YOUR ON BARKER! Railroad will be completed August 1, 1 891. For particulars write BARKER TOWNSITE COMPANY, / K/ S/ / .REAT FALLS, MONTANA. / \":."t" \ . C': . l.'' \'.. \ f \ \'. \ \.5 \\ \ : \ \ \ \' \ \ \ S \ S \ S S \S \ \5 \ \ \. \ \ \ .5\ --.- -.- ~ - - Coutine!d fromt Page 4. WONDERFUL BUILDING RECORD, Itisonet of thlc mIost completely fur -ished Intrmaries in the state, is two ssries. furnishlld with an ofllice, operat . root. strong rooms for violents, t ro<oms. superintendent's private _eea, neat bedroomns. and with every a+fort and essential. its .mot was OTH: I III SIN ESi ILOCKS. kuIcturre. tIiht llOenate the lHI and S1pretad of Grl-lt I.at.ll': ConutmertIIll Interests. Anolther Iuilling, whose lint prop)'r tions will s.oon Ihe showin aove the sid iwlk t o t m'l Iti r onu- .. is the Itea h- I ly thli k. t 1,rll h S.( C. ....

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 June 1891

THE DAILY TRIBUNE. PUBIUMMID DAILY AMD WHEKLY BY THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHiNG COMPANY. [ Ircoro.ATrD. I SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subscriptions muste paid in advance. DAILY. WEEKLY. One year.by sal,810.00 , Onu. year. by mail. $3.00 Smonths. .00 8i= months, One month. 1.00 Three montt s." LOU One week, by carrier, dlingle copy, - 5 All city subecribersto Daily delivered by carrier. Advertising rates tarnished on application. The oironlatlon of the Tribune In Northern Montana is garanteed to exceed that of any pa. per aubihed I the stat. dubribe s dsiring their address changed( must send their former address: this should be remembered. Address: TRIauxN P8ULINMNG COMPANY. Great Falls. Montana. FRIDAY. JUNE 19i. M1. GREAT FALLS' Ir'ATER POIWER There are problems the finite mind can not solve, and an energy in action it can not comprehend. The possibilities wrapped up in a cyclone; the tremen dous energy in thunderbolts; the count ing of the sands of the sea; the separa tion of the molecules i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 June 1891

IRA E HUB. X, are interested in what is in the Clothing business ur store. We can save you as well as money. an admirable assortment, bing AN D SFurnishings season. Excellent, exclu nd economical. They please e! They please the body! please the pocket! Gar S ts for youth, for manhood, Bold age -unsurpassable in ma t Jl, or fit, or workmanship. Try a pair of our Shoes. They Sare solid, stylish and low-priced. its THE HUB, First Avenue South. :* ; HE HUB, A" arpe Indeed a carpet house like this 4 would be a no\city. We haven't one, but in another sens: we have the best carpet house in the city. All styles ,of carpets and all prices. Good, better and b.s.t, but none of the pl)oorer grade. It doesn'tl Ipay to bu)y these or use them. L.ook at the prices and cmpare the quality with the higher priced goods elsewhere. Rugs. mattings, etc., in a variety of styles. Our general line of Furniture is not excelled in the state. Respectfully, Wm. ALBRECHT, Oppoeite Park Hotel. SPRAY OFi THE FAILS....

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 June 1891

THE IRRIGATION PROBLEN Northern Montana Especially Adapte For Profitable C(ltivation With the Aid of Water. The State Should at the Earlies Practicable Moment Enact Needed Laws on the Suaject. The Vast Volumes of Water Flowing to Waste Should be Applied to the Redemption of Arid Lands. As increased demands are made upon the capacities of western lands the question of irrigation naturally comes to the front for consideration. And owing to the cause named this question must become a very prominent one in the near future. The government has made a few moves in this direction, but thus far there seems to be but little hope the present generation of men will be benefited by what the authorities at Washington may do. Maj. Powell is the old man of the sea upon the neck of gov ernmental irrigation enterprises, and until he die or the real friends of irriga tion in the west can displace him or nullify his influence the irrigation of arid lands through government aid is simply the dream of vi...

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. — 19 June 1891

? YOU don't want any inferior Clothing. Many men do; but do YOU? There are firms that cater to the "cheap" trade. An advertised cheap price, but an UNadvertised cheap grade of goods, tells the story. We have the best grades of goods, and we also have the best prices---"best" in this latter sense mean U ? ing the lowest prices possible for desirable Clothing. Don't you think that, under the circumstances, it would be proper to come in and SEE our goods be fore buying? NOW ? NHATE WERTHEIM, The One-Price Clothier. ORAL BAIK. en BEAT FALLS. MONT. tal.... *. . i, 0 00. o s: ....... Porressi deat . ..... Vi .e t J. .. . .. .. . u .nid h l I, sist cashr bnsiness tranasated. Ex Interest 1lo , ti eoit ADB BARK et JEAT FALLS. bONT. t, td under the laws of Mo. taea April 1. Plp. l.n ......Alpl point Chi ter F. P. Atkinstion eto in-1 ~ ,loreJl on t.t. E ells, . Oa inee bouinee transacted. In RITY BANK OBEAT FALLS. MONT. ndeor rtelas of to April ,1Oas:. re.Vi. ........ President ........... ......

