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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 22 June 1894

THEI FALS lI1E MISSOURI The 4sv w of the Discovery of the ofr the Missorl Osaerret Wednes4ay, Nay 13. 'the beeelrptles of the Falls Given by Capt. rwis as li Netw Them a Jne 18, 1805. No deriptioe of the falls of the Mis. soei has n ver been made that is more gasobi and oeurate than that made by Opt. Lew exacntly eighty years ago lat Wedaesday. For tourists visiting 1 tbi hlek'ith followinl extracts are made, a sa I .Cta be a matter of interest to ccm. san acoemnt of their appearance t asi witn(etd nearly a century ago and tbL t coaditlon with the adjuncts r ef .- crowding the nver banks. I Oe Jes s ,1805 after many dangers an fatigues, they had aended the M se asr a far as the junction with e. It then broame an in rtdh e which was the true a b for the purpose of ascer gtaig tsdispatched two canoes with thr. age up each of the streams with orders to ssertalo the width, depth,and rapidity at the oument so as to judge of their coumpatie bodies of water. At the Geame s pe wer seunt ont...

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. — 22 June 1894

SILY TRIBUNE y saanou m ýus TMm TIti 001niPANsi. st hilef. Most The attmntiom of the health oAoare is called to the hqg-wallow on the Third steet ede at Strain Bro. store. The someh is something fearful and is a mseas to the public health of the city. Alse to the horrible steonh that arime through the gratings in the sidewalk in trout of the poetoiam Chicago Drovers' Journal: The state of gaeral trade is very good compared with a year ago, and businoe failures light, The gradual resumption of budi ane by the industries affected by the mlners' strikes will put the commercial world ia better shape, and with stocks of goods light and money easy there ought to be a strong revival of business s is hll. Helena Herald: Most of the news paper people yesterday returned from Great Pals, where one of the pleasantest sad mast sucesstul meeting of the press assolation of the state closed on Satur day lest The local committee, the mayor and other authorities and citizen oa the northern metropolis...

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. — 29 June 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1894. TERMS: $1.5 PER YEAB. - . ..-...-r-PU L L LP )M A W A (n. M R tA- ---.. . STUBBORN FIGHT. The ~stuation on the Tarlt Bill Ia Meet Uneertain-A Steady, Stwbbnrn light I. kslu Waged by Senator Hill aud Smith Against Ineome Tax lPatures. The Now Tek Senator Offers Several Ameadmnate, Which Are Vlted Down. WAsumorosx,June 5M.-Thoe stuation a the trl bil in the asote lain a most aaertali esmdttie. A stady, aile sand stubborn ight against the lactse tar is bing forod by Hill and mih, ad pegrm on the bill s slow, a areis will try and hold a quorum into the lht for the purpose of report g the U to the seato from the oom mitte at the whole. With a tmpera. tr elo W de In the senate ohamber, the ehaoees are ome to aIe against H.r in holding his torss until midnight. UmW$ AmInxIIDII. A lage Daseb OLred by tShe ew Tork haaeen Waumeson, June 3I.-When the ttM bill was taken up Mr. Hill took the loor. He said that Friday would be knows ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 29 June 1894

TRIBUNE ... ... 2~IgI I. Tap sast. h th c eata.U lll emi i sU an.t rppetleal tso bal the lea distance tealtgease uteeau "At a recsnt meting atof the. ebamber of aommee at Gri halbthte ppe.les to buand telephone ise hlaw that eity to Belt, Neibhrt, Stskli isd lwletown was conidered and Sveably reported upon. Theu oeta e No deubt but such a line would proeprwetable to it owners, and there is s ugeles au to the reat benefilt it would be to lwtown. Not alone don Lewiows need telephbonic connection with GsNt Falls, but with Maiden, Gilt Edge sad Spotted Hose. Citisnen of this tows should heartily co operate with the people of Great Falls in the important project they have under con templation." Meateas Wool The appearancel n our city of a large number of representative wool buyers from abtes reminds us that the wool seao hr 1804 is close at hand. We re get to state that nsver in the history oa MKotoaa's wool industry have prices beet a low and the businm of wool growing s disooumring as ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 29 June 1894

