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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 September 1894

ALL SORTS OF YARNS FLtASH Ii THE IIGHT. B Snagly away in his little tow Fire island, the man who always his weather eye open sweeps the n with his night glaes, watching aiting. Beside him is his list of r s bound to the great port of which s g beacon way above his head of the sentinels, and all around Smcaing of the distant surf, the ng of waves on the beach at his the whistle of the wind as it and swirls around the tower and ap at its top. Minute after min away, each one marked by a bemn of light sent out over the enly there comes from the south. as if thrown up by the ocean, a of red-red, the danger signal, e watcher is not disturbed. He sits. Not for long, however, as ight glass pointed toward that of red on the ocean's rim shows a ight on each side of it, about 100 way, while just below the rid is a faint speck of green. That is h. The signals have told tlheir and the next instaunt a blinding f green light froin the tower tai the distant vessel, and bhefore its as died away thie...

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. — 21 September 1894

CASCADE COUNTY METHO01SM Its Beginiug in the Early Day- First Religious Services in Great Falls. Laying the Foundation For Another New 3Methodist Church on Sunday Last. Tni TUIBU.NE reporter was fortunate enough to meet Monday Rev. F. A. Riggin and Rev. W. W. Van Oredel, two of the poineer Protestant clergymen of northern Montana, and in conversa tion with them learned a great many interesting facts relating to the early work of the Methodist church in this section, with which both gentlemen have been prominently identified. Some of the facts stated by these gentlemen are reproduced for the benefit of readers of the TaRnuNE who may know but lit tle of the difficulties of church work in early days, and to preserve a brief his tory of the commencement and progree of the Methodist church in this county. The first Protestant church work done in this section of Montana was at Sun River. Rev. Mr. Riggan was at that time presiding elder of a diocese which extended over all of Idaho and Mon...

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. — 28 September 1894

Sant NJidrr eiadesI The Weekly Tribune. 'OLUME tT '.- (G EAT FALLS. MONTANA, Fiill)AY , II'T IE i:iI 11 189.1. ANUT ION ASKEI e Japanese Purliament (ailed To gether for a Short Special session APPROVE SOME ACTIONS the Government-Newspaper Men May Go to the Front with the Army. YOKOHAMA, Sept. 24.-A rescript has en Issued convoking a special session the Japanese pariament at Hiroch ma, Oct. 15, for seven days to discuss Iter requiring the sanction of parlia at. letter from Tien Tsien says the Chi fleet landed 7,000 troops on the ks of the Yalu in spite of the attack the Japanese squadron. The letter that the Chinese ships engaged in battle off the Yalu river were short ammunition. They were ordered by . von Hannekln to ram the Japanese Is, but the order was too late, as e Japanese were already retiring. The foreign department of Japan has ven notice that duly accredited news par correspondents may hereafter ac mpany the military forces of the em ire, and will receive all the consider...

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. — 28 September 1894

IN A BAD PLIGHT Crisis Said to Be Impending in the Affairs of the Great Whisky Trust. CERTIFICATES ARE TUMBLING Directors Have Been Summonned by Wire to Attend a Special Meeting. PEORIA, Ills., Sept. 21.-Just how ser ious a crisis confronts the whisky trust may be imagined from the fact that the directors were summoned by wire to a special meeting today, although the reg ular meeting would have been held Tues day. Otlicials are very secre;ive as to what is being done. President (;reen pit says he knows of nothing that would require the Immediate ulesolutin of the company. It is believed the eastern dis tributing company has the trust where it can squeeze it and is making the most of the opportunity. It is alleged that anxiety about vouchers is only a cloak for its efforts to secure further concese sious from the trust in its hour of ex tremity, shares Tumbling. Ny.w YolK, Sept. 21.-The price of whisky trust certificates is '0 per share. the lowest price on record. The transac tions ...

