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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 27 August 1892

M. HAM33Nl.AIN, VHag .m ha I yl · Itutchs, kI U ' ~ ' 4 I I~ .d' Great alls souvnrsnl pw, WEEKLYGY A. CLaItorej ýjjME XI. (TREAT FALLS, MONTrANA, SA'rL +tDAY MORNING, AUGTUST 27, 1892. NUMBER M= THE BOSTON iLOTHING AND SHOE HOUSE. S. ; --'=141 " ., _ W E BEG TO ANNOUNCE to our patrons out of town, who are here this week attending the races, that our immense Fall and Winter Stock of Clothing, [en's Furnishing Goods, Hats, Underwear, Overshirts, Men's Shoes, etc., etc., is now stock and ready for inspection. We shall be pleased to show our goods and compare prices with any house in uis state. Our assortment is exceptionally large this season and ~C HEAPER THAN EVER . In all our different departments will be the choicest goods attainable and at le ]owest living prices. Yours for trade, ---".-- 'HI BOSTON CLOTHING; ANDI) SHOE HOUSE HIMTO THE STAKE, lid1tr'el e W hVile ite e 1 in ;t;iiill.' tha IteL lite' l ..ll lle e Ile dkIl l un hta lll TI lrritor .l , .i ' l er l Eastern A.toe rl of ...

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. — 27 August 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. PBDLIIIU UT THE TRIBUNE COMPANY. fIronaromATD. i SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Sail subseriptions must be laid In advanoe. DlAILY. " Wshr La. d mo th. .L t monthes 1.6 One month. " lt Tree montIs," 75 One week. byFarrierri Binie Dopy, I Advertling rate furnished pn application. The circulaetion of the Tribne n Northern Montana is euaranteIed to exceed that of any pa per pbllehed in the state. loirdbe e deiring their address changed must send theJ former addrem well the new eddreso this shnold be remembered. Addresa: Tltnutn coMPANY. Gtret l.nls. Montana oPr S'rahlenlt. GROVER CLEVELAND. Ft.or Vire-Presidsent. ADLAI E. STEVENSON. d.ecilon 3. We dle,mnnce repnblicsn prolee in as a frand;t rttolhry of the great majority .lf the Americno people for the benefit of the few. We dpelane it t. o a foundamental trin1i telr.fi the dmerm totir party that the tederai t.(cvrnment hasl not Ir,,nitltttital ptwer to im. ioui i.nl olltet t'tril duties dxept for the por 1iot- f rnevnt e oinl...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 27 August 1892

ARMY OF INVALIDS ,4TNG EFFECTS OF SUN gg ANI HEAT EXPOSURE. qe Nerve Centers Are Aseeted, Sol the Vietims 8uffer Partial plate TnraSormatlon of Mea SP.hysical Condition. it, ., by American Press Aasoela tlon.] ething not generally thought of resd the long lists of prostrations hest in summer is the fact that Sall of those who recover from the te effects of a sunstroke will army ~f patients who frequent bhapitals, dispensaries and phy Soffces, suffering from chronic a-rable troubles, whosecanse may .at to an attack of this kind. trouble:; are not conflined within a limit of disease, hut are widely lted and various, and the reason hard to exlplain. of the vital functions---digestion, tion. the beating of the heart. ,eive their impulse to activity -re their source of control in cer servous centers situated in tih spinal cord and in what are known glia or bundles of nervous snb iin the region of the stomach, lungs and elsewhere. these centers is the great heat ting center, located in th...

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. — 27 August 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SA&TURDAY. AUGUST 21. 1IS. Democratic County Convention. A convention of the ,lelegale fromr the variurs warns In the city of rest Fails. and the sen l precincts of Cascade county wIll be held at the ( art oom, in the city of ULreUt alls. on Wed needat, the tlth dlay af leptelber, Itu- at ten i(0) o lolek a . Saidonventlon wil be held I.r the purpose of nominating candidates for the leiRelatore, judge of the iistrict conrt and for the various county office. nire ward and precinct primaries of the wattle at.d precincts hereinlfter named. wl. l be held at the places dsignated below on nratoray, Sep temluer 1 lM2. fur thpe prprse of electing dele ates antd alterntesa to tile srasle ('ounty Dem ~crntic C'onvention to he held on the atve macmud date. Thl nnmblr, of delegates to which each ward nod preeinot will hr etitled, and the places ,f irlrlrotn the sveratl tiri sirien trt s fomrllows: No. l)ele IPrecinct. I'rimarv. gtateu. t\rnuiottn tact Itslinmt place .......