bet Ne ruTsl 1am Pteond with 1Aylbdy, . Cematy Ajiteer .Ieoed a UIttle nd the Mesmgr rthe0 Poor armetaqtseatb to I>ia. To thoe . II. Bento., Judge lo he lghth Judlcial Distrlet, in and for he county oat Oeade, State of Menten Der Sir: Your grand jury for the unell, , term of court beg leave to bit th. following report: We have I.Ia.ed into four oases of y adin each case have found eldet evideneD, In our Oplnion. to in 0t. These ladlment have been pre. ntedto yur ooortsmenD of the de. have bees secommended to IIWAGM the court provided they Our att0ti as called to the dyviealgSd of the statute. re ktlgN sale itguoe in dimoe us l oather piae of emusement. etof the opini. that i there are of .thi ature they q evidently this the immediate jreotlon of the peras ofeer and should be far by them without reference to gread Jury, the by avodding a oo expense to the county. Inthe matter of the uen of rape t o our attention. we have oves ted the case thoroughly, and in our alo find no foundat...

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. — 6 July 1894

The Daily Tribune-All the News-Every Morning Before Break st-Only 76 Cents a Month-Largest Clrculatlonfland Best Advertising Medium in Northern Montana. FOR ALL CLASSES " OBlPRINTING, THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. " HELLO! 45. 1T19"JT3TJ1N----Wae, m",-u'1.a 2 ,' . VOLUME XVI.-NUMBER 831. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FIIIDAY. , JULY 6, 1894. A. NATHAN'S BIG Cut Sale Talk About eon's Suits 5.00 6.00 7.00 8.00 Buys a dandy of best material and make, and perfect fit. MEN'S PANTS Over 3.000 Pairs of Imported and Domestic Worsteds, Cheviots Cassimeres and Union Pants must be sold. MEN'S SHOES A large slockof Kangaroo, Kid, Calf, Russet, Dongola, and Miner's Shoes; best s'ock and make. gWp'Try our St Lace and Congress Before purchasing elsewhere call at a .le house and inspect what we ad. vertiee. A. NATHAN, TIE ONE-PRICE CLOTHIER. 22 I rual AiMus, Great Falls, W. G. RUNZLER, IDRIUKG GIISOiT .mmn..NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE S. . PRESCRIPTIONS A SPECIALTY . . . FIEST UE OF PERFUMES TOILET A TOILET ARTICLES. Te...

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. — 6 July 1894

WEEK·KLY TRIBUNE . h e Mea. The Ism t mpatial application of elect rk to the se of every day life is the delectl mesquito bar whioh electrocutes S0esM casg in contact with it. eMd aboult be extended to take ebskyaosrd ace and the shed roof for the beeftit of nocturnal felinese? The Butte Miner rays the naturallau tio mill made one turn on Thursday of which no one can complain. It conferred tihe right t franchise upon Sephitrovitch Jorne Hoversethovitch, and any man who carries that name around with him every day in the year is entitled to any thing he calls for. Dr. Anderson Brown, one of the tore meeat women phybiclans of England, has established as industrial farm for inebriate women. Fruit growing, poultry raising, gardening, bee keeping and butter making will be taught. It is a sad commentary on modern civilization thatemsh an institution should be need ed. There is mueic in the republican camp these days. By actual count there are sev.ntee candidates for sheriff, eleven for cou...

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. — 6 July 1894

iýI1t l We. 1tet l opids Usl g Pai. .a ~uias tfat Able to Tarn a WheeL. 'l Strikers Determined to fIght It Out If It takes All Sammer. Br. Loue, June l2-No trouble is ax peoted hees before p. m., when the first trmn earrying Pullman care after the kooott goes Into effect s due to leave over tb Chiakge & Alton road. taulas rai, June .--None but lo. ad trals have left this city in any direc tieo this morning. The Santa Fe's Denver traea, due to leave here at 9:8. a. m., is still at the depot. All the em. plksa refuse to handle Pullman cars. otsr Juno 2.--Tndge u. o. Poster j i4pid ttedas Supreme oorrt tbhis I nd an order directing les Marshal -Nely to protect Sand trains of the Santa Fe SYwahal Nely I. in tLeaven Mtsal ob iopustley to take s, 'Je 2-The Santa Fe is qut ao trains with Pullmans ame m re oanoing ln. Other trains a.e ranig usual The other roads ar t h ed Employes are demand ik relestatement of men discharged MfqaaI s to hesdle the boycotted cars lad demanding that 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. — 6 July 1894

