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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 17 October 1891

VE YOU - BEEN THE :-: BOSTON -TO- -FOR- EWEEKLYX TRIBLUNE. E :-: BOSTON GEA ELEGANT CLOTHING LUME IX. GREAT FALLS. MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1891. NUMBER 116 - .... .... .... . ........ . .. -. . U Nathan, THE ONE-PRICE 10THIER, Sole Agent in Great Falls r all Goods bearing the trade mark MANHATTAN he Manhattan Shirts are unexcelled quality and make and none others ap ah them in tit, in fact they lead in irt line just as hate bearing the trade rk in tih hat line. But other nrunufac irers can only try to imitate. Our Fall Stock Is complete in every" respect and better an ever before. W e have been striv ,g to get the best goodls of the best akes and have succeeded in every de rtment. In nearly every instance have cni' sole control in Great Falls of the a of manufacturers that recognize competitor. Call, examine our stock and be con need. Respectfully yours, A. NATHAN, 222.Central Ave ,W. SULLIVAN & CO ractical Plumbers AND sanitary Engineers! team, tGas-Fitting. Late...

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. — 17 October 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. BATIRDAY. OCifOBER 17,1891. A YARD OF CLOTH. Mr. McKinley says: "Hle believed the foreigner should pay for the privilege of the American market.' That looks very pretty on paper, and sounds sweet to the ears of our great manufacturers. But does he pay for the privilege? Mr. Mc Kinley was careful not to allirm he does. Every thinking man knows the foreigner does not pay one cvent for the privilege of our markets; not a cent. Here is the pro f. A yard of English made winter suiting, costing at the manufacturer's :li cents a yard, is imported into this coun try. It may beh imported by an Ameri can importer or it may be imported by the English manufacturer. It doesn't make any differnrce who imports it. When that yard of cloth arrives at the port of New York the McKinley tariff imposes a duty of $1.'2 cents upon it. The importer must pay to the customs house collector the sunm of I1.62 before he is permitted to land it. The amount is paid. That brings the cost of tha...

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. — 17 October 1891

STHE OSTON. - AY, don't you want a nice pair of hand sewed Shoes for fall? We H OW about a nice new business suit? We can't say too much in favor )have just opened an elegant line of fine Cork Sole Hand Sewed of those tasty Black Imported Tibbett Cheviots in Double-breasted French Calf Shoes in Lace and Congress, made by the best factories Coats and Double-breasted Vests. They are the "height of style in America. The cork soled shoe is the thing for fall and winter. and "acme of perfection" as far as make is concerned. We have They keep the feet dry and warm and do away with the wearing of them also in Three- and Four-button Cutaways and Single-breasted an overshoe. Have you seen the new English last? The Piccadilly Sacks. Our line of Suits is very complete at the lowest possible 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. ** * * Have you seen the new English Box cut Overcoats? We...

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. — 17 October 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. UATIODAT. OCiOBER 17.5lst. THE SUBTREASURIY SCHEME. During the last session of the last con gres. a bill was introduced in both houses providing for the appropriation by the government of ~i0,000,000 to be used for the building of warehouses in various parts of the country for the storage of staple farm products, such as wheat, oats, corn, tobacco, cotton, and wool. Every county which yearly pro duced a half-million dollars' worth of these staples was to be entitled to a warehouse. The bill was drawn up by the national legislative committee of the Farmers' alliance and was the very nat ural outgrowth of Senator Stanford's hobby of the government loaning money to farmers on their non-perishable prod ucts. This is the way the scheme was to be Lrjught into play. A petition was to be sent to the secretary of the treasury ask ing for the establishment of a warehouse. The petition was to be accompanied by the title of a suitable site to be given to the government. Upon...

