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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 10 September 1892

FOR GOVERNOR, 3I1jI.Iit3 Was the Fatatl auId 1In liuky Nuamlbe pntkifl tle Platform, Maker. for Lient. UioverUor by Atlca. matiin. Nsrtniam mail RIotn itt, Almi ITnnpl 1oaed, InJomy a Walk O)ver. When tbe republican convention as abled in the opera house at high noon esday, the interior of the building presented a very attractive appearance, it there were general exclamations on he part of the delegates, the newspaper mea and others on the beauty of the wilding and the excellent taste die layed in the decoratiuns. Soon after the delegates were seated several bright lttle girls made their way noiselessly through the crowd distributing button hole bouquets of fresh flowers among the delegates, and so bount ous was their supply that the newspaper men al socame in for favors. ,the band of the Park theatre tiled in and took its place at the rear of the stae, and the members of the Boston & Montana band with their instruments in hnod took places in the dress circle. The audience was d...

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. — 10 September 1892

M'AULIFFE WHIPS MYERS, First Bount of tile Series Fought to a Finish at New Orleans. The M3ayor, Nheriff and Eight Thousand People See the Sport. Daniel Doeugherty. the Great Or actor. DIead at Phila delphin. Ne.w OR1A:.xS, Sept. 5.-There is a feeling shared by many here that if Cor bett meets Sullivan's punches through twelve or fifteen rounds, or even if he escares the champion for that length of time, the difference in their ages and the presumed difference in the condition which results will operate in Corbett's favor, On the other hand, Sullivan's followers largely feel that even if there is a relative dillerence against Sullivan in age and training it will be his purpose to simply demolish the tall western man before the points of age or training have time to combine in his behalf. A deter mination has not been reached by the Sullivan people as to whether Phil Casey will be behind Sullivan in the ring dur ing his battle. No betting is permitted in the club house. At 8 p. n. Di...

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. — 10 September 1892

EWAE FARIHERS CELEiBRATE , OrganiationK of the City )lake N Moaft Creditable Showing. ,I'. '1niin Represented in the parade--Hundreds of Men in Line. Pienit Up the River Largely .ttlnnded by Citizens of This Vicinity. e wage.earners of Montana were ci Swith a fine day for their first d tion in its legal aspect of the day tl rt and designated as Labor day. ti morning dawned clear and bright al Itan early hour the men who were "' ticipate in the parade were to be 01 on the streets making the final ar d aents. b ptly at the hour designated the at labor organizations assembled a e starting point and under the di- ti of Marshal J. C. Mitchell and proceeded over the following line of bh: ti the corner of Fourth street and d avenue south east to Seventh ti north to Central avenue, west to fountain. east on Central to Second d tand south to First avenue, east v hild street, south to Second avenue, to Fourth street. north to Central f east for review and disband on See- e street north. ecolu...

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. — 10 September 1892

CHOLERA APPEARS IN MEXICO. A British Steamer Appears at Vera ('run With the Dikease on Board. The Situation at Quarantine is now ileltilerl ai Beinlg tVery grave. A NumlI oerf t Fre Cases and Sev eraIl Ieathll-A new Station to Ibe Estahlished. The Disease in Mexico. .N vw VOR, Sept. 8.-It is reported at the Maritime Exchange that cholara has appeared in Mexico. A cablegram from Vera Cruz was received stating that four ortfcers and two sailors of the British steamship "*May," were at that port i sick aboard the vessel. The steamer had put in to \'era Cruz in distress. Captain Smith. her commander, being seriously handicapped in his work by I the ilIr.ess of his officers. Au Atrlarltng state of .t'ulr. h Qu oi:.\AXT1S:. Sept 8.-The cholera situation at Quarantine is no doubt very crave. Not only are now cases breaking out among the steerage of the ill fated i Normanria and Ilugia. the former of whom are on Hoffman island, but it has t now settled well among the crew who are ft in boar...

