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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 23 June 1893

IIOND lTllIINO, WATCHeI, I t DIAMOID, WZLKY IANUFAOTURINW O 8TZRLINO IIUILWtWEARE, AT - RICH JWKELKY. W. 3. CHAMBERLAIN'S 120 Coeatrrl A~e VOLUME XIII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 23, 1893. NUMBER 13 XING THE BLAME. 1 Work By the Cnroner's .luty on the Ford's Theatre DIisaster. neworth, Dante, Masse et. al. May Be Tried for Man slaughter. ASIINOTON, June 19. -It was de d by Coroner Patterson today that SH. C. Ainsworth should not be moned to appear as a witness before coroner's jury in investigating the ae of the Ford's theater disaster. is decision was precipitated by I. II. rner, one of. the jurors, who stated t several of the jurors wouil like the oner to i.ue., a suol, [ina for I ol. Ainre rth to give testimony lit too inqulest, t merely in Irgar I to Ihts own eonnllc n with the an:c:ililt, but iiith roefr co to other I)artloe concerned. "I see no reason," sanid Mr. 'Warner, by he should be treated dilferentl) im other witnesses. Four of the jury or having him bef...

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. — 23 June 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. JUNE 11.1 i0. THE SILVER PROPAGiANDA. ('uriously enough, most of the demo cratic papers of Montana have made no editorial mention of Secretary Carlisle's underhanded attack on silver. indeed most of them seem to be under the spell of the gold ring almost as completely as the press of the east. The Helena Inie pendent calls for the repeal of the Sher man law, adding a proviso for a substi tute to mean virtual free coinage. But it ignores the injurious talk of Secretary Carlisle as if the secretary's vicious at tack on the white metal had been over looked, or was regarded as insignificant. The BIutte Miner and Anaconda Stand ard have likewise ignored MN. Carlisle's utterance, and the Butte Inter-Mountain has reviewed it iua purely partisan way. The silver question is by no manner of means a party question. but a national one, and as such itshould be approached by all who have the country's interests at heart. Tue utterance of Secretary Carlisle against whic...

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. — 23 June 1893

AKGOLFB-BICK TRICK IN THE ASSAY OFFICE THE PEOPLE HAD LOADS OF FUN. An nateresting and Mirth Producing En aounter of an Innocent Looking Jay hawker With a Lot of Exceedingly Smart nook Clerks Who Knew It All. What a jay he lool:edl The hayseed was dropping out of his pockets, and his unkempt whiskers were sporting with the wind as he marched into the United States assay office in Wall street and de posited upon a desk a big carpet bag, which he sot down with a resounding bang. All the clerks stood around and grinned. It was the old story. "Mr Assay Man," he said. "I have here a gold brick that I" But he was interrupted with a roar of laughter. A young man in a corner nearly rolled on the floor with merri ment. A banker's clerk who had come in to inquire about a gold shipment gig gled till he was crimson. "Sucker horn every minute," he said. "Same old yarn. You jayhawkers wouldn't get taken in so often if you read the papers. ()h,. Lord. what a fo,,I you must lx!!' The old man looe,d...

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. — 23 June 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. JUN2. *8.18. THEil: JUTION OF QUEt TIONS. Silver must be restored to the money channels of this country instead of being stored in the treasury vaults at Wash ington. Public ,opinion mlust be crystalized on this question so that all others may be made sulbeorvient to it from now until the congressional elections of next year. It may be that the cntest for the re monetization of silver will not be per mitted to tuake much headway during the present, clongress. Everything will depend on whetlier the president modi ties his views. It is cl.har at present that he is hostile to t the Sherman act as it now stands. anl that hie has made no objection to the policy of the treasury as pursued by Mr. Carlisle. It is in fact pIrobable that he dictated that policy, and that he is as unfriendly to silver as any of the ramp ant minomoetalists. This pater has tried hard to lind some reason for thinkling that such is not the case. but the recelnt utterances of Carlisle, a...

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. — 23 June 1893

NEWS O NE IHART. Current Events at the Mineral Capital of Eastern Montana. NEriARnT, June 17.-(Special to THE TRMatN.J-T. E. Brady of Great Falls was in town for several days this week looking after some improvements in the water-works system in which he is large ly interested. Mre. James McKay, who has been visiting friends in Nova Scotia since last December, returned to town this week. On Tuesday night Horace Savage in some way fell and broke his leg. The fracture is a serious one and will likely confine him to the house for some time. Edward Williams arrived in camp Monday froet the Belknap Indtian agency and has decided to locate here. lie will re-open the Neihart hotel. Mrs. Albert Barker left on Saturday's train for her old home in Nova Scotia where she will visit friunds duialng the summer. rhe hody of little harry Philippi, the boy who was drowned a few days ego in lelt creek, was recovered on Th ursday several miles below town. lie iand his father were crossing the creek, t...