MLE AlE TIll WALKING. E isa es . Ordered Marnal Mc. Dermac to Protest Union Pacife Property. BluawA, July t--[Bpeeal to Taw Tmsonu.}-On application of the Union Pauls road Judge Knowles has lssued an order to Marshal McDermott direct lag im to arst anyone who attempts to laterfere with the property of the compeany or ruuning of trains or who ad rvsi or aids any such attempt. Br. PAUL, July 2.-The Great North. ern grievance committee met Presi dent Hill this afternoon to conalder their complaints that the termsof their recent oment are not being kept. They ten to tie up the road unless their terms ae agreed to. C.urrao, July 2.-Operations agalost the strikers began today with confer ence between United States Jflges Woods and Groscupe and Edwin Walker the special solicitor appointed yesterday by Attorney General Olney and District Attorne Mllchrist. The lawyers sub mitted a bulky bill asking the federal courts to enjoin the strikers from inter ing with mails. 'ibe bill covered all th...

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 July 1894

he Dily Trbun-e-A-I the rNewh --very Morning Before Breaklfa~-Only 75 Cents a Month-Largest Circulation and Best Advertising Medium in Northern Montana, FOR ALL CLAºSES THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. OLUME XVI.- GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, TUESDAY , JULY 13, 1894. . . . l , i l , ..,+ l , . , . . , I . . . . . " . . . . . . . . '' MARTIAL LAW. Preidet Cleveland Issues a Preld masl"s Warauei All Rioters to Die pers at Onae. THERE'S I ELVADII THE ISSUE The PreelUaia er Pa ealtWy Placed Chiao o Undr Martial Law at Noas Seeday. WAsum.oTro July 9.-The following proclamation was issued by Presldent veland a few minutes before 12 o'olook lst nilht: proolamstimb the preeldent of the United States: Whereas, By reason of unlawful ob struotioms, combliationsand assemblages of pmrsoe it has become impracticable, in the uda t of the presdent, to oen force, ordinary ourse of judicial p the laws of the United tatee wthin the state of Illinois and the city of Chicago within aid state; and Wherews, For the paurpose ...

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 July 1894

·'T WEEKLY TRIBUNE I sit ss0an -s be gain Mane :p ll s ras ootrr/ U, T13 TRIBUMB O0MPANT. Gaet ha1k. KeaL 1f3t*1 I fn thtl s IratFaia Who Wrote It? Ha. J. Proctor Knott of Kentucky readered himself famous by a speech do livered in congress 8 years ago. It was given during the debate on extending the time of a railway grant for con structing a road from the St. Croix river to Duluth. Mr. Knott was opposed to the extension and argued the case in a speech full of purposely exaggerated dic tion and of broad humor and satire. It bmde a great sensation and is on record as one of the most humoronu speeches ever delivered in that not over lively spot, the hall of representatives. It is rather odd, though, that the phrase in which Duluth was characterized as "the smith city of the unsalted seas" doss not occur in the printed copies of the speech. After all, was it not in the speech and is it a sepeate coinage of that versatile genius, Colonel Pat Donan? Of the humorous allusions in Mr. Knott...

