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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 24 February 1893

!plls your rerpo BBA-l-a do order at AU, PJE. WEEKLY TRIBUNE. RUBBE NEWTON'S DRUG STORE, J.. NEAaTO'S Drug Store. VOLUME XII. RtEAT FALLS, MONTANA, FIIDAY MORNIN(G, FEBRUARY 24, 189):1. NUMBER s85. Glass Block Store 207 Central Avenue. The Leading Aggressive, Progressive Dry (oods House of the Leading City of Montana. We hereby give due no tice to our customers, and all those who are to be our customers, that we have re ceived some very choice styles in Ealrolderie, Laces, Towels, Bed Spreads, Madras Curtaining, Lace Curtains, Figured Pongees for Draperies, etc,, And we have marked them all at very tempting prices. Please remember we are doing a S'rxir'LY Casu BesI. NEss and at SrILtrI.e , C\sii PI'R .s, somnetlhnc, new in Great Fal!,. Vcre. IhI l,,inne &t blI'Kcizil... .. Town Lotsi FOR SALE. Make your own Selec tions. Special Inducements to Buy NOW! Call at the Townsite office and' ask oJr a pat and tI h latest price list. h.e e ea;,p. t popo0, ition lsadc ;L Vet. Lots on thie...

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 February 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. YEBRUABY 21. 18M. PUBLIBRED Br CHE TRIBUNE COMPANY. (II505PORATEFt. I J. A. MacKnight. - Editor and Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subseriptios moust be paid in advance. DAILT. WnLILY. DOu yeer.by mail. x7.00 One yr, by mail, 11.50 Six months, 4.00 ar i montthts 1 .t One mouth. d" .75 1 Three rmonti:." n5 ')o week, by carrier. . Single copy, 5 Advertising rates fIamihed on application. The circulation of the Tribune in Sorthern odntanas s guaranteed to ece that of any ps per published in the state. uonecribers desiring their addrecs .'hanged must send theti former addre.a as well s the new laddrese this should be renembered. Address: TIBtBr COIt'ANt. freatt Falls. Moutana THE TI.IIUNE imakts adtlvertilinmi roitlslmet. 1n1 the diltinct guattxntee thltt jits tircuhttiton in tlho city oft (;a'trt Falls tlll otittide tihe city otf (iretl Fallts i. -l'ntttmr Illith lia of' 1a11 othert i sllb.sc'iptomt baika iltwatyt (tttI It) titi. - ;td\,ti-vt'. scbmii of t...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 24 February 1893

ALL OR NOTHING. That is the Reply Jim Corbett Sent in Answer to Mitchell's "Di. vision" Racket. "('holly" Wants to) Per Cent of the Purse to Go to the Winner and 10 to the Loser. NEW YORK, Feb. 17.--Charley Mitch ell, the English pugilist, met W. A. Brady and Billy DeLaney, Corbett's rep resentative, at the World office at 4 o'clock this afternoon. Ten thousand dollars was deposited by each side and the match is now fixed so that neither side can back out. It was mutually agreed that the battle will come off the second week in December. Phil I)wyer was agreed upon as final stakehoider. Mitchell wanted to tight in a twelve foot ring, but Brady made the point that it was impossible to tight in a twelve foot ring under thie Queensbury rules, eF it was made a twenty four-foot ring. It was also agreed that the referee should be the referee of the club where the light takes place, the light rhould bh to a finish, and that the referee should have no power to call the contest off. Then'l ca...

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 February 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. HFRIDAY. FEBRUARUY 8-. IaW. ADVANCE IN LINIE. All interests represented in this city will have to pull together for its future advancement. and the openirg of the present season will be the best possible time for concerted and united action. All kinds of retail trade will begin to improve just as soon as the country roads are in good condition, as the farm ere and ranchers will then come in for their supplies. As the spring opens up there will also be an influx of home seekers from various stctions, and of men with capital looking for investment. This will give an itmpetus to real estate and the buillinc trades. Certa.lily there are few young gcities in the northwvest that hiave\ s much to en courailc' and gilet tl!m ' noutcldence. as Great Val, On lat.! ha.ls 'ast material ,.rowth is alparln nt. lt us enu l:eratt *'r . '.t ' a- .u:' t cm " a ,tt, .1i ,. ., ' . i . ~ i ll ' - 1. .. 00 W .i. a t .: , 'I 1,' s it . a . '. ' ," ' n a ,r t i'. l l.1! .. r .".· ..-. w...

