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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 18 July 1891

Y OF THE FALLS. F.DNFNDAY S DAILY. lot of Montana cattle sold In onday at 85 a hundred. Verily arn ure in clover this year. ark has been elected secretary h Montana Fair association ready busy preparing for the eeting. W. Taylor is now the proud a handsome ten pound boy. It t Sunday and both mother are doing well. n river Is reported very high. places it is said to be half a idth. At last accounts the s & Canada bridge was safe. me stone front is now being Beachley building. The work t is also going on and it is ex the building will be under eek. ade Land company have Holden, Anderson & Lund ct for completing fourteen ditching on their irrigating e work is to be finished during this year. & M. succeeded yesterday in another shear dam. The Deep e is reported as all right. It is hat all the logs were Missouri . If so the Holter will lose d the B. & M. will lose about et. present wool receipts are re light. There are, in Net. al e at all. The roads ar" in such plight th...

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. — 18 July 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, PU5KBD DAILY AND WEELY By THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. (IZCOnrOIATED.] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. U subscriptions must be paid in advance. DAILY. WEELY. One rean@Iy mail,$10 O b year. by mail. $8.0 One month. l .i Threemoit '," I.00 One week, by carrier.23 Single copy, . 5 All city subscribersto Daily slivered by enrrier. Atleerticinsi ret-e. furnisedti on appilication. The cirenaition of the Tribune in No"-tiiecn Montan is gurantereld to exceed that of any pa per pablt. Ina .Pe s tie state. Saitesribers *lesiring their aclitr.ess charnged must semi their former addcress: this ashould be remembered. Address.: Tait'cax Pt!ISIitsaxi ('oyi'~tsv (treat Falls. Montana. IIATUIIDAY. JULY is. I-hi. .1 M11.4GYIFTCENT ENTERRPRISE. But few better evidences of the inven tive genius of man practically applied can be seen than is now witness in the construction and management of the fully equipped modern mill for the man utacture of lumber. These mills are marvels of their kind. T...

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. — 18 July 1891

TONE BANK AFFAIRI Explains His Connection e Overissue Shares of the (oncern. EY PUTS HIM IN A HOLE. fy Tells a Story That Re ore Explanation from ostmaster (General. at the ireat convention T. P. S. C. Fin Min KEtST(IE BANK. Wta'anmaker on the Anxious Explninst II-s Connoe-tion Ith1 the Institution. ciii.1. July Itt. I'ht itilt- 1 of the city umue:eil that is in the failure of the Keystone t uk and the atrirs of ex-City I John llardslfy hehi it pro on this af'tern.,nu. The maiin were Robert M1. 11eW;de, city te Public! Ll--liwr. Wit. V. Ne -in chief of the saune paper ter General Waniam ke. ker after denying el tenmnts muie ii.Blarsley which rellected rather is (Wanaunaker'stactions in with the Keysttie hank's plained fully his connection , shares of the Keystone which stubs in the certificate ed had been issued in Wtana me. was the tirst witness. lie wor to the questions that he the county prison Thurs lay, d intorviewed the imprisoned surer. tiardaley talked freely tood that the i...

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. — 18 July 1891

1-4 Off! 1-4 Off! Summer Suits and Thin Clothing of All Kinds. 1-4 Off! 1-4 Off! FIRST NATIONAL BANK. OF GREAT FA .LS. MONT. Authorized Capital... .......$1Ot 0 Paid up Capital .. OFFICERS: T .Collins ............ .. President J *Arus ...........Vc President A. & . in ........... !'ashier H. littesun .................Assistant Cashier C. A. Broeo 'ter, John Lepley, Paris Gi GRA Ira Myers. Robs IRL. H. O. Chowe [Iopoa Stde th law of J.H. ocnit. J. Boo liter L. G. Phelps. A geneual banking business transacted. Ex. change drawn on the principal points in the states and Europe. Prompt attention given to collections. Interest allowed on time deposits. THE CASCADE BANK OF GREAT FALLS. MONT. [Incorporated under the laws of Mon. Capita{ r....... ........h$71,ie Surplus ...............................l1,tJO OFFICERS: S. E. Atkinson .............. ...Predent Jacob Switer..............Vice President F.P. Atkinson................ ...shier W. W. Miller............Assistant Cashier DIRECTORt:...

