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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 7 September 1889

GREAT FALLS TRUNE. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 1838 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 7, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS TRAIN ON FIRE. FRICTION )IAKES THE STEEL PLATES ON A TRAIN RED HOT. Eiertrilal lStorms in North Dakotna Wintry Weather Already There Corn Higher in Chicago. Prrre.sBe, Sept' 5.-The limited train from the east was delayed last night through one of the most unexpected and surprising accidents since the vestibuled trains have been'started. Between Phil adelphia and Harrisburg the roofs of the two forward coaches caught fire through friction which wore off the rubber casing and made the steel plates red hot. The ire waBe esily tingulshed, but the fact of the 'ide i. a set railroad people to thinkii.g.._ " Storm-Swept Dakota. Sr. PAU, Sept. 5.-Reports from North Dakota and portions of this state tell of a hey T.mTiuestay night. Stormy Weathier. GRANO Fbias , Sept. 6--Terriftic elec trical and wind etormsprevalled Tuesday night Withitials area of 100 miles of ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 7 September 1889

NO. 1526. FIAST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. t OFFIOERS: T E. COLENS, . . . President L. G. PRELPS, . . Vice-President A, E. DIa~RsAN, . . Cashier D L. Tao, . . Ass't Cashier 1 DIREOTORS: C. A. BBOADWATEB, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGN, H. O. COWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON. A general benking bsiness tranmaoted. * Exehange drawn on the prineipal points In the ltates snd Eunrope. Prompt attention given to collections Interest sllowed on time deposits. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Member of Congress, MARTIN MAGINNIS.....01 OfLewis and Clarke. JOBEPH K. TOOLE......O Lewi and Clare. For Lientenant-Governor, J. H. CONRAD............ ...... Yellowstone For Seortery of State., JOSEPH A. BROWN...... ....Of Beaverhead For State Treaserer, JERRY COLLINS.................Of Cascade. For State Auditor, T. B. FITZGERALD.............Of Deer Lodge. For Attorney-donersl. W. Y. PEMBRETON.............Of Siler Bow. For Superinte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 7 September 1889

SOUNiD PLATFORM. SOUTH DAKOTA DEMOORAOY UPHOLD LABOR. y Nominate a Strong TokeLt-Enor mou Ceoa1 Fire-The Irish Cath oile Benerolent Unlons. hUano, S. D., Sept. 6.-The state dem ratic convention adopted a platform pposing constitutional prohibition, sym sathzing with labor organizations and ledging assistance to .them, favoring inority representation and arraigning kota republicans for extravagance and nismanagement in territorial affairs. The following nominations were made: overnor, P. F. McClure; lieutenant gov rnor, A. W. Pratt; secretary of state, Ito P. Miller; auditor, J. E. Hartman; reasurer, A. D. Hill; attorney general, , Fellows; superintendent of public in truction, G. H, McFarlane; commission r of public school lands, H. S. Volkner; upreme judges, B. Buaskirk, C. H. Win n and G. McLaughlin; congressman, .0. Jefries and H. M. Booth. Register so that you may n ote for Tools, eonrad and Maginnis. * An Unlsgeond The. SonuAroN, ,1a Sept. 6.-What 'threat ns to be .one' of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 7 September 1889

FORMING A TICKET. bu THE REPUBLOCANS 'DO OONSIDER-I ABLE CUCUSINOG. Flonally 'the Oonvenotn Meeta-Judgly Bace Call. it to Order--John T. Athey "leoted Chairmnan, to The republcan convention which met & Wednesday has been preceded by con- bi siderablecanvassing There was a meeting in Judge Race's room, but little business M was done." Today there were groups in fi the"street and public offices, discussing the situation. Candidates wore an anx- h ious, mysterious look, and moved about t with the liveliness of colts. There nsas the sheriff group, the senator group, and the county commissioner group. All kinds of rumors were afloat, but as the convention was so near at hand it was needless to huntthem down. The dele gates elect were as follows: First Ward-J H Fairfield, J II Mc I Knight, D L Tracy, George Budge I Chas Taylor. Second Ward-Peter MacDonald, How- I ard Criss, Joseph Herring. Altenates: William Miles, Thomas Long, W H Slthpson. Third Ward-John Clinton, J W Clark, George ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 11 September 1889

G_ REAT -FALLS TRIBUNE. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 184 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, 1889. PRICE, FIVE CENTS TN(T ' RDW A R. VTT I the Cronin trial beean mEch a. .. ... .. E.r _. . .NT. I KING EDWARD VII. UEEN VICTORIA MAY ABDICATE IN FAVOR OF ALBERT EDWARD. a Important Conference to be Held at. Forence Next Month-TIe Prince Swear Of Baecarat and Ballet OGirls to Propitiate His Mother. LoDONo, Sept. 8.-Although great pains lave been taken to keen the fact from the ublic, the Queen of England will join er daughter and her imperial grandson, he Kaiser William, at Florence next onth, where a matter of the highest im ortance, not only to Great Britain, but to he world,..willbg decided. This is noth ng less than thg proposal that Queen 8Ictoria shouldabdicate in favor of the rince of Wales. The prince has privately given it out hat he intends hehceforth to abandon all rivolbus habits of life and conduct him If as becomes the heir to a throne, nn oubtedly the m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 11 September 1889

