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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 2 November 1894

·\'~- GENTLEMANLY DRIVING. Is now a Howllng 8well Holds the Reins. ere is now and then a performance an intercity road race for gentle drivers. Whether a gentleman differently from a man who is not tleman we have no means of ing, neither whether a man who like the person in the picture is t account a gentleman. THE OGENTLEMAN DRIVER. y rate, here they are, the geR driver and his beautiful pair at atched trotters. team in the picture took the preo at the intercity driving match. ze was given partly for the hand perfectly matched trotters, partly fine road rig, and partly, Ii 'for the tremendously swell mant hieh the driver held the ribbons himself up regardless. If now· Id drive like a gentleman, study tration. One might as well look gh society chap when he can, Fattenlng mmlma. nick fattening no exercise is For 50 lambs, besides the 200 uare feet of shtd room, I would a shed a trifle larger, in which y sun themselves, and in which fodder may be fed and worked to manure. I would neve...

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. — 2 November 1894

LATEST OUTRAGE Prominent Butte Citisen Made a Victim of the Helena Conspirators. SUPT. HALL OF THE ALICE Resigns His Position Rather Than Be Bulldozed Into Voting for Helena. The Helena people with the aid of W. A. Clark have finally succeeded in securing a notable victim to their cam paign of greed, selfishness and con spiracy. The victim is Capt.W. E. Hall, general superintendent for the Alice company at Butte, who, in defense of his self-respect, has been compelled to resign his position, which he has held with credit to himself and profit to the Alice company for more than 15 years. The only crime of which Capt. Hall was guilty was that he favored Anaconda for the capital, and the Helena Independent and the Butte Miner fairly gloat over the fact that they have succeeded in ac complishing his retirement. In doing this they do not take into consideration the methods they resorted to or the mis representations they must have made to carry out their purpose. It is enough to say that...

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. — 9 November 1894

The Weekly Tribune. OLUME XVi.- GREAT FALLS, MN'ITANA, FIiDAY , NOV IM L.1 19 189.-, HE ILLENIU uri Has Joined the Band and Gone Republican With the Others. YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA h J. Grant Makes a Democratic Talk In the Face of His Defeat. . Louis, Nov. 7.--Chairman Cook of state democratic committee says he ves that the republicans bare ted the entire state ticket by from to 3,000. The republicans also their city ticket with three ex n.ns NEW YORiK. w YoKx. Nov. 7.-The scene on paper Row at 8 o'clock, when it was ed by the democrats that Morton on the governorship and Strong syoralty, was one of the wildest slasm. When bulletins began to y returns at 6 ('clock there were t 2,000 persons on Park Row, but ng the following two hours the d was augmented by a continuous am of people from up-town districts. 8 o'clock fully 10,000 thronged the roughfares, blockading the walks and ing the horse and cable cars. en the concession by the democrats announced there seemed to be three ublicans ...

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. — 9 November 1894

NO MORE A CZAR Alexander III., Czar of All the Rus sliu, Surrenders His Earthly Kingdom TO GREAT MONARCH DEATH The End Was Peaceful, and the De ceased Was Surrounded by His Family. LIVIDIA, Nov. 1.-The following bulle tin was posted at 10 o'clock this morn lng: "The czar passed a night without sleep. The activity of his heart is di minishing rapidly. His majesty's condi tion is very dangerous. His respiration is very difficult." This bulletin is by far the gravest yet issued and the general belief here Is that the death agony has begun and the czar cannot live through the day. It is understood that his ma jesty has not slept at all during the night. The difficulty he experienced in breathing makes every moment a su preme struggle. Later -The czar died at 3 o'clock this afternoon. Immediately after the body of the czar has been prepared it will be laid upon an inclined table preliminary to being placed in a temporary coffin. Priests will then enter the bedroom and will chant the requ...

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. — 9 November 1894

ICKLED BOD IE S d No Bhow Against the Flames at a Big Fire in Indian apolis. EY WERE ALL CREMATED eral Valuable Buildlngs and Their Contents Were All Destroyed. IAnAPouIs, Ind., Nov. 3.-The most trous fire in this city for several broke out shortly after 3 o'clock morning in a building owned and led by the Indianapolis Natural company, on South Pennsylvania aryland streets. The fire jumped Indiana Medical college and the me Scottish R.ite building imme. north. The last building was the of the kind in the country. Its al cost was $100,000 Recently in improvements had been made. ve o'clock the three buildings were uldering pile of debris. Fireman el Muir fell from the third story of ttish Rite building and was snri Injured. Fire Chief Webster was by the falling briks. Tile gas ny's lose is $1;0. )0; insurance, $21, Medical college loss 8.000, fully ;Scottish Rite lose $100,000, with ce of about $75,000. among val asonic matter destroyed in the Rite building were the Hacker the finest ...

