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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 2 July 1892

PAVE CENTRAL AVENUE, lii In iigneul by Mlore Thali a Iiorvity of the I'Prolrty I "Inete. tsl, Needed I1mp1'r eltellllt That huId he PiltBilllid to 'an. pletion. w te ,NationaIl Ilenttimratle ('on etlllialll Apilare.l to. a Mlountanian. euitral avenue is to be paved and the rk will undoubtedly be commenced as ls the inecessary details can be at ,llt, land the contract let. The er.s munnittee which has been quiet .gjitating the matter of paving the .t ftar solei time past went around terduy and in a few hours succeeded neurinl the signatures of the owners )linear feet on both sidtes of the ue Ibetween the Park I)rive and ht strect, to a petition to the city icil asking that the street mentioned ,lenI within these boundaries. The al numbell r of linear feet of property ,tilne an both sides of Central avenue we.ll I'Irlk IDrive and Sixtlh street is i anul I.liti of this is owned Iby rties rsiding outside of the city. Con. uentl. a gisnl portioin of thle expense SII,, an' biy non-residen...

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 July 1892

FIVE CARS WERE TELESCOPED Most I)isastrons Wrek on the Penn. sylvania Railhoad at Harrisulmr.r. Eight Passungers, Killed andl ilany ulther~ Fatally Injured. Tihe Maiquis de 3More Arrested for (Camling the D)eatl of ('apt. 3layer. A Fatal Collislou. HAIIat.Ia..'(. June 25.--The western express which left Philadelphia at 9:20 last evening collided with a switch engine in the city limits shortly after 1 ticlock this morning. Eight passengers are reported killed and twenty-tive or thirty injurned. LATER--The most disastrous wreck that has occurred in Harrisburg took place this morning at 12:30 at Dock street. The second section of the west ern express ran into the first section, completely telescopiag two cars. Among the killed are Richard Adams a1:d wife. a furniture man of this city: an unknown man from Altoona; a man from New York. A lady on the train who was uninjured missed her infant -.hild and it has as yet not been found. Eight dead bodies have been taken to the morgue at the Pe...

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 July 1892

EHTHUSIASTIC MEEIINIG, ,I slwnkinX at the Nieeting El te IhNflo1tratiE, (Club Lest Night. flub Hod Aloso Fitted tUp (ltrenhing 1ti1flhllP to WhIiicuh All Ate Invited. nbicEEIE" Make a Straimnmd I:EErt to Work U1' Kntunsiaan with Iittle $tneoo. The meeting of the democratic club in ion hall Haturday was well attended t very enthusiastic. The meeting callesd to order by President M. M. Iter. The minutes of the previous 1eting were read by Secretary Cochran i approved. on motion of W. T. Pigott the presi ,t appointed a committee of three on eelection and distribution of cam " literature. me motion, the president appointed a ~dttee of three to select speakers assign them subjects to discuss at ,next meeting of the club. . committee consisting of Messrs. gott and Merrill was appointed amid eat cheering to procure portraits of president Cleveland and A. E. Ste eoon, the nominee for vice president, id place them in the rooms of the club. The meeting was then informed that would have the pl...

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 July 1892

CENTURY OF CANALS A GROWTH FROM FIVE TO 4,00( MILES IN THE UNITED STATES. The Wonderful Advantages Obtained b, Means of These Artlfelal Waterways Clinton's "Dltehb"-Canadian Develop ment-Outlook for a second Century. NE hundred years ago this summer two ca. nals were built is Massachusette. Their aggregate length was but five miles, and they were con structed for the purpose of avoiding the rapids at South Hadley and the Montague falls on the Connecticut river. They are no longer in use, but they will always be remem bered as the beginning of the now mag nificent system of artificial waterways for which the Unite.! States have be comell famous. About the time that t!hese shrt canals wcere completed the a:t:ltin began whiichl was to end a qal:ilrtr of a century later with the inaugto: attot: of a plan for connlectinl the oie;ln with the great lakes by means of what s.otffers of that 'lay called "De Witt Clintonl' ditch." re'tuin inl 1+17 alnd Ioened in 1823, the Erie canal hats ever ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 9 July 1892

