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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 19 May 1893

WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FINE WATCH REPAIRINO, W.t . CHA DBERLAIN DIAMOND aUTTINO. WATCHRI, T RI 1N 1N DIsMOTLDS, JeWeLRY MANUFACTURIINO OTRLINO N1LWRRWA R, AT RICH JXWELRY. W. H. CHAMBERLAIN'S 120 Centra A e VOLUME XIII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1893. NUMBER 2 DIVIDED ON JOHN. Even the United States upreme ('ourt Splits on the Chinese Ex clusion Act. It Looks as if Manmlin Sentiment May Get the Better of Sense. WAsmHNlTrToN, May 15.-The supreme court of the United States today affirmed the constitutionality of the Goary • Chinese exclusion and registration act, The opinion was announced by Justice Gray, Justice Brewer dissenting. Jus tice Gray in announcing the judgment of the court said, that the power of this nation to restrict or prohibit immigra tion of aliens from any nation into the country or to require such aliens already in the country to remove therefrom. was a well settled principle of international law and was confirmed by an unbroken line of decisions in th...

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. — 19 May 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FHIDAY. lAY 19. 1.98. Mit. I)5.t(iSIunt E CLAlRKnON. Republicans generally will saccept the assertions rual,, by Mr. Clarkson at Louisville as ,ospel truth It is nut likely that they will care to come at the facts, which are exactly contrary to what the robust colonel said. But the real facts are kinoxn and cannot be con cealed by repub!icau sophistrres. No man that wasr not a blathersaite would dare to make the assertions re garding the tinancial situation of the country that were made et ,Louisville by Col. Clarkson on Wednesday. His words, hadl been controverted by a promin.ir.t republiarn newspaper before he uttered themn. lit inveighed against the demo cratic admtlnistration especially on ac count of the financial outloak, and one of his "birg hits" was couched in these wordslt: "\We have had a dimIocratic president and congress sixty days and l'lev eiland has haulld down theirAmreri can flag where lHarrison arri the repub licans ran it up in the name of lib...

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. — 19 May 1893

HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.I, The Annexation Sentiment Seems to r lie Gr,wld-,i Weaker - The y Planters ill Favor of It. I)ll's leview of Trade Itlalrts thel Bulsiness of the Country on it iood Sound al sis. HIONOII.ui.(, May 4.--The HIawaiian a republic proposition has not been ma tonally promoted during the past week. The projectors say they have concluded I it is best to want and see what the I United States intends to do. The b Spreckles boom for the republic has also apparently come to a standstill. Ae meeting of planteis was hold April 125, at which Spreckles explained his Ideas in detail and offered for adoption ia imn imunication to Ptresident Cleveland, op i posing anllnextion because of the ditl.i culties it wiould place in the way of oub taining the cheap labor nece'wsary It plantation work. IThe colnlunieation I was referred to a committee and at u meeting en April 27th was shelved. Some of the planters present declareldl themselves ready to concede unalthing t, secure annexation....

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. — 19 May 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. MAY 19. 189,. ('I.IHATI. AN A I)RIAWINO CARI). Too little has been done in the line of making known the advantages of Mon tana as a resort for persons in search of health. Referring to facts cited by Julian R{alpb in one of his articles in Harper's Magazine, the Helena Indepen dent says on this subject: Thirty thousand people who went to Colorado from the rigorous climate of the east to cure weak lungs and other ailments, made Denver the pushing, thriving city that it is, said an old resi dent of the mountain metropolis to Julian Italph, of llarper's Magazine. They have regained health and strength, and given of their energy and resources to the upbullding of the city. Colorado is laregely what she is today by reason of thoroughly advertising her superior cli. r.ate in the east. Montana is further north than Colorado, but her average al titulio is so much tower as to offset the difference in latitude. Our skies are as bright, our days as sunshiny, our atm...