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. — 23 June 1893

ARMY BILL SAHE. The Germans Hlave a Lively Appre hension of the Fighting Qualities of Ia Belle Franwe. An Old Timer (Grieves illi Friends and (Gets Away to Canada With Ilodle. BERLIN, June 15.-At o'clock this morning returns from 70 districts indi cated that 3i have been carried by the parties opposed to the army bill. Fifteen have been carried by the parties favor ing the bill and 19 are in doubt, but the chances are in favor of the government. The government parties have lost three of their former seats, two to the social democrats and one to the south German democrats. The government has won one seat from the opposition. The so cial democrats have won two seats be sides having secured many chances for new victories on second ballot. A curi ous feature of their two accomplished victories in new fields is that they won at the expense of the Richter radicals, who are enemies to the army bill, and not, as was expected, at the expense of the national liberals, friends of the bill. Alt...

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. — 23 June 1893

OLD ENOUOGH TO KNOW BETTER. A Good Man Gone Wrong by Trying to Get Rich too Fast. L. B. Olds, an old-timer and one of the most prominent miners in Montana, is reported to be an absconder to the tune of over 850,000, and from all ac counts is now a resideat of Canada, where he has in all probability joined the American colony residing in that land for their health. The report that he had skipped out came like a blow to many personal friendse. and few, if any, believed it at first, but his absence and unknown whereabouts finally enforced the incredulous to acknowledge its truth. his rascality would not have been discovered for some time had it not been for the accidental meeting of two men. one of whom was working for Olds and the other being a member of a Kan sas City purchasing firm which had em ployed Olds to do certain work in this state for them. The latter gentleman is out about $800K) ani would like very much to meet the absconder. J. E. Jackson, senior memherof the Kansas City...

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. — 23 June 1893

BALLAD lO AN OLD MAID. She seard one saying. "I wonder why That pretty old maid was never wed." And she turned aside, with a dewy eye, And eat with her hand to her bended he. "If they only knew." her sad heart said, And her pleading thought searched the uni. verse through Again for a form that long ago fled, The gallant form of a boy in blue. Again were the so'liers mar.ching by. With eager zeal in thelr measured tread. The brave flag brightening land and sky With glorious light from Its rich folds shed. Again the blast of the bugle led Her heart where blood was the grasses' dew, And lying low on a hlor's beed The gallant form of a boy in blue. No wedding chimes from the bells on high. But ever through all the years lnstead A toll prolonging the mingled cry Of woe and triumphl that battle bred. And her heart on no other love was fed. But ever through all the years was true To hinm who fell where the fell was red. The gallant form of a boy in blue. Prince, who art young. when war tim...

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. — 30 June 1893

FINE WATCH HEPAIRINO, 'V 7 % V TV U "" WEE KIY TRIBUIN E. "'"" DIAMOND SUIYIN, WATtl E iJ E C AMBEEAIN JNWZLRT MANUFACWTUING J1LWEA . C WAMISDEL AT *RINI JIWA ELW, IOD W. 38. CHAEUeRLAIN'8 WG IW150 Central Ave VOLUME XIII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, .TUNE 30, 1893. NUMBER 13 SPORTING EVENTS. A Comparatively Small Attendance at the Colombian Athletic Club House. Bobby Burns Knocked Out by Naples --Maher, the Irish Champion, Downs Fhlol. RoaR, Ind., July 20.--The Columbiar Athletic club opened its club house to. night for the second time, with a com. paratively small attendance. The at. tractions were a finish fight between Hugh Napier of Australia and Bobby Burns of Providence, R. I., preceded by a ten-round "go" between Maher, the Irish champion, and Val Flood of Au. tralia. Napie- and Burns fought for a purse of $2,000, both weighing in today at 122 pounds, and were in the beset of condition. The "go" between big Maher and Flood was for a $1,200 purse, 8200 of which went...

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. — 30 June 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY JUNE 10. 1m. WHAT THE (GOLD iARONS s tV. The manifest dishonesty and jugglery which characterize the onslaught of the gold ring for the final overthrow of silver may lead to srioar complications in the near future, but w\iill Ftldyving the silver question it is not a :jl ideat to take note of what is Faid in ,p.sitiol. to the present silver law. liere is a significant editorial from llradetreets: Events are gradually bringing about a situation which will compel definite ac tion in relation to the silver.purcliase law of 18'JO. That measure was in its inception a compromise and a makeshift. It has been almost from the first a con spicuous failure in practice ss an influ ence in holding up the price of silver. It now constitutes the most serious single menace, not merely to the prosperity of the country, but even to its financial se curity. All students o. finance have been aware that it has been steadily dis placing the treasury holdings of gold with unusab...

