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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 10 March 1893

THE BISHOP'S PLAIN TALK, He Thinks That Christianl Ministers and People Shouhl lDo More Praltitral Work. By Following The Example of Christ They Might Accomplish More Good. Bishop lirewer has been in town for several days and is holing some inter esting religious services at the Episcopal church. On Friday) evening he had a good congregation, but at the services on Sunday morning and evening.the church was thronged, and there seen.med to be much interest in the Hlishop'a work. At the close of the mornine services five ladies were ounlirmed andi the greater part of the congregation remained for the communion. The Bishop took for the subject of his discourse at the morning service that portion of the life of Christ which was emphasized by the throngs of people of all classes seeking hmn for his teachings and for the good he was enabled to do them. Tho"publicans and sinners" and the common people were anxious at all times to hear his teachings, and while many went to jeer they often 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. — 10 March 1893

ADJOURNED SINE DIE And Without Electing a United States Senator-Disgraceful Scenes Mark the Closing Hours. The Appointment of Senator Will Probably Take Place Next Week Who 1 Will lie lie! HELENA, March 2.-lSpecial to THe, TRainiCE.I--The tinal scene in the sena torial tight was enacted in the auditor ium here today, when the joint assembly with the democrats in majority of one. adjourned sine die, without electing a United States senator, and :eft the ap pointment with the republican governor. Fully four thousand spectators wit nessed the dramatic scene. The assem bly had been adjourned to the auditor ium for fear the hall of the house would not safely accommodate the great crowd. W. A. Clark, the democratic caucus nominee, had kept his forces from break ing on the false claims that he would get enough republicans to elect in spite of the opposition of friends of Congress man Dixon. The first incident was when Senator Hatch of Park voted for Clark. The first name on the house roll ...

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 March 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. MAIRCH 8.18 1B. ('IEVEL.NI'N INAOUGURATION. Yesterday was a glorious day for the democratic party and for the entire reo public. The new order of things at Washington means much to the country as a whole. It means a fair and honest adjustment of the civil service; a reform of the tariff, and the establishment of the tinances of the country upon a firm and secure foundation. In the history of the republic there has probably not been a president who entered upon his duties more fully equippedl than Mr. (:leveland is at this time. lie had four years of experience as toe chief magistrate of the natlin, and the four succeeding years have been de voted to practical business affairs and to a close study of the history and the needs of the United Stales. It may he justly said that 1Ir. Clveoland' knll edge of the country is somewhat limited. his actual acquaintnce is ,ontined within the lknits of Ne;w York. New IEngland, and Virginia. lie is a stranger to the wes...

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 March 1893

DEMOCRATIC GAUCU: The Democrats of the Seunte P'repa: ing Plans for the IReorganiza tion of That Bodty. There Is a Spirit of ()ppositio n Again.s Meating Senators Appointed b1y (.overnors. WAsHINO(TOx, March 7. --The demo cratie caucus which met in the senati chamber this morning was well attended Just what course the democrats intend to pursue towards the populists has beer a matter of interesting conjecture since it was shown that the democrats had a clear majority of their own. The action today indicates that the populist sena tor, are to be ignored. Senators Kyle of South Dakota and PetTer of Kansas, the old populists, and Mr. Allen, the now Nebraska populist, were not invited to attend the caucus, and to this extent, at least, it would seem they had been pur posely neglected. Mr. Martin's case was, however, different. Mr. Martin, of Kansas, although elected by fusion votes, is considered a democrat, and as such was invited by Mr. Gorman to attend the caucus and he was present a...

