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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 2 June 1893

A COMMON-SENSE PILGRIMAGE Dr. W. Seward Webb Sets An Exam ple for Millionaires to Follow. in a Train of Palace Cars He Sees America-His Interests Here. Most American millionaires go to Eu rope to spend their money, and even those among them who have a nomical occupation, usually go to the other side of the Atlantic to kill off a portion of their leisure hours. It has been Great Falls' good fortune to have as guests during the last thirty hours a gentleman who takes a more rational and enlight ened view of life, and a party of friends who coincide in the excellence of his judgment. THE TnrBUNE of Sunday announced that Dr. Webb was coming here. His train arrived before daylight yesterday morning, and will leave here for Helena at about 9 o'clnck this morning. During the forenoon of yesterday the members of the party were driven about the city, and after luncheon, at which Dr. Webb entertained Hon. Paris Gibson and A. M. Scott, agent of the Townsiti company the entire train was taken d...

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. — 2 June 1893

IN NHE YORK. The Spanish Visitors Are Now the Gue~ts of the Metropolis of America. Eulalia IRee.ived a ln.st Enthusiattie Welcomei Which She Itiree fully A cknowh-dglid. NS:w YORK, May 25.,.- The Princess JEulalie is the guest of this metropolis. The journey to New York was without special incident. The hour of departure of the train was not generally known, al though at Baltimore and Wilmington some weru gathered to witness the royal train as it hastened by. The private car Idlewild, occupied by their highnesses, was very tastefully decorated with a pro fusion of cut flowere and maiden hair fern festoone,,l in every dire-'tion. At 12 -,',-lock hreakfast was served and brsidie the royal party there sit down to the table C(imnander Davis and G(;n. James N. Variumin chairman of the New York reciption committee, who went iov,-r to W\ashington list evenin. as a reTpreson tative of thie lcial cniumittee. A reg'L lar course dlii.nrm- wa. se.rveid fl tihe other niembers iof thie suit- in a...

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. — 2 June 1893

GREAT IS THE IKASI-SLOCAN, A Region of Fabulous Richness That Astonishes Old-Time Miners. Treasures Uncovered by Slides of Earth and 4now-Vabt Silver Lead Region. From E. P. Suydam, an old-time miner, THr. TRIUNv. hab received the following letter descriptive of the new mining district of sritish Columbia. It is certain that Mr. Suydas has not in tentionally overdrawn the picture, but his statements are certainly startling. He writes: "KAnLo, B. C., May 21.-During my residence here, since early in March, I have been very observant of everything pertaining to the mines, their minerals, development, output, shipment, etc., gathering information when and where I could so that now I anr fully convinced the Kaslo-Slocan district is the very richest district over discovered. In my seventeen years' experience in mines and mining I never saw such quantities of rich, clean, and highgrade ores taken from near the surface of the mines and assaying from $100 upward in silver and 50 to 75 per ce...

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. — 2 June 1893

HALL WHIPS SLAYIN It Was a Groggy Fight from Start to Finish on Slavin's Part. Enough to Sicken All Who Look UIlon Slugging as a Slxrt. LonooN, May 2g.-Jim Hall met Frank Slavin at the National Sporting club to night for $2,500 a side and a purse of $8,500 and knocked him out in the seventh round. The fight was a disap pointment to the spectators. Slavin was the favorite in betting up to the opening of the first round, but from the begin ning he made a poor showing. He was completely outgeneraled at every point by Hall, and was unable to offer enough resistance to make the contest exciting. When time was called Slavin's face wore a peculiar dazed expression. He lurched heavily twice as he left his c r ner and was generally unsteady in his gait. After sparring for a few seconds he walked directly up to Hall and was received with a staggering right-hander which almost floored him. Throughout the round he never closed his glove, and and when time was called went to his corner amid the ...

