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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 26 September 1891

spRAY OF THE FALLS. WEDNIaeDAYA' DAILY. management of the New York Basaar desires to announce to the of Great Falls that their stock of llliner has all arrived and em the finest and bet selected class ever displayed behind their coun The latest noveltees and designs, newest shades and patterns can now n by calling at the New York Cash r.The public generally and the in particular are invited to inspect new goods e case of Hinderanger vs. The SButte Canal Oompuy finally ar at a decision yesterday. It was a -vexed case. Plaintiff brought for $500 and defendant offset by a ter-claim of 000 on the ground o rges and wrong estimates. The refused to allow either the $500 or Day & Murphy represented the ntifs and defense was represented Helena attorneys. e new school house is slowly but ly growmg upward. The brickwork ow above the second story and the ral outlines of the building are mly discernible. It presents a very d.ome picture from the front, with bheh stone foundation supporting a...

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. — 26 September 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. WATtIRDAY. B1PI'. 19. 15sl. JM''INLE!ISM NOT REPUBLI CANISM. The Minneapolis Journal claims to be with the majority of its party as to all issues of national importance, but it de clares that: "With McKinleyism it has no sympathy. for McKinleyism is not a republican arrangement at all. The term McKinleyismi is applicable alone to the tariff schedules." And then it adds: "Reciprocity, which was annexed in spite of the McKinleyites, is the dominant feature of the tariff dwelt ulin by the McKinley organs. They all talk of the glories of reciprocity. But how many of them jubilate moer the wooll schedules?" If McKinleyisil is not a republican arrangement. we would like to know wihat it is. I1. and hIis tariff have re ceived the enlorsel:letit of every repulb liean convrntion bIvh in the Union sinuce the passagte of is hill. Not ome of them 'repuduttd it. Ecrh swallow'dI it. wtool schedulh ainl all. without uattin.g 11 (y,". The. tiurnal. Howe'ver. is the frslt .o. , -...

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. — 26 September 1891

IT WILL THE HARVEST BE? .Vishged War in the Persone of Desperate Defler. of the Law. (s UKE A REIGH OF THE STRONGER. Cowboys Drinking Heavily While Negroes Vow to De fend Themselves. mho.ma Outdone-- One Hundred Thounand Where Five Should Be-The New lands. Rush for the Res.rvstoeas. trHIaE, O. T., Sept. 21.-The land to opened for settlement tomorrow at a consists of the country of the Sacs Foxes, 472,000 acres, of the Iowas, 0(), and of the Pottawatomies, 400, acres: in all 1,101,559 acres. Some this is adapted for raising as fine Sas any land, and some of it fer I with tin cans would atfford an ex at pasturage for goats. e Indians do not lose all their land. h buck gets a quarter section, and only that, but he is a lawful "sooner' thas already picked out the prize ts. lie cannot sell his land for 25 re. hut during that time he does not :c to pay any taxes. After the Indian d and the land held for school pur le have been deducted from the 01'.59 acres about 800,000 acres are ned for...

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. — 26 September 1891

READY MADE VS. TAILOR MADE. Always Ready Always Waiting! NATE WERTHEIM, Always Cheapest! Always Costly! Park Hotel Bloc N No Delays! Long Delays! No Vexation I Great Vexation! ÷*÷ C L O T 1- l l IT ~I * + A MAD RACE OVER THE BORDER "Sooners" Abound and Pick Out Choice Sections Before the Ap pointed Time. FEMININE HASTE MEETS A REBUKE And a Deputy Marshal Shoots an Ambitioum Woman Who Was hi a Harry. Two Negroes Killed--Ex-Auditor M3c Cabe (hased From the Strip. Ten Thousatd Homne-Seeker. (;TIIllRnl.. O. T., Sept. 2.- The front door of the land office here was opened at four seconds past 12 o'clock today, and the first man to present his papers was S. F. l)eumond, who has stood in the line day and night since last Friday. He was almost exhausted from exposure and want of sleep andt rest, and as he staggered up to the window it was nec essary for a friend to assist him. It re quired only a few minutes to examine his papers, and they were passed to Wal lace. chief of the land office, w...

