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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 14 October 1892

MILLIO HORSE-POWER. i.elri lRiver Will Furnisl the ,ight. Heat. and Power of the Futnrle. Another City in the World ('an iqllal the Resources' of (treat Fall,. Sthe Grceateat antld (randect ,giltion of rrounllndings on the (Holw. t Falls has built a good founds for its great growth. It is not to be elmed by any prosperity but is I for a healthful and comfortable h, Its founders have taken great to have broad and beautiful streets cvenues. The park system itself sin about two hundred acres and propriation of 840.000 has recently made for the purchase of additional for park purposes. There is not er city in the northwest that can the record of Great Fulls in sub tial growth; where sanitation has pace with broadening suburbs: :ll the forces of civilization have the moral and intellectual de nt to walk abreast with her . material progress. The capacity ebotels is adequate to any demand may- be made upon them and are Sto any in the country. rest Falls is a strategic point for ptries. She...

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. — 14 October 1892

CATCHING AT _TRAWS. Helena idly__Frighteoed. Gauzy Device to Fool the Voters of the State. The Union Pacific Chestnut aunled Up Again. A.s. oNoA., Oct. 8.--. special to the Standard says: To say that tie Helena people are badly frightened oni the capi tal business is putting it very mild; they are practically in a panic, and the news that men are actually going to work on the Butte., Anaconda & Pacific railroad has put them in a state of nervous agita tion beyond description. Yesterday a number of the most per slstent Cracker city boomers, having heard the news that the work had actu ally begun which will place Anaconda on a second transcontinental line, made up their minds that some kind of a bluff must be run to try and counteract the effect of so greatan increase in Anacon das chances. Accordingly a meeting was ,.alled at the pavilion, at which Sam Hauser presided. Sam Ward was the first speaker. He was followed by Col. Sanders and lIr. Weed. With the excep tion of a small ro...

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. — 14 October 1892

WEALTH OF RESOURCES. i laeons Why Great Palls Shonld ule the Permanent Seat of Government. tilon the Most Favored in Mon. gana-A City Destined to I Greatness. mg, Milling. Manufacturing, Ag. ltural. Stoek4Growing, Finan. rial and Commercial Center. hboring cities are putting forth caims for the location of the capi It is not necessary to detract from by presenting any argument any other candidate for the seat snent government of this state. a candidate for the capital Great stands infinitely higher than any place which has been named. city in the west possesses such a th of resources, and none in the can boast of possessing any in harmonious proportions. All are in ponderous moulds. From the ading plateaLs extending as far as eye can reach, broken only by silver mountains piercing the heavens, 1t vast volume of unharnessed bearing unmeasurable power, planned all after its most gor patterns. Its vast coal measures; its mines; its stone and lime quarries its rich agricultural and graz...

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. — 14 October 1892

THE ENDEAVORERS.' PHENOMENAL GROWTH OF A YOUNG ,CHRISTIAN ORGANIZATION. l.egun to February, 1881, It Now n-. eludes 21,000 Braache and t1,00,00oo anembe rs-r ather Endeavor ('lark-Th. Grnat Couuventlom In New Yo;k ('ty. N THE evening of Feb. 2, 1881. a little group coin posed chiefly of -young converte were gathered in S . tile home of Rev. Francis E. Clark. pastor of the Wil li",ton c.hullrh,11 in ". r . P)ortllIand. Me. There haId been a revival denriin the winter. lun,l thes.. young people were still in the wiarnii en. thunsi'm 4f the . i tlio iiit ear!Tiert ltee ' The pastolr li'stetintd to tlihir experi le','e'.. aidtll sudtlehly ;t great ;tlliess fell ip,,n Itilu. Fromt all thl exl erin.es of 1",' rvit al.e hei'old Inot but feel that :lie love of lit111:11'iy woutl wax .olil: that it few woihl fall t)away might ihe usi-e-t ered certaini, lac we~ll aii ithit imineey whoi relaiined (hllristinlles wiould itne tillerl by church formalisi or' fail i. ll.ct in -yilpathyu with older ...

