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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 27 July 1894

The ,"sh"r sd DII Net Dete, Rail eal Utapbres fam nRetmrsas to Week. PROTECTiOl FOR EMPLOYES. The Railways of the West Are Like. ly to ter Into ta Tra. e Comadle. CuOroao, July 19-Debe menifalto rw suldsa in the Overton edit warning rilroad ms at the stock yards to de. lt frot woreek or be branded as '"sab," seemed to bhav littleo fft, u the rail roed remllr eturnedto work a usual. b&ere temgah iuts oa ompare will men evor by kir .. r At rtheI an t. today m g Middle tofnt warstens to work.I Petered Sm meabout 1,00 will be nesU yb e ha the works can resume. The l I strike likely to have the efeat e alting the railwae, partloul. any these ao the west, In closer union theu they have ever had up to the preset. The Geaeral MManagers seo. eotioon hadled the strike so atletmoctory to all the reed enoaeroned that the bhave begun to ask why the same spirt o harmony cold set be utiled to great adv n t a Itrao natters. There is the knld kof !ella that all roadsbol be conetrated an o effort...

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. — 3 August 1894

he Dafly Tribune-All the News-Every Morning Before Breakfast-Only 75 Cents a Month-Largest Circulation and Best Advertising Medium in Northern Montana. FOR ALL CLASIKS W. E, CHAMBERLII , ^5"" THE WEEKIY TRIBUNE. :B: JOB. PRINTING, •WLol, ios, .JAm HELLOI 45. "---- VOLUME XVI.- GR1EAT FALLS, MONTA.A, FRIDAY , AUGUST 8, 1894. ON TH FRONTIER A IP Cieso Army Has Crossed the N]ete Irstler ae cmns. WA ISiS WEIN I EAIIEST, AIeeMt at the agseesat tawepohM ChIme sad Japs aSaNUmAI, Jety 30.-A large Chinse armr has erem the orlthweteri oaerw dof oves, sad is marhblng down the pealsula. A secod army in being uhastiy eippe4. No details ha been reedived of the battle said to have taken place at Am, between Ohism and Japanme flres. It le reported that mevenrl Chinese ateamen have been eptumed and ethere destoyed at Take.. Torpeim have been placed in the IaLwenhar ahel of the Yang-Tl ¶ ia vr in eo der to compel the ye m pu withtble eay range of the Woo gl ort,. Pass, July 30.-The following l~ the t...

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. — 3 August 1894

*EIýKLY TRIBUNE l mAllh tlggllalset be - en .=aesee. T TRUIIUNE COOMPANI. wreat eail. Meat ugasrdilg Prairie Irres. Wbe Skph Growers' Journal of Mile C ui ma the following pertinent re marks regarding prairie fire, which are equally applicable to Cascade county: "It ie wins to call attention to a dan. er belr it ts too near. An ounce of prevention is better than a pound of curs, but the danger we allude to only admits of prevention. When it comes there is no cure. The lose i absolute. "If the present torrid weather con* tinuee the range gras will soon be in ripe condition for taking ire on the slightest opportunity. It would be too bhad if in addition to all the ills that flmb is heir to and all the miseries that have been thrust upon us by no fault of our own, but merely that certain per so abhould enjoy the luxury of indulg iag their sympathies at our expense, for certain other people to whom we never did any harm, we should through our own negligence have to sul fer from a scoura...

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. — 3 August 1894

SMEAT LIST A umbfr at the Metn Impieated a $Im al S eatherlag Alit. Gea. Tauneyr o Colord., ARE NOW UIDER ARREST. The . ellith SIehme Was Coneoeted la the Jail 0O3. by Comety Oieldls and Others. Dpvtrs, July 9--BSeides the three .adrepat sheraf arrested at Colorado SpIlg last night for complicity ln the ts Wl and feathering of Adt Gen. Stwq, there have been arrested in 't i oha A. Regan, turnkey at the 4i;4.1, at the Springe on the .ight of theatoeagl his beother Michael, a dsp. W Uhett " Aills, an e*deputy. ieq l.t the Spriag. an John e of a wealty ine owns, R fRebbeke, and a back m RXI.y. t is sMid the e n Sheriff Bob Mul leader. He ha gone to sedzd.s-y Wilso, an oher toOhi but both will be aptred. ef of Pollee Arm strog this ity, has the confessIon of gy .c sarkwr, who esys that Z e ee -saw J.J. MYuli give rshretl7 money to buy the tar and Is rtepy tod that Rean ha St Sheriff Bowere turneda prs-. .-erh d with murder out of jatl to uisn outrage. Excitemenot run high at l rings and...