r Mont historicll Rohle ` - 17.,'A 7'N W. K. OHAMBERLAIN, ___0 WEE._KLY TRIBUNE.I5 .. 1I.0 T REA U N 120 Central Avnu:r 11: XI. (;REA'T FALL. MONTANA. SATIURDAY MORNINT(, J.IILY 9, 1892. N'UMIBER 44 go, Ieo and Strikers Engage In a Terrible Battle at Homestead. SKILLED AND WOUNDED tectives Sent from Pittsborg in Barges but Fail to lake a Landing. EMPTS TO BURN THEM Llie Rats In a Trap the Pinlaker tons Refused Mercy but Finally Allowed to Surrender. I.Mlori i i trlR.5 rM. J. . July G. Pittsburg had er experience with labor riots and ile. as during thie rearful scenes aere witnessed during the rail riots of 1c77, blood has been shed. eopardized and valuable property di. ,laingler. This time the're was estru.ion, or property but thei mnob honchlaly well organiized. well dis ei.hld hinId ellicieut otticers at its toi ulmhl.t operations. The 'force wei all the meu.n emiployed in the Snle plants of the Carnegie Iron tled colmpauly at Iomnncisteadl. somle I ies east of PittPburg and a bat...

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. — 9 July 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE PMLITSaD 31 THE TRIBUNE COMPANY [tWooroMaATDo.l SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subseriptouns most be paid In advance. DAILY. I WEILY. One em,.b matl,$10.0, One rear,by mabl. .h. Si monthsl." 11...j Ix monuth. 12 One month. t.0t) Three mont1 a.. 71 One week, by earrier. Sinle copy, - Atdvertifll rates furnished on application. The irmlation of the Tribne In Northen Montana is uaranteed to enead that of any pa per p bllhsd in the state. S-ubsribers desiring their address chsans must send thael former addres as well as the new address this should be remembered. Address: ial.ulss COMPANY. IUeat Falls Montana For President, GROVER CLEVELAND. For Vice-Pre*ideat, ADLAI E. STEVENSON. kec'lon 3. We denounce republIcan protec' tion as a freud;a robbery of the Treat majorit) of the Amerlcan ple for the beneit of the few. We declare it t, be a fondamental prinel. ile of the democratic party that the federal government has no r c atitutional power to inrm tosr and colleht tariff dut...

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. — 9 July 1892

BUT TOLERABLE. TON'S CLAIMS AS A SUM MER RESORT. pitsl City Has Attractions of a it Character-Keeping Cool Is a r CaStor t·ameron's Retrlgera .slilug Room. penlsda correspondence.] 0I,..rom June 80.-The capital f bal as a summer resort. Such Wd freedom as reigns here is not found anywhere short of a first a,.you-please summer resort. It ectly Arcadian in its ingenuous preat tmen hobnob down the river most democratic simplicity with lights. and women of official life Salmost anything and not attract ,oe attention than is agreeable. lv that is all that makes life adurable. The heat tickles the y. I. sails up and files like a The pavements scorch and the iselts, lont when night comes the rakes and the fun begins. Women r,,t nIe pie;:sant times that the f lierbers. of congress who are to s!ay through the long session ,as auiage to survive in comi 1 enjoy the process. Keeping a scienWe here. As soon as the ,oenies rampanit every curtain is daway. the blinds are dirawn and a t a o1 .0-1 ,...

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. — 9 July 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. ISATUHDAY. JULY 9. 1812. A A l()I.D Il'(l CHAMPIIOIN. The Pioneer Press is the leading re publican organ in the northwest. Its opinions upon political matters are re garded by thelesser lightsot the party in Montana as authority and are quoted by them with' the deference and respect due their accredited high source. The Pioneer Press is a pronounced gold bug paper. It hates silver as it hates demo crats and loses no opportunity to give the metal a black eye. O)ne, however, may search its columns in vain for an ar gument against si ver which has not been the stock in trade of gold bugs dur ing the past twenty years and which has not been refuted, time and again, by the record to the satisfaction of every fair minded man. The latest effort against the white metal appears in an article under the head line. "the Last Triumph of L'ree Silvtr.' .\fter stating the provisions of the hill the Pioneer Press opens its dia tribe with the ldeclaration that: Th'le effect of 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. — 9 July 1892