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 March 1893

U ATE II PHAI C! @ EIOENBERG'S ~"'c flztul l " WEE K Y TRIBUNE. youPreiptuo. GRA FA O N RID ING TAC Ul s Clium Russell Cigars DRUG STORE. "J. I. LEWLTOn'S Drag Store. Preidlenj. XII. GREAT FALLS, MON'TANA, FRIDAY MORNING, MARC.I 17, 1.93:. NUMBER 10l; tl -l - .....-. . dlSS BLOCK STORE. 207 CENTRAL ANENUE NOTI9N STOCK We have just received live grose of Household Ammonia, in pint hottles, which we are selling at Sc per bottle. A m monia s one of the finest things in the world to soften water and remove saoils from clothing. We have a very fine line of toilet soaps at 5, 10 and 15 cents per cake, which are in every respect equal to soaps sold by other dealers at twice the price of ours. ROSIERY We are unquestionably head qnarters for Hosiery. (Our SFast Black, double heels and toes, full regular made Hlose for ladies and children, are equal to any ilose sold at 12c by any house in the east. Weo als carry a very fine stock of Fancy Colored Silk Hoste. TOWELS We have done a very large ...

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 March 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY. MAHiCH B . 10. THE prospects of seating Mr. Mantle do not seem to grow any brighter. The matter was laid on the table yery hard, and it is hard to tell when it will be taken off the table. Tot: people's party of California now has an organ at San Francisco called "Fair Play." It is a good name for a paper, but the paper will probably have to work a good while before there will be much of the real article in American politics. CoN...tla.r;,i. the gravity of his crime, Jake HIarris got off with a very light penalty. The jury was probably: led to be lenient by the fact that Jake lost his leg through his crime, and it is to be hoped that the effect of his light sen tence will not be to make other desper adoes as reckless as he was. Tm: otlice of muineral land cominmis sioner fur this sta'e should have been done away with by the legislature. It has be:nile a sinecure and suhil an otlice, eosting the state d.(;,ki per annum, shouli been abolished. As it was to ...

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 March 1893

WANTS TO SEE IT. President (Cleveland Han Withdrawn the IHawaiiian Treaty from tiltre Senate. IIl Inte ntions I~ieghnrling It Are Not Kno-wn - It I, Tt lhought He Will SubstIitute Another. WAsiiNo.'roN, March 9. -Presldeni Cleveland's first executive communica tion to the senate came this afternoon and proved to be a surprise not only tc republican but to many democrats au well. in the communication President Cleveland withdrew the treaty with Iawaii which was sent to the senate a few weeks ago by President Harrison. The message was short, silumply request ing the senate to transmit to the execc tive the proposed treaty with Hawaii. it was received without comment on the floorof the senate. Republican senutors regard this action of the president as in line with the course he pursued in with drawing the Nicaraguan treaty sent to the senate by Presiuent Arthur in the closing days of his adllunistration. Democratic senators look upon the act from a twofold point of view, some taking th...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 17 March 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY. MARCH 17. lS. MUNICIPAL REFORM. Great Falls is not alone this year in favoring a citizen's movement in local affairs. Boston has a similar plan on foot which is thus referred to by the New York World: Mr. Samuel it. Capon, a prominent business man of much ability and influ ence, is the prime mover in the matter. His scheme is for a combination of the executive committees of various clubs and philanthropic organizations for com mon work in securing good government. The fundamental principle upon which the organization is to be cmducted is that the government of the ciTy is a mat ter of business solely. having no neces sary or desirable relation to the question of politics which constitute the issues between parties. It s,. therefore, non partisan in its lmemrbership and its aims. T'he new organizatior proposes to work on two lines. one of them is education al. the instraction of the citizens by \arious mieans in the kcowledge of mtu nicipal autffairs and t...

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. — 17 March 1893

MONTANA'S NEW GAME LAWS Synopsis of the Art Passed by the Last Legislature for Game Protectiomn. Severe Penalties Providedl for Its Vioe. Ition-lnformers Mlust Be Careful. The leglelature at its recent session made a new law for the protection of game in this state. For the benefit of the public the provisions of the new law are given below: The law makes it a misdemeanor to shoot or utherwish kill, for a period of ten yoears, any bison, buf falo, or quail or Chinese pheasant; anl for a period of six yeuars It likewiss, pro tects moose, eik, ott-r and beaver. The penalty for each offense is frosn S219 to $500 fine, or imprisolmelt in thei ofsuty jail from two to six months, or both tine and imprisonment, at the dihser,.tiun of the court. The pIossrcon of the blin, or meat, or offering for sale the un mounted head or horns of any sulch animals during the period mentioned, is to be prima facie evidence that the per son having them has killed tho animals in violation of the law. At the...

