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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 15 September 1893

1AUOLGD MAFAlNO. NVATOhMN, DIAMOIr.U T WEEKLY T TILNGRIBUNE LWRWAR tV. E. CHAMBERLAIN'S , R J L 20 Central Ave VOLUME XIII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 15, 1893. NUMBER 9:4 . . .. __ . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . - . . . . . MURDEROUS ITALIAN lie Couhln't Get Hlls Pay So lie 'tarted lint In Search of (uore. e Tried to Kill Five Men With Pistol Alid ljllagger--Po'ek' llen llIolltuted. N.w YoeK, Sepit. I1. -,..Sonthinig ill e wild, petri-trhtarit ari rain of It in ro iluffano toldl him this nmorning that man blood wits the proper thing to ash out human justice. 11e couldn't t money due hiin. so h nule uilt Iti, ind to kill. lie tried to iiurdter live. on and wits lhimself llht dead h y hli at intended victim. A wiry little man was (;en, Innar Ilif not. iulfano was i liaii orlr, antl twtw ceks ago got ttipltllyllleit tIon workl hich is being, ditne for ira Ita. t IEvr -as cotipaniy it Si.t.ty sitllh trili . 'iT 'hti, nsiste oif digging ia latge lrin,:h t~ olt the g...

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. — 15 September 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. lRIDAT, 3lT.3BM1t1 Is. 185. STOP TALKING PANIC Says the Courier-Journal of Loui ville: "The country has been pretty nearly talked to death during the past three or four months. Somebody sud denly observed that gold was going to Europe. It had been doing this for three years, but nobody noticed it until the drain began to tell on the govern ment's gold reserve. Then somebody spoke of it with an ominous shake of the head, and immediately went up a great hue and cry about the danger just ahead. The people were scared out of their wits. They began to take their money out of the banks and hide it away somewhere, and the banks had to suspend. They began to skimp and scrape and save and deny themselves the ordinary indulgences of life, and merchants found trade dull and them selves unable to pay their bills. Every dollar that could be obtained was fastened upon with a death grip, instead of being sent about its business of paying debts. Banks loaded up their vaults with...

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. — 15 September 1893

ME1 KEEPING MILK AND CREAM SWEET. A Very Important Part of the Process Is Cleansing the Milk Utensils. It is often very desirable to keep milk and cream sweet for a longer period than Is possible by the adoption of ordi narily known methods. In warm weath er it is difficult to keep milk sweet for any great length of time, but souring even in the hottest weather may be great ly retarded. To keep milk sweet it should be reduced to as low a tempera ture as ptosible at the earliest practi cable mumlntltt after milking. For this purpose iera;ting I:t:ohines are Tnmade. The milk is ro,ndl'eI ovevr tinned tores while ice cold wntt,.r irunt througlh the tubes. In tive titinuitcs we hlave re ducted the tmrnl.rature of milk in our dairy by this process over 4t degrees. Milk st) chilled does not sour ,s raltidly as that which cools slowly. The cream fron this separated milk should keep w,.'et longer as Ia rule than from ullilk ;('t in p1tas tr .(aI f.,r the reason t Iltt it llllist always lit ...

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. — 15 September 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. BPTEMUIBDR 1. Il,. Gov. McKIstLaT hasopened the repub lican campaign in Ohio. Wa are glad that Baby Ruth has a sister. A long-suffering public are glad of it, too. WERSTER New York is just now troubled with a plague of grasshoppers. The pests have destroyed the crops and peaches, peas and green corn have suf fered to a large extend. WE are pleased to note that Col. Dan iel Searles, formerly editor of THE TaRIB cUE, has been appointed to the position of immigration inspector at Butte. The colonel has done some splendid newspa per work for the democratic party in Montana and it will please his friends all over the state to know that his serv ices have obtained recognition. THt. ground is getting in admirable condition for fall plowing. The recent rains have been a great benefit to farm ers in that respect. The soil is in a moist condition and if plowed this fall will guarantee early seeding next spring. The bench-land farmers particularly should give this s...

