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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 October 1894

Chians da to Bave Made Overtures Leekilg to a Cesantieo of the War. GRESHAM AS THE MEDIATOR Maay Promineat Chinamea Advocate Poreiag Control of That Coautry. S.aOMAt, Ot. 1l-A rumor is our rat here that the Chineo government has commenoed negotiations with Japan for peoa. ObChina, it is said, has offered to anknowledge the independena of Core. and pay a war nlademnity to Japan. A Mialster Resalied. YoroautA, Oct. 12.-M. Otori, Jape nse minister to Cores, has been recalled owinl to his failure to carry out reftes. Count Mouye will proceed to Cores u his successor. The Ualted States as Mediator. Wasxnarox, Oct. 12.-It is stated by good authority that it the combined powers decide to Insist on peace between China and Japan eacretary of State Graham will be used to set as medi ator. studeats maeotetd. 8a.aiz, Oct. 12.-Two Japanese students who were surrendered to the Chinese authorities by the United States consul have been barbarously executed by order of the vice roy. They died bravel...

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. — 19 October 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE: STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ~rr spee.mateivel Coames HAL a. CO3S5TT. M3sals Conate. For Assmeatle lasste tsum - Cour L. A. A. LUOIC COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Ite baeter BOABT3 8. VOID. For Depsmanatelv J. . UNDT, 303T ILYINN. I W. N. LITCHE S. or Ioert. L. L. MoDONELL I wor Trssrr- . DAVID WILLIAMB. For County Attormv JOHN W. STAIMON. For Auditor H. L. DE800MBEB. For Assesor- J. K. CLABL Fot Sperintendsat of County Schools MRS. CLABMNCE A. OGDEN. 8or rveor- . W. FEBGUSON. For Cotone W. A. LONG, M. D. rot Peubli AdminhQator- C. C. TUBNNB. Jstios. of the Peaso (Great Flls Township) J. P. FITZGBALD,. P. A. MIBBILL. Coetables (Gret Fall Towmnshp) W. D. WHITE. MICHAEL H10lEY. Helena ahriekers are proclaiming that Butte will give its vote to Helena, but thus far no mention has been made of the organization of a Helena for the capital club in that city, nor have the names of the prominent citizens there, who favor Helena. been published. Tax TRIBuxE is aware that a few...

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. — 19 October 1894

READAND PONDER EBluast and Etingg Werd of harlee Lane o BSilver Bow County. AiACONDA FOR THE CAPITAL Addrea on the Important laoect by eRo. Allea R. Jey of Lv. itaston. At the Anaonada for the capital mass meetLag, hed at the Great Palls opera rhose Monday evening, Oct. 18, the opera hone being crowded, addresses wen made by Obharles Ine, presdent I the Blyver Bow Trades and Labor as ably, and Hon. Allen. Joy of div On being Introduced Mr. Lane epoke follows: eP5100 O OOARLUB LANK. Ladies and Gentlemen: It gives me nbounded pleasure to meet with you te evening. I feel thoroughly at home restFalls. Great alls s known as of the links in the chain that binds tans together, and that Montaan is own all over the east as the Gibraltar lbor. [Applanes.] I believe that we have a right to ask to vote for Anaoondator the capital. the firt place I want to eay that I ve no copper collar around my neck er had. I belong or have descended a race of mean who said to King of England, "No collars arou...

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. — 19 October 1894

THE CITY EIIIEERS RECOR Mach VehlaM Work Is Be.lg Does In Reduelrs Order Oat or Cmee,. The Grades .l the City Street Need Cheking Up and New Pro. Iles Made. City Engineer Sweariuger is busy working up the reords in his oMbe and getting the matters pertaining to stret grades, sewers and sidewalks into ship shape. He has prepared pro1ir map. showing the excevation on all the lateral sewer built since he was city nglineer. Thee maps are colored to show the dif ferent strata of eerth, sand, gumbo, soft rook and hard rock through which the contractors had togo in excavating the ditches through the various block., and these records will be very valuable to the city when the streets in these blocks come to be graded, showing as they do just the amount and character of the excavations required and enabling the city engineer to make a very close esti mate on the cost of any proposed im provement. Speaking of street grades Mr. Swear inger said that there was urgent need of checking over the s...

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. — 19 October 1894

r AMBITIOUS GIRLS. SOME GREAT WOMEN WHO WERE PRECOCIOUS CHILDREN. Dome otable amplesi WlehsGoo t.Prere That Ability I Apt to evselt Iealf a Marly With Ol.s as With Bla--5ms seo waem mad to merage. "I wonder if most famous women as ambitious and gave signs of fu. greatness in their early youth as men?" asked a thoughtful look. , dopplng her book "The Lives OeAt Musio$ans, " in whioh with she had been reading of the boy great women have been pre " answered her aunt, whose brain posesed the charming fao storing up all manner of inter information against a rain of ces from her clever niece. "Let back to that sweetest character in history, Lady Jane Grey, and I fnd she was only 18 years old t learned scholar and fine gen Bpger Asoham, found her read to's 'Phatdon' in the original while the rest of the family were a hunting party. But it was not knowledge of Greek little Lady as satisfied. She spoke French, d Italian fluently, writing them d translated easily from Hebrew, and Arable~ When...