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 July 1894

With Torch and Gun Fren zied Riot Runs Wild. Twenty Rioters Sent Over the Dead Line at One Volley. THE RABBLE WANTS GORE. The Boys in Blue Kept Busy Maintaining Peace. Justiee Travels with a leaden Heel and Strikes with,.n Iron Hand. The Mills of the Gods G(rind Slowly, but They Grind Exceed. Inlly Fine. COitAoo, July 7.--3:30 p. m. - The soldiers have opened tire at last and twenty men at least have gone down be toe them There is no telling bow many have been wounded. The fight occurred on the tracks of the Chicago & Western Indiank road, at Forty.seventh and Loomis streets. The mob attacked the troops, and the latter at once replied to the assault. A train i now bringing in the wounded. OnConoo, July 7.-Today at the stock yards brought no receipt of live stock and no prospects bt shipments. The paralyels of railways and packing houses continues complete. Along the Bur lington tracks soenes of violence were ensoted today for the first time. At Twenty-Fourth street the mob upeet...

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 July 1894

"THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE rilie ts.wwt sit d*ea . s i w .el e be amol e 'a the pooh d the wead If ll had never been born. . B. MeLaughlin of the Fort Benton iver Prees, sad who measures over sit feet t republimanism, arrived in the elty yeeterday. George le Bent.on being sheriff nest election, and the citizens in his town think he hbi a good Cho-teau get t. There have been rumors of his turninl benediot, but we hear Mies Ouri is not the gal. If W. T. Stead had never written his remarkable book, "If Christ Came to thicago," the public might never have bown to the day of judgment that 66 Chlcago aldermen pay no personal taxes, while several of the Windy City's multi millionairee have their horses assessed at $0 apiece and their carriages at 80 each. What an example of thrift these rich men as setting to the rest of the country during the hard times by driving on their fashionable outing a rig worth, horses and all, less than many an old junk wagon! [ Anntiversar of a Sea Fight. Thirtyyearsa...

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. — 20 July 1894

The Daily Tribune-All the News-Every Morning Before ly 7 a Mon eet Circulation ean Best Advertising Medium inr }; ,r1 . FOR ALL CLASSES JOB PRINTING, WTHE WEEK. VOLUME XVI.- G-EAT FALLS, MONTANA, F.IDT, JtS 0o, 1894. AJUST SENTENCE Judge Hunt of Helena laves a Wife Beater a Small l)ose of Justice. THE COWARD GETS HIS DESERTS Hia Honos Gently Hinted that a Whip ping Paot Would ie a (nold Thing fbr Such Brutes. HaLNA, July 10.--[Spocial to Tler Tatsu.I.l-J. C. Duval, a rancher from near Augusta, convicted of brutlly beating his hie wife, was before JuJ;.," Hunt in the district court today for sou taae. The judge told him the state of Delaware provided a wipping port for wife beaters. "I would not deprecate such a penalty for that offenouse in Mon tna," continued the judge, "and I shouli be pleased to have its u.rfulneats inagurated with you as a tit pr'oson to reosve 10 heavy lashes. Any msol who deliberately knocks his wife lo'wn and while she pleads with him not to hurt her, inhuman...

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. — 20 July 1894

, It.a dmiseal e a gj3tUie Wvi 1tees. I S 0i p otf 100 pgUesat deal I asIJ heattin amin eliHe sink I-L. Eve, a United tates senator epeos of "the inoalaulablelwalth in tin Wthe mines .o the stat, and pedioted i that f a dat ws puta that metal the Blak Bills wauld hbsom the eat of the tiplate manufacture of the cou try." The people who were rounang the m ts, eye the Chuo Tribune, eaid *"th the blaing properties must be of deiaded vales, because otherwise En glihh aspitalits would not have invested. in them as lagely a thbe.had-'shrewd Eaglshmm tem aliar with the Cornish mines who had made a thorough exami natos betere they bought.' Time went by sad the duty went into effoot. Still not. More time, and the mines, toipreset wbla a duty had been imposed a tt, did aot turn out that metal in tblus qtu.tises. Finally the 'shrew ed Iegishmen' have begun a sait, in whish they allege that thsy have been -taios In and done for In way theyde hpi by the shrewder Amerans of the Black Hills They al...

