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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 31 October 1891

7 gpRAY O THE FALLS. wa WDIEDrY'e DAILY. uty United States Collector Dowd down from the boundary line night lst. Mr. ow report evey nt ad running along smoothly ne. e sas olltor Allen for ominion has been transferred from S boundary line to Calarna and Mr. m from the latter place takes his ion. Inspector Chamber., whom Great Falls people know, has been _rred to the upper Sasoatchewan. - aIt. Casey will oversee the posts on line alternately with another officer. uty Collector Dowd will return to line this morning. .sterday's out bound train for Sand - met with an accident which -'e such of its passengers as were in to return to the city and drive over. ad Coulee train was coming toward bridge. On the bridge was a long of "empties" which were being uled to Catscde. The engine rossing bridge was dtawing too heay a at n tostop when the Sand Coulee train e in sight. A collision followed. e pilot of one engine was broken but one was at all injured. e improvements now being made S 0t the f...

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. — 31 October 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATURDAT. OC'tfOR 851. 181. COVERING THE DEFICIENCY. Secretary of the Treasury Foster is a decidedly ingenious book-keeper, if not a model national treasurer. He has been working and with some success to make it appear that the government's income surpasses its outgo. In commenting up on the matter the New York World recalls [the fact that a "sum amount ing to between $40,000,000 and 830,000,000 due during the tirst quarter of the fiscal year has been withheld in order to make the govern ment's books balance. In other words, the expenditures were really about $120, 000,000, while the receipts were actually "80,097,780- a deficiency for the quarter of about $30,000,000, indicating a deflic. iency for the year of $120,000,000. "The prediction made by The World more than a year ago is receiving sin gular verification. On July 22d, 1890, The Worldjpredicted a deficiency of $84, 00,000, assuming the correctness of the estimate of the friends of the McKinley hill, who:...

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. — 31 October 1891

Iow If You Want a Pair of Fine 25 Per Cent Off of Every Pair of All We want to move our stock of these goods and in order to make it an object ur oods are marked in plain figures. We will sell you such goods as the Heir i6.oo shoes for $4.5o and their S5.oo shoe for $3.25. Most every body ake this offer we feel confident that our patrons will not be slow to take We carrry the Largest Stock of Shoes for Men and Boys in Great Falls and sell them cheaper than any Firm in Montana. Y COME Il AID GET TWO OR THREE PAIRS. HE BLACK PEARL WIS, e Has Fun With Paddy Gorman Who Comes from the Kanga. roo Land. LY FOUR ROUNDS NEEDED TO FINISH. The Australian Begins Well ut11. Fails to Stand Before His Opponenent's Rushes. The Great Jacob Shaeffier Falls Be fore the Weight of George Slosson. The Black Pearl Wine. S,%. FRAAwcsoo, Oct. 20.-In the finish tight between Harris Martin, the "Black Pearl," of Minneapolis and Paddy Gor man, the Australian heavy weight, for a $1,000 purse at the Pacific club...

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. — 31 October 1891

THE BOYS ever had a chance they have one now. They'll be lucky if they ever g, another one like it. Our Fall Suits are not only what they ought to have, but what th_ ought to have at once. There are some things that these suits will do, and some things the they won't do. They won't drain parental pocketbooks, and they won't wear out easily. Thy will make your boy hold up his head a little higher, and they will withstand the rough and tur ble of the playground. You can put a fine point on economy by purchasing of NATE WERTHEIMI, Park Hotel Block, Great Fall! CHILI'S INSULTING ANSWE An Important Cablegram Receive Yesterday From Minister Egan. The Chilians la No Harry to Mak the Proper Restitution to the United States. Uncle Sam Will Probably End tihe Matter by Taking Chili Across His Knee. WASHINUlTON, Oct. :9. --.An importan cablegram was received from Ministe Egan of Chili to-day. It was near noon before it was translated and laid before the president. An hour afterwards mes sengers...

