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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 16 February 1894

A Big, Wealthy Lobby looking After the Lead Interest in the Senate. he Signs Point to a Bitter Fight in the Senate Over the Wilson Bill. reiedent Cleveland Anxious that the 1ill Be Speedily Passed by the Senate. -AsnImero', D. C., Feb. 7.--[Special.] Wilson tariff bill has now parsed the se substantlally as it was reported fronl ways and tuattll cotmnnittee. It gx's to senate, therefore, as an administration pure and osimple. 1t hlatever its fanlts t now stalds, the adntitistrattlon must r the .runt of them. It is worthy of than pasosig notice that, after all talk about the possible defeat of the' ure, the administration leaders int the should have Ibeen able to pass the bill out a single amlendment other than agreed to by the committee. Such lete control of the lower house was ly unexpected by those opposed to the re and was all agreeable surprise to having the bill in charge. A Hig Flight. ut the bill will Inmet with a totally dlif t reception in the seate 'l'lere t li, itlon to i...

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. — 16 February 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE Electrical Power. Whoever owns property in G reat Falls, the Electric City of the west, will be in terested in the following from the New York Evening Post of the fifth instant. relating to the development and trans mission of power from Niagara falls. During the past two years from 200 to 1.600 men have been employed in exca vating a tunnel on the American side of the falls 7,000 feet long, and which will carry the water required to generate 100.000 horse power. Ffty thousand horse power will be used for mills at Niagara Falls, and .),000 horse power will be transmitted by electricity to Buffalo, twenty miles distant, and prob ably to other cities and towns in western New York, companies having been formed for using power in Rochester, Syracuse. schnectady, Albany and other cities. Says the Times: "-Although the trans mission over long distances of a current so arge, as that to be generated at Niag ara Falls has never been attempted be fore. the best engineers an...

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. — 16 February 1894

PRESIDENT J. J, HILL Is Interviewed at New York Regard ing the New Agreement Be tween Pacific Lines. Gfives His Views on the Industries and Business in the Various PaclBfl States. The following is taken from the Inde pendent of Feb. 12, 1894. President James J. Hill, of the Great Northern road, in New York a few days ago said that the new agreement re cently concluded between the four northern transcontinental railroads, and which is to be put in operation at once, is likely to be permanent. President Hill's views are expressed in the follow ing interview: "Under this agreement the Union Pacific, Northern Pacific, Great Northern and Canadian Pacific roads will make the same rates from Chicago, St. Paul and Omaha to Portland and North Pacific points. Each road will carry business to its terminal for the other roads. Differentials have been settled on for the roads which have to send business by water from their Pacific coast terminus to San Francisco. The new rates should be permanen...

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. — 16 February 1894

GOOD GENERALSHIP. waved the Wilson Bill from I)e feat in tihe nclle of Representatives. The Lobbylists Now Transfer Their Wor·k to the Senate Chamblwr. A Tremendous Effort Is leineg Made to Defeat the Tariff' Bill. WA..,..lt.roN, D. C., Feb. R.--ISpeclal.] "Free trade, free silver and an Inrome tax. What will be the next step taken by the Democratic party, I wonder?" This was wrung from ia dyed in the wori Democrat after the passage of the Wilson tariff bill through the house. The congress man in question has not only been a Demo crat all his life, but his father was before him. He has always voted the Democratic ticket. upon which he was elected to con gress. Until he voted against the Wilson bill he had always been regarded as a con sistent Democrat-a terim somewhat doubt fully applied to those who, follow the party leaders in anything anid everything they may undertake. But when his name was called to vote for or against the tariff bill he "kicked over the traces," to use a hackn...

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. — 16 February 1894

CIES IN MONTANA, s~et of Nature Gives Vent e Feelings VWhhi'i the Mountains Inhpire, Y .\hhutnlinL. in All the 'es of lNature.' l..avish ,toitrehlonle,. ranger who bas not person backbone of the American name of the Rocky tsount. lated in his mind with a almost impassable serrated follnwing article refers ape t portion of the main range SGreatt f'alle, and the east liwhlch ure tributary to this d pleasure seekers desirous the beauties and grandeur lee, the wonderful sulphur un river, the great Rocky all twelve miles long and rpendicular, and innumer hts worthy of notice, Great edly the point of departure the tour. As a generality his section the word Rocky isnomer for the main range, more applicable to some of I ranges, where gorgeous is found, where the creeks their way through tremen one canyons. The main verage consists of vast rol na, often thickly covered which principally consists ellow pine. spruce, etc., on sides, with park-like open. urring. water courses giant cotton their...