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. — 15 September 1893

OT UP FPTITIOWN, Greet Veils Should Ctreelate ig Petl tioes to the Gevernor-Canliag for an Matra session. The people of Butte, Livlngston and other towns are circulating monster pe. titions calling upon the governor to call an extra session of the legislature. The same are being signed at a surprising rate, so anxious are the masses in those towns to place'themselves on record on this all-important question. These peti tions will be sent to the governor in a few days. Great Falls ought to follow suit and send up a petition fifteen or twenty feet long containing bona fine names. Who will be the first to start the ball rolling? Start a dozen petitions at once in different parts of the town, then paste them all together. Let two or half a dozen citizens take the whole to Helena to see that it reaches the governor and is not elde tracked by some of the schemers who are trying to thwart the will of the people. The labor unions, the board of trade and the opera house meeting declared for ...

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. — 15 September 1893

A BURIGLAR DOGGED A Little Dog Gives the Alarm and a Thief Commits His Last Offense at Housebreaking. The Robber Shot Twice While Con cealed in a Bathroom-The Shooter Exonerated. PHILLItPSBURU, Sept. J.---Last night at 11 o'clock excitement prevailed in the vicinity of the railroad depot, news being brought to town that a man had been killed in the house of F. W. Herring, an engineer on the Phillipsburg branch of the Northern Pacitic. It appears that shortly after Mr. Herring and his family had retired for the night their little dog, which they had left down stairs, began to bark at a furious rate and make a great fuss. Mrs. herring told her hus band she thought there was someone down stairs. Mr. Herring thought the dog was merely making a noise to got out. L'pon hearing a great rattle of dishes Mr. Herring jumped out of bed, took a lamp and revolver, and went down stairs. Hearing a noise in the back part of the house he threw the kitchen door open and saw a man standing near the ta...

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. — 15 September 1893

PICKING AND PRESERVINQ. Seme of the Methods Saggelted by Gee Ieasmnelag . t Pattl Away eraft. Pickle., preerve. and marmalades. Jollies and Jams, housewi.tly aids. Thematterof pickling, preserving,oan. ningand otherwise using the available rodcts of summer and autumn is a rge, a very large one; hence a few sug gestions made at this time may be wel come. The peach is a favorite with most honusewives, for if of good quality and properly handled it may be depended upon for flavor and attractiveness. Here is a recipe for preserving peaches: The peaches and sugar, of equal weight, are put into the kettle in layers -beginning and ending with a layer of sugar. Set oves the fire, and a pint of water to each 4 pounds of fruit and sug ar is added. The sirup is brought to a boll, which continues for half an hour, when the peachee are taken *arefully out and puton a at dish in the sun. The slrup is boiled down till it is thick and clear, when the peaches are put back and boiled till they look c...

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. — 15 September 1893

HE'S ALL RIGHT. Mitchell of Oregon Addresses the Sen ate in Behalf of Silver-He Wants Free Coinage. Eloquently lie Pleads the cause of the Farmer-The White Metal Is Vital to ills Inte.rests. WASHIrsTJs, Sept. 13.-In the senate yesterday Senator Stewart's resolution for a committee to ascertain whether any senator is financially interested in any national bank went over till tomor row. The repeal bill was taken up. Mitch ell of Oregon addressed the senate against the bill. While Mitchell was speaking Stewart called attention to the absence of a quorum. 1 he roll was called. Fifty-three senators responded. Mitchell resum.ed his speech. 11e fa vored free coinage, and while he would be willing as a lest re i t to change the ratio in order to secure free coinage he believed it should be decreaseI to 13, ., to 1. M.itchell dwelt upon the surpass ing importance uf the question which confronted congress and discussed the causes which produced the re cent distressed condition of the coun try...