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. — 19 October 1894

HELENA'S "SCAB" CONTRACTOR Largest Makes a Hnmiliating Ceates sion-Minseapolis Men to Have Worked on the Bewers. Younggreen of Helena Ask the City Coanoll to Condemn Trades Unionism. The city council met in regular meet ing Monday, all aldermen present. Mayor Gelethorpe stated that Fred erick Younggreen of Helena, to whom the contract for the construction of cer tain lateral sewere was awarded at the meeting of October 3, provided he would agree "to employ none but union labor on said work," had refused to accept the conditions, stating that he paid only 20 cents per hour to his best men in Helena and could not pay the prevailing union rate in Great Falls, which is much higher than the Helena union rate. Clerk Clark said that Mr. Younggreen had expressed a wish to have a special meeting of the city council called to ree cmd the provision, naturally obnoxious to all Helena men; but Mr. Clark, know. ing that the aldermen were not "scabs," I advised him that such an attempt would be us...

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. — 26 October 1894

SThe Weekly Tribune. VOLUME XVI.- GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , OCTOBER 26, 1894. E CREMATEI aeleeeuet in the Village af Nyack, New York, Ye terday. APE OF BOTH PARENTS Their Four Children Were Made Victims of the Devouring Flames AoT, N. Y., Oct. 22.-Four grand of the Rev. William Taylor, let missionary bishop of Africa, ed in the burning of the elegant of their father, Ross Taylor, in Nyack today. In addition, one as so badly burned that he can y recover, and two others were y Injured. It was a little after 4 when Mrs. Taylor wu awakened Se. he aroused her husband, Tayldr. He found the halls th smoke, the fire having ob great headway. Mr. and Mrs. groped through sumooatingemoke open air without having been able d a helping hand to their chil r othersofthe household. Asthey the fire department arrived. ergies of all were directed toward ue of those who remained in the structure. The two eldest Tay dren, Steward and William, were , and jumping from a window, caught without being se...

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. — 26 October 1894

A MOB DISPERSED Exciting and Bloody Times in an Ohio City Over a Negro a Criminal. J STATE MILITIA CALLED OUT They Fire Into the Crowd and Thrae Were Killed and Othears t Wounded. WASHINOTON COC:T HoUsE, O., Oct. I 18.-Yesterday Jasper Dolby, colored, s pleaded guilty ton criminal assault upon f Mirs. Boyd, a white woman, and was son tenced to twenty years in the peniten t tiary. After the sentence a large mob c gaihered and demanded the prisoner. r The sheriff refused tosurrender him and I a company of militia was called out. The military entered the court house and Col. Coit, the commanding ollJcer, warned r the mob that the building and prisoner ] would be protected. In spite of the warning the mob made a rush and broke into the court house and were fired upon and several killed and wounded. Exciting Sceaes. COLUMIILS, 0., Oct. 18.-Jasper Dolby, the negro sentenced at Washington Court House to twenty years' imprison ment for a criminal aseaulton Mrs. Mary C. Boyd, an old white wo...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 26 October 1894

AT HE MANT Miles Is Called Upon to 1x. plan a Statement in His Report, H HE READILY DOES, Declares that His Language Not Properly Be MiL. understoed. Orrr, Oct. 19.-The following deane io reference to a mooted of Gen. Miles' annual report lanatory: a COIT, Oct. 1.--To Gen. N. A. . 8. A., Fort Rill, O. T.-This in your second annual report much quoted and commented eand public: duot of the troops in reetor and confidence when mob vio. a reign of terror existed in as marked by great forbear tude, and excellent discipline, presence and action here very ntributed to the maintenance w, and, in my opinion, saved try from a serious rebellion had been publicly declared to e one most reeponsible for its been said the 'one' you re deot Cleveland, and it has ed by your friends that you t 3. V. Debe. Will you a statement about the mat Assoolated Press at Kansas Isseminatlon throughout the d thereby favor us? "MEaxLVI a E. Browx, Manager AssooIated Press." Oea. MIles' Reply. a, O. T., Oct. 19.-M....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 26 October 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. alr B5.prsntativla Coem HAL a. COBBTT, Mieseel Countr. pea Assoelate Justice gapesm Court L. A. LUC., Gallatin Coaty. COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For State Simator OBBBT I. FORD. For Bepresetlve JERS L BLIE. J. C. BUNDY, BOBERT yLYNN, W. N. LFTrCHEL. or Sheriff- ROBERT PONTIT. For Clerk and beoede- L. M. cMDONNELL. For Treasurer DAVID WILLIAMS For Conty Attorne- JOHN W. BTAIcION. For Auditor H. L. DElBOMBED. For Assemor- J. K. CLARK. For Superintendent of Coanty Schoole Ba. CLABMNCE A. OGDEN. For Surveror & W. pFRGUSON. For Coroner W. A. LONG. M. D. otr Publio Adminlstrator C. C. TU7IN3B. Justiceo of the Pesos (Great Falls Township) J. P. FIIJIGURLD, 1. A. MEKBILL. Constable (Gret Falls Township) W. D. WHITE. MICHAEL HICKEY. DISTINOUIEHID VISITORS. Harkl hark! the dogs do brk. The begrs have come to town. All with tags, some with Jags. And some with velvet gown. They arrived Sunday evening, and they were not ordinary beggars either. They...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 26 October 1894