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. — 25 July 1891

THE WEE LY TRIBUNE. IX. GI:I:,CT FAL.S, MONTANA, SATUIRDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 1891. NUMBER 56 I . .. [ . ). - TO " . ithau's THE . PRICE THIER, FOR IGAINS lhing Goods. AND ETC. II Stables ed and Sale Stable. HoI(rscs. N\'. Rigs and ss Turnouts of c\vr)y dc . VAUGHN, Prop. RVON BLOCK, enue South, Great Falls. -O I. STEVENSON, are & Machinery. Is, Spades, Scoops and Picks. ire Nail. and Spikes. Agents Davidson Steam Pumps and Machinery. id St.. GREAT FALLS, GOVY BUCHANANIN A QUANDARY Officers of the War Department Loak ing Up the Legal Phase of a a Possible Demand for U Ft. Troops. A CONVICT IS KILLED BY A 6U0RD. A Farmiers Alliance ('ienlar Tells the l;rangers That It In to Their Advantage to Hold Back Their Wheat. in the Helena Journal Contempt Case Boos and Ilowie Were Dis) chariged -3MrKnight Is Held. GOV(ERNO R'S TIERMS ACCEPTED. Convicts Will Return to the Mines- Lelislature to Be Convesed for Ac tion on the Convict Lease System. Kxoxv\tl.i. Tenn., July 23. This morning the m...

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. — 25 July 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE PUMItEBED DAILY AND WEEKLr BY THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. [l coarorATsD.J SUBSCRIPTION RATES. it sabocriptions must he paid in advance. DAILY. WEEsLY. S)in. Tar.by mril,10,00 nc yer., by mail. 88.00 Ntx milonths. 5.00 Six months, " l... line monuth, "' 1.10 The moutr a." 1.UU One week, by carrier.iti Hingle copy, - All city subscriere to Daily slivered by carrier. Advertising rate furntished on application. The.lrcnlstion of the Tribune in Northern Mo1ntana is grarantet i to exceed that of any pa. par publishel iu the dtate. o e .ri ers desirin their address changed must send their former address: this should be remembered. Address: Talsans PeaLnHsatn (COMPANY, (ireat Falls. Montana. . ATII.tDAY. JULY 25. 1891. RACE HORSES AND RACING. If the only object in breeding thorough breds and trotting stock was to afford sporting men an opportunity to win or lose money on races, fair and racing as sociations should disband. plow up their tracks and grounds, sow them to...

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. — 25 July 1891

RA LIGHTNING STROKE feet which rs. Thomasn of Missoula to an Untimely ting End. tis ni=< ESCAPE OF A CHILD,. ',t Mselnger NeSlt lFrom rl l'eat on, Inform the Unfortunate T all' Ilrotlher .. i ns Ki'lled by a Railrond ti on the ('Ihiago & itrie Railway. th rACll OTHEEII. AIIM'. Eph Thomas Instantly Killed he of Lightlnag-Srll.au s Escape of ia Child. . Mont.. July 17.- (Mpecial :n:.]1- During one of the d most destructive thunder c known in this vicinity, whlwh Sortly after 1 o'clock this e house of Eph Thomas, a g on ~ost creek. about four of this city. was struck by ld Mr. and Mrs. Thomas in .Being awakened a few ai their death by the sever Ity , Mr. and Mrs. Thomas w adjoining room and moved Ing their tlree eldest chil from a stove near which it ndiug. Returning to their '. homas expre sed a fear ty of the family. Mr. Thomas don't worry. dear: it will soon oment a vivid hash of light unding clap of thunder "c n the other children were y the cries of a three-year-old as slee...

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. — 25 July 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. BATIlItDAY. JULY 25, 1491. IIILL BE .AN ISSCE. The action of the several state demo cratic conventions in adopting platforms favoring the free and unlimited coinage of silver will make that question a clear cut issue in tithe full catnipigns and a na tional issue in nxt year's election. The tariff. though a promilnent issue, will not be the principal one so long as the metal occupies its present degraded position. That of silver coinage will come to the front appealing for a favorable settle ment at the hands of the people. It will not down at the commands or behests of republican leaders. They are disposed to ignore the question altogether or to hold it in abeyance as one of minor inm portance until the tariff question be dis posed of to their satisfaction when they car direct all their bat teries in defense of the gold bug policy of their party, but the decided stand taken by the several alliance con ventions in favor of the free coinage of the metal and the em...