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. — 9 June 1893

Idont liatorl4 FINE WATCH REPAIRINS, W . E. C JAMIERUIND DIAMOND NTflTIOG. WAJ1I. t CS DIAMOELDI, OWEEKU TRIBUNE. I LWRWR, AT UI RICE JEWELRY. W. . OC AMBERLAIN'S 10 Central Ae VOLUME XIII. GRJ~LT FALLS, MONTANA, FRTDAY MORNING, TUNE 9, 1893. NUMBER :3 BOOTH IS DEAD. A Brief Sketch of the ('areer of Amerlea's 3Io.4t Gifted Actor. Rich and Abundant Harvests are li dicated in the Latent Crop Reports. NiEw YoKa, June G.-Booth died at 11:05 a. m. Edwin Booth was born in Belaire, near Baltimore, Md., on Nov. 13, 18.3, and was the son of Junius Booth, the elder English actor, who obtained his reputation, however, mainly in the United States. He was named Edwin Thomas out of compliment to his father's friends, Edwin Forrest and Thomas Flynn, both actors. Although the older Booth at first objected to his son's going on the stage, but he did finally consent and the young man first appeared in 1849 at the Boston museum, when he ap peared as Treseet in "Richard Ill." He made a success in this ...

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. — 9 June 1893

BRIGGS IS FIRED. As He Would Not Recant He Was Indefinitely Suspended From the Ministry. A Remarkable Ending to a Curious Episode in Current Theo logical Life. WVAsHIm.TON, June 1.-Having decided by a vote of 383 to 116 that they had a heretic on their hands in the person of Dr. Briggs, the first thing for the Pres byterian general assembly to do when it met this morning was to consider what should be done with him. Ac cordingly a committee was appointed to bring a verdict, and its members were requested to get to work at once. After a long seesion the committee brought in this recommendation: "Sus pension from the ministry," and the as sembly adopted the report. During the session of the committee a motion was made by Dr. Stewart to adopt a resolu tion admonishing Dr. Briggs on his de livery of the inaugural and requesting him to refrain from a further spread of his teachings against which the church has spoken. It was suggested, however, by another member that possibly the admonit...

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. — 9 June 1893

Al THE B. & M, SMELTER, How the (Copper i Taken From the Rock, and Mtade Into Brigl.ht Metal. Interesting Ietnlilrs A.hutll the IP'r'u.se of I olenI',l ti . ..t i el. ll tiing ,and, Rei ng... ,, Did you over visit the works of the Boston & Montana Consolidated Copper and Silver Smelting company? A rep resentative of T~IE TIantc:: had that pleasure recently and will tell TitHE TIns UINE's less fortunate readers what is done there. The only ore now treated is from the company's own mines, adjacent to the famous Anaconda mines and carrying similar minerals; it is brought from Butte in the ore-cars at the rate of be tween ..O0 and (.50 ton1 per day, and Is dumped into the hins beneath the Great Northern's traclks, ,it the upper end of the concentrator. This (crudde ore con tains about 9 per cent copper, and cop per glance mostly associated with iron pyrites. From these bins it is run into the con centrator, and, first, into rock-crushers where it is so prepared that it may be co...

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. — 9 June 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, FRII)AY. JUNE 9. I15. TIMI3 LEG5ISLATION. It is becoming more and more evident each year that the United States con gress must adopt the principle of enact ing laws with the proviso that they are to stand for a certain length of time. In the June number of the lIeview of Reviews appears this comment: "It is not in the least true that this country has been victimized or imperiled to any alarming extent by the protective policy, nor is it true that the McKinley act is the nlmcstrous thing that the politicians who have never read it dec:are it to be. On the other hand, it is nut in the Ieast true that this great country would be ruined by trading freely .vith othercoun tries. The fact is that our principal trade has long been aod always will be with our-elves. and our industrial life cant.t Ie fatally alfected by any tariff pIlior that any n',.'eivable American govirum,,net ciuldi he foolt.ardy enough to .nct. always !pro ded tih lolicy were to be s.tahle for a r.es...