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 February 1893

CITY COUNCIL MEETING, A (Great Deal of Important Ihsiness TranIsacteid at the Meeting Lat Night. Seriou,. Charlges Preferredl Against M.1ark Truck, the Newer (ontractolr. ''he city council met in regular session last night. Present, Mayor Webster, Aid. Williams, Jensen, Gaunt, Tracy, Cleeland, Cornelius, and Clerk Leslie. The minutes of the two last meetings were read and approved. Mayor Webstor presented the report of George Rabiun, appointed to examine the Iooks of Polico Justice MlCorelIus fronm Oct. 1, 1M9", to l'eb. 0. Il:t. 'T'l, report shows that the police juelti ~ is indebted to the city for lines collected $8112.:c. Tr( w. oL , wrIIIncy paid into the ".ty trl'a.rtrrcr tLy tithe !unl,. but thl amlllli wtl nt known. 'i'er mlayor ;a l, r 'ily tr;l l"asurer \1\ill ani reprit nesxt UnIhla. 'Th, Iluart,. rly re!t 'I t ,lt\ , the ll ire dhlrirtnr .it ,:r- read. 'I'I pensce fr th, ,Il l cu , , .e i lieveial l,, ti uti . . rt e i, . r ferr tl. ;oss (''H\i:: n 1 I l l' ,i I l. ii p ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 24 February 1893

KANSAS SITUATION. The Relations Between Populists and Republicans Strained to the Highest Tension. Much Uneasines is Felt That an Ami cable Adjustment May Not Be Reached Without Bloodshed. TOPEKA, Kan., Feb. 10.-The only thing needed to make war in Kansas is fighting. The conditions of war are all present. Opposing bodies of armed men, something to fight about, and a disposi tion to tight are all evident; but war does not open. Bellicose preparations were carried on briskly by both sides all day, but the governor, by offering to compromise the difficulties which are keeping the two houses apart, tapered the crises off into a very tame armed truce. The proposition for a compromise offered to the republi can house at 2 p. m. by the governors private secretary, Ben. Close, wno stated the governor proposed it as a last resort to avert bloodshed. If the republican house declined to accept it then the gov ernor would be forced to drive the re publicans at the point of the bayonet out of t...

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 February 1893

THE NEW IREIGHT RATES. , Reducttiotn of (ireat hIillolrtancee to Buyers uandl Sellers at This I'oint. Details of theo ichedllet that Will iBrink Joy to u(llr llluiless Agent Kelly of the (;reat Northern railway at G(rout Falls received yester day the now freight schedule from head quarters at St. Paul. For sonme weeks the transcointinental railroads have been figuring on a -eduction of the freight tariff to and from all western poilts reached by the Great Northern, Northern Pacific, and Union 1'atitic limea. .\n agreement was finally retle'd Iand thoefl new tariff wtent int,) opera;tion on \ ,iI nesedy, the 1,th inst. The reduction takes in nearly every class of goods and will hie it great tsviji to tlie buineat meni f Great l'.ili an.l surrounding titnots) in the li.t.r -of freithld althint. ,',at Fall. in ;a position to ciun rt t ht I.. i. ' i.t r for thl . 'nert: tr., ,,t ,r-tl 1 , ,t, tannt. , The fnot oin, N. Paul at m lii,,, 'I .-,h, iule i ; ,, I', p1er cimtui-i . l .1 lst ;e...

