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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 18 June 1892

* 3.CAM3ERLAIN. W. E. CHAMSBRLA N SWEEKLY TRIBUNE. 1O0 Cd* nA A., 1FAL0 COT0OAAU Y A.NuE ,13fE XI. GREAT FALLS. MONTANA. SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 38, 1892. NUMBER 28 N DESTRUCTIVE STORM ,ple of Minnesota nuffer errille Viitation of Wind and Hain. of Life APalmling in the mlinrt Iiotrlits bhot Its Ex Ittl Not Known. ,n, TIree. Prostrated or ;1 t At.oms by a G(reat t 'ylonc. ,, I...1un 1; A storm of wind L whicrh in some sections de inut.' a veritible cyclone. laid r, asouth rnl antd central portions -tat. late yestcrday afternoon and be IIm dlays before the full ex hW hlisaster is known. That as been 'lss of life is beyond ques t ti,c :tone can tell just how ires tot t ou tl n the unnatural Is ol t at tet riblo day. ,,n. Mu.tin. Fairbault. Freeborn ilu Earth coounties seem to have ,e uenter of the storm, although stlrting at the time pretty much over thbestate. But these counties i sp much moore that other sec sre been given I ittle tnought to T'il cyclone began to form near rn of Jack...

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. — 18 June 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JUNE 18. 186. HA RRISON'S PROSPECTS. Where is Harrison to get the votes to insure his election? lie would have a hard and almost hopeless battle before him with a united party at his back, but that he has not. lie is confronted with an armny of sulkers in his own party and a powerful. hopeful, and determined body of unconquered and unconquerable men in the democratic party. He can not depend uenm getting a single electo ral vote from the south, although he owes his nomination to the southern delegates and federal oftlceholders. Tlhey exhausted their power in his behalf at Minneapolis. Turning to the north we tind his party torn into factions. Careful manipula tion and profuse promises may heal many sore heads and bring about a par tial reconciliation between the discord ant elements, but the tight at Minneapo lis was too bitter and the disappoint ment too deep and the hatred engen dered too intense to be forgotten, no matter how hot and exciting the cam...

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. — 18 June 1892

CEMENT DAY. THE DAY OF DAYS IN THE HOOLGIRL'S CALENDAR. es Gown in All Its Olory Ce"PMre with the Ralmeat of d Girl Graduate-When Une it Rolls from Rosy Lips. t, l.. by American Press Associa tion.l , HAT is the most important event of a woman's life? Her marriage, do you say? Non sense! From all over the country a chorus of sweet dissenting voices S will inform you S that your stanld point is wrong; that in com parison with her graduation from college a wont an's marriage is a ecotllidry anfft'ar. To the aver "'I kirl c' ln!:lctl('ement is tll s- 1a\ful occasioll. It is c'tt tiowanrd which her eyes -llte l';<tly turned. Tho bril cli~ints girl regards it as an ; I-,l"i h.ur when her tifts and ,iblI r".., ,or their due ;tlltpr,,ia tI hfl i lioddling girl l1-. t1,, it ;,. a I,,,-ibility. un "'1 r-"" .H. I',l. ;ol. the fri',louts irl l , - a" e ;, s it ihui ' for ,i c."II ahonllt that : at i tfiing " '. I' '1, 'r1 i j!' ,i ., ti. ig , 'it 1 . I ,h ' rt lil' y of d.' i'n i i o . t i;...

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. — 18 June 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JUNE 18.18M. TIME OHICAGO CONVENTIOn. The democratic national convention will meet at Chicago next Tuesday. Rooms for delegations are already en gaged; those for the Montana represen tatives being also selected. The New York delegation will occupy its quarters next Friday or Saturday and be on hand prepared to conduct the campaign for Hill. The great wigwam which was blown down in the storm that struck the city day before yesterday will be repair ed in time for the convention. Those of our republican friends who hope to see the scenes at Minneapolis re enacted at Chicago will be disappointed. Democrats will prolit by the experience of the republicans at the Flour City, and even if they were not thus disposed no occasion will be offered for their repetition upon t'e shcr~s of Lake Mich igan. No country in the world can a furnish in one year two just such incon- I gruous. inharmonious, inelastic bodies I as recently et at at Minneapolis. There t may be 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. — 18 June 1892

