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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 14 December 1894

9 F THE WE Friday. Dec. 7. Robert Blankenhaker is in from his nch at Box Elder and is registered at he Park. J. T. Athey came in yesterday from rmington and will be in the city for a ay or two. Born, to J. W. McKnight and wife, onday, November 28, a daughter. upuyer Acantha. The case of Boyer vs. The Great Falls ater company was on yesterday in the triot court. The towniite company deeds to Win. * Kennedy lot 4in block 2, first addi on to townesite. Consideration, $800. B. H. Langley, formerly freight agent the Montana Central, is in town to. l qy and is greeting many old acquaint noes. In the case of James Judge vs. James errigan, a verdict of $10 for plaintiff as rendered yesterday in the district court. ( The jury in the case of F. C. Park vs. I so. W. Brown, an action for fees, I rought in a verdict for the defendant esterday. James Greeley left yesterday for a rip to St. Paul, Cbicago, Boston and ther eastern cities. He expects to be one several months. James Belcher files his ...

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. — 14 December 1894

FAIR OF THE FOUR SEASONS The Ladies of the First Liberal Church Gave a Most Artistic and Novel Fair. A Good Patronage Rewards Their Efforts and the Treasury Re plenished. The ladies of the First Liberal church gave a unique church fair FrIday at the Elks' hall. There were four booths, representing the four seasons of the year-spring, summer, autumn and win ter-and each was decorated in a man ner which reflected great credit on the ladies who designed them. In the spring booth a big Japanese paper umbrella served as a dome and the decorations of the booth were all appropriate and served to carry out the idea expressed by the season. The articles for sale were chiefly flowers. Mesdames McFarland, Shannon, Boal, Pierce and Pratt were in charge of the booth. The Summer booth was presided over by Mrs. Marsh, Mrs. Reid, Mrs. Theo Gibson, Mrs. H. 0. Chowen, Mrs. Arthur, Miss Phillips, and Miss Edger ton. Lemonade and iced drinks were served at this booth, and a very attract ive display of ...

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. — 14 December 1894

POULTRY FOR MARKET. How to Fatten and How to Dress the Birds For Best Results. Ten days or two weeks before mar keting fowls confine them in small yards where they will be quiet, contented and out of sight of other poultry. Seeing other fowls at large will make them fret and lose flesh instead of gaining. Keep the yards sorpulonsly clean. Feed three times a day all that will be eaten at each meal. Give the first meal early and the last one late in the day. Pro vide plenty of sharp grit and fresh water. Corn is best for finishing off poultry, as it gives a firmer flesh and yellower col or than bnckwheat or other grains. Pal lets can be fattened best just before com menoing to lay and cockerels when the tails begin to turn. It is a mistake to keep males until fully matured. As soon as fit for broilers they should me 1) marketed. Cockerels always meet a 1 ready sale and command high prices. There is much to be learned about dressing poultry. It is useless to send fowls to market unless...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 14 December 1894

IVAITE ON DECK The Demagogue Governor of Colo rado Is Congratulated by Fel. low Demagogues. POOR OUTLOOK FOR LABOR Yesterday's Prixeedings of the Fed eration at Denver Not of an Encouraging Nature. DENVER, Dec. 12.-Rev. Myron W. Reed addressed the Federation of Labor convention today on "Paupers and Mil lionairee." He said: "This is a well dressed body of men, but I will guar ante that if you will go out and ask for work, and food and sleep in your clothe. you will look like tramps." Referring to the general method of dispensing charity, he said it was much of it conscience money from the rich robbers to the poor victims. He was preaching the gospel of a discontent. "Governor Waite, more criticized than any other man in the United States, did what no other gov ernor did. He called out the troops to protect the poor." President Gompers responded to Mr. Reed in a compliment ary manner and expressed himself in hearty sympathy with Governor Waite. It was decided to invite the governor t...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 21 December 1894

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE.. VOLUME XVI.- GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, F'II[DAY , DEC EMEE1I 21, 1894. A1.60 PER YEAR. GOOD DAY'S XVORK'ý The Senate Committee on Public Lands Speak in Favor of Montana. CARLISLE'S SCHEME DOWNED Not a Ghost of "Elastic Currency" Will Be Left When the Vote is Taken. WAsnmwNTON, Dec. 17.-The senate committee on public lands today author ited a favorable report on the bill pro viding for a commission to examine and segregate mineral lands in Montana and Idaho within the Northern Pacific land grant. For Honest Money. WASHINGTON, Dec. 17.--The opposition to Carlisle's proposed currency bill, at arny rate the passage of the bill, is to be post poned until after the holidays. Not the least important promontory symptom of the coming storm in congress is the fact that the opposition to Carlisle's scheme is taking shape among the democratic members first, and that, too, in advance I of the introduction of the bill. It seems to be a foregone conclusion that the sec ret...