RIAELY CELEBRATED, the l'itilens of great hall- 01: ,.erlved the Nation's Birthday. ade ill tile Morning and Racing in tihe Aftesnoon the Prina rilpal Event,. ipe Weather Was Fine aindl Every. ,,ne Had an Enjoyalle Holiday. The gloritous Fourth of July was duly elebrated in (treat Falls. In fact, the elebratton really lasted two days as part 1 the original Fourth of July program ,e carried out yesterday. Owing tc be mulddy condition of the streets Hat tnay night it was about decided to give ip the parade entirely, but the sun came at bright and warm Sunday morning pd the ctnainittee began to have ho.pe bt they would be able to parade after . harrow and a road-roller were e:uretl and the work of atnootlling the treets was commenced, but owing tt be fact that the roller and harrow conul ehad ftin only a few hours it was founti ,pcnsilh. to put many of the streets it enditiou for the paradtlers to march over :weeluently the original line of marcl raschanged materially from that firsa u...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 9 July 1892

PASSED BY THE SENATE, The Friends of Silver Gain a Great Victory Under Morgan's Leadership. The Stewart Bill Passes tlle Sen ate by a Vote of 29 to 25. A Vote on the Measure Will Now He Forced in the House of Representativen. II.VER Ti) THE FIRONT. The sellate Pasnses Mtewrt'n Free ('lilAge 11111 by 2'1 to 3.. \ ..a.i:sir.sx. July 1.-The friends of the free coinage of silver won a great victory in the senate today. When the bill came before that body at 2 o'clock it was weighted down with the refusal made the day before by McPher son to be bound by the agreement to hate a vote taken today. and it looked as if the end was still in the dim distance. But the senator from New Jersey (possi bly havinc slept on the matter) an nounced t:at he was prepared to with draw his lt.jection. and that he would interpose no obstacle or delay to the ac tion of the senate. Even after that it looked for an hour or more as if there was to be a postponement of the subject for at least another week. but t...

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. — 9 July 1892

SORATIC PLATFORM Ss$ltroIng )locument, Alive with pine Demoeratic DM. trine. SMcKinley Bill- -The Force Hill and hllam Reciprmoity D)enouncedl. The platform of the democratic party opted at the national convention in Icroo is as follows: gection i. The repreaentativae of the ocratic party of the United State. ,onvention assembled do reaffirm ir allegiance to the principles of the s formulated y Jefferson and litled by the long and illustrious Shis successors in democratic lead ipfm Madion to Cleveland; we ere the public welfare demands that s principles be applied to the con t of the fderal government through acicesion to power of the party that roestes them and we solemnly declare it the need of a return to these funda etal principles of a free popular gov. nment, based on the home rule and in iual liberty, was never more urgent p now when the tendency to central all power at the federal capital has nme a menace to the reserved rights ihe states that strikes at every root of govern...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 9 July 1892

KIN; OF THIS WORLID. HOW MAN HAS DEMONSTRATED.HIS ABILITY TO CONTROL NATURE. If II Is T.,o ('.uhl He I'lan .anlTfactre Het.t. m.l d inl Warau I'.ather He ('an Supply .All Ihe Ihe %l l lded-- The Power of Itrlhue. ('E anld coal are the two great ctUlll__ ities of ;I l, erNle l civiliza tinll regarding which it may be i said there is aI mIlli d itltilithj "I tioll of planic' fromll yeara end to years i end. Nl Irll hlasW hlock ilnt. a strike or a d liagreenti b"nl I s.ettledl ill the anthlracite re g11to: ithalu there follow fait iiii tile ti o,." ,z the comproullll 1 a'1111lllll' of it 1,14.9r to . lllltvc e price,. l0".' I j'll g il IvItir h t itl Piiittl'l l l'l' 'will. 1K"I'e who ..wit h. bat ntier- or who 1 y r.--tle with f llurnce-. wili their jan- k it' 1i. 111 1j 1r the i'.lei lethur'y i f I .i xi l iale" .-nhilr, t1he theore. tial inlt:-t t ro ,t , ol.i.v; i rf the enanonl." l alln pruo'. "*h" b +tatiri-" that Valline lthrle wtlll walo.h r. vli I iuihlt tault n, l " 0 la.;-t ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 16 July 1892