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. — 17 October 1891

AT OF THR FALLS. 1,0DNEDAY'S DAILY. Burkenbuel, a well-known ranch man, was in the city ith a load of oats. He has t in ind sold to Vaugh. out 20,000 pounds. His d this year, he thought,amount shels, J50 being oats and the The bulk of the crop in the been oats. Of other ranch had thrashed he thought the ould be about as follows: Spen bushelb; Capt. Couch, 1,400; 1,382; Powers, 1,000; Murray, are all who have as yet ad the largest yields are to be i. Mort Strong will have Sbushels #nd William Strong ions are out for the wedding of Agnes Conrad of Fort Benton rances Joseph Adams of this ke place in the church of Im Conception at the former place th inst. Miss Conrad is one of ton's fairest and most accom daughters and numbers her ad admirers by the hundreds. sis one of the most popular inent physicians in northern The gentleman is too well need an introduction at the the TaReira. The receipt of tion to be present at the wed lknowledged. Congratulations ce. eating of the stockholders o...

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. — 17 October 1891

WHAT THE REVERENDS SAID At the Methodist Ecumenical Coun cil Held In Washington Yes terday. DUN SAYS THAT TRADE IS BETTER, From Brighton to London Is Ire land's Dead Hero Being Borne The Olymple Theater in St. Paul Ooes 'p in Smoke-Damage ixty Thousand l)ollars, Metodist Ecumelical Council. WAASHINTON, Oct. 9.- The third day's session of the ecumenical Methodist council opened, with the Rev. H. T. Marshall, of the Methodist new connec tion in England, presiding. The usual devotional exercises were held. The topic of the morning session, "Christian Unity," was then taken up and the essay was delivered by Dr. T. G. Selby of the Wesleyan Methodist church of Green ock, Scotland. The 1Rev. I)r. A. S. Hunt of the Methodist Episcopal church of New York followed. 1Rev. Thomas Mitchell of the Primitive Methodist church of Hull, Eng., said Christ did not desire absolute uniformity of the church. Uniformity had been a dream of enthusiasts; unity is that of the best and brightest minds. Dr. C. ...

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. — 17 October 1891

gAY OF THE FALLS. ,of excavating for the worck has begun. Very little will, however, be required as walls are already up. The tbe builiding as shown by the t very handsome one. Phil Gib e will be changed very little. and west wingsl will on the con smaterially diferent and the L1 bl of very handsome plate- 1 eesrs Chowen d& Wilcox retain tquarters and the west room occupecd by the Hotchkiss Hardware company. J. Barnard and Mis Minnie Great Falls, were married by ndra yesterday morning at the Springs hotel. The bride and ft for Great Falls on the morn n..Helena Journal. parties are well known in the the hustling young proprietor park stablestogether with his o wife have doubtless long be received the congratulations of f friends. ram has been received from i1lon who represents those who purchased the county bonds. tleman who received it declines e it public but it is understood a result the supreme court will to pronounce on the validity or ty of the refunding bonds. of the men w...

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. — 17 October 1891

Worsteds s,, ,till It is O"..V=R.. MVeltons Beavers OC'hcia ChKse Chinchillas wFOn = $= ýBýT Cheviots CALL ON Kerseys NATE WERTHEIM, Park Hotel Block. Irish Frie SHE SAYS TASCOTT IS DEADI That Instead of a Hangman's Noose His Own Pals Strangled Him. THE CRAZY TALE OF A CRAZY WOMAN In the Face of a Strong Wind Queen Sunol Trots a Wonderlul t Mile. All Methodists Agree That Ladies Slhould Have Lots to say 8 About Churches. BALTIMORE. Oct. 13.- A woman of unsound mind was conveyed to Bayview asylum today from her residence, No. 0..1 Harford avenue, says the American. ii She is the widow of the late Albert K. i Ordway, a clothing cutter from Chicago j9 who committed suicide at No. lI41; Hlar- si ford avenue on March 10th last. Mrs. i0 Soaphia Elizabeth Ordway. the proper namle of the woman, claims that her late usbland was the companion of William 'l'ascott, the man who is sup possed to have murdered Millionaire Amos J. Snell in Chicago a couple of years ago. One of the most important t...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 24 October 1891