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. — 9 June 1893

EARLY NUMMER MODELN. A Novel and Pretty Cape-Fit and Trllm uiltl of the Seasono s Skirts. Before we give up the cloak which is belted in at the back let us make sure that we have not missed any possibili ties of convenience in the cut. Certain it is that the newer and pretty c 'ach man cape affair is inclined to get crook ed, and won't stay on unless we are hitching at it all the time, or else have it securely tight by the collar around a somewhat choked throat. The usual fastening is just a belt or a string, and it ties around the waist. Now, this is where the hbet poseibilities of the mode are missed. Let the belt be very long and insteci of fastening it around the waist, bring it to the. front crossing the breast. and going to t te back again and fastening at the, inside of the clok col lar at the back. This holds the clolk securely evni if it is all opoln. It coanxc t tt it irto pretty fol,-, tlol. when you let it fall loosely back. 'Tho croseing straps make the soft vilk shirt ...

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. — 9 June 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY. JUNII9.18ti. D1). HRIGGS AND HERESY. All Christians and students of passing events must feel an interest more or less keen in the case of )ri. Briggs. the noted Iresbyterien minister who has caused so much contention amoing the brethren because of his so called heretical utter ances. Friends and enemies of the minister admit that he is a man of unusual intel lect and attainments, and he is a recog nized authority on biblical history, and the general lore of modern theology. The actual contest respecting his opin ions on matters of dogma began about two years ago after the delivery of his inaugural address as president of the Union Theological Se ninary. In that address lDr. Briggs recited certain facts, or alleged facts about the bible which gave great offence to a large section of the Presbyterian church, and held that there are other sources of religious truth besides the scriptures. This was flying directly in the face of Presbyterian doctrine, and I)r...

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. — 9 June 1893

STATE BUILDINGS. Nearly Two Score of the Beau tiful Structures TO BE BEEN AT THE WORLDYS FALB. Every State and Territory In the Union Eepresented 1 One Way or the Other Not. One Unworthy Strueture In the Whole Collection - Amount of Money Spent In Their Construction. WomRD's FAIR, June 1. - [Special.] - Foreigners who come here are much im pressed when they walk through the ave nue of states in the north end of the expo sition grounds. They see nearly two score of beautiful buildings, each representing a state of the Union, and each in its size and cost, and often in its contents, indi cating that there is an empire behind it. The foreigner, who of cout-e knew but lit tie as to the magnitude of the American union, is amazed to find it composed of so many states; he is surprised at the display of resources and energy. As for the American, it is impossible for him to walk down the avenue of states without a feel ing of pride in his country that amounts almost to exaltation. Chicago di...

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. — 9 June 1893

RECIPROCITY. Delegates Assenble at St. Paul to Open the Important Trade Disctussion. The First Day Shlow~ Thirl Thiere is a (Good Deal of Enthmn. miastl. ST. PAUL, Jue 5.--The reciprocity convention began its sessions here to day in the big auditorium building, which was profusely decorated with United States and Canadian flags. On the floor when at 2:30 o'clock the con vention was called to order, were dele gates from Minneapolis, St. Cloud, Moorhoad, Crooketon, Paribault, Will mar, St. Peter, Brainerd, Mankato, East (;rand Forks, Winona, Duluth andt St. Paul in Minnesota; Superior and Ash land, Wisconsin; Graftoc. Lakota, Lari more, Fargo, Grand Forks and Devil's Lake, North Dakota; Mitchell and Watertown, South Dakota; Everett, Seattle and Spokane, Washington; Win nipeg, Portage La Prairie, Brandon, Port Arthur. Fort William and other points on the Canadian side of the boundary: Chicago, Indianapolie and St. Louis, while a couple of hundred more delegates are on their way to the ...

