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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 March 1892

THE COUNTY BONOS, ,ler That Will Probably Prove Interesting to the Tax Payers. h Was the Best Bid? The opinioelno illt lFinancilal Expert. the" tilne the county tofnds were to ,, .1. liershfleld the TIlll.re: !h1, e,,sitioin that his was not tihe biI .wl that the layesu ,idt was Ir bhy something over t2,i5N). In or oI satisfy itself that the pesition thuts n wais correct the, TsrIIie'Nr on Feb-. , e hIddresedI the following letter e Commerecial and Financiatl Chroni New York City: entlemen: Would you kindly de wthichl is the better of these two W'e ask this favor as you are a nitedt autheority on financial qel's SNo. 1 l'arahd $2,512 treemiunm for o-) 20-year 6 per cent. Ionds. 'SNo. 2 -Basis ct 501 per cent. and for same bonds. voer answer please state how much , premium is contained in eid No. 2. reply to this letter thle Te IIne.: has iced the following, dated Marc.h a,. signed by W. h. I)ena & Co.. pro tors of the paper above nentioned: entlemen: Please excuse drlay in ofrin...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 March 1892

CLEVELANJ MUS [LWITHDRAW, Leo Says Henri Watterson in a Recent Interview Wit a t'licago Reporter. Eill Has Dng HIl Own Political Grave, and a Western Man Must lie Found. The Alliance Men Will IRe Aggrres sive Iuring the Ensuing l'alalihgn. Watteron oen('leveland. CltAin;a,. March 11. lIon. lfenr) Watt,-'seon in an uuthorized intelrview at Ri~chelieu hotel to lay virtually called upon ('levelanI ti, withdraw froml t]h the presidential nomlinationtc. W\atteret.n said the nominatin of tlhe ex.president would be suicidal fur the democratic: patty. Iill, too. he Ielheved, IJcal dui: hbis ,ow, plitical grave in New York state anld he. reg.lars the cotlltlelt there as practic.,lly irr.concldabtle. The partylhe saysV. rinclt cote' weet for its ctautliilaht or leek 'ltn in either (t the' thre ,'lute, of .'elahn~ueteetts.. l'e~nsylvania ir eMary latnd. I practec:,lly callintg upon (.lve ' hland to withdr.law. \\attersin ratther seored the ex-prec.ideent. TIhe Kentucky editor read the intervie...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 March 1892

ONTANA STATE BUILDING t the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago - An Attractive Structure. II Itetripltion of the IHilding Will Hie Completed This Year. The 'l'lnuirn takes phlasure in pr, antiIg to its readers this mornir. it pie re of the Montanii Stat-e Luttinti att o o'nrld't (olunabian Expsition. Th. illiug will hie Prected ase.,rting to e phlns of (flualbraitlh \& I'ull'r of islantli, who received 2in) tas the Iccessfll designers and who w ill re ive three and one-half per rcet -f oe ost of constructing the buihlir;g. lie structure is to cost not lmore tlh 15.(.t and is to be completed h, Siep elber 1, this year. Bids for the ion et of construct on are heing adve., for, and a sot of plans is exhibtedi Helena, one at Livingston, aind one at "eioula. Two sets are on exhibition at leago. It was expected at first that e building would be constructed en rely of Montana miaterials, but tlhat ea wa found to be imtpracticable, :at e freight alone on the required Ilate al would...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 March 1892

PATRON SAINT REMEMBERED, St. Patrick's I)ay Fittingly ('e'e Shbratel by Appropriate Iervh"rri. Maslerly Address by .lJames Iklmavala The Play Kathleen Mavorneen Well Plreisented by Home Talent Large anti Enthluslastic Audience. St. Patrick's day was fittingly ob merved in Great Falls yesterday and it is no exaggeration to say the celebration eclipsed any former elfforts in the line here. 'There was no palrade- in the mllorn ing as planned owing to the disagree atle condition of the streots. lint ta ;ieat manf y attetled higlh mtass in the C(atho ie, church at 1| ai. m. Thie ser\vies were somtewhat sadthne I for I'lather I)olI owing to the lanl.erous illnes of lone of the fathlert alt sI. P'ter's mission. whliose death is Iierly ,pectcld. cul hi our tailed theit,- c-rte nile 'ole . In tit:- evening the ilopera house was crowdel, the attraction being, an orati on by JIames I)onovan and the preecnitation of "Kathleen Mavourneen" Iby honme talent. About 8::' the exercises comi menced wi...