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. — 17 September 1892

LOOK AT THIS---THE DAILY TRIBUNE, BY MAIL, $7.00 PER YEAR. 75 CENTS A MONTH. Mont .itorical sool.I CHAMBLAINav you WEEKLY TRIBUNE. ::ie -E . "E AALL O, GrGt alls SouvM R Spoons ,.. c_.' T'" I Clnberlaalu' Jewelry Store. U. [E XI. (.IEAT FALLS. MONTANA. STA'TURDAY MORTNING, SEP'TEMIIER 17, 1892. NUMBER 9!* E SCARE INCREASES. eri Is the Only 'tIeme. c is Approaching Because of Its Presence. sh Girl's lysterious Case lakes Everybody Afraid. A You:, Sept. 1.i.-After the con ethis afternoon with President of the health department, and ert Porter of charioties and cor o- the outbreak of cholera in this laror Grant issued a proclamation that choleaa was in the city and iog what ;s being done to tight it. tary Superintendent Edson had a rence with Police Superintendent es. and over 2~!0,000 cholera cir are being distributed throughout city. Superintendent Byrnes in teI all police captains as to duties. The cholera circulars printed in English, German, rew. Italian and Bohemian. The th comun...

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. — 17 September 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. P5UBLlaRmD 1 THE TRIBUNE COMPANY. I sooaro.aTan.l J. A. MacKnlaht. . Editor and Manaauer SUBSCRIPTION RATES. dail ahsoriptlions must be paid in advance. DAiLY. W5SKLI. ins yea..by mail. $7.00 O.ne yerb madl 1 50I diz moeths, 1 . r ix months 1.00 ('ns month .7" ' Three montt 5" 75 )OuH week, by carrier.5.S inale copy, - Sdvertising rates tarnIshed on applicatotn. The cireulation of the Tribune In Northem Mlontana is gnnrantoed to exceed that of any pa. er publishedl in the stats. "8a'bseriber desirinl their eldrmnechanged mnot i.od theid former a.ldres as well as the new address' this shoumld Im rmenemhered. Address: Tatnsess (i.MAKY, ,ireat Falls. Montan. For Presldent. GROVER CLEVELAND. For Vle,-Pr.eldeont, ADLAI E. STEVENSON. BATUIIDAY. B.E'IEMlElt. l. 17.892. I.tlCATION O)' TilE CAPITAL. Now that the nominations are closed for the location of the permanent capi tal. and no other plaC. except the eight towne namred elsewhere can 10e voted for, it will be intere...

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. — 17 September 1892

FROST AND CHOLERA. D. SAYRE SAYS THEY MAY EXIST TOGETHER. erfefor* te Believes That mmlanira. tiee Should Its Suslended Indelnitely. Vntfor J quarantine Regulations in All jorit Idemanded. I,'.e(ral ('orrespondence.) tNw Yonx. Sept. t!.-"The Asiatic cholera is as likely to come to our shlres d spread in winter as in summer." esaid , Lewis A. Sayre to me today. I had called his attention to an official spetch from Washington saying that muigration from the infected Iorts of uarole, and especially from Hamburg. men, Antwerp and Havre, wotld he .ctically nuspended inttil t rut. 'The erence is obviously that tile chief of he marine hospital service, who i9 the ,vicer of the secretary of the tri,;t:"ry this matter. is proceeding tl1ami the ea that frost will kill the cholera ruls iandtop the diseanc, it it dct, in he casu of y:llow fever. N'othing could be more errolneolus." -d Dr. tS.e re. "Tho cholera has mwcr ,adl wore' r;rviges on earth thlln in usiain Illn:'winter. whenl h tetnilwr:...

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. — 17 September 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER. 17. I$ 2. For Preeldent. GROVER CLEVELAND. For ice-.PrlesidIet. ADLAI E. STEVENSON. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For ('onre ... . .. . . .........W. W. DIXON For (Governor.... .. .........T. E. (OLLIN8 For Lteutenantl overnor .IENIIY It. MELTON For Chief Juntlce ... .. W. Y. IPEMBERTON For Attorney (enoeral.. ............. C. DAY For Secretary of State .......H. W. . FOLK For Trmasrer... .. . .. JE. E HASTON For Auditor................. WM. C. WHAIJEY For HNperlotendent ,of Pallic Instruction J. C. MAIHONEY For I 'lark of Supreme (',urt . .J... L. SLOAN For Preildential Electr. .... A. W. LYMAN. PIAUL A. FPUtZ. WALTEIR (OOPEI'H. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For i)istrict Judge. ......... W. IT. (IOTT For Sheriff. ... ..... JAMES (GIEKELEY For ('lrk District Co urt .. WM. ('COCKILL For ('onty Attor'-ey ....... . M. M. LYTER For ',ants Treasurer .......NDRHE JENSEN For ('. onty Clirk and itD' ,r ler . II. J. MEILI For ('onnty Aer .. .... J. W. MEIItIL...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 17 September 1892