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. — 16 June 1893

FINE WATCH REPAIRING,. E C BEUI DIAMOND SlErTIlO. WATCHESN, . I UIAMO4DN, AT d~Ybt)~P 1I TEKLIPO dltILW I(W*HL, AT •IO .l(. , s WELRY , DIAMOND L TRIBIIJ1NE. mRL jW. . RW MH LANV TUINGS RIC .IKIVELRV. A. le OBr lIIBA)l 120 Ceontra Ae VOLUME XIII. (GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 16, 1893. NUMBER I :3 THE SILVER RECORD Secretary Carlisle Tells the Story of the Coinage of the White Metal. And How He Paid Out Gold When lie Might Have Pahld Silver. WAsumraTON, June 13.-A representa tive of the Asaociated Press had a chat today with Secretary Carlisle about the silver situation. In the course of con versation the secretary said that from 1792 to 1873, a period of 81 years, the to tal amount of silver dollars coined was 88,045,838. In 1873 the coinage was stopped by congress, but was resumed in 1878 under the lIland-Alleson act, un der which up to July 14, 1890, something over 12 years, there wa-I coined 8378,100, 793; also trade dollars 85,078,472, and from seigniorage on bull...

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. — 16 June 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, FlIl)AY. JUNE 16.189.l IDOG4 IN TiHlE1 ,M.MNiGEI. It is not the practuco or the wish of this paper to bte unduly harsh towards persons who ditfe; from its views. We believe, however, that we echo the voice of the peop e, and especially that of property-owners on Central avenue when we say that the pavement of tile avenue is practically a universal demand. We are credibly informed that MIr. Chowen and 1 r. Coombs were signers of the petition which led the city to this expensive ut dertaking, and that their opposition to the enterprise is of very recent birth. It may Ib very kind lof them to take upon themselves to to ibat tie for the interest of Central avenue property owners. but as a matter of fact thie most of these gentlemen do not agree with the kickers regarding the paving question. andi the said kickers are accused of playino thll part of the ldo- in the manger. The minority. which attempted to pre vent the pairng of Maln street in HIelena last year. was sa...

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. — 16 June 1893

EYE TO COIFORT. What thie .Wor ies lait Min)IngeIC entci Iits D)one-Plenty of Seaits to lhet IUpon. Iefutation of' Iies Publi.shed ill 'cr tain PaIperl' Aitullt tlhe Fail'. Wotlit 's FAll:, Ju:t:e 8.- [Special.] - Zow tlhnt t he glorite.- days of June are here and the llllmner of visitors to the ex. position Is dally increasing, the shady seats to be fteund at various places thronughout the grounids are always occu. pied. In it letter written a cteple of weeks cago I sliud there was senlit g ca. pacity on the grounds for 10,000 people, and that this senel tl to be enllugh. But alhnost innedilately it becamne applarent the sittings nmuect be iucreased it the peo ple were to .have suflicient resting place. It mnust tle said to the credit of the man. agers of the fair that just as soon as they realized the neeetity of increasing these acemn moliet Ions they set nhout the work. Settees enouglh to hold l,(000 more people were at oncc'e cordereld, anid day after day the contractlre haives...

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. — 16 June 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY. JUNE 1.1. IM. TiHE IDEIIIMOCHACY AND SILVER. After quoting something like half a column on the silver question from this paper under the heading "Democratic Hypocrisy," the Missoulian rises to re mark: Tles TrIlt'lN:F is a democratic paper and it is reasonable to suppose that the majority of its readers are democratic. Tni. T'rasiiNF.'e idea, we suppose, was to show its readers that the cause of the de pressed linancial situation is the enmity of eastern bankers to silver. We will say that this is proved and pass on to the colument of Tis T!uniU:E, which is misleading in this much that it conveys, or tries to convey, the idea that when congress convenes something will be done for silver. Reanding between the lines TIi v:'l'inllts says: "Just wait till congress meets and (Gro ver Cleveland, president of the United States. the beet friend silver has ever had. and a democratic congress rehab ilitate silver, then good times will come." Now. if that isn't what...