STRI Yl IN LINE Great fall Once Again Manifests Its Prebrence For the Cop. per City. Demonstration Last Night t Tht lly Expressed Our People's Sentiments. Men, Women and Children Turn Out Ea Masse and Participate in the Display. arade and Meeting That Has Never Been Bzeelled in Iathu slusm Here. No more opportune time for the e, display and meeting of the t Falls Anaconda for the capital ub could have been selected than last The Helena Independent bhih arrived on the afternoon train tamed the untruthful statement that Anaconda would not get 20 per cent. of e vote of Great Falls, and the Helena og committee, some of whom re Id in the oity, had been making all day importuning the busineess n and others for voting agmistance and ing them with fairy tales about the Helena would get in Butte, Bose. . Mimsoula and other places, though very men addressed Imew to the trary and knew that in each of the named the sentiment in favor of soond is as great -s it is in Great On top of all their va...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 26 October 1894

,THE OUTLOO VERY HOPEFUL Aeeer4Ig; to Pepalist Predstione- eb.rt B. Smith. Speaks at the Opera Hase. Dea McKay, 0. N. Holmes, Director BHoga of the A. R. U. aud Charles Lane Speak. The Black Eagle band attended the populiste of the city to the opera house Thursday, where for two hours several of the most eloquent orators in Montana expounded the doctrines of the third party. O. M. Holme of the county central committee called the meeting to order, and after referring to the facts that nine out of every ten of the 70,000,000 people of the United States were in distress as a result of a mistake of Christ in crest ion or of man in government, and alleg ing that democrats and republicans re fused to jointly discuss issues with the populists, introduced Dan McKay as chairman. Mr. McKay ably and lucidly discussed the relative merits of the three parties, referring to the votes in congress on silver measures. Director Hogan of the Ameriocan Railway union, a citizen of Butte, was then presen...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 26 October 1894

JACKS. Jack That Took Finrs Premism at the World's FWal. Illinois is almost as famous as some the southern states in the matter of first class jacks and jennets. the orld's fair the Anrt premium young jacks we oarried of by an BLACK JACK. oes product, Favorite, belonging to W. Hopkins of Peru. The picture the portrait of Favorite in all his of length of ear. vorite is black, with mealy points. is 14 hanids high and was foaled 95, 1892. Consequently he is now old. e second illustration shows a moth looking jennet and her young colt. . Hopkins is an extensive breeder and jennets, and his long ex oe enables him to give the follow. irections on the care of jacks, since k appreciates and given return for treatment as well as a horse does: 'A jack should have a warm, com ble stable, the windows darkened g the summer, so he can hide from He should have a lot of at least f an acre to run in pleasant days, ere he can get grass, dirt and have m to roll. He should not be fed too oh corn (say t...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 2 November 1894

Youl Historical 8oo The Weekly Tribune. E XVI.- GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , NOVEMEER 9, 1894. WFUL SHOCK eo Bumaos Ayres Is by a Disastrous barthquake. MAGE IS INFLICTED Public Buildinge Des Twenty Thousand Homeless. rs, Oct. 29.-Telegrams say that the city has been lest night's earthquakes. ools and public edifices n down. The people are and comparatively few were as the shocks lasted thirty governor feare that the ounded throughout the number at least 2,000 as tlying towns also suffered. at in many parts of the and opened and geysers or and mud spouted. nus to arrive here with to various departments ages. Del Arbordon has ly swallowed up in huge ned in the ground. The rnment is sending special doctors, tents, food and ear away the wreckage. It that at least 20,000 people I LL= MARINES. Heywood Thlaks They Are a Sranch of the Service. N, Oct. 29.-Col. Charles commandant of the United e corps, in his annual report increase of the corps. He is at desertions were caused in ure by 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. — 2 November 1894