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. — 9 November 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DIL. I wIaLT. One sar.......... e .00 Onre rear........ . Bn mounth........ l4.0 i months...... .00 One outhn....... 75h Tree montl .... One week......... . . Single eopy ...... . Unlets hpid in advanes the daily will invari. ably be 75 cents per month, and the weekly 82 eer r, ot. 1 orsi mlonthe ind 2rents pert month for less thea six months. Advertilag ratue furnished on applloetion. 'ke iroultlhon of the Tribune in Northern Muntana is gunrnntiwd to exoeed that rof any abe r ,,ll'tliht t in the statb. ubesnrlors desiring their address changed maut Mehd their former address as well as the new ad refs; this should be remembered. To IHUE it Nr . Gtreat Yalls. Mont. STILL IN IT. It is a matter of regret to Tha TrIn vsx that it is compelled to go to press this morning without any direct inform. ation concerning the capital contest. This, as is explained elsewhere, is due to the break in the telegraph wires. Htow ever, about 11 o'clock the operator...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 9 November 1894

DUATING TH3a oVuO MZMI NT. Isy aed ugear Trusts Respoelble for the Treasuery Deflet. uw YORx, Nov. 0.-A Washington jai to 'the New York World says: monthly treasury statement shows on October 31, 1894, the public t, lees cash in the treasury, amount to $011,327,411. an increase for the th of 013,080,854. e concessions made to the sugar whisky trusts are responsible for big treasury deficit for the past th. The sugar men imported a six ths' supply, before the tariff act t into effect, and the receipts of me from this source have amount comparatively little. The whisky Ithdrew from bond thousands of under the 90 cent tax, with the that it will be several months the additioal 20 cents a gallon t any tigure in the internal rev turns. largo withdrawals temporarily the treasury receipts for the first after the act became operative, log the last four weeks they have d to less than half of the re r the same month a year ago. per cent. tax on raw sugar, the sugar etatesuren virtuously would ...

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. — 9 November 1894

IN BEHALF OF THE AFFLICTED The Ladles of St. Anne's Catholic Church Preparing fbr a Fair -Solicitors Appolated. The Ancient Order of Hibernians Re quested to Assist-Proceeds for Columbus. Hospital. A few days ago the ladies of St. Anne Catholic church determined to give an other of the series of fairs which have always been so successful, the proceeds to be donated to the Columbus hospital. With characteristic zeal and energy plans were at once formed and Friday the ladies held their second meeting at the hospital. The outlook was decided to be extremely favorableand a thorough organization was perfected, Mrs. Pheeney acting as president and Rev. Father J. J. Dols as secretary and adviser. It was decided that Sister Superior Josephine of the hospital should have the entire general management and it was thought that the Ancient Order of Hibernians would cheerfully assist in the duties; consequently lesdames Ryan, LBrennan, Fitzgeraldacd Gallagher were appointed a committee to request...

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. — 9 November 1894

PORTABLE FENCE. P.nded as uewr arm Whereo AnI mne A.n estared. sap movable hurdle is about as a possession as the farmer can With it he is able to fence off in any eld, pasture, garden or They will destroy weeds and they are meant to eat. At the their droppings will enrich • When they have eaten one of weeds, say, the fence can to another spot, and their on can begin again. ovable hurdle or fence in the is popular in Ohia We copy the description, from The ew Yorker: panels are made of 2 by 8 inch ntling. The rail. are 16 feet th 23 feet space between them. connected by two upright poste long, one at each end, extend t below the lower rail and a e the upper. The rails project .e outside these post so as to piece to fit into the notehes of are 7 feet long, placed as the cut and bolted to the two rails. Barbed wires are stretch ed from poat to post and fastened also to the braces. The supports are made of oak -oantlingse inchese quare. The legs are 4 - " feet long, bolted and spread to...

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. — 9 November 1894

TRUSTEES vgjp et jl tspiou .+,st Night T* Corner stead of the (eptral Ituriding Will Re Li, id With Imp.ing ('re mnelie MrKay Ii'ro. ..Jlowied an Eý.tinlte if 83.000. At the adjourned regular meeting of the schooL.board held Wednesday P're.i dent Pomeroy presided and Trustees Hlolm.s, Emerton and Poole were present. A long list of signatures to an endorse nptbt of the petitiop of F. D Joscelyn to'be appointed inspector of construc tion on the Central high school building was presented. MI J. Uolecher made ap plioation ltoohe same appointment. No action was taken. A- number of teachers submitted a written protest against a rule requiring two teachers to be on the play grounds during recess and before the convening of the sessions. it was the unanimous opinion of the board that the teachers can as well endure inclement weather as the pupils, and the rule was not res cinded. The superintendent was instructed to reply to an inquiry from Fort Shaw that a person resident there could atten...