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 March 1893

PRIZE RING CHAT. Fltasimnmous Receiving the Congratui lations of Frlends--le Shows no Signs of a Fight. Hall Feels ils Defeat Keenly-lie Wants to Try it Again lWith or VWitholio t l4loves. N.w ORL.:A.S, March 9.-Fitzsim mons staid up late last night after the tight, remaining in a room on Canal street with a party of friends and receiv ing the congratulations of those who had won on him and who had been his ad mirers. He arose early this morning, however, donned his gray Prince Albert, and started out to make some calls with his intimate friends. lie was seen the moment he appeared on the street and there was soon a big crowd following wherever his footsteps led. He diJ not show a mark of his fight, but his face was just a little redder than usual. It did not swell from the effects of Hlall's blows. He expressed satisfaction at the good fortune that let him land when Hall was unprotected. Fitzsimmons has as yet made no ar rangements as to his future, but says he will never go out of...

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 March 1893

NON-PARTISAN PLAN, Business Men Say They Like It and Advice Its Adop tion.. Men of All Political Parties Favor a Citizens Ticket This Spring. In order to ascertain how the business men of Great Falls feel on the subject of a citizen's movement in local politics, STIuitruNo reportersyesterday interviewed many men who are interested in the city's welfare, and found an almost uni versal eontil.nt in favor of such a move ment at the present time. Some of those who were seen spoke as follows: Andrew Jensen- "I favor a citizen's movemeut this spring and think city aH fairs should always be contluctted with out drawing party lines. Weo want th heat men for city offices without regard to the party that claims their support in nati nal affairs" C. K. Cunningham -'.LPrty lines 1, no good in local matters, and ought to be thrown asida. All honest citizens should pull together for good city gov ernment." Norman J. Verge "In no other way can the best men of all parties be made to take a personal...

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 March 1893

FROM WASHINGTON. Ofliee-Seekers Thlrolng the White house inl Their Eagerness for Place. Tlhe Columbus ('aravels. Pinta and Nimna, on TLheir Way to unlha. WASHINArTN, March 13.--The senate discussed for nearly an hour today the resolution offered last week by Mr. Man dereon intended to limit the action of the senate to the present extraordinary session to executive matters. or to mat ters not requiring the co-operation of the house. Gorman favored that policy. but preferred to have it take the form of unanimous consent rather than of a res olution. Au objection to unanimous consent came from the democratic side of the chamber and the most strenuous opposition to the resolution came also from that side. The question finally went over without any dictlssion and the senate adjourned till Wedntllday. Tilhe' Olhfive-ýý" ke"r.. Seekers after ollice are as busy as ever I and were at the white house in full force today. It was rumored that ex-t'on gressmian Wheeler of Michigan has bcen selec...

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 March 1893

"IDUaT II PHIRIICY .4 ..ton,,P t CIGA.p PrD.e ill. your Ppt E K L Y Ta f. .CiOrU--3 Tr REc. OLUME XII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA,. . FRIDAY MORNINTOG,'S D Store. OLU.ME1. X'II. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIIDAY MORNING, MARCh 24, 1893:). NUMBER .. o lass Bloal STORE. * * OUR CORSETS AT * . D. si. P. C. ARNER'S. THOMPSON S 92,0 GLOVE MIILLING'S FITTING. assr Town Lots FOR SALE. Make your own Selec tions. Special Inducements to Buy NOW! Call tr't ie ' .&o nte office and ask for a pl.11 and the latest price list. The :cheapest proposition made as ye:. Lots on the North Side. on Sec ond Thirl and Fourth Avenues $1,ooo; and $8oo; on Fifth and sixth Avenues, $o00 and 6oo. On Second Avenue South beau tiful lots along the water main and two blocks from the Central Avenue Electric line $5oo. On the West Side lots are now offered for $400 and $5oo00 that in five years time will command a price of $2,000 and $3,ooo each. The reserved lots on all Aven ues are for sale at reasonable prices, easy term...

