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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 2 February 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME N v. RltEAT FALLS, MONlTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2, 1894. NUMBER 205 NO GENErIL CIT.11 The eaerll Superl eudent of the Union Paeie T 'rl About dt,C Courta 0 er. i e Says There Has ten No oenerl ii Cut, Out Only a l I')autment t of Wag .. e Jfue Dnddy's Orde' - tltains the i Employes oft f lo, d :. ,t Striking Duxvnt, Jan. 81.-(-enu.al Snpe'tn tedent Doael of the UnioPacit, . who eturned from Omaha, as, emphatc-' ally the is noI lf y, w ages by that spetTm. T . action is adtbing more than an ealisattui, of . w sge, which have been rontemltated I "For a long time," sait Mr. Dmsel, the mn mo our lines JIy tbet re calving meoe than they sally esned through the conatructivem.ileage sys tem. For instance, the ngiwnmi'n on the Cheyenne division I irron; this cIty, 106 miles, have been adited with 117 miles, and the men o' e Wyoming I ivielon, who run 101 n s have been paid for 150. There a seve-al other oem of th mem kind, .oh at' .onrse aer wOIMlnand hIOn. ...

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. — 2 February 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE TIB TRIBUNE maken advertisian eontracts on the distinct guaratee that its elrewlatleo in the city of Great allb and outside the city of Great Falls s greater than that t anay other nevspaper published in Great Falls. albscriptlion ooks always open to ad. iertisers. The csar of Russia receives ;no salary. His income arises from 1,000,000 square miles of land, comprising farms, forests, mines, and other resources.By strict economy his imperial majesty manages to worry along on his income of $12,000,000 a year. A wife-beater was chased out of town by the citizens of Valparaiso, Ind., last week, and warned not to show his face there again on penalty of being treated with a coat of tar and feathers. The wretch deserved the treatment he re ceived, even though the manner of ad ministering it was a trifle off-color from a legal point of view. The annual report of the commission ers for the insane has been made to Gov. Rickards. The report covers the operations of the insa...

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. — 2 February 1894

SPRAY O1P TB IALLS. POM PUIDAYr' DAILY. Peter Buass of B.tte, has been els Master Workman of the Knighi Labor of Montena. armera from Upper Sand Coul tr that there will be a larger a' Swheat sown in 1804 than evert Marred, by Rev. Mr. Carleon a p Coens, Jan, 18. 184. Erlok Ericl c1 Sand Omnie and Clara Amelia a of Gr Oat PaIls. Thse ae of W. T. Stuobel b os, the distriot court, on a ¶ Jstie's court, was dismlssed 'a b Judge Beaton. B. W. u. l late bueinet :r .t tb l S erw, has beer 'd l at Bir.amlok, Germar as- g Eameistes patent for 8 for 20 2acres of land in towr and 80 north. range 2 ot, cade "" lty, is now at the Hole , ie. srd Detective C eated SilOifPrdy for peddling a li ase int e . ty. She w before Jostice Hawklds and find .,ote. The report omal m a, Wyo., a that over b00 m VI' ' at that t point to work on tl - , as soon 1 reatoo~°pens up. d lead to B SBetween Wedneed ing and a Thursday noon 80,( ,atl estate I changed hands, and y over fifty t men were on the grc ilect lots ...

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. — 2 February 1894

WE WILL SELL MONDAY We will continue all spech 3s of last Amoskeag Apron Check Ginghams at week, together with a big cut i 5 Cents a Yard. " DRESS GOC S. W. B. Raleigh & Co. . W. B. Ralelh & . XITCHELL'S ANKLE These on the Inside Are Laughlng at the Reported InJury-It Is Not Authenticated. rady Says If Mitchell Appears In the Rlng It Will Be to Save His Forfeit, And Prediets That He Will Either Deliberately Foul Corbett or Lay Down. JAcxso.,vnLz, Jan. 24.-Those who are on the "inside" are beginning to laugh at the rumor of Mitchell's sprained ankle. He was said to have hurt it going up the light house stairs, but as nobody was with him at the time the sprain is not authenticated. William A. Brady, manager of James J. Corbett, arrived in Jacksonville from Mayport during the morning. He had risen earlier than the champion pugilist, and after hearing of Mitchell's back down, exacted a pledge from all those who are stopping at Corbett's traLing quarters to keep Corbett in ignora...

