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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 30 September 1892

LOOK AT THIS---THE DAILY TRIBUNE, BY MAIL, $7.00 PER YEAR. 75 OENTS A MONTH. ,e. -:- B~ 81 61 Great Falls Sou venir Spoo pa WVEEjI TRIBUNE. ::curlatss Jewelry store. LEME XI* (IEAT FALLS, MONTANA. FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER .O. 1592. NUMBER 110 ds THE FORTS :ter. tot tpt ' ii n 's " L it t le D e a l. A Be Worked Elkins and lade Him Secretary of War paying By Presidents Son Nay Be Made Very Easy. ilr K . Cpt. _8.--:Special Dispatch ad the fl n HlN.1- The republicans held 8 ,.rs wow" at the auditorium last S ht The epeakers were Messrs. Allen let. of iglen. Utah. and Colonel Jder. and each of these gentlemen to te el to have ai serious grudge against 1l potical parties. as Col. Sanders i al lie could to burn up the Weaver Mad Mr. Miller paid his respects in it re or less exact rhetoric to the pro re itioits. here wa0 great disappointment on o part of many of those present on sc it nt of henator Sa ders failure to ex a in his position in regard to the fort, this failure baa given rise ...

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. — 30 September 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. PBIDAY. SEPTEBIElL 11. IOU. ANOTHER LEADEN PILL. The miner, are discussing in an in. telligent way the question of the tarill on lead. They are perfectly aware that so far as their being benefited by the tariff on Mexican ores is concerned, the republican party.s claims are ali "moon shine." They have the information within their reach, which shows that the price of lead was higher before the Ma. Kinley tax of one and one-halt cents per pound on Nex.can lead had been im posed. They are able to ascertain by their own investigations, that this tax on the Mexican lead ores has largely re duced their import, and that now only small quantities are bought by the Col orado smelters, and those at Kansas City, which must have these ores for fluxing purposes, and cannot obtain them from American mines. They can see for themselves that another effect of -the tax has been to drive English and American capital out of this country, and to cause them to build smelters in Mexico...

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. — 30 September 1892

RUM1NATE# SSee Trouble Ahoeid. n say They Tarn They Scent De feat, and They Feel Bad. Helena Correapondent Sends a Budget of Timely Observations. g Sept. 24.-jSpecial dispatch lhe TiorNie.]-There are many evi ces here of doubt and panic among republican forces. Those who have in the breach and furnished the ews of war for many years, are asking mneelves "cui bono," and are resent the pathetic appeals of the campaign mittee. Many things seem to indi te that the chief reliance of the lead eI the republican party in Montana, snot yet materialized, and that the roof Mr. Harrison's ice wagon has tyetfound it convenient to send out * soap," which be and "prince Ru. I1,. have promised for the cause here. If the national committee ie able to ryout" as much fat as it expects, the mittances will be coming along pretty c. and the "Little Ben phalanx," will on the move. Mr. Carter ib sure to nd along as much money as he can re. as he has an object more directly terestirg to himself than the mer...

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. — 30 September 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. SKPTEMtBZt. 0. 1808. MR. CLKB LAXD'N LETTER. Comparisons will be made between the letters of acceptance of the various nominees for president of the United States, but we believe none will he found that breathes a truer spirit of patriotism than that of Mr. Cleveland, which ap pears in full in the Taoacxs: this morn ing. It is not as long as the moral law, nor does it appeal to passions that should be buried or recite the moss-grown deeds of long-departed heroes. It dealsfrom first to last with living principles, the stability of the republic. and the purification of the national spirit which is essential to that end. The plainest and least in formed man may read it and see at a glance that it means something for him and for his children. It is not a dreary recital of what others have done, but a clarion summons to action-the call of the great leader of the democracy for the people to rally to their own rescue and redeem the nation from a system that has ...