SWEEKLY TRIBU3NE.I " f u WA. 3. HAMER LAIN. I ~N e I 'eAm m , 120 Costarl Av.w: ýIE XI, GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY MORNING, JULY '16, 1892. NUMBER 49 enth Semi - Annual Clearing Sale ! _ THE BOSTON. I Call and look us over. Prices will as nish you. We want to make a "clean up" is month to make room for an immense 1 stocK. Boston, Clothing and Shoe House, - Great Falls _iTAD INVESTIGATION, grp..eisional ('olnunittee 'omnl te. its Work and Returluli. to Washington, triker- Preparing to Iereive ~Ie NIo-i'nion Menll a SloIn a, They Arrive. sier' 3ilil in Pittehsburg Shut Nl1 1i, Throwing 3000 Men The eliientr.d luverlslta ou. rTitlv,. July 14.-The congres I committee completed its investi Sof the labor troubles at Hlome this afternoon and returned to tngton this evening. The conm resumled the investigation at 10 l this morning. Before recalling see Chairman Oats stated the re pnted in some of the papers the investigating committee were upoa the question which they lreetigating and t...

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. — 16 July 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, THE TRIBUNE COMPANY. flrooaroaTsao.l SUBSCRIPTION RATES. p Mail suheoriptious must be paid in advane. N DAILI. I WIELa. Oe nea'.by mail.$lO.p One er. by mall, .0.a O11 mousths " ,,X, " 1I i months. '° 1.21 Onemonth. " .Ae j hre mtmontt ." 7 One week. by carrier.4. Single copy. - P Adwertisinp rate; fu'rnished on anplication. The irulion of the Tribune In Northern Im Montana isp guaranteeah d to exceed that of an" d par publishel i the state. tatfant aberibere desiring their address changed tl must send thel former address a swell is the new address this should be remembered. bl Address: *anatus COMPAINr. tirat Falls. Montana For President, to GROVER CLEVELAND. w For Vlice-Presideut, dl ADLAI E. STEVENSON. to .rcon I. We denounce repoublican itote- yE ti ne usfrad;a robbery of the great majorit t of the Ameriean people for the benefit of the few. We dteclare it to ie a foundamental prinei- t ple of the democratic party that the federal government has no constituti...

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. — 16 July 1892

@1 LIP OF TWO MEN PROMINENT t ogE CHICAGO CONVENTION. a,,ol Tammuar and the it* . ,,po -a o o-arlke kraame C.- I e iome e Long Island-tO. - asre at some. world has heard of the elo- o t of Bourke Cockran at the b tic convention at Chicago, and I IttSude of General Palmer, a had so much to do in .eiurilg b pd'suoino a ion. These two, the t C i - BOURtKE COCKRAN. rteran and the young orator and ( in, carried off the honors in that r party conclave. Bourke Cockran known as a New York lawyer. eneral Pahler has probably had Svarited career than any other liv ierit; il. rkl (tckran passed years of his ad in FIrance cud can spvlk French Ill an English. He was educated priest. awl nilot one college gradu fifty is so well versed in the s five years after leavilng college His colntir seat at sand's Point nag lIlali is the ideal home of i and rl ftilnetiL'it, and so far as sl habits go he is as fitted for ia bition candidate as any (General or it. John. He was xbrn Feb. d4, in county Sligo. Ir...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 16 July 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, 5SLIu5D 3B THE TRIBUNE COMPANY. lsoonaroaATaD.l SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Hail subsoriptions must be paid in ldvance. DAILY. IALY. One yea' by Mail.00 On. ye. by mall, .00 iX months, 5 Six months I. One month. " .00 Three smnts." 75 One week, by carrier.. Single copy, - i Advertising rates furunished on applioation. The oircultlion of the Tribune in Northern Montana is sguarantea tou exceed that of enyt p per published In the state. Subscribers desiring their addr.. changed must mend the former ddress a well As the new addt.ss" this should be remembered. Address: lTRazaU t;orAmt., iroat Fall. Montane For President, GROVER CLEVELAND. For Vice-Prreldent. ADLAI E. STEVENSON. Sec ion I. We dlecrtnni republlean proter'e lion as fraud;a rolrle'ry of the greet maeorlt) of the American t,lle fr the benefit of the few. We declare it to i c fundamental arini. pIe of the democratic party that the federal government has no constitutional power to im pose and collect tariff dutie e...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 16 July 1892

