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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 6 August 1892

g.AlITAL QU.5ITON. ,-tsla Onret Interest in the Can. rlue_t(reat Falls' Chances. citizens of this city have as yet ery little talking in regard to the es offered by this city as a a location for the state capital. Ilence, when compared with the amount of boom talk heard in . Ileer Lodge and Bozeman for t three or four months, would tointsiders to indicate that Great saa not in the race. Well, Great bas not yet commenced fighting evocrable position in the ranks, but tihe citizens of this burg do com work the other capital boomers ve to do something besildes talk if hope to keep in the van of the race. Ilutte has announced herself as a atel for the capital the people of town have scarcely talked about ,tg lse, but they appear to labor the n1isapplrehension that Helena ir only rival. The following article appeared in the Butte Miner of ay gives a fair idea of how the city po Ple regard the chances of eral can lidates: iformtal talk upon Butte for thei, I question sprung up in the rooms...

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 August 1892

THE SITUATION IN ENGLAN The Weak Policy of Lord Sall bury in the Appr.sching (nisis. lie Lacks the tacrklhone to Pnr sue an Aggressive Policy That 311iht Win. The (Conservatives Overhak Favor able O)plsrtunities for Strength eling Their Position. The English Situation. I C'opy -iaht It-i'2 by New York Asciateatd T'rcMi. LovsNHo. July 2i.--When the member of the cabinet separated yesterday i was practically decided that the speech from the throne at the opening of the new parliament would be limited to a blank intimation that parliament hat not met for the transaction of the busi ness of the militant section of the con servative party who want to combat the opposition. The al'outrance feels thor oughly exasperated at the abandonment of what they believe to be the strong po. sition of both for offense and defense. Lord Salisbury is to visit the queen Monday previous to to the final cabinet council for the consideration of the ex act form of the speech from the throne Powerful influenc...

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 August 1892

Tryll' to aeoure Control of a Un t.n Paclfe Brlanch. statetlment that the Great North -ss trying to buy the Union Pacifc's tin thePortland & Puget Sound is met by J. W. Hartman, the Un Pcitlc's local attorney at Tacoma, the statement that it does not want I, lie said in an interview: "What srranigchents are made between the ,~apiodes there will be a trackage ueat between them whereby the p acific will have practical free of tihe tracks. The Great Northern buill the road from Portland, but will be an agreement by which the pacific will come here. The i'acilic has already put $1,700,000 e construction of the road, with the ptin of building the Vancouver Ghi reat Northern has put nothing work, The road can be built for Sovcer ll,000,00t0. That is allowing Sper utile. It will not cost any to build the roadbed and lay the . i The only trouble between the auies is that Jim Hill has not put Shalf of the money for the construc of the line. 'rhe Union Pacitic does rant to put any more mo...

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 August 1892

NORTH DAKOTA REPUBLICAg Burke Renominated for Governi After at (.rand S'quah hie. The C'ounvention Nearly BIreaks up I SI ow. - Malhinlle Foliti's ion Top. Allin Firiendls Make i 1'igorou Kirk IBnt They were Ef4le tually SNquelehed. Norhl ll IiakutN CoInentillnll. I: a ,. N. ).. August 2. - The republi can state convention of North D)akotr was called to order at :1 o'clock this at ternon. I)uring the forenoon the cen tral committee had settled the claims of Walsh county contestants. seating the liurke delegation. This was a greal Burke victory. as Walsh was Allimn' hoIne. The I'embina county contest was settled by selecting half of the ddel cats from each delegation. The con. ulention was 'ailed to order by ('hairman Spaldling of the state central committee :rev. Eugene May of Fargo ottered prayer. after which the names of those entitled to seats were announced. .Al fred Dickey of Stutsman was elected temporary chairman. B1. F. Lounsbherr of Richland and B. W. Shaw of Mortor secreta...