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. — 25 July 1891

AY OF TIlE FALLS. e ep 5I)DN,'ETsAv'K DAILY. r non the n w schoolhouse seems tory easing. The excavating has A ed for several days and stone dation is now being put in. uin ty t Northern, Montana Central, in the reat Falls & Canada railways aee la ets to the Great Falls meet t., who ust for one fare for the round Iuner anteld miles of water-pipe which Id at npany have been laying are eeted. Orders have, however, iedto extend the main to the e:nts and in a few days work on that n. redoi tiser is authority for the at a leading Boston firm has ufa er 1,0K0,(K0 pounds of Mon from 17 to 18 cents. The era uotes Montana fine at 17 to to a medium 20 to 28 cents, No. Id ru to 25 cents in Boston. thout us will begin the construc f esit wer house for the electric the light company today. The of stone and is 40x165 in size. on is to have it completed by ich i October. Mr. Cornelius says tion n the smelter and canal wall d aing at a most encouraging lied shown a letter yesterday 1 ty in Bill...

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. — 25 July 1891

REPORT OF WEATHER BUREAU. The Temperature of siveral slates and Outlook for Crops. WASHINGTON, July 18.--The weather crop bulletin issued by the weather bur aau for the week ending yesterday is as follows: Temperature- The weather has been cool in all districts east of the Rocky mountains. New England. New York and southern Texas, where a nor mal temperature prevailed. Over the western andl central portions of the cot ton region the mean temllerature of the week was but slightly below normal while in the south .\Atlantic states and over the wheat and corn regions of the central valleys the mean daily tempera ture for the week was six degrees ibslow normal. In thie :pring wheat region the deficiency in temperature was less. amounting to about three degrees per day. The same deficiency in tempera ture occurred in southern California but it was slightly warmer in northern Cal ifornia. In Oregon and Washington the tem perature for the year fronm January to July 17 continues in excess. a...

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. — 25 July 1891

SOF THE FALLS. TvRODAY ' DAILY. house moves along in fine xcavation is almost finished of putting in the founda begin. tction of the house of Mr. in West Great Falls is near n. The brick work is fin building is being roofed. uncil of Lethbridge has lotion thanking Great Falls In for courteous and kind on the Fourth and a copy has been sent to the city eal. Helena's pioneer lime own for aday or two .o en of the hustle and life of a enterprising city. Mr. by Helena and is joined to of old was joined to his evidences a hankering for which, in a measure, con lality for the burg on the M. Jack, one of Butte's nt business menn and well the old-timers in Montana, o city yesterday afternoon. . Jacks first visit to (Ireat gentleman expresses hlimself at the size of the place andl dences of stability anIl pros predicts for it a nmost brilliant will take in the falls below e surrounding siglhts. Mr. I a right ro iyal welcoime fromi a tinime Mntiil friendls. wler was lIl(made h111 lpy yester y ...

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. — 25 July 1891

SPRING .. AND . SUMMER .. CLOTHINGI . W. are displaying some very choice lines of Spring and Summer Clothing at greatly reduced prices. --- = - - - - - - - - NATE WERTHEI - -- - ----- -- -- - THE HALL-FITZSIMMONS MILL ttovernor Merriam 1Will not Permit it to Take Place in the Club's Pavilion. COMMENTS UPON HIS ACTION. The Coldstream (uarls Taken int Hand by Their Snuperiors for I nubordlination. The Kansas Alliance .nttge Makes an Explanation .lavin and Mitchell Fight. TUHE HALL-FITZSI1tMON5 MILL.. l~t lug to the DeRided Stand TakeL by the Governor the light Is I)eclared O1. Sr. P.itr.. July ±_2.- Up to noon today it was hoped that under a fair and rea sonable execution of the law. which al Inost makes a prize-tight a misdemeanor, and not a felony. as is the case in many other stattes. the contest could proceed and the club have an opportunity of to r some extent covering its loss. The club i asked that tlhe shriff be content with arresting the prine.ipals and putting j them under b...

