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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 28 April 1893

SUPPLEMENT THE STI)IlT OF AN A1EItCIN SUCCESS How Boobs Are Made---From the Pulp Mill to the Library Shelf. WHAT A "STANDARD" STAFF REPORTER SAW At the Lr.rgost Co k-Making E tab'ishment in the World An Inltoresinr Intirv ,yv Wi.h t.io Presl 3antof the Werner CJmpan r, in Which Some of Their Sc. ots ot S.ic;oss Arc Disclos3'd. par nia Il<*rai ' ' rt *It ria t itn ge f'1 itt1, a1a flu aTI. .,ql'' l .r'rlrl I at'rrtt.l It I, ri. ly l . " ta ' htill .t' t11 lI£ ? l:r Ilhi.a-s in .-'' I 'l.t i.'r l 01 Itar l:s, 1 'r. Ill , r l. tll ll++llX, w'ith 111v r l i: l " - r, + willI tIII*.II+ >:it'l'l 1ll'tl l I';h sII+'++.ih to", i"s t o i *,,, f' :i lianit ' aIltta iitt •'' rt'ttiaflaoaal' rystra]i tayi I t'. I. itetrt 'tl r '1 'l1e.aet I t BrI'l ttit tll tca na'a h.+ t.' h,' i . 'er ' IChi'a ta r' aa t anino Ira tel1l1 altari' rh t ;. 0" H II illiesed IIl the raat pai ', . ti;tat hlea '*t er atit, ] at Ia 1tit ý ' i I f n, 1 Ili;." 1 It thIL ,',It:. ,t II, a I,:ltnl hoa l Iablar.Ia,1t ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 28 April 1893

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Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 28 April 1893

come to appreelata Its merits tand utieftul ness enollugh to puirebase thie set at rZflliar rates, which, after all, they mustll.t tllit is a very reasoinabltle prreo for I, ho,ik' . Tits, you set, ti t tie tl u t s.lli at ill. '. tiUetoly rates will Ito the lmeans of stililt g tWo molre at regtll:llat 'itai. I asstured .tr t''ernertht htt i St.ln ANtI would be glad to conti, Ihii Z, offer to its subscribers itideflitetly; that it wast glad To Serve ii, I'ul. !it in this way. anid boesides that it was indi rectly deriving conlsidcerablle profit fromi the arrangement, as there tre large nrlum bers icotnoing subslltcribors to the STAND~ AnIt) for the express Iptrttpose of availingl thllemselves of the ST.tANDARt't s special offer. "We do not qllstion your willinllgnes." heo ainswered, "but you see we iimust coln sidlr oulr own Inlterests in this ltmatter: we hattle to depolendl oil our lfler sale for Ithe 'roit of our Monltant hulliness., anl it liIeit be left to our judgtient to dcid...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 28 April 1893

Tfalcs ol tl.e Timcs. TRUE STORIES AND FANCIFUL YARNS ILLUSTRATIVE OF MODERN LIFE AND CHARACTER. .- 1:III8 t hay been tiled it the courts * l of ilbs eity, sa. s it Lanark .lln. itin. Ill., core Ipotidentl of the Philadelphillia lmre, a suit for divnrce ont grotlitunds probably the uost extraordinlary In the anntals of the law, IltesI geroundsl being that a hIona ile gthost pelvelntla tihe lady brhiging the .suit frot living tuit her hlisband ill anty degree of mntri.monial quietudle atid happiness. Th plaintilff is Mrs. Titeresa Baldwint, nee iss I;ipple deane, of a pro)ItitCiet fallily, who ut'as married on Dec. 14 last to l'l,ip littldwin of this place. Mrs. lahltitn alleges thlet the ghost of Mr. Baldwini', first wife. Hl,amlond BIald win, hauntls their dtonliele, persecutes her In variouls ways, t:ld altogether lmaikes life unendlurable unIlder their joint Lthusband s' roof, and forces her to libe apart frotm himn. Sh, declaires that she was abso lutely skeptical in llttiers t-...