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. — 19 May 1893

TAXES ON THE BICYCLE, A Protest Is Made Against A Tax That is Regarded as I 'nwise. It is Also Unjust lecause it Weighs r I'pon the Poor, Not the Rich. Now it is the bicycle riders' turn to kick, for he is going to be taxed, and taxed heavily, unless some power steps In to save him. .Under the present iniquitous system of taxation prevalent all over this coun- c try, it is the duty of the assessor to let nothing escape his eagle eye, and it was v to be expected that he would soon pounce upon the bicycle. lie will soon be levying tribute on the spectacles of f the old lady, the budy's cradle, the edi tor's scissors and the shoe-maker's awl, d if, indeed, these are not paying already, I and the masses are praying that the day c may soon come when the single tax, as advocated by Henry George, will have a universal application, so that the asses- I sor of taxes may give his nose a rest. The Montana assessor was not slow in discovering the beauties of the bicycle as a subject for taxatio...

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. — 19 May 1893

WITH THE VETERANS Officers Elected by (. . A. R.. S. V. and W . . L '. aitlnd Other l'u-i ne, 'I'Trani.tieted. Et1rulionl s to u . tall Fandl o. Ialo Iy EnjoItivd by All WI I':ur tihipated. Nature was in ione of her kind.iest moods yesterday for the closing exer cises of the t;. AL. I. reunion. The day was clear. bright ainl corm fortably warm. unti there was no wind t except a gentle zephyr which made the air delightfully refreshing. The city's guests were estrring at an ear!y hour as they had a day of activity and business before thl':. The t:ret thing on tin e programme wasi excur+ion to the i Liak Eaghle falls ot r the electric stret r till ay and after returning the [,u i et. of the depart tient was re uuit . I. ccarhing to the tnspector generaa's rpluort tiI re are 2I posts in the .tate at:d all arte i a tflour ishing cý,nditlun. At the afterntn e.. to thu 'e ,ltetionI of officers clonsumied t arly all th. time until adjourument aat t::i. eiihet the tnemt.bers went lown t, the...

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. — 19 May 1893

RICEVILLE SENSATION, .e Prominent (itizens nMued fuor amages Amounting to S1,000E ly It Youngl Lady. h JliInsoin, Plaintill, and bi. Elglie, VIlliam Hlluthlnnson and Richarl l S. Illain, D)efendants. f hree epat ate suits were commenced e district court yesterday by Sarah eon by Henry W. Johnson, her dian, against George Elgie, Wil Hutchinson and Richard S. B!ain. itring damages to the amount of O-4,000 from each of the parties ed. the three conplaints filed-one I not each of the above named parties ise Johnson says that at divers times places, the exact 'times and places i ng unknown to her, within the nthe of February, March and April, that each of the defendants in the sence and hearing of divers third per e, spoke the following words or words similar Import: "She went to the le with her father and had an abor n performed upon her, etc." Meaning ereby to and did charge the plaintiff th unchastity and with tlie crimes of reication and abortion. That the said rords so spoken of the...

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. — 19 May 1893

UNPRECEDENTED. The Flood-Gates of leaven Let Loose I'pon Northwe stern Ohio and Northwest Pennsylvania. Fourteen Lives Iave Ileen ILost Thus Far antd Great Iamage DIone to Property. CLErVELANn, May 17.-The storm of rain and wind which began at noon on Monday and has continued almost with. out cessation until this evening has pro duced a flood unprecedented in the his tory of northwestern Ohio and north west Pennsylvania. Thus far fourteen lives have been lost. Great damage has been done to shipping and the loss to other property will amount to hundreds of thousands of dollars. It rained Sat urday and Sunday and there were light showers late Sunday night. There was a heavy rain-fall accUmpanied by thun der and lightning at noon Monday and the wind veered around into the north west and a steady down pour began. The sky for lifty .ix Ih urs has been of a dull leaden color and low hanging and scurrying clouds which were hurled along by the northwest ga e seemed to have every drop of wat...

