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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 6 April 1894

RIIGSTERS AND CUCKOOS Ne t Ia Riotous Conclaves and Nominate Alder Also Select Delegates to a City Convention to Non Jute a to for City Treasurer To Be Whipped by a Democrat. several days peat the leaders of factions of the republican party t Falls have been on the war The court house faction, under p of Howard Crosby, county ahd recorder, aided by several of her county ofcials, left no stone reed to carry the delegates in the wards for tilr fatbrite for city r, William S. Frary. The other the Cuckoos, under the leader several ward politicians, inelud P. Nicholson, who were ardent ere of B. F. Elliott, for the same Swere also wide-awake and close on.the trail of the court house trust. was not a republican in the city ther faction but was called upon to d the primaries Thursday night, and the sun went down the warriors of factions were confident of complete ph. e hour for the meeting of the cau rrived and the great leaders were with written tickets containing mes of the delegates eac...

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. — 6 April 1894

NEW ---NEW Capes Jackets AT ::::::: AT W. B. RALEIGH & CO. VOORHEES' SPEECH Debate on the Wilson Tariff Bill Be gun in the Upper Branch of Congress. The Chairman of the Finance Comn mittee Talks About the Crime of McKinle islm And the Virtues of the Measure Now Under Consideration-What the Senator said. WASuIrOTON. April 4.-At 10:15 the Bebring sea bill was about to pass the the senate when Senator Hoar made some inquiries which precipitated a dis cussion about some technicalities in the bill. In the course of his remarks, Sen ator Morgan said the British parliament was acting on a similar bill. Senator Cullom of Illinois raised the question if it was not unusual to author ise foreign powers to direct American citizens, and Senator Morgan pointed out that a similar arrangement had been entered into between Great Britain and the United States to suppress the slave trade. Several senators asked time to consider the bill and see it printed with the senate amendments. Senator Mor ga...

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. — 13 April 1894

Is ,Mont Historicpi Ur T, WEEKLY TRIBUNE. uxru Xv. GRlUAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , APRIL 18, 1894. IGREAT SCHEME. t Hill of the Great Northern a Big Project on Foot for the Cemial nummer. t (tlevelaad, His labinet, a B Heoses of Oeagre to Come West. ill Travel by Railway and Waters of the (reat Lakes to the Great Northwest. AmU., April 9.-James J. Hill, t of the Great Northern has a t on foot for the coming sum scheme is nothing leeas than tic excursion to be tendered t Oleveland, all members of his and all members of congress ashington to Duluth. by way of the reat lakes. HIill's new lake A nd, the Northwest, will be put passenger service next July, and us of having her make her p while carrying the president, and congress of the United The date will be fixed so as to closely the adjournment of con 3. nd two weeks would be required trip. Stope would be made at cities on the lakes and Esv olties such as St. Paul and where grand receptions d. Hill has completed all and nothing is lac...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 13 April 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE . 1SUI.ICRIPTION RATES. Mi imbpuelbas est be -aM Is adeaoes. air l i ab mb tarr emebspy e w"" Osat - I lls. DlAl I ey " .id ila I iL at"I.o O o~tb. .mE I*'. . 0 W ho 5l sops. t I uhe ste lattonto of t hh e Tatn b .Nothos U..nma bee I, to tstated that oP.re a. Steel comans sueise .de tig a lest aer! a well t s e w adm; this shoeM be netisombsted. TEE TILBUN COXP.IY. Gnst Yaels. moot. Whosen ault Wan It? Of several ugly scandals at present oc onpying the attention of this nation none is uglier or more disgraceful than thatof the armor plate and gun carriage hauds. The facts in the armor plate matter seem to he that the Carnegie Steel company succeeded in foisting up on the government and making it pay for armor plate that was almost value le-, an article far inferior to the plates which had passed inaspection in the In dian Head tests. The inspectors at the Carnegie company's planmt are supposed to watch every step of the process of mnanufacturing the huge plates, a...