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. — 7 November 1891

ou WEEKLY BEEN TRIBNE. OTON E GREAT FALLS, MONTANAAT AY MONING, NOV ER 7, 1891 CLOTHING IYE Ix. GRIEAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1891. NUMBER 133 Nathal, THE NE-PRICE OTHIER, e Agent in Great Falls goods bearing the trade mark N HATTAN snhattan Shirts are unexcelled Sand make and none others ap em in fit, in fact they lead in just as hats bearing the trade ehat line. But other nianufac n only try to imitate. r Fall Stock plete in every respect and better r tlefore. . e have been striv et the hest goods of the best d have succeeded in every de t. In nearly every instance have sole control In reat Falls of the manufacturers that recognize titor. examine our stock and be con tfully yours, A. NATHAN, 222 Central Ave .SULLIVAN & CO tical Plumbers AND itary Engineers! lin, as-i ting, imnlrory 1tpeeialties always in stock. r lte tjtion given to the proper ventil. all .so,. sewer and other escapejipi.. furniihed on applieation. itealt WHEN IN BARKER ,Ti'' AT' Mary Ma...

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. — 7 November 1891

CONSIDERED AN INSULI, The Junta's Message Oflfcially Re garded as an Insult by IUnited States Ofeers. CHILI IS NOT YET OVERAWED. She Refustes to Pay any Attention to Demands or Hasten Herself in any Way. Captain Schley of the Baltimore Pre pated to Enforce all Just Demands by Arnie. Report. from sanllngo. SANrrTIAO, Chili, Oct. 30.--It is gener ally admitted here by supporters of the government and by Americans and by those in sympathy with them that the situation of affairs as regards the dis pute between the United States and Chili has not improved. In tact the anti-American feeling is growing in bit terness and all American officials in Chili are apprehensive that further trouble is brewing. The exact nature of the trouble they are unable to define, but they see little prospect that an ami cable settlement of the Valparaiso inei dent will soon be reached, and the signs of an increasing popular animosity to ward the United States give ground for apprehension and indignation. It is...

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. — 7 November 1891

y OF THE PALLS. ATUIRDAY' DAILY. aIiwas pleasant to witness a manm - edW ly isthb the was d a it was at nn meeting last evening. ', of the regular meeting the in the employ o J. W. Oornelius and sent word to that gentle t they wished to see him. Mr. Sansw ered, exleting anything t that whic. da happen. When ed a surprise was store for Mr. Smith, secretary of the or oen, in a nest ,rseh presented th handsome diamond pin, set I stud and shining more brilliant very pretty Ivory case. Though astoished this popular contrac spnded in hearty vein and the party adourned to R. Pontet's to iein ithe enjoyment of a genial rtily enjoyed hoipitality. niglhts of Pythias social hop at k hotel last night proved a pro d ucces About 90 couples of utiful belles and brave gallants of were in attendance and to strains ious music addedthe poetry of The management was faultless; sic superb; the collation exquisite enjoyment complete. Virginia the palmy days, was called the ity. That nobrijquet must pass a...

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. — 7 November 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SA'TURDAY. NOVMEKR 7. 1891. FHREE 'I('U.'AG .E )IS)f'SSION. It would appear from the discussion by the republican press and stump speakers in the east that they have sue ceeded in accumulating a vast amount of dense ignorance ulpon the free coinage luestion. or that they were culpably in sincere in their arguments. Neither Mc Kinley, ,ohlln S.herman. Secretary Poster, nor any other of the numerous republli cn speakers who tumllllped the more illl portant elehlilon states during the past fe.w weeks hitly presentled the matter to their audiences. P'ats were distorted anil tigures misrr.priseiintid to befog the ,ind to the htlionl!r or to . o iveiy a false iilmression. Nowhere in their sperehes is .-ilve.r referred to as a precious metal. It was treated as a ierchbantabie Ci auniuodity which is be ing employed.. us a kind of money by the graue of Providence and the republi can party. The standard silver dollar was derisively mentioned as the "80 cent" dollar, or the...