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. — 26 May 1893

DIAMOND fCI MIO, W. E. CUAMIERUAII JIWll MANUIACTURINMG WAkTAYDaI, t r DIAMO3DO. AT IBN TR3LINO IlLWZMWARK, VOLUMEA III GRE AT F LL MO T RAO JFIAYLLY. R W .CM I X ~II/JI.q CT10 Ceutra Ate VOLUME XIII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1893. N UMBER s AN ESSAY ON US. Great Falls the Theme of a Writer in the "United States In vetolr." His Facts Are Startling, but His Story is True-A Beauty Spot. The following account of this city ap pears in the United States Investor of May 20. Presumably it was written by some resident of this city who was com peting for the prize offered by the In vevtor, and it appears among the prize essays. The writer says: Great Falls is our theme. Her beauti ful environments, her marvelous growth., her mighty water power, her rich and vari.d nmineral deposits and her vast ex tent of tributary agricultural lands, all unite to hasten the day when she shall occupy the proud position of thie metro politan city of the northwest. Situated at the confluen...

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. — 26 May 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. PRIDAY. MAY M. 1895. .A TIMEL.Y HINT. A movement has just been inaugurated in Colorado which should be followed at once in Monturana. In pursuance of a suggestion made quite generally by the press of the state that the presidents of boards of trade and other similar organ izatiorrs ho!ld a meetinr for the Iprpose of i, rictng at uniteil etTrt to setcure fa vorable railroad rates friomt the reet to Colorado during the worlds fair, tIe presi dent of tile Pueblo board of trade sent out a call to all such organizations in the state for a meetinrg to libe held in Pueblo Wednesday, May 17. iSeeing is believinrg, and the most ef fective method of inducing ea'ernl capi talists to Inake their investments in the west is to bring them into this part of the country and show them the w:nder ful opportunities which await them. Montana certainly has aso much to offer as ('bHradlo. anId she.r should not allow her sister state to secure any start over her in this rost impolrtant ...

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. — 26 May 1893

THE NATION'S GUESTS Tie Spanish Royal Visitors Pay An Official Visit to President Cleveland. The Programme for Princess Ei'alle's Ktay in Washington Has Been Arranged. WASHINGTON, May 20. -In accordance with a pre-arranged programme at just live minutes beforeeleven two handsome carriages drove up to the Arlington an nex to convey the royal party to the White house to pry an official visit to President Clevelan 1. The princess was escorted on the arm of Commander Davis to the carriage in which she rode with her husband and Spanish miminter. In the second carriage rode the marchion ess, Duke and Senor Don Pedro. The princess wore a dress of gray bengaline. bordered around the train with gray is trich feathers. A pink satin girdle com pleted her toilet. As soon as the carriages headcdi to ward the White house the crowd broke and ran through the park to witness the arrival of the distinguished party. In the blue room which was decorated tastefully. but not lavishly, t'resldent and Mrs....

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. — 26 May 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY. MAY .s. 1ml. AIDVERTI1 I'G PAYS. We may always learn from the expe rience of others if we are so disposed. In the matter of advertising experi nce is aln important factor and the men who have the mlot of it are those who have mallll a great success in some par titular line. Mes.ers. Scott A loa ne, the patent ee's and Iuanufarturers of Scott's lEmul sion of Cod Liver Oil, are among the very successful advertisers of this coun try. 'hey have just erected a magnifi cent twelve-story building in New Chani bers street, New York. and in a letter notifying us of this change this shrewd business firm writes: "It mnay interest you to know that this new and splendidly equippell d bIuilding is the direct result of the pllulic appreciation of Scott's Emul sion You are no doubt well aware that we believe in advertising, and we are pleas--.l t t-k. tak in oc-,antsion of express ing our thanks; t tht newspaptlrs and other ierlilllic il of th " country for their many co...

