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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 September 1891

lont Historieal SoddU t hey pretty ?" the Elegant and exclusive ne ut s tYU E - EI I styles in Neckwear at E:.: BOSTON _____TH_::_OSON WLETKA MRIBERNE.100 LUME IX. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1891. NUMBER 100 I atliau, THE ONE-PRICE LOTHIER, Sole Agent in Great Falls all goods bearing the trade mark ANHATTAN e Manhattan Shirts are unexeelled ality and make and none others ap h them in fit, in fact they lead n line just as hate bearing the trade 6waNneerr D. ithe hat line. But other manufac rs can only try to imitate. )ur Fall Stock complete in every respect and better i ever before. We have been striv to get the best goods of the best es and have succeeded in every de ment. In nearly every instance have red sole control in Great Falls of the of manufacturers that recognize mpetitor. 1, examine our stock -and be con d. Respectfully yours, A. NATHAN, 222 Central Ave AI.1.1( . 1. I), FI . THE IAN HATTA N en's Furnishers -AND Merchant Tailors. A New and Elegant...

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 September 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, SATITRDAT. BEPf. 1. 1551. SCORE ONE FOR THE HOG. Want, absolute want has knocked the bottom outof Germany'stariff on Ameri can wheat and pork and now western flour and the great American hog will have free entrance into German ports. Heretofore a duty of 40 cents a bushel has been levied upon wheat and rye and the importation of American pork, bacon hams and sausages has been virtually prohibited. All this has been recently changed. The German ministry-un like our own government-coulJ not hold out against the clamor of the peo ple for cheaper bread and meat. So it was ordered that wheat be admitted free and that American pork when accom panied by a clean bill of health, shall pay no duty. This makes the market for northwestern bread stuffs and pork as wide as the old world and as keen as a half-famished people can make it. The free entrance of the American hog into German larts is a surprise. That empire has been fighting our grunters for years. He was accused of...

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. — 12 September 1891

TOR AMONG THE INOIAH& secretary Coming Out to Visit Hie Red Brethren and Inspect the Posts. p DIVIDED FROM THE GOATS, Sick Indians Need Apply-Only Fine Physical Specimens Need Come. Dakota Posts Will Be Carefully inepected by the Valiant East. ern Secretary. own, Sept. 5.-Secretary of War tor, who arrived at his summer me at Marblehead today, said in con lion concerning his coming trip to tern military posts that he expected leave New York next Wednesday. e primary purpose of my visit is to it the posts of the department of eta, which I was not able to visit on I femier trip. I desire especially to and examine into the workings of the Indian companies just organized. re are six already organized and six itional under way. e experiment of making trained sid rs out of them is proving successful. are not hurrying the work of recruit * but are trying to get the best nen. e physical examination is very rigid. retary Proctor said he expected to be e about two weeks, going to most of I...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 September 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE MiMLISS DAILY AND WinKL at THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COIPAIT [lmouaromAYsn.] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail sebscriptions must be paid in advance. DAILY. I W555L1. One year.by ..Ul.i) One year, by mall. 81.0 0izmonths. , 5 00 Sieouths. 1.i One month. . ieel Tlroesmonste." 1.0 One week, by arrler.M leSi pi. copy. AU city subsoribersto Daily elivered bycarrier Adv~ertlsing rmtes furnished on application. The cir,,nlation of the Tribune in Norther Montana suarenteed to easeed that of any pa per published In thedisate. mubecritbe. desiring their address changes must send their former address: this should 6i remembered. Addnes: Tazauxa P~aULIUEINO CoMANYx Great Fells. Montana SATI1RDAY. SEPTf. 12. 1.81. DOOR OPENED FOR FRAUD. Whon the disability pension bill wai before the last congress the true friends of the worthy union soldier fought it on the ground thai it would open wide the door for frauds upon the pension bureau, and that it was an insult to those who had fought it thr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 September 1891