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 February 1893

A MILD SENSATION. Tallant of Casadule Replies to the Charge of Bribery in the An amdula Standard. Rockwoodl ays There Was Aollutely No Truth in the Alleged Inter view with Dlion Willard. HELEN.., Feb. 20.-- ISpecial to Tit: TRIuvNE.1-Tallant, of Cascade, created a sensation in the joint assembly today by his reply to the charge of bribs :y in the Anaconda Standard. "I hardly know in what words to express myself,', he said, "but myfeelings:of justice com pel me to speak when the air is so foul and so full of corruption as that of Helena has been for the past few weeks. The Anaconda Standard this morning says my friend, Don Willard, of Great Palls, has been approached and was asked to get one republican whom he knew to vote for Clark. The matter was brought to my attention on Saturday by Willard himself who said that seven re publicans had gone to David Cory, my personal friend, and told him I had been purchased to vote for Clark and to see if something could not be done to keep me fr...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 3 March 1893

*RIubA J I tAIAal li 41,0u10z2 Ii P'T"T)11)T 1%TT Stede's LiinglluildeyU ' WEEKLY TRIBUNE. O'S DRUG STOR.w.J. W. NEWTON'S Drug Store. OLUTME XII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, MIARCII 3, 1893. NUMBER. 91. ass Block Store 207 Central Ave. * have just received 50 dozen of the great HERMSDORF ED COTTON HOSE FOR LADIES 25c r est ire Heimsdailrs h, L'lacL. .:'. they Preto Verge, hth,,e , '? P e ie , Towii Lots FOR SALE. Make your own Selec tions. Special Inducements to Buy NOW! Call at th. lownsite office and ask for a plat and the latest price list. The cheapest proposition made as yet. Lots on the North Side, on Sec ond Third and Fourth Avenues S[,ooo; and $8oo; on Fifth and Sixth Avenues, $Soo and 6oo. On Second Avenue South beau tiful lots along the water main and two blocks from the Central Avenue Electric line $500. On the West Side lots are now offered for $400 and $5oo that in five years time will command a price of $2,000 and $3,00ooo each. The reserved lots on all Aven ...

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. — 3 March 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, FIIDAY. MARCH 1. 18f.' THE SHOOTING OF MACKA(Y. Little or nothing has yet been reported concerning the previous acquaintance and relationship of John W. Mackay with the man Rippey who shot him down and then committed suicide in San Francisco on Friday. It may be that it was simply the act of a crank-a desperado who wished to do something to emphasize his own tak ing off. But the chances are against this hypothesis. Men who make mill ions make enemies because they make paupers. There is no possibility of a man accumulating moneyas Mackey has done without doing wrong it not actual violence to somebody, and it would not be difficult to till in the details of the late tragedy from its first act, in which would be shown some mean advantage taken by the strong man over the weak I which has led at last to attempted mur der and suicide by an old man with white hair and with one foot already in the grave. There is a grim and suggestive signiti canes in the letter found on...

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 March 1893

TO BE INVESTIGATEL Attention. Evil Doers--Mayor Webste: IIes Enlisted For the War. "Warranted Free Fromn Whitewash' is the Council's Motto Just Now. Pursuant to the mayor's call, the city council met in special session yesterday afternoon to consider progress in the sewer investigation. There was a full attendance of the members of the coun all and a large number of citizens were there to watch the proceedings. Councilmen Randall. Gaunt and Ctor nelius, by request of the mayor, made verbal reports of the examination had by them of portions of the lateral sew ere. They agreed in their statenments that many of the joints examined by them were not cemented, and that mulch of the work is not in conformity with the plans and specifications. I). I,. Tracy had also inspected some of the pipes for his own information, and found a good many of them badly put to gether. In the tunnel near the Catholic church he founu a pipeconnection where he could put his hand between the end of the pipe. Mr...

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. — 3 March 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FqIIDAY. MAR'cH . 189I. TIlE (;HUll AT HELENA. Many and peculiar have been the com plaints made against Helena from time to time, but the latest one by the gos siper of the Anaconda Standard takes the whole biscuit factory, metaphorical y speaking. This veracious scribe says in all ser iousness that at the beginning of the legislative eession the restaurants anti other public eating places at the tempo rary capital fed their guests on the fat of the land, and inother respects treated them like lords. But a change has come over the spirit of the caterer's dreams. I As the session wanes, and he sees no cue- I tonlers coming forward to take the places of the great army of sages who havle iten making laws for lo, these ixty days. lihe begins to curtail the sup- 1 ply of Montana beef to the equ:,re foot of hash. and s..rves his potato: a with their i wnt'l..rt noli Note Ihow this heretical .\naconda ptsoini1-t puts it: *l'ie people of ih, ,;a ;r,1 very open andl doubt...