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. — 28 September 1894

LATER REPORTS Of the Great Naval Battle Fought Be tween the Ships of China and Japan THIRTY-THREE WAR SHIPS Were Engaged In the Conflict-De nials Regarding the it'lst Accounts. I)nDon, Sept. 20.-Dispatches re ceived today from Shanghai says the Chinest fleet, engaged in the battle fought off the Yalu river, consisteu of twelve warships and four torpedo boats. The Japanese fleet was composed of seventeen ships, some of which were small vessels. The (Chiunee claim to have sank the Japanese warship Aush ima and Yossinma and the Japanese transport, which had been converted into a cruiser and named Saiko. A private report from Hhanghai declaros that these vessels were not sunk, as the Chinese claim, but retired fram action disabled. It is reported that the Chinese transport Toonan was sank after she landed the troops, but it i- thought to be incorrect. The report that Admiral Ting and Col. I1ar.nekin were severely wounded seems incorrect, for they have both returned to duty. .IapaUene |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. — 28 September 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Representativeot Coomre - HAL N. COBIBTT, MiLeola County. For Asoolate Justioe Supreme Court L. A. LUCK, Gallatin County. COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Btate Senator ROBERT 8. FORD. For Itepresentativee JERK LEBLIE, J. C. BUNDY. HO.ERT FLYNN. W. N. PLETCHElt. For tSheriff BIIOIERT PONThT. For ('l.rk and t~.eorder - L JL. M.DO.NN1:1,.. For I rnvwnrer Dl I) \WILLIAMS. F,.r l'," .rt.t .1 ,,r ,.y .3f!l.r W'. l'ANt.)ON. 1"or t. alit.,. - .I. 1I. DI+ ' 1181" . For .-. Fr .1. K 'LAR. K. For Su3,po+r l.+.rlt .1 .I't.nr) thIool, 13INi. I( IAll.N t A. Uti;lIEN. lFor , . I t. W. 1.E itWUMON. \1. A. I)ON.i, M. I). For Pu.!o .3I.inirtrutor . . I . It INEIt. Juoto',.. f th ,tacer 44roet FuIs Town l.ip) .I. l'. If'Z EI Al t bb), F. A. \IIIIIJ.I.. :'oný' le,- l;..'t la l.i' townI hip - 71), H llL· h IKYI. . \'1- IIALI. HIC'KEY. .1.5 '(( )NIA .%AND IU l'Tl. ''The lutte Miner has not exactly "ewstch.ed ite systetm" but it has become decidedly illogical....

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 28 September 1894

POINTERS OR THE SIOCKMAN I Intlrmatio Regarding Live Stock That Will Be Read With Much Interest by Farmers and Stock Growers. Evidence crops out ooeasionally that the interest in the Morgan trotter is re awakening. Here and there are still to be found small herds in families where their excellence has never failed to be appreciated. For a time it seemed that the Hambletonian blood would crowd the Morgans out of existence. There is less danger of that now than there was 10 years ago. Say what you please, there is not a family of horses alive that has the steady go in it of the Mor gans. (thers are larger in siz, others have surlassed them in trottilg short heats, ibut for dash and at vim that never ets up or down tlhe Morgans stHoli un xeelled today. One of the Morgan helrds is owned in Minnesota. From this one thebrled has begun to spread ill lmlny quarters. On the picture is sCon the stallion at the head of this famous head. Ihe is i,1w 9 years old lllnd almost as handsome llalls w...

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. — 28 September 1894

IT WAS A WONDERFUL SUCCESS The Presbyterian County Fair Openedl Thursday--urprising Agrl cultural Exhibit. List of the Prises Awarded to the Exhibitors in the Various Departments. The county fair held under the aus pices of the ladies of the Presbyterian church was formally opened Thursday at 8 p. m. by Hon. Paris Gibson. Sur rounded as the speaker was by a display of agricultural wealth, surpassing any thing evor seen in this section before, those who know Mr. Gibson's hobby, if a well founded conviction regarding the capabilites of the soil of this section can be properly described by that word, can readily believe that lihe was in an ex ceedinghl happy miood and did not fail to be eloquent on the subject, giving due praise to the ladies for their energy and succers. A large crowd was present and a most liberal patronage rewarded the ladies for their elforts. The concert given in the evening un der the leadership of Prof. Gaylord was very mucth enjoyed. The piano solo by Hose E. M...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 28 September 1894

IE BLACK EAGLE BAND'S BALL rArgo Crowd Attend in Testimony of Their Appreciation of the New Band. Permanent ('onnty Fair Amsociation -A Fine Monument-Merchants Bank Dividend. Ihe Black Eagle band gave their ball day at the Park hotel. The spa us dining room of the Park was tred for their accommodatihm after per and the guests began to arrive it 9 o'clock. A dance program of onty numbers was arranged, with sup at midnight. There must have beer, nest 100 Xouples in the room and ryone seemed to be enjoying them. es. Manyof the leading society peo were present and the patronage the id ,o)e received in their lirst ball e evidence of the appreciation of the ilic toward this unw musical organi on whi'h has favored the citizens ' free concerts and given other evi ce of its public spirit. rThe money ized from the ball will be used to 1 the treasury of the hand which ow under a large expense, in provil its members with uniforms and other seeary equipments. he guests, after partaking of an ele...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 October 1894

LUME XVI.- GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , OCTOBER 12, 1894. __. .. . .. .... . I,_, ...... ... ....... . I__ , . ..... -_ ._ ~ - - -- - - - - - - - - - ; EN WARSHIPS Seen Cruising About Somewhere Is the Neighborhood of Cores. JAPANESE INQUISITIVE Sheng Tao Tai Swindled the als Governtment and Made His E.cape. , Tmx, Oct. 8.-The steamer Wen reports having spoken seven war on Sunday. Some were ten miles and others were northeast of the ntery. The Japanese were inquir ut the Chinese southern squad A Corrupt OCret1c. DoN, Oct. 8.-A dispatch from hat today says theng Tao Tal, or at magistrate of Tien Tarn, dsgrace and flight have already ported, had bought from Ger discarded rifles, for which two tals each and charged the menat nine tals. He also bought quantity of cartridges which found to be utterly useless. Li Chang disoovered the fraud and ed Sheng to him. In the inter IA Hung Chang ie said to have Sheng's face. Sheng later made tion for leave of absence on the that he was ill and th...