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. — 26 March 1892

WEEKIY TRIBIUNE. E jjr' i x. IIEAT FALLS. NMOtNT'. N ,. NATUI)AY MOIININ(, M 11(1H 26, 1892. N IEla 91 AVORSFREEWOOL e Chicago Tribune, a Leading Repub lican Journal, Answers an Ari zona Wool-Grower, d Makes an Able and Ilteresting Argument! in Favor of Free Wool--Many Sound Reasons Given. INTEREST TO EVERY SHEEP MAN. hy the Price of Wool Has Declined in the Last Twenty-Five Years--High Pro tection Responsible. o Give the Manufacturer Free Access to All Sorts of Wool Robs the American Grower of Nothing, but Rather Increases the Demand For and Prices Of His Prod uct." iHe siiti trowi.e of ]MoLtari u will in the following letter uand answer tO the solution of stnne proilenl s liof interest to them. The letter and er are taken fromn the C'hicago ane f March IS, and thev ire of no interest in view of the futt that the use is ai republican paper toe tof mist infliuertial organs of the repntih Sparty. 'Hite following is the full -if tihe letter and the answer: Ir. oU,:,\F , .%ri.. March 1...

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. — 26 March 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. MAICH i. 1W9.10 Free Seeds. Hen. . I i. I)xion. ReptetcttalircC in Congrew, will supplll seeds fnee to all echo desire thcn:. Farmer's erishiee to take cdrauletatlc of this emay seuf their amces Ito the TaUes.,. and they will Ie forwatr.ld promptlyi to Mfr. Dixon. I'ROTIECTEI) WOOL. The wool growers of Montana and other western states will be given an op portunity to declare by their votes this fall whether they want free wool or pro tected wool. If they consult their real in terests they will vote overwhelming for free wool. If they vote as their republi can enemies want them to they will vote for protected wol. The weakness ot the pesition of the republican party on questions emenerned with the taritT is no where more appar ent than on the ,questiou of the tariff on wool. The stock argument of the re publicans on all tariff questions is that the high tariff glets the me.\ rican pro :lucer better prices. c et when asked to tell where the price of .AIt....

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. — 26 March 1892

SESTATE AND MINES n, A.trivea Market on Solld IIasis I)aily Inquiries Made. ,t Bright 4ohtlook for G(reat Falls IehlI Estate- Mining Notes. w ying to the cold weather of the past arek, it would be supposed that unus nat quiet and inactivity had reigned in the real estate market. Walks and talks among the various dealers, however. ,how this not to bo the fact. Personal inquiry on the part of investors was ,,uit: active. and much inslpetion of prlprty and lists distinguished the vwPek: and these will in all ihkelihood ,ona hear fruit. The outlhik for a rise in real estate values and largely inicreased ailes was Inever brighter than it it; at the pre.ent time. (,reat .'alls has realad the point where it coan , andl s )thr atl n tion of eanti'rn capitalists antI1 auana) nre tl edaily inquiiie. maald, tihnlalieh tiw :anils, not only 1)3 i-iasti-rt all aihlists. ilt quite nit maIly fron pealla tpl t hrImgh it the stute and from thte .ound and •uast 'ities. Not a dayl passes but our real 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. — 26 March 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. . TUlIDAY. MAt :ln.I 2. .181.. Free Seeds. li. ,n. I . I' ". lN i ". A n r '."rs- I- di. i-, 0 ('trlller tt, 'iltl sttl, ( Cr s. fI 'Utl ifre tisll irho deair ithr . 'ountry ins tr.' hiorl to retk act tulr ca pit i mo s the natin. Upir thmes t It' s. e trr d t hel trill lar, tf'e lorrded' i.rutmtlrc/ to Mr. the ui . 'lgRl:e CoI.lAI- AND ITS I INEII'Ts. or any other country inn n tate an th er thle question of silver coinage is in prog ress at thell capital of the nation. Upon the one side are arrayed the republian t party, the money plutocracy of the ht mtmi lhe and the New England states and the hired attorneys of Wall street, including 'T'racy of New York. Williams of Massa husethtts and l arter of thio. litipon the other side stands the democracy of trohe country representing it was farmers and its laboring masses generally. The former, the enemies of the white metal, have fought the Bland bill with the obstinacy ofithe lawyer.the arts of the politician and th...