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. — 7 November 1891

84pRAY OF TRFIP FALLS. FROM TUOSDAY'R DAILY. aor. At 7:30p. m. Nov. 3, 1891, at rth Minneapolis to Mr. and Mrs. Ira a son. The dispatch announcing e eent to the happy father was re e by him last evening and during ral succeeding hours the gentleman Stie recipient of conrratulations fll5 his host of Great Falls friends. Mther cnd child are reported as doing icelw. There are some hopes for the th, r. And the prospects are that .elis 'Pat Kelly will turn up all right in the morning. In the confusion incident t reading the election returns from the .evral Ftates in the evening it was an ,unCed to the gratification of all pres. ,t thlt Minnesota had gone democratic },c one majority. Yesterdlay afternoon a colored man mne running .into D)r. Gelethorpe's ,ie saving that Walter Clark had taken 1,,rphine and was dying. The doctor at men,., went to his room on Third avenue ,ueth and Fourth street and found him in a perilous condition. Vigorous rub bing, battery and other remedies brought him ...

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. — 7 November 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. BATUIDAT. NOVEIBIE 7. 6.6. CONGRESSIONAL EXTRA VA GANCE. Hon. Benton McMlillan of Tennessee, recently addressed a monster mass meet ing at Cleveland, Ohio, in which the ex travagance of the last congress was pointed out with telling effect. Owing to the great length of the gentleman's speech the TaHImar. can produce only a few of its more salient features. The speaker very properly held that the ex penditures of the country ought to be come less per capita, rather than more. as the population increases, without an increased area of country. But the re verse of the rule has characterized the expenditures under republican suprem acy. High water mark in expenses has been reached and passed. When Clove land vacated the executive chair and Harrison succeeded him the treasury was overflowing with a surplus accumu lated through democratic frugality and this, in the face of the fact that the pur chase of bonds and payment of the pub- g he debt under a democratic administ...

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. — 7 November 1891

ELEGANT OVERCOATS! Don't you want one? Why not drop into our store and take a look at some of the prettiest styles Overcoats ever shown in Great Falls. You will be surprised to see how fine and rlish a garment you can get for very little money. Just now we are selling lots of ,m l)on't put off buying too long, for the lines are sure to be broken soon. ELEGANT SUITS I STYLISH our assortment of perfect fitting Suits is now complete. We can show you a iutifu line of suits at surpassingly low figures. What's the use of having one made en we can fit you just as well at one-half the price. Come in and look them over: u will buy if you see them. liE DAILY TRIBUNE. PueLISBHa DAILY AND waImLY a! TRIBUNE PUBLISHIIG COPAllY. [sooaroaAraD.] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ii subesriptioe must be paid in advance. DAILY. wUs"L. ma.. " Sl.00 i on er y" mal 5.00 months. l.g1 week, by carrierU5 Sinel oop, - city subeorbersto Datly elivered by carrier. vertbisg rates furnished on applicatlon. eirculsation of 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. — 7 November 1891

WHERE IS BOSS PLATT? Snowed Under by an Indignant Peo pile Along with His randi date. All This Is Cauneil Iby His liabid Par tiHan Counre ill the New York egslal.ttnre. A ('lean Sweep for the Demouracy of the Empire State-A Small Vote. Ohio's Little Tin Soldier Will Prolh ably Defeat Governor ('Camp bell. Iowa anid Massachusetts, Especially I the Formler. Look I)eridedly I)enmocrat i. . -- r Virginia. MUaryl'lnd. and New Jer'ey i Show Larm"e (;nains tor I rIemmoma'l uIr. I Ny.u Yoi,(. Nov. 3.-Tl e elecltion in New Ytork staite today was for governor, lieutenant governor. secretary oif state. iontroller, trl'asurer; fo)lr 'Lcongressmen to till vacanlci(es ctiased by three resignla tions and one idatht : for one justice of thle su)lprell court; for a full senate iof thirty-twoi inenlmbers and a full asstembly of l"2 memlbers. The lpresent state tlli Biers are ilnt llratl. The( tcongressmien last elected in districts where elections were held today were: )emocrats. 3:1 re publican, 1. ...