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. — 22 September 1893

WATOH REPAIRINH, W. E. CIAMIERUIN D TNB, WATCHJU, : DIAMOND IRD MWIW 'ECTARIWE a TEKLINO tILWDRWARICK AT LIVN J "WVLRT. C. CHABMBRRLAI ._ 30 O MtrM AV LUME XIII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANGA, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1898. NUMBER 100 ISGONSI FIRES. d, Win., In In ia State of (reat citement--Fires Threaten to Wipe Out the Place. Iunfired Families hlomeless-Two • ndred Nqulare Miles Swept 1y tihe Flames. MAil, WVis., aept. IS.---. r,ter day exciting day for .\Ahlaud. At o people were called ror .,or the tire ularm. 'Thie lemoke and hecranl ahlmt bliniding all over y . More than a thousand volun ore added to the tle departinit it the tlatner, which rushed in on y from, the OUrannh Indian reset SAt : Ol:loilk there wans a cry of r amonlg the ieople living near the ukee, Ilai;e Slhire and \\eteitii d sihops. l ae watr w,,r; had out. Cihelm.n cal e.ginesi.. iIe ht up but were usele~ha.i to try it lie tlani, its a high gali of wind lowing. 'ihe oatl holps caught id dead loc.litiviies were I....

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. — 22 September 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. fIIDA!. sUrrasBUB 3. Use. SA Fassozscaw s and Californians in general have entered into the project of making their midwinter international exposition of 1804, one of California's greatest triumphs. The circular juet issued to the press contains a vivid ac count of the ceremonies attendant upon the inauguration of the fair, which was held Aug. 24. One hundred thousand people were preesent. We cull a tew sen tencee from Director General DeYoung's addreee to show with what enthusiasm the people of California enter into whba ever will benefit the Golden state. S..i Mr. De Young: -Seven weeks ago today the executive committee appointed by you met for organization. Three days after that time the finance committee was organized. Now, gentlemen, in seven weeks what has been accomplished? Look back at the great enterprises of the world, or at the histories of exposi tions, and in two years they never ac complished as much as we have in seven weeks. What have we done? Sev...

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. — 22 September 1893

FASIIONS IN COIFFURL Oualat eoes 3eemnlag to oseesty, bat T.rla .o Plata Women. The world belongs to pretty women, aA the fullness thereof is theirs. To the women with the fairies' gift all else shall be added, particularly in the do aian of dress. It is for the prettywom sa that modes are made and exquisite fabrice wrought. She needs the oonsid eration of the designer much less than plainer women, but she receives it all the more in deplorably unjust ratio. Particularly this season does the plain woman feel bitterness in her soul at be ing deprived, through no fault of her own, of her birthright, for, says the New York Bun, every fashion now de mands the sweet and gentle type of beauty known to the Amelisu and Cho rillas of a bygone day, before higher ed ucation and smartness and swagger came in. The style of coiffure prevalent only a Romola or one of Miss Mulock's low voiced women could wear with becom ingness, for the very latest thing in hair dresming, coptie from the old time m...

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. — 22 September 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. IFRIDAY. 1PT3MBfl3 5. 1855. FoaseT fires are now soourging north er. Wisconsin. Large tracts of country have been burned and much property destroyed. A number of towns have been threatened with total annihilation, so devastating are the flames. THn Decorah (Iowa) Republican is au thority for the statement that there will be six tickets in the field in that state if Coffin "stands." That gentleman, know. ing full well the fate of cofins, has re fused burial and taken to the woods. "AT least 1000 patriots are anxious to know who controls the federal patronage in Montana," says the Missoulian. Well, if that be true there are easily fifty times as many citizens of this glorious state anxious to know who "controls" the gov ernor just now when the very air is teeming with appeals for an extra see sion. LET the discomfitted "strippers" who were diseatistied with the prospects of fered by the Cherokee strip come to Montana where desirable homesteads are yet to be had.1l ...

