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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 30 November 1894

Mont Historical ! GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. ITUME XVI.- GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , NOVEMEER 30, 1894.' 81.-0 PER YEAR. RTHYOBJECTSI a-Mississippi Congress Now In Annual Session at St. Louis. Y LARGE GATHERING That Will Come Before the presentative Body For Discussion. ous, Nov. 26.-The eeventh an meeting of the transmiseissippi began here today. About 000 tee are present. This will be the otable gathering in this city dur he present year. Daily sessions held, commencing Monday and Friday. It is the first time this not organization ever met in this d for that reason, coupled with wledge that it is composed of the ntative business men of the west, delegates are supposed to directly nt the people, they will, as busi en who have the commercial wel the west at heart, and who are in y guided by political influences or motives, indicate to western con en what particular measures n people are most concerned in. coming session the chief subjects usslon are the remonetization of irrigat...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 30 November 1894

JAPAN IS IVILLING That the United States Shall Pre vent the Petition of the Chinese ASKING FOR SUSPENSION Of the War - Minister Denby In structed to Present the Offer Direct. WASHINGTON, Nov. 22.-1n accordance with the suggestion of Japan, the state department has notified Ministers Dunn at Tokio and Denby at Pekin to trans mit direct any offer that China may wish to make Japan. The Chinese delegation here is not notified as to what course its government will take. The Associated Press cable from Japan states, however, that China has intimated a willingness to pay an indemnity of 100.000,000 taels, and in addition all the war expenses in curred by Japan. As the war expenses reach 150,000,000 taels, the total offer of China would be 250,000,000 taels. A tael, a Chinese silver coin, is worth about 55 cents at the present exchange. It is believed here arrangements between the two nations could be effected on terms providing for a small indemnity. Diplomatists say that under ordinary ] ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 30 November 1894

RUBBING IT. IN The Japanese Have Finally Captured the Chinese Stronghold, Port Arthur. AFTER A FEEBLE DEFENSE Chinese Soldiers Show the White Feather and Become Panic Striken. LoNDox, Nov. 24.-A dispatch from Shanghai asserts that 32 Japanese tor pedo boats made a concerted rush upon the entrance of the harbor of Port Ar thur and at the same time thebJapanese land forces attacked the place from the rear, while a heavy artillery tire was poured into the Chinese forts. The Jap anese infantry then stormed defense after defense. The Chinese resisted feebly. There were a few band to hand fights, but finally the Chinese became panic striken and the Japanese carried everything before them. A dispatch to the Times from Shanghai confirms the Times dispatch from Chee Foo, cabled exclusively by the Associated Press last night, saying the Japanese troops are re embarking at Port Arthur. Another dispatch from Shanghai says the third Japanese army, which left Japan Nov. 20, is supposed to have be...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 30 November 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. wUNKL. QUA year.......$.00 Onue year....... $.5 Dl oth . .0six mouths.....1.00 One mouth. .75 Three months..... .75 One week......... 0 . S 7 ingle copy..... "0 Unless paid In advance the daily will inern. ably he 751 cents per month, and the weekly 12 month fur Jesr than six months. Advertising rate,, furnished on application. The cIrculation of the Tribune In Northernl Montana ir guaranteed to exceed that of any paper publishedt in the state. Subecribers desiring their address changed most send their former address ae well as the new addreee; this should he rsmembersd. 111E TRIBUNE. Great Falls. Mont It China does not hurry up and agree upon some terms with Japan it will be too late and the price will have to be doubled. Port Arthur is gone and the next known the victors will be thunder ing at the gates of Peking. That Ranier volcano was not so mush of a volcano after all. The people of Tacoma laugh at the story and say that it was onl...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 30 November 1894

lC Friday. Nov 23. Dr. B. P Sandow of Neihart came in it week for a short visit to the city. 11. F. Nelson, a well known stockman Csecade, was in the city last week on winces. u r. M. D. Hastie of Misesion, formerly resentative in the legislature from ft s oounty, is a visitor in the city. h r. Peter Nelson of Monarch, who been operating a lime kdil in that A Wity during the summer, was in the n yesterday on business. e towneite company has deeded to h vid Duncan and John Duncan for a It deration of $400, the east half of lot block 236, First addition to town- m ti Miss L. M. Stephenson, stenographer H. P. Rolfe, returned yesterday from at ton county, where she has been doing Is nographic work for a number of weeks ci the democratic county committee. .l ayor Dougan, of Butte, Hugh Wil. proprietor of the Butte hotel, Butte, N Charles Curtis, of Helena, passed ai ugh this city yesterday on their way d St. Louis to attend the sessions of the anamiesiesispi congress. h Thomas Jenkins de...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 30 November 1894