WEEKLY TRIBUNE, gIRAY OF THE PAILS. WKDNIBDAm DAILY. nd Coulee foot ball team re allend the local ball kickers e e challenge was accepted e team left here Sunday ni e Coulee. The coal delvers aprov rthan expected and made the Falls tht ork rd for the The first goal was scored by Falls in twenty minutes. The other goal made was also scored 0tSand Coulee after a hard strug. the second half. This made the two to nothing in favor of Great The boys say it was an interest rug le an speak with the utmost t of their opponents. They also that they were treated with the tpossible hospitality and desire gh the Talnueuas columns to ex sinere thanks for many courtesies. . Pottle has recetly returned from pect situated at the head of the Fork of the Judith river. He a very encouraging report. Mr. miller is now engaged With a force en in running a drift from an uprise from the tunnel and from this fine carbonate ore has been taken. 1omense body of lead matter has also encountered indicating a mine...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 September 1891

SURELY BORM TO E HUNG. Louis Bulling, a St. Joseph Wife Murderer, Dies a Frightful Death. A MURDERER, SUICIDE AND POLTROON. Blood Trickles From His Wound.s and Stands in Pools Upon the Scaffold. Twice lie Shoots Himself and Then Cursing and Praying Ile Meets Eternity. THE DEATH OF A COWARD. At Brutal Wife 3urderer Pity. the Law's Peaity-His Last Hirus. KAysAs CITY, Sept. 4. The history of the gallows tels no more hideous story than that of the execution of Louis Bull ing, the St. .Jos ph wife murderer, at Sa vannah this afternoon. .1ust before the time for the exte cution the doomed man shot himself in a vain attempt to commit suicide, and finally died on the gallows shrieking for mercy and cursing his exe cutioners. Up to a few uays ago Bulling seemed cheerful and hopeful in the face of his approaching death. lie had twice be fore cheated the gallows by jail breaking. He reasoned that a chance still remained and to it might be added a hopefor con mutation of sentence, or of suicide...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 September 1891

WEEKLY TRIBUNE, spRAY OF THE FALLS. SATURDAY'S DAILY. wheels of another Great Falls in y will be arn na few days. rx rrportecaUedo r .B = esterday and elicited the tol [a to of popular interest: The t will start turning out its grist dstuffs in about two weeks. For t ten days a millw ht ha. been h makingneed charge of Mr. ythe dam¶ is edp novmn chief alsistant to M. 8. Parker ithin two weeks all will be ready. capacity of the mill is seventy-five Is per dlay eaD ing the wheat Mr Wicx "It woud have olarger had it not been for the hail. Ilhowever, be quite large as it is. (Gllbuett, fro Willow Creek,oounts arty b h t acre though he d have had forty-five had i: not for the hail. He will have about bushels for market. I have no t the mill can secure enough wheat n through the year. It is hard to that wheat will sell at, not less than ntssurely." oid Davis will , probably be con td. after another year, that the d is not playing out as a wheat pro for lack of land. This country has rger a...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 12 September 1891

Fall is here. The evenings are getting longer and the air L IGHT F- often chilly. It is the time for Light Fall Overcoats. OVERCOATSVAnd Nate Wertheim has them-stacks of them. There are ý - * styles and kinds-Meltons, Kerseys, Cheviots, Blue and Black, at TIAND ELEGANT ' . Worsteds, Plain and Fancy, with Fancy Silk and Stripe Linings; at STYLISH A all prices from $12.00 up. The man who would fail to be suitj * FALL OVERCOATS. with some of them would not be suited anywhere. FIRST NATIONAL BAI M. Ol" GREAT FALLS. MONT. 'sdd up Capital... ..........."5.0 OFFICERS: T. E. Collins ........... . President J. T. Arminaton .. . Vie President A. E. Dickennan..... ..i.... 'ashier H. H. Matteso n ......... ssistant Cashier DIRECT015* C. A. Broadwater, John LeOley, P aris t 1ibeon. IraM Mers. Robert Vaughn. H. 0. Cho~wen. J. Bookwal or. J. H. M..Knight. L. G. Phelps. A genesal banking business transactedi. En. change drawn on the principal points in the states and Europe. Prompt attention given ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 September 1891