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 April 1894

BAY STATE OPINION. Odagigmnma MeCail ll Manaehuastt Talks Abeot the Vetoed 8e.ign lorage BilL ge nays tim Western People Don't Understaud the True Hituation of Affairs. The Wily Bay State Member Gives His Version of Plnaneo and Trade. W~e oox, D. CO, April 5.-{[8peial] " is a vast amount of folishness in talk about debtor and creditor seoo " mid Mr. McCall of the Boston Back Bq and Harvard collego district in speak ig d tle msegniorage bill. "Thon west erm.n talk u if we in New England and I T York had some direct interest in re the volume of ourrency and indl accuse us of contriving to bring it They are very careful, however, to tate the argument to a certain point then stop. They don't take into con the fact that the creditors lose an eeormous pereentage of the principal w ve the debtors are pinched. I am •a a victim of the decline of prices and had tiesam in Kansas." leber's "Deble OGala. "The western argument, Mr. McCall, is somewhat different in statement. They say that for Var...

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 April 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE USCONRIPTION RATIES. Mall ubesip esN eb5e ip d .n .vs se. o asl. . ws. tni.e mouath. _'J moatll,." t Ore .e lek. b deai lor.~l. le teopeo. advertltal rates fanilfln ao i ph..eaiO. he fbroelateiln f the M oca t ,ovhsre N (.assnl shesaranteedd tois ed t he os tub.W Cet dlsp i nt ouisliaddre em sed smet send therforme id s well s the, etw address; this shoald Bes abs ed. TEH TIUBUNE CO MPANY. Dseat lalt d Moet. The ring is dead-long live the people. The people will have a voice in the next city council. Remember Arbor day, Tuesday, April 17. Everybody plant a tree on that day. C. D. Wilt made a gallant fight for city treasurer and should have been elected. "As goes the city, so goes the county." The republican ringsters will have to vacate next fall. The song of the court house ring to day will be: We were soon done for, what did we begin for. The mayor has the deciding vote in the city council, lie will be found on the side of retrenchment and reform. The citizens t...

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. — 13 April 1894

THE DAIRY IHOUSTRY, Au ldustry In Whidk the United States Has Two Thousand Million Dollars Invested. Employee 750,000 Mer sad One Mill. le Horses, and Requires Fifteen Millios Cows. As a state that oannot be surpassed for superior quality of its grain and t. as also for lts almost ountless herds of oattle, it is somewhat remark. able that this Industry is yet in its in fancy. In fact it might be said that those seotions In Montana which contain the most settle are the very ones whiob pro rata Import the largpest amounts of dairy products. This naturally is the cause of an amount of money going out of the state, the tis of which is little understood by an averageo observer. This status of affairs i unnatural, and to make our states prosperoue as it ought to be, a radical revolution in affairs must take place. Looking at the reports from various states, it is readily perceived that dairy. ing is an Industry of national importance. An Interest in which the enormous sum of $2,000,000,00...

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 April 1894

.1 the 0ev.r:r Wo Washiagtoa Says the Uais4 Ji~ ShosnM Ceutraci Gov.,a tlt~ Texas Saysthe Goremn meEt le Prohibit foreiga or - Priat Iatert"arse. Besiea Arill T.--The Traveler of this ity, which les bee an earnest advocate of the Nikragee canal, recently seant out lettent tlthe governors of the various statea aed peomlaent members of con I reaskh epinialons s to the value of the canal to the country, and whether or not the government should construct and control the water way. Answers have been received from thirty-one gov ernore and forty members of congress and are printed today. The governors of the southern states without exception either favor government building and owning the canal outright, or extending aid to whatever corporation builds it. Gov. Waite of Colorado says: "The United States government, in con junction with the Central Ameri can republics, should build the canal at national expense." Gov. Mlc Grew of Washington believes that the United States should construct, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 13 April 1894