TRAINING SCHOOL FOR NURSES The Institution Will Commence Its Work Next Month-Opening Lecture, Dec. 3. Scope of the Work--Circular Issued Giving Terms on Which Pu pils Are Received. The proposition for establishing a training school for nurecs in connection with the Columbus hospital has now assumed practical shape and the new in stitution will commence its work next month. The first lecture of the course will be given by Dr. Gelsthorpe on Dec. 3, and the subject will be "The Profes sion of the Trained Nurse." The lect urer will give a historical review of the evolution of the modern trained nurse and cover the subject in a general man ner. This lecture will be followed by others every week. Mrs. Cole, who is a graduate of one of the London training schools for nurses, will give a lecture. The stat! physicians of the hospital, Dre. Ladd, Longeway, Adams, and Sweat, will lecture from time to time on sub jects connected with the profession. Several other medical gentlemen have consente...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 30 November 1894

PARD £*FIO CRIBBING CORN. Bussk Clean and Do Not Crib Until the Corn Is Dry to the Cob. One may easily begin cribbing too soon. Getting the corn in the crib too early is even more disastrous than leav ing it in the field too long. Corn that beats and molds in the orib is altogeth er damaged. Every ear ruins its neigh. bor. And as the catastrophe takes place last round the outside of the crib, where the corn is exposed freely to the air, the 4amage is apt to have made a lam entable progress in the interior before is is discovered unless one is very watchful indeed. It will not stop the heating and molding to throw the top off the crib. That is the worse thing one can do. The damage may be miti gated by spreading the corn out in a dry, airy place. Be sure the corn is cured and then go ahead and as fast as you can. Corn can be fed when it will not be fit to crib for two to six weeks. That corn may keep properly in a crib it must not be husked until cured. It must he husked clean, and t...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 30 November 1894

DISASTROUS FIRE The Large Clothieg Hoase of A. Nathan Burned-Damage Will Be Large. ELECTRIC POWER HOUSE FIRE A Defective Fine Was the Cause- I It Burns for an Hour Before Help Arrives. At 1 o'clock Tuesday morning as W. D. I Benson and Jack Enright were walking home, Mr. Benson discovered smoke is suing from the upper story of the build- t ing occupied by A. Nathan's clothing house. He stepped up to the front door t and. placing his hand on the glass, could 9 feet that the place was full of heat al- t though the smoke was so thick that no a flames could be seen. Sergeant Shea at once pulled the lire alarm box on the t corner, while Mr. Enright went to a tele phone and called up Mr. Nathan, who d was sleeping soundly at his residence. The tire department was soon on the t ground and the front door smashed in. e The store was so full of smoke and the P heat so intense that the firemen could ti not get far inside the building and the ti dummies which were taken out on the p street from...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 7 December 1894

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XVI.- GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , DECEMEER 7, 1894. 41.b() PER YEAR. ANUAL iESSA~E f President Cleveland Makes a Big Talk to the United States v Congress. a HE IS STILL AGAINST SILVER : He Favors Free Trade and Untaxed r Circulating For State t Banks. WAsninoroN, Dec. 3.-The president's message war read in both houses of con grass this afternoon. It is one of the longest documents of the kind ever issned, containing 30,000 words. A large part of it is devoted to copious extracts from the reports of cabinet officers for the past year. The salient points are c covered in the following synopsis: To the (Yongress of the United States: The assemblage within the nation's t legislative hall of those charged with the duty of making laws, for the benefit of a generous and free people, impressively suggests the exacting obligation and inexorable responsibility involved in their task. At the threshold of such labor, I now to be undertaken by the congress o...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 7 December 1894

itl lit -TOOK A TUALQ Tacoma Visited Ly a Tidal Wave- R Steamers Tossed About pl Like Chips. hi GHEAT LOSS OF PROPERTY Ocean Docks and Freight Houses Take he a Slide Into the Bay-Two ia Persons Killed. at to Tacores, Nov. 30.-Amid the roar of an by immense tidal wave beating against the L shores of Puget sound, 600 feet of Ta- in coma's docks plunged into Commence- eli ment bay at 11 o'clock Wednesday night. ar Half a dozen steamers were tossed about like chips and two were disabled. At 1:40 a. in. the filled-in portion of the ocean dock was still settling and the ac- to cident began to aseume the form of a ul calamity to the city. I IH. Algers' boat th house, containing himself, wife and six M children, was turned upside down, spill- m ing the children out of their bunks into gB the icy water, and it is feared one of his daughters has been drowned. John Han -on, watchman at the Northern Pacific hydraulic pump. went down in the de- of brie and cannot be found. For a die- of tance of...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 7 December 1894