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. — 16 February 1894

e d Sweaty pies.o All-lool Storm Serge Selds made to sell at 0 ad e.O a d We will a Drees Pattn of 6 or Ush and ye, and raid and a Man lan OCap -ar . £ es r , s ad E n el or % se W. I. RALEIGH & CO. GENUINE BLIZZARD A Terrible Storm Raging Thrergh he Central Portion of the United States. It eaches From Kansas to Ohio and Is Extendin Rapidly Eastward. Itreet and Steam Railway TraSo Is Badly Demoralised-The Gale at Chicago. umoAoo, Feb. 14.-A blizzard of the most approved pattern, with mow, eleet and an enerptio wind, swept down on Chicago Sunday night and has raged with constantly increasing vio leaoe. Great snowdrifts blocked the streoet, suburban trains were delayed and snow sweeper were kept insess sahtly in use to prevent stoppage of the poeet ear lines, traio on which was badly delayed. The blissz is the most severe that has visited Chicago for many years. At noon the wind was blowing at the rate of 70 miles an hour, with indies ions that the storm would continue through 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. — 23 February 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. 1gOLUM XIV. GREAT FALLS, MONTA~A, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 28, 1894. NUMBER 222 QUORUM AT LAST. Abseat Cougreesmen All Preset but Seven, sad They Are a the Way to Washiatema. quersm Assured e the Previous qutes-Mtiet-Me t Blad on she Silver question. Made a Desperate Effort to De feat the Motion but sdlver Triumphed. fsUINOTON, Feb. 91.--Only seven bers of the house were unaccounted hen the house assembled and indi are that the deadloek will be before the end of today's session. reading of the journal the ser -arms reported that. all except embers, aside from those excused at of illness, were on their way capital and deputies had, been the missin seven. finally at 7. p. m., got a quorum motion for the previous question snos bill. Bland was only as after a tussle with Reed, who in at the democratic absentees, sot constructive, be arrested, saying republicans had been paraded t yesterd and he wanted to side in thes me fix. directed the usergeant-at the membeas for ...

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. — 23 February 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE mesassied lsmihag. It is an actual fat that the majority d fharmers of Cascade county do not ap. predate the tranmition state which sorthern Montana at present is undergo The change from stock and agricult ural resources, with their"oattered ounses and hamlets to mining and manu facturing industries with their busy enaters, mean concentration of popula tion into towns and ciaties, u also a co tinued influx of immigration. Not only this, but the transition means the creation of new and immense mar kete demanding supplies of farm prod. ucts on such a scale that farmers have no idea of the vastness of the subject till it is entered into. New wants re quire new ideas, and until the agricult urists of Cascade county adapt their plans to the new order of things an enor mous amount of money will be sent out monthly from this section which ought to be kept at home. Look at the enormous pay roll for em ployee in Great Falls and vicinity. Where does it all go toY It does no...

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. — 23 February 1894

TRE IIEOIE TAX. Public Seatiment Divided as to Its Practicablllty at the Present Time. Leadilr Men of Both Parties Favor an Income Tax Law of Some Kind. The Tariff Bill Will Be Discuseed ia the Senate fbr Seme Weeks. WsmlnxewS, D. C., Feb. 1.--[Specl.]- the eaeme tax measure hurt us, or it hurt ust" Buch is the question by almost every Democratic member aeait every visitor from his section of semntry and from those with whom he for it cannot he denied that a considerable number of members are the anxious seat upon that subject, answers are from everywbere-verbal by letter. Incoming visitors talk with t freedom, and there are funny results. a Important ones may be mapped out Take as a model oeof those disease which accompany the census and by shadings mark out the strength of oppoeition to the income tax. Then a another and mark out the region ae a great deal of wealth has concen , especially where it is concentrated a few hands, and the two maps will cor d to the tenth of 1 per cent...

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. — 23 February 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE THE TRIBUNE makes admvertsls eontracts on the distlact guarantee thatits circulation ia the city of G(eat Falls and outside the city of Orat ralls is greater than that of say other newspaper publitshed in Great Fails. subscription books always open to ad 'ertlsers. Manufaletring in Great WFlls. Never has it been possible, nor will it ever be in the future, for any industrial eenter to surpass one situated close to a well located water fall as a motive power for manufacturnng. On the contrary, experience has shown that In seotions dependent solely on coal their fuel Is apt to be subject to the control of trusts and combines, as also in lapse of time the exhaustion of the coal deposits in the immediate vicinity. A town or city located at a good water power is like a house built on a rock its foundation is secure and never fails; the storms of coal strikes and the treach erous tides of monopoly can not prevail against its motive prwer. Three elements go to make up a ...