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. — 16 November 1894

TThe Weekly Tribune, " . LUME XVI.- GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , NOVEMEER 16, 1894. ERICAN WINE That Which Mrs. Cleveland he on the Bow of the St. Louis. LAUNCHING A SUCCESS p Pats Mr. Cleveland on e Back for His Naval Policy. l xoTon, Nov. 12. President and veland, accompanied by most of blnet and their families, left gton at 8:15 this morning on a train over the Penneylvania rail r Cramp's shipyard, where the itneesed the launching of the is, which Mrs. Cleveland chris Launching the hilp. i)LPIIIIA, Nov. 12. -Shortly after the magnificent steamehip St. the American line was success- i unobed at Cramp's shipyard. r was witnessed by fully 50,000 Mrs. President Cleveland broke l ditlonal bottle of champagne on w of the noble ship as it glided the ways at the same time utter e words: "I christen thee the St. '' In this instance, for the first nee the ceremony was observed at do, the champagne was of Amer aks. All the preparations for the had been carefully made and al the ship is 12...

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. — 16 November 1894

ON THE ICREASE seports ot Itepblleha Victeries All Over the Country Are Multiplying. RICHARD P. BLAND DEFEATED Democratic Strongholds il Kentucky, Texas and Other States Invaded. WAsEIxoTOx, Nov. 9.-Chairman Bab cock of the republlcan congresmlonal committee received a telegram today from Chairman Blixby of Minnesota, say ing the republicans will send a solid del egation to congress. This announce ment increases Chairman Babcock's figures of republicans in the next house to 256. Chairman Charles Crane of Utah wires that Cannon (rep.) is elected to congress, and that unless the republi cans are counted out they will control the constitutional convention. Chair man T. B. Corwell of California says the republicans elected six congressmen, and Maguire is the only democrat elected. The republicans will control both branches of the legislature, but Estee is defeated by about 1.500. MI SOURI. JEFFraeo CITYr, Mo., Nov. 9.--Of 34 state senatore 18 will be democrats and 16 republican. The hou...

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. — 16 November 1894

ITS FRIENDS ity of Anaconda Through the Standard Sends Grateful Thanks LOYAL SUPPORT GIVEN Who Should Have Been Its and Failed It Also Says a Word. nation so far as the capital is is best summed up in the of yesterday. It is an honest statement of the case, and with Interest by every loyal naeorda in the contest: at for the state, with several nots in eatside counties to asoms to indicate that Helena a small lead in the total. An rival in the fight really has less an are at hand here on which the estimates that have been during the past twenty-four Helena cannot support her returns. While waiting for ,however, the Standard finds of a lead in Helena's favor, inform our readers, because news. end it shall be found that the fight, then there will be t for the paragraph in the tof yesterday morning which t is Butte, and the citizens of 11 keep her action on Tuesday remembrance." Helena never in remembrance any city to r gratitude was due; if she or tactics she will indeed have ligations...

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. — 16 November 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Tmea irI........ ..Ia t ies Ms.....o. laemqota~........ 4.00III moa ... t ..0 e mseeh......... . I :.. 6 o..... . es maid edfsteo the·il, wrd ll e lo r. i e7r oout s pne reatý. ubia we ss pe brr fob rsain ath dxi seabs pe gnom good nb ero THE TBIBUNK BGrea aIl. Mosat. The worst result of the recent elections was the defeat of the silver democrats. Missouri has gone republican and is overrun by train robbers. China is on the run and the Jape ws no good in arbitration. The defeat of Bland causes as much joy in Wall street as a bond Issue. A little brisk work in 1894 will make Great Falls go up the grade a good deal more rapidly in 18,G. We will now have some more of Reid's rules and the sergeant-at-arms of the house can go on an all winter vacation. The moon is very kind to Great Falls just now, but the people would like a few street lights pretty soon, just the same. Republican journals are not falling I over themselves to raise a united whoop 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. — 16 November 1894

IF PORT ARTHUR Has Been Captured by Jape It Will Make Quite a Big Dif ference. A VERY STRONG FORTRESS Any Rate Ching Seems Mighty Analous to Settle the Whole Muddle. AsHmIroTO, Nov. 12.-The Japanese tion has not received up to noon to official confirmation of the capture rt Arthur. The legation people say, ver, that if Port Arthur has fallen ill be the most disastrous blow China received. Counsellor Stevens of the tlon said that Port Arthur had been ounced impregnable by the naval rts of Germany. Li Hung Chang built there modern factories which ailed those of Krupp's. It Is in some is similar to the Brooklyn or Nor navy yards, although three times ter. Moreover, LI Hung Chang has tered there the pick of the Chinese y. It is pointed out that the capture acted is mainly important in giving Japanese fortifications nlside of a, from which they cannot hereafter polled. The Japanese soldiers will btedly make the place a depot of tions, and it will also afford pro shelter for the Japanese ...