Mont Rintorical SOON NAVE - YOU - BEEN TE::BSO H BOE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. G OTON VOLUME IX. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, MATUlIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1891. NUMBER 122 A. Nathan, THE ONE-PRICE CLOTHIER, Sole Agent in Great Falls For all 5roods bearing the trade mark MAN HATTAN The Manhattan Shirts are unexcelled in quality and make and none others ap proach them in fit, in tact they lead in ehirt line just as hats bearing the trade mark iepymeWTEu . .; in the hat line. But other manufac turers can only try to imitate. Our Fall Stock is c impiete in every respect and better (hon ever before. We have been atrivc iu to get the best gionis of the best n akes and have succeede(l in every de partment. In nearly every instance have I seiured sole control in (treat Falls of the adas of manufacturers that recognize tall, examine our stock muil be eon vinced. liespectfully yours. A. NATHAN, 222 ('entral Ave J W. SULLiVAN & CO Practical Plumbers AND Sanitary Engineers! StafGas-Fitting. S t aLa te st ...

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. — 24 October 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. WHO PAYS THE TAX. "The governor says we pay the tax. It we do, why, I ask. is England making such a fuse about our tariffs. Laughter and applause. | If you want to know who pays the tax ask the Canadian farm er who brings his wheat to Buffalo, New York. The Erie county farmer takes his there, too. They meet at the same umar ket place. The Erie county farmer takes ttl cents home with him. 'The Canadian farmer takes t:I vents less 5 cents, the American tariff."- From Major McKin ley's Ada, Ohio, speech. The above except, taken from Mr. Mc Kinley's speech is reprtluced by repub lican organs in Montana to show that the importer pays the tax on imported 1 goods. It is one of the thinnest, most 1 demagogical and silliest presentation I of the question the TuliNE: has seen. Now let us ask reasonable men to ana- ' lyze this proposition as Mr. McKinley I presents it. The Canadian farmer takes 7 his wheat to Buffalo. At the boundary' line he pays the 25 cents per busheldut...

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. — 24 October 1891

XakTHE 3BOTON . AY, don't you want a nice pair of hand sewed Shoes for fall? We have just opened an elegant line of fine Cork Sole Hand Sewed French Calf Shoes in Lace and Congress, made by the best factories in America. The cork soled shoe is the thing for fall and winter. They keep the feet dry and warm and do away with the wearing of an overshoe. Have you seen the new English last? The Piccadilly toe shoe is the latest style out and we have them in French Calf and Patent Leathers. They are elegant for fine wear and fit to perfection. ** Don't fail to see our Men's Shoe stock, for there is nothing in town to equal our fine makes. * * We have a few Ladies' Fine Hand Sewed Shoes left, which we are selling at less than one-half price. A good chance for the ladies to get a pair of shoes at a very small cost. THE BOSTON -_ ILZTP - _Clothing and Shoe House 4= FINS / CLOT INO ft 6IcroTHuiS RA OW about a nice new business suit? We can't say too much in f avo of those tasty Black Imported ...

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. — 24 October 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. METAL COINAGE AND PRODUCT It may not be generally known and may be hard to believe, yet it is a fact that during the past fourteen years the coinage of gold and silver has far ex ceeded the production of those metals for that time. According to tables pre pared by The Financial and Mining Record from the mint bureau at Wash ington it appears that the excess of con sumption or absorption of gold over pro duction from 18713 to 1880 is 81,430,500,000 and that the excess of consumption or absorption of silver over production dur ing the same period is 0872,000,000. Total excess of consumption or absorption over production ,:v2,,5100,00. These are startling figures. They show that during the fourteen years ended with December 31, 188), there has been an an nual average consumption or use of gold in the commercial world, to the amount of 8102,142,856 in excess of the amount taken from the earth for the same period, together with a like excess in the use of silver, to t...