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. — 3 August 1894

W W ELY TRIBUNE oe the r geods .ad. gg leat nrompeter of the pros bO eerntry. he Dry Good loaod a alrolear not long operchpts in may parts of the Itater aking a aumber of Amon thest were thee: ew doaes your stock compare with pro viusm mam at this time of year? What is the outlook for the fall business in your seotion? On what class of indus tries is your trade dependent? Of all from whom replies were re esived, in the Dakotas, in Montana. in Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Idliansa Colorado, Nebrask., Wisconsin and Mimouri, more than half were carrying less stock than they had done at the same time of year for several pre vious seasom. Whether this is because they have bought less or sold more is, however, not stated definitely. Most of the merchants who replied are depend ent on agriculture for their trade, though in Ohio 12 are dependent on manufactures and 11 more on agricul ture and manufactures. Twenty out of the 89 Ohio merchants expect a flourish ing fall trade. Mining ...

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. — 10 August 1894

"he D*Iy Ttibune-All the News-Every Morning Before Breakfast-Only 75 Cents a Month-Largest Circulation anu Best Advertising Medium in Northern Montana. OB PRINTING, w ,ls-, imAds, I, hmy0., HELLOI 45. rJ GREATFA-=,L,,,-A. FD4 A'US-1. OLUXE. XVI.-- GREALT IALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAT', AUGUST 10, 1894. OADS RESPONSIBLE. K IT. Moea llam Leaders of Riot Were Hiral B the Managua Amsoclatios ND THEY CAN PROVE IT. formation Given to Mayor Hopkins in the Claims Cases-8trike Declared OS. CmcAoo, Aug. 8.-Durng the past ek a committes of the Ameican Rail sy union held frequent consultations th Mayor Hopkdis. W. E. Burns, a tor of that rgrmisation and the d of the committee has admitted t the purpose of their visitwas to rnish the authorities with informa. in touching the damage claims of the rind companies. The A. R. U. men y they eypeot to prov in many tanes that the destruction of rty for which damages are clamed, Sdone by man in the employ of the aend enelmanagers' amoc n. Vhey claim to be able ...

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. — 10 August 1894

Mema Peqle Ae to Give Their Ide ia Regard to R tu r< C.mOtaMeame Rabb WN Present Them at Denver, Sept. l. . 3. Robbines of Great Falls, Moa teab' member of the executive commit te of the National Irrigation oongress to beglna Denver Sept. 3, ha ieed the followlag locular letter in regard to the matter: "For several unavoidable reasons the report of the state oommisldon to the National Irrigation congrem to be held la Denver the week beginning Sept. 3, has been much delayed. The state com mislion cannot voice the true sentiment of the people of Montana unless they are wiling to express It upon such im. portent eubjeote as the ceelon of the arid land to the statee by the govern meat; the control and superviseon, the proper apportionment and taxation of the water within the state, those flowing Into the state from other states or the British posseselon, or from this state into them. "It is particularly dsesire that this te hew a large and enthusiastic re oepia at Denver, and that 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. — 10 August 1894

Bg BNOOD The Amssea at Preldrtit Cnrat of eraoe Uos Trial fire His Cow ardly Crime. IT WAS A EUBERIIATE MIIDER. The Trial Will Be Short sad the Ver dliet o Death Will Be Speedily Carried Ot. Iroas, raase, Aug. .-Caeearo Ban dow, the murderer of Preldent Caraot, was put on trial today. M. Broaullae, who peslded over the court, hI the judgE who drew so much riticism upon him selt b condemnalng the bill for the uop pemio cat anarchist orime, aooemtly paierd by the obhamber. A platoon of agally sarrounded the priason v as it was dl at a gallop from the prison of it. Paul to the court house, around which is a double oordon of troops. When the reading of the ndiotmant was oalhed the nams of thirty witnese were called, ad the preeld.ing jud aa to quntioen the accued. The - eelted the known facts about the mily of the prisoner, the lattwer aweri: "JuOt so I never had a dis puto with anyone." The judge coutleued: "low about ouar morallty?" "I suppose it was the same r that of, ober young men...

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. — 10 August 1894

F N c Its Prim ea Lbaasly Preamble of t w entrm. The Dark lastera Methods Adapted by the Cstaenles Not Regarded Paverably. The populist convention of Cascade ounaty assembled at the court house Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock to put in nomination a full county and legisla tive ticket. Before the hour arrive the court house was peaked with delegates and spectators. Among the latter class were many well-known local politicians who appeared to take a lively interest in the proceedings. As the clock marked the hour of 2:25, Dan McKay, the father of the peoples party in this city, rose to his feet and called the meeting to order O. M. Holmes, secretary of the central committee, read the call under which the convention met. Then Chairman McKay addressed the convention bI an earnest speech which was greeted with great applause. He spoke in part as follows: "The people's party owes no debt to any lndividual and personal ambition must be set aside if the party would win. The ofor in this new ...