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. — 26 May 1893

CURRENT STYLES. Mew to Make a Bonnet-New Shapes in Hats-A Mourning Costume. This bonnet is made on a frame which is bent up front and back and is covered with black net, folded in the center. Over thisare put flounces of black Chan tilly lace about bix inches wide. Apiece of lace about two yards long is joined to. gether and gathered to the frame, form ing a box-plait, front and back, above the point. It is edged si. the top with jet paesementerie, wax beads and spangles about an inch in width. The front is trimmed with a buttortly bow made of wired lace and edged with the passe menterie. The bow is made of four parts; two must be about five and a half inches long and two inches wide at one end and half an inch at the other. The other two are of equal width and are four inches long. I"'rm this bvrw risers an aigrette of pink frathrrs. The tie strings are of pink velvet ribbon an inch G.d t A MODEL. FOR TIE AMATI.r' I MSII.IN IER. wide arranged in dainty loops and ends behind, from w...

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. — 26 May 1893

GREAT FALLS CHOSEN As the Next Place of Meeting for the State Press Assorna tioln. Untold ItDamInage Hli. Iesunlted t'frol the Great Flnoals inll lhio and Pennsylvania. AN.woNIA. May 18. [Special to Tue TRli,,xa.--'The state press association adjourned tonight after a magniticent banquet at the Montana hotel. The business of the session was brought to a conclusion at 9 o'clock. The following officers were elected: President, A. K. Verkes; secretary, John McMurray. On motion of J. A. MacKnight Great Falls was selected as the place of meet ing for the association next year. The vote stood it for Hlelena and 1 for (Great Flalls. All the newspaper men seemed anxious to visit the City of Destiny. I:EN N.y I.VAN II F'I.iIDtOi. :I. llh nlei• of i1.eaw. I. cteatd' tI a "l ..w ina tIhe k Iakf the HiIgh Mit ater. Pl'rrlr.roult , 1May 18. Meadville pre sented a sorry sight this morning. The water had receded but eight inches and the entire western and northern portion of the city were still su...

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. — 26 May 1893

LAUGHTER OF INNOCENTS A ('rime Against Nature Too Common Everywhere and Now Pre valehnt Here. ow Is It That Fiends Incarnate Are Patronized By Respemctable People. Again and again within the last few months runma have been circulated to the effect that cases of criminal mal ractice are ocwuring here, an: inquiry as elicited the fact that this crime is ot only practiced to conceal crime but iso by supposedly respectable women. A ['IneIusNE reporter who has been in estigating the matter finds that mar led women who are not supposed to are anything to conceal have been nown quite recently to make direct ap lication to physicians here for the un awful operation to destroy their unborn ffspring. This was one of the leading crimes of Sodam and Gomorrah, and it is dieheartoninnr to tind it prevalent in a young community like this. "The great need of Framnc," said;Na poleon, "is mothers." This eloquent cynicism is applicable to many cities of the new world, as well. The average woman of soc...

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. — 26 May 1893

WASHI.NGTON WOMEN. TWO WIDOWS WHO LEFT AN 1:'Pi: SION ON SOCIAL LIFT At the Capital Mrs. Madison Was Als, Treated as the "Lady of the WHI-i Houlte"3-Mrs. Uamioltl't Inllltallce \ ;.. in the. t lr,rtion of Ch ,rilty. Air,. M,,d-onl Wa:tIll l, fath hiti dur ing her lit r years. S.oel ty has its at tacks of ttis kind and takes up with Is little retason as it puts down a favorite. But tihere came with this late burst .f social warltllh somie good results into her rather chilled and necessitous life. For in that day it was l.isitive loss of fortune to have held any public position. Mrs. Madison had in vain tried for years to effect a sale of Mr. Madison's papers to the government, and for want of this her means were very straitened. How it came about 1 do rot know, Ibut it grew to be the correct an I indislpensable thing to call on M.rs. Madison immediately on leaving the president's levees. IIer h.ouse was that diagonally oppo s:it frotm Mr. Siunttar's. There the best lpeoplle met regul...