lOOY BUTCHIRl, The Highweeood Tragedy a Horrible Asir-The Bedy Fomnd Near Arsex's Rach. The Murderer Cats His Vietims Throat eld Dregs Him by the Heels 800 Feet. In addition to the details In Tun Taiwms o Thmurdy mornalngsre. adlsl that most horrible ffair at the High woods the followig teeos am glesmed the Port Beaton Press and persons viag from that city. Last week Ol IUliderl, a Norwegian .l , Is company with Ales. Carl. Saleuweglan, arrived in Fort Benton inseies. At this time there was a ailed John Omen, a big burly Nor who has been working around t hotel in .ort Benton for some and who bearing that Ole Lilll wanted to visit a oousin in the woods celled Peter Teetle, stated he dg to Testle's and last Saturday IUllidrl to hire two saddle hores, which to make the trip. Sunday returned, his coat being torn and with blood, his rigt arm out, in his possession a bloody knife, hido was the property of Lillidarl. Inquired of Osnes what had be of IAllidarl, and not gettlng a sat. answer...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 13 April 1894

Tbi reu New Teik AM"il ithe a.rl llD New Unde iLs Denuaeltion Direted lrindei gally Against the Income Tao Feature. If It Is eto Eliainated He Predlets Overwhelming Demoerati Dofat at the Polls. W.asneroY, April 11.-The speeoh .of 8~9rN Hill, delivered in the Nseate was eiddl devoted to an extensive and bitte attck on the income tax feature of the Wilson bilL His openin re marks, however, took a wider range. "The political revolution," he began, "which commenced in 1890 and culmin ated in 1899, was an emphatic expression of the popular will in behalf of certain governmental policies. Measures and not men were largely the iases in volved in that movement. Rightly in terpreted, it indicated the public senti ment in opposition to intrenchment upon the reserved rights of the states through Odlea Federal Election Laws, some proposed and others then existing; it voiced the general demand for a dis continuance of the unwise and Indefen sible financial system of silver bullion purchases by ...

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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 20 April 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. OLUM[E XV. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, Fl.' . A1'iIl, o, 1894. HE (UREAT STRIKE. very Wheel Bletween St. aul and ertitle as etill sis the Grave. e Strikers as Determined as Ever ant the Itallrsi (!ompany Firm. IFar as Known No Efflrt to 'sum paromisre HI HsBeen .litle 1,) Either Party. hATTr.E, April I(.-ISpecial to TI'HE InvrL.i-The (Great Northern strike tded Sunday over the Cascade di ion and coast lines and the whole eye m ia laid up from Minot to Seattle nd from Seattle to New Westminster. Will StanH d by the strikers. Sr. PAul., April Ill.- (Special to THI: RIOUNE.J -It seems to be certain that he strike will reach St. Paul within a ay or two. Nothing decisive was done t Sunday's meeting of the Railway nior, but the sentiment unanimously vored standing by the men now out. early all the employes of the tireat orthern anti other roads centering here ave expressed a determinution to, give he strikers their suplaut, if Indeed they i not eventually j,tln themi. Th'lle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 20 April 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUSCQRIPTION RATES. Mail sasses dtem.a m be pd la is dvaees. aOn , . Oer, hi mail. SIN 112~t a s.i, =moathes 1.00 One 7fm0 Pcew. d mont plc Ts. On10 e ek. !. earrieer.M . dinate copy. of the Tribune vii oth V.tes uteed to e a.sed that of asu j. mslit'de- h' thoeir addreu ahaead meet s.ainihd t5am addie m well u the sew aiIs ihl. ehoeld be amemered. THM TRIBUNE COMPANY, Great ealls. Most Have you heard from Great Fall.- Missoula Missouliln. Yes. The demo crats elected three aldermen out of four. See! The Pennsylvania riots are the result of McKinleyism. Tariff laws that pro. tect capitalists in the importation of cheap labor always produce such results. A popular advertisement says that 10,000,000 American gentlemen are wear. lag the grip buckle wire back electrio rapid firing suspender. Are there 10,. W00,000 gentlemea i America? Some parties on the south side of the city seem to be unaware of the ordinance gazinst throwing paper outsid4 their houses on the public...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 20 April 1894