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. — 21 October 1892

LOOK AT THIS---THE DAILY TRIBUNE, BY MAIL, $7.00 PER YEAR. 75 CENTS A MONTH. WEEKLY TRIBUNE. I : -E A T F L S M OA G eAat FOIils 8So venUtIr Spoons 2 SCkmberlal'8 Jewelry Store. Ll'3[]E XI. (IREAT FALLS, MON I'AiNA. iIII1DAY MORNING, (')"r El 2"1, 18982. NUM .BER 128 . " "I"-- . . . . . .. . ... ..... . . - . .. . ... . - - To- iDAY is a legal holiday hroughout the country by Act f Congress. It is designed to conmmemo rate the four hundredth anni versary of the discovery of America by Columbus, and the chief feature of the observance Ithe dedication of the World's Fair Buildings in Chicago. Un der one roof, 90,000 persons trill occupy chairs, with 35,000 nlre on the outer circle. OUR STOCK OF all Underwear It ," largcest in ( ;reat tl" ht.. ,..hw the heast assn.rtiiiU,,t the mar rtaktdfI at th(e iowiert plJwitiltl Itr .e thr. t fail tolrook these g~aoo s ,,etr he. f,'r" purcvhasing for o- are confhlent a.t ', r'an sell y r, bettel r },ails for Rl-i,.n. y than any houie in the city u...

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. — 21 October 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE PUUUE5D IT IHE TRIBUNE COMPANY. ItscoarorATID.1 A. MacKnight. - Editor and Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subscriptions must be paid in advance. snde yewa by mal. $;.g) I On. yaSr, by I1.50 diz motthc., " .,e., I iz months L.) One month. ' .i7: Three mnntis," 75 One week, b) rarrier.2, Single copy, - 5 Advertising rete furnished on application. The irulmation af the Tribune I Northern Montana I gnaranteedl to exceed that of any pa. Der published in the state. utoSbrlbher desiring their address changed mnast send theltfrmer address as well ,s the neow aldrdse this shoald be remembered. ddresse: TIatt'v O CoMPANY. reat Falls. Montana FoP. President. GROVER CLEVELAND. For Vice-Preeldent, ADLAI E. STEVENSON. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For t(ongres .... ..........W. W. DIXON For (ioveror...............T. E. ('OLLINS For Llentenant (io..rnor .IIENRY R. MELTON For hief JnetiRe ... W. Y. PEMHEIITON For Attorney reneral .. ...... E.('. IAY For Slerentary of State . ... ..I...

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. — 21 October 1892

LERS MAY. GO THERE w Ieservation Opened. Details as to How Lands lay Be Acquired There. laberal Provision for So diers and Sailors of the Union. \\'.tti.e'rox. Oct. 15. President liar n this afternoon issued a proclamua opening to immediate settlement Ssurplus land of the Crow Indian rvation in southerne Montuna, ag e.tinge about l,OtU.t(N0) acres. These ,ls were coded to the government der the agreement of December 28. ps a. moditied by tie agreement of ugust 27. 1892. 'tnler the terms of _agreements the cod.ed lands except eeral lands, must ie disposed of only ctual settlers under lprovisions of the etetad laws, except nection 2.:311 of e revised statutets. which gives to F..lieres and sailors thie benelit the time they sorted in the my or navy of the United States. It pruvided, however, that each settler all, before receiving patent for his otestead, pay the United States for d taken by him, min addition to the fees r'ided by law, and within live years o date of first original en...

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. — 21 October 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE IFIDAY. OCTOBER 21. a1i. A AsalbIDiZED PRlESS. Present indications point to the fact that the press of eastern .aontana has been subsidized by the citizens of Hel ena. This, if it be true. will account for the friendly sentiment said to prevail in that section relative to the claim which Helena presents for the permanent seat of government of the state of Montana. There is a time within the memory of the men of the present day, when the press of Montana was not for sale; when the men who owned the papers, and the writers employed on them would have resented with scorn a proposition made t buy their influence in favor of any scheme. A case in point is when the people of Montana voted upon the re. moval of the capital froum Virginia City to Helena. Those who were residents of Montana at that time will remember that a majority of the votes cast favored the removal of the capital from Alder Gulch to Last Chance. They also recall the fact that the result of the ballots...

