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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 31 March 1893

nI ouv - _ FEABREICT E WAN'IIOUR CIGAR TRADE U 1 E f E / T I)J1)1 TNL T' 1Ma rood t Chute Ptrce -AT- Orn Onoe Cizo rs- 3 for 2Oc. N'S DRUG STORE. rr aJ WJ. I. IIwTOI'S Drug Store. VOLUME XII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, MARC.I 31, 1893. NUMBER I1fi IU sGAND EASTER OPENING THURSDAY, MARCH 30 -OF Millinery, Natural Plants, Fi.ners - AND) DRY GOODS. We shall or THIIURSDI)A, MARCH ;oth, display a beauti ful stock of N.EW SPRING MILLINERY, including; PATTERN IIATS direct trom PARIS, and aIl,' the work of Miss Boshuyzcn, the manager of this department, who has had the benefit of a training in P'arts, Lononln and New York. We shall also INAUGURATE1 a weekly s;dl of NAIURAL. IPLANTS and FI.OWERS at this opening. We have made arrangements that will allow tus to display the beautiful pro ductions of RUSSELL'S (REEN HIOUSES at prices as low as they are sold at in any city of t!h I nion. Selaei'I Sali, FPid' Mai'h 31 . We shall plhace on our bargain table two I;radec ut Towel,. both s...

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. — 31 March 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE FRIDAY. MAICH 24. IMg. (.HIAT IFAI.LS Is INTERELISTED. The titth session of the trans.Missies sippi congress will be held at Ogden, Utah, on Monday, April 24, and delegates are expected from all the states west of the Missouri river to discuss such topic. as irrigation, arid lands, silver, the pub. lic lands, Pacitic coast harbors, the im provement of the Mississippi and the Missonri, and similar subjects of western interest. The deliberations of the congress will be reported at length by the Associated Press, thus disseminating information about the west among the people of the east. Montana should be fully repre sented at the meeting, and Great Falls should have at least one active delegate to look after her interests. The basis of representation is as fellows: The gov. ctrnor of each state and territory has a right to appoint ten delegates; the coun ty coillistitnierN or county judges may :to e l.: , t;,; e fro n each county: . ,r.- .f ;. tt .. n., Iuuli ,itite...

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. — 31 March 1893

INAIAN IN TOWN. Arrives in Great Falls and ('nuses Get annlllllllltion AuIIIIIh S the People. 4 Chin %an i: 'anted i teli (eat SBec-Ilive of Enterprieli:q and I ndustry. was conmidIranIo excitement in yesterday afternoon and last r the arrival of a Chinaman the suuky hills of Iutte. No d the pigl-tailed Celestial plant wooden soled shoes upon the l of Great Falls, than the news e a prairie tire over the city. athen wended his way tip Cen ue he was followed by a large people, all anxious to get a of a Chinanman who had the stop in a city where the peo race are excluded. time John rueahed the corner nd street the crowd numbered he was surrounded and ques as to his object in con.ng helrc. lo thatur e.as going to open iup eo house" as soon,(1 as a ront could rid. This annllouncement wasn with his es by the cr,vld. and forthwith notified to pull nut.ide city lhnite or lh duck'd in the rI mIVe-. put lUl eld hint o nf o the first but as not train was likely to ltavt; today the policemuit l...

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. — 31 March 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. MARCH 24. 1898. AN TO THAT C4HINAMbAN. This paper has refrained from making any comment on the recent Chinese episode, deemiug it best to wait until the feeling of excitement had subsided. It should be possible now for every resi dent of this city to consider the matter coolly and rationally. and we give an ex tract from the Sunday sermon of Mr. RIeid, the Congregational minister, as presenting the view of a fair minded, thinking man. Mr. Reid, referring to the Chinese episode, said: "The might of public sentiment is ir resistible. Once get it into ationt it can accomplish anything. lBt 'there's the rub.' The trouble is that the public conseoucie sleeps too easily. It is roused only by some dire catastrophe. But if it were constantly on the watch it would foresee and forestall the misc lief in its small beginning. And it is here that we are all at fault. For the pablic con science is simply the combined play of individual consciences; and it is the ' duty...