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 August 1892

Mont Historical SooIeti YB. X. CIA S RA IN pp W.3.O AM E A N Is, IsEEKlT 1lTRIBUNE. J WZLER U2 E RAM BRI w..... JJIJME XI. GRlEAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATIURDAY MORNING, AUG [1ST 13, 1892. NUMBER 71 POINTER WINS AGAIN. te Thousand Spectators Witness * splendid Trotting Race at Urand Rapids. Ia Uirel Fight Hal Wins the Race the Little Stallion Difert hy Two and a Half lengths. SEthusia"m n hShown-Said to Be of the Hardest 4Contesteed finees of the etsemn. nI) lhlAPII), Mich., August 11. n thousand shouting spectators saw Hal Pointer snatch another from the gamey stallion Direct. 4:30 p. nm. before tho event for h the crowd collected and for hthey had patiently waited to take The announcement was received applause and necks were craned hands and handkerchiefs were frantically in the air as the little .on Direct took a turn down the ch to limber his legs. The ing was I1I to t; in favor of ter. But the little bay had captured hearts, if not pocketbooks, )nd re ed more applause than his swift...

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 August 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. ?tMI5WED al THE TRIBUNE COMPANY. lt(ItOcsa ATsn.1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subscriptions must be paid In advance. DAILY. WUNILT. One yeariby mail,810.tO Onem..,. by mail,$200 din months. " .01 8li: uonths. 1.251 Onemonth. " 1.0) Threemout s,"' 71 One week, by carrier.23 Single copy. - 3 Aidvertising flites furnished on applicatison. The circulation of the Tribune In Northern Montana Is guaranteed to exceed that of any pa per publiehed in the state, dre hne Suhoeribers desiring their address chan must send thdei former addrese as well as the new adidress: this should hie ramembered. Addesse: Tatstrs CoMPaNY, tireat Falls. Montana For Preasldent. GROVER CLEVELAND. For lisr-Presideut. DLAI E. STEVENSON. eic jun 3. We riltiounce republican protec tin. as as friond: ia rocbecry tif the great majority of the' Amterican Pepeile for the benefit of the few. We declare it to. bea fundamental princi ple of the democratic party that the federal government hac no constitution...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 13 August 1892

K NICE AND COOL. ES THAT ARE CONDUCIVE TO SUMMER TIME SERENITY. Itpnd Airy Vest Fronts to Wear (tter ,es Tmat Have Lost Their Pristine sbre,-Lare Figures Promninently Ibe New lats and iunnets. special Correspondence.I 4 \UltK, Aug. 4.-The glory of er in fashion has departed. Al. tbe summer gowns begin to look the heat had affected them, and is the time that the wise maid and ,a should bring forth the airy tint look so fresh and pretty that distract t he attention from the tI themselves, and the masculine delights to look upon the delicate dainty things and wonder how It is it was given to womankind to look 0 in .uch sweltering weather. T !- I I":' 1.1G 1'1 AS Alit. It. avest fronts and falls of he.' all! pe are pretty in them-;elves and live. !na wou mni ovotr at romberi or faded se. Thv, top onle is of muntl shirred ,t ten at the helt 1-nd pnffcd arounnd the k oaa foundation of lace. A half clot black lace of any kind that is rlve totiftewninches deep makes IIh' ho I lie right anl ...

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 August 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATUlRDAY. AUGUST is.1569. DONT WORRY YOURSELVES. Our republican friends are worrying themselves a great deal over the compo sition of the democratic state convention. The Helena Journal and the Butte Inter Mountain grow quite pathetic in expres sions of sympathy for the poor. deluded democrats who allow themselves to be driven by the chairman of the state democratic committee. They reel off paragraph after paragraph of virtuous indignation over what they are pleased to call the czar-like methods of that gen tleman in "forcing" the democratic party of Montana to accept as its representa tires in the (treat Falls convention the same delegates who were elected to the Bozeman convention. And, above all, they are giving a great deal of space to a recital of the -vigorous kicking" on the part of "respectable" democrats all over the State. It is a little curious that more of this "vigorous kicking" has not made itself manifest to ordinary eyes. So far as heard from not...