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. — 12 October 1894

WAS ONLY SMOKE The Isagilary War-Cloud Between France and England Has Faded Away. MISTAKE OF NEWSPAPERS Status of the United States Regarding the Madagascar Govern meat. Loanow, Oct: 4-The English news papers have apparently recovered from the scare caused by the hasty calling of the cabinet council. The afternoon news papers are now unanimous in expressing the opinion that there is not the slightest cause for anxiety as to a serious dispute with France. It seems to be admitted that the cabinet council will not be called upon to decide anything more serious than the protection of British interests in China. It seems generally agreed, however, that they will decide the question whether British troops will be sent immediately to the treaty ports of China. The cabinet council met to day. Most of the ministers were present, but Sir William Harcourt, chancellor of the exchequer, was absent. The cabinet meeting lasted from noon until 1:30 p. m. It is understood a perfect agreement was jea...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 October 1894

UNION MEN SPEAK An Emphatle Answer of Anaconda Workingmen to Helena Falsehoods. RUTHS WORTH READING hose Who Know Place Anaconda in a Proper Light Before the People. On Wednesday evening there was an mense mass meeting held at Anacon. a composed only of the workingmen of at city. As will be seen by the list of wee appended to the resolutions all asses of labor skilled and unskilled ms represented and the accounts show at the proceedings were enthusiastic. peeches were made protesting in most measured terme against the false re rte regarding labor in Anaconda now log circulated by the Helena papers bolster up their cause. The indignation manifested took shape a series of resolutions which were opted and which are worthy of con eration by those who take any in. at in labor matters in Montana. The olutions are as follows: THE RESOLUTIONS. AnAconvA, Mont., Oct. 3, 1894. rganised labor, in mass meeting ie. bled at Evans' opera house, do here. unanimously adopt the following lutlons: here...

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. — 12 October 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Rlepresetative in Congrets HAL N. CORBETT, Missoula Count. For Assooiate Jostice Bupreme Court- L. A. LUCE, Gallatin Countr. COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Btate 8eator BOBBRT S. FORD. For Repnesntatt e- JERE LEBLIS. J. C. BUNDY. ROBERT FLYNN. W. 1. ILETOHEB. For Sheriff BOBERT PONTfT. For Clark and BReorder L. M. MoDONNELL. For Treasur- DAVID WILLIAMS. For Countr Attorney- JOHN W. STAb'O1N. For auditor H. L. DEYBOMBEK. For Assesor J. K. CLARK. For Superintendent of Conat BSchools MRI. CLABENCi A. OGDEN. For Rurvemor B. W. FVGOCSON. For Coroner W. A. ULON, M. D. For Public Administrator- C. C. TURNER Justices ot the Peace (Great Falls Township) J. P. FPIAGERALD. F. A. A. ERRILL Constables ((reat Falls Township) W. D. WHITE, MICHAEL MICKEY. AN UNFORTUNATE PARALLEL. The Independent, which is still yelling corporate power and domination and abusing the Anaconda company for hav ing aided so materially in the development of Montana, thinks i...

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. — 12 October 1894

EAR US HELENA see More Great Falls Answers the Slanders That Have Been Showered PO ITS MANY RESIDENTS Gives Notlee Its Vole sad Vote Are for Anaconda for the Capital. Almost a gale sprung up Monday night t 8 o olook, but the bluster of the nd bd no effect upon the residents of rest Falls who favor Anaconda for the pital. It was the fifth publio meeting the Great Falls Anaconda for the pital club and it proved that interest the cause is on the increase. The tty and spacious edli8oe was crowded with ladies and gentlemen and standing room was all that could be obtained by many, yet all remained interested and appreciative listeners until the meeting adjourned. The speakers of the evening were Ron. Stephen De Wolfe and Major H. H. Camp, both of Butte, and the ex ercises were varied with beautiful in strumental mueio by the famous Black Eagle band and exquisite singing by the Butte double quartette. It was expected that several gentlemen . representing the labor organisations of Butte wo...