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. — 17 August 1894

' he Wee Tribune. VOLUME XVI.- GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, IDAY , AUGUST 17, 1894. i I - u a. m u 1n a l 11A P ··Y Aaa* In the Democratic Caucus Crisp In. a troduced a Resolution to Pass the Senate Bill. IT PASSED VERY QUICKLY. Coupled With It Ws a Resolution For Free Sugar, Coal and q Iron Bill. WAnglcmrox, Aug. 15.-An hour be- t fore ten o'clock, the time set for the caouus, memabers began to arrive at the capitol and hasty consultations were held on the course to be pursued. Speaker Crisp was joined in his ofiee by Chairman wilsou and Representatives Turner, McMillin a~ Montgomery, making the full mebership of the house demooratic conference commit tee. Repesentative Brockenridge of Ar kansas, an advisory member of the con ferenoe, was also present. It was a Anal consultation on the line of action to be presented by the honse leaders to the eaucus. The meeting lasted until it was time for the canouus to convene. In the meantime there was A eem etof Animation on the floor of the house. ...

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. — 17 August 1894

, e l r of the Motan. eamawelea who was sentenced to ~ rmte ths ero oaetmpof court, he l by Judge Knowles. To this at of the judge there will be no ob. Jeutis. B iamprisonment for one day vladiated the Ikw and every right think ag man sad woman will be glad that he has bees disohated and given an oppor. tualty to earn his living. It is now ertain that the straight democratio tlekbt has carried In Ala. bama and a legislature has been elected that will insure the return of Senator Morgan to the senate. No matter what their politics, the people of Montana should rejoice in this outoome of the contest, for the silver cause has no abler or more persistent champion in the land than the senator from Alabama. Oorey is making a sort of a spectacu lar campaign in his race for congrese in the old McKinley district in Ohio. lie is accompanied by a brase band and singers and banners, in fact he is a een sation. In the meantime the misguided men whom he led in his fruitless mission toWashington 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. — 17 August 1894

ILSctR, ANAMLS. e Of " nta in the TWmea4 Tar 1 amthtrlug Tells Who .... L0d !t THEY WERE PROMINENT MEN And Politteal Enemies of the General, lastead of the Scum of Bull Hill. Deawvs, Aug. 9.-The News says: Joe R. Wilson, the El Paeo county dep uty sheriff who was captured by Gen eral Tarey in Missouri, has made a full confssion, and given to Chief of Polie$ Armstrong the names of all of the men connected with the outrage com mitted in Colorado Springs a few weeks ago. Wilson was brought back to Den ver by OBSoe Cross, and he spent the night in the oity jail. On the train go. ing to the 3prings in the morning he weakened and told everything that he knew of the affair. He confirmed the story that a mur derer out of the El Paso county jail was allowed to help to put tar and feathers on Tareney. It Was a Polltiest Plot Every detail of the tar and feathers affair is now in posseslon of the Den ver officers, and however high a position the offenders may hold, they will ulti mately be brou...

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. — 17 August 1894

. S: A E. . . . anep UlI er Diseuson at Diaver. . B. RebbIs Talks to a "Tribune" epresentatie Abeat This Im pt SaltWeet. A T1imaun reporter called on 8. B. Robbs, s committeeman for this state oa the easuftive committee of the nat ounml Irrigation board, and asked him some questions in regard to the business whish will come before the irrigation seowpes which meets at Denver, Sep atmber . In reply Mr. Robbins talked as foleow "The present condition of irrigation development and thecontrol and manner of appropriation of waters is by no means stifahetory. There is much that should be done to improve this and it should be dose as soon as possible, for the compli ations are daily growing worse. As the matter now stands, more land is being brought under ditch every year, although in such dry years as 1889 and 18900 there was often more land under ditch along some of the smaller streams than could be supplied with water without storage. The older settlers should undoubtedly have the prior...

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. — 24 August 1894

he Weekly Tribune. VOLUME X..VI.* GRIEAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , AUGUST 24, 1894. DEBS HAS A SAY And tives H tSteLory of the 8trike to the loeeral Ivtestigatlng Committee. DID INT BINEI THE STRIKE It Was lirenght Abeut by time Pitiable Co.ditite of the Imployec at Pullman. CIncAGO, Aug. 21.-The A. R. U. president, 3. V. Debe, was a witness be. fore the strike committee today. The court room was crowded from bench to doorways. "Now, tell us in your own way, Mr. Debs," said Oommiestoner Wright,"what you know of the Pullman strike and its results." Leaning forward in his seat the tall leader of the great strike began in a low, clear voice a recital which gradually be came more earnest and forcible as he proceeded until it developed into almost an oration. He told of having received word that a strike in Pullman was immi nent and of his coming to Chicago to in. vestigate. "I found that salaries had been out time and again until skilled mechanles were working their lives away for wages ...