THE BIG CANAL14 It Will Engage the Earnest Consid eration of Congress in the Short Session. A DEMOCRATIC OPPORTUNITY If Democrats Do Not Act Republic. ans Will Surely Take the Question I1p, WVATi1OmIroN, Dec. 1.-There is a strong under-current of belief among members of congress that the Nicaragua canal will receive very earnest considera tion during the session of congress which begins Monday. There is feeling espe cially pronounced in the house, and par ticularly among southern members. Even those who, like Bailey of Texas, oppose the bill on constitutional and economical grounds, concede the ques tion will receive early attention, and most of them are of the opinion that the prospects of its success are very good. Mr. Cooper of Florida says that nothing could so restore the popularity of the democratic party as authorizing the construction of the canal. "The demo cratic party is the party which added the Mississippi valley and the Pacific coast to the national map, and it is the ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 7 December 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. WETY. One year. 88. ..$.00 One year......81.50 Six nmonthe.... 4.00 Nix months.....1.00 One month........ .75 Three months..... .75 One week ... .25 Single copy....... .05 Unless paid in advance the daily will invari ably he 75 renta per month, and tie weekly 82 per year, $1 for six months and :'0 cents per month for less than six months. Advertislig rater turnished on application. The circulation of the Tribune in Northern Montana is guaranteed to exceed that of any paper puhlilhe~l in the state. Nnbsoribere desiring their address changed mnst send their former address as well as the new address; this should be remembered. THE TRIBUNE. Great Falls. Mont. THE MEItSAOE, Considerable space of this issue of Tu: TaInoLsY is devoted to a synopesi of the annual message of President Cleve land. It is a lengthy document, far too lengthy for the purpose. It is in the main a resume of the reports of the cabinet otliceie, which congress or its comm...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 7 December 1894

OF THE Saturday, Dec. 1. Julius Cross deeds to W. D. Howard t for a consideration of $555 lot 28 in I block 1, town of Cascade, I The towneite company deeds to Con Sullivan for a consideration of $120, lot 1, in block 018, Seventh addition to townsite. The towneite company deeds to C. 0 Nyquist, the west half of lot 5, in block 127, towneite of Great Falls. Considera tion $200. John Red deeds to A. Diamantis lot 3 r in block 123, First addition, and lot 14 in c block 479 towneite of Great Falls. Con sideration $700. H. H. Nelson, a well-known stockman of Cascade, and J. G. Rumney of the same place came in yesterday and are registered at the Park. H. Park and Dr. Stevens returned h yesterday from a hunt at the headwaters 1 of the Judith. They brought back five deer with them. The Townsite Company deeds to Mark o Skinner for a consideration of $1,450 the a east three-fourths of lot 10 in block 240 p townsite of Great Falls. t Graders are at work on the west side n of track south of tu...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 7 December 1894

THANKSGIVING FESTIVITIES The Butchers' Ball at the Grand Central Hotel Was a Pro. nounced Success. The Black Engle Firemen Give a Dance at the Park--The K. of P.'s (elebrate. The Buchers' union ball at the Grand Central hotel, as Archie McDonald's new hostelry at the old court house building is now named, was in every re spect a success. The butchers went in to make a record for themselves as giv ing a ball second to none given by any society, and the committee on arrange went spared no pains or expense in carrying out this idea. The music was of the very best. The ball was most tastefully decorated and the supper was simply immense. 'the man who couldn't find what he wanted on the bill of fare at the Grand Central dining rooms must have been pretty hard to suit. The big ball room in the Realty block I was crowded with happy couples who thoroughly enjoyed themselves and I many complimentary remarks were made on the excellence of the arrangements. Dancing was kept up till a late hour...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 7 December 1894

EQUINE SKULLS. ything In a Horse's Head Except What Is In His Foot. his book on the horse Professor 0. lesson gives some striking illum one of the difference between the s of draft horses and speed horses. ADS OF HORSES BUILT 0OR SPEED. first illustration shows the long, face and neck and long pointed of the runner, trotter or fast driver. t come the animals that are built to the big beer, express or lumber on or city truck. DRAFT TIHOISES' HEADS. Here the heads are short and wide, he necks thick and muscular, the ears try small and set rather near together, s in the Clydesdules. Wintering Driving 1Hor1es. It will be well to touch briefly upon he way in which a great niany ne have their drivers wintered. The ilea jority of men who use their hors* :a iid in the sumnwr do not understand tnad about then( atid lhave not that love of t i , sport of driving which insures to their animals adequate care at 'all seasons of the year. In sumnuer the nag is used for all sortsof purposes, and wh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 7 December 1894