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. — 1 August 1891

most Hirtoi THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Ix. GIE.\'I' FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 1, 1891. NUMBER 67 . TO . E;l URILAI I 7 Law an s Deal. 2--Judge his or Sthe ina THE arged wih the pro nilar tot S. test ýPRIE t, althou I E the loaw court. I the proh . THIER desire 1 S fly befe ur in the FOR itlon. .--An Asud GAINS IN nlue Gur Ohio, ,S Th SO the &I, M ipn , " xnl Goods. AND ,ntIjl h lli. CR aps, . ETC. / AI e II Stables doll; 1 Sry, ' eed and Sale Stable. CI I (1 dHorses, New RCigs and refner Claiss Turnouts of every de T. YVAUGHN, Prop. ARVON BLOCK, Avenue South, Great Falls. GE0. L STEVENSON, are & Machinery. u veels, Spades, Scoops and Picks. M- - ,ots Wire Nails and Spikes. Agcnts SP Davidon Steam Pumps nrsd ing - I1 1-2 Second SI. H. BREAT FALLS. A.\I! 1,hat wouhl this worll 1n if thei chlildren wire no mIore? We( woul drenad tihe delurt behind us Worst thutn the park before. Iingfellow. rs .... TO MOTHERS.... of is We have decided to clean our tables of every Boys' ...

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. — 1 August 1891

POLITICS IN MERRY ENGLAND The IilI rmals ,Seciur e ai I'nexl 'ted Vict.ry in tihe Wisbech Iivision. A SURPRISE TO BOTH PARTIES. Two Young .Men Indulge in a Bare Knuckle Fight and Oime as Killed. Dul's Weekly Review of Trade Re ports the Monetary Situation (4rowing no Better. THE SIT'ATION) IN ENtiltNºI . A Lliberal Victor., nowl urlllllse to (-lad - *toue andll Conservatise.. LO.noN. July ''4. A liberal victory in the Wishecl division is a surprise to both siides. 'LTh (iladstote candidate t was ' pp.sed by pIwerfil ltcial trade inl- t trest and it uias lardlly ciliulatdtl that het \tw,'uldt| ;ido Ilt wore thltll rted e:(' the , as wovuld justil'y a reo.test at the cm- i i ilc.; elretion. . imong lte eleinwits of conservative strength t ere the publican a iandt brewer interests long tdomiiant in a tiit .t situeiIIy. 'tlhese wiere throiwn in their full Itrength tiagu inst (;hlu sto.le4i I vhise victotry is therefiore all the iore a -igniticant. ill Iiut tithter lhis nor the results o...

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. — 1 August 1891

OF TRE FALLS. Is NDAY'S DAILY. receipti for Friday were ke 1k7.685 pounds; Batur ,e sacks, 11,112 pounds. t was yesterday appointed he will of J. S. Tod. The cc in rief and simple. The fol- tn devising clause: "I do give. a it devise unto my beloved t4, Tod, banker in the city of the state of New York, all TI of every kind whatsoever, wI in and mixed. wherever situ- th at the time of my death I tn ,,or possessed. or in which m an interest, to hold, unto si' t lv ,Tod. and to, his heirs of rever absolutely." a S n express the opinion that ti hero will once more be t1 ronarl th laItter part of ; eat er has moved fromn his io d now may be found in il ters at room I in the Col- ts ck. i Great Fails. July -8. 1891. i re. J. W. Kirby. an eleven , Mother and boy doing Ias expected. Some hope for to e broke oult yesterday moln w uth end. It was a shack a S Robert Blankenhaker 1(d t) , occupied by W. (:. Stark. ot ftlo tuted on the corner of se ie south and Fifth street tr originated in 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. — 1 August 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. BATRDAY. AUGUBST 1.1891. CLEVELAND AND SILVER. The announcement that ex-President Cleveland will speak a few times in Ohio in the interest of G(overnor Campbell and the democratic party has produced a very uneasy feeling upon the part of the republicans of that state and else where. This uneasiness manifests itself in gibes, coarse jests and ill-natured com ments. Now and then a republican journal which calls to mind the cam paign in that state when Blaine was ap pealed to for help and responded in a number of speches, look upon the mat ter as a purely political proposition and content themselves with criticisms of Cleveland's supposed attitude towards silver, and wonder how he will reconcile it with that plank in the democratic platform which favors free coinage of the metal. To those of our state con temporaries who seem to take delight in taunting the democratic press with the apparent inconsistency of the ex-presi dent speaking for a man and a party that take...