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. — 2 February 1894

PIA RY ISIT : Smalley, Well Known .nreualit, Vi. Great Falls Once ,re. rised at the ,Vonderfnl Growth Sandl Prim rity of the ;ty. onday morn E. V. Smalley, the I-known jour let, arrived on the de train by p iate oar from the west. is lia thin ;islt to Great Falls, his visit ,wr about ten years ago, on be iraau ., big spring below the y the , l .Giant Spring." At this in (;::.t I .e was very small, the rvey or th .t having only just been ishl , ive yeours ago he made ,ther vih,, .eou tbo city had probab au pptule. of 600. - r .' twoive of Ta_ TasIsa via I r ey in 1h °t I had a sa. .i ,ant chatitbor.llng in -. Nt, ,,, stated his special object thi: tri v.,e to look over the Great hrn .ala ay's Pacifilo extension, as to vi ,v the progress made in Great Is sir,, , bib last visit, the journey be mada, at the request of J. J. Hill. -e ; pressed himelif as very much 'ee and surprised at the progress i y Great Falles and spekin of i netic works of theBoston & on ab e said that when a pe...

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. — 2 February 1894

TO VISIT WILLIAM. Prince Bismarck 8igalles His Inten tion of Waiting Upen the Em peror Next Week. This In Response to the. Receipt ot a Present of Some Wine From the Emperor. The News of the Reconciliation Halled With Great 8atisfletion Through out the Empire. Bastm, Jan. 25.-The aide de camp of Emperor William. Colonel Von Moltke, has called at Friedricharahe and has presented Prince Bismarck with a bottle of very old wine, sent to the ex chancellor by the emperor. The bottle of wine was accompanied by an auto graph letter, in which the emperor con gratulated Prince Bismark upon his re covery from his recent attack of in luenza. The Cologne Gazette, referring to the present of the bottle of wine, says that Prince Bismarck, in replying to Count Von Moltke, said that he would wait upon the emperor at Berlin at the be. I ginning of next week. Of (;ret Importance. Tihe greatest inlportance is attached here and throughout Germany to the reconciliation between Prince Bismarck and Emperor...

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. — 2 February 1894

L'HE iR LT FIGHT. low (arbeuT and Mitchell Lost the fres attle at Jack. Iivlle. The Details o .the Much Advertised Mill-II- aa Easy For the hamplon. Duval Club nmereiftlly Scored For Lack o auterprise In the Ar rangements. JAcuSOr" u~L, Jan. 5.--For the first Mme sincF e has been acknowledged head of t' ,pugilistie fraternity of the world, J isa J. Corbett has defended with mu s4 the title which he won by defeatir his predecessor, John L. Sul. livan. Pitted against the boasted ex ponent f the manly art in England, Amer i's brawny representative has prove 'his Atness for the place of honor whic his sinews and muscles won for him nd the tail of the British lion has bee" severely stepped upon by the foot of t e mighty bruiser from the West. slere is exultation in the land, and Clirles Mitchell is groveling in the dust cqLiefeat, heaping imprecations on his i"luck, and mingling with them vain greta of his inability to whip his iictor. The British pugilist has attended his pugile.tic fun...

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. — 2 February 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE THE TRIBUNE makes advertleln contracta on the distinct guarantee that its elrealatlea in the city of Great aills and outside the city of Great Falls is greater than that of any other newspaper published in Great Falls. subeerlption books always open to ad. vertisers. On Saturday the national banks of New York City held 8109,043,000 in ex cess of the legal requirements. The house committee on 'rules agreed on Saturday to order the allowing of the income tax to be offered as an amendment to the tariff bill, giving Monday and Tuesday for the general debate, and Wednesday for debate on the amendments under the five minute rule, with a general debate in the even ing. The vote on the tariff bill will be taken Thursday noon. A telegram from San Francisco says that official figures from the midwinter fair headquarters show that ;,.48 peo ple passed through the turnstiles Satur day, the opening day. Of this number over 00,000 paid the regular admission fee of 50 cents. So ...