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. — 30 June 1893

HOBBS AND HIS FLAG. AN EPISODE OF WAR DAYS IN THE HARBOR OF HONG-KONG. An Impatient Yankee Skipper Who Had Confidence In HIs Shill and Who Dared the Alabama--Flying Two Flags In Neu tral Waters-flow the Escape Was Made. "During the greater part of the war," said the retired skiplr, "there were a large number of American clippers stall ed in Hong-Kong harbor, having orders to remain thlrer from their owners, who feared the Alabama. This arrangement did not at all please the captains and officers, as many of us were anxious to go home and ship in the navy. but orders were orders. We could not leave the ships, anmd the frequent visits of the Ala bama herself to the harbor, forcing her self 'into our midst,' as the saying goes, were very vivid reminders that neutral waters were a pretty good sort of an in vention. "Although we passed the long weeks and months as pleasantly as oa could, with all kinds of arrangements for kill ing time, both on shipboard and on shore,. there was of course...

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. — 30 June 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY JUNKE S.1856. THE WEST AND ART. In the following comment of the New York World the principal charge seems to be that the west has no opportunity to witness the Black Crook in New York style, and therefore has no real notions of the female form divine. Mark what the World says: The discovery by the western women that the silver statue of Ada Rehan is "bow-legged" throws a melancholy light upon the knowledge of the nude female figure which obtains in the far west. The dames of Idaho and Minnesota, who have never seen a "tlice figure of a woman," and who have all representa tions of the nude covered up before at tending an art exhibition, cannot be very good judges of the female form. They have deduced the bow-legs from the ankles of the statue. But in art the bow-legs do not follow: there are swel ling curves to be taken into considera tion, and without a knowledge of them the envious -onclusion is worthless, it is much to be regretted that the acsthetic wom...

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. — 30 June 1893

HIS FAR.IeWLL SIt.ROt.. Rev. John Reid, Jr., Reviews His faithfual Work in GOreat Falls. Sunday evening's farewell service at the Presbyterian church was attended by about 450 persons. The Methodists, Congregationaliste, and Baptists held no services and their ministers and congre gations were present to bid the Rev. and Mrs. Reid farewell. Musicians from other denominations took part in the services and rendered beautiful music appropriate to the occasion. In his ser. mon Mr. Reid sketched how he came to Great Palls, Aug. 15, 1886, and deter mined to become, with others, a builder; a master builder, acting accordicg to the plans and specifications of the Great Architect. i he first services were held in the little, old school house on the south side, and here met all the church noing people of the little town together. But as the town grew Providence, as He had divided israel that each tribe might lead different men to God, ordained that in Great Falls there should be denomi nation...

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. — 30 June 1893

TERRIFIC EXPLOSION Five I'ermons Killed Instantly and Three Seriously Injured in a Coal Mine. eerretary ('arlisle Will Anticipate the .July laterest on the 4 I'er Cent Holltds. \\Wt.i..st.ius:, Pa., June 22.-Ata late hour this evening while eight men were at work in Nanticoke No. t, the gangway of No. 0 slope of the Susquehanna Coal company about three quarters of a mile from the bottom of the shaft, a terrific explosion of gas took place which hurled. the victims off their feet and sctter.d them in all directions, killing four men and a boy instantly and seriously but not fatally injuring three more. The dead are: Abram Walker, minor, mar ried. leaves live chi.dren; I'rank Beanick, 14 years of age, door boy, died after reaching home; John Smith, miner, mar ried, leaves three cl ildret ; Winm. Shortz, laborer, burned to a crisp, and a Poland er whose name could .not be learned. The injured are: John Gwent, horribly burned about the head and arms, in a serious condition; two 1'olande...

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. — 30 June 1893

LEASURE RESORTS. ome of the Shady Spots Near the City Reaclhed By hoats. Warm Weather Will ,ee Them Well Patronized. And Bright with Merriment. The pleasures and profits of a boat ride on Broadwator hay and far up the river from Great Falls have been herald ed state wide by delegates to the various conventions that have met here and other visitors and this grand body of water is the envy of Helena, poor, parch ed Butt-, and other cities of the state, but seldom have the citizens of Great Falls enjoyed delightful rides, visits to shady parks, good fishing and general recreation along the river and at the various resorts, and this is not as it should be. Capt. Taylor's large, speedy and hand somely furnished steamer, the "J. J. Hill," affords to all relief from business and minutes full of pleasure. The even ings now are not too cool, the flishing is good and picnic grounds are abundant At Glenwood park, CGpt. Taylor's grounds, the water has just gone down, leaving a rich soil which 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. — 30 June 1893