THE SUGAR TRUST Senator Quay Wants to Test the Sentiment of the Senate on Free Sugar. CHANCE FOR A LIVELY FIGHT The President Making Important Nom inations If He Can Do Nothing Else. WASHINGTON, Dec. 5.-There was not a quorum present when the senate met 1 today. Bills were introduced by Berry of Arkansas to form the territory of In dianola out of a portion of the Indian territory; by Dolph of Oregon, to exempt from duty foreign exhibits at the Port land exhibition; by Dunbar of Virginia, to remit fines and penalties on naval ships at Yorktown. Baltimore and Phil adelphia. By Dolph, to forfeit the un earned public lands granted to railroads; by McPherson of New Jersey, for an in vestigation into the merits of a plan for a unit of labor. Quay introduced an amendment to the sugar clause of the a present tariff bill, striking out all pro- t visions except that to remove the one eighth differential on sugar. The one- 3 tenth differential against bounty export- 1 ing countries to remain. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 14 December 1894

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XVI.- GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , DECEMEER 14, 1894. $1.60 PER YEAR. QUACKS ATWR tl It Carlisle Attempts to Show That He i Cam Doctor the National w Finances. ft A STATE BANK CURRENCY Recommended as a Panacea for All ni the Evils That Are Now ai Existing. li ft WAsaxnoroie, Dec. 10.-Secretary Car- a lisle appeared before the house commit tee on banking and currency today to b present in detail the features of the new at currency plan proposed in his annual re port and endorsed in the president's at message. Besides the full membership ( of the committee. Senor Romero, the hi Mexican minister, and many members of congress were present. Carlisle took gi up each section of his recommendation. ti First, the repeal of all laws requiring or b authorizing a deposit of United States bonds as security for circulation; and, second, to permit national banks to issue notes to an amount not exceeding 75 per cent. of their paid up and unimpaired capital, but ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 14 December 1894

BY DIRECT VOTE Senator Turpie Argues in Favor of Senators Being Elected by the People. THE SUGAR MANIPULATORS Some Very Ugly Rumors Regarding Senators Gorman. Brice and Smith. WAsmINoroN, Dec. 6.-Upon the open. ing of the senate today Gorman offered a reselution providing that when the senate adjourned today it be to Monday. Adopted. The president's message, in response to the senate resolution, submitting in formation as to the arrest of an American citizen in Peru, was received. Turpie look the floor for a carefully prepared report on the resolution for the election of United States senators by direct vote of the people. He said: When we recall the harsh criminatione, gross charges of pecuniary corruption and of fraudulent combinations and in trigues, disgraceful and dishonorable to the whole body, with which a prolonged senatorial contest is accompanied, whe ther in party conference or in open assembly, the removal of such an evil should be deemed a prime necessity." Sugar Manipu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 14 December 1894

VERY QUICK VORK Another Bold Hold-Up on the Texas Pacific Railroad Near Fort Worth. ONLY THREE MASKED MEN They Did the Job so Quick That the Passengers Can't Tell the Story. FORT WORTH, Tax., Dec. 7.-The east bound Texas & Pacific passenger train was held up at a trestle seven miles west of here at 5:30 p. m. yesterday. Several shots were tired from the front end of the train and the passengers were warned to keep their heads in the win dows. The train was detained ten or fifteen minutes, during which time those who caught a glimpse of the proceedings saw three mesked men with gune leveled marching the engineer and trainmen in and out of the baggage car. When they finished their work the robbere made the engineer back the train over the trestle and while it wan crossing disap peared in a thick forest. It is not known how much booty was secured. The robbers had possession At the ex press car until they accomplished their object. One valuable package is known to have been obtained...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 14 December 1894

THE WELKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ixmonth.4b.00n Si meonethe.1.00sa One months d 0it. 7 Three months.a..e7 One week......201 Single copy.....05 Unlees paid in sdvorec the daily will invari ably be 75 cent. per month, and the weekly 62 monte for lees than six months. AdvertiEnin rate fmUNished on a plication. The circulation of the Tribune In Northern Montana is uteed to exceed that of ay taJerdanbwisth the stath..Fednadd Labeeier.Itdesiring their the chasnge mast send their former address e well as tihe new address; this shouldebs remembered. THE TRIBUNE. Great Falls. Mont. FERDINAND 515 L$SSEPS. A long, eventful, and, in the main, honorable, life was ended in Paris yes terday with the death of Ferdinand de Lessepe. It is true that the last few years were clouded with a terrible scan dal that astonished the world, but even that couid not dim the brilliancy of his record nor detract from the genius of this moet remarkable man who wore the cross of the Legion of Honor wnen its po...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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