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. — 23 February 1894

HON, PARIS GIBSON Hlis axperlece of EIlht Years Ina rowing (hran Without Irrigaties. the oel and His Methods Whereby Is lusared Crop Ivory Year. Irrigatlon Is Not Neessuary Northern Montans In the Dryest Year. Emorion or rua Tasums: t eight yesre I have ried good wheat upon the bensh lands o of this oeautry without Ir and, with the ersoption of one ields have been much better average of yields of Dakota year, which was considered an for graln in this state, I her noteen bushels of hard Fife e oare on one hundred and The greater part of my field bottom land in Send coulee, (about ten aores) which to the bench land, where the esady sand mellow, gave me twenty-nine bushels to the can not others raise paying rela on them high prairies out in every direction PFlls? I am confident they per cultivation. once I have learned this: grain sucessfully upon these ut irrigation, a careful sys Itivation must be adopted. ust be well plowed the year ng, and the grain must be the fields rolled u earl...

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. — 23 February 1894

MiLNERS ENTOMBED An Extensive Cave-in at the Gay. lord Slope of the Kingston Coal Company. Rescuers Hard at Work, But There Is Little Hope of Getting Them Out Alive. Many People Known to Have Per ished in the Blissard in Okla homa Territory. WILU3aRemra, Pa., Feb. 15.-An ex tensive cave-in ocourred at the Gaylord slope of the Kingston Coal company, Plymouth. Seventeen men are en tombed. Rescuers are hard at work. There is but little hope of getting the men out alive. The Gaylord mine slope has been con sidered an ill-fated colliery for more than a year past. Only a month ago there was an extensive cave-in of the surface, which weakened the roof of the whole mine. So far as oan be learned this accident was caused by a further depression of the surface. The superintendent of the mine re ports that only 18 men are entombed, but 17 are missing. John Cuddy, who was at work with the entombed men, esoaped with his life by a hair's breadth. The fall cut him off from the other workers by abo...

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. — 23 February 1894

.ld Arrestadl a the Charge bteet oa from Pat Sch Cha omad in the -smseislds of the Pi's seer. last Pat Degasn conluded p to the saib" with tanglefoot .4 ssta bs s, ad he suooeeded - the sequel will show. i.as.d in his jaboree by a John Holland, who took par rest in his welfare. It is also at least two others were inter Pat's getting full, but they on the quiet. When evening was hilarious beyond all hope e night advanced he grew worse his new-made rend, who had under the trying ordeal amaz concluded to put Pat to sleep ttle bed" in the back room of a saloon. Pat slept and snored and slept. The friend did but kept a close watch on Pat timeand then, in company with particular chums, left the sleep ek to his own fate. Morning Pat awoke from his slumbers he a Dakota landlord, "all brokq " After a few minutes' medi d viewing the surroundings he to arise and go forth to the orld and take a whiff of pure n reaching the sidewalk and a few mouthfuls of nature's felt in his pocket when, to dl ...

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. — 23 February 1894

0 UR Mr. Raleigh, now in New York, writes us that goods can be bought very cheap and to inform the trade that we will give them the biggest bargains by far that they ever got in Dry Goods. He also states that he will buy big quantities, thus petting the very lowest prices to be had and that we will either have to re duce stock now on hand largely or make an addition to our present large store room. To make room for the goods, to arrive next month, we are making some very low prices which it will pay you well to investigate. YOURS TRULY W. B. RALEIGH, & CO. SHIP WENT DOWN. The Loss of the Millard off the Coast of Central America Has Been Confirmed. .he Went l)owil in a Gale and of the Sixty Men on Board Not One Wa~ Saved. Men Were Being Conveyed From Greytown to Blueflelds by a Navigation Company. CINCINNATI, Feb. ta.-A special to The Commercial Gazette from New Orleans says: The rumor ! revailing here that the steamer Millard, belong ing to the Nicaragua Navigation comn pany, ha...

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. — 2 March 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XIV. GBEAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 2, 1894. NUMBER 227 EADLOCK BROKEN. hugtm es Bead the Haadwitihs on the Wall ead Break the Deadlok. aliwv Cmplsm in the House light to a Inibh ad NMere a Quoerm. eto Will Now Be Taken in the Heose on the Bland Selgn lorage Bill. anoIron, Feb. 28.-In the house heinmer tried to secure unani consent for a bill appropriating to save the armament of the but Bland demanded the reg order. Ilgore, as a matter of personal priv presented a resolution reciting the requirng that whenever a member at, except on account of elcknese, y shall be withheld; asking infor a of the sergeant-st-arms as to or he had enforced the law. If by not, and if he believed it could enforced to give his reason. The r decided that in the form pro it to conform to the speaker's moved to go into committee of e for the consideration of the bill and that the general do be closed tomorrow at 3 o'clock, demanded the previous question. e roll call C...