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 March 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. kItII)AY. MAtCH 2'. 18n1.. .1 I.1ST OI'I'O.NT'NITI'. It seems to Tltt.: Ta''litrn: that the silver states have lost an opportunity the like of which they are not soon to see again. Compelled by artilicial demands the treasury threw out feelers for gohl.d. O)tf'ers of large amuounts of the yellow metal were made in the west, but in every instancet the tenders were accotn panietd by the stipulation that treasury notes shoult be given in exchange. )Of course these otters came fromnl tankers. and bankers are essentially gold bugs as a rui't. but if each and every one of these tenders had been made with a distinct stipulation that silver .oin would be ac ceptt',l in exchange for the gold. the final nail iuld have been driven iii thel utllin of g buhl ogi:ii: in this countr%. \ i\, r.lard it as a nmsfortune that this vi a i. nt L unght of in tin:,, to iav1e the -i- , i ' t. , Id eh.i t That th i .'" . , ht,, t . . . . ;:I . ;i:i , t u. i' l ,,, t , " uti -t , i t, '.t ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 24 March 1893

,CLE SAM'S NAVY, e Now Take Rank nit the Fifth Naval Powe. of ftil Workltl. ni lant . Frae . , h'.i. ni, I.d .1r' SI iit, IPow n'i That i'rl I',,1' d I., Ilaaallll n N.i al I I t1 t. hi i-" r tlailr t Lit-r it i-it.' I : by ItI k i a i l l hI, n h l i , ,I " l p s ,,d < , 1 " ' , , , ta lcy til' th i lt i ,lt. aIni . I lt: , rl Annl l sl t1 in II''-t h t'ro , 1- 1. statrl tH lit hi lt ll ,,, ., lhip, " t l Il he ne authol i:1 ,1 i I" 111( 1 ilt -111 1 hat e I ipmtl i ci''l lli ,l t . I. -i I li ' alt - would still rantil, t.it,- I ti.'th itt, owr and that WitT ti-ren-Li h&ia merrl v ll' Males liltin s Iti.' I lllllt l i han ird of ou( r la aaulttini , ' iit( I lir t!, ,I r wealth nLll olne-iitlilrl, lithi e i( - yrea. l iut u.uil - il not l hi t iil lilti .lt ' I ho I:nited -iluatKc Illin '. \\i l 1iiiih, chipise nw in ror lto a i ~n ltruil tl ii, 'gonmpl ited we will rtilk ai theI tifth lntLce. Itullsii atll Italy]t. Wi l Slh ll hli\ st-t- tid tlli lllai tint l G'l'l . ihi' ...

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 March 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, . relc J FRIDAY. MARCH 4. 24is. OURI SPRIiNG (AMPAIGN. Too much can hardly be said of the importance of the spring campaign, which is now approaching. It is im portant not only because of the absolute need of a more efficient and businesslike administration but for many special rea sons. Men of trained intellects are required to govern a city well. The truth of this proposition has long been recognized. A city can lose as much through blunder ing on the part of her officials as from their downright dishonesty. with the additional drawback that a dishonest official may be brought to punisment, while a blundering one inflicts losses which must be borne without a murmur. In the past much loss has been suffer ed by this city from mal-administration. Favorites with a "pull" seem to have been able to get all they wanted. A lit tle thing that shows how the wind blows was the payment by the council on Mon day evening of 8271 to City Engineer Worley for surveyor's instrum...

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 March 1893

THE NEWS FROM NEIHART, Determined Effort to Have a Quartz Mill Built There-Bonus Offered. Three Trains a Week Will Now lie Run from Neihart to This City. 18pecirl Correspondeno of Tax TaaRIBU.1 NEIHART, March 18.-J. C. Kenmouth returned to camp this week on a visit to his family. W. H. Aldredge of Great Falls was in town the first of the week. B. B. Wells has been on the sick list for several days. Mrs. Arthur Fowle entertained a number of her friends at a whist party on Wednesday evening. Bishop Brewer of Helena was here for several days this week conducting ser vices in the Episcopal church. The rite of confirmation was very impressively performed at the Sunday morning ser vice. This growing congregation is now taking steps to begin the re~mtion of a new house of worship and has bought a beautifully located lot for the purpose. Yesterday being St. Patrick's Day, every loyal son of Erin appeared upon the streets with streamers of green rib bon flying from his buttonhole. In the eve...