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. — 31 March 1893

WAH TO THE KNIFE. 'flu lolItctiit ainl dSliirtllhnrn Rlepiali. 4aiiM llave E;uon.. on tile "V'isiting Stiitec',.ge." 3lake :p a Sl:ate undl (' onll the(I Exeuative Couutmmittee. I'olities was red-hot on the streets yes. terday. The Ilolstein and S;horthorn factions of the republican happy family were investigating each other's political records and exposing the many wee it spots in party fealty. It was a sltrhrn outburst on the part of the Shorthorns, for they had only discovered a lmeanl trick of the Holsteins, concocted the night before at the meeting of the Ire publican city executive committree. I'or several weeks it has been quin:ly hitted that a little game was in progress to spring a trap and force the republican city convention to nominate certain men of the Holstein wing of the party for mayor, treasurer, attorney and police justice. The big bull of the Holstein herd was to head the ticket for mayor. and a three-fourths blood for attorney, half blood for treasurer and an ei...

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. — 31 March 1893

MILLIONS GO WRONG, A Pension uliing Which Gave Iliria Expelnse to All Sorts of People. It .Wai Contrary to Iv w bit lih Fuet Was 'llllnuoticeed ror mllle Tilnl. Wtaonist..t,~ . March '21.- It has beer discovered today that one of the nmos' important rulings eter made in tihe ad ministration of the pensions has relatin ed unpromiulgated, so far as the publit knows, for more than five months, ant that this decision reverses a ruling un der which fully e2,(.t,(Ni) have been wrongfully paid out. The facts are st important as to require a statement ul length. It is learned that on Sept. '2 last, Asseastant Secretary Ilussey made a pension decision heretofore unpublish ed which radically changed the practice of the department as to the disposition of accrued pensions in certain cases, and established anew and important ruin as to the reimbursement of expense], last sickness and burial, under section 1.718 R.evised Statutes. Hltherto it has been uniformly held that under sections ,6t,92. L...

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. — 31 March 1893

THE FALLS SILVER SMELTER, Details of the Plant as Published in the Engineering and Mlining Journal. Cold Facts About ne of tihe Finent Reduction Works in the Worldl. Gradually the outside world is becom ing informed regarding the enormous ad vantages that exist here for the reduc tion of ores and refining of metals. There is yet much for the world and for the people bore to learn on the subject, but it is gratifying to know that the light is beginning to break. As a statement of plain facts concern ing the great Boston & Montana plant here the followinr from the New York Engineering and Mining Journal is of decided interest: "The works of the Montana Smnelting company at G(reat Falls, Mont.. were planned by Mr. A. Eilers. T'heirg'neral arrangement ditfers very mutch from that of the two works previously discussed. In the latter tile longest extension is parallel with the row of f'urnaces; at the Montana works this is reversed. A strik ing feature is the extensive roasting plant ...

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. — 31 March 1893

A DREADED PIRATE. BLACKBEARD LOOKED ENOUGH LIKE SATAN TO EE A BROTHER. The Feroelotls Rlobber of the Ruas Had a Fashion of (.ettlng Himself Ip In a Hideouns and Reptllsie Mnllnuer-Story of His Snerst uful o3age(V . Pamlico sonud, now the haven of the storm tossed mariner and the home of peaceful industry, was once the theater of far different scenes. In the beginning of the last century its placent waters re flected a flag which struck terror to thousands of hearts and paralyzed the commerce of the New World; the thick ly clustering vives and luxuriant growths fringing its shores concealld, lik, the original Eden. a hiding devil, the fo.,f tiod mad man-Blacklnsard, the pirate. From a strange tenldency of lultIllall I);I ture the life of thll pirate plossess t f;ie cinating interest, nolt only for the slrlmall Iboy who dlevolllul 1he: ipages of Ihis half time yellow hack r13,w 1. but allo for th111 r3ader of stronger jdgmnlll t alld betlt.r taste. Indeel .rIle of thll g:cate.I writer...