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. — 3 October 1891

.y oU - BEEN THE :T : BOSTON I-TO E A-- -FAA YI *E R 1.MOR :.: BOSTON WK JBE ELEGANT CLOTHING M IX. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1891. NUMBER 115 Nathall, THE ONE-PRICE OTHIER, ole Agent in Great Falls i1 goods bearing the trade mark ANHATTAN Manhattan Shirts are unexcelled lity and make and none others ap them in fit, in fact they lead in dine just as hate bearing the trade the hat line. But other manufac can only try to imitate. ur Fall Stock mplete in every respect and better ever before. We have been striv o get the beet goods of the best Sand have succeeded in every de ent. In nearly every instance have ed sole control in Great Falls of the of manufacturers that recognize .mpetitor. 1, examine our stock and be con pectfully yours, A. NATHAN, 222 Central Ave THE ANHATTAN n's Furnishers -AND Merchant Tailors. A New and Elegant Line of rnishing Goods from the celc ated house of Wilson Brothers, icago. A very fine line of English itings imported directly from ...

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. — 3 October 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE tP-namlD Dn.lY AND w aT BT THE TRIBUIE PUBLISHING COMPANY [IsoearoauDlo.1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subsoriptions mst he paid In advanse. ns* TaLLjl5AO I O sraymr.ml. 5 p.0 S imoaths . SOD Si00 x motehs. 1.0. wemeu, o 1' . Tb opy.." l-( AlUcity subsoribs to Daily livared brsrrier. Adyestrlnp tes furnllised on appllction. TIe iroulation of the T4ro ns i Northe REPUBLICAN LOGIC. If, as claimed by certain republican newspapers, the McKinley tarilff cheap ens rather than increases the cost of liv ing, than it follows that the taking of $1,000,000 a day--which sum McKin ley says it takes to run the government each twenty-four hours--from the people of the United States by tariff taxation, enriches rather than impoverishes them. This being the case according to repub lican logi, the proday--whihem suggests itself: How much must the government collect from each man, woman, and child in the United States in the shape of tariff taxa tion to make every one of them a mill ion...

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. — 3 October 1891

[E O LARGE DIMENSIONS Armed and Furious Cotton ti kers Take Lee County, Arlkss. a ERHOOD OF DESTRUCTIOUN, y Surrounded in a Canebrake One Overseer Shot and t Killed. 11 Seores a Wonderful Suecess t Norwalk,. Ohio-Huge a Crowds. Riotoos Negroes. IONA. Ark., Sept. 28.-Bands of I negroes have almost taken poe ~of ee county, Arkansas. The of Tonm Miller, a white man and for D. F. Frank, by rioters and i re here precipitated a serious state ations for some time, indeed since action of the price of picking has been inaugurated, have been here would be trouble between the s and whites. Cotton picking has susalnlded in Lee county for sev days and the pickers refused to for 50 cents per 100. On Saturday an armed mob of about 100 ted men took positions the road side leading rank's plantation. The agent of , Tonm Miller, met the infuriated and tried to dissuade them from riotous intentions, but they shot down without a moment's warning. ey then proceeded on their way an. and abusing every whit...

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. — 3 October 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. BATLURDA. OC''OBR 3. t-s. COUNTY PRINTING. While there may be no written law compelling county commissioners to let the county printing to the lowest bidder there is an obligation resting upon those officials to guard carefully the interests of the tax-payers of the county in all matters coming before them while serv ing in their official capacity. If they can save five thousand dollars or one thousand or even one dollar to the tax payers it is a duty which they have solemnly sworn to perform and no feel ing of favoritism, no party pride or party prejudice should stand in the way of that duty. Officials are not the masters but the servants of the people. They are entrusted with the care and super vision of whatever interest each tax payer may have in the common good. A betrayal of that trust is morally as much of a crime as the betrayal of a sacred individual trust. These remarks are brought out by the action of the commissioners of Cascade county in the letting ...