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. — 14 November 1891

-E E K - T IRBEENU _-. You -BENW EE K THE :.: BOSTON - *ATO- LOT AV TD TT XIN NOVEOR- R- E BOSTON 0 mELEGANT CLOTHING E IX. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, NOVE]MBER 14, 1891. NUMBER 135 I . . . . . .. . . . to rdl THE ONE-PRICE .LOTHIER, Sole Agent in Great Falls rall ?oods bearing the trade mark ANHATTAN Manhattan Shirts are unexcelledl ality and make and none others a- I b them in fit, in fact they lead in line just as hate bearing the trade "k in the hat line. But other nanufac era can only try to imitate. Our Fall Stock ( ampllete in every respect and better n ever before. W.e have been. striv to get the best goods of the best kes and have succeeded in every de ment. In nearly every instance have red sole control in Great Falls of the eof manufacturers that recognize competitor. I,, examine our stock and be con Respectfully yours, A. NATHAN, 222 Central Ave WHEN IN BARKER "TOP AT rs. Mary Mackie's Hotel ere you can always get the best and bed to be had in the camp. HE 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. — 14 November 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SArTURDAY. NOVEMBER It. 111. TIlE 1)UTIEs OF M.I(ilS.INS. Under the tilove caption the Inter Mountain vouchlsafes the information that: "Major Maginnis is drawing a salary of ;ti.(tk) a year for hliking after the nineral lands." It then proceeds to read hit a lctunre on hir duties as view ed froin thei stanidpolint of that p)aylr. in which the. Major is toldl that: l-he should stir up public sentimenit. enlighten pub lic opinion ilend inform the metumbers of congress as tt ahiat is being done in this state by the Northern Pacitic and by the people in this important matter." Major Maginnis needs no defense at the hands of the T'Vmni.S: or of any oth er journal in thi, west as to what ihe haits dlone in the matter of securing our min eral lanld: for miners. But the T'llllts cannot refrain front noting somiie of the uncalled for or rather misstatements of the Hutto kicker. In the first place the appointnent of Major Maginnis as min eral land commissioner was concede...

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. — 14 November 1891

SNA'S NEW CONSPIRACY, Holel by Sacaridcing Politics and t All State Offices to Gain thile Capital. tlverly (olltrl ved S lchemn e (given - AwaY Meanwhile Another Minister Starts for Hils Field. KINSIL.E 1 INTERtVIEWE~D. ins Away the snap Concerning the Capltal ajuestion. .,,r.roatN, Nov. i.- J. Kinsley of ,ens. spreme master workman of the I I . W.. is in Washington to attend ,,ovenltion of that order, which will t tnomorrow. He is accompanied by ts Sulivliun, also of Helena, who is ulitor of Montana. Kinsley is well Ic, 1 e, litical aftaies in his state. In nterviewI today he indicated his belief I Montana woultld have the greatest tical jamboree in its history next lI li believes national affairs will atirely out of sight. The tight will over the location of the stait capi and of local officers. According he 'provisions of the state constitution ple will vote in a go-as-you-please ner fr different cities in the race rapital honors. Two of the cities re .ing the largest number of v...

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. — 14 November 1891

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE: SATURDAY. NOVYMBIE It. l.i1. A VOICE FROM HELEN.4. Lawyer Kinsley or Helena made a mess of it in Washington by givingaway the schenme by which lelena prnopose t . hold the capital. .lust why Mr. Kins Icy should go all the way to the national capital to divulge the secret passes all understanlding. Th'lre are three daily newspaplrs in Helena either of which would doubtless be glad to be the ftrst to publish the startling news. But the gentleman locked the important snap in his bag. broad bosoui to give if away to a Washington Associated Press reporter three thousand miles from home. The Tl'aiaN.r: kicks, not because .Mr. Kins ley unloaded himself of a secret he could not keep, but because it has to pay tele graph rates for it when it should have it for nothing.. It must be assumed the gentleman speaks by the card. He is quite well known in Helena, and indeed throughout the state. as a speaker at gatherings of benevolent and protective associations as well as a law...