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. — 24 August 1894

-s ea*te. gmwo o. g l&eImlmsat questions to be &iet m the elsetes, of Montane at 4th etlse d eleA e is the location of the pasenat eagital eor the state. The rival emdlats for the honor are Ana eeds ead Helena, and already the con test between the two clties is on in good shape The press throughout the state, with but few exceptions, has already take sides and announced its prefer enae, and if the papers severally repre mast the views snd sentiments of the ompnualties in which they are pub IMbed Anaonds is by long odds the favoeite and wall come off the victor. The Tatancu in the battle will be for Ana oesds and will urge its claims from this tims untill the polls close on election day, for it is of the opinion that it should and will be selected. In spite of its assumption to the con trary, and in spite of its brag and blust er, Helena has no reason to give why it should be the capital except the very ilogical and unsatisfactory one that it wants it, Had it gone a little fu...

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. — 24 August 1894

STILL Fl6 INMt leUeesla Bsatetsr at Their Wits' Rade Arangl.g te Defebat the Tanrf Bill. A WAITING POLICY ADOPTED I. the Meantime the .emonerat Are Figarlng to lGet Action In the Senate. WAsaumworo, Aug. 17.-Ae soon as the reading of the journal tin the senate was completed, Harris, on behalf of the deemoouati steering committee, moved that the senator of California (White), be appolnted to the vacancy on the fineo eommittee ciused by the death of Veane. Chandler interposed an ob jection. Harris made the point of order that his motion was privileged because it looked to the oresalsation of the sen ate. Chandler remarked sarcastically that it was a little late to begin the or ganisatlon of the senate. Senator Mur phy offered a resolution in the senate today to the effect that there shall be no further legislation on the tariff at this session, in view of the Carlisle letter. He asked unanimous consent for its Im mediate consideration, but it went over on an objection by Cockrill. 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. — 24 August 1894

A lDia h SmI lo Operatle.ss of l tbs eCas s Coyma adeA .itely. Contreets sad Orderst r Contemplated Impesemeae Will Be Can eelled. Jame Bhields, manager of the Cast ner Coal company, arrived In Great Falls Wednesday afternoon and will go to Belt today for the purpose of closing up the affairs of the company. In a conversa tion with the TarBLnc upon the subject Mr. Shields said that the shut-down would be complete and permanent; the mines would be closed, the pumps drawn, the store shut up and the goods in stock sent to Great Falls or elsewhere for disposal. Further, that the contracts for machinery for the mine and coking plant had been cancelled, and the manu facture of brick for the ovens had been stopped. Notice of the decision to close down had been sent by telegraph to President Hill of the Great Northern, in order that he might be advised that there was no need to go further with the construction of the contemplated rail road spur. Mr. Shields expreseed the deepest re gret at ...

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. — 31 August 1894

The ee ribune. VOLUME XVI.- GREAT FALLS, MONTAA, AY, AUGUST 31, 1894. ........~~~~~~~~~~, "r* .... . ..., _.. . . . . . ..r . . .. . . . TO AID THE WEST esra. Legillatleo Durlan the Session That Will Benefit This Section. ONE UIUION ACRES OF LAND Urasted to Reek of the Western States to Be Redeemed by lrri gation. WAss.lorox, Aug. 27.-A review of the work accomplished by congroes at the session which will close today and which is of interest to the west Is the cession to each of the arid land states and states which may be formed from territories of 1,000,000 acres each of des ert lands for reclamation, a plan which is Intended to advance the movement fur irrigation in the west, and partilly to take the place of the project for irri gating by thegeneral government, which has been advocated by the western members. An act was passed extending from four to live years the limit of time with in which final proof may be made by settlers who have declared their ,inten tion of taking up des...

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. — 31 August 1894

e" a ebese bm ae t .W ed. Ilb w eaeernet ar- t sawwI cunties L i t u m athe b ,ther ust-. l nr s ths hbead lhatbe arel es (llmast M poaesal prMprty In this dW (em auegmeat bers ta have beoi x,11 to whisk the action of the bhes his bemn added, $114,067,80. In ubabdw of the hred base comelde the oat. Ameeg 6the f Ad nder the head of pame el pearty arn mea and most. gagle 1e law a nuir that they iall be retrnd at ther hoe and asteal vale. Under the loores as -m. by thei daeboed If a mn holds a melgge for $1.0100, he is compelled w $ ,1 0. sand If he is rtbhavel000 at o la the ba.k the treasurer will present him a bill ad .alet that he pay taxes on 0,00. Th is lea ourious etate of affaire .ad throws the federal lnome tax in the Yet I spite of the Inoonsistncy of the smuation the learned and good attorney geaee.l ve mthat it is all right. In the Indepedent of yesterday he is quoted a having dropped thems words of legal wisdom on the subject: "Excessive val natioa is not Illegal taxation....

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