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. — 1 August 1891

OF THIE FALLS. C RRIAY'B DAILY. yesterday amounted to Eight carloads have his week. er, the courteous landlord e' kee, has greatly improved ci of his hotel by a new and ai ts, the painter, is going to tl ree weeks and any orders tl at may be left at Churchill re will be promptly at- P Hickory presented her esday night with a hand- jM toel that tile banks of a this year handle not less wool money. Of this rths has already beqa de tios to the money for a in this point all moneys a ippers from Armington a dith come through local as a rule, left there on de outsatandlng obligations. I these are being paid off g ool men are fast recover lost in bad seasons. Very 1 will be done this year. IA 1A V' DAIIY. I on, formerly of Fullerton I d now of Columbia "all, I ds with Great Palls friends. ,1 ntaining the diamond d, ills I achinery for the Moulton, on dellayedl in the city for went out by yesterday. rch. Charles Morrow, one of the yes of the (;reat Northern. m.onth's risit in Wiscon ( east....

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. — 1 August 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. mPUemIIIS DAILT AND WUIILT I1 THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. [xrcoat'roAoD.] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mil subecriptions must be paid in advance. DAILT. vnZKLT. One year.by mal,8,10.00 One year, bl mail. p.00 di months, 5.00 ix months 1.0 : One month. 1.0 Three montts," 1.00 One week, by carrierl Single copy, All city subscribersto Daily elivered by carrier. Advertising retes furnlshed on application. The circulation of the Trilbune in Northller Montana is gueranteed to exceed that of any pa per published in the state. Sneriters desiring their addlrese changed must send their former address: this should he remembered. Addrees: ThIBUNE PUBLItaINti COMPANY, treat Falls. Montana. STUItDAY. AUGUI' 1. 1091. THE COAL ('REEK AFFAIR. Tennessee, unfortunately, has a law upon her statutes providing for the leas ing of convict labor to the highest bid der. Not long since, owing to causes which it is not necessary here to enum erate, a company who has coal mines at Coal creek lea...

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. — 1 August 1891

? AILROAD DISASTER, 11d Twenty Woundled Is it of a Telestope on .H. & D. R. R DETAILS OBTAINABLE. Weather and Condition ads by tile Weather i rntean. of the llemoclray il galnst Fasion With eopl's Party. AI, COILLIION. Killed Rln4l Tweluly hsdly I Woulned. July 25.- News has just at this office by telephone I n of a collihion pf trains at I ttended by serious loss of yton ('ash liegister conl gave their 1miploy,(1 and Vc to oodsdale island. a plar z+uSt on the (Great Miami river out to e north of Hamilton and 1 out ales from Iayton. Thell n wenlt on the Ciucinnuti, yton. tilling all the cars " train and spe'nt the day I A little after 10 o'clock [p'd there. This was t .outh of Dayton. While the in was standing there a I igh rate of speed ran into 1 of it. T'hree cars full of I overturned and wrecked. s are lying at the depot at and twenty wounded people, t I fatally hurt, are cared for f hich is nearer the railway Middletown. The namaes Iof d wounded are not obtain nt. Ei COll I...

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. — 1 August 1891

SPRING .. AND .. SUMMER .. CLOTHINGI ... Vt. are displaying some very choice lines of Spring and Summer Clothing at greatly reduced prices.- Sm - - - - NATE WERTHE FIRST LATIONAL BlANK. OF b tLEAT FALLS, MONT. &uthorized Capital.. ...............O.. 0. Paid up Capital.......................... ..O,0.O OFF1csas: T. E. Collins ........................President J. T. Armington ......... ....Vice President A. E.Dikerman ........................ ''hiaie H. H. Matteson.......... Assistant Cashier DIRoETORS' C. A. Broadwater, JohLepley. Paris Gibson. Ira Myen Robert Vaughn, H. O. Chowen. J. Bookwal..r, J. H. McKnigllt, L. O. Phelps. A generl bankinL business transacted. Ex changpe drawn on the prlncipal points in the states and Enrope. Prompt attention given to collections. Interest allowed on time deposirts. THE CASCADE BANK OF GREAT FALLS. MONT. [Incorporated under the laws of Mon tars April A., tOiT.] Capital .. ........... .................175,0010 Surplus .................... .......

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