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 March 1893

SPECIAL COUNCIL MEETING, The Recommn ndations of thie Sewer Investigating/ ('ommit tee of Nine Adopted. Messrs. Swesaringen, White and lIun ter Appointed Arbitrators in the City's Interest. The city council mot in special session last night. Presout- Mayor Webster, Aldermen Randall, Jnensen, Cleeland, Cornelius and Tracy. Absent -(Gaunt. Burghardt and Currier. Clerk Leslie read the following report made by the coumnittee of nine. G(iivr FA ..,. ..'b. 27. To the Honorable Mayor Hill ( ouncIil of the City of (irelt tall - (;olentleein: The lellinittee of nino composed of Me.hrs. Ilinilall, liurghardt and Cornelius jofI lhe city council: King. Scott and l,.bbins of the b ard of tra l; Reynoldls, \V'hite and Illuntr oif the trades anlld labor council, dsiire to pIlhw before your honorablel body the follw ing report: 'Tho following motion offered by Mr. Scott was adopted by the iinmlitt(ee: That it is the sense of this e'miniuttte that from investigations mllae on the sewer, so far as un...

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 March 1893

STATE LEGISLATURE Coder Tried a Sharp Dodge on \Wart. a Dixon I)emoCrat, But it Didn't Work. A Bill Introduced to Make the House of Representatives Consist of Sixty-one Members. HELENA. Feb. 231.-(Special to TI'E TRInuNE.]-Bray and Matthews, the Sil ver Bow populists, voted for Dr. A. IH. Mitchell for United States senator to day. The speaker also announced that a pair between Coder, a republican, and Ward. a Dixon democr. t, would end to morrow. Ward made the pair expecting it to last till today. but Coder left town and the report is that he don't mean to return. Ward brought the matter up in the house on two o2casions and asked to b+ released from the pair. Tiallat offer. ed a resolution to that effect. The house decided that the pair was a imat ter between Ward and Coder, and if the I latter was taking advantage of it Ward had a right to terminate it whenever he i saw fit. The ballot todxy resulted: Clark 25, Mantle 31, 1 ixon . Mjitch.el! 2, Couch 1. Hunt 1. In the house today t...

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 March 1893

VILLAINOUS WORKMANSHIP. That is What Investigation shows on the North nide Lateral Sewer". Sone Strong Indications That a Cer tain Person is Seriously to Blame. The lateral sewer examinations are still in progress at several points, and as as far as the pipes have been uncovered they show that the work has not been performed as required by the specilica tions and contract. The contractor ad mits bad work on the pipes ba-k of Sheriff Hlamilton's house, and will do the job over. They were not uncovered. The charges that the pipes running past the Catholic church and across Meventh street were broken in places, that no ce ment had been used, and that there was a "jog" of several feet between the con nections of the pipe in the tunnel run ning under Seventh street was disputcd by the contractor. Work was com menced Wednesday morning in digging down to the pipes at each end of the tunnel, a depth of twenty-one feet, and cleaning the earth off the pipes in the tunnel. The work was finishe...

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 March 1893

A GENERAL STORE A Regulation Blizzard hlan Taken PoI session of the Entire Northlwest--it is the Worst Yet Encountered. Thunder and Lightning Ar'onlmpanie.l the Stornm at Mason ('ity. la..--Mchll Suffering is Anticipated. ST. F..wr., Feb. 27.-Specials from points through the Dakotas, Wisconsin, northern Iowa and Minnesota state that a heavy snow-storm has been raging since early this morning. Probably the worst blizzard of the season is in prog ress tonight all over the northwest. From every direction comes reports of rapidly falling temperature, and at t) o'clock it is below zero and getting colder at all points heard from. A strong wind is blowing and snow is drifting bully. Trains are blockaded in every direction anti nearly alil regulars are abandoned tonight. In South i)akota fromn right to six teen inches of snow has fallen. while throughout Minnesota the average is from sixteen to tlwent)-four incllhes. MIuch sutffering is nticipated thrugllh ,out D)akota. as manacy belie ved...