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 March 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE Prm.,nped by Uaoee. The article in the Leader of Wednese day night, signed "Laborer." was evi dently written by R. P. Rolts. It was dictated by the eame malevolent spirit that has ever prompted him to oppoue everything that is done or said by Paris Gibson or the Townsite company. There are a hundred men in this community who are ready to verify Mr. Gibson's statements as to the crops of wheat that he has raised od the bench lands in the vicinity of Great Falls. Reference is made to the settlers who came to this county in 1889, the first year of the two years of drought. It is true, owing to those dry seasons a majority, left Mon tana, but a few of the more plucky ones remained and are here to testify to the advantages afforded by Cascade county for successful farming. Among the number is N. T. Wilson of Box Elder, who has made farming in Cascade coun ty a great success, and that too without an irrigating ditch. Everybody of course believes in irrI gating the lands...

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 March 1894

BATTLEBTILL ON St-er Whe dtAil lIhting e4d to Pmvet a Vet ea the d eIgaetsersm. ill. , hInds at Slver Will Never t HIvo Up the Glorisos Struggler r the People'S Moesy. e Gelbsas Preaset a SBoli troet Agaisnt thedsest Mis lag lindeistry. eou, VS . 1-.-The house met atesry to the oustom on Wash ' birthday, owlag to the tangle I the Bland eigniorege bill. The I of moouring a quorum was not as yesterday. Bland and his ers were apparently disheartened, refused to aocept the compromise I of dropping that section of the viding for the coinoge of the re r ft the bullion and the retire the Sherman treasury notes of of 1890. of Colorado, as a personal priv explained that it was not true as that the populists had attended emooratic caucus on the 19th, they were in entire sympathy e resolution adopted by that cau at it was the duty of the demo I attend the sessions of the house t business. moved to close the debate on norag bill at 3 p. m. Saturday, manded the previous question. moved to adjour...

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 March 1894

THE WEEKLY. TRIBUNE In the apptiatiua d the secretary of the Board ao TraeIs ho urrent imues of Motea nfewupapete foe ftlrng, the Basin Times eas the flnt to respond. General Warres rnogdiaee the. metropolitan character of Great Falla The Miner ooogratalatee Great Falls upon the feet that her Board of Trade is active, eerget, and pmrogressve. As a rule the boards of trade in the west this year are ina state of Innocuous desuetude, and it is encouraging to hear of one that is alive.- -Butte Miner. Helena Independent: Congressmen Hartman of Montana, has joined the goldbugs in the fight against the silver seigniorage bill, and is helping the re publican obstructionists prevent a vote on that measure. Teton Times, Feb. 23:;Say, Mr. Great Falls Leader, what are you opposing the efforts of the Board of Trade of your city to further the interests of the place for? If It is a personal spite you are giving vent to, you had better go whip some one and not injure yourself by ma linglng worthy ...

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 March 1894

ITI Al GREAT FALLS "kWlya l tIb" Calls Meatana san Crude, and the Citisoas Natives. Tribase Corret This Antiquat' Oplaea and OlGves a Few Facts About iln Geemra sad reat Falls prealurt-CorfetU the blowlng 'exoerpt is taken from LAte: the other day I got news of Mr. . Chrietensen, the leading son of one financial geral, who has away from Brooklyn for some The far west has embraced Mr. Christensn, and ne is now ag lo Caosed. county, Montana, at town that goes by the name of Steachinl , practisng law and sta s health. They call him O. hristemeen there, and he Is held the highest estem by the natives. It to be hoped that it will not be long ore Mr. Ohrietenen departs from the and crude regions of Montana and e back gain in the midst of his do and nlghbors. A success in the was undoubtedly waiting for him if he had only staid to grasp it, for was trained in a worthy school in no it place than the celebrated o.ice of Ilivan & Cromwell the "den" where lion, William Nelson Cromwell, wee...

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 March 1894

A GBEAT 1NDUSTRY e Opening of the Eagle Iren Oem pny's Furnsse at prlig Valley, Ws. aow Orade Brown Rematit Ore Con verted Into Pg Por the First Time In the West. the Industry Will Employ Five Hundred Men When in Full Oneration. SNarto VALLu., Wis., Feb. 28.-The Eagle Iron company has demonstrated that low grade brown hematite can be converted into pig iron, from which the best quality of malleable and general foundry iron may be manufactured. The first cast of iron from the com pany's new furnaces in this city, was witnessed at 10:80 Wednes day morning. Amid the clanking of ponderous machinery and the shouts of a hundred voices a mass of glowing, furious metal rolled from the furnace's port out upon the great bed of sand and found lodgment in a hundred small troughs of sand to cool its fury. The result is a dozen tons or more of excel lent pig iron. The great interest which attaches it self to this event is the fact that in no section further west than the Hanging Rock mines of Ohi...

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