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. — 22 September 1893

COUNCIL IMmwlxo. Twe odisaesees Head-The Qaestlon o Repalrlng Igeed Street elower Con. sadered--Roatthe uslaes. The clty council met last night in regular session, the mayor presiding, and lithe aldermen belng present excepting Ordnance number 106, relating to fire escapes, and ordinance number 107, re lating to stacking hay in the city limits, were read for the first time and referred to the ordinance committee for consid. stion. A petition from the property holders in the vicinity of the poetoflce asking for permission to pat in a crossing in front of the poetofloe at their expense was referred to the streets, alleys and sidewalks committee. It was refused. The city attorney presented a contract between the city and H. B. Flick for the removal of garbage. The same was ac cented after due consideration. The question of purchasing feed for the fire team and coal for the city build ing was discussed at length. It was agreed to appropriate $200 for the same -i180 from the fire fund an...

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. — 22 September 1893

HEYWOOD ON OWLAT FALLS. He Devotes Two Columns to the Town In a Recest Chlege Evenalag Paper. Many will doubtless remember Her bert Heywood who visited Great Falls several months ago while on a tour of the northwest in the interest of several eastern newspapers. He spent about a week here gathering data for future newspaper articles, some of which have appeared in different eastern journals. He is a clear, forcible writer, and his ar ticles are always interesting. The Chicago Evening Journal of Sep tember 2 containsover twocolumns from the pen of that gentleman descriptive of Great Falls and environments. It com mences with an account of the big falls, ihe Giant spring, the Rainbow falls and other natural attractions in this vicinity. Then follows a sketch of the decline of the steamboating business and a refer ence to the construction of the Manitoba and the consequent rapid growth of this "Here," says the writer, "within sound of the roaring cataracts, in sight of the encircling c...

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. — 22 September 1893

A HOMEMADE COUCH. ITS POSSIBILITIES WHEN THE HANDI WORK OF AN INGENIOUS PERSON. Of Graeful Frame, Tleldla ISprnlg, soft Cashlons ead Testeful Cover, It Is a Raven of Rest For the rouasholdt-ow to Make It. The "settle" which was a feature of habitations of our grandfathers was home manufacture, and it was strong much at least can be said for it, t when it comes to eulogizing those d settles on the score of comfort a very vid imagination is required. Its anga THE COUCH COMPLETED. ty and hardness, however, were prob y not noticed in those days as they ld be at present, because the peoplo not then familitr with many of the forts and luxuries that pertain to g in thelatter partof the nineteenth tory. What a sigh of contentment "gran' " would have given could he have tched himself out for ant evening's p after a hard day's toil upon such a ch as is figured herewith! There were springs covered with soft material in rough affair on which he stretched weary limbs, but there are in this The s...

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. — 22 September 1893

DISAPPOINTED. Ten Men to Every Claim on the Strip - Plenty of Contests in Sight. Many Deaths by Prairie Fires-The (Government and RIallroads at Loggerheads. ARMK.ISAS CITY, Ken., Sept. 19.--1)i appointed boomers are returning by the hundreds. There are at least 110 men to every claim on the strip. As a conse quence there will tie contests without number, and there are reports of several murders committed on account of them. Deaths by prairie flree are reported tobe numerous. The strip was again visited by hot winds yesterday. The wind here reached a velocity o' :a3l miles an hour. It was laden with intense heat and sand, ant made life a burden. It caused the rapid spread of prairie tires and reports of loss of life in the ltamues are expected to he numlllrous. Nearly every townsite in the strip has a rival. Enid, ornel, the ollicial county seats in the lt;o,: leland road. has a rival with the sa line name two miles south of it. The governmeint has refused to locate the site at Ioek ...