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. — 2 June 1893

FINE WATON REPAIRINS, W W. ECNAMERLAUIN DIA&MOD ATTINO, WATOHIi, DIAMOZDI, J3W3L? EANMUJACTUMINO. ATE MRLINO UILWXRWARX, AT rI4IA4 J JWSLIY. W. . OCAMBERLAIN'$S 150 Ceutra A~e VOLUME XIII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 2, 1893. NUMBER 12 OVERSTOCKED AND NEED MONEY. FOR A SHORT TIME WE WILL BELL OUR LADIES'. MISSEB AND CHILDREN'S BHOEB AT SLAUGHTER PRICES. LADIES SHOES---$1.50 to $4.00 Edwin C. Burt's French $ 00 Kid Shoes. only..... I H. H. Gray's Sons Fr. $4.00 Kid Shoes, only..... I VV LADIES' FINE OXFORDS AND SAIDALS From $1.00 up. TO BE CONVIN('ED THAT Tllit IS NO FAKE SALE COME AND LOOK OUR STOCK OVER, WHETHIIE YOU WISH TO PUIL CHAsE O11 NOT. J.E Kenkel & Co 216 Central Avenue. A SWEEPING REDUCTION DRY GOODS At less price than an) IiHnkrupt Sale. One lot 4'; Dreci Pattertr. red.....l L.._ from S t,.. t ............ ............ One lot 28 I'att.rnt. r,.'ular prices $/,k/, from 14 to $1 6I, solo pric. $4.45 One lot 83 Partorns, regular price from $R tI *12.D...

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. — 2 June 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY. JUNE . 181.* TENUIE IN GOVERNMENT OFFICE. Just now the St. Louis Republic is all worked up because Postmaster General Bissell has decided not to remove fourth class postmasters who are efficient and of good character. The Republic thinks Mr. Bissell has a "tory" scheme on foot to establish life tenure in these govern ment olicee, and concludes its lecture in these terms: "Mr. Bissell will either re move republicans at the end of a four years' term and appoint democrats in their places or he will have the demo cratic party to settle with." Now what is the truth respecting the views of the American people on civil service reform? We believe it to be, that the nation's business ought to be conducted essentially on the same basis as that of a private corporation. It does not matter whether the taxpayers of this country be democrats, republicans or what not in their political affttiliations, they are absolutely unanimous in desir ing and demanding an administr...

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. — 2 June 1893

The World's Fair Built on a Model of Vastness. IOME S1URBPRIING OOMPABISONS. Ireat Piers, Great Rallways, Great Hotels. Great Epecrtatlons of Great Crowds in Chicago-Optlcal Delusion Caused by the iigness of Things In the Monster Esposition. WORLD's FAIR, May 23. - [Special.] - Every one who comes to see the Colum bian exposition is at once impressed by the cast scale on which everything in connec :ion with the fair has been planned or con structed. This is almost as noticeable without the grounds as within. Even in thecentral part of the city one observes nimense hotels that obviously have been ipened for World's fair trade. At the lake front park are still morc st riking evi iences of the exposition boom aid o. the fact that the Chicagoans have nude all their plans in anticipationl of an enor mous influx of visitors. In the hIrollor is a big fleet of si i':nlihips waiting to carry passengers to JlIckson pik, eight. eiile away. Somie of the vessels are nle\v, as the ionlter whialde...

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. — 2 June 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. JUNE 2.18S8. I:NITEID BY BLOOD. On this Memorial day no better com ment can be made than the following opening paragraphs from the elhouent sermon preached to the veterans on Sun day by the liev. Mr. Coombe: We read in old, familiar story that one day in the Roman forum the earth opened and a great gulf yawned in the midst thereof. Vain was every effort to stay its increasing horror. Dreading the offended deities the magnates of the city consulted the soothsayers, whc informed them that the chasm could never be filled and its growth never staid until what Rome held most valuable should be cast into it. There was doubt as to what the precious thing might be, but on an appointed day multitudes gath ered around the quaking edge of the gulf, bearing go:d, and pearls, and gems, and fruits of the earth as offerings. Sud denly there appeared among them a young knight clad in full armor. -These, oh,Romans," he cried,"are not your titting gifts! Youth and valor ar...

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