ING NEW INOUSIflIES HERE, n ell Attended and Important a leerting of the Houil of Trade. aot la Iwh.atiol for the Mann falctll're of Iron and ai a Wool Shilpping ('enter. The board of trade met in regular a on Wednesday and discussed atters of importance to Great Falls. President Myers presided. Secretary Wright said he had received communication, which he had mislaid, the sons of veterans in Helena, ting that during the national encamp ment of the sons of veterans in Helena Aet August, one day would be set aside for an excursion to Great Falls, provided the citizens of this city would defray the expenses of the trip, etc. No action was The question of the advisability of king steps to induce iron manufacturers establish plants in this city was dis seed at length. The question was asked by several members whether the Sand Coule coal or the coal of other mines in this section was good coking coasl they were assured that it was. lr. (,Gibson said he had been assured by a Pittsburg rma...

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. — 18 June 1892

USED THEIR GUNS FREELY, Police Wounded in a Fight With Strikers in Tonawanda, New York. The Mob Greatly u()tnnmberedl the Officers and the Latter Ian for their Lives. The Labor Deadhlok in tile C'oeur )' Alenes Broken at Last. t M.ob Armed With Guns. 'r.o.wS'eN.O, N. Y., June 11.-About Io o'clock this morning 3'() men marched down the river to A. Weston & Son's lumber yards and began to throw clubs and stones. The entire police force of eight men had been stationed along the locks and yards. They speedily arrived on the scene and drew their guns and tired into the air with the hope of quell ing the ri.t. The union men also had lIohoting ronms and returned the tire with -erious results. li)flcer ,l hn Martin was shot thromgh the knee ji'int and 4 )llicer Frank Kings :,"y through the abdomen. Slheritff En igll of [lokport was then called tupon '"lI assista e and llllt i came upon aii train. iconmpaneihd Iby several deputies. It .\a believdl hest to ;;et the muilitia out I ot Capt....

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. — 18 June 1892

C OF THE STORM, lBig lilml of Sheep lI)rwned In tie' 8sotth Fork of the IDear. lortn Yesteirday. ;re , liroawneli-lknn BIrokes and 1 I.,hst lRallraHul Tracks still I nder Water. WVhile a very large amount of surface ter has been drainedoff since the rain I .ead. many cellars still remain ed in all sections of the city and un some steps are soon taken to drain water serious effects to the health of residents of this city are feared. In hanty'rown" fully thirty houses are cticallv under water and in other sec . the situation is nearly as bad. The "frig concerts" which were at t rather an interesting novelty have become a nuisance and those who compelled to listen to these nightly ides are praying for the disappear of both frogs and water. The latest reports state that nearly all ecuh.,rlts and bridges on the Neihart anch are washed away and trains can t be run through to this city for sov at days. There will be no trains to or from lelena for several days yet owing to the xtensive dam...

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. — 18 June 1892

WHY CHICAGO SMILES THE TREASURES OF THE EARTH POURING INTO HER LAP. She Is Repeattng the Progreus of Vealee. Culture Followlng Wealth-She "Oets There" with Equal Celerity as a Sea port and as an Art Center. Chicago has never called herself the Paris of America or been even remotely suspected of claiming to be a seaport. She has so far contented herself with having the liveliest board of trade and most extraordinary changes in prices of produce in the world, and incidentally with the biggest fire, the quickest re (overy, the most rapid general growth and the most phlteol eni l local politics in all history. But there is no telling what may halp len--in Chicago. The city now has a valid clilt to toa)te direct coullllerce with Europe, oand has made a splendid start toward becomRing an art center. The loctil exIlanttion of the long delay in art culture is noit particularly flatter i:tg. but it rtad~s like the coll truth. Chicago I}ole, say the ;pologists. have heretotfore not lived ihrt...