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. — 21 October 1892

SOPPOSITE THEIR NAMES kel Lhilhl Shoulld IReceive a ior mC dial Iupport on the Day of Election. Ci i.n NaIIed bIy te itmt me(ray(' of ( a'n.clade ('oulllt as Stanid ard-iearers. ed in Evelry Respect to ili tirge the Ditties of the O(Aire They Aspire To. Tai.r.i .E has heretofore had oc* to make frequent reference to the ecy of the nominations made by democratic county convention of e county. It expects to refer fre tly between now and election day to Lmen, who are in every way quali fr the discharge of the duties for ofiees for which they are nominated. e nomination of W. T. Pigott for office of judge of the district court the Eighth judicial district was a recognition of the judicial attain ts possessed by that gentleman. ically the office is a non-political sad beyond the pale of politics. The 'on of Mr. Pigott for that office is seriting the approval of all citizens -tive of politics. He has been a Sg attorney in Montana for the iodve years, during seven years of time he was the ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 21 October 1892

WHY RAUM IS KEPT IN OFFICE Debts He Ought to Pay The ien He Owes Have the "Pull," and "Little Ben" Assents. Anything Goes Down with Harrison to Secure a Second Term. m.\s~I oty;,o'N. (c)t. 13.-W-hat is the secret of Raum's "pull" with the present administration? When President Harrison dismissed Tamner from office for his reckless waste of the surplus, many of the president's friends in Indiana and other states where the soldier vote is an important ,'onsideration in planning a campaign for re-nomination and re-election went to the white house and told the presi dent that by removing Tanner he had awakened a suspicion in the minds of many thousand veterans that he was not the friend of the soldier he had always pretended to be. The fact that Tanner had spent the pen sion budget. "not wisely, but too well" that he had scattered it broadcast with out regard to the worthiness of the hands into which it might fall was too tine a point for the appreciation of the average soldier. The res...

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. — 21 October 1892

ANA BREWING COMPANY, llir.tinrators nSelre a Site alnd k ,ork of ('onstruwtion to Begin at Once. hit th plant to ('onsitt of the Latest clh and Mmost Approved Appl i t11ees in Use. wl in a iFrduct to nupplant tie Export at jeer Now Being Shipped Into to Montana. a t e Montana Brewing Company," r Sfiled articles of incorporation this vi with a capital stock of 8250,000 in 1 shares of $10 each, yesterday for tret time felt authorized to say that were ready to tell to the public that plans for their structure had been itely decided upon. The street appearing in print heretofore i not authortative, and the Trcullrv: L evening was furnished by Mr. A. F. mitz the following relative to the F enterprise. el tisa Great Falls concern, but there ,been numerous applications front e in capitalists for stock in the con- h Portions may be disposed of to t of these applicants, but the Incor-li will retain a controlling interest, the plant from its beginning will be eolled by the men whose names ap ...

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. — 21 October 1892

GREAT FALLS A SURE WINNER i' inl thle IHave tr'o tlhe (apital and Will Itistamnce Every 'nm Ietitor'. ininlU in Iopularity Iaily ,ll illtse ,d it, Womlerful We dth of The. ICity WVhich .Af.llrlds tile Jest I.neiation anld I itl'rs thle ikst With each succceeding day the clhanmces f G;reat i'alls being the city which the i voters of Montana will select as the fu ture capital of this state grow braghter. This is easily explained, for its resources mand lavantages are just becoming gen- c erally known. l)uring the last two i months there nave been hund!reids of visitors in the city who had not before g been aware that it possessed such won- a ierful and inexhaustible resources and I advantages. The gentlemen in charge t of the capital contest for this city have ihaid prepared some informmation concern- g lcc the city and its surroundings, and t these facts are being sent to the voters c throughout the state. The ser,,t of its in'reased and rapi growing popularity lies in the fact ti th...