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. — 30 September 1892

IMMENSE MILLING PLANT, *,diate Comntruction Will Begin on the Erection of a Misi and Elevator. M;ot Important Industry Yet rounded in the Sttate of Montana. 01,5gnition of the Agricultural Poa Miil~ities of the Great and crowing Northwest. A telegram was received yesterday by OD. Paris Gibson which read as fol e: asjuAroLs, Minn., Sept. 27,1892. Paris (libson, Great Falls. Mont.: Have decided to build mill immediate Have farmers prepare for large wheat oduction. WM. H. Dcrwoonw. There are now in the vicinity plants r the reduction of ores, and other in. ustries the construction of which have aired the outlay of vast sums of ey, and there are industries and ufacturies projected, but none here ore mentioned will approximate in lene the one which is assured by the m above printed. The gentleman who sent the telegram a member of the firm of Washburne, y & Co., the largest milling com y in Ameri.a. Their immense plants in Minnesota, which are the outgrowth the experience of practical...

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. — 30 September 1892

ThE IJUOR PLAYSDOUBLE. His Pranks MU ay CoI lligb. Though arried He Fools a Trusting Widow Who low Sues Hilm. A Selfsh Dastard of High "Position" Dragged Before the World. CH ouo. Sept. "l.-Fifty thousand dollars is the value Mrs. Naomi Dennis places on her heart. This is the sum she will try to make Dr. David C. Linn pay. She has tiled a bill in the superior court charging the doctor with breach of promise. The case is a sensational one, and has added interest on account of the prominence of Dr. Linn, the de fendant. The evidence in the way of letters which passed between the per sons concerned will make rare and racy reading. The history of the case is an unusually interesting one. Anthony J. Burke, of the law firm of O'Donnell & Burke, plaintiff's counsel, says that in all his years of law practice he has never seen a case of its kind embodying so many sensational features. The whole story reads like a novel. Dr. David C. Linn is well known throughout Illinois. He is a doctor...

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. — 30 September 1892

IN GOLD AND IN GEMS. Aurirerous Deposits Which ght the State of Montana Into Prominence. Placer.Producing Seetions in the Farly Days of the Treas. ure State. pay Dirt That will be Worked Next Year by Great Falls Mlen. ver aquarter of a century since Mon became known to the world through discovery of gold, and since that its placer mines have contributed D to the wealth of the country. the later years there has been lees tion given to placer mining, as ag ture, stock-growing, quartz-mining, other pursuits gave a means of em meat to many who in the early his of the country thought there was avocation so agreeable as that of the who shoveled the pay dirt into a .box or washed down a bank with resin from a giant. the old timers recall with pleasure days when Gold Creek, Pike's Peak, e Bar, French Gulch, German Silver Bow, Alder Gulch, Ban Highland, Last Chance, Grizzly, (carpenter's Bar, Confederate and hundreds of other gulches d bars were yielding large returns; diggings that were goo...

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. — 30 September 1892

"FREE TRADE IMPOSSIBLE." So Says Grover CleV' land. A Fairer Distribution of Tarif Burdens Is the Democracy's Alim. The leit President's Simple and Pa triotic Address to His Countrymen. Now YoaR, Sept. :;i.-The following letter was given to the press tonight: "To the lIon. Wm. L. Wilson and oth ers. committee, etc. Gentlemen: In re sponding to your formal notification of miy nomination to the presidency by the national democracy, l hope I may be per iitted to say at the outset that contin ued reflection and observation have con tirmed me in my adherence to the opin ions which I have heretofore plainly and publicly declared, as touching the ques tions involved in the canvass. This is a time above all others when these ques tions should be considered in the light afforded by the sober apprehension of the principles upon which our government is based, and a clear understanding of the relation it bears to the people for whose benefit it was created. We shall thus be supplied with a test...