6OonD RACIoNG XPZgC D. n ra .sa Ierts. Eatered for the Oreat walbs c Ii-nRMaSny ivoenrs Will Be Here. The entries so far received by Secre H µright of the North Montana Fair th mciation indicate that some most ex- N Ilent races will be witnessed during a: e ontana circuit meeting, which is to a held here from Aug. 22 to 20. Marcus Daly's entries in Great Falls a. ,lude Brown Silk and Visolia in the I claes, Deputy in the 2:23 class, Lady ilte in the 2.20 class, with Prodigal d Lord Byron in the free-for-all trot rce A.C. Beckwith of Evanston, di enters Thornless, record 2:15X, T he free for-all trotting race against hi edigal and Lord Byron. The other entries as they stand at el sent are as follows in the various C .tting Trotting stakes for 2-year bred and raised in Montana; $50 noe, e 00 added; 2 in 3. Closed tl rch I with 21 nominations. Eight d( nd payments were made June 1, as tc lows: H. f Higgin's Lion, Marcus a y'y Deputy, Baritone, and Nightln- c' l, H. F. Collett's Suffolk...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 16 July 1892

A TERRIBLE VISITATION, A Disastrous Conflagration in the City of Mt. Johns, New Foundland. The City Nearly Wiped Ont by I the Flamei--Los Will Reach I Millions. A Gale of Wind Renders All Efforts to Subdue the Conflagration ( of No Avail. r A Dianstroun Conatgration. l HILt :.iX, N. S. July 0.--Forty-six V years ago tire broke out in St. Joins. the capital of New Foundland. that de- n etroyed a great part of the city. Dam- e age was done amounting to 81.000.000t and several lives were lost in the flames. Yesterday another tire broke out in St. .Johns that threatens to far exceed in fi the extent of money damage and loss of T life of that disastrous conflagration of t llt;. About 4 o'clock in the afternoon a house on Long street was discovered to be on fire. Firemen responded prompt- M ly to the alarm, but when they arrived a southwest wind that was prevailing had '-aused the fire to spread to an adjoining D building which was then burning furi- m ously. Desperate efforts were made t...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 16 July 1892

DE WITH THE JUDITH, * lasmense Volume of Trade That I Heloneg to Great Falls Going Elsewhere. Mrt Falls Merchants Asleep-Time a t, Wake I'p nnd Do q something. 'here has been more or less talk re tly regarding the relations of the h lith basin to Great Falls. It is recog- t ed on all hands that the Judith basin t ntry is naturally and geographically * ,tary to the Cataract City and that a trade of that section should be con- . led by Great Falls. It is none the c true, however, that so far as the lith country is concerned, Great Falls I st in it. That the trade should come a sand that it would be of the utmost o rtance and advantage to Great Falls rhants is not questioned. But why c sit go to Billings, Big Timber or o ingston instead of coming here? C representative of the TIuIune. had monversation yesterday with G. W. kson who has recently made a trip c ough the Judith country in the inter of his music house. Mr. Jackson is a y enthusiastic over the country. He s it is a second edi...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 16 July 1892

AMERICANS IN SPAIN. MEN WHO HAVE REPRESENTED OUR GOVERNMENT AT MADRID. A. Interesting sketch ot eecretary New berry, Who Has Charge of the Lega tUam-American Travelers Begin to Ap prelate the Attractions of Old Castlle. lSpecial Correspondence.l MADRID, June 28.-The eyes of all Spain are now turned toward America. more so than in any time since the ven turesome Columbus convinced the doubt ing Isabella that half the earth was un -a -. MRS. NEWI:JHRY. dliscovered aid brought back such won lerful tales of fabuloun western wealth. .Nothing in the New World has so inter ested the people of this romantic and decaying kingdom since the loss of its western colonies as the great fair whieh is to commemorate the work of Its great est hero. who won more territory with a map and all ol canravel than did he: numberless thousands of blood shedding invaders. Then, in addition to thi-. the tide of American travel in Europe is turning from the threadbare route t tas hionaule re.sorts to places wher...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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