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 June 1891

A LEADING MONTANA FIRM. Excellent Management, Intelligent Em ployes. a Large and Well-Select ed Stock and an Immense Buainesa. The FIie Bach-Cory Building and its Tenants--One of Great Falls Great eat lsitutlons -A Perfect ~9se Throughout. On the northeast corner of Centra avenue and Park drive may be seen on of the finest buildings in the state. I is the Bach-Cory block, costing 875.00( This building was begun in May of 18t0 and in April last was ready for its occu pants. It contains four stories and i basement, is built of pressed brick, has i frontage of fifty feet on the avenue and extends rearwaward 150 feet. The base ment is occupied by the firm of Bach Cory & Co. as a wareroom. The ground floor and part of the second floor arc used by the same firm. The remainder of the second floor and the third floor are occupied by offices and the fourth floor contains the elegant rooms of the Rainbow club. one of the finest in the west. The building is in itself a model of magnificent...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 June 1891

THE DAILY TRIBUNEJ e6. i.i-g camp- 1--. theages 9"I6. \town of Barker is J" TowLt oo E Townsite cotpr ..lls. Tb L.ihTi. VIII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRITDAY MORNING, JUNE 19, 1891. NUMBER 157 , NATHAN, The Clothier, special attention to meeting the wants of . growers, Ranchmen and Miners. N EXPERIENCE of twelve years in the clothing business in northern tana warrants him in saying he ws what is wanted by the trade and repared to furnish it. ---SOI E AGENTS FOR CELEBRATED ILK, SOFT and DERBY HATS. 3 Weekly Special Sales S Are very popular. Mail orders will receive prompt atten tAon. ~ .. ,tath l . (aI;E AT IF 1LLS, 21ONT. Great Falls Stables GOOD STOCK -:- FINE RIGS. TERMS REASONABLE. Cor. Second Ave. S. & Third St. Tele phone 126. E. W. PECK, Prop. LYNCH & HARRIS, BRICKMAKERS, Great Falls, Mont. We have now a large amount of Brick ready for the Market and at IReasonable Prices. Yard, In Sand Coulee Valley, Address LYNCH & HARRIS, Creat Falls. J. M. DAHL'S Merchant Tailori...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 June 1891

A Profitable Visit. It usually is of great interest to ladies and also men to read something in re gard to a large dry goods house, espec ially in a community in which they trade or where they should. We intend to write of the leading dry goods house of northern Montana and it is a question it it is not the largest in the state. The house of which Joe Conrad is the pro prietor is the oldest business of its kind in Great Falls and fast as the city has grown it has not equaled the growth of this house, which would do ample credit to any eastern city of 30,000 population. As you enter the store room devoted to exclusive dry goods and notions, you are at once astonished at the elegant and lavish display of rich goods. At our right we were shown black dress goods and silks of every price and quality, showing at a glance that this popular house is catering to a popular trade. Adjoining the black goods are the color ed wool dress goods, and we were shown such an array of Henriettas, serges...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 June 1891

Scstral Cltl of One of the alehest rlesg eamps is the World. town of Barker is owned by the Townsite company, main office at alil. The president and general r is Thomas Gahagan, while T. line, president of the First Na bank, is treasurer. town is located on a slightly un g bench sloping gently to Wyan ountain, and overlooks Belt and creeks. On every side, at a short , rise the mountains of the Belt sheltering the town from winds rms. The combination of forest mountains, valley and rushing produces not only a region of un scenic beauty, but one of the wnsite locations that is to be any mining camp. VANT MINERAL ,DEP'OSITS. ountains surrounding the town seamed with veins of gold, silver, d other valuable minerals. Man ountain lies just south of town. mountain are the famous Ontario er mines. Galena creek and the d, with a depot on the townsite, the west of the town, and to the and east one sees nothing but and tunnel sites that show off the dollars' and days' work that have spent in o...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 June 1891

THE DAILY TRIBUNE. PtULISHED DAILT AND WBILT IT THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. [tloo9rOrATED.] SUISCRIPTION RATES. Mail subscriptions must be paid in advance. DAILY. I WIKLT. One year.by malll.00 I Ona year. b mail. $.00 Six months. 5.100 i months 1.0 I One month. 1.00. Three montts.' 1.00 One week, by carrier2i5 Single copy. . S All oity subecribersto Daily delivered by carrier. Advertising rate furnished on application. The circulation of the Tribune in Northern Montana is uaranteedl to exceed that of any pa. per publislied in the state. Sobscribers desiring their address changed must send their former address: this should be rmembered. Addrees: TRIBaKYE PUBLtaHINO (CoxPANY. Groat Falls. Montana. FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1991. ABOUT 'OOL I'RIC'ES. There are not at the present writing any reliable data at hand to indicate the ruling price for Montana wool during the season. Advices from the east state that: "Only a few small lots, chiefly odds and ends of Montana wools, are in stock. Ther...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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