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. — 20 July 1894

when the I hhtsit e dJry Seo ThMeg with the A. R u.They weiuWItheseml al Mamae A TUSdS0 EIIIEUTIGATION Will rin the Bupimeil ry for the Where It aisgss OCeaaeo, July 13-It is reprted that who trle bidnl gr sea Jusy U dcuoaes its teiiMc of the A. R..It will hq.ia elqiy late the pseo and asthes the It.b tl Manger' the im .IAitey th, .ban b o the la the mia l me a e ta ofr the ma.I gri th iae la teretate oe-. tae. os de quitelo sa m to the al t is eed e .stra to" the tem I ersd h ma been boOumt S.e t a n toe ll h oura atis a The ar tilte ties to rt N ds ith w Ios nt t it ed as b . t a e tim orode itno no kia to red eat m.a bualdms l he m asrehemee ha d bees aoo Te trhe te drurein m e the Doi e o t nd Fuill 8.000 ms hvers taken the places strikers eioChic-go. There anre still stie dro g anedk fore noorko abuico, Jmuly L-Thre hundred ex pet buterbes employed by Armour, Swift A orrks struck today. The strike will interfere siouly wIth work at the elg housted. A large thatcr od gathm red r...

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 July 1894

sho reesam e the varloe hoemeeowa to the large - t sim a well as the M-nn at the egular oe Wreek shows the sea r f het ee ea ha Is ga t r* spema g thah thi d e.try. Aesmding to Ward MoAllister' couat, eastly MAmerioan ladies have mar ried titaed ruIgne, and the mumber .1 titd lais abroad of Ameeian birth, whs wish that they had other prod then Ms or Ma. Is their sames is probably Iust g0. The later Mountain Il speakligof the le mestig of the Montana press as mal.am, my. that the "newspapr of Meats are a credit to the state aad are all larger mad better than the patron age warrast. There Is not a journal the sate that does not eqpend in Im provemate every dollar of it Inoome above actual oxpese, and it I. this spir it enterpris which deesrves and will ealy aobhieve a lasting reward." True ainly writ. Congress will invetigate the strike in all is beedrlag, and the Ilquiry is likely t bing additonal legislation to less the prbeability at future outbreaks of the klad..Arbitratlos should...

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. — 27 July 1894

Th etalty Tribune-All the News-Every Morning Before Br~-Only 75 Cents a Month-Largest Circulation .d Best Advertising Medium tIR Orthern Montana. iOR ALL CLASSES W. EW.CHI JOB PRINTING, WTHE TRIBUNE. r. VOLUME XVI.- GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, F.RIRD , JULY 27, 1894. CLEVELAND'IS IDEA he Prsitedrt seat a ltte to ChaIml u Wilson of the Ways aci Means, Lad bMin wsmeesat It Is Now ado a lPh le, BelIr Read In the I Honse. The deaoe COmpreomie Iis outed it a Dark Brown-Urged to a Stand Past. l Weaututos, July 1.--The following d Is thl il test df Plhddet Olevlan.'s letter toa OgaemHa Wilson: ZssUotIvu MAusION, SI Wamisvor , July , lue14 To Hen. WIllm L. Wilsom: Ir De.sa--The ertainty that a d eesfemep will ha ordered between the 4 two hoes ef o osnme for the purpose a of uidtuag dAIersucus em the subject n ofwlE leatblen makesub s it also oer- d tuba that ye will be agin called upon p to do hesd service is the came of tarlE b redam. b Il ie fe has been so losely e- t to M be et I have so longe...

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 July 1894

- I Pullman may not be brought to his knes by the strike, but the legsllatures of the several tates will probably have a wo r to try to him neDt winter. The lthri . R has aacompllshed no oth. good, b directed qttention to his autmeratio methods, and he will prob ably be taught that laws were made to oontiol him as well as his employes. The oholera epedemic m assuming alarming proportieas in Ruesss. The present visitation is of much more in tease and more fatal character than wei the outbreaks of the two previous years The disease has even penetrated into Finland, which has hitherto been absolutely free from cholera. The bhoe-s pitaels are full and the prison is being converted into a hospital. Of intereet to this country commer cially is news received by the bureau of American republics to, the effect that a railroad has been completi-d in therepub ol of Colombia which will connect the port of Cartagena, oni the Caribbean sea, with Calamar, an inlanl town on the Magdalena river. A f...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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