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 April 1893

Mont HitoriuMl 8oo0etl " " (1NOWEEKLY TRIBUNE. A HI E WATCN REPAIRING, W.ATCHER, : : DIAMON UP, JEW ELLRY MANUFVACTURING STEERLING 8ILWERIWARO, AT " ICE JEIWELRY . W, g. OHAMBERLAIN'S I o rCentrl Atnuu VOLUME XII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1893:. NUMBER 12:1 A DEMOCRATIC SCOOP Helena (Comen Into Line with larger Demnciratlt' Pluralities Than ITenal. .ohl (. Cnrtin Elected Mayor by a Plurality of Five Hundred and Nine. IItI.aNA, April :l.-Special to Tur. Tnantncx.I -- The democrats today re elected John C. Curtin mayor by .:J9 plurality; C. B. Garrett, city treasurer, 276 plurality, and T. E. Crutcher, police magistrate, 131 plurality. They also elected Lissner. Cox, and Flaherty to the council, and the next council will stand nine democrats and five republicans. atII't:EME COIIIT I)lDECII.ON. It 1., ItriegurIing the . ri *.ring or ('trim lainc InI Nortl Iº)kota. Wa4.~to(;'oN, April 3.--( hief Justice l'uller today announcedl the decision of the supreme court in ...

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 April 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, FRItDAY. A'IIL 1. 18P3. slLV.II (COINA(GE MUST ((OME. The question of silver coinage is one of pre-eminent importance to tils country. Every day now evidences are seen that our tinancial affairs cannot long go on in the present state of uncertainty and fluc tuation. The money gamblers will have to be overthrown and silver rehabilitated before tlh business of the people can be placed upon a satisfactory basis and be fore the general prosperity of the coun try can be assured. .\t present there is certainly a great stringency in the money marle.t. Money seenl to be scarcer thal usual at this seasson o the year in almost all markets. and there atre grave feats among nmen whvlo are bet informodl that this year will hfrdly he pa[.e.,i withou :t a s.riony finan cial c:iis. 't.er,' is one fI ng. and tlte thing only. whith titat save I0,e dty, ali that is the r yt-t ,t liattio ,, silver. It ldoes ntot Matter aitetr what nt'n' this ia done. i'erhatls it woublt be .vell 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. — 7 April 1893

CRUSHED TO DEATH J. H. Mason Met a Horrible Fate in an Elevator at St. Louis, Missouri. A Terrorizing Pair of BIrother-s Make Things Lively in an i idi 1ne 'Town. LousHsvt.r, April 1.-J. II. Mason of the J. H. Mason Publishing company of St. Louis met with a horrible death in the Commerce building late this after noon. Mason entered the elevator to go to the ninth floor to visit his Louisville branch office. When the ninth floor was reached Carl Russell, the elevator boy, opened the door before the car had been stopped. Mason stepped partly out when the car started upward esuldenly, catching his head between the rim of the floor of the car and the top of the gate. The elevator could not be stop ped and Mason wea drawn into a knot. breaking all the iron frame work, and was dashed to the pavement in the base ment, ten stories belov. EIvery bone in his body was broken and his head wast mashed to a jelly. The elevator boy, who was a subhtitute. stopped tho ele vator on the tenth floor a...

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 April 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, FIIIDAY. APRIL 1. I.I. TIIE lt.%itE Ofi IITTTLE. It is a sad disitppointment to the denm ocrats of this city that the republicans did not succeed in nominating Mr. RIolfe for mayor, tI>ot we must stand it. It was doubtless as great a disappointment to the aspiring editor as it was to the op posing par ty. and so we shall have to call it even. But now the republi:aln are in the lield, and it behoaves the democrats to be up and doing. 'rho enemy in nomi nating Mr. Ilurgy has put in the field a man of lttesh and blood, and he must hi., defeatitcd by the nomination of ia botter andi stronler man if such a one is avail able. Thir contest will hinge larolty upon lpublic policy. aiioi lar,-ly tperhaps than upon iti l tier, i'prsonnel of the tickets. [li" vtere of lhe city atr fully alive to the ,italtii lity lar aware that aI ,.]i, - i ul w " 'I , lhS l 1 ,, ri a1lo in ,ll ( 1 do p ,: t i , I ii r, .r h, i i, n ig a b o u t t hit( iii' l. t" i -"" i v,:t ' nceeiltl ....