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. — 16 November 1894

DOTTLIIG WORKS STARTED They Are Turnlng Out About Thirty Caseur of Beer a Day at Present. A Plant Built by Home Enterprise and Capital Which Keeps Money Here. The Montana Brewing company has completed its new bottling works, equipped It with the best modern ma chinery, and has now got everything in working order and ready to supply its customers with the amber fluid. A Tas.xez man was shown through the new works yesterday by the general manager of the brewery, Joseph Trim born, to whose skillful management much of the sucessof the new company is due. The bottling works building is a long, one-story building, ererted just west of the massive stone brewery, and under neath its entire length is a commodious storage cellar. At one end of the build. ing is the bottle-washing machinery, consisting of a large water tank and a machine which operates a rubber brush which is inserted through the neck of the bottle. The brush makes 1,500 revo lutions per minute, and after its work is completed...

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. — 16 November 1894

0FING A BARNYARD. Around This Cattle arma Is covered sad c fortable. to be a common sight to see g from the cattle and horse out under the gutterles barns to be leached of at least of its manurial value by the t washed oer it and through neighboring creek, pond or wasteful practices have to durable extent been succeed more or less asuccesful, to ts full value this "backbone" Eaves troughs have come general use than was former Barn cellars have been ex der old barns, and new barns here such opportunities for are could be secured, while arefrequently seen, especially England, protecting in some manure heaps beneath the s. Loose piles of manure, kept dry under these shed subject to serious fire fanging, led, so that in many cases the when carried to the ifelds, is more value than that which has ed of its fertilising elements. ble is commonly avoided in of manure in cellars, as hogs y kept upon the manure, and it both moist and well tramp heating does not take place Within recent years ...

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. — 16 November 1894

THIS COUNTYI S EW VOTERS Where the New Made Ciinenu at This County Came From-Canada Leads Off. Sweden Follows Next While Germany Stands Third, with Sweden and Norway Close. From the first of September up to election day Judge Benton and the clerk of the district court were kept busy hearing the application of foreign born residents who were desirous of complet ing their citizenship by taking out their final papers, so as to be entitled to the privilege of a vote in the late election. Eight hundred and nineteen final cit izenship papers were granted by the court during that time, a little morethan two months, making a total more than equal to the whole number granted from the time the court was organized up till that date. At least 150 applicants were denied their papers. About 100 of these were turned away because they could not speak the English language, or were unable to read or write, notwithstanding the fact that they came to the United States when they were of a school age, or...

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. — 23 November 1894

The Weekly Tribune7. vOLUME XVI.- GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FIDA , NOVEMEER 28, 1894. QUITE A STORY best a Plan to Knock the Re pebtleaa Party Clean Out of Existence. HE SILVER QUESTION IN IT Colnage Plank to Be Demanded and Only One Alternative Gives. MINNEAPoLlS, Nov. 19.-A. Gary, the nth Dakota correspondent of the ournal, wires the following information btained from the amanuensis of one of e leaders of the movement: "For sev ral months an understanding has ex ted among the leading silver men of he United States that an emphatic de and shall be made that the republican latform of 1896 shall contain an un equivocal declaration in favor of the un ualifled free coinage of silver, and in e event of the failure of the republic - to so declare a new party movement I forthwith be sprung with two ks in the platform declaring simply protectiou and free coinage. The management of the movement is largely in the hands of Senators Jones, Stewart, and Pettigrew, and they are looking to Senator Ca...

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. — 23 November 1894

IT'S TOUGH SII The Storm in Eagland Has Left Thousands of People With out a Home. THE WORST IS HARDLY OVER Havoc Raised With, Slipoing at Other Points-There Are MIany lead. LOuoNo, Nov. 15.- -Stormy weather and floods continue over the south part of England. The ioss of life and damage to property is increasing greatly. At Bath, Somersetahire, the river Avon has reached the highest point of the century. Thousands are homeless and are being fed by the authorities. Dispatches from Dover say a gale is blowing with re newed violence. Several ships have been washed ashore. The floods in Sus sex are increasing and many houses at Windsor and Eton have been flooded. At Worthihg, Sussex, the bodies of seven drowned sailors have been washed ashore. CLOSE TO DEIATH. lint a Friendly Nitll Finally Calme t the Re-cue. NE:w YOIK. Nov. 15.--The British bark, Kate F. Troop. Capt. Smith, which ar rived today from Singapore, brought to port the captain and crew of the Italian barque, Torquetto of Cast...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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