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. — 26 March 1892

EAT FALLS RACES Illina ptrograml ArraItIgei orI' 1.71.'" % tek o.tllle (;I in Fi'lls I.emds in \ llnulinr of E:lntrie - Third In Purses. report regarding the prospects for on week at Groat Falls next Au which C. H. Wright, the new sec of the North Montana Fair Asso. b ilought back from Butte on esdny, has caused all who are in. eI in the success of the fair this n Is in the best of spirits. Mr. went went Butte to attend a con with the officials of the Butto naconda aesociations on Tuesday respecting the arrangement of the ima for the various meetings to be , thet Montana circuit this coming order of races for tireat Falls was tely settled and is as follows, 1he , Monday. August 22. FIRST )AVY. Trotting race for 2-yeur-htle. bred istl in Montana: best twain three: ce fee $ti);: &$t( added. Closed let with 21 nominations. Total Sto be won, $1,tL'KI. Running: flve-eighths mile iashes cap. Purse. 82.4). Running race; one rilh weight for Purse. 3110. 't'rotting: 2:.I class. Purse. it...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 26 March 1892

THE CRISIS II GERMAnY, The Ministerial )ifllealty Still I'n settled-The Emperonr Re tires for Meditationm. A Pau'i Bank Fail YFor Large .molunt--I iilawfutl . elwnila tion the (Caue. 4 ne DIiretor Cotmits Suieide and Trvo Others Flee the ('otunt' . .lluisterisl Crcisis n (ierumaay I epolriaht IDr. by New York Assoeiatet Pre~. I BrErtLIa. March 11). A calmer view of the ministerial situation prevails every where to night. It is positively known thaut Chancellor Von Caprivi has not re signed and that the retirement of Count Von Zedlitz. Prussian minister of eccle siastical affairs. instruction and medici nal at'airs, is still undecided. It depends on the result of Emperor William's de liberations in the solitude of Ilubertus tocko. Now that the nature of the crisis ,- hett. r understastd it is seen that at no timoe had it Ibeen of the suddenly imi .nentous character that rumor gave to it. since the commiittee having in charge the Prussian primary education bill lie .an its sitting. Ch...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 26 March 1892

OW IS THIS FOR HIGH I tract to Build the lnurliugton to the Yellowstone livet* Iret. I . Thousand Men Will IBegin i operations As Moon As Possible. irk Frim the Great Falls Kndl of the Line to Begpin iimultane~on ly. Ting This MaRe ('ity Another isterlI 4)atlet This As. pilcious Year. T'I'heiii: is in receipt of informs from an "inside" source' to the of. t that the contract for the construc of the Burlington & Northern rail Strom its present terminus in Wyonm to the Yellowstone riser has been andl that not less than 3.0( II'men lienter upon this work just as soon thl season and weathetr will permit it. At as nearly the same, time as ps le the Burlington will tlegin vw rk its surveyed and located line from, s :ity through the Judith to the llowetone, so that this year of 182t'1 I witness the completion of the rngton railroad to our city. ording another tiotlet to the euastern rts and seaboard as well ai a mnnost piortant feeder considereld frotlit a local sectional standpoint. h...

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 March 1892

WOMAN AND HER DRESS. A Terribly mytenit View of the I'ashlmns for the Ceurnlilg spMring. No queition tbet woman is a variable animal, anid bow shonld her patron saint oo other? And whither, having achieved a certain omeasure of elegauce, oh. whither will she hurrTy ut? Toward what slolgh. what quag of ugliness will it please her to turn our all too willing feet? Will she revive the old horrors of pannier and "draped" skirt and the hated bilrdccgc: Who can tell? Her irresponsibllty is devoid of wCIpuence as of reason. 'ti lantractahbl as a nlullu ind as flighty as Miss Blroughton's heroines (old style) At the present illuIonit there is Iimuch to rejoice in The ilug, foui. datiouless sk.als. with their graceful. fanlike folds, are both attractive and comIfortlable; and no petticuacts were ever nmuch prettier this side of Edell. Built in nllirny colured brocades after the sillle sliui fashllion as the skirts above the-(; frillchd with lace or flonred with their ownl silken fabric. Ille...