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. — 29 September 1893

most HiloriorlS Aio FINE WATCH REPAIRING, W. E. CNAMBERIAI1 """W"WEEKLY TREaIBUNE. IAMOND BUTTINGO. WATHsf 8 a DIAIO 3WALR1 MANUFACTURING rirBTmRLluG uILunWARm. AT • RiCe JRWKLRT. #W. . CRAMBE RLAII'f Ju 34 Central Av VOLUME XIII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBERI 29, 1893. NUMBER 10(6 THE SITUATION. lie Repealers Are .InJst as Far Off as Ever from Carrying Their Measure. t It Predicted that October Will lBe IFar Adtanced IBefore a Voto Is Taken. ,I W.I lsln.lN, Sept.'2. -'The situation the senate fails to sholw enctourlrge nt for those who are Lmaking tih battlu unconditional repeal. The repeal rces are apparently no Ilearer victlry an ten days ago and it loes not appelar at they have maIdeiI a convert in the nate for two weeks. The projipelr i r unconditional repeal are not so bright when the repeal bill pansed the house. he repeal senators have apparently at conlidence and the anti repeal eena ois have regained all the courage they at after the passage of the measu...

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. — 29 September 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAT. SuPrBMBIB tO. tim. THe Royal Milling company Is now turning out some cholce flour. SkNA'aroa Haannuouon of North Da kota has raised his voice against the re peal of the Sherman law. IIAn the "pomp of power" so soon cor rupted Gov. Rickardsinto believing with the late William II. Vanderbilt ("the public be d-nd"? W. U. ONuRAI, Paris Gibson, II. P. Rolfe, and Robert S. Ford will make a good, strong delegation to the Pan American Bimetallic association which meets in St. Louis Oct. :L THE gold bugs are worried over) the solid front presented by the silver men. On the other hand the silver men are becoming more defiant, confident that repeal is now further off than ever. ST. Louibl Republic: The democratic party has been in power six months and already the republican panic is begin ning to disappear. Before the year is out there will be democratic prosperity all over the land. Wr ihave never heard the integrity of Mr. Stephenson questioned. Why the Leader sho...

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. — 29 September 1893

ROBBERS ROBBED. The Reported Recovery of the Plun der In a Trunk ('ontradieted -Only $1,M00) Found. Detectives Nonplnused - They Think the ltlobllerm Ilave Been Robbed by utsidhle Parties. IAIRuVA'rr'TVE, Mich. Sept. 21.--lRobbers have been robbed. Tbat is the latest announcement and greatly complicates the task of thu de tectirve in tracing tIhe toney eitole+n from the ex.press train at IIcsitnene!. After three days of Phkepl ,.:,l tl, the Melutlhl have capturet all 'i , i, w.erc directly o indirectly iiapli iiia i, Ibut atn tac at. vr front cubiccPS fruit fi:ding th. pIu, h.rle The mlconWey w i accurately t r:ri through the handn of iall who ,, , in the plot, but hero the ciu, uI:rchlh nly end,. andi the r ,errc.it,.r vi.,eriy en : aleud the bioly, or t,. thy ,vr, c.. d de.leti,, are dise ose, d tl ti o t,.ii, .. ,itl.rC haI;,' i. U-eded in filchi.ng o)ri;cXey frIoIc the thileves theiuenvci. Ie. " i ,f .(C 1 t.lin from the train, it in c .v,, pirt! i 'lii known that atid' fril -1,...

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. — 29 September 1893

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. SI'rMB3ERtl s3. ess. STEWART WAS LOADED). Senator Stewart held the attention of the senate Monday during the entire session while he pai'l his compliments to the president for attempting to coerce congress into passing the silver repeal bill, thereby impairing the independ ence of a co-ordinate branch of the gov. ernment in violation of the constitution and in a manner destructive of govern ment. The chief point in the senator's speech was his reference to the adminis tration's avnwed policy of disregarding the act requiring the purchase monthly of 1,500,(XJ0 ounces of silver. In fact that was what inspired the attack on the executive. Strange to say he was not interrupted once from the beginning to the end, not even when he caustically referred to the president's meager prac tical education in the following Ian guage: "1 believe," said Stewart, "that the president is the only president who has ever presided at the white house who did not possess a libera...

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