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. — 16 June 1893

BRIGHT DAYS FOR NEIHART, The Mines Are Showing An Develop. ment Progresses, and Owners Rejoice. High Water in Belt Creek Caused a Little Seare on Sunday Iast. NEIHART, June 1.--[Special to Tnsu TRinvUnE.-Work on the side-track near the Frisco hotel has been begun, Tierney & Blanding being the contractors. When completed this will be a great conven ience to the Moulton, Gait and other companies near by as the ore shipped from those mines will then have to be hauled only a short distance. A. Bernier has purchased a lot adjoin ing the property of W. II. Banks and will soon begin the erection of a hand some residence. Mrs. John Sweeny and daughters left last week for a visit to relatives in Min nesoto. Ben Senar, the victim of the recent cutting affray, is slowly recovering and is now considered out of danger. R. D. Clark, of Reno. Nevada, the pro prietor of the Clark Leaching Process for the reduction of ores, was in camp last week visiting the mines and assay ing samples of ore wi...

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. — 16 June 1893

SUNDAY CLOSING. A Majority of the United States Circuit Court Decides that the Fair Mlust ('lose on Sundays. Divergent Views on thie Silver Qules tion Helld Iy (;en. TIracy Ii.II Senator .loIne:. Cli'.,,o. June S.--The majority of the 'nited States circuit court today de cided that the world's fair must close on Sundays. Judges Wood and Jenkins ordered that an injunction be issued re straining the officials from opening the gates of the fair grounds. Judge Gross cup dissented, recommending that the injunction applied for by the United States district attorney be not granted. The decisions of Judges Wood and Jenkins, though reaching the same point of view in the end, take action on widely diverging grounds and the die senting opinion ditfers radically from both. i I-II ii Ell'R i'LNITION, The l i-n of it.rera- l Tr. y and *i,-aIor W.\~IIsii.TosN, June S.---An evening paper has the following: ;eceral Tracy of Albany, who is one of the nloot con spicuous anti-silver leaders in congress...

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. — 16 June 1893

TOOK THE BULL BY THEtHORNS. Tlhat Was About Thie WVay Mayor Gelelthorpe Served The Klibkers Yesterday. Track Torn I' Ily 1Day and lhilaid Dlllring the Night Iinder I illiclt ies. As Judge tBnton's restraining order enjoining the city from proceeding with the Central avenue pavement, ex pired shortly before noon Thursday, the city authorities set to work.to put the street in order for the contructor. City Engineer White received a writ ten order from Mayor (Gelsthorpe to tear up the street car track between Fifth and Sixth streets. This was a ipar of the original plan, and the street ear com pany gave notice several days ago that its cars would run by the South side line while the paving of Central avenue is being done. But Manager D)ickinson received orders from BIoston to prevent the paving it possible, and he was in Helena with the corporation's attorney, Mr. Cooper, while the track was being torn up. The work was well done, and every care was taken to preserve the material belong...

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. — 16 June 1893

INVESTIGATION. Bitter Feeling Engendered By the Recent Tragedy (o Folrd's Old Theatre. Clerks Afraid to T'estify tor Fear of Losing Their Places - Lanlont's Letter. WASH.I.s;TO, June 12.- During the in vestigation today of the old Ford thea tre calamity a letter was received from Attorney-General Olney tendering the services of an assistant in conducting the inquiry. It was declined. Another letter from Secretary of Waw Lamont created a sensation. This letter was to the effect that the war department was informed an apprehension existed among department employee that they might jeopardize their positions by testi fying before the jury. Col. Lamont wrote: "It seems unnecessary for me to say such apprehension is entirelyground less, but to allay any such fears as may exist, I beg to inform you that no em ploye of this department will endanger his position in any way on account of any such testimony." J. W. Carter, a clerk in the wrecked building, testified that there had been a common...

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