] WITI'4A BVURLAAL. tP'Cn10TING EXPERIENCE OF A GRAND RAPIDS MAN. !Se Utie Si was is Is Toe, m, gas It »t shalsh-W tlsevivm .mrl Dam .ea lW'atle Seashbellde T to the Wat pb--Aa aneaeeasble Wife. -"It is dreadful to be suddenly awak med at Sight by a large, oqarse burglar Withoat any unate refiement, "said the UlMos stest resident, "and when my wife awoke me Thursday night, and in -a et those biperms woIpa invariably ame atr the Ihts are out, and which always ea sY 'a ,thpbohe to crawl up bhinld his .~r told me she was sure a wils burgl ir n the bouse, I re bee rmquesting her to go down and ato ,#pharity Organisation ,L r .I was sure to get the p I 1t my'warm bed and went ag around tle hotoe without stop ag pq p a i tig but a defiant j iet,tl h I eplaind to t.-poea merely step down 'amot tN brg,b ar in a oon tay be would probably go aw. qietly, and there would be no tre.le. I told her that if I should pad dealy come tfae to face in my own house with a orude, uncouth robber who had ac...

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. — 20 April 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE UU!SCRIPTION RATIS. ia enmbusea m .aas sbe said a isaeNm. .maI IsI WU.iL, r. sass. cp Sin, wos oe o.i eop si. . . o.f.s e, f,.. ,v _ newsr ei tie hul od be uni .. THE TIUlBUM COxPANY. eest Walls. Meat TiE COMMUNITY AND THE aSTRIkE Great Falls has justly earned the rep utation of being a wide-awake, enter prising, progressive city. In all matters affeoting the community, for good or ill, her citizens are ever keenly alert to the advantages to be gained or injuries to be averted. If, for illustration, a manufac turing enterprise is seeking a location in the western field, the people of the Elec tric city are not slow in presenting the advantages offered at this point; it the railroads discriminate against this city in the matter of rates, the management is likely to hear of it, in the way of a vigorous protest, in as short a time as the wires can click off the information. Matters of this character, affecting the interests of the community,are not often overlooked, ...

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. — 20 April 1894

COUnC il MEETING Mayer Vetoes the Ordluee liH.. -lg Ikflarle for City O(fiielha -The IMayer's Menssr. Ceonell Paues the Ordinance wer the Mayor's Veto-Other Bualmess Trannected. counoil met Monday eve, Mayor and Aid. Jensen,.Huan.n, Sesoelyn, Roberts, Randall, * d Clerk Clark being present It abset. Iaowlagg communication from was read: sOwso. GasEAT PALLs, April ity Ouanell of Great Iall.l : Iam uoestralaned by a sense s ell as by oy odllal oath to behewith, thbont my approval, No. 118, entUted, "An ordln Ud Asx th eomoensati.a e eat VaNe, Mont." bte, the cavil of a "-: id radi s, even If up w e invald n d ab s Mltitutte of Montana, article 81, povides that with certain to tounofou In th ooutlto oly the salary of o pb omfficer be ncrend or dlminsed after en or appointment of such of this wovelon of the constitution to city ofore hlke those affected ordinance, I think, cannot be se y dputed even though it should be con that such constltutlonal probi were not applicable, still the or...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 20 April 1894

ý w.tfl, . m ..r·~ a ý ýI:Q a ,ta, uss loouIinm fs t 4A M qtt4 tI.iL O'gleak Noon. Evwy Wlsel la the Butte Yards Wrn. :. tepped. T Ie Deterialed to Stand Shoal det 6o Shoulder in the Unrest Struggle. yVers; A AI 13.-(Spctal to Tus Tahuona--- GOreat Northern strike took plah at 12 o'clock sharp today, aeadidlag to the anaouncement pub lb .d, In Butte every man stopped work as the hande of the clock reached 12 The tlegraph operators put on their deobt, slab the office men, elerks, engi asest oonductors, switchmen, mechan and wlpees. During the morning, short 1y ibeee oone, the freight depot wu ftled .nh railroad employe, awaiting ebme .aws, if there was any, about the situation. The only thing that came over the wire was the following which had uo erfect whatever: "To All Ueploye of the Montana Con tral Ballway: The cause of the event whichb t reported about to take place I. attrbilted to bringing men on this di visonl %r the purpose of taking the phteo ma now employed. I repud iatO t...