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 April 1893

UNION RELIGIOUS SERVICE, An inpressive Easter Celebration at the Opera House Last Sunday. Clasic. al lllusi Artistically Rendered By Local Talent--letail. of ProI'grannie. "In union there is strength," was ad mirably illustrated in the union religious service for E.ster held at the opera house on Sunday. It was a union ef fort, not only of the various religious denominations of the city, but of many citizens who make no claim to being formal Christians: and while the stage, which was beautifully decorated with flowers and plants, accommodated the Choral society of nearly 100 voices the orchestra and the ministers of the gospel of all the sects reprsoented here except the Catholic and Episcopal, the audito rium was throngedl as it never was be fore by an audience comprising "all sorts and conditions of men," every one of whom was impressed with the e leomnity of th-, occasion. so that it seemred that a deep religious fervor had posesesion of every heart when the servite was fairly be...

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 April 1893

VANISHING SEATS. Mantlo . . Scarcely lie Able to tRa IIn Jludaing from t ppearafrle. liangerts That Would Result founl .eating etnetotl' Appointed by til ternIol't s, t .Ite<. \V'.ismix ,ro., March i : i 'tolay's cei etun of the senate was dlevote'. lalnmost wholly to tlh debate stalrted yesterday on the questiun of the atdmission of the senators appointed by governors. T'h't :ice prctident laid before the senitte a resolution reported frmu tilt L.oltullitt'lee en privilegies and elections i,'tlairiin l.ete Mantle, appointed by thlt governor of Montana, entitled to his biat in the teu ate. Mr. Chandler asked unautnious .onsent to withdraw at resolution otffered tiv thium esterday and to substitute for It oun direvctintg thie collllittee oii prii iegt's and elections to inllvetig it' a state menit derogatory to Stenator Pol'wer uf .\entane coitahi' int h te \at hintton ot lof -ttterdayi . t id to report iwht i'lt' any, ant i"f .(1 what tionlt C)l:t beIll. taken th re tlti by th le...

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 April 1893

SOME NEEDS OF THE CITY, (inod Men .More Important Tihan Poll. lis in )Mr. Ihouvan's Opinimlon. DIlvI Shouldm! be Suppressedl and the Liquor Trafic Dluly itegulateit. It is a great help to any community to possess citizens who will express their opirtles freely for publication. James Donovan, the well known lawyer, Is one of this kind. liHe has distinct views on public questions end the following is a verbatim report of what he said to a Tau.HIun reporter pesterday: "What has become of the citizen's movement for a citizen's ticket in our city election? For some unknown cause the matter has not been mentioned in our local papers lately. Have tne citi zens lost interest in the coming election? or have party leaders directed silence on this imuportant movement? Every citi zen, tax payer and laborer in our city recognizes the importance of refotorm in our city government. The recent ex posures have completely convinced all men that the city government has been derelict in its duties duri...

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 April 1893

HIS LAST FIGHT. Dan Donovan of ('leveland Klilled in a Prize Fight at Maple Bay. He IWas Struck a Terrific Blow Behind the Ear and Never Recovered ('onu'in.otlness. SYRACt~t:, N. Y., April 3.- Five hun dred sports witnessed a sensational glove tight at Maple Bay, an Onondaga resort, last night, between Joe l)uffee of this city and Dan Donovan of Cleveland. There was no police interference and the tight took place without interruption by the sheriff or his deputies. none of whom were present in an official capacity. It was 9:30 o'clock when lieferen I'. J Donohue of New York entered the ring and announced that the men were ready. The next moment Donovar appeared, followed by his seconds. Dully followed a moment later. The seconds tossed for corners and I)onovan won. 'Timmy Lynch won the toss up for gloves. Time was called by the referee and like a fla.h the tmen sprang to the center of the ring. Duffee did all the work in the first five rounds, landing on DI)notan's face or body at w...