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 27 August 1892

LIlLNOAD HUU BLINO. of the Etennsleou-President Hill fekiog Up a Transoentinental Lin,. special from Wenatchee, Wash., to poet Intelligencer says: Parties com down from the summit say nearly all grading on the railroad is done ex through some rock cuts. Reports the east are that the track will h the bluffs of the Columbia about l and this place by Nov. 1, and will get further than the Icicle this sea Icicle counts on getting the end of ivision, being at the beginning of the Ty grade, where the helping engines be required. renty.six carloads of steel from the t Northern material yards went out Spokanie Saturday to the scene of ksayiiug. Iour miles per day is the rag number of miles of track being General Manager Mohler of the Great thern railroad said at Spokane ctly: Track is being laid at the rate three and one-half miles per day, and faurab'l, portions of the country it nol al uncommon occurrence to lay r nles per day. The end of the line now lfty-tie miles west of Spokane, the wo...

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. — 27 August 1892

THE STRIIKRS PAID OFF. Switchmen at Bufhlo Each Receive an Envelope Containing the Money Due Them. The Strikers and a Committee of Property Owners Demand the Recall of the Troops. The M.ilitia Will Remain. However, Until All Danger is Over. BrXI'SALO. Aug. 19.-- A committee of twelve taxpayers living in the vicinity of the railroads where the strike is in pro gress called upon Sheriff Beck today pro testing against the great expense of holding militia here when, in their opin ion, there is absolutely no need for them. Michael Martin of 799 Elk street, the spokesman, stated that they came to ask that the national guard be removed, not tomorrow or next day, but today, unless Sheriff Beck could find some way of footing the bill other than by compell- t ing taxpayers to foot it. "We are speak- p ing through our pocket," said Mr. Mar- A tin. "We have been right over the tl ground and protest that there is no need for the militia. One policeman is better s that twenty-five militiamen 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. — 27 August 1892

YEVNTS IN HELENA, State Fair Closes Tomor row-A Fairly Snccesescl Exhibit. - Race+ Prove the Chief At. t.,ction-Stables Coming to Great Falls. helr Events, Political and Other. wisp Transpiring at the Temporary Capital. iBu,1, Mont., Aug. 19.---[Special pondence of the TanureEJ.-The to fair closes tomorrow and with it griefs of losers and the joys of win for no true horseman who stakes last dollar on his favorite will, if he beside the box, long wear the frown diapp.intment or the smiles of the unate. The week has been a favor. e one as far as the weather is con- I ed and the attendance has been . Last year the association ran be d about $3,000; it will do much ter this year and will cut down its bt to an insignificant figure, if it does altogether wipe it out. The Agricultural exhibition was fair, withstanding the early date - for oanosa-on which the meeting was d. that from Custer county especially ttracting marked attention. The ex ibition of cut flowers was never excelled the st...

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. — 27 August 1892

THE NICKEL IS KING. ATLANTIC CITY 18 THE GREAT FIVE CENT RESORT. Uncounted Thousands Go There for Rest. Bathing and Refreshment, and They Find the Nickel Is the Coin Most in Demand-The People's Paradise. [Special Correspondence.] ATLANTIC CITY, Aug. 18.-This is the greatest summer resort in the United States. No other attracts one-half so many visitors. It is a city of pleasure whose magnitude astonishes all behold ers. Atlantic City stretches three miles or more up and down the shore, and ex tends back from the sea about half a mile. Within this area are 700 hotels and cottages licensed to entertain guests. Seven hundred is a large num her of hotels for one town when you come to think of it. Besides there are thousands of cottages owned by people who come here for the summer months and invite their friends to sojourn with them. In tuis way Atlantic City, which ordi narily contains about 20.000 population. swells up to a regular population of about 100.000 during the month of Au ON ...