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 March 1893

MONTANA'S PRIDE. TI'he Sliver Statue of Justice Was Sue coesfull' Vast at (halind 'ross inar lesteralay. It I Sa:lidl ," ll.' .M a s to I, , ,t (+ ll plete Mueen, s il.lll .%11 i lr rr ;itttInto a h ', " ..In,,++, h. I" tla .I' \,lo. idt't"li .f . I , ct i ' as . til t i t m p-i i tieIIi. iandi their business was tirst toa construct a mold i thic siliouirl rip'-i lute the l".r t iiiuti t rpliit of the ai li ii in the precious octal. inih, w* Cornl, to lit it i; llhout ai alt o ir tiMe iisl. Tl, i'oll ts malde of I renh l a . and i-heu it itas accurately mi-iu-e a hakiit tr,'e- ' , llot, li. 11, I ii harden i I tie It t.l I tl tt , it fur it for iti u ti .at- jIe t. It ti l w atc i t le iilteSe e of rlltl i st)l tlillhe i hi i thle l,I'l c.irtl+ iit, t lt]. il lr lil, I ". it sictu tied u-i -it I \\i,.h t h I +i li-ie lctp i t. nt t l t h il ,i r Ir' .i' derti t'; w re th rstlu I'c in tllp T\. 'a;l- 11 u her of thi iuath"n, l of tu., l • rv sideni t llI. i . l IIttqy hothi n] i itlh,...

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 March 1893

s O, H, CELEBRATIONI ,l.lrt t ailt Patriotli .\ddre-iie by ('. I'. ('nnolly ii lllllnne I; Donovan. IA 'rand Ilanl e and Sp lendid lian qlleti h in 11,nor of 1 t. The fathers and mothers and tons and daughters of the Irish race in (treat Falls appropriately celebrated the anni versary of St. Patrick, the patron taint of Inland, laht night in Elks' ball. The roomtu was beautifully die ratt id with flags, alnd r.d, white. hlue, at' trei.n ounting and wrealth and tie lbrilliancy of the electric lightls ithhi1 to l I ' itchti' of dey oralt il granl l l l 1. 'T'ho cnu ital.e' (of rrl'l i lellt it n :ll pri r n t I ,'atir. enoulc to li t:,'l i :i an foti , i t, i they iee lll l o tInfcurli dltl i ithe met, r v1 w.rn ,i,. I i . iit ti.,i tirlant, rititi rtitiotwhi. after it fit l 't intro- h l,,,d ;-r' : ,1 ,f I.' 11 ,.t " . , teti' Ig (ti '. I'.e i t'n, l lyi'. I ; l !riI , :it who ep)lk,, for h tlf l ,t h1 r '1 ~n , 1.i ,t rick' e (it ." II, lIr w w ,ed t, It ' 1 try ,,f th I lu h tt J i...

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 March 1893

VERY TAME AFFAIR. The Coney Island Athletic Club's Con tests Productive of Very IAt tie Amusement. Dixon and Siddoms Have a Walking Match-They Were (Guyie by the Audience. CoisEY Ist..o. March 20.-A crowd of sporting men tonight came down to the Coney Island Athletic club in anti. cipation of seeing contests between Jack McGee and Billy McCarthy of Australia, and Dixon and Siddons. McGee and McCarthy appeared at 8::10 and the usu al preliminaries were gone through. First round-McGee landed several times on McCarthy's body. He followed with smart left on ear. Lively work kept McCarthy busy until the end of two minutes, when McCarthy landed his right on McGeo'& chin. scoring a clean knockdown. McGee took nine seconds and came up. still rushing. The round was a lively one. showing Mc Carthy to ba very slow and awkward. In the second and third rounds M3c Carthy pranced high and Mc(iee him self was feeling gay. In the fourth round Mc(ece poundled at the A.\ustralian's stomachi. Metcl...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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