,l How about a new Ah! Those Elegant Over. .WEEKLY TRIBUNE. HE nOS )E B GREATTO FALLS THE MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1891. NUMBOTON )LIJE IX. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1891. NUMBEIR 101 L Nathall, THE ONE-PRICE 'LOTH IER, Sole Agent in Great Falls ir all goods bearing the trade mark MANHATTAN Tie Manhattan Shirts are unexcelled quality and make and none others ap iach them in fit, in fact they lead in rt line just as hats bearing the trade in the hat line. But othcr nanufac rers can only try to imitate. Our Fall Stock e complete in every respect and better an ever before. We have been striv to get the best goods of the best kes and have succeeded in every de rtment. In nearly every instance have ured sole control in Great Falls of the of manufacturers that recognize competitor. all, ,xamine our stock and be con ced. Respectfully yours, A. NATHAN, 22, Central Ave N.LII.\CII, S. 1. RICE. THýC ANHATTAN en's Furnishers -AND Merchant Tailors. A N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 September 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. BATTIBDAT. 8Pti. 1 1801. WELL-SPOKEN WORDS. At the recent meeting of the Montana Press association at Butte the members in attendance were invited by the gen erous-hearted members of the Butte Press club to take a run down to Ogden and Salt Lake City. They accepted and had a royal good time, for which they were not only indebted to their kind hosts, but to the courtesy of the Union Pacific Railroad company and the open handed citizens of Salt Lake. Among those who cordially welcomed them to the Saintly citywas the big-brained, big hearted Judge C. C. Goodwin of the Salt Lake Tribune. This true and firm friend and admirer of Montana and Mon tanians thus notices them and their state in the following well-spoken words: "We think our Montana friends are pleased with their visit; we hope so, be. i cause they are a bright set of people, as t bright as any state could send out, and t more than that, they are loyal to their r own magnificent state in the north. t They ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 September 1891

O000 FINANCIAL PROSPECT 'omlpared With Last Year--The outlook Is a Most Excel lent One. REIN1ERS MUST PURCHASE LARGELY Wheat ('rop Grows larger With Every Section Heard From --Prices Fall. r ilollds Its Own -Cotton Advances Slightly-Pork Makes a Fine Showing. R. (G. Dun's Report. Ew VoRK, Sept. 11.--R. 0. Dun & a weekly review of trade says: "All turns of the condition of business are conuraging. There is no rtoom for alt about improvement in trade. In neatly every city reporting there mes the same cheering information at business is better and prosl"'ets ighter. At Boston business is incretas g. At Philadelphia the tone of the on market has been much improved. usiness is encouraging at Buffalo. de dedly improving at Cincinnati and litlaihdl. and it may be noted thdt at stern lsHints generally some improve ent is seen in collections. Receipts of wheat at Chicago are five mnre thcse of last year, of corn double, rye seven times, and of oats and ressed beef about one-third larger,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 September 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE MiAau DAILY AND WUIT THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COPANIT. [smooaroAnssD.) SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail sabecriptlons must be paid in advance. DAILY. WN -L. On. ye..by mailO.00 O I yn. y ,.by mail. p.00 8h months, " .00 Ilz months. ." n moyt, " 1.00 Three mont .." l.06 AU oity subscribers to Daily *lvered by carrier. Advertising rates fur.ished on appllcation. The cireulation of the Tribune In Northern Monmtana is guaranted to esoeed that of any pa p.er ppublish in the sate. •8buoriberme deiing ttheilr address changedi, muot send their formr address; this should be remembered. Address: Ta.nson PUsLISLNaG COrPANv, Great Falls. Montana NAPITRDAT. S1EPT. 19. 1891. W'HAT GOLD BUGS PROPOSE. It is becoming clearer day by day, says the Rocky Mountain News, that the opposition to free silver coinage is, not because the standard silver dollar con tains bullion of a less intrinsic value than a dollar in gold, but because a sin gle standard of value-and that of gold is to be fixed and...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 September 1891