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. — 2 February 1894

TH IRON ORKS The Great Falls Ireo ( Gives Em. ployment to a Lars her of Skilled Work Equipped With All the 'n Ma chlaery and Applian e quired in the Baels THE FINEST IN THE T. A Genral Deselpton Of the Con.' Works, Foundry, Workehoi Storehlouse, El,,. Monster Casting Weighing Two T, the Largest Yet Made by the Foundry. Friday afternoon a represeutative' of Tta TRnauNm visited the works of the Great Falls Iron company, between Eighth and Ninth avenues north and Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets. Arriving at the company's office and being introduced to A. Campbell, Ihe general foreman of the works, the geun tleman courteously offered to escort the scribe around the works and show what might be interesting to TiHE TRInuNI , readers. Inquiry showed that the works occu pied a whole-block, the Great Northern exteaslon running along the north side and the electric street railway being on the south. The company is organized under the laws of Montana, the officers being L. S. Woodbury, presi...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 2 February 1894

... Any Cape, Jacket, or Wrapper in Our ... In our west show windov we show a large Show Window at COMMENCING fine line of Dress Patterns which ' shall sell at - $4.95 .- --*E $3.50 > S. . This in many oases is less than one-half Mlonl , Jai. 29. and put in Lining3. This is t biggest offer the regular price. All garments in stock will be we ever made in Dress Good offered at a Big Reduction. WE WILL SELL W. B. Raleigh & Co. W. B. Ral gh & Co. GEORGE'S ,'{1 E)LE. Ihe House Will Have a chance to Vote on a Single 'laL Propo sitmon. 'o Be Offered as a Substitute to the Income Tax Section of the Wil son Bill. relieved It Will Have Many Sup porters From the South and West WA.ssurnow, Jan. 81.-The feature bf the debate upon the Wilson bill that has been meost saurprisng is the unex pectedly streng sentiment in the direc tion of free trade and single tax theories developed among the Democrats of the West and South. Representative Sreckinridge of Kentucky called atten tion in one ...

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. — 9 February 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE LUME XIV. GRIAT FALLS, MONTANA. FIIIDA Y MOI.NING, FEBIRUARY 9, 1894. NUM3BE: 1 N IRON KINC- I PRINCSSITN PARI. T V TtP LUT A 1)TMBicEI I XN IRON KING. n D. Rockefeller Secures Control of the Principal Iron Mines of the World. Account of the Stringency In Money He Has Squeezed the Merritts Out. Is Said to liarv Secured Their inig" I nterests at a Ridiculously Low Figure. YORK, Feb. 7.--John D. Rocke has obtained absolnte control of t important iron mines of the SStates. By a deal that was Friday he absorbed all the Lake :or mine and all the big ones in To do this has only cost him be $9,000,000 and $10,000,000. He le to accomplish this only because cent financial crisis. me time Mr. Rockereller has ying blocks of stock and bonds bern iron mines. Alhoo when the of the Minnesota Iron company t placed upon the market he a large quantity of them. It is t he has for months owned oak and bonds in this company it. The Minnesota Iron com the great mines at Tower and the D...

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. — 9 February 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE TBE TRIBUNE makes advertising contracts on the distinct gnarantee that its circulation in the city of Great Palls and outside the city of (;reat Falls is greater than that of any other newspaper pnh!ithed in (;reat Falls. :nillberittionl Ibook, always open lo ad vertisert. The stale Reform 4hn.m. This much needed institution, which is located at Miles City, will be ready ol or about March 1. It cost the state *t2, Otl to erect the building, which is $:.00t0) lees than the appropriation made by the legislature for the purpose. Speaking of the school Gov. Rickurds says: "I feel a great interest in this institution not only because it was the result of my rec ommendation to tlhe legislature, butbe cause it is so much needed. On the oc casion of my first visit to the penit n tiary at Deer Lodge I saw something that convinced me of the necessity of having a reform school. There are ac commodations in the main building at Deer Lodge for about 250 men. There were :360 th...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 9 February 1894