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. — 21 December 1894

PERUVIANREBELS The Peruvian Rebels Are Receiving Constant Accessions to Their Ranks. GOVERNMENT TROOPS DESERT In a Body to the Side of th Rebels With Their Arms and Ammunition. NEW YoRK, Dec. 13.-Advices from Peru, via Colonna, per steamer Aliance, are to the effect that General Pierole, who is in arms again.s the Peruvian government, is gaining accessions. The general sentiment of the people appears to be in his favor. He has control of several of the principal points and is very strong in the interior country. He has a well equipped army and is close to Lima, the capital. The Pacific Steam Navigation company's steamer Puno was, on her arrival November 14, subject to a rigid examination by government troops to discover if it was carrying arms or ammunition. A company of soldiers remained on the boat until it arrived at Callao, to prevent communication with the adherents of General Pierola and to inspect all the cargo landed. The same ccmpany's steamer, Serna, had a lively experienc...

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. — 21 December 1894

FOR FREE COINAGE Silver Finds an Able and. Earnest Defender Among the East ern Bankers. ST. JOHN OF NEW YORK CITY Makes a Vigorous Plea For Free Coinage Before the Honse Committee. WAsHrnarox, Dec. 15.-Great interest wum manifested today in the closing hearing of the question of currency re vision before the committee on banks and currency of the house. President G. G. Williams of the Chemical National bank of New York represented the pre vailing view among bankers, while W. P. St. John of the Mercantile bank of New York represented the eastern view favor able to sliver. "T~he first problem in our c clumsy and conglomerate financial sye tem is the disposition to be made of our t legal tender notes," said Williams. TIe urged that these notes should be funded $50,000,000 at a time until eliminated t from the financial system. Bonds at 3 r per cent should be received as security for national bank notes on the basis of w the par value, the government to have a lh first lien on the asset...

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. — 21 December 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. hAIL!. WLT. ~monthe.......e. to13 exceonthst 1t0a TH T Great month Thereio........ .. . a oo .ingle c ou Unletalsdd in advance the daily will Invrte ablyabe cents per month, end the weekly p aer ts f or i e mos eren d poscents per Advertising rates furnished onr tplcetlon. The iorculation of the Tribune bn Northern Montana is guaranteed to exceed that of any paper published In thme state. Subscribers desiring their address changed must send their former address as well as the new addresa; this should he remembered. THE TRIBUNE. Great Fails. Mont. STRICTLY IN IT. T There is not much of a boom about Great Falls, for it has passed tat stage of the game, but it is marching along in its allotted path at a gait that challenges i comparison with eister cities. The city and its environs are normally prosperous, t only this and nothing more Its eplen. did resources, as yet only in the begin- i ning of their developmient, are the t certain basis of futur...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 21 December 1894

NEWS s 0Tl EI r PC =riaY.Dee. 14. th The county commissioners will meet e gain in special session January 4. Fitagibbons, the burglar recently sen- nt tsseed to two years in the penitentiary, was yesterday taken to Deer Lodge by a the sheriff. rE 0. J. Gibson fles his final receipt for oa the south half of the northeast quarter B sod the north half of the southeastquar- wi tsr section 11, township 16 north, range ki 5 east. The county commissioners after a le long sesslon, mainly devoted to consider , ing the reports of county officers, at- re tending to road matters and auditing in bills, adjourned last night. Ia R. 0. Fitch files his final receipt from cl the United States for the east half of pt the southwest quarter and the west half of the southeast quarter of section 22, township 19 north, range 8 east. The case of Short and Sims, the two vi men accused of stealing cattle at Ilix Elder, was on in the district court all hi day yesterday, and most of today will probably be consu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 21 December 1894

FINAL KNOCK-OUT Andy Bowen Killed by a Fist Blow from Pugilist Lavigne at New Orleans. THE FIGHT WAS TO A FINISH An Attempt to Prove that the Mur der Was an Accident, Not a Murdc r. NEw OaREANs, Dec. 15.--Andy Bowen died this morning at the Charity hos pital from the etfectsof Lavinge's knock out last night. Warrants have been issued for the arrest of Lavinge and the ollicials of the ring. The mayor says this will stop further fighting. Hle has refused a permit for the Dempsey-Ryan contest, which was advertised for to night, on account of Howen's death. Lavinge was arrested soon after the I tight and made an appeal for his release froe custody, but this was denied. When hews of Ilowen's death caine La vinioe was very n ich cast down. lie t said he did not think toe blow was se ver, enough to cause his death, and at tributed the result to the fact that Howt c trank too freely of hoef tea dur ing the ::oht. '1 I h o:re have decided that tic c-uce "i -eath wae conoussion t of the trawi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 21 December 1894