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. — 24 October 1891

ad in OF THE FALLS. 'ýthe1 rrj0AY DAILY. rteher shops now se pro Nordl than any other re the ity. A long line of stone after above the ground about esto- eume, where the stone s ote a half done. The found. machine~sbops, 140x150, are Illdit are ala those of the ware con. e porary track has been laid f the pe and now another one which will go through the roundhouse and will remain Cotnon Considerable work has 112. o the sewer. Fully sixty many employed in the labor. irted. lhr, one of the smelter work were d boen laboring above the Yea, eralirold rck, fell from year eh yesterday and after a de. ar eny five feet struck the I av he accident occurred about o60 ele was at once broutto hl plcd In charge of Drs. the Sweat The left arm was h erouely fractured at the ided the left aide was badly for. bably a rib was also broken. It of ens think that no internal in Jas ed. cr dar msa lo in recelpt ofa Mrd aid the marriage of Mr. John did a Miss Etta Marie Smith on ar t. at Lewistown. Thegroom...

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. — 24 October 1891

CONFIDENCE PREYAI[S Throughout the West and the Qouth Prospects Are Reported to Be Excellent. THE FINANCIAL REMARKS OF DUNN. Anaconda Rumors Influencng the Copper Market Quite Exten sively. The Volume of Trade Unusually Lauge -Ma.chinery in le mand. Nnae' YO (Ct. Oct, W. Ii. (.. t I k CO' weekly review says: Itusiness through out west and south is strong and improv ing. At eastern ce'iters there is less satisfaction and expected results front harvesting of large crops are more slowly realized. Yet the volume of all trade is as larg'e as it ever has been and for ( )etober may even surpass the unpre 'edented retorI of last year. Prevailing *'onfidence in the future of business con tinues unethatet and is seen even in sioe branches wvlhimh complain most of dull trade it present. The iron industry il lustrates these contradictory conditions. The output of furtnaes in blast t)itober tst was 1t1501. tons weekly, yet this en ornous production is maurvelously al sorbed. The demand for use i...

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. — 24 October 1891

y OF TIHE FAILS. 1 ATL 5an y. DAILY. ISA ili send fewer cattle to mar IIEI ,Iroad men figured on for 11 of o00,000 head of rangers drr the mark, although with riidtitns. principally a de veni~nt in the markets, the oats for this season ma be W'hile a reduction o 40, Ir .i hiaid cuts a large figure in in of the northwestern cattle est west estimate given above hiit section of the country t transcontinental railways B of :t,4t0t head over last year's 1 t had from the same sec inehart of W. H. Green & have been building the now igating ditch in Choteau inv ved in the city yesterday. eturr lii hesays, now completed. It sater sup ply from the Teton, list a a southeasterly direction ver to the town of Choteau. dlr pr elve-foot ditch and is over dity wiles long. The ditch repre r estment of about $40,000 and or y the labor of almost 200 men Ile first of June. ight's train from the Belt were brought in seven cars of elter. One car was from d, one from the May and from the Barker and the...

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. — 24 October 1891

/ OU NEED HAVE NO HESITATION ABOUT TAKING OUR WORD-... as good as our bond. There is such a thing as conducting a legitimate business on D pies that are scarcely legitimate, but that isn't our style. When you come to us to rn M purchase in Men's, Youths' or Boys' reliable Clothing, Hats or Furnishings you place interests in our hands, and if we betray your interests we can be sure of one thing won't come again. Now if we can't make it an object for you to come to us for anythi our line, there is nobody who can. We have an unbeaten record for the Lowest Prices and Most Honest Dealing. NATE WERTH All MONTANA SMILES As the News Goes the Rounds that the Anaconda Has Opened Once More. An Earnest Request M3ade to the Na. tion's Legislators to Do Their Duty Toward Silver THE GREAT SMELTER OPENED. t Relolclng In Anseonds and the City Her self Again. . N.1t'O\NI A, Mont., Oct. _'2. 1Special to the TaHmnut-.I - The opening of the great I smelter today caused general rejoicing among our citize...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 31 October 1891