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. — 25 June 1892

CHAMUERLAIN.I~ 7 ~ '7 I V~ .3 JABRAN STc.r* uRI Bi..iUAN Ea.4 55 A**~P~*M~ 120 Central Avenwes 1[F. NI* (adiEAT FALLS. MONTANA. SATURDAY MORNING, JTUNE 25, 1892. NUMBER 34 LAND IS NOMINATED. Prelident C'Ihosen to Lead the enrsdtie Party to Vietory in NoleImbwr Next. 'nmination1 Made 1 nanimous ni 11 \1'iIil. Prolonged Ap gill n'l, Ihnt--tzrencM of Gireat eitentrut ,old (onfusion in tik l V. ilv H II a tfe" hhau sOmvntions. t,;,en {i t,... June 22. IEvery clato n udoletate, who hall i n, k t, knew full w,"11 na he t hi; lI'.an this ait) rnoon "1 '-eion was over the b h ,. The assumption an he a skirmish or mottle party upfn the fact that the It \vLa h1ilievrd that Barker IstrWlnntl this morning that he Ian- huljcsiess with the conven ter meant an entertainment fir wwit. trtly, too. the anticipation throng was based upon the iin that another democratic presi Clilinee would have he( a placed ory befoe the session wouid have Wilkt- were leing siij upon io lutlide the hall for a12 to 81....

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. — 25 June 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JUNE 21. 112. MR. CARTER SPEAK. Land Commnlsioner Carter made a speech Thursday night in the court house in this city. A few republicans and quite a number of democrats went to hear him. The former went in the discharge of a supposed duty; the latter went out of curiosity. It was a rather tame show. Mr. t arter was not at his best. lie lacked the inspiration of a just cause. lie made a rambling, illogi cal, unconvincing talk, and then rang the curtain down on a disappointed audi ence. He had dived down in the dusty, moully archives of past ages and resur rected nome forgotten lore which he dealt out in heroic doses to his hearers. lie sickened them with the garbage of the past and left them with the smell of cast-off rot in their nostrils. Orce he treated a ripple of laughter among his republican auditors by a lit tie tiguring. lie told them that a demo cratic house had been in session eigbt months during which time it had passed a bill or two providing...

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. — 25 June 1892

HAVE A SILVER P1ANk, af dw. silver Canuna Held by lateo in inhingo Yecter Isy Afternaoo. n t 'olnoradl to lee Credited ittl "kilful" and Telling Work. PWe.jion of the Caucns $tronwgly i Fllr of Uoinman fril I'resident. Thu* tlhEing'u (avenatloo. .i, June 2o--To the anti-Cleve rbelong the first honors of the the contest for the control of the tic national convention. The loinimittee at its meeting this n deciidei by a vote of 28 to 20 pt the name of Henry Watter didat". Owens of Kentucky, as y ehairmian of the convention. I perople ill brook the defeat and v the cilntest on to the tloor of evention inmmediately after the till i i Biled to order. I nless nd inn abandon their present othis ill develop, though not -51 iENTION HALL. *th. tI streinith (if cacti side in trentiun and will show the ut trenoth of the opposition to Cleve ed probably something in ex(ess t etrenlthli as some of the Cleve tate5 voted for Owens. The an ment if tie intention to contest lsa in tie national committee...

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. — 25 June 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. JUNE 31.1552. THE DtADLY PARALLEL. If political crimes as pernicious in their results as burglaries and thefts and hold-ups, were punished under our laws as the latter crimes are punished some political conventions would ad journ from their halls to prison cells. But these political crimes are tone the less hateful and demoralizing because their perpetratore go stout free. Frauds are crimes, and whether committed by conventions or by indiaiduals they bear the same old brand - the mark of dis honesty. In conventions the people be. gin the work of making laws and of ex ecuting them. What they begin there they expect to be carried out by their representatives. But it isn't by a long shot. The following parallel illustrates the truth of thin declaration; Fromt the Ittsrhllefto i From the ti eeh of I Pisiaforto ad horn. - esatir Wolcott l in eonns Letter of A.- the Milonentoollsfouon ceptance in 14.o vention. t In spitotatmente to I hood in my- hand" eve-ry ...