V BEEF SPECIMENS. SHorinte. Shorthern Dull and a PFlme Shorthorn Heflter. The matter of breeding polled Short. horns was taken up a number of years ago by intelligent stockmen in various parts of the country. The result has been satisfactory. There are now sev POLLED SHORTHORN HULL. eral herds of polled Shorthorns, some times called polled Durhams, in the country. The illustrations show one of the finest bulls of this family. He is owned in Ohio at Tippecanoe City. Several cow generations ago Mr. W. S. Miller, an Ohio man, began brooding a race of polled Shorthorns. lie bred pedigreed bulls upon native muley cows. When the resulting progeny was hornless, it was carefully preserved and bred. In this way the herd grow hoth 1 in quality and number. About the same time in Minnesota a roan Shorthorn heifer calf appeared that had the merest knobs for horns. Slt was bred with the utmost cire, ;od three of her calves were entirerly horn-ri less. Two were hiifers, and one wits a bull. Some o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 21 December 1894

IYANT TO BE FREE The American Federation Puts It. self on Official Record Against ANY COMPULSORY ARBITRATION Resolutions of Sympathy Extended to Debs and Oiher Rail roaders. DENVER, Col., Dec. 18.-At the morn ing session of the American Federation of Labor the committee on resolutions reported favorably on the resolution from the Cigar Makers union, opposing com pulsory arbitration. It was concurred in without discussion. The committee reported without recommendation the plan to abolish the sweating system out lined in the bill prepared by John Treney of New York. President Gom pers offered a substitute, referring the matter to the executive council. It was adopted. The committee on local and federal bodies recommended the restora tion of the charters of some local street car unions in New England, unless they immediately became identified with their national organization. The report was concurred in. The special committee on the Deb's decision reported resolu tions demanding the en...

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. — 28 December 1894

GREAT FALLS ELY TRIBUN. __ VOLUME XVI.- GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRID , bE EER 98, 1894. $1.60 PER YPDAR. A MURDER TRIALI Whit Wright Before a Jury For e Killing Butler in a Dance Near Billings. al THE CLAIM OF SELF DEFENSE w Testimony That it Is Customary to di Carry Revolvers in That of Section. at HLErNA, Mont., Dec. 24.-In Whit Wright trial today the first witness on the stand was James McDonald, the storekeeper at the agency. Mr. McDon ald testified that it was customary for men to carry revolvers in that country. -He said Wright had a pistol in his belt to when he came into the store in the m morning on the day of the dance. Deputy Marshal T. J. Davidson was placed on the stand and testified that the pistol which was produced was given him by Chief of Police 'Tibbetes purported have been taken from Whit Wright just after the shooting occurred. The pistol is a aH huge 45 Colts revolver, single action. of After it was examined it was placed on the floor out of range of any one in t...

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. — 28 December 1894

READ AND THINF An Important Rumor Regarding Rall road Transactions in Mon tans. PLANS OF THE BURLINGTOP Good Authority Says that It Wil Purchase the Butte, Anaconda and Pacific. BCTrr, Mont., Dec. 20.--It is stated on good authority that an offer has been made to sell the Butte, Anaconda & Pacific railway to the Burlington. Gen eral Manager IIoldrege, General Freight Agent Crosby and Commercial Agent Johnson of the Burlington are in Butte and made a tour of inspection over the B. A. & P. in company with Marcus Daly, president of the latter company. HIold rege refused to deny or confirm the re port. It is said the Burlington officials will build from Ilillings to Butte. The purchase of the B. A. & P. would give the Burlington a complete coast outlet as it is in course of construction to a junction with the Groeat Northern. ON THE DOWN PATH. Sign- That the Knights of Labor Will Fall to P'ieces. Pnlr,.xtnI,:l'uA, Dec. 20.-The election of John McBride as president of the Ame...

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. — 28 December 1894

THEYCAMECHEAP A Chicago Alderman Offers to Deliver Forty Aldermanlc Votes For the Sam of $25,000. TO KILL AN ANTI-CIGARETTE BILL A Stenographer Concealed Behind ia Cnrtain Gives the Propo sition Away. CHICAGO, Dec. 22.-The Herald today publishes a statement that Alderman John Powers, one of the most prominent members of the city council, has been caught offering to deliver the votes of forty or more members of the council for a consideration of $25.000 cash. The proposition is stated to have been made to Neil McCoul, the Chicago manager of a large corporation, the forty votes to be furnished to kill the so-called anti-ciga rette ordinance. A stenegraphic report of the conversation between Powers and McCoul was obtained by a represetnta tive of the Herald, concealed behind a door panel, which was ren'rced. Alder man Powers emphatically denied that he had made any corrupt proposition. .tA IItrulirT SIY. Above the Funleral I'rlres ion of Premller Sir John Thollpson.lll. LONDONS, Dec. 2...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 28 December 1894