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. — 13 August 1892

THE UPPER BELTR rues, in That Seetion Assured of vine ('rope of Hay and Grain. Beautiful and Fertile Valley That i. lieginning to Attract Attention. I r1-e BErT, Aug. 7.-ISpecial to the at gia-The farmers in this the gar n of Cascade county are feeling pretty I (;rain of all kinds is nicely head out and the prospects for a bountiful vest are exceptionally good. It is e to say that the acreage of a year ago more than doubled. The hay crop is the best in years and of huge stacks attest the industry those who are striving to put up a quantity. The weather for the last month, since ying commenced, has been perfect- - excessive beat, never wind enough to rfere with stacking, and but little * At a rough estimate there are bebly a thousand ton, in well-built e scattered over the Michigan col y elone. There has been a great deal of travel rough here since the washout and con uent stoppage of trains, and the gqi remark is, "What a pleasant valley ly. this is the finest part of the stry I hav...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 13 August 1892

THE HOMESTEAD TROUBLE The House Committee Does Not Ar. cept the Report Prepared By Chairman Oates. The Report Will Now lie Postponed I util the Next Session of Congress. 31r. (Mites. However. Tell the People What His onnelusions Are. Oates. Report. WASuINoTON, Aug. u. - Mr. Oates, chairman of the subcommittee of the house which investigated the labor troubles at Homestead and the connec tion of the Pinkerton detectives there with, submitted a report to the commit tee. which was not agreed to. No mem ber questioned its correctness or its state ments of facts or conclusion of law, but the republican members of the commit tee would not assent to what he said upon the taritf and a majority of the democrats on the committee thought it impolitic to make any report until the entire investication was completed,which could not be done before the second ses- ! sion of congress. Therefore a postoone ment of the report was made until next ý winter. Thejreport prepared byMr.Oates E having been r...

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. — 13 August 1892

ON THE EXTENSIDN1 aradiye for Hunters and Fisher. ugen-Big Game and Big Flah. Fet, Notes of a Trip Through the Flathead Country. iiro'!.n orner.-It may be of inter to your readers to learn something ut the ecenery, hunting and fishing the Pacific extension of the Great beln road. I recently spent three the in the country through which extension runs and I will try to give a few facts regarding that section of state. left (reat falls on the afternoon u, reaching Ifavre at 7 o'clock in the ing, in time to catch the freight going west that night. I was unste enough to strike the train out by that prince of conductors, ouipson, who knows every curve, and river from Havre to Spokane. * dark when we left Havre and it an uninteresting ride until we ar at Blackfoot, about seven in the log, where, with good appetites, we turned over to the hospitable care irs. T. J. Hopkins, wife of the assist road master. We stopped here y ell day. There were about sixty the party and to pass time away some...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 13 August 1892

'OUGH ON A PATIENT HOW THE DOCTOR ASSISTED THE DOG IN THE LAST CENTURY. The Canine 1)1d the Biting and Then the Physician Got His Innings-Some In teresting Information About Hydro phobia. lCopyright. 1s1a', by American Press Assocla tion*. HE dog days are on us as the Phil istines were on Samson centuries ago, and In con nection there with the topic of hydrophobia is again to the fore. Of course discus sion has been re newed regarding the Pasteur treat. inent of rabies, and attention is di rected to the noted Frenchmnan's work in Paris and to the measure of sne cess achieved by his pupil, Dr. Gibier, who has charge of the New York branch institute As usual, the claim is made that those who die had hy drophobia and that those "cured" were never affected with that terrible mnal ady. Be that as it iny-and when loctors disagree who shall decidee there is it certain painful interest albit the sui ject at once repellant and fasci nating. Said I to a promiinent physieimi lie other day: 'Yo...