E ARE THE WINNERS. 3at Ticket Chosen. Timers Say It will Carry the Day. aUderfeet are of the Same Opinion. ,ro'1eliel of the Finest Con liOn Ever Held in Montana ,, of the ('anldiates--The State ral l'ommlttee-The Platform -ell and I)etails of Interest. NtOCIATIC STATE TICKET. Congress -W. W. DIXON. lovernor- T. E. COLLINS. Lt.Go(;rnor -HENRI It. MEL (ia.f J.ustice-- W. V. PEMBER Attorney (General--E. C. DAY. .Secretary of State-B. W. 8. Treasurer -- JESHS IIAS'rO() r Auditor WM. C. \IHALEY. ruperintendent of Public Instruc J.C. MAHONEY. SClerk of Supreone Court .1. L. r Presidential Electors A. W. LV. SPA\ A. L'USZ, WALTER PE R. thPe monment the convention assenr )esterday morning ti ere was overy ation that the session would be har us and productive of important re SThings were not cut and dried as were in the convention of the re licacs last week, and the popular i was given to every delegate to pro Rouch candidates as hte chose. r foresladowed ,by the T rnn N.. cunr Toole was ca...

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. — 17 September 1892

DEMOCRATS ARE IN TOWN. They Capture the Falls City. SWo Will Be the Nomlnees Today is the Question. Guesses lade and the Drift of Opin ion Gathered Up. (;reat Falls was in gala attire Mon day and its citizens gave hearty greeting to the representative men fronl all sec tions of Montana, who are here to attend the state democratic convention. A number of delegates arrived on Sunday. but the larger portion did not reach here until the arrival of the trains from the east and west yesterday. The citizens" committee has been un tiring in their efforts at preparation. The ^rst full delegation to arrive was that from Choteau. They were met at the Ireat Northern depot by the reception committee and escorted to the head quarters in the Tod block by them. The procession was headed by a drum corps and the Democratic Marching C'lub,. un der command of Captain Verge. and the club was followed by the Democratic Colored Quartette. Next in line was the Twentieth regiment military band from Fort Ass...

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. — 17 September 1892

EARE HER CHARMS. Aboul t G(eat Falls. CITY pOSSESSING EVERY SUBSTANTIAL RE" SOURCE. Unequaled. Coal, Iron and Grain. Cheap Power for All. Homes- -Prosperity. Sthe Story of the (iant Infant of tief. and Then leclide Iioh to scte in Noveeawher-('on tile Figulrele Her (;rowth--look at the (ip sities Mlte Presents for Both tal and Labolsr. reat Falls is situated near the geo phical center of the foremost state in y.producing resources. It lies at junction of the Sun river with the uri river, at the head of a series of ter falls, aggregating 512 feet within B S 'RITSH I S H P () S E 8 i O N 19COLU IA .o . .l . ' .i. . . FORE S U! "! ",I I C.. U R" A L c c Su rAD y A Oa RR I U - L k " Col r1 1 ' lM Mou "IU I r ,' . 4 c, r as °f "Son hd r a ýl tý, 1 -+I o go +,o G ram "la s o A (a Tests u p r ar Ga a Map of Montana Showing Relative Position of (reat Falls to the Rest of the State. miles, making available at a minimunm iorimprovement 4OX),(KK) norse power. ,yfp cUonceive of this stupendous ...