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. — 3 October 1891

lApiAY o THE NALLS. S wDIMIDAY'g DAILT. McDonald, the well known min carme down from Neihart Mon Be reports times in the great er prosperous. Rails are now itben our is and he thinks the road will reach the city in about Then shipments will begin S The Queen of the Hills has thouand tons ready to send; the also has a large amount of excellent ad the Benton group, of which he well will also do its duty. He ed the news published some darys in the TasUxNa regarding a strike in gersoll and says that those now this mine expect before long to e Moulton vein. The new hotel up by Mr. Brown is almost finished numerous other buildings e in of erection. A big celebration is l eed with the advent of the railroad, c a thousand dollars being already e funeral of the late D. R. Mitchell place at his residence No. 703 id avenue south, at 2 o'clock today. Mitchell fred m this life at 7 k yesterday morning. He has long eonsideretd one of the city's most y honored pioners, and as a busi man in the fir...

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. — 3 October 1891

MORE THAN HALF A BIULL0 Do the Unoccupied Government Lands Nnmber-Montana Has Over Seventy Million. THE NOTORIOUS DR. DURCHARD DEAD. His Conversation With a Reporter Regarding His Fanious Cam paign Remark. Blaine Begs to be Excused From Participating in Ohio Polil les. Carter's IlRport. WAnI1 MiST(IN. Sept. 23. The report of Commissioner Carter of the operations of the general land office during the fiscal year ended June 30, 1891, was made public today. A comparative statement is made showing the number of agricult ural, mineral and coal entries made dur ing the fiscal years 1886 and 1887 and the fiscal years 14iti0 and 1891. Patents is sued during the fiseal years 1890 and 1891 were: P're-euptions, 149,515; home steads, 73.543; timber-culture, 5.34:1; mil itary bounty land. 724: agricultural col lege scrip. 3::; miscellaneous scrip. 546; mineral, 3.1..t; coal, 410; total number of agricultural patents issued during the years 1886-87 was 44,113 against a total of 231,607 during the...

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. — 3 October 1891

00&1 O1 THE IALLA. Birkbai, prmospertu Sun ,, was in-the city tetr re th him some po bo to make an Irishman's i Sand bbhis stomach yearn wt They are of ean unusually fine o out, eah weighing fully three tel Shead of cabbage, which he of saux office, is also a mon- ly the tf looks like a small tree lneu thirtyioour poudr, Under e ilation and in proper hands th in the world can excel Sun pd Aie Kessler died at the home at brother Mr. Phil Kessler Thur.- *] afternoon, ged 14 years. For at time past she has been very ill, suf- b rom that dread disease, oonump- bI and all that tender hands and low Scoupled with the best medical is cldd proved unavailing. The i ere lid away in ther last a ale yesterday afternoon, Rev. ol . Coomb ollia-tiag. The friends i the sympathy of the community in to r reavement. number of citisens were somewhat ibd etdsby. fding their obed te hand of offie. The were not hitched and this is est an ordinance. It cost just a $1 and $2 costs to release the teams. 2...

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. — 3 October 1891

mH CLOTHING m:- CLOTH IN -CHEAP AND G0D-.- STRICTLY ONE PRICE--..... Nate V7ertheim. CLOTHINGN - CLOTHIN -T..HE FINEST MADE-. " ---A Fit Guaranteed..-.. FIRST NATIONIAL BAI. OF GREAT FALLS.IMONT. Authodaed Capital....... $1..... O.t0 aild up Capital.......................... 20,00 r. . Collins ..................... ... President J.. . Armint.n .................. Vice President A. E. Dickeruan ...........................'ashier H. H. Matteson................. Assistant Cashier D13a0TO33 C. A. Broadwater, John Lepley. Parli (G imon. Ira Myers,. Robert Vaughn, H. 0. Chowen,. 1. Hookwal er. J. H. McKnight. ILG.G. Phellps. A geneal banking businoestransacted. Ex ehange drawn on the prineilpl points in the states aUd Europe. P'romot attention iven to eollections. Interest allowed on time tdeposits. THE CASCADE BANK OF GREAT FALLS. MONT. [Incorporated jnder the Inws of Mon. tess April 51. lvsl. tapital. . . . ..........$7.00 Surplus .............. ... .................. 15, OPFICERS: S. E....