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. — 20 August 1892

r XS CHAM··e)LAIN. W. Z. ' HAMMBRLAIN. 3r L N. u uE '' F L MO A A jM N N AU S 2 .1 2 7 126 cestrel Aueuu. VV dB~S50. A~cn J r3Pm) . 5 C31 Sj* GRE~AT FALLSJ. MON I'AN A. SATI~IIDAY MORNING, AUGIUST 20. 1892. SUMBEB 76i SITUATION AL BUFALIO, striking witehlmen Appear Slasve a I)ecldei Ad vantage. 'IUt )I.'I.e'sl Regards Themt as ,,urlnW ind IRefuses to Arid trat, With Them. ,itnltiln Becoming More ,er - ll.erly Rintling Feared. ,, , ,,, .--The sixth day oi ;itc,:hn' strike in this city closed itlelnesinlL complications. The ,f the t~tri!ke have witnessed the w,,nt a4,l, massing of troops with g, dlttrmination to meet every ad d th"ir rl''ponents with a counter e wg'r,' tomorrow shall have ,ed ,.4 troops in the state service b p1n the tield here, to watch and ,, a;hIut eicthty strikers. The cre if so large a number of soldiers ird upon by the railway otlicials as Cr under which they may put to rnn.union men already engaged to kthe freight blockade. What the ter stroke of the strike lea...

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. — 20 August 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. AUGUIT 1t. NI. POLICE PROTrOTION. The periodical robberies which take place in Great Falls raise the question whether our police force is as efficient as it ought to be. The TRTBUNE does not desire to indulge in any captious critic ism of the police department. It asks the question in the spirit of suggestion and not of fault finding. Great Falls is not so large a city. nor does it contain so large a number of that class of people which makes a large police force neces sary. Perhaps that is where the trouble lies. But certainly the matter is one that will bear inquiry, with the view of discovering, if possible, whether a more efficient disposal of our present force cannot be made. Certain it is that an improvement could be made in the way the city is pa trolled. At present the night force isal together too prone to concentrate itself within the limits of two or three bloeks in the neighborhood of First avenue south and Second street. One vigilant police...

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. — 20 August 1892

USTS VS. LABOR. ).A)R IS CRUSHED THAT ICES MAY BE ADVANCED. sting Effeets of the Cordage Trest - is tile Record of Lookouts sad Sedlnctlouns Made in Order to In. profts to Owners of Idle Mills. following from the speech of Bien Vest of July 26, and printed in The ional Record of July 27, is good oe of the effects of trusts, corn etc., upon labor. In a previous It the senator had printed the list i0 tariff truste" as prepared by Hon. De Witt Warner for the New York d. As written there the main ob. wn to show that tariffs foster trusts that trusts invariably advanoe prices l-east r.':trd their inturnl decline. ,jec't 14 the ne\: llatltr introduced ,or .',..It is to how that trustsby g mills idle throw men out of em e.t and by inct'eating the number ,ptitors for tenc jobof work tend 'er wages: dlage Trust (including linding , cable> r.!1e, twine., tc..)--Turiff: ing twil'..7 cent per pound: other ; t, Colts la'r poliuli.; h,1ltni iithbleo rdlua'. C uCla t pert I pkmd: ot0l l.r and c...

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. — 20 August 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. PUBLIKEWD BT THE TRIBUNE COMPANY. SIlncoroERATKD.1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. .lsail eubesriptions must be paid in advance. DAILY. WEILT. ine yoar.by miil.lS.O.) I O. year. b mal,2. jiz moathe. " ., ix months, 1.25, One month. " I. r tl'three monte s." 7 One week, by carrier.. S ingle copy. 5 Advertising r.to, fnrniehed on application. The ciroulation 'f the 'T'ribune in Northern Montana is guarsnt.dl to exceed that of any pa per pibliehed in the eltate. Sabscribers desiring their address changed nmust e hnd their ormer address as well e the new address thin should be remembered. Address: Tit'acvs COMPsANY, OIret Falls. Montana Far Pres.ldet. GROVER CLEVELAND. For Vice-P'resident, ADLAI E. STEVENSON. A.' ion 3. W\ d.tenoutn. n*' rt' linn protP.e i',n ai a frand;It ritiiory .f tih ngrat Itajority . if rle Atterioiu tIttlt for thi beneftit (f thP ftw. We declare it t, bhe a fundalmental trini. l. if the it. tn,..riti.' uirty ttiit the federal -ove-nm*.t ha. iit ,,, c'"nat...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 20 August 1892