TA DOCTOR ROASTED Correspondent From Upper[ strikes StraightWFrom the Shoulder. erous Statements Corrected I .-ing the Productiveness Resoarces of North ern Montana. ri$o Invited Between This a and the Most Favored lectiona of the United States. 1orrtepondenos of the Tanu a).] UPPRn BIer, Sept. 12. ell sometimes to enumerate our not only to remind ourselves any things for which we should kful, but also to remind our rs of those local advantages no region may offer superior to is a certain Dr. Olton living at e vicinity of Northville, S. D., ms to have been all through entry this present season, and ted to some gentlemen who went him to learn something of this that "he would not take the whole as a gift; that people were so here it would not be safe for a to carry on any industry alone, " the writer says, "we became dis d about going to Montana, and ned our minds in another direc ut it mildly, Dr. Olton must be an idiot or the champion liar of wind-swept, water-famished, bliz bomlast...

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 September 1891

COMEDIAN COMMITS MURDEI " Samuel of Boston" Paints San Fran cisco in Somewhat Lurid Colors. POLICEMAN GRANT KILLED IN THE MELEE Cnrtis Evidently Too Drnllk to Know What He Was IkDong. lie Protests His Innocen.ce of theCrime. Rut His Guilt Is Self Evident. ACTOR sHOOTS POLICEMAN. Arrested While Drunk, He irrrs H*imaslf 57Y Nhootlng His Caplor. SAN. F'nActiceo, Sept. 11.- Nd. B. Cur tis, "Samuel of Bosen," has boon arrested charged with having killed Policeman ;rant while drunk. The arrested conmedian was a most pitiable object as he sat in the southern police station, wringing his hands in des despair. running fronm officer to another toi protest his innocence anid telling in an incoherent way the doiogs of the night. lie was intoxicated and as he staggered up from his seat some onei would push hinm back again. Time and again he started to his feet. "My (txl." he said, 1 "If I could only recall the last four hours of my life. I'm no murderer. gen- I men. I had no pistol. I shot nobod...

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 September 1891

EEKLY TRIBUNE, AY OF THB FALLS. º RATDAY's DAILY. A L Bughardt is making a trip S sathed country, but will 7. tt euntv commissioners have eemselves all day in the audit s sgaiilt the county. astle of Sun River isone of the CI a district court suit. It is o0 the ownership of the Sun w ry company. w and Walkerville have each w order that children shall not be h to run loose upon the streets si 9 o'clock in the evening. cl the district school of Sun S ned with a fair number of pu McFadden of Great Falls, in d '01' the school, comes well recom- i1 -Sun. e rtet Falls boys. were badly de- a K both football and baseball at 1 I.n the former the score in the latter 27 to 7. Better t time. rum Lummon Mining company tiled its annual statement, to owed the capital stock paid In 0000,000 and the amount of ex E t to be t ,000. Smittem, roadwaster between c r Minot on the Great Northern, S Great Falls in company with his ron. Mr. Smittem is a suc John Smith, whose death by E was recently chronicle...

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 September 1891

THE STRIKE HE TAILORS' STRIKE seems to be taken quite seriously by a number of people. For instance, those who are to be Sbefore a great while and have to put off that important event on account of inability to get wedding garments finished-they LI Ithe strike very effectual. Then there are those fastidious mournfully regarding their probable madity. But those men who, DOES NOT AFFECT who willnotwear suitunlessitistailormade--they, when they want to array themselves in purple (or any other color) and fine linen, come to see my great stock of Ready-made Goods and buy at my very reasonable prices-these men have no such tribu- T W T HE IM lations--and they are just as well and becomingly dressed as your tailor-made man, and at a great saving of hard dollars. FIRST NATIONAL BANK. or GREAT FALLs, MONT. utlhorisd Capital ....................o1n000o uaid p .'apital.......................... *ol,00IO OFICeRas: r. E Collins ........................President J. T. Armington.................Vi...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 26 September 1891