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. — 25 June 1892

TNDO MEANS EXAGGERATED, Fs,.t Concerning the (.reat Ile. +1ourreN4 Of C'astle anti Vicinity. whit the i Mines of the Great ('Hr. honate ('amp are (apable of Proslneing. ,inuther~ Big Strike in the Seven iunndred Foot Level of the ('nmerland. the great damage done to railroads entering Great Falls recently by the t15o(1s has caused an apparent suspen sion of the great interest which the citi zens of this city have always manifested in the town of Castle and the proposed railroad connecting the great carbonate ,.amp with this city. The fact of the matter is. the people of this city have been rather busy seeking to once more cstabhlsh communication with the out side world and have hardly had time to give mouch attention to other matters. Further than this it is well known that a road will absolutely be built connect ing castle with Great Falls at the earli est possible moment, or as soon as the surveyors decide upon the most feasible elole. When E. P. Suydam of Castle was ln this city ...

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. — 25 June 1892

THE GREAT SUDURBIAN Montana Ridden By Snapper Garrison Winner of a Grand Rate. A Magnifieent Finish in which the Great .iuhskey Showed hiit' Skill in RHidig. Major Iontme Almost a Sire Winner I'ntil Nearly the last MoImfent. 4t Sh.ep..ieiad Hav. xitf.iiiesD BAY R.sC: TAs aK. June IS. Suburban day dawned bleak and without sunshine. The sky was filled with rain-laden clouds. but they didn't break and the track. strange to say. was dry and fast. By 2 o'clock fully 25,tJt) people were present. while incoming trains emptied thousands more. By the time the race was called every available space was < ecupied by the pushing. jostling. good natured crowd hurrying front bookmakers booths to obtain ad vantageous positions to witness the greatest rate if the year. The .rses the' lined up before Starter howe for the suburban with jockeys anel betting were: Pl'seiura 'Turali, I to 1. Major Ittiito I Lanler I to 1. Picknicker t Hayward) .ti to 1. Loco latch Hamilton Itt to 1. Russell tLit tieti...

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. — 25 June 1892

NORTHWEST TERRITORY. gMhosp lrondel Tells of his Resent trip tthe atholEk Missions Across the Line and What le Saw. le We the Onhly Representative From the F. s. in a Large Party of ftunndian Archishops and Bishops. Blisbop i1rondel of the diocese of Mon tans, who arrived in this city from the northwest territory a few days ago, heored a Taineux reporter with a de filled and wonderfully interesting ac count of his trip. Owing to the lack of paee it will not be possible to give a lull report of the trip, as related by the bishop, but the following is a synapsis. In the first place, as has been before ,fated in these columns, the occasion for the trip was the grand tableaux of the passion of the Savior' by mission In tans gathered together from all over he northwest territory. Bishop aliondel aE the only representative front the raited States who was present. lie elt treat Falls for Lethbridge, wher' he met Bishop Van Dig lia of Lethbridge. From that place they went ittI miles east to...

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. — 25 June 1892

Continued from first page. that no voice could make Itself hear above the clatter. Bragg sat down to wait for the rain to cease and the band struck up the "baby song" from "Wang. The entire Pennaylvania delegatini jumped upon their chaire and sang "Grover. Grover, four years more toi Grover." "In he goes, out they go. then we wil be in clover." The cheers and shouts that accompanied the catchy music were hearty. The band was compelled by cheers and calls for more to keep the aft constantly going for ten minutes. Then they played "Dixie" and "Hornpipe" and the crowd yelled and cheered and all the while the rain poured down from black clouds so dense that without electric arc lights recognition of persons three feet away would not have been possible in the hall. The lightning was vivid and the rain penetrated the flat roof of the great wigwam, which resembles a Hud son ice house, and trickling threads and streams of water tell upon the delegates and spectators. Umbrellas were hoisted ...