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 April 1893

"'" WEEKLY TRIBUNE. AP'"" AT RICK JGIYLLRY. W. E. CHAMBERLAIN'8 Ifl Central A~enur VOLUME XII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 14, 1813. NUMBER 12!. THE STRIKE ENDED. The World's Fair Strike lels Il-en SatisfaHetorily Adjusted to Iloth Pnrties. The Men Aecompllshed Really Noth ing-- The rtio to Work Twioay ans sunal. CllloAno, April 10.- The great strike at the world's fair is a thing of the past and the men will walk back to work to morrow morning and ninety-nine out of 100 will work for the same pay and the same hours as before the strike. For the first time since the inception of or ganized labor it came squarely in con tact with the United States government, and while all questions of wages were satisfactorily settled the right of the em ployer to use non-union or union men, the right of men to be in the ranks of organized labor or without them, was in sisted upon by the national representa tives and acknowledged by the union non themselves, for twelve hours to lay t...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 14 April 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. APRIL 14. 1881. Till: GIIROWTH OIF (IGEAT FA II.e. In the census of the city just complet ed we have a delmonstration of the rapid growth of one of the most remarkable cities on the American continent. Scarcely eiglt years have passed since the first settler built his cabin on the site where now stands a city of over 10. (1) souls contaiiung all tl.u comforts and luxuries of miodern civilhzation, and the gomcsn and workshops of one of the hap piest and most progressive communilties on the globe. At the city' g;ates ar scoceu of the most extensive coal delpositsin the world, while near by are inexhaustible mines of iron. copper, silver. leaIC, gold and prec ious geols, the ,levclopmcont ofi which has scarcely bIc-cn blegun. \'citnclll the pr.eeincts of the city is thc- grandest water lvIp r on earth, cc power ser Scilchnir ably situate, cl at i[cstributel that all its millioll howrs(c lowe'r .cl icc remade Ivail ai., at ,ii-leraclt. cexpcne. New enter Inri...

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 April 1893

DESTRUCTIVE STORM A ycelone S wept Over Western New York. D)oing Oreaat laimagte. There is a Strike on thelt Santa Fe Ssftem For an lnirease of Pay. BUFFvAI., April R.-A storm swept over western New York yesterday and great damage was done by the cyclone. Roughly estimated, the damage to crops and buildings will reach many thous ands of dollars. It is impossible to tell what damage will be done to vineyards. At Springville a barn belonging to VTed der Hemetreet was blown down. Hie was caught by timbers and crushed to death, and a hired man was seriously in jured. The stor u unroofed buildings all around Springville. At Westlield trees two feet in diameter were uprooted. iMany large buildiugs were unroofed and smaller structures blown from t.hir foundations. Many greenhouses are de stroyed. At Brockton orchards and vineyards are badly torn up, trees up rooted and stores leveled to the ground. At Dunkirk trees were torn up, wires blown down, the cupola swept from a residence, and the ...

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 April 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY. APRIL 14. 1893. MAYORI (iELATiORi'1E. The clash of battle is ended, the smoke has cleared away, and we find that the biggest prize of the contest has been won by the united and victorious democracy. After the slet of May Mayor (ielsthorpe will hold the reins in city affairs, and re form will be the order of the day. The old regime has run its course and now, under the inspiration of an awakened public conscience, a new order of things will be inaugurated. Dr. Gelsthorpe has proven himself to be a good runner, and the public be lieves that he will win as a public ofit cial as distinctly as he hasuat the polls. He is an enlightened man, with broad ideas and experience, and one who will not be hampered by narrow ideas or pre conceived opinions. He1 will ascertain what the particular needs of the city are. and will then try to fulfill them. lie will appoint only the best men to the otffices within his gift, because he under stands that this is a subject in wh...

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