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. — 10 October 1891

yE- YOU - BEEN THE :.: OSG -TO- *OA1BEOR1O HE :-: BOSTON VEPETi Y TR BEEATH -LOTHIN OLUME I%. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10, 1891. NUMBER 11.0 . Nathan, THE ONE-PRICE LOTHIER, Sole Agent in Great Falls or all goods bearing the trade mark MANHATTAN The Manhattan Shirts are unexcelled quality and make and none others ap. na h them in fit, in fact they lead in irt line just as bate bearing the trade rk o in the hat line. But other nianufac irers can only try to imitate. Our Fall Stock Is complete in every respect and better an ever before. 1%e have been striv g 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 e of manufacturers that recognize competitor. Call, examine our stock and le con need. Respectfully yours, A. NATHAN, 2"22 Central Ave TH3 ANHATTAN en's Furnishers -AND Merchant Tailors. A New and Elegant Line of urnishing Goods from the cele rated house of Wilso...

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. — 10 October 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. ATURDA!. OCODI iOo UK. PRINTING LAW AND CON TRACTS. The present printing law was passed by the legislative assembly during the session of 1880 and 1887 and approved March 10, 1887. If its authorship would cut any figure in the matter it may be stated that the law was drafted by a re publican, introduced in the house by a republican, and received the vote of every republican in both houses. But these facts can have no bearing upon the matter under consideration. The print ing law is one of the laws of the land and will stand until repealed or modi fied. It is not of the law but of its abuses the Tatoun,. would have a word to say. Under it is made the duty of the county commissioners of the several counties in the state to contract with some newspapar of general circulation within the county to lo and perform nil the printing for which the county nan he chargeable. it then goes on to state of what thI print ug si' ai consist and the prices which shall b' given. .\m...

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. — 10 October 1891

A MAMMOTH STOCK . We take Pride in showing the most Complete Stock THE FINEST AND MOST COMPLETE of Dry Goods in the West. DRESS GOODS! DRY GOODS! __rd o Our line is the most complete~to be found and ladies will find it greatly to their advantage to buy from us. ý IN THE CITY. We are not in the habit of In0Lk for Inrlies ' making assertions that we Fresh Canned Goods! Cloaks fo r LaUWOI   cannot back up. We advertis- Finely Flavored Teas! ed four weeks ago that we Cloaks for Misses' would sell about $15,000 The Best of Coffees! worth of goods at cost, and our many customers fouud out Green Vegetables and Fruits Cloaks for Children . what we advertised was true. We have now consolidated the Kept constantly on hand. scou== immense stock of Shaw, Chart_ ton & Co.'s with our own-- SHOES $25,000 in all---and for the We Handle the Best f Ifer next three months these goods Brands of F L '"U ' "OUR* SHOES! will be sold at low figures. SHOES' -OATS. WHEAT SHORTS, We have been working hard...

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. — 10 October 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATITBDA!. OCnUB 55. 3t8e. AN INTERESTING REPORT. The report of the commissioner of In dian affairs, a brief synopsis of which appeared in yesterday morning's Tara Uwa, will be read with much interest by those who have studied the Indian problem as it presents itself to western people. The commissioner outlines the policy of the government in its dealings with the Indians and offers conclusions which suggest themselves upon a survey of the situation. It will be noticed that he does not promise an immediate bar. vest of the seed which is being sown but frankly confesses it will take years to bring about the desired change in the condition of the Indian. The work now inaugurated is not expected to bear much fruit until the next generation of Indians come upon the stage of life and be brought into contact with the civiliza tion of that day. Education is the great factor which is to work out the Indian problem. At present the Indian is treated as a ward of the govern...