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. — 5 May 1893

IN A EPAIWEEIN KLY TRIBUNE. W. U. CEAMBERLAIN'I 120 Centra Aveu a VOLUME XII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 5, 1893. NUMJIETR 145 DEMOCRATIC MAYOR Inaugurated in llie Form Yesterday --peeehes and ('eremonlees At tending tile ('hange of Administration. 3layor (ielsthorpe's Appointees Ite jeeted by the RIepublican Majority In thie Counllil. Great Falls now has a democratic mayor, but he stands practically alone with a hostile republican majority in the council, apparently determined to frus trate his plans for reform. At $ p. m. the old council met at the chamber in the Imnn block, transacted a good deal of routine business, and then repaired to the court house, which contained a large audience. Mayor Webster took the chair and delivered his farewell address, after which he re tired, first introducing Mayor-elect (;els thorpe, and wishing him success. The neow mayor followed with his inaugural address, which seemed to meet with general approval. When the mayor was ready to...

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. — 5 May 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. MAT 6. 1tn. THK OGD00 N CONGRE.'N. A resolution paused by the trans-Mis siesipi congress on Wednesday called on the directors of the world's fair to set aside a day in the month of September to be known as "Silver day." The eug gestion is an excellent one, as it contem plates a series of silver lectures by men who are well qualitled to enlighten the people on the true inwardness of this theme. These lectures will be given in halls on the fair grounds which have been set apart for purposes of instruc tion. As there is no subject on which the people of the east are more in need of information than the true relation of silver to our circulating medium, the di rectors of the fair could not do a wiser thing than accede to the request of the congress. Silver has been a great help to the fair, and now the fair directors ought to do something for silver. It appears that many members of the congress are wide of the mark in their views respecting the Nicaraguan can...

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. — 5 May 1893

FROM CHICAGO. President Cleveland and the )Duke de Veragua Are in the World's Fair City. A (Generou. Welcome Was Accorded Boith the I)istinguished (iGuets. CHIIuAlo, April ".--The day haa been chilly and dreary in the world's fair city, but it has not been bleak enough to chill the generous welcome that the peo ple of Chicago extended to President Cleveland and tihe Duke tde Veraguna, the lineal descendant of the great tiiristo pher Columnbus. I).spite the northwest winds that swept through the streets laden at times wcith bIliniitliig ti. thoueands of people unsembhlled at ar't. tus points or interest to Io himiago to the distinguishedet arrivals of thi. day. An hour or two septratei the tintin if the reception tf tb. dtuke tin inrr i-)l vi tleveland anid liach was giv:en t , nri,-. 1' i ovattons avtevery pilt hIi vinitidl throughRout the day. TLIII fri lint soought all st clusion ptnsilbhs u d t, partLed o.tiOVihat fltrolll the Ilrlilllilttle by taking a hurried visit withI hIs ti...

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. — 5 May 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. MAY S. 155$. F'OOLISHi CtONT|UMAYCV. If the republican members of the council who set their faces against the appointments made by Mayor (ole thorpe on Monday supposed that their action would meet with public approval, they were badly tooled. Universal condemnation was hurled against them yesterday by all classes of citizens, while nobody approved of their action save a fewo henchmen of some of the men who are now holding offices the duties of which they are not performing to the satisfaction of the community. Reviewing the appointments made by Dr. Gelsthorpe it is not too much to say that they are absolutely above criticism. Robert Pontet is probably as good a man as could be selected for the mar shalship. He is a man of family who i personally interested in sustaining the mayor's plan of reform, and his experi ence qualities him for the duties of the office. Mr. Pontet owns a saloon, it is true, but it is his intention to give lup the business if he bec...