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. — 28 October 1892

LOOK AT THIS---THE DAILY TRIBUNE, BY MAIL, $7.00 PER YEAR. 75 CENTS A MONTH. *. CI4AMBIRLAIN. IIw'. .en the -. s -:- uut hs, f ' I als -o-_en'r _poo A E WEEKLYS TRIBUNEE U toe )LITME XI. (GREAT FALLS. MONT'ANA. FRIDAY MORNING, O('TOBER "_8, 1892. NUMIIlER 134 s - . . . . . . . - - . . . . ... . .. ... . . ... .. , r. h :I 28"1i" , 1776, h lt thI hattie ,f W\hite .. twe-n \\aslhinti, n's ,. .,1111 ti(. Ih i itisl. unIII r Ii,. , lou ht I". h1('m in the i'ians on \lanhattan Island , i,,!, t troops ilnto \"estchester I"nt mto cut off retreat. After a .uncil (of ewar in Morris' house \.:lhington fell back to White ::in·. where he was attacked lwnr' and forced to retreat ,, Nrth Castle lhut his army -ELECANT ALL SUITS We call your special attention our very complete stock of Lit made Suits for Fall and Ilter. We venture the assertion at our stock is the largest as well th, cheapest in price, consider rlality, of any ho)use' in Great ak. Come and look thenlover. OBBY OVERCOA).S. .Ih' lere...

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. — 28 October 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE PUBLISHE)D BT CHE TRIBUNE COMPANY. IN.froaroIATIu.1 J. A. MacKnight. - Editor and Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail eubscriptions tulnt he paid in advance. DAILY. WKgKLt. ". iearby mbal, $S.ti I One yeer. by mia l $1.50 wix months. " I.tr, tix months. " 1.11) One month. " .7: Three montt ." 75 One week, by carrier.'L. Single copy. 5 Advertising rates furniehedl on application. The ciroualstion of the Tribune in Northern Montana is guaranteed to exceed that of any pa ,er published in the state. SSub.ribere desiring their address changed must mend thel former laddre as well ns the new addreee this should he remembered. Addree: TltaU.g COMPANY. Itreat Falls. Montana For President. GROVER CLEVELAND. For ViCe-Prenldent. ADLAI E. STEVENSON. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For (ongres.c. ..... ........ W. W. DIXON For (ioveruor..... .. .....T. E. COLLINS For Llentena.nt (.i,.ror .IIIENHiY I.3)1ELTON F.r Thief Justic. .. W. Y. PEILMBEITON For Attorney General . .... E. C. .DAY Fo...

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. — 28 October 1892

EIR LYING lt IS TERRIFIC.L P ]t h t It ,uii't Avail Them. I I ftlew, the Slanderer, Was Hired by Republicans to lanufacture Lies. bat Nemesis Was on the Villain's Track and the Records Show His True Character. t ,i,. is Mlartlew'.' Rlalph Martlew . Tta," nae has a familiar siount iul i i, :i:i abuhi t it of ripuhliitii liair ll Id Irllat'A what mIakel this ianli ftia iliur. !:i.! .artlew." It h.s gonei the I ;ul, of the rauhiI ripuhl:e'n p'eiýs hfor i..i,. w,.eeks uintt hei to a lyin. atta.k t ... , T . 1. 'ollirs. .. tihe people of t10itatu arie hti ,nil lik, to knw; the fr'ts. .ortle ti.,, their wou hl be republic'.un tle ch , n p irevent this by tlililn, thel ll y i)ih s,!. ani l denying them-i tin' privihtge irearing the other side. I;lt they shall have tiv truth aitout l:rdlph lMartlew" and his little tale.: 'To begin with, l. re is the. story of that orthy just us it has ieen re dar(el by the rabid repubiliean press. s.omeli timn ago myself. Jla. ( )'l),nnll I and Allen McGinn...