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. — 2 April 1892

EIOLEE CII-C hI1IE II~r= W. E.HMELAN VOLUME x. (IIEATP FALLS'. JMON TANA. S I'I'UItflAY 1MOININrNi, APIITL 2, 1892. NUMBER 98 FIRST1 NATIONALJ The lagniflcent lew Building of the First lational Bank and the Townsits Company. It is a lounment to the Enterprise, Energy and Business Thrift of Great Falls. A MAGNIFICENT BUIlJING. A Detailed Description of the Construc tion of the New Building---Ex tenor and Interior. How It Has Been Built and Those Who Have Built It---An Inter esting Story. The Virst National hlnt; of I rout falls will move into its new quarters the laht of this week. The people of Croat lalls have watched the construvtion of the new bank building with no little in Itreit and it is now so niarly ready for *4n4upancy that it deosiription of the structure can he given. As the building wn every aenwn a monunment to the en terpriae, enory and busineas thrift of the people of Groat Fulla in general, as well wa of those who have boon interested in its erection, it is fitting ...

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. — 2 April 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATUlRDAY. MARIICH 2s. 1M. Free Seeds. Smo. I'. Wt'. Dixon, Represectatire in Conjri-as, it-ill supply seeds ,fare to all who desire thuem. Farmners trishinUt to lake idrintttejj of this mayi send their name' to the TutnisBt, tiid they will he fu'rami/ed promnptly to Mr. 1)imrou. mILIERB DARK IHIt'tI. If the Biland bill be defeated in the house this winter it will be due to two reasons. In the first place many demo crate who will vote for the bill after the presidential election oppose it at the present time beanuse they honestly ie lieve the ensuing campaign should be fought squarely upon the tariff alone and that by iujenting the silver issue in the tight the success of the democratic party would be jeopardized in some of the northern slates. It is opposed by many democrats for this reason. In the second place the Shylocks of Wall street and the gold bugs of the east generally have bought up many members. as they did in the last republi can house, who silently ...

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. — 2 April 1892

IWSIASIIC FOR CLEVELAND t. l',ul liemnerSay Meet sad glen Ielegatel to the ('hi. sago Convention. Are for Grover Cleveland. First. Last and all the Time. tre Also In Favor of theg Free iind I iluiited tolinage of Silver. Etuiauii5stie far oCleveland. 1. 1r ', March 31.--The democratic econvention for the selection of del ten to the Chicago convention was in this city today and was froij t to tinish an enthusiastic Cleveland vention. 'Speeches were for Cleve cheers were for Cliveland iani the ,eracy, and resolutions were for erland, first, last and all the time. tre were some shaii tiehts as to thods of doing things. but all were ted on this one matter. .1. E. I Hven chosen chairman and Jaies iuna ly mnu A. McKinnon seeretaries and was taken from fine to':1) Hiftir chair had appointed the committee credentials. On re-aseimbhug er committees were announce d recess of ten minutes was en to allow them to work. Tiiempor organization was then made per nent and the following resolution of ...

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. — 2 April 1892

THE DAILY TRIBUNE. PrULEaNID 3T THE TRIBUNE COMPANY. ecoOaroaAnsn.1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subscriptions must be paid in advance. tOns yea' by maii,SII).OO1 One year. b mail, $2.00 Six months. 5A0 Six months, 1.25 One month, 1.00 5 Three montt s" 7.5 One week, by carrler,221 Singl, copy. - 5 Advertising rates furnished on application. The circulation of the Tribune I'n Northern Montana is guaranteed to exceed that of any pa Cell for the National Democratic Conere tisa, 1892. Ter p ation tem statec a t i. nbesrinb hetrse diayin the itro ad s hins h n Jast, 1,asen the ir omer addressoswella the iyo new d addres thi sholdi te e r name oee Addmress: convaento.Ec Coestat isrenttWles. Cal fepor tunu theei eual taoal donubl .-e reposa-ting hel thich daysnite in the iyo ahngxto I). C.. is aiautied Tuesday cethlst daypoun aetor limpor s th atie, s aund chosn the dcit o isne sof t sold tnbs shlaemplo delenti lens. Al Dnmscritie convretion. Each stae le sentUni Srates i ipsitiouon therein pe...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 2 April 1892