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. — 5 May 1893

.UDfGE MOEEHOUM COMMITS 8UI CIDE :y Nholing Himself in the Mouth with a 38-Cailibre Revolver. On Sunday afternoon Police Magis trate George W. Morehous committed suicide at his home, corner Third avenue south and Fifth street, by shooting him self with a 38-calibre revolver in the mouth, the ball passing straight through the brain and coming out at the top of his head. Death must have been instan taneous. For several years the deceased had been a great sufferer from a compli cation of diseases cntracted in the army during the civil war, but bore up under them bravely until forced to release his sufferings by self-destruction. Last Sunday after dinner Mrs. Morehous made a call on her- brother-in-law, Mr. J. K. Clark, living on the north side, and shortly after she left her home the judge evidently went about preparing himself for the fatal deed, for he left two letters, one addressed to his wife, and one to J. K. and C. H. Clark on a table, together with a tin box of private papers, ...

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. — 5 May 1893

THE PARADE ENDED. In Spite of the Stormy Day na Fault C'an be Found. A Naval Review so Wonderful Wal Never Before Seen in An. Country. NEw Yo.s, April 27.-President Cleve. land, accompanied in a carriaau by hie wife, secretary and Lieutenant \ ood left the Victoria hotel at 1 p. ni. Eighl minutes later his party arrived at the foot of West Twenty-third street, where thou:ande of men and womuen who hatd stood in the rain for four houls, cheered him enthusiastically. Mrs. Cleveland enveloped in a tweed cape mnackintoet and black veil, was the first to alight and her apipearanco was the signal for cheering to begin. The preasident folb ved htier. and relmoving his ilk lihat laued f' r i t moment, bowing on all sides to the a.t i mbled ltople. His iabinet ofllcii; ha.l reacledl te fi,,r hlfr, im and ,,en p l 'ned Oil the v\ :tuels. 'l'ire (_'nculord and 'liai tonltlll, l z sahltedt tiu : ullbers of the cabinet tas ti airiv dl The little launch i' tie I) phin with, the pres deut' tlaeg 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. — 5 May 1893

THIS IU UNFORTUNATE. a Important Detail Apparently Omitted From the Cascade County Vase. The following letter 'to the editor of his paper has been received from S. S. inton, Minneapolis: "A few days since we saw a copy of our paper, in whichjthere appeared an rticle describing a vase which the ladies f your county have prepared for the orld's fair exhibit. We see that you ave failed to make any mention of the ady who designed this vase, also that be designer's name is not placed on the estal. This we should say is hardly air upon the part of the ladies of your unty. Furthermore that it would be othing more than just that they at ast acknowledge her services by a let r of thanks. What possible interest uld an artist of another state have in e exhibit of a county in Montana. un it would be to add to her putation as an artist by having her ork exhibited at the World's fair, as e charged nothing for the design, only ulating that her name be put on the estal. We do not believe that the 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. — 5 May 1893

THE FAIR IS OPEN. Tihree HIundred Thousand People Fill .laekson Park-A Splectaele Never Before Witnessed. I're-ideutl ('levelanld Perll"nt Iii Part uand lleturns to the Capital - Marvel on Manrvel. CIiUoiA.to, May 1.-The multitudes which thronged the World's Fair grounds today were greater in numbers than had been anticipated, considering the inauspicious weather. Probably ::N.tNkt people were assembled when at II o'clock the advance guard of the eo'rtege signalled the approach of I'resi dent Cleveland and the dign.itaries ut the day to the Wo\rid's Fair grounds. After entering the grtunuds the journey to the A.dministration building was malde with all possible displatch, tie presidential party i.t even -topping to acknowledge any of te popullar ovations extendled to the chief xec utive. Of course the cheering was tremuendous when lI't-si dent Cleveland faced thegroat tmultitude assettbled. the lalgest audienlce ..ter faced Iby an Atmerican iti;-:n. i.Vollowinug tie Ipresident and t...

