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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 30 January 1892

Mont Historical Sodoti THE WEEKIX TRIBUNE. IME x* GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 30, 1892. NUMBER 54 NOTICE. lAVE DECIDID TO CONTIL 09BOUtt reat Removal ale A IillL)T TIME AWI'iR AIFF VINLI INTO OUR NEW rOttE. NEul FIRST AVENUE SOUTH THIRD 8rTIIxrW. We will Make Special Efforts on Shoes. U CANNOT AFFORD TO MI14 THIL POlTUNITY OF BUTING A LST C'lABS PAIR OF 8110H1 AT FOURTH ClASS PRItiE. Next Week we will e found in our ew store. Don't miss this Sale. Yours for trade. HE BOSTON CIHIN; and Shoe Hare Rch, Cory &Co.i Wholesale Grocers. HE ONLY STRICTLY GROCERY HOUSE IN THIS PART OF MON TANA. We buy from the same facto ries and houses that the east ern jobbers do, and in much larger quantities than some of the so-called jobbers who infest this country with their grip and sell by sample. * 0005 ARE HERE ON THE GROUND Subject to inspection, and are just as we represent them. We are T DOING A COMMISSION BUSINESS. We can meet any legitimate competition. THE BLOODY CHASM ...

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. — 30 January 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, NATURDAT. JANUARY 0. 186LS THE CAPITAL QUESTION. No discussion of the capital question can be had without Great Falls entering into it as a very prominent factor. And the more the question is agitated. and written and spoken about the more prominent Great Falls becomes. This is due to the fact that as the merits of the several candidates for the honor are passed into review the claims of Great l alls are forced into prominence, and as a moue an importance, by comparison, which attracts general attention. The Taini.st has eapressed the belief, and now reiterates it, that if time election for the pIrmianent capital were poistponed for tive years, Great Falls would literally have im walk over for it. The centralization of the principal snmelting, rehining and manufacturing industries of the state at Great Falls; its large and rapidly increasing population; the vast increase in the population of its unuerous tributary mining and agricul tural centers: the impetus whi...

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. — 30 January 1892

HE HUB "SELLS CHEAPEST" A TIE WHILE And the month will be gone, and with it will he gone the chance to have re funded 15 cents of every dollar you pay us for suits, pants, boots and shoes and overcoats. If you l )uV an Overcoat of ,us that is plainly marked $25, that garment will cost you but about $2 1, knotwith standing the fact that at $25 it would be the best coat in the city for the money. We want it dis tinctly understood first, last and all the time, the assertions of our competitors to the contrary not withstancling, that HE HUB "SELLS CHEAPEST." A DEADLY ENCEPINTIER. Trsse..e Gilr iielinerastrie C-ts the Throat of i Former reireas Coast,, Tenn., Jan. '_). The most ational tragedy which has occurred Memphis for years wac onunitted this ernlon The victim, a young lady her slayer were of the same sex th were familiar tigures in society. A ggy containing Miss Alice Mitchell Lizeie Johnston drew up to the ewalk around the custom house block ing to the levee. The lines were in e ...

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. — 30 January 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATURDAT. JANUARY U. IEL. There'll Be No War. Chill has no idea of fighting the United States. When the congression Mists had put the Balmacedans to flight and completed their victory by the es tablishment of a provisional government a few hot-headed leaders among the less intelligent classes imagined the lit tle nation could whip the world and bo cunie offensively aggressive in their lan guage and bearing toward this govern ment. This hostile sentiment had its or;gin in the part the United States took in the Itata affair and manifested itself in the cruel treatment of the Blaltimore's sailors. The official boads of the Mhilian gov ernment were placed,as it were. between two fires. They knew the police and soldiers did a most shameful and brutal a t in the streets of Valparaiso. 'They knew the United States had just cause for complaint against the Chilian au thorities. But what could they do? Upon the one side was the government demanding an apology for the cowar...