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. .......... {,00 I zis ..o1...... mEt.::.. oo z montw L....1.00 n month .. 7.7b Three months. 75 Unless paid In advance the daily will invari ably be 75 cents per month, and the weekly $a per er oriel montb and cent pm month for lees than six month n Advertising rates furnished on asplioction. The circulation of the Tribune in Northern Montana ia guaranteed to exceed that of anl paper published in the stats. ubseribere desirin their addres s changed most send their former address s wall as the new address; this shonldbe remembered. THE TRIBUNE. D ireat Falls. Mont. THE BUtLIrNOGON. An Associated Press dispatch from Butte states that a deal is contemplated by which the Burlington will acquire the Butte, Anaconda & Pacific. This report finds its foundation in the fact that cer tain officials high in authority in the Burlington have been visiting Butte and Anaconda as the guests of Marcus Daly. Of itself this incident would count for nothing, f...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 28 December 1894

WS OF THE WEEK Friday. Dec. 11. J. G. Jones and James 8. Gordon left terday for Denver, Col., on a business p. Lelia L. Beachly and husband deed to P. Ourtin for a consideration of $6,500 S7, in block 314, townsite. In the case of F. B. Tuttlet trustee, Will Hanks a deficiency judgment $1,086.40 is entered in the dietrict art. John Rasmussen deeds to Josephine mumen for a consideration of $600 23 in block 65, North Great Falls Will Hanks arrived here yesterday m Helena. He will remain here afew ye, but expects to return to Helena ie first of the week. B. F. Moretag of St. Clair filed suit terday against Josephus Hamilton, eriff, for the recovery of certain cattle their estimated value, which is placed t $400. Officer Ed Hamilton has received a irty days leave of absence and will ve today with his family for Emporia, an., where they will visit with his ther for a few weeks. The case of the state vs. John Little as been dismissed; also the case of the to vs. M. Erhardt, who was charge...

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. — 28 December 1894

TELL-TALE EYES An Effort to Demonstrate the Old Theory That the Eye of the Victim RETAINS AN IMPHESSION Of the Features of the Murderer The Experiment Was Not a Success. JAMESTOWN, N. Y., Dec. 20.-Photo graphic science may have given the first tangible identity to the murder of Mr. Sherman and Mrs. Davis. Several have been the suspects and the clues followed up without success. But today the im pression of the murderer has been found on the retina of Mrs. Sherman's eye. The photograph was taken by Fred D. Marsh, a local photographer, and to him is due the credit of having originated the idea of examining that organ. The existence of the impression of the mur derer on the eye was discerned by means of a powerful micros3ope. Unfortunately the features of the man could not be seen, as the view attained shows only the bhack and a very little of the side. An apparently big man is presented, with bushy whiskers, and wearing a long overcoat. The trousers appear to be badly wrinkled. The co...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 28 December 1894

POLO PONIES. Popular Englishl Sires, One a Thor oughbred, the Other Arabian. olo ponies are not bred to a great at in America, but there is no rea why they should not be now that the om seems to have fallen out of es for most other kinds of horse TnOnOUGnBRED PONY SIRE. h. The best polo ponies in this ntry at present are of the stoock of mustang. Many of the tough le creatures used by Indians and boys are taken east every year for games. If the blood of the Indian y could be crossed with Arabian, it uld apparently make the ideal polo st. For this game a horse must be y 14 hands high or under. he first illustration shows a well wn English polo pony sire of thor ghbred origin. It is unusual, howev to find a thoroughbred sire that is all enough for this purpose. Where is sufficiently diminutive h:o is apt be runty and worthless in other re ts. lhe Arabian makes the best polo po sire because of his good feet and ex rdinary intelligence. The polo pony ot altogether worthless for other pu...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 28 December 1894

HARD CRITICISM The Administration Has Done the Country All the Harm'It Pose sibly Can, SAYS PRESIDENT J. J. HILL Does Not Think There Will Be Any Financial Leg!elation This Session. ST. PAUL, Dec. 26.--"There is not a word of truth in it," raid President Hill this morning in reply to a statement made in a Washington dispatch that there would be a conference this week between President Cleveland and Presi dent Hill and other financiers of the country, to consider a new substitute to the currency bill. "As far as the effect on the country is concerned, I think the administration has done all the harm it is capable of doing. The public must look for relief from another quarter. The present want of harmony in the ma jority in congress makes it impossible for any good legislation to come from thie congress. They should appoint a com mision of 21 members from among the bankers of the country, political econom ists and business men to investigate the whole situation and prepare some finan ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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