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. — 3 September 1892

Mont j WEEKLY TRIBUNE. - . REAT CbrlMONANA. al'RDAY MORNINGJeweEPTBERlry Store. .E SI. GREAT FALLS, /MONFANA. sAT'URDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBIIER 3, 1892. NUMBER 88 CiPROCITY CONVENTIOI Fyrom Manitoba and the estern States in Se'sion at Gland Forks. entiin Promlnises to Be at Imnp rant u One to All I aries ti'our'erned. Favolming the Improvement Water-wayS to the At lanlti' Sealmard. ,lFih.. N. D., Sept, 1.--It was o'clock when President Clifford amber of commerce called the on to order and welcomed the in a brief but happy address. It h the greatest of pleasure he said welcomed the delegates. lie aed to notice such large and ntativ' delegations fronm the 'twins at the headwaters of the ppi the young giant cities at the t the lake. and other cities. and I )l;yat zo many were here from to imaginary line, 4,000 miles in that soparated the L'nited States anada. 'Although we come here esentatives of two nations we realize the objects that divide us rare naturally interested In many in tlhe d...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 3 September 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE . BU5BIEKD BT THE TRIBUNE COMPAN', f lScoaro~rsTID.l SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subscriptions must be paid in advanos. DAILY. WUNLT. One oa.,by msll,SlO.00 One year. by mail, P.1 die mouthe, " .(1 Siz months " 1.1 One month. " .00 Threemont s." One week, by carrler.s 5 Single eopy. - Advertising rates furnished on application. The circunlation of the Tribune in Norther Montana is guaranteed to exceed that of any ps per published in the state. Subscribers desiring their address change must send thei- former adldres as well as th new address this should be remembered. Address: Tlartu.a COMPANY. (reat Fall. Montane For Presldent, GROVER CLEVELAND. For Vice-Presldent, ADLAI E. STEVENSON. Jection s. We denounce repnblican pbeltec lin , a fraud:ue rohbery of the Ireat maJorite lf the American ),tple for the benefit of th 'ow. We declare it to be a fundamental rinc IDleof the democratic party that tie federa tovernment has no e,,natitutional power to im. )OEf and rolleet t...

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. — 3 September 1892

WHO KNOWS. -aowa we have not lived before frms that felt delight and palsa is not the open door h whieb we pas to life agalmi frultful seed beneath the anod l·e bud an bloom rise. :bn th eternal lawe of ods iA not quickened till it dies. leaves t hat tremble on the tree fall '.bt h thea strokeofautumn's stormea by rome mighty mystery, frith ipring return in other formsm. currents of the surging sea from ndiseovered sources flow. what we were and yet may be. In this brief life we may not know. Iat some unexpected gleams Of past end unremembered years eak thlruglh the doorway of our dreams And hne' familiar face appears: caull m~lrit. lost awhile. nmid the .lgange from death to birth CI ltlolllln eye and loving smile irecall wanu former scenes of earth. a thu. ullltconioue of the tie. Them)thi ltnk that love creates. hops %e he our own who die, in newer forms and other states. rbaps with every cycle passed in all the i'es yet to be. r lovvl wisll come to us at last, Iu pilard waters f...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 3 September 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, SATUltDAY. AU(GT11T I. uas,. CALAMITY HNOWLINO. Even the esteemed Inter Mountain forgets itself once in awhile in its frantic efforts to uphold the robber tariff. One of the stock epithets which the republican press bestows upon demo crats is that of "calamity howlers." But it has remained for the 1. M. to give one of the most beautiful exhibitions of ca lamity howling it has ever been our good fortune to see. It devotes a whole col umn to a woful picture of the results that would follow free trade. Of course it is hard to see what free trade has to do with the dog fight, but as the article concludes with a wilt appeal to the vot ers of Montana not to vote for Cleveland it must be supposed the I. M. means that these results will follow Cleveland's election. The voters are not going to be taken in by any such nonsense as this. Eight years aCo the republican papers sang the saume old song: but their predictions did not come true by a long shot. The fret, trade buga...