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. — 30 January 1892

HE WEEKLY TRIBUNE ,pRAY OF THE FALLS. WrD.OW5DAY'5 DAILY. teports from the Barker mine are the t that work is now In proper th 6enking the shaft. Enough ore is en out to pay the expenses. sheet and pillow slip ball will be uit a numboner of invitat on. wiru issued anh the ball promi.ses to be a 5d succees. ot. Mortsfl reports that there are r7 gouid prospects for the establish rt of a mail service from Dubuque to hend of unning Wolf. The oce punning Wolf will he known as ortson pe Final proof was made yesterday before S. mini55iOfler Pomeroy by Elias ,tg:on hi deset land claim for the thweet quarter of the southeast quar of section 8, and the southwest quar. rof the southeast quarter of section 9, nship 11, range 4 east. River Press, Jan. 25: Word comes rm t hinook of another revolver act at at point. The difficulty seems to ve been between Frank Bowes and one yen, and although our informant does tknow how it began it ended by Bowes king Flynn down with the butt of revolver. An exam...

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. — 30 January 1892

W. B. RALEIGH & CO. LARGEST STOCK OF WASH GOODS Ever Opened in the City. Fine Domestic Dress Ginghams, Fine Scotch Dress Ginghams, Fine French Ginghams In all the new aesigns and colorings. The only house in the city showing New Spring Goods These were secured for us by our New York agent who was fortunate in getting us some of the first from the looms of 1892. We Sold 5,000 yards of Ginghams, Thursday ! We were 50 per cent l0owr than the lowest ! One of our competitors has been telling you that he would meet any price and go 50 per cent lower. Look at Thursday's edition of the Leader and compare prices. We sold Ginghams 50 per cent lower than any house in Great Falls. W. B. RALEIGH & CO. IRRIGATION, Neport of T. II. Newell of the I nited %inton Geological Survey. Fasts ('eneerning Irrigatti in in ('ase'nle County and Mgon tans in 1energ-l. The Tiiru~vrn has ree-iv-d from T. II. Newell of the United States geological survey, his report un "Irrigation in Mon tans," contained ...

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. — 30 January 1892

HE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SPRAY OF THE FALLS. In 15 of the holiday number of i)o it. l'ribti's appears C lca brief chrhhi. of 5t. e atholic c at city. Great credit is given to ther ci J. Dole of tbis city who in 1880 aeppointed local missionary at Dillon afr hard work witnessed in the ring of the corner t, of the new church. which cost, celeted, over $5,000. The article re r"II to Speaks as follows of the re eet the reverend gentleman's untiring )rte in behalf of the St. Rose Catholic ue'h won from the citizens of Beaver ei ceuinty: "That the respect and nthltencfl or the community reposed in sbility and integrity of this generous ad faithful missiniary is clearly evi , Ic by hie success. The homes of itcn lics and non-Catholics alike ex tede- to him hospitality and weleomoe." slINIAY 8 I)Altal. lIe- ranchmncai killed at the Teton Fri ay eas named John Ogle. HIe met his path in the manner stated in yesterday's 'e at a N I. The Cataract Mill cttjpany is now uniting night and day with a full ...