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. — 17 September 1892

Coinutsed from Fifth page. J. W. Stanton, O. F. Wadsworth, Wm. Albrecht, T. H. Monahan. W. H. Gelethorpe. Jos. Conrad. WEnT GREAT FALLS. E. Crutcher. T. Stoules, J. Petterman, V. Zurich, J. H. Rogers. Wm. Welch, Jno. McGee. Jno. Pogreba. The report of the committee on per manent organization and order of busi ness submitted the following. Your committee recommend the fol lowing order of business: 1. Nomination of district judge. " sheriff. . " " clerk of district clerk 4. " " county attorney. :. .treasurer. . clerk. assessor. .. -* « " auditor. 0 » " superintend ent of schools. 10. Nomination of three county com missioners. 11. Nomination of two members of the house. 12. Nomination of joint representative with Dawson. 1:1. Nomination of public adminis trator. 11. Nomination of county coroner. 13. Nomination of precinct officers. Your committee recommends for permanent chairman. S. M. Moore. of Sand Coulee; for permanent secretary, W\m. Albrecht, of Great Falls. Messrs. Gallagher and...

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. — 24 September 1892

gont Hiettio.l X0'1 LOOK AT THIS---THE DAILY TRIBUNE, BY MAIL, $7.00 PER YEAR. 75 OENTS A MONTH. CHAM DtRLAIN. f yu 5.WEEKLY TRIBUNE. I:u. EAT FALLTANA. DAY NIN, PTEMBE 4, 18 NUMlr Sp10 1-0°i a. .J A JII IN J. ChIberlsl'I Jewelry Store. ýLUME XI. GREAT FALLS. MONTTANA. 'RDA'URDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1892. NUMBER 1(03 IILLANTLY ENTERTAiNEl D s Honor the Veterans. R. Officers Elected- Reunion of Ilnute len-Other Business, Grdat Encampment Ends After a Inst lotable leeting -,,lvse.l, Sept. 20.-- Trhrough the lanes of thousands of people who lthe pavements and side streets, buildings whose lavish display of ring banners, flags and streamers tel the cordiality of the welcome of Sowners: cheered on by the fresh of thousands of school children ng patriotic airs, the Grand Army be Republic, many thousand strong, y marched up the broad, smooth, as tum-paved Pennsylvania avenue whose rough cobblestones, as mem of the greatest of modern armies, had marched twenty-seven years tired, dusty, 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. — 24 September 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. BATURDAY. SEPTEMBEL 2. tI.R. THE CHINESe MUST 00. To enforce the new lav against the Chinese is going to be difficult in all parts of the country, but it will be espec ially troublesome in California, where there are so many of the Celestials, and where they are organized with a deter mination to resist the law. Tke official representatives of China in this country have their heads set against the enforce ment of the Geary bill. They make the claim that it is a law which could not be enforced, and even it it could, would be a breach of the treaty made with China by this government. It requires every Chinaman residing in this country to have a certificate of registry which shows on its face that he has been al- l lowed to remain in the country, and all who are found after May 5th next with out such certificate will be arrested and sent back to China. There can be no question as to the right of the United States to prohibit immi grat.on from any country it pleases,...

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. — 24 September 1892

Sio BOrS OF WAR DAYS ,y the Grand Army Asetmbles in Beautiful Waslhington. wtrotp.et of the Young Sotdliers' First II to the Capital--bears That Lle Re d-Tthe 'rack Regiments That Earned ~eortal Falle on Eastern tattlefealds, Now the Gatherlte of Gray Hatred Sran- A Valuable Hlstorical Doin nt for Every Boy's Scrapbook. ,,si;rosu , Sept. 19.-Veterans will the war (aysa over on the banks the ptoac. They will glide over cours. t' the grand encampment in or coachels, they will float there in ,"e Steamers, and even conch their tautic limbs in the downy berths of :.up-.m.3 luxuries of the age Scars.-f,a-ting at will, sleeping n thei titakes them, and awaken fron drti.mns as charming as an tal wwiiit to hear the train call, abhingtti:" Then they will rub t eyes, piinch their flesh alnd hunut ugh their clothes for mementos to tifv thlt.elves, for all will be so ge. White they were boys they d1 ab,,lt rooms bespoken at Wil ,,r te :Spottswood, the swell war hote I: i·.1. f Washington and Ric...