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. — 28 October 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE FIRID 1. t4, T(iti It .1'. 119. Our Nex: Governor. t • , " " i HON. . 4 LINS. t qi ti " r " . . r t .1. jtrt in tlh \ri . w li', ,on t:. i:,,." r t o" l'r. ei lhnt Ij rit ni .tati . I at l :e l httits l: tn ti ltlll i. ',t i .tlt'.ii,- tlltIIn het .r. Iutti. tnd te titi . alt tI thend-r ter lto tl, . al. a I i il is iwi els read ,it ti he i wi .e , inL rsh .- ti. outii n thri. hotr a. ! - - inr.-t art i art in the f inati n a ,tlt . : . ti- l to l'resi ,lint lltHarri I t ir , r illne'ss h, i has been iln t ",l,-li att i.e.iance on her. t Families twer, f....t.,l before govern lents. and thein nl . li a, hd ired the kind- ' .y dt"otion a r . i p.i,+1 t cart of t the .hil-f .'.eveutive. W , n. lav,'ly watched is i.: it' bth d iid . his ,l%1n,1- wift' and ,b!tieer+d her mitlli ,,,.ig ani comfortingt .c,,rds it,,- she ntl ,, at til,' o.,rtale of titer itabl:e death .M 's. Intl'r;sin is .ladt. e iiall thti" .1lli"r."ai, .+i tion i will lui itte in u tr wtning it t°:';t...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 28 October 1892

10INGS FOR NEIHARITS KiKllnown Mill lan to Put in li pI-rg' Pant at That IPflHe Ihortly.I •aldredl Tons to Ihe the' I.ily llipallc'ity of tile WoIrs. in c ontempllation. ujlittion of the Qulleenl of the jill Mine mhows Its Won de.rful Riclhaes. Illportant visitors were in (ireat It the close of last week, and they *nii went silently. That their mis rsof importance will be seen by follows. and which was learned by I,5I. from a gentleman who is gJly familiar with the objectt of ians. These visitors were 1. ''T. ner. the famous republican poli and promoter of irndustrial aenter nh.one headquarters are at Wash , and Charles II. Lawrence, of ,lphia. who is an active capitalist, r cani and an indeperlent in poli -tseason Mr. Mlichener met onet oft Courad brothers. of this city. in titn.. and promised to comet out tea look at the Queen of the Hills taen as leisure would permit. e weeks he and Mr. Lawrence been in t'tall perfecting plans to an Sl. stamp quartz mill at Lehi, the ores' from t...

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. — 28 October 1892

THE BITERS ARE BITTEN. A Relplblican Lie Nailed, Mr. Collins' Quarry Fillng Honest and Proper, But He Lost. Senator Power Used His Stolen Seat, and Fixed the Law to His Own Advantage iFor several days thet rabid members of the republican press of Montana have leen in tits of glee over a new slander on T. E. C'tllins. They danced about in ,estacis of delight shouting in glaring .eadlines. *C'aught in the act." "T. E. Collins makes a futile attempt to steal ' ,t'able schlool lands," "lle now wants to be honored with political prefirmeuint by toe parents whose children Ie tried to rob." .\nd So On al !ih. .\In'i what was the , eea.sion ,f ;ill this ouliab:uloo WViy. -imply t:i.,. The tenton Rliver Press, a miseraile ittle subsidized sheet that is looming a d li tant city for the capital because its itas t"r hates I reat IFalls, printed a "sear.e" article the othi:r day accusing .\ir. Col is of entdeavoringf to lii-. on a school ieti.n ,of laud in ]. i l for a stone quar :y. It wl as so...

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. — 28 October 1892

ITHERN PACIEIC GRANIT, Iltetrtolstltg leter Froem Flan o Ihiee Iih Has Inveitted l,.rge ESurn i u eý. h IRalhvay. til I'Peolple of tilhe nlltte iedl the Mineral Lad Iralnt-- I In his speech on Wednesday evening -resman Dixon explained the his of the mineral land bill, and his ex raton was accepted as truthful by people who heard him. Many for first time were made aware of what defeated the passage of the bill. ey learned that its defeat was due to interference of J. ('. Burrows, of I chigan, a republican leader in the use of representatives, who was notI Sopposed to the passage of the ilean as ,but refused to consent to its consid lion for five minutes. The sophis of the republican orators who fol ed Mr. Dixon will not eislead the I le of (Great Falls or of any other on of Montana. nor will their state te induce a belief that Mr. Dixon Snt give to the measure an earnest, nest support, and that it was through fault of his that the mineral land bill not today a law. but its defeat was...

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. — 28 October 1892

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