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. — 7 October 1892

L8OK AT THIS--THE DAILY TRIBUNE, BY MAIL, $7.00 PER YEAR. 75 CENTS A MONTH. lo,, .. VI WEEKLY TRfIBDUNE. Ll It LT[E XI. GRBEAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 7, 1892. NUMBER 116 OODY BATTLE. ltons I xtermninatl .esperadoes illed Outright.- Only One Escapes. the lost Daring Robberies In the Annals of Crime. rl.ll.tae, Kan., Oct. :.-The Dal has been exterminated-wiped of the earth. Caught like atrap, they were today shot not until tour citizens of this ed up their lives in the work Imnation. Six of the gang rode a this morning and robbed the ks of this place. Their raid had known to offlcers of the law and e bandits attempted to escape re attacked by the marshal's In the battle which ensued four desperadoes were killed outright e was so fatally wounded he has lied. The other escaped but is totly pursued. Of the attacking our were killed, one man fatally ro were seriously wounded. killed of the Dalton gang are Bob Grant Dalton, Joe Evans, John killed of the attacking party . J...

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. — 7 October 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, pRIDAT. OCTOIBI. 7. IM. OUR ANMD UAN 51AON. If the people had any doubts jhere ofore about the schemes of the "pro tented" barons of this country, an ex posure that has just been made in Chicago ought certainly to open their eyes. This exposure is in book form, and handles the wheat ring of the north west without gloves, showing the most scandalous practices by which the farm ers have been systematically robbed. The men involved are United States Senator Washburn and the "flour king' Charles A. Pillsbury, the very men who control and operate the republican party in Minnesota. and H. L. Loucks, presia dent of the farmer's alliance of the United States, who appears to have sold himself out to them. Only a brief out line of the subject can be given here, but it will doubtleses make the farmers of the northwest feel very cheerful to know that the robbers have been shielded and countenanced by the republican govern or of Minnesota. and the following de tails and lette...

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. — 7 October 1892

iAT "ALIEN WNTRACT" ROW Smoke a ld no Flame. Collins Only an Honorary Vice President of the Road. It Explanation of a Slander Based Only on Malice. ine the republican press of Montana ttering under the fatigue it experi o fraon repeating an arrant false Sb~ut MIr. Collins, the democratic idate for governor, it might be well it to take a tonic and look the facts arely in the face. 'ith the motive of basely slandering Collins the said press raked up a , about his having imported alien l tract labor to do work on the Great t Is and Canada railroad. All the it es have been rung upon this po- e lyarn until the republican presse, by its bell-wether, the Harrison or- a st Helena, and directed by the gi tic intellect of prince Russell's little r Friday, is lolling and frothing at the i nth from the downright storm of pas- e n and relentless malice in which it has nt itself. It will have time to cool oft tween now and election day, and when reason is partially restored this high moral republ...

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. — 7 October 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE FRIDAY. OCTOBER. 7. 18W. For President, GROVER CLEVELAND. For 'lce-President, ADLAI E. STEVENSON. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET, For Congress............. ......W. W. DIXON For Governor......... ...........T. E. COLIJNS For Lieutenant Governor .HENRY R. MELTON For Chief Justice.........W. Y. PEMBERTON For Attorney General...... ......... E. C. DAY For eocretary of State ...... ..R. W. S. FOLK For Treasurer................ JESSE HASTON For Auditor...................WM. C. WHALEY For Superintendent uf Public Instruction SJ. C. MAHONEY For Clerk of Supreme Court. .....J. L. SLOAN For Preeldential Electors........ A. W. LYMAN, PAUL A. PFlSZ. WALTER COOPER. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For District Judge................W. T. PIGOTT For Bheriff......... .....JAMES GREELEY For Clerk District Court.... W. M. COCKRILL For County Attorney........... .. M. M. LYTER For County Treasurer.......ANDREW JENSEN For County Clerk and Recrder.... 1H. J. MEILI For County Assessor .......... J....