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. — 20 April 1894

•IE MONTANA CIRCUIT, a Wodes from a Well.Known Calibranl Sporting An thority. Best Goes from the Pacifi Coast States Will Be at Great alls. Breeder and Sporteman, published IPre1sooa, is Its latest issue says y: Bvery owner of a thorough tter ora pe Ia OsCliora is g-tol on the Montana .i yer, for It will end in time bseemoue to gather at the fall as ths caet and competo for -oft us hon. Theo Ulberaity A B" , asq marde l saly bores sad peals. A oompe. o b smnn and oevery boe edto ok6 asmelo that AYrtots and the amsoelatiao. e all of regulation else, the s ua rpwd. `momoney beads ysel the Montana thea on olrf equald els in the eople are all enthuslastio, to seebetelracil. g Bomre evada should do tr utmost to their hornes to Montana this ysar." P. O'Connor, the secretary of the do Raling sesoolation, in a letter utte to the same pape, writes: orthorn Pacifio and Greot North Salgred to make ratse of one both ways from all points on oes. By this arrangement horses from Portland pay full ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 20 April 1894

COMMONWEALERS. The Grand Army of "On to Wash ligton" Still Marching Along the Road. They ourmount Every Obstacle and Are as Happy as Commonwealers can Be. Coke Burners Will Not Obey the Order to Strike Again-They've Had Enough. CONsELLSVILL-. Pa, April 17.-Al though the strikers paraded the roads no assaults are being made. Fires are being started throughout the coke re gion. Orders for a general strike next Sturday will not be observed here. By that time the entire region will be at wcrk. Provisions uanninag Low. OMAHA, Neb., April 17.-Kelly's army found no box cars as promised and feel very bitter against Council Bluffs offi cials. The army is still camped five miles east of Council Bluffs and pro visions are running low. The only trouble in the army is caused by men from the Black Hills, whom the trainmen tried to put off. Conductor Brown was struck by an insulator and his skull fractured. The Dakota men were ar rested and imprisoned. Still Mtarching On. CUMBERLAND, Mld., April 1...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 27 April 1894

THE WEEK7 ., TRIBUNE. owwiif xv. GRECAT FALLS, MONITANA, FR" Y ,APRIL 27, 1894. IN THE COUR1TS. -ae Kasw.s t the IUs r stau co-rs, a ts astal ses titc ' . i e Great Northera Strik -- ,0l nt haerorsg with the Read. Wait Is Returuable Mleday, April 0, t 10 O'Cloek, at Helas. Api sa-(Special to Tax gaturday night A. J. t . lOat t. all, counsel for the Northern, applied to Judge of the United States court for luaasnt agalnst the trikem nad writ was leaned today. The com. t sets forth the facts of a striae ordered by the American Railway and elame that the men had been orkiag under agreemente, signed by e brotherhood offceM , which gree eats were repudiated by the action of a strikers; that the road didn't know on the demand was made by Hogan what extent he was authorized to resent the employee, and it was im cticable and imposeible to accede to a demands without violating agree with the brotherhood, and that on e demand not being complied with the en quit work on April 13th. The tition ...

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. — 27 April 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE gOts 1 Nestlt osnersrmO r' . . ni m o" essesa na , er ot Whee ao w sarrives through the Asso dlated Press chaanel it is published M reeved in our tdegraphi ocolums, and though the tenor of their oontents smay not be aoeeptable to some, the telegeams are reesived and paid for as authentic news by this osun. Inquirles show that wen the present strike is happily settled the B. A M. smelter and Belt and Band Coulee coal mines are all prepared to start up with full forca, and the former industrial ao tivity of Great Palls will (be resumed within twenty-four hours. Reference to our columns elsewhere will show the committal of one of the grossest plces of vandalism that it has been necessary to record for a long time. Anyone that will willfully destroy a oem eterial monument designed by loving friends in memory of the departed, it caught, ought to suffer the severest pen alties of the law. The eItutlooa. A slight rift of peace in the stormy clouds of the strike was obser...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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