o GRAY POET GONE the Ilndiscovered Country From lh'ose Bourn No Traveler Returns. Intlh snd Peacefully as Though Asleep Walt Whitmnat Passes Away. ega. Shift." Were ills Last Words Brief Biographical Sketch. Walt Whitman Dead. ptilt..tnF.LetitA, March 261.-Calmly ad peacefully, like a child asleep, Walt Thitrnan passed away this evening. lie id been weaker than usual for some sys past, but for some reason the sowledge of his condition did not be isei public property. iHe bad a sinking pall last night, but recovered sonie that. Again at 4:30 this afternoon he n to sink. A messenger was hur lly sent for ,his physician, Irt. Alex Oder McAlister, who reached the dy ig man's bedside soon afterward. The actor found the aged poet dying and so fformed those around his bedside. ife iked the patient if he suffered any pain ad the whispered answer was "No." wenty minutes before his death he id to his attendand "Wary, shift..' hey were the last words uttered by Thitnan. lIla breathing hecame fa...

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. — 2 April 1892

MURDER OF IMMIGRANTS, The Method Employed by a Couple of Russians for Making Away With Their Victims. About Forty Lives Have Been Traced to Their Dour by the Polke. The Wiee of One of the Mur derers Figures Prominently in the ('rime. Wholesale Muoder. W-anIAw, March 28.-The police in quiry into the case of the two brothers named Koclikvosky, who are imprisoned here on the charge of murdering and robbing a peasant near 13ielosterek, has revealed the practice of the wholesale! murder of emigrants on the frontier. Already the naked bodies of live victims have been discovered in the snow in the woods adjacent to the house occupied by the broilers who lived in the village of Monki. The search for bodies is pro ceeding. There have been many disap pearancee of late in the neighborhood of the Koulikvosky residence and the police estimate that the two brothers have murdered at least forty persons. lIesi. dents of Monki have been greatly startled by the revelations concerning the brothers and...

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. — 2 April 1892

ULEE DEMOCRACY, IleethK or the I'nterri t the ( rent ('oial in aafnd an Interesting (rnerally Among the Faithful. rday afternoon Judge Clem - li'ie. Clerk of the District (!.,Lkrill and a Tnanuºe: ice took a spin out to Sand ad a pair of high steppers *ity Stables. The day was l in excellent condition and o" drive was a delightful onut. lements and Clerk Cockrill address the Sand (oulee club at that place while the an helped hold down the d push on the lines. The every evidence of pros perity, being full to overflowing -population. Several build been recently built. anaig a tine looking conmodious rly hour in the evening the e hand rendered several line in an artistic manner and at d to the club room, followed cncourse of people who soon rainy apartment. President b S. M. Morse called the ans order and in a brief speech object of the meeting. Mr. ekd-rill was introduced and opening speech. The gentle rred to the importance of the ng election anal in view of it he democrats of `and C...

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. — 2 April 1892

Continued from first page. unfolded his plans to Mr. Hill, giving a full and faithful report of the situa tion. The latter was quick to see the strength of the position and the great value in the near future of the lands above the fall.. Added interest on the part of Mr. Hill was given to the proj ect at that time because he was just be ginnitg to think of the extension of his railroad system and perhaps to dream of the "Manitoba" as a transcontinental line of shorter distance and with lower grades than any other route. He mani fested the greatest interest and Mr. Gibson was given carte blanche to carry out his project. SHe returned to Montana and entered upon the work with enthusiasm. Great caution and diplomacy were needed at the - utaet and these were displayed to perfection. The work progressed favor ably and in two years after its inaugura tion Mr. Hill came to Montana and visit ed the future metropolis which was then a town of one tent. He came, he saw and was conquered. His e...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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