WEEKLY TRIBUUNE. How about a new Ah, ThoseE 1 ,SUIT •! Thcoats at :.: BOSTON. THE :.: BOSTON UE IX. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY MOIRNINIG, SEPTEMBER 26, 1891. NUMBER 110 I. Nathan, THE ONE-PRICE LOTHIER, Sole Agent in Great Falls all goods bearing the trade mark IAN HATTAN ,,Manhattan Shirts are unexcelled sality and make and none others ap ch them in fit, in fact they lead in line just as hats bearing the trade the hat line. Butother nanufac rs can olly try to imitate. )ur Fall Stock complete in every respect and better Iever before. W e have been striv to get the best goods of the best and have succeeded in every de Ifnt. In nearly every instance have d sole control in Great Falls of the of manufacturers that recognize petitor. 1, examine our stock and be con espectfully yours, A. NATHAN, 222 Central Ave ANHATTAN i's Furnishers -AND Merchant Tailors. New and Elegant Line of nishing Goods from the cele ed house of Wilson Brothers, ago. very fine line of English ings imported dir...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 26 September 1891

NELSON CIRCLES THE TRACK In a Flying Manner He Covers a Mile in 2:10 Flat at Grand Rapide, AMID A SCENE OF WILD EXCITEMENT. R. N'. Dun & Co.'s Weekly Report Grows More and More In. teresting. Unprecedented Wheat Receipts-Corn Falls in the Market-A Fa vorable Outlook. Nelsn's Great Race. GRAND RAIIns, Mich., Sept. 17.- In the presence of 10,000 persons at the west Michigan fair today Nelson lowered his record to 2:10 on the second attempt. He was in the pink of condition and the new track, just ,ompleted on the plan of the Cleveland track, was at its best and the fastest ever trotted on. It is four feet four inches over a mile. The first quarter of the first heat was made in :32.,, the second in :31'., the third was reached in 1:31) and a 2:0ii) gait. At this point the runner crowded the latter into the fonce, where he broke, finishing in 2:14 fiat. Nelson's owner stated that his horse would make a second trial in thirty min utes and the crowd applauded. In forty tive minutes the...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 26 September 1891

FPRAY OF THE FALLS. SSATURDAY'S DAILY. Monday 27,000 beet cattle were on mrket at Chicago, 3000 head over record of any previous day. Not etading this unprecedented influx beef cattle 42 carloads that were Iroa this section by C. I. Bea gent for McCoy & Underwood, Chi ol0mimiseion merchants sold at re rokbly good prices. The train load Sdeup of mixed shipments selling thfollowing prices: Jeffere, Elling Butord, steers, 84.65; Ashworth, steers, )O and 4.00; E. 8. Tutt, steers, 64.40; r", '; Thos. Shane, steers, 64.25. lon Tribune. )urlng his recent trip through the ljth country a TRiBUNE representa herd o some large yields of rain, 0rnIalty large, which add greatly to reputation of t hat part of Montana n agricultural district. Some large is have been already published in 1'eItIuI:ui and no doubt proved to be resiting reading. On Mr. George gcagean's ranch on Otter creek, a few cs from Armington, three acres of s threshed 230 bushels or 76i% bushels he allre. lIairliian T. E. Col...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 26 September 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. BATURDAT. bPMi. S INl. WHAT IS A DOLLAR? Ibis seems a very easy question to at swer and so it is, but let one blindfol himself in the streets of New York an ask the first man he runsagainst: Wha is a dollar? and the chances are he woul not obtain the right answer. He ma say a dollar is a small gold coin, or h may answer that a one dollar Unite States treasury note is a dollar. I either case he would be wrong, for th only dollar we have in the United State is a silver coin of 412% grains of stand ard silver. A dollar means a silver cobl only. It means nothing else. There i no paper dollar. no greenback dollar o other kind of dollar. If one examine I one dollar bill or a one dollar note hi will find each is a promise to pay "one dollar." But if be look at the face of I silver dollar he will find it is stampec "one dollar." It is not a promise of e dollar but the dollar itself. The silver dollar was first coined by the government in 1792-about one hun. dred years ag...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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