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. — 7 October 1892

ALL THAT IT HAS COST iaIue of the Works of the Boston a Montana Company at Great Falls. ,irte.t Undertaking Ever At opted in Connection with the mmrlting of Copper. 'uule. ('oal Produces an Excel It quality of (as anti is Now in Use Here. c. W. Barron, publisher of the News Bureau, spent his vacation ntana to examine in a primary the field in which so many mil of Eastern capital, in railroads, and commercial ezlterprises, have recently planted. When asked for nlon of the country, and especial the vicinity of Great Falls, where voted his time to a study of the of the Boston & Montana plant the Sand Coulee coal fields, he said be was disappointed at his inability are the co-operation of an able engineer to assist hise study of I deposits in the Rocky moun ,dtherefore he can give sub to the Boston News Bureau no regarding the copper deposits of tean. But if the problem of the of the Boston & Montana Con ted Copper & Silver Mining Co. is e future of the great smelter now com...

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. — 7 October 1892

MORE ABOUT THE PRINCE. All tarpint on That Fort Helena Vexed and Uncertain, but Ap parently Helpless. Speculation Rife as to the Final Out come of the Project. lI.IA.vN.. Sept. 2"0.-S1pecial Dispatce to the TuluIBE.] -When this morn ing's Tli.cu'E arrived in Helena and wai circulated on the streets, it caused a de cided ripple of excitement. Every mar was inquiring of his neighbor if he knew how much truth there was in the stor} about "prince' Russell and Mr. Elkins and many were asking whether it wat likely that any further chapters of the episode would appear. The Taimn:.v'i correspondent was closely questioned by several persons and sought for nmforma tion in other quarters, besides making further inquiries of his informant of yes terday. While some volunteered to tel all they knew, others pooh-poohed thi whole story, and a few stalwart republi cans were decidedly indignant, regarding it as a great piece of impertinence on the part of the Tian-sxrs to print such re ports about th...

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. — 7 October 1892

WITH IIIl ACIIICUI ISI eilligent Farmer Tells of the dnet Producing Qualities of Montana ioll. pantity That Can be Fnrnished jiited Only by the Demands Made. o-en Will Intrease the Faeili. r. in Uie During leed.Time and Harvest. nant you to meet Mr. Gillette," saic . G. Downing yesterday afternoot he was sitting in his oaice to the ltural editor of the TaImnsU , "ant t Mr. Gillette to meet a represents of the paper which is giving the cit more news than any other evel ed in this city has done." , Gillette is a farmer who resides seven miles from Belt, and he war in narrating the advantage: would accrue to the agriculturist, the establishment of the large flour mill at this point. "The section of try wher Ireside," said that gen , is what may be termed a goot -growing region. I meen that there tally no limit to be placed on the tt which can be produced. The yield per acre in ordinary sea irabout thirty bushels. This yeal bare in 1PA acres in wheat. When I cnvinvc'd that there will be...

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. — 7 October 1892

THREE KILLED ONEV WOINDED Al a Colored Revival Bad Blood Between a Couple of Boys Started the Row. One of the legrees Cut to Pi(ces With a Razor. F I.u .Lo. M1o., Oct. 4.- Three men were killed and a woman fatally wounded, and several persons shot but not mortally wounded, at a colored revival meeting at Stephens' store, a small town twenty rmiles northwest of here, Sunday evening. Saturday, a colored youth, AMike Turner, whipped another negro boy. The latter swore vengeance. and Sunday afternoon it is reported he entered the meeting and drawing a revolver began to tire at Turner. His first shot pierced the abdomen of a colored woman named Keys and his second mortally wounded her uersdand. Several others present I drew revolvers and took sides for and against the boy who started to shoot. The women screamed and fled in all directions while the men were blazing away at each other. When the smoke cleared away two men were dead. so report says, anti several wounded. Kris died yesterday...