KAILROAD RUMBLINGS. Great Northern Extension-To uildi ton n Franelseeo. neri Passenger and Ticket Agent ne of the Great Northern, in a lax to agents announcing the open of the western extension, says: n ugust 14 we begin daily pas. ,reetice trom St. Paul and Minne to Spokane, Wash. Our line to it ) is not only the shortest, but it tlightest grades and easiest curves thy transcontinental road. The ex is ballasted from one end to the w ith rock gravel. Much new and ble mining, lumbering, farming and raising territory is opened up in tern Moniana, northern Idaho and r11 ashington by this new T['e distance from Havre, the extension leaves the Great Shelena and Butte line. to Spo 1miles. The line runs gh ranching country to the Rock crossing the mountains at an eleva f;,r ij feet, the lowest pass in the e .'he Flathead valley, just west he :ockies. is one of the finest cultural sections of Montana. and rsrein ducements to farmers and kraisers, and lumbermen also. for urroundintg mountain...

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. — 20 August 1892

BY THE QUEEN'S COMMAND, Gladstone Ordered to Form a New Ministry and Will Obey the Command. li.t of Members of the New Cabinet ('ompleted But are I'nknown to the Public. Gladstone Will Visit the Queen .Mon day and Will Then Announce the Cabinet. LoNDos, August 12.-Mr. Gladstone was saved one journey to Osborne House, the queen having arranged to convey her commands to him to form a ministry, by private secretary. Gladstone will, how ever. go to Osborne Monday to fulfill the usual custom of kissing the hand of her majesty. Mr. Gladstone was up early this morning. He took a long drive and upon his return devoted most of the day to receiving his colleagues. Mr. Pon sonby visited Gladstone this afternoon and arranged and presented her majes ty's commands to form a home ministry. The List Completed. LoNslox, Aug. 12. dr. Gladstone will go to Osborne House Monday with a complete list of the new cabinet to sub mit to the queen but in pursuance of constitutional usages he maintained silence...

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. — 20 August 1892

ItE GREAT NORTHERI, ent Hill Working to Establish a Great Transcontinental Line. ,kllying East From the Mound Throtlghl Trains on the Extension. A Chicago special to the Spokane esnan, under date of August 10, L-. C. Dillman of Spokane and dent 11111 of the Great Northern to Chicago from St. Paul yesterday. 1ill went on to New York. It Is erstood that his mission is one of the test importance toSpokane. A deal under way which, when consummated, create a tremendous sensation, not in the northwest, but in railroad l everywhere. It is a matter in h Spokane is vitally interested, for successful consummation will result that city becoming the imperial trade r of the entire northwest. e details of the deal can not be public at present, but enough is n by the Spokesman correspondent justify the statement that if Hill's to New York results as expected all tin with regard to Spokane's com rcial supremacy will be forever set 4 It will make Hill master of the ;rl situation in the west and will...

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. — 20 August 1892

THE GERRYMANDER. MOW A WELL KNOWN POLITICAL TERM WAS COINED. It Is iglhty Years Slies the Word Was First Used, bat the Praetlee it De serlbee Is Still YoTeg and Popular with the Various Parties. Elbridge Gerry (G hard, as in Oarry) was a patriot and a statesman, a signer of the immortal declaration and the in ventor and sponsor of the "gerryman der." He was governor of Massachn setts in 1812, and his party majority was dangerously small in the legislature. so he cut Essex county into two districts in a way the Federalists despised. A wit said it looked like a atlaiantler. "Say rather a (Gerrymander," 'aid another. land the word was born. Webster recognizes it andt drliie, it as p ipularly understoodti. (I ,'vernor +erry rthat sainte year of lI-1 was et-le-teid to the ic'e presidency on the ticketr v ith Jlaes: Madi,,on. anli ill I ditd .su , ,ly :n hi" llarria inl Wia,.hinl.ioto citiy. But :h. n rittymanLr : till li , -. th- agh the ir lle t d 'liiolns of thr -upr. 'eH eIInrt ofI j ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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