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. — 30 January 1892

WORTH RECOMMENDATIONS The Report of the Executive Com mittee of the Board of Trade. lenaible Suggestions Ilegarding the Work to He Pone the Com ing Year. The regular meeting of the board of trade was held yesterday afternoon. The meeting was called to order by President Myers. After the approval of the urin ates the executive committee was called upon for its report. This report, which was in the nature of suggestions and see mmendations for the year's work, is given in foil below. The president then announced the following committees: Roads-E. W. Kelly, Robt. Vaughn. Charl's Wegner. Mines -Paris Gibson, K. R. Clingan. !. B. Wilcox. Comnmerce and Transportation W. P. Wren. J. H. McKnight. Wm. Albrecht. Public Improven'nts -. R. Crutcher, Matt Dunn. W. S. Flrary. lmmigralion .aintes Barnes, F. W. Webster. Jerry Collins. Iegislation T. E. Collins, C. M. W'eb ster, Win. Coxkrill. Mlanulactures K. W. King, L. S WYoo bury. .1. K. Clark. Advertising - A. E. Dickerman, It. F. Randall, B. I...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 6 February 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. UT.114 X. G(REAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 6, 1892. NUMBER 57 Has oved to its New Quarters Corner first Avenue South ndThird St. I li ni t ahh Cory U & Co. `' U Wholesale Grocers. p THE ONLY STRICTLY GROCERY HOUSE IN e' THIS PART OF MON- a ti TANA. IT ti ti We buy from the same facto- e. h ries and houses that the cast- v ern jobbers do, and in much t larger quantities than some b of the so-called jobbers who r1 infest this country with their h grip and sell by sample. R lIS GOODS ARE HERE ON THE GROUND n d Subject to inspection, and t are just as we represent them. t t We are d NOT DOING A COMMISSION BUSINESS. We can meet any legitimate * r Competition. THE HOUSE ADOPTS ULES.1 Ex-Speaker Reed Found in a Humor to Go Through a Pumping Process. He Descants Upon the House Rules and Relieves Himself of Su perfluoun Gall. The People's Party Representatives Wish It Understood They Are In it. lOungre++ional Note. sand (;aoni. W.%,mis rmj. Feb. 1. Th...

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. — 6 February 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. aATURDA!. PIBBUART 5.11M. MONTANA MXHEIIT5. It is not saying too much that no state in the union can make such a varied exhibit of natural resources as Montana can make. Look them all over from the east to the west, from the north to the south and then compare notes. One state may excel in its exhibit of manufactures; another in its display of skilled handiwork; another in its fruits and wines and another in one or two other special articles. But where is the state that can excel or even equal Mon tana in an exhibit of wealth of raw material. Let us mention a few of the exhibits the state can make at time World's fair. Among then, are gold ores, silver ores, copper ores, lead ores, iron ores andu precious stones, coal, gypsum, lire clay, brick clay, mineral paints red and yel- f low building stone of almost every shade. lime-stone and marble. It may not be generally known that the largest sI marble quarry in the world is in the i Sweet Grass hills. Pure white. va...

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. — 6 February 1892

E BIG SMELTER Be Ready for Business February 10th, 1892. Concentrator Nearly Completed and Can Start in Two Weeks. S BSEING PUSlED RAPIGI, in the Smelter Furnaces Will be Lighted by the First Day of larch. Necessary to Wait for Water Power or Completion of R. R. spor to the Mines. NATURAL SMELTER SITE cb is That of the B. & M. Which Will Have the lost Complete Smelter in the World. Electrolylic Plant to be Put in This Summer---Cost, $600,000 or More. ecription of the Great Works and a General Review of the, Processes of ,. cenfraiing ard Sifeiting. Thrmm b the coirtiesy of Supctinlenil r'Kh p. tkb , f the Ibstn i Miioitats aanonu} ý T n ' o 1 i r. plrt, intative wa.1s cliv I n throe; S li t! mnw wiorts t thi Il l e anid given riiuiethinig of an usight ton the proccss to ht, emiph:yi tl tU , tment of .ors. Tin inipection a::s .o wa:.t th oroutl h,ii~ 018 Ill.-h rv rtrn r.iowtais . ,f t it terestiiv an ini epte proe-n i f r.iuin tilt, as( a pp. r arre of M.ntanla to tit, ,irk i! p...

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. — 6 February 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. ATUIDAT. VUBBUAIIY e. 15. RIACUmeG FOR CASTLE. The business men of Helena seem to be impressed with the importance of doing something toward connecting it with White Sulphur Springs and Castle by rail. It would certainly tie fortunate for thise pilces if they cue oeed in securing direct railroad commitu niiitiin with IHelena, the temporary capital. and with (irent falls, the future seat of governiniit of the state. Such a stroke of gicat fortune seldom falls to the lot of towns so long isolated front the outside world. it it is within the range of 1mssibilities that they nay thus be accomumitated. The Tuineuc: will not presume to cay whether the Ieleana project will mate rialize or whether it will sasnd its force tpon paper and end where it began in words amn wishes. It will say, however, there is some exceedingly gossi leather a uinonig Itilenu business men and that t iey generalli "gelt thert" in any propq i c:tien in which there is money for their city. 't'hey...