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 March 1893

'"''"'WEEKLLY TRIBIINE. Vila ,, oUr Pra.r. tta-- se Steele's Lung Builder l o U For that Cold. NEWTON'S DRUG STORE. A .er. Bottle Ouroateed. EWTON'S DRUG STORE. J. . NEWTON'S Drug Stor,. VOLUME XIU. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, MAU('1[ 10, 1893. NUMBER 97 SOMETHING FOR NOTH ING. During this week we will make up FREE OF CilAllt;E A I.0 AND Apron Gingliaus Bought of us from Mon day morning to Saturday 12 m. Dyn't overlook our Cor set and Hosiery stocks. We show fine styles, best quali ties and lowest prices. GLASS ;BLOCK STORE. 207 CENTRAL ANiNIE Verge, Hathorne & McKenzie "Town Lots FOR SALE. Make your own Selec tions. 'Special Inducements to Buy NOW! Call atlthe Townsite office and ask for a plat and the latest price list. The cheapest proposition mad as yet. Lots on the North Side, on Sec ond Third and Fourth Avenues JI,ooo: and $%oo; on Fifth and Sixth Avenues, SSo and 60o. On Second Avenue South beau tiful lots along the water main and two blocks front the Central Av...

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 March 1893

CLFVELAND INAIIGIHA'E 0 Vast Multitudes Assemble at Washing ton to Witness the Imposing Ceremonies. The Spectacle One of the Most Magnif icent in the Annals of Our Country. The Inaugural Ceremonies Were Con cluded by . Grand Ball in the Fension Building. \',,: u . aJI'rch 1. T iht pr. verb .t l s"at. ln r faile. d th, p esi ,iet -lct, 'thd y. \C\heth r it augureI CLEVELAND'S CABINET 4Sk -' -ýý RE A Y1 p R SH1AM. joHiN C. ARLISLE. NE Ltj ~'LT~A~ a -·L -Y tip \- .4~· 11I YAi1R8R `TEL tQok0 " n. 9 *' . kRICARP" OLNEy 0 ./ ~ good or bad to those who see in every manifestation of the elements an omen for good luck or misfortune is a question which each soothsayer must settle in his own mind, for the fiercest weather of the day began an hour before the con clusion of President Harrison's term of office and raged for an hour Cleveland had been inducted into office. Thus Harrison's administration went out in a cnow storm and Cleveland's term was ushered in with icy wind and sleet, Soon afte...

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 March 1893

continued from Second laege. sylvania avenue where other organiza tions fell in line and began the march up towards the white house. The guns at Fort Meyer, at Washington barracks and at the navy yard which had thun. dered out the presidential salute when Harrison left the white house, again thundered a Ipresidential salute when President Cleveland took the oath of olicte. P'resident ('letveland andi e-cort moved rapidly towards the white house, followed by the inaugural trocessio, . Acres of humanity, surgr.g like a sea. occupied every availablh spot of the grounds in the vicinity of the White 'House, end as the president made his appearance, another cheer signalled his presence, which was taken up and reached down thel avenues and byways till the sound was like the roar of a troubled ocean. The inaugural parade, which was un der the command of (hen. Martin G. McMahon of New York as grand mar shal, was composed of two grand divis ions, eat-h grand division being in turn sub divided...

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 March 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. MAR0H I0. 18I5. WHAT WE ARE DOINGI. An intelligent correspondent in the east wants to know what is going on at Great Falls this year. and what we think of the outlook. As to what is going on, the list is a somewhat formnd able one, but we shall give it in part: A great flouring p'ant and elevator re quiring :30l horse-power to operate, will soon be running. This represents an investment of large capital, and the employment of many men. The Tovnsite company is putting in a custom power plant to be run by water of 1,:k3) horsepower. with faciities to is crease It to 53,tkk horsepower. The city is putting in an extensive sewer system, which, despite a frustrat ed attempt at imperfect work, will be equal to any in the country when com pleted. C'entral avenue, the main thorough. fare, is to be finely paved with vitritied brick for several blocks as soon as the spring opens. Seventy-tire thousand dollars will be expended this year on improvements to the water w...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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