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. — 12 May 1893

FIN H W EAICWMNiK W. E. CUAMUERUIN y AT WEEKLY TRIBUNE. R W. . CrAMrERLAIN's0 VOLUME XII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 12, 1893. NUMBER 151 IIPORTANT ORDER.I Presildent Cleveland Will lnwe the:l, White Ilouse C'losedl Againit c Oflh'e Seekers. U So Great is the Pressure That. H!e Finidt no Tinme For I11y Work. C WVasuHIttITON, May 8.-The president's order closing the White House to al|lc i seekers toriedl the chief topic of cnver sation unionlt politicians today. I:x pressions regarding it varied in enarac ter according to the condition of the speaker. Senators and represeutatives with largo and active ronst ituente.ie wterte inclined to favor the president's :a.lI. for it retlievedl themi of a greot deadl ot pressure from importuning followers whose needi s t ust be prIeslite, th tie, I president and their claims for tllike ad voc:ated. \t the same tinm the prolehat nation is not taken to apply so a bar to senators and representativrs nor to iImean that they cannot pre...

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. — 12 May 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, FIRI DAY. MAY . Iwti3. TIIAT FOU'L .SIWI:I Iti sINI;,s. It is now apparent that the city in in for further annoyance awl lose on ac count of the Tuck sewer contract. and about the of ly consolation left is that the city will have learned a lesson from this wretched business that will last it for some time to come. I'ir"st of all a gravt' mistake wias made in ceven considering a hit from an irro sponitble adventurer like 1Murk 'Tuck, while the granting of the contract to him was simply sui:iual. I t selm~a strange that isuch ai Ian was abliI to iw'l ire bondsmen. antd it is now r.adtily .re-u why an effort wan made douri:ig the win ter to have lihi borlllnilsmn r leased froml res lm onsiility. Notice-, for bitds in these days gener ally containi the clause: 'tile unirirsign i'd reserv',s the ri.ght to reject arny or all bids." whiril idr intended to give the prin'ip;.l s.,en discretion in twarding aii conltrlact s. thlt ii Ild lr nay not se cure the pri.,, 'h liy ...

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. — 12 May 1893

THE WHITE CITY. Forty Thousan.l VIitors Were. Ad. ,iitted to the Exposition (.irtuind: Yesterdlay. The Visiting Naval and Arnmy (lli ciri 3hiirvel at the Sig~hts to llIehold. CitIA io, May ti.-Not since its found ation has the White city at Jackson park looked more beautiful than it did today, and never save on the day it was dedi cated and on last Monday, when it was formally opened, has there been as many visitors present. From estimates made by the gatekoepers there were at least 40,000 visitors admitted to the grounds. Chair-whoeelers did a thriving business and gondoliers from Venice in the.ir bright-colored costumes were kept on the go from early in the Inorning until late in the afte-rnioon. The ronadways are practically finished, though nmuchl re mains to be done in the way of pluaine the exhibits. It will te near the hirst ot the coming mouth before all exhibits will be installed and a great fair coin ploted in all its parts. lhowever this may be, it would requiro a visitor...

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. — 12 May 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE., FRIIIDAY. MAY IS. IM. A l.EOtION OF HONOR. The first day of the G. A. i. encamp ment has passed and the people of this city have had an opportunity to gaze into the faces of heroes who, during the great civil war, risked their lives in the service of their country on many battle fields. No Anerican, he he hold or young, can read the history of those years of carnage and dosolation without emotion, nor can he look upon the fact departing remnant of these heroes without lifting his hat and thanking God that in its hour of direst need his country pse sessed such sons as these who were ready, in the vigor of youth and early manhood, to lay down their lives, if need be, to save this nation to freedom and Ilumanity. Only a little longer and the last of these veterans will have passed on to the home l be).ond the skici, and while they remain it will be the pleasure of the youngr g.-:er;!tion which has not known the hotrrors of war times, to honor and entertain them on ...