A SCHEME FAILED. the Sweet and O'Connor Land Deal Knocked Out by the Wisconsin Supreme Court, And They Will Not G(et Land Worth $200,000, Which They So Badly Wanted. The Tracts In Question Are In Vilas and Iron Counties and Bear Choice Pine. MADISON, Wis., Feb. 2.-The au preme court defeated Benjamin Sweet of Milwaukee and John O'Connor of Waukesha, in their attempt by virtue of technicality to compel tile public land ommissioners to sell to thern 42,000 res of choice timbered land in the to park in Vilas and Iron counties. o land is worth j:200,000. The coln icsionrs c"aia the lawi had been ithdrawwn fromlt entry, ulit Sweet and 'Connor Iaintained that thety p1s ed no lawful right to withhold the da fromll try. AN ORIantiNAL DI:Eii. igation oa an Extensive Nature as to Western teserve Lands. CLEVELAND, 0., Feb. 2.-A question to the ownership of valuable lands aimed by the Lake Shore, Cleveland d Pittsburg road, has arisen as a alt of the unexpected finding of the ginad deed of 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. — 9 February 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE THE TRIBUNI* makes advertising contracts on the distinct guarantee that its circulation in the city of Great Falls and outsrile the city of Great Falls is greater than that of any other neWrlvlalr pnubh-hed in tireat Falls. nll.tcriptionl books always l:ten to ad-ll. .lii- t, iris of thirty nite'd States sen , rt pire n Mirch :;, l:.l. sixteen re I-obliaunt aiAl fourteen demniocrate. The ,.unit senate ii con,lpoSted of forty-four :emcratt, thirt ,uight republicans, and ;t po- u ; t 'J !'tlr' a e t h r " t Va ',V, q o i t t i. . ' fol kIung fromi the I;,, ht, . (' ml.int :u : ll!ll'ti of ,liatlllllu r.' , , . ,i i ,L , + I t!+i.· I' I i "t \ 1t t11i ct iiit S 1ii l .l, I rtt'l tie grli eaI ell in (Boston to farther this cause, t I roneeting was-n citesposed of l·gislators. +r :,ilroad preie.ts. . ulerchal nts. and id ,her proIlinent citizens. .- systematic alt 'lort is goung to he made to advance a ,t, e cause of intelrnational bi . etallisi b y ictures.e plublic d...

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. — 9 February 1894

iGEORGE W. CHILDS. Last Hours of the Noted Philadelphia Philanthropist and Editor. His Last Illness. - 'lis Remains Will Probably be Placed 1 Belside Those of His Lifelong Friend, A. J. Dlrexel. Sketch of His Life and Kind Words by His Brother Editors of Philadelphia. PIHLA.n.mnIA, Feb. 5.-The death of George Childs, the noted editor and philanthropist, occurred at 3:01 a. io. At midnight his physicians stated that * was steadily growing worse and that a ; a death was only a question of a very w hours. From that time till the end sank very rapidly. S ir. Childs' Last Illness. Mr. Childs' last illness began with a nting spell which seized him while he s in his office in The Ledger building 5 o'clock on the afternoon of Thurs , Jan. 19, just as he was putting on a overcoat, preparatory to go to his me. From that time on there have , n alternating periods of hope and ar, as the senmi-daily bulletins an unced changes for ba, tar or worse til at midlnight cate lthe nnounce ent tihat hope...

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. — 9 February 1894

AGAINST THE 800. The Wisconsin Supreme Court De cides It Must Pay Its License Fee to the State. If Not Paid at Once the Road Will Probably hio Into tile Hands of a Receiver. Union Pacific Ei l lployes lReported to Decline to Arccept the New Schedule. MIL.wA'KEE, Feb. 1. -A special from Madlison. W\is.. to The Evening Wiscon sin says: Attorney Gieneral O'Connor was granted a writ of quo warranto against ottfiers of tl.t Minneapolis, St. Paul and .ittlt St'. Marie railway by the sullrelme court, thet effect of which will be to throw the road into the hands Iof receive.r uIl'",'. it at ollnce pIayS It purtitn of t'llh lictjut, toe due, about .2.tl1. into the slate turautry. It ap pears from his pettition, that ilthe relport of the rolad IttI 15 li2. i d April 6, 1ItJ, hllwed the anullvatt ti its hlCense dutie the state to bea about ~'- 0011. half paid at the time reports tiled. the other half re quired by st:ltute to be paid on or before Ang. 100.it " states thle comtlpally has neglect...