Mont 8istornot H i WEEKLY TRIBIUNE. SYOU - BEEN THEE :.: BOS8TON SBOSTON r•A4 a .A ELEGANT CLOTHING ME IX. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31, 1891. N'UMBER 128 Nathalln, THE NE-PRICE OTHIER, le Agent in Great Falls I goods bearing the trade mark AN HATTAN snhattan Shirts are unexcelled ty and make and none others ap them in fit, in fact they lead In e just as hats bearing the trade he hat line. But other nianufac can only try to imitate. ur Fall Stock plete in every respect and better er before. We have been striv get the best goods of the best and have succeeded in every de t. In nearly every instance have sole control in Great Falls of the manufacturers that recognize titor. examine our stock and be con Ily yours, A. NATHAN, 222 Central Ave . SULLIVAN & CO ctical Plumbers AND itary Engineers! am, Gas-Fitting. it Saltary BnpecialtleS always in Mtock. tlar attrution aiven to the proper ventil. tll waste, hewer sad other eseapepi ps. ten furnished on apdlicato.n....

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. — 31 October 1891

LARGE FIRE IN LOUISVILLE, A Boiler Expkwles and Quliekly the Walls Arounl it are in Flame". THE AIR FILLED WITH FLYING IRON, IDespratly llattlillng With tihe Blazes At Length They 're ,Inlluell. From Great I)auger the ('ourier Journal aull ('ity I.ibrary lteseined. Tihe 1onler Exploded. LotCIsvlLhA, Oct. 2f;. By a boiler ex plosion here this evening one man wa, killed, several wounded, and nearly 8500, 000 worth of property destroyed. At 5 o'clock William It. Adams, fire man at the electric light plant of the Louisville Gas company, was throwing coal into the furnace, when one of the nest of seven boilers let go. The shock in thcc vicinity was like an earthquake. Adams vas thrown to the ground with terrific fIrce and re.eived such internal injuries that he will die. The shed in which the boilers were located was coml jpletely demolished widl pieces of Iron nl timber all lshowers of red-hot coals were thrown in every direction. .\ great mIlass of iron and ; deluge of lburning coals w...

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. — 31 October 1891

ill a RSAY OF TIlE FALLS. hilai NAT RDAY'S DAILY. tO oday afternoon seven stone who were working for Contractor e at the new Great Northern shops i The reason of this was that leman pays but $3.50 per day Sa her cntractors in the city pay tati ordance with the union schedule d . The masons who came with S le remained. The local union al ng to the international union rder at order them out. Thursday moru e flmasons met, organized and de. Si plfar a charter in the Inter Si e unon. Two more masons from 0 e arrived yesterday to work for Pay le and he expected more in a ,ul t. As thekr icklayers belong ac international union no such y n arise when bricklyers begin contractor will pay $6 per day, rce t. The rumor that a parade we rch to the other side of the river venta k to Mr. Carlisle was denied at the of last night. frum Friday's train took out seven ear ore. In the train before that rd ere three cars of ore. Monday's a would have equaled Friday's he the fact that the railroad com he ...

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. — 31 October 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE; sATURDAT. OCT0OBI, L. 186. THE COUNTY BONDS. No doubt the people of Cascade ooun ty are thoroughly disgusted with the business methods of the commissionen who have made so many "bulls" in the issuance of the county bonds, but thai should not influence them to vote againsa the bonds at the forthcoming election We learn that the bonds for the con struction of the Cascade and Fifteenth street bridges, the purchase of the Town. site bridge and court house site have been accepted by the purchasers and in a day or two the money will be placed to the credit of the county. Then the bridge here will at once become the property of the county and will be free, while work on the other structures can proceed with all possible dispatch. The bonds to take up the outstanding warrants were declared illegal because the question of their Issuance had not been submitted to the people. The elec tion next month is to cover this defect and it is unquestionably to the interest of the pe...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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