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. — 24 September 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATURDAY. 8EPTYMBEtIL . 18M. SUNDAY AT TORI FAIR, The Trades and Labor assembly of Chicago has decided by a large majority vote that it will not take any part in the ceremonies for the opening of the World's fair in October. because a de cree has gone forth to have the exposi tion closed on Sunday. By a superficial observer it may be thought that there is no necessity for workingmen to take this unfriendly view of the Sunday closing clause, but everybody who is familiar with the life of working people, will understand how important it would be to them to have the great fair open on Sundays. The Sunday closing movement is hypocritical and absurd for many rea sons. In the first place it shuts the peo pie out during one seventh of the time, while the entire period of the fair will not he more than sufficient to enable the throngs who go there. to obtain a notion of the exhibits. It will greatly curtail the receipts and turn the money of visi tors into other channels...

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. — 24 September 1892

MEANS ACTIVITY FOR BELT, S('atner Coal Company's Property Ired ansl Shipments to Begin at an Early Day. "1.. to Ile Put in at Great Falls and Neiltlat to Supply Local I)emands. A qmditl of Coal Said to Be Very iwpiralle--The Kennedy Counlee Fields. p ,1. shields, the wel-known coal ex Sand mining man, has leased the petty of the Caetner Coal & Coke pany on Belt. This property is large. owned by Helena capitalists, among e stockholders being T. C. Power, E. . Knight. T. H. Kleinechmidt, It. C. allaco and H. M. Parchen. The mines ltrated on the Belt Mountain rail ld some twenty-two miles from this ty. The company has operated some a months an eight-foot vein is exposed, ad they are sufficiently developed to ow that large quantities of coal can be ined. The quality of coal mined there is ex ellent and before the advent of the rail d the product of the Belt mines was *ted to Benton. An increased force llmen will at once be put to work on he mines. Yards will be established at 'rest ...

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. — 24 September 1892

FOUR YEARS OF INFAMY. Nice Republica Record. Shady Indiana Politics as Applied to lational Affairs. Logical Effects of the Purchase of the Presidency. \\Vi IIN·'.TON. Sept. 1I;. The issue in this campaign is the republican record ,of the last four years. It is a very bad record. It is a record of wrong-doing. of unfair favoritism in legislation and of scandalous misconduct in administration: a record of reckless squandering; of the debauchment of the public service: of corruption in ofilce and in getting office. and of shameful mnal. practices in the attemnpt to retain power regardless of the popular will. The administration and the tifty-tirs" congress came into power by plain pur chase. The republican party in 1S8s se .nured its triumph by selling legislation short. Abandoning all that it had professed and all that its leaders, living or dead, had taught concerning the limitations of right in tariff legislation. it framed a platform in Chicago in which it offered to monopolists su...

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. — 24 September 1892

1. OUR BALLOT FOR tHESE. le. end Printed iP'ragraphs pertainint to Political.Matters f I'resent Moment. ofthing of the MIen Whom the ikmmsnratic Party Have Nomi inted for' Offie. .,win and Capable Candidhlates Hh, Will Receive Large Majori tie.s on Elretion Day. is desiIuu that the voters of Cas county be informed for whom they expected to cast their votes in No her. The ToRIca E this morning hte the following relative to the whutL the democracy of this coun have chosen as their standard-bear The nominees to a man are deserv of thetoflice for which they have been ed. The ticket is one which has met enthusiastic support thus far, and enthuslasm will increase daily until time conmes to deposit the ballots. In ing for the men named below the tore may do so in the confident as ance they are exercising the right of ffrge in favor of wise and economical vernmient. volr Con1egresPoiliIin-W. W. D)lixol. W\\illiam Wirt Dixon was renominated this city to succeed himself in the Be of represent...

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. — 24 September 1892

THE "BLOCKS OF FIVE" Dildley 'sei aud Disoov' red. inside History of the Worst Scandal Disclosed in American Politics. How the Will of the People Was Frus trated in 1888. W ~ir ...,ro. Sept. "l.--It will be edi tying at this time to review the games that were played by Mr. Harrison's agents in his own state of Indiana in the last campaign. The program,. when the necessary money had been raised. was to carry by prurchase those doubtful states whose electoral vote would decide the contest. Quay managed the matter so dexterous ly in the east that his operations were never exposed in detail, though perfect ly understood as to their general charac. ter. Dudley was less fortunate. lie got himself found out. His experience under Dorsey in the 'soap" campaign in Indians marked him out as the proper person to take care of that state. In his reckless eagerness to make results certain he fell into the error of "putting himself down in writing." iis celebrated "blocks of five" letter was discov...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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