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 July 1892

Mont Historical 8oBdle I WEEKLY TRIBUNE. GIRT T N Y 3. c 1AM3ION AIwII I•O 120 Ce1trel A40ve, X1. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. SA"UBDAY MIOBNING, JULY 23, 1892. .NUMBER 40 TES OF COLD WATER, of lIalians Chosen Permanent C'hairman of the Con vention. itel' "a nesmall Gleta the Per IInilenlt terretary. ship. ely Fight O)ver the Silver qnetion -A Dark Ilorse. tlhe rllrlitlon Conventloln. - .,. Jun:e D9.-The prohibition ion ,.j.t.rted a temporary or tion this morning and took a till ( o'cluck. Thecommittees got k during recess and matters were alodang u fast as possible. The .n cllomittee elected Judge J ames uf P'ennylvania. who presided he deliberations of this committee last three prohibition conventions airmlan anlld Fred P. Weller of New secretary. In order to facilitate es it was decided on motion of pson of tipringtield, O, to refer to ,committee of five the formulation latform to be referred to the full ittee for its action. Judge Black eade chairman ex-officio of the sub nittee and 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. — 2 July 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, BATURDAY. JULY 2. t18. THE IRPUBLIC.AN PARTY. Workingmen will oppose Whitelaw Reid and vote the democratic ticket for other reasons than are found in his long warfare against organized labor. The entire course of the republican party since its rtturn to power has been inimi cal to wage-earners. It has legislated for trusts and monopolies. It has taxed industry and poverty in behalf of wealth. It has legislated for the building up of an arrogant plutocracy and for the con solidation of corporate power. The in cident that a recognized enemy of or ganized labor has been nominated on the republican ticket for the vice presi dency is full of significance to the work. ingmen of the country. But there are other grave reasons which should array all wage-earners, all farmers, all who are oppressed or likely to be oppressed by corporate power and plutocratic privil ege, all who buy tax-enhanced necessar ies with tax-depressed wages, against the republican party. The republ...

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 July 1892

TYPICAL TOWNS. NDERFUL CONVENTION CIT Es OF THE NORTHWEST. Wellman Is Amased by the Stn. _ taterprise of Chicago and .d by the Hospitable Munaln. f aisanreapolls. [special currespuMlence.l oo June 28.--This wonderful the west is today contributing its share to the current his the times. What they are doing big wigwam you will learn by but while the votes are being wihil the shouts ring out after a if 1painful silence, while the nli]ce"s its ear to catch the of the refrain, let us walk the magio city of Chicago and it. o is 'the amazing, the dlm g city uf the western hemisphere. I lived hIre, and then thought I the place pretty well. ee Chicago for a year or two, b like stepping out of a theater end of a: act. While you ire transformation takes place. Five ears ago a venturesote capital el a tall building here. It was -s high. t'euple said he would pt interert back onl hi-i invest The capitalist was 4 little timid that, too, and for fruar all his could not be rented he changed .r:ut ...

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 July 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. .t.reUlh..Y. JL YLT 2. I,'+. I ()4llMtITHII: TI.tMPF I'I.,tN . The siv ,er plank in thi d o',v:ralit" platform may look siwhat clouidy t, e nl(' e('es., but thI .r is ,nothin41 g uncel+'r tain in the tariff plank. It is taa l'hiar and texpllicit its hthe E4 glish language can make it and as souml its a silverdtl I lar. It starts Jlout with ia leununt(iation ,of republit'ln i.prott'ctiou ts "a fraud ion the labor of the grerat i1ajority of the American pepleh for the ben'lit of thet few." Never were truer wor.th written. Republican pr4otection protects capital and capital 4employs unprottetIl labor at its own priec. If cabor organie. for its own protection it til(lsi its only enemy in irotected capital. If republican, protec tion protects ltHor why should labor or ganize for its own protettion. We see laibi organizations atll ovetr tihe country and we hear of strik'.s and lockouts nil over it. There dol,,s protection to labor collle illn" ('Caplital is lprotetted....

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