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. — 3 September 1892

nA FAILS IN THE RACE, th,. atsaract City is Also Af ter the Capi tal. HousinIg Mass Meeting Held at the Opera House. Large Attendance Fired With En tlhusiasm-('ommittee Sel.eted. The mass meeting at the opera house it evening to consider the advisability Great lFalls entering the capital race as one of the most enthusiastic and narmonious gathermngs ever held in the otv. lFrom beginning to end it was a ses meeting in deed as well as name. the masses were well represented and Sseemed as though every one in the ast audience came prepared to do somn pod work applauding if not in speak .i The remarks of the dlifferent peakers were frequently punctuated with the heartiest of applause the like Swhich is heard in few public meetings. Though there were a number of politi l meetings and caucuses held last nihtin various parts of town in antici ptian of the approaching county con ventions, the attendance was all that could have been desired. Politics were aid aside for the time and democrat, ...

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. — 3 September 1892

ADLAI E, STEVENSON (Opens the Campaign at Hi Home In Bloomington. Illinois. Strikes the Keynote of the Cam. paign on the Tariff Question. A Bankrupt Treasury the Result of the Tariff Fraud-Tue Force Bill. l~l.ooisu;Tros. Ill.. Aug. 27.-The den:ocrutic national campaign in the state of Illinois was opened today with great enthusiasm. An immense crowd was present to hear Gen. Adlai E. Stevenson. the vice-presidential candi date. Many noted Illinois democrats leaders were present- Springfield. Peo ria. Juliet and other points being pree ent. The town was gaily decorated and such aids to effective campaigning as the Tri Color Democratic club. braying bands. marching and oratory were con tinued from morning until night. Gen. Stevenson. in the presence of a vast concourse of people. delivered the fol !owing speech: Ours is a government of the people. It is wisely provided in our federal consti tution that once in four years political power shall return to the hands of the people. Twenty-s...

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. — 3 September 1892

A FALLS FOR CAPITAIL 11 This 'ity Enter the Race is the Question to be De cided. )lMeetin1 to 1w Held at the Opera Hlouse WVednesdIay Night. The hoard of Trade met last evening special session to consider the ques. whether Great Fails should formal enter the capital race. The object of amceeting was stated by President ere, who in a shoat address gave his ns for believing that Great Fall. aid enter the race. Mr. Myers stated t as one of a committee appointed e weeks ago to consider this ques. he had interviewed prominent men in different sections of the state. ,m these interviews he was convinced at Great Falls would receive support every section. lie had been quiet enceuraged by nearly everyone he had sultated and he believied this eon ragement to be sincere. V)r. Webster believed the question bether Great Falls goes into the tight not, should be settled at once by the hole people of the city. paris Gibson believed the outlook for teat Fallb is encouraging, and that she flled herse...

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. — 3 September 1892

THE BRITISH CABINET POINTS ABOUT THE MEN WHO ARI TO AID GLADSTONE. For Various Ren.uus Americans Are In trerrsted In the Return of the Liberali to Power-The G(rand Old tan's Chiel I.erutenant". At no time since the treaty of Ghent have Atnioricans taken so much interest in British politics as now, and the list of the new cabinet named by Mr. Glad stone is studiedl almost as eagerly as that of a newly inaugurated president. The Behring sea difficulties and the re cent complications with Canada, the questions of tariff and reciprocity mine British politica of commercial impor tance to the ULnited States. but as there are nmore Irishmenl in America than in any other country. and nearly as many as in all the rest of the world, the Irish question far outweighs any other with .itizens of the Union. For this reason the Right Hon. John Morley. chief secretary of Ireland, has a pltce f interest above that Indicated by his rank in the cabinet. He is the old est son of a plain commmoner and bu...