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. — 12 May 1893

THE KING OF THE HUSTLERS, Terror Fromti Washington, Oregon and Idaho Run to Earth at Vast. Arrested at ('hotean on11 Monday Morning After a Two Yealr's During the summer, fall and winter of 1890-1, Washington, Oregon and Idaho were overrun with horse and cattle thieves. The officers of the law seemed to be powerless to stem the tide of the lawlessness of the rustlers and they ran the horse and cattle industries to suit their own ,onvenionce. The gang was well organized and disciplined and had agents all over these states to keep them posted on the" markets" and where the the best stock could be found: and the proper time to round-up and ship. Thousanas of head of horses and cattle had been driven off but no one appeared to know where to or by whom. Sus picions were plenty but proof was lack ing and nothing was done toward head ing off the thieves. Thojrustlers did not confine their operations:solely to country districts, but went into cities and towns and carried on their vocation. ...

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. — 12 May 1893

ROBBERS FOILED. Highwaymen Wreek the Wrong Train Oil tlhe Erie & West ern Road. They lhtt'iwd t secoi.dl-('ias I'a isen . I i-.htelid of Ithe Iiihlit Ex pre,, Nobody illrt. LiutA, I).. May L-. -An attempt was made last night to wreck the 'west bound express on the Lake E1rin Western road due at lima at t:_.' p. 1. A heavy shipment of money was on the train and that was what the wreckers were after. The 1p'ot was arranged about three quarters of a mile west of P'axton, ole of the most desolate parts of ti rritory along the line. A the foot of a grade Lear a curve an obstruction of ties spiked to gather was placed across the track. fhe robbers lay in a,,lulhu. Tiho express train was behidAl tim, and the right of way was given to a secoIld. . is paimen ger train. Tis triut came against the obstruction arn tih es tilie aili' ta o coacles were ditchedl. No one was in. juredl. but great eioit,'nl nt prvailed. A heavy freight tr.in was follhwing the acconlulnLtiotn ct ely. .1 tlag lan ...

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. — 12 May 1893

A FORGED TELEGRAM, mellody Playing a tlangerous Game :o Helease a Prisoner Held for Assault with Intent to Kill. Se Name of the Governor of Illinois Signed to a Forged Telegrnlm. Several days ago a young man named bn Harrington was arrested in Sand ulee and brought to this city and put jail. The arrest was made on a tele am from the sheriff of Grundy county, inois. Sheriff Hamilton has had his ft eye keeping cases on the yourg man m the day of -is arrival in this city, d after he went out to Sand Coulea e instructed his deputy there to keep lose watch of) him until orders were re eived to "close in" on him. There is no istake about the identity of tho prie ner. The crime charged is attempting o kill an officer in Morris, Ill., on the 4th of April. Sheriff Daniels arrived in Helena a few days ago with the necessary papers to presentjto the "governor of Montana for a requisition to take lHarrington back to Illinois for trial. Last Suturdayliarriogton was taken before Judge Benton on a...

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. — 12 May 1893

ELECTROGUTED. Carlyle Harri. ('onvicte Itl of Poisoning; tlli Wife. Expiates His t'rime. lizn h , l: ,,rhd u l 'hut r . e d w xith t h , h1 1 lr - der oil' lher lather and StepI .Mother (iUmes mp A ti.lin. tl(.; Sl.-;. May 8 -It was a peaceful beautiful day this, the day of the Carlyle Harris expiation. Thlls day the law had fixed for inlticting the peinalty meant to punish and to prevent murder and to protect society from the murderer. And with this fearful vengeance, but a shlort breath away. the condemned muan pro claimed his innocence and the injustice of the law's judgment. He died with cour age, deserving a better purpose. Even when hie tail entered into the very rhadow of death anti counted his earthly career by his pulse beats hlie eitained as iuth:akel n as thtl grim, grey walls thatshliut himi ill fron life ald lhberty. Hle sought ino spiritiual tinsehltiin dur t LL'l. writ'i g a1 lit lllt' tiage tll his broken-hearted miluthltr wlhte, farewell kiss was still fresh on hi; ...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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