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. — 6 February 1892

g WEEKLY TRIBUNE SpRAy OF THE FALLS. rflUHMDAY' DAILY. paragon Mining company of Bar tl he the first mining concern in it mountains to use a horse un li t for hlauling ore to the mouth tunne. (Iro. Allis will put a horse unJ;l Smiler" at such work in the fIlnd mine, out' of the Paragon 1,,tenourro~w. v.'ill has named the following ,til to attend the Trans-Missis nogrl'55. whlch meets itt New Or. Il.negrlillry whi: A A. hl)avidson, T. E in.Thomas G. Morrill. Hamuel 1, artin Magininia. Ii. t8. Wilson. S. ,t, Der, u i W. Stapleton. J. WL. Mtro ('. A. ilroadwater. rrv Embilertson arrived in town yes. y front Sweet cirass via Flavre. He it a light fall of snow in the hills. says that unless there are heavy a this spring very little placer work he carried on by the miners there. r,-presentation was done pretty gtlhly by all who are interested in dlltrict, which speaks well for the et (rass country. Mr. Endlertsun il the afternisin for Ienton, at i'Itrien, who is an titl expert er, arll kn...

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. — 6 February 1892

IEWS GARNERED IN A SHEAF A Hitch Among Democrats Over House Rules and Upon the Silver Question. The llemocrats Will Attack the Mc Kinley Octopus by Seperate Bills. Mitchell's Defi to the Great John L. Farmers' Alliance Alter f inkertons. & Hitch Amoui Silver Men. WAsI4iYiTON, Jan. 29.-The democratic caucus on legislative matters have rever been regarded as absolutely binding on members of the house and a talk with a number of democrats make it evident that the caucus determination of the -ilver question have less of binding force than the caucus on almost any other question. The call was circ lated by anti-silver mien. It is a restricted and I not a binding caucus call. A number of free coinage democrats who were seen, said they did not believe the antis would abide by it deieision favorable to free -liver. A great many men, both for and iirinst silter, would refuse to go into -a mos unless assured it would not he reiarded as binding. Bacon of New fork and others refused to sign...

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. — 6 February 1892

E WEEKLY TRIBUNE' SPRAY of THE PALLS. ,UtNDAY94 DAILY. he River Prens of Jan. 28: The winter on the other side of the hies permits the work on the Great ies extension to continue. The kha lready been laid to a point at twenty nmiles west of Kalispell, is probable that work will be con ed all winter. neapolie Journal, Jan. 28: When lien war. ii Helena he expressed a gness "'ter put on der gloves" with entleman bn his audience who was geld ohn could have testi tplainer to thei deep e and abiding sat ehufelt with the IBoston Ideal than eimpressive silence that weighed n the opera house and percolated into the ozone. he new Boston store was well stened last night by one of the most seful dances ever given by the Black le Social club. Over one hundred pies were present according to the at of Col. Biggs, who made an ef t ticket taker. Good music wag ,idede and there were some splendid cere present who availed themselves the opportunity to indulge artistically he art old Terpeichore is sup...

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. — 6 February 1892

_l OVERCOATS, Su1it s, . tYnd.erwe a, r, Et o. i TO MAKE ROOM FOR SPRING SHIPMENTS. THE BOARD OF TRADE Caosiders the Wool Industry and the lm portanoe of Parkt. The regular meeting of the board of trade was held yesterday afternoon and was well attended. After the reading and approval of the minutes and the re port of the executiv3 committee the fol lowing gentlemen were elected to mem bership: F. J. Adams. C. S. Glibson,W. T. Houston, J. H. Johnson, W. G. Downing, and M. S. Parker. Members of the board were then called upon to offer such suggestions as seemed important regarding the work to be doge by the board. Severa, matters were brought forward ant discussed and inally referred to the executive commit tie for proper action. Paris iibheon then called the attention of the board to the wool trade. teferring to the re ceipts of wool at treat lalls during the last year. Mr. Gibson said that while very satisfactory in amount they should lie materially increased. With the in flux of s...