A CANAL IN CRIMEA. THE AGE AND HISTORY OF A WORLD'S WONDER UNKNOWN. A Great Waterway Which a Rlssian BEnsl neer Thinks Was Built as a Means of De fense In Ancient Tinmes-A Detailed Ae count of the Wonderful Structure. The great Russian engineer Melni koff writes from Odessa to the Smith sonian institution describing the ruins of an ancient canal discovered in the Crimea, which he regards as one of the wonders of thq world. It is certainly 27 centuries old, and among similar ancient objects of historic interest is second only in age to the great pyramids. The hang ing gardens of Babylon and the Colossus of Rhodes are shrouded with no deeper mysteries than the existence of this great ditch, whose ruins can be traced for a long distance through the Crimean plain. Whether it was a waterway in the olden times and the pathway of ancient com merce between the Black sea and the sea of Asov or a means of defense for the people living in its vicinity is a question which wise men, supposed to ...

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 July 1893

FINE WATCH REPAIRINI, WV. E., CHA MBERL ND -WEEKLY TRIBUNF "'"" IAMoUND I 2TTIN{IFIFIOZIIT WTeH DIAMOBDRU 6WlCLBT IAIIUrAOTUBINO MLYSTERLING SILWLIIWARIC, AT ICH, JC JWKLtV. , B. O, RAII IERLAIIE' 120 Central AU VOLUME XIIT. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 7, 1893. NUMBER 1:3 ILL BE RPEALED. herman Says He Thinks Congress Will Repeal His Bill-tHis Views on the Subject. Vhat the New York Post Has to Say Anent the Financial Trouble- The Worst Not Over. CHICAGO, July 3.- "l'here has never betn a time since the law of 1890 known as the Sherman act, was passed that I would not have voted for its repeal," said Senator John Sherman at the Lexington hotel today. "The Sherman act was a compromise measure and it was pasedi to save the country from a free cloinage bill that had been passed by the senate by an overwhclming majority. I) mn crate helped to pass the Shornian bill and now they abuse it and blame it for all the financial woes of the nation. I have told Messrs. Cleveland a...

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 July 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY JULY 7.18GB. NO CAIUE FOR ALARM. As we have urged from the beginning of the present financial disturbance, we do not believe there is any cause for alarm or apprehenscon. We believe with Judge Goouudwin of the Salt Lake Tribune, "that the very necessities of the nation will wnake certain the restor ation of silver, a recognition on a fair basis, and that this is th, very (lark hour inuuediately preceding a dawn that will be full of sunshine and hope.' We have reached a point in our his tory at which the dictation of the loths childs and other seritic bankers of Europe and New York is going to to ignored and resented. Their system is one of pillahge and the American people have found it out. These shrewd manipulators have al ways known that gold and silver are mercantile comundities which if bought in the market where they are cheapest, and sold in the imarket where they will bring the highest price, can be made to yield a handsome profit, and of lateyoars ...

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 July 1893

DUAL PERSONALITY. lESIDUAL PHENOMENA OF THE MIND IN SANE PEOPLE. This Festlur et (of Comll iPersonaullty Is Boet Beemsn In the (Csee of a eo Called Ab seatmeinlde, Iltui.eis Mtan--Experlences of the Sleplilng t1 l1 .. Evhielete I. not wan:lting to show that what we clil Ie rs.nality is an extremely complex thing. t l'mc ni of subsidiary per sonalitiesn %hich now shift and change like the figures in a kaleidoscope, and again t.oecoming sharply defined under some abnormal condition crystallize into two or imeore distinct groups of elements, which alternately sleep and wake or even coexist. These complex elements may he so unstable, the grounp compos ing them constantly breaking up and forming new combilnations, that the idea of multiple Iersoinality does not natural ly attach itself to thlem; it is only when they become stable, cnd especially when each exhibits a well defined conscious ness that we begin to think of such a thing But besides the abtnormal and diseased condition.s wihic...

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 July 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY JULY 7. 1850. THE Butte Inter Mountain and Hlel ena Independent are calling attention to the fact that in such times as the pres ent the public is more than ever in duty bound to stand by the local press. There are many business men who are doing well in the various communities of Mon tana who give no support to the press, and who seem to pay no attention to the benefits, direct and icdirect, which they they are receiving all the time through the work done by the newspapers. In a new community, and especially when financial affairs are unsettled, there could be no cohesiveness or unity of ef fort except through the aid of the news paper press. Let the business men of Great Falls ask themselves how they would like to have the daily papers of this city shut up shop ana go out of business. They are not making any money, but they work steadily for the city, and for every business enterpri-e within its borders, and yet there are firms that will not advertise or...

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