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. — 14 October 1892

LOOK AT THIS---THE DAILY TRIBUNE, BY MAIL, $7.00 PER YEAR. 75 CENTS A MONTH. tWEEKLY TRIBUNE. :.o_ -O=ds -1- XIAheI, Great Falls AOI tIIe SpooTS 120 Coto An. Vt' 2 4 1 ClitUDerlN J'! ]ee. Store., )-ITE X EAT LS MON ANA. FIDAY ORNING OCTOBER 14, 1892. NUMBER 122 S ll . -I. ,O a., Is r' li t sI .I, , Isi..i S\\' lia ti ,he ,l R 'n or r ..1,1 iin inf.lan , a ,., I ,n . \\ iiat aftl l r l m ii ,.,, ,I u l r-1 11.v I in Clor ffet iii I ati tl .,l, halle. lUdrw, iertls d t,..n at Saml. fordi in S. it , . ,,s, it.h.i , w ith ,.in .., r', sl th'c e, a erl ttI'tienallll l lll lI ,,t.. or namlt"r with ,sly psut ,fii, .rmy, and dfi"at waes tht OUR STOCK OF the largest in ShGreat Hoalls. We show the best assortment the mar et affords at the lowest possible prices. 0n't fail to look these goods over be pre pur 'hasing -for we are contident ]at we can sell you better goods for : S l.,Hy than any house in the city Dur Shoe Stock :miplehte in every branlih ,df ulISe 1-ur; for trade HE : BOSTON, Clo...

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. — 14 October 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIB UNE FRIDA. OCTOBERSL ii. tIa. --- r _r.N s-.- -;.--+ /I Fer Fresldeot. GROVER CLEVELAND. Pur Vice.Pres.dent, ADLAI E. STEVENSON. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Co s..................W. W. DIXON Por Governor ....... .....T. . COLLNS For Lieutenant Governor.HENRY B. MELTON For Chief Justie...........W. Y. PEMBERTON For Attornep General .............. C. DAY For Seoretary of ltate.... ....B. W. S. FOLE For Treasur e ...........JESSE HASTON For Auditor............. WM. C. WHALEY For Superintendent of Public lIstruction J. C. MAHONEY For Clerk of Supreme Court. ....J. L. SLOAN For Presidential Electors........A. W. LYMAN, PAUL A. FUSZ. WALTER COOPER. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Distrit Judge................ W. T. PIOOTT For Sheriff........... ......JAMES GREELEY For Clerk District Court.... W. M. COCKRILL For County Attorney..... ....M. M. LYTER For County Treasurer ......ANDREW JENSEN For County Clerk and Itecorder....H. J. MEILI For County Asseesor.......... J. W. MERRI...

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. — 14 October 1892

OFF TO THE FAIR. Great Building Used for e Dedicatory Ceremonies. E IONT GLORIOUM SUCCESM. .iord of Progreu. and Aehlevemeont fully Written and Compiled and bel.lsbed with Accurate Pietnres .arTsbed by The Illustrated World's r-An Esaet StatemeUt of How Great Work Is Going On. copyrighted by Illtatratetd World's Fair. 0our hundred years after the day on h Columbus first saw land in the World-to wit, on Oct. 21. 1892-at 12.5,000 people will assemble in the hall of the Manufactures and 1 Arts building at Chicago, and pimposing ceremonies of national and il dedication will take place. It indeed be a memorable day, the dest in the history of Chicago. It Sbe preceded by an introductory day street parades and followed by a day festivities and rejoicing-three days display outdoing by far everything tofore witnessed on this continent. The audience itself will be historic. dent and cabinet, members of tihe * court and of both houses of greew, governors, orators, generals eatesumen, distingui...

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. — 14 October 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE YHLIDAY. OCTORElt. 14. 18.: LErT THEl HETHEN RAGE. As the campaign progresses it is ap parent that the small-minded members of the republican press of the state have had their attacks on Mr. Collins stereo typed, and intend to run them until the close of the polls. They do not vary the monotony of their howl about the Cana da railway. and they do not find any oth er point to harp upon. so that it is not necessary for them to change their type. In order to turn their attention a nmo ment into another channel lest the strain over the "contract labor" lie should prove too much for then:. Tiii: Tm'.llceS: pre sents below a report which was made by the grand jury of Meagher county in 180. Most voters in the state are famil iar with the fact that Mr. Collins was the county clerk and recorder and ex-ofltcio probate judge of th;t county when he determined to move from .Meagher coun ty into Choteau. 'The grand jury. in the discharge of its duties, examined all the accounts...

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