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. — 13 February 1892

gout Ica sor dA Sodil THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. ,IrMTJ X. GRE\T IFALLS. MONTANA. sATURIII)AY MORNING, FE4IIIUARY 13, 1892. NUMBER 64 ENE AT THE GATES SOE YEARS HBENCE. T. PETEs --Hello! Gabriel,what t of a mortal have you there? :IIRIEL-Your holiness, he is n (;reat Ialls and is recorded being the meanest man on th. *r. PerER -Well. he looks it. nd up you miserable wretch d answer to the charge. MaN\rE.T MIAN ( whiningly ) -1 not the meanest man - Jensen meaner than I am. Si. P:'rt:Ra-Jensen? That can't . He's our friend of The lios Sr. PirEK.---(aside to his at ndants)-Throw this wretch into c sewer, for if he should catch a impse of hell with his wicked e eye lie would put out the es. Sr. I', ri< (solilo qui.in )i ell, that was altogethl r the ost contemptible looking wretch have ever seen in all my ISoo ar, of cxperience at this gate. see by lhe records Ithht hi \uas mean while on earth that the cec planted outside of his door the city refused to grow be use he looked at them. I oug...

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. — 13 February 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. IATURDAT. DBRIUAUB! 1. IS. ABOUT TREs. Volumes have been written about trees and still the field of fact and speculation is not exhausted. That which is left un written concerning their benefits from a sanitary and other points of view would make a very large book. The TRIBUNa does not propose to supply it in a; news paper article nor does it profess to be able to add anything new to what has already been said and written upon the subject. It is, however, pleased to in dorse and emphasize the remarks made by Senator Gibson before the board of trade last Thursday, touching this matter. The senator's suggestion that the city issue bonds the proceeds of the sale of which to be applied to planting and car ing foJr trees in the city is an excellent one and should be favorably acted upon. It would be money most advantageously expended-a kind of bread cast upon the waters which returns its full hun tired fold. Aside from the evidence which well cared-for trees present o...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 13 February 1892

ESATE AND MINES, raanlers of City Property for the Week Ending Fehb roary 6. Exhibits at the World's Ex. ition-Note From Neihart and Barker. week has been an exceptionally one in real estate. quieter in fact any week this year. During the of January the market was car rward largely by the impetus of t months of 1891. That force has itself and the operators must look quiet month. Nevertheless inquiries been numerous and when spring fairly opened the market will un edly take a jump. There have several eastern parties in the city the week looking at property the view to investment. All of have been greatly pleased with the and their visit is sure to bring fruit. tranfers for the week have neenea been few in number and with one e exceptian small in amount. The tion is the deed for the Collins p. block, which was tiled early in week, the consideration being e235. The total number of tranfers for eek were fifteen and the aggregate of property transferred 81.5,cN). figures, of course, refe...

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. — 13 February 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. HATURUDA.. FEBRUARY 3t. 18M. STATE STEALING NOT RENP&ECTABLE. State steeling is not regarded bynmany people as an honorable industry. Gov ernor ltoyd is among the number. When Thayer threw up the sponge the other day and turned over his stolen office to its rightful possessor Governor lloyd the latter refused to recognize Thayer's e.tendetIl hand and simply bowed his ac klnowleldgtme't to Th'ayer's salutation: H"lowi dio,) yo do, govrernor?" This cool recep'ltion of Nebraska's frIaudulent gov etrnur may appear to some us churlish iiupn the part of toyd.t but a nlomnent' rtfle'til will 'change the ,opinion. Mr. I Ihoyld \as el'.ted govetcr ir "of Nebrtiakn, the .,,t', i-tandiing. I", %d ,i.l n:.r 71,3)l; I.ichllad nr.p., .: l'owters i l. 70. I . .Ir. 'l I. "yer as i not a eanmlidate: hi h' \n:t,. ! trei tiringh'' {,tttern r' i'L: , '' tiin of lloyd was not untici lilt.1 i ti'' republicain IPadors of Ne rnkai I t ti a surp isi' fir which they \,r. i.t Irln.i., ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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