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. — 14 November 1891

gpRAY OF THE FALLS. THUHIRDAY'S DAILY. W. Riggs is in charge of the de ptent of tne South Ontario mine. Comlany is sinking an inclined pros. ing. u 4ft 546 feet on the lead. At surface the lead was o ,ly one foot . but at twelve feet it is about three one.half feet wide--twelve inches of huret quartz and the rest iron and The intention is to sink about 100 t then it this shows up as the Ontario of which this is an extension, to go n the hill and run a tunnel which strike the lead at about 500 feet th. lielt Mountain Miner. Marks, deputy United States mar 1from Helena, arrived in the city terd,. lie returns today, taking th hin FEd Harnum, Garr, and John thi two witnesses in the Mann mail bery. Mrs. Barnum is already at the ital. Mr. Marks was formerly in the thing business and expresses himself highly pleased with the city's hand s establishments in that line as well the other handsome buildings. The Great Falls Rod and Gun club organized last evening. As presi t R II. . Hotchkiss w...

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. — 14 November 1891

$3.00 $3.00 $3.00 8L $3.50 $3.50 3.50 OUR GREAT $3.00 SHOE! OUR GREAT $3.50 SHOE We havejust made arrangements to handle the best Shoe for $3.00 and $3.50 in the United States. Th have just arrived and are now open for inspection. These Shoes are made from the very best Americ calf skin uppers, with oak tanned bottom stock and manufactured by such reliable men as Howard & Fost of Brocton, Mass. They are sold in every large city in 4 America for $3.00 and $3.50. We have "joined the pr cession" and are offering you the best shoe in the world for exactly the same price as you would buy them in Boston or Mtew Yor Don't fail to look them over. They are just the shoe tor good every day wear, for the business man, the working man, the ranchman banker. We guarantee every pair to be good in every respect. Our lines of Elegant Patent Leather Goods is now complete in the dif ferent styles of toe and last. We can show you everything in hand-sewed shoes now at extremely low prices. Yours for...

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. — 14 November 1891

sPRAY OF THE FALLS. s.%TURDAY'B DAILY. emlers of ('ompany A at their e ing last evening decided to incor te themselves for the purpose of .e .1nd maintaining an armory. A r i.,. circulated among the members lick in tthe amount of $1,140 was ribe. The capital stock is 850,000. loteltinI is to sell enough stock to all a5r,nory this winter. The com hy ave the support of influential men gdieios I of the stock and some ar gsnt will be made with the Town moeWanv for a lot. A hall will be it l ,e enough for an armory and )for dhnores, lectures and entertain . Thlls movement among the boys -- lves is very commendable and de vCe the hearly support of all citizens. lcopnY1 iroll was made one longer S.eveing by the name of P. Howe. 'l, j"e plo of Great Falls should k. eslecial effort to induce the coun 10,n,,,0in0ioners toimprove the traveled I Siroll this city to the Judith basin," acngentleman from the latter place terdal. "The road is in poor con non from Armington to Gratton and hould he r...

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. — 14 November 1891

ELECTIONS ARE OVEH---MAJORITIES ARE AS FOLLOWS: New York gives Roswell P. Flower 40,000 majority for governor. Ohio gives Major William McKinley 20,000 majority for governor. Iowa gives Governer Horace Boies 6,000 majority for governor. But GREAT IALLS gives a greater majority than all these for it is almost unanimous) in favor of th man who sells CLOTHING hereabouts--the man who gives you better Value for your Money tha any other--the Original and Only NATE WERTHEIM. The Farmers' Congress. SEvn.,uA, Mo., Nov. 12. The following resolutions were presented and unani mously adopled by the farmers' congress today: Recommending state control of the live stock exchange so that no live stock agent can he exempt from such ex changes; recommending the passage of national laws requiring the stamping of artificial hng products: demanding the paPsage of a federal law prohibiting gambling in farm products; endorsing the principle of reciprocity anti work al ready accomplished by the world's fair...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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