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. — 10 September 1892

TMont Hiidtorical LOOK AT THIS---THE DAILY TRIBUNE $7.00 PER YEAR. 75 CENTS A MONTH. AE E ,I. A AOA A l Y Great Falls Souenalr Spoons ,1s, I R I"F.DLS, ClMnberlallt's Jewelry Store. ,rME XI. (GTEAT FALLS, MON.'ANA. .A'I'tII.DAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1892. NII UM ER 003 IVAN WAS KNOCKED OUT, }, lie Hai FoYugllt ()tle too tfen. 1hi*chi is a '7eleans Truism. I Fini-IheI an Fresh itas a Daisy. Kit ,Sully" IVan Itadly letails fr tie iGreat lladia. inl tattle at New Orleans Ilint Night. Oni,.\sN. Sept. 7.---Fully 9,000 witnessed the great battle tonight Sullivan and Corbett. Hulli. weight was 212, Corbett's 18.0, and erm in fine condition when tihe an. 'lThe betting closed in the o rooms at I to 3 against Corbett. i\lhetting was strictly prohibited ldub loose' (luring the contest muEt Ie' onsidered as final quota In th co.rner of the ring which upiel last night by Skelly and by ,, Monday night stands a light hair which has been placed th eto iir.a's special requst. BIoth the tants are al...

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. — 10 September 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, PrlIsflnD T THE TRIBUNE COMPANY. [IN00oPOIATsD.1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ail subscoriptions must be paid in advance. DAILY. WiSELY. One yar.by mail. 8$7.0 One year, b mail, $1.51 ii month*. 4.t,, miz months. 1.00 Lte .onth, .7 , JTbhree montks., 71 3ne week. by carrier. Single copy. Advertisilg ratee furnished on application. The lrculatlon of the Tribune In •orthern Montana I guaranteed to exceed that of any pa. per publsld in the *ate. Slubscibers desiri their address changed most send thei former address as well as the new addrss' this should be remembered. Address: iLjuIUi CoMI.PANY. reat Falls. Montana For President. GROVER CLEVELAND. For Vice-President, ADLAI E. STEVENSON. 4,i:i,,n a. We denounre republican protee* in s isa fralud:a robbery of the reat majority f the American people for the benefit of the few. We declare t to be a fundamental prnel. le of the democratic party that the federal 1z,verumen t has no ronstitutional power to im pl.c, .lnd collect tar...

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. — 10 September 1892

OLEN SECURITIES. -w THEY ARE DISPOSED OF II LONDON WITH IMPUNITY. l.gliatlion of "Rogue" eondsa a s.alar and "Legitimate" Buslaess SImreadneedle IStreet-Dealer. Have a.s In Amerlc and e. the Coatinent. [.peclal Correspondence.] .apon., Aug. 25.-London enjoys the vjiable reputation of being the great, d indeed I may add the only, market he world for the disposal of stolen ad, share certificates and scrip of y description. Incredible though it Sappear, the transactions in this par rar clam of plunder are carried on l the utmost publicity and without Sdanger of interference on the part ts English authorities. This strange panity is due to the peculiar and inately unique regulations of the .ton stock exchange and to the Eng h law on the subject of stolen scrip, -.h permits a thief to give a good and pl title to bonds which he has ou -ed by crime, and to the ownership wbich he has therefore no legal title self. According to this statute, the a bonds can be recovered by the po only if the...

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. — 10 September 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. BEPTKMRIBIt. 10. IMl. HARRIMONA' PEARM. There was nothing more signilicient in the letter of acceptance promulgated by President Harrison on Monday than his comments on the dangers which might attend a change of administration. It may be said in fairness that Presi dent Harrison feels a certain patriotic anxiety with respect to the welfare of the country, but it would seem to be a waste of solicitude on his part for him to suppose that the nation must go to "kingdom come" the moment his power is taken fromn him. The country lived very well while Mr. Harrison was an obscure citizen, and it might possibly be able to exist after his retirement. There are several considerations, how ever. which undoubtedly make it seem to him very dangerous to change the administration. Such a change will cur tail his reveorun- to the extent of 8P1. IKYt a year. und will take from him the pride and pomp of power which he loves so well. andt will sadly break into Lie religio...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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