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. — 10 October 1891

I gy OF THE ALLS. ' SwassDAY's DAILY. SCommercial Advertiser follows of Montana wools: osts and for territory wools holds Il to da fair sale is recorded on l * former basis of quotation. I day tinue popUlar, and many lots staple. als rule fair, and o Judi, are steadily being taken. The Ing rage for fine lots of strong warp Sw wools holds at about W6, G org, fancy lots even her while I x elia mhold steady at 50litch In h aefine medium Montana wools paId at about 19®2eco wit baa endingcerdey, i , wecinthe oc igh lots at in."ries eore n 1 Mont. fine, 17@o20cs Mont. c I 8ful23c; Mont. No. t men o . don One hundred andforty thous. *oo bl yds are reported old. matte going from his house to the of. ; eat t p lsst evening, Georgel thef cer of the GrBtutlsNteo & .e exination w ell into I whir] ation dug forwater manlandwas a a ly incured. Hetwas walkng on fots mnthe nei hborhood of avenue north and lnth street. burned at the street corner, but kindly far away to afford him sufficient han...

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. — 10 October 1891

THE BOSON.OSTO CAY, don't youa want a nice pair of hand sewed Shoes for fall? W T OW about a nice new business suit? We can't say too much s have just opened an elegant line of fine Cork Sole Hand Sewed a of those tasty Black Imported Tibbett Cheviots in Double French Calf Shoes in Lace and Congress, made by the best factories Cotcn obebese et.Te r h hih in A me rica. The cor k soled shoe a sd the aw y w theng for fal d we in terfand "acm e o f p erfectio n " as far as m ak e is con cern ed. They keep the feet dry and warm and do away with the wearing of them also in Three- and Four-button Cutaways and Single an overshoe. Have you seen the new English last? The Piccadilly Sacks. Our line of Suits is very complete at the lowest toe shoe is the latest style out and we have them in French Calf and prices. Patent Leathers. They are elegant for fine wear and fit to perfection. p s * * * . Have you seen the new English Box cut Overcoats? 4 them in Meltons, Irish Friezes and Chinchillas, 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. — 10 October 1891

ITS II THE BILT , a N ~ rtioao Has Been Told Conceraing ti New Eldorado of luch Montana. ii ible lht b 1. a Hundred Thousand Dollars n gle Been spent This Year in b est Development Work i u 0 y a Commencement Has Been t w Made-What Will the f, a Harvest Be? i s - e Yk seedtime comes harvest" is the a truism and careful, bountiful it its invariably bring rich re- t Tales so large as to seem more stories of some far-away Eldo- I lem ve frequently been told concern vejnrces of the Belt mountains, strangely enough, scarce even te leen told. Itealizing this re reporter recently called l' olline to see just what had ne this year and following is tih ra1 ny properties exist it h." rlilli,'Ilt to avoid omitting; ruip la has expelidedt il colt one . I3.uk. hero as else-whore rv went for dlvelopnuiut waik I ji . ry. .t shuft has Lein iunk ii t1ord tunnlis t re in. The r" :''e ross-outtini at thi :,lN) rrf 1111" the vein. tint this they ex vtrI' in two or three weeks. li. h1" e nwnv~ t of th" ...

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. — 10 October 1891

THE recent cold snap brings to mind thoughts of OVERCOATS. Of course you will b new warm, comfortable one this fall. You want one that will wear and look your n worth through rain and shine---don't you ? And you know the place to get one; 0V ER COA TS I there's no place in the city like it. You can take your pick of the very finest.--and lowest p don't forget that- . Worsteds, Meltons, Beavers, Chinchillas, Cheviots, Kerseys and Irish Friez OVERCOATS! well as the largest line of fur goods in the city. NATE WERT BARK OF SAID COULFE, SAND COULEE, MONT. OFFIC3Rb: T. 3. Collins ............. ..President JN. Welch.................Viseoi'residest H. J. Skinner........... .......Cashier DtRUCToits: A. E. Diekermtan, L. (i. Phe le. (i T. ('urtis, at ?dc~if in. Exchange sold on all parts of the world, In terest allowed on timu deposits. Gteneal bank ing buisness transacted. FIRST IATIONAL BAH. OP GREAT FALLS. MONT. &uthorized Capital........... 0l. tt raid up (!apital.......................

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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