HORRIBLE STORY Crew of a Whaling Vesse Make a Remarkable Find on Their Journey. A PILE OF ESQUIMAUX BONES Eupposed that They Meant a Party Were Starring and Turned Cannibals. DuDxaz, Oct. 25.-At the beginning of August the whalers Aurora, Balaena and Eequimaux were in Prince Iegent inlet searching for white whales. They steamed into Elvin bay and a party from the Balaena went on shore They had not gone far when they came upon a ghastly ring of corpsee, the remains of Esquimaux who bhad evidently died of starvation. The clean picked bones and partly devoured bodies revealed a story of cannibalism. One corpse had been be headed and the head was found thirty yards away from the trunk at a place where some one had evidently made a meal upon the flesh and brains. It is supposed the party, while traveling. found their progress checked by the set ting in of winter and that one by one they succumbed to hunger and finally the stronger, in a futile effort to save their own lives were driven t...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 2 November 1894

OUS FLAMES slve Lives Lost by the Destruc- a tion of a Death-Trap in t Seattle. r r OLD HOTEL BUILDING bee Fire and Is Destroyed Be fore the Firemen Could Get to Work. ThLE, Oct. 27.-A fire which re certainly in twelve deaths and cry of three persons broke out in 11 known West house at 1 o'clock orning. All the dead are burned recognition and the coroner de to allow the bodies to remain found in the hopes that the pro could identify them by means of I register. A sharp explosion rd in the kitchen in the rear the second story by S. F. Butler, the proprietor, and immediately I began to spread rapidly through I inner timber of the corrugated ilding, one of a row of two-story I res owned by J. M. Coleman. F. E. Bryant turned in the fire d then turned his attention to the terrified people, who peered ery window with the flames fast up behind them. Hie found sae Allen and her 2year-old child indow. "Drop the child," shouted r. She did so and he caught ly in his arms. Deposit on the ground...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 2 November 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. WEEKLY. r Tr..........tOB One year.........l..Ms imonthe........ (..00 s months....... 1.00 S h ....... 75 Thre months..... .7 One week ......... is py....... 0 Unless nid in advance the daily will invari. ably be 75 ents. per month, and th weekly $2 per ear, 1 for sis months and 20 oeats per month for less than alx monthse. Advertislng rates farnmished on application. The ireleultion of the Trlbune In Northeyn Montana is guaranteed to exceed that of any paper pablished In the state. eubecibers desiring their addres chbanged mast seed their former addressu s well se the now address; this should be remembered. THE TIBIIUNE. Great Falls, Mont. STATE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For iepresentative in Congress- HArL . CORDIITT, Missonla County. For Asoeirte Justice Supreme Court L. A. LUTCE, Gallatin County. COUNTY DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For State Senator IOBERT S. FORD. For lepresentatlrve JEIIE LESLIME, J. C. BUNDY. ROBERT FLYNN. W. N. FLETCHEI. For Shr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 2 November 1894

ATCH THE ECHOW rest Falls Again Sends Greeting to the Sister Cities of Montana. NACONDA FOR THE CAPITAL e Feeling for the Copper City Is More Pronounced Here Than Ever. r the ninth Monday since the capi campaign was opened in Great Falls peo pie of this city crowded the tiful opera house to its full capacity ear Anaconda-for-the-capital die , and to listen to the singing of nda songs. The music for the g was furnished by the Musicians' band, and their selections were bly rendered and heartily en The audience was fully in sym y with the occasion and the ap se was frequent and hearty. The t of the Helene people to get up a ter demonstrdtion under the guise labor meeting did not in the least ere with the Anaconda gathering. speakers were Georgo Haldurn and ard Paschal, two prominent attor of Butte, and each made ringing ee. A felture was the "Helena ig," as Mr. lialdorn called it, was in reality a panorama show a corporations (on paper) of Hel and this when unrolled to the nae caused n...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 2 November 1894

MARQUIS PULLMAN ANI CHILOS Were Effectively Contreated Last Night by Superintendent ]. A. Steere. A Good Audience at the Presbyterian Church-Excelleit Miscellaneous Program Rendered. The Presbyterian church was com fortably tilled Thursday by an intelli gent and appreciative audience eager to listen to the attractive program prepared by the Cascade county teachers' insti tute. County Superintendent Stephenson presided and the following program was rendered: Piano solo, Miss Sadie Patterson. Recitation, Miss Georgia McNeil. Quartet, Misses Josephine Trigg and Eva B. Conner; Messrs. C. D. Eliot and A. C. Coleman; Miss Sadie Patterson, pianist. Lecture, "Reciprocal Charity As Il lustrated by the Life of George W. Childs," Hon. E. A. Steere. Mr. Steere said that in an empire gov erned by a single ruler the masses need no education; they could not use it in their government if they had it, for they have not the use of the ballot. But we are wont to say that in America the peo ple must be...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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