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. — 12 October 1894

TITLED ENGLISH VISITORS Lord wweases, a Wealthy EnglIsh Peer, and His Daughter Are Visitlag in Great Falls. He Is here to Leeook Over the Bgston and Montana Copper 8melt Iag Works. An elderly gentleman with gray side whiskers and decidedly substantial ap pearance, accompanied by a fair-skinned young lady, stepped off the train from the west yesterday afternoon, and ex cept for the numerous pieces of leather covered luggage which they gathered in a bunch on the platform and kept a watchful eye on one might have taken them ea.sly for a well-to-do farmer and his daughter making a holiday trip to the city 'The lderly gentleman, it was learned, hoever,. is Lerd Swansea of Wal. e. one of the wealthiest peers in ltreat Britain, and tie young lady is his daughter, Lady Violt Vivian. Lord Swansea is the proprietor of large copper mines in Great Britain and the owner of vast cop per emelting and refining plants at Swansea. Wales. His income is said to be one of the largest among the nobility ...

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. — 12 October 1894

INTERS FOR THE STOCIKMAN frmatio Regarding Live Stock That Will Be Read With Much Interest by Farmers and Stock trowers. The accompanying plan of a sheep is one which has been found very fl in the northwest for a flook of ot 500 ewes when crowded to its est capacity, though more conven* tly accommodating 180 to 850 dur. the lambing season, for which it as especially designed, and with slight odifeation made to answer fora shear Sbarn and storing loft later in the A building 30 by 36 feet on the and (Fig. 1) and posts 16 feet high ed the center, from which in three tions went out one story wings, o of them 50 by 96 feet and one 65 O0 feet, making an aggregate floor of about 4,400 feet The center as substantially built, as the second was used for storing feed in win and spring and for the wool clip be een shearing and shipping. Oak posts inches square were set upon flat stones, bedded so as to bring the upper sur 2 inches above ground. Lower 8 feet, the second story being d with dress...

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. — 12 October 1894

CASCADE COUNTY'S TEACHERS Program For the lastitute to He HeM in This City Oct. 24, 26 and S6. A Lecture on "Reciprocal Charity as Illustrated in the Life of Geo. W. Childs." The statutes of Montana provide for the holding of annual teachers' lnsti tutes in every county, which the teachbers are required to attend. Lest year, on oocount of the financial depression and Inclement weather, the county superin tendent decided to hold no institute. Consequently it is expected that the in stitute, called to convene at the Whittier building in this city October 24, 25 end 26 will draw an unprecedented attend. ance and will be characterized by great enthusiasm and vigorous beneficial dis cussions. The schools throughout the county will be dismissed during the institute. County Superintendent Sam Stephen son has arranges a program for the sessions of the institute and will do all is his power to make it the best in the I state. Thursday evening, Oct. 25, at 8 o'clock, Hon. Eugene A. Steers, st...

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. — 19 October 1894

The Veekly Tribune. o UME XVI.-- GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , OCTOBER 19, 1894. NOIS LABOR terestialg ad Rxeltiag Meet ing at the State Fed eraties. MATTERS DISCUSSED Number of ProgreIa.si and pertinent ResolatioUS Adopted. vimtaz, IIIs., Oct. 15.--The oec y' sesseion of the convention of to Federation of Labor opened orning with a fight between the te and trades unions which took whole morning seeeeion. It was t on by the submission of the ug amendment to the constitution federation: vided that no one ehall repreeent who is not actively engaged at mess his union represents, or Ie or thereof." amendment was ably discussed adoption was defeated by a vote 27. The afternoon seseion was y taken up with the discussion of a ries of resolutions submitted by mmittee on resolutions, of which r M. Groves is the chairman. lutions were adopted favoring clean in bakeries to prevent the spread rme of disease; favoring the bakers' of Chicago in its fight against the bakers' association of that 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. — 19 October 1894

FOR A BIG STAKE Battle Betweea Oarbett and Fits simmoua Has at Last Beer Arranged. FIFTY THOUSAND 00DLLARS Florida Will Be the Place and the Date Sometime During Next July. Naw Yoa, Oct. 1L--Oorbett and Fits simmons were matched this morning for a fight for $10,000 and a puree of $40,000 offered by the Florida Athletic club. They met at the Herald office and com plated arrangements for the battle with out any of the wrangling which usually characterizes such a gathering. Each of the principals deposited $1,000 and C proceeded to talk business. The stake 9 money was refused by the Herald be- A cause Supt. Byrnee, who was present, said the principals must not post money d in this state. The same articles that f governed the Sullivan-Corbett fight were h agreed to. Corbett put $10,000 up with A. L. Smith and Fitzsimmons left his e1 $1,000 stand. The articles will be signed h in another state. Corbett stated that 4 his theatrical engagements will not be c< completed until May 1. He w...

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