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. — 9 February 1894

1SPRAY OF TBu FALtl,. PROM PRIIDAY'S DAILY. r. J H. Murphy official surgeon of Great Northern railway, died in St. ul on Wednesday. arsons owning clay belds. sand or datone are requieted to leave sam at the Hoard ut 'ITrade roomn. liet B. Elkii r' ,\sel uip ,' . his horne ad ranch yester.day. It is situated in nahip 10; norl l, railg" ta art. men Teague oIf lpper Sand Coculee registered at the Milwllvau'cte. lie iS e of the oldest reccsiArtsl (t the south .t of UascaClude O.uity. he district court of Cl.oteau county I convene at Io'ut Btenton. Monday, . 1, the jurors will Ibe summoned to rt on the "ilih. Ity Marshal Poitct reports flfty arreste in the cit) during the tbh of Janaryc I'hic is a die tcease r I)ecemiiier airl'. tis learned Ihl.t c,'idtrachilo work been done in the 1'It ( U.nttie nIon district the p.c.,t a~ . .tso. 'lice boys e faith in their propec:ts. everal farmere from Uppelr Sund lee were in the city yestertday on d busines ,onnected with the open of townships newly...

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. — 9 February 1894

WE WILL SELL MONDAY, FEB. 4th An eight-button Mosq. Genuine Mocha Glove at 75c. Reduced from c1.7'. ('Cath on and get you a most dturable street glove for .At per cent less than it cost to import themt . .11 tizvtes tout ., to . W. B. RALEIGH & CO. TO ORDER A STRIKE It Is Said That Such Is the Decision of the Northern Pacific Rlepresen tatives. The Sews Said to Have Been Sent In a Cipher Iispatch From St. Paul. Text of the Resolution Introduced by the ('hairman of the House Labor Committee. T.ACOMA. Wash., Feb. 7.-Cipher ad vices from the chiefs of the federated Northern Pacific employes at St. Paul. indicate that a strike will be ordered Tuesday, if there be no change in the situation at that time. A man prominent in organized rail road circles, who claims to be in receipt of the cipher dispatch, says: "There is no question in my mind that a general strike,has been ordered, and that as soon as General Manager t Kendrick and Receiver Oakes return to I St. Paul from Milwaukee the...

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. — 16 February 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. OLUME XIV. GREAT FALLS, MON TANA. FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 16, 1894. NUMBER 216 THE TARIFF. Beriap Before the easte flee cloed--The lsks will Be in the iute. Chasge Will Be Made in eis. MIl-Speedy Ae tie i Autdelpated. Dlieeraged Over the Out. and Are Willing to Give Up the Fight. ExoTow, D. C, Feb. 14.--[peelal. lson tariff bill, slightly h d form when It left the house, 11ll the law of the land. This is on all sides as the present situa When the bill first went through the with such a whirl of exeltement, to for the time being seemed to re the gbat tariff fight to have been t to a successful lose. are reflection; however, showed them y of their presumptuous position. had reckoned without their host. did not take into consideration the and one industries affected by ff bill which had been refused a by the ways and means committee. tion to all these there were many who called, but few chosen, having first nps before the committee granted The Lebby Is Dewsabearted...

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. — 16 February 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Raep Your rye on re.a .ells. It is remarkable to note the unanimity of expression among thinking men who know of the history and environments of thiscity. Among the dominant ele ments of the country, comprising the bankers, manufacturers, railroad invest ore and miners, the carefully formed av erage opinion prevails that Great Falls has the finest immediate prospects and most assured splendid future of all the young cities of America. This faith obtained and has grown faster than the city itself. The tremen dous development of the water power, railroads built and determined upon, the mills, smelters, electric force harnessed; in fact, the very lar1gelness of ever) scheme thus far outlined serves to pre figure the magnificent plans which the powerful genii of Great Falls destines for her future. Notwithstanding what is observed here in the big works accomplished and the others now contemplated, if any of our citizens should go into the quiet precincts of certain f...

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