NO. 8525. FllRSI NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $1,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFICERS: T E. COLLINS, . . . President L. G. PHELPS, . . Vice-President A, ~. DIoIERMI , . . O ashier D L. Tav, . . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: 0. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. . COWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON. A general banking businehs tmranaoted. Exchange drasn on the principal points in the dtateS and Europe. Prompt attention given to oolletions. Intsrest allowed on time deposits. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Member of Congreass, MARTIN MAGINNIS.....f Lewis and Clarke. For Governor, JOSEPH K. TOOLE...... Of Lewis and Clarke. For Lientenant-Governor, J. H. CONRAD ........ ...... Of Yellowstone For Secretary of State. JOSEPH A. BROWN........... Of Beaverhead. For State Treasurer, JERRY COLLINS ......... O......Of Cascade. For State Auditor, T. B. FITZGERALD............Of Deer Lodge. For Attorney-Genera W. Y. PEMBERTON.............Of Silver...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 11 September 1889

ASCADE AROUSED. ENTHUSIASTIO MEETING HELD THERE LAST NIGHT. hsh by the Candidates and Judg garphy-They Will Stead by the Whole Tieket-No Bolting. ADn, Sept. .lO.--[peclal to the seI.]-The democrats had a great ing here last night. The school was crowded and there was much usnasm. Speeches were, made by rs. Stanton, W. J. Clark, Uockrill, J. Clark and others. Judge Murphy ea forcible speech. rty six voters were registered here rday. They were nearly all democrats uch interest is taken in the pending st. This part of the county is all t for the whole ticket. Demoa.ts OGaining. ErENA, Sept. 10.-The republicans a rally at East Helena last Saturday at and the result was that the demo o vote will be largely increased at ensuing election. The big guns of eon with a number of small firearms put in training in the Smelter City from the fusillade that followed it expected that theenemy had been so pletely routed that not one would his face again, but such was not the It. Instead of making rep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 11 September 1889

LIVELY TIMES. THE FERGUS COUNTY DEMOCRATS FULLY AROUSED. They Will Nominate a Strong Ticket Carter Talks on the Tariff Which is Deemed a Very Stale Chestnut. LEwlsTowN, Sept. 4.-The campaign is proceeding actively. The democratic county convention will be held Saturday and a strong ticket will be nominated. T. H. Carter spoke here Tuesday. His theme was chiefly the tariff, which is a chestnut. Registration is causing much annoy ance, which will the democratic majority. FOR CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT. Career of W. M. Cockrill, the Democratic Nominee. William M. Cockrill, who was nomin ated at the democratic convention for clerk of the district court, is well and fav orably known to the people of north Mon tana. He came well equipped by study and experience to aid in building up this promising young state. In his native state--Kentucky-he was honored with the office of county attorney and was subsequently a law partner of Hon. W. H. Botts, who was secretary of state. When leaving hom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 14 September 1889

REAT FALLS TRIBUNE I SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 135 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS )ICAULIFFE WINS. 55IDERABLE TUMULT TOWARD THE END OF THE FIGHT. ,ntana Wools in Great Demand In Ineston-A lanitoba Town Das troyed by Fire-The New Smelter. SAN FIANo sc , Sept. 12.-The fight wren J. Killen and Joe McAuliffe at Uolden Gate Athletic club oslt night s won by McAullife. McAuliffe ighed 208 pounds andt was seconded Paddy Ryan and Con Reordon. Kil a weighed 100 poundsand was seconded Prof. Anderson and Dave Campbell. me was called at 9:50 p. m. Both men oted with Ă½tie .left, ant lauded short. ilent gugd ahelf well. In the venth roul ,lt e' rusoeli Killen ailnst theris; .and the lbtter bent ,.n striooldtn.i.e' ropes. While in is positOl tlte upper cut him ith his left. k8fl" on0 li knees id imedttl e rooti a uult. Kiteii'e second a`ds oled to their -feet With cr 'foul. illen remained down till tea 'onda adexpired. It was some minto e ere ler ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 14 September 1889

NO. 8526. FIRST NATIONAL BANKI OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. OFFIOERS: T E. COLULXS, . . . President L. G. PHELPr, . . Vice-President A, E. DICiERMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TIAY, . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTOR8: O. A BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. O. COWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON. A generai banking bueinas trsnsacted. Exchange drawn on the principal points in the 1tates and Europe. Prompt atsention given to collections. Intesrest alloweds on time deposits. DEMOCRATI STATE TICKET. . For Member of Congress, MARTIN MAGINNIB.....Of Lewis and Clarke. For Govnor,. JOSEPH K. TOOLE...... Of Lewis and Clarke. For Leutenant-.Governor, J; H. CONRAD .... f YllO y owstone For Secretary of State, JOSEPH A. BROWN.......f .... Of Beaverhead For State Treasurer, JERRY COLLINS .................Of Cascade. For State Auditor, T. B. FITZGERALD.............Of Deer Lodge. For Attorney.General W. Y. PEMBERTON.............Of Silver Bow. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 14 September 1889

OLD SOLDIER BOYS. u S G. KNAPP WINS TEE PRIZE MEDAL. plain Jenun COonduet t.e , Cootet Ably and Suneessfully-The Ball COowned With sueess. e largest assembly of pleasure seek ever known in Great Falls met at gsbury hall Thursday eve in response the kind Invitations of the Gibson t guards. The programme opened ha full dress parade on the street at The boys were at their best and movements were all marked by exact itary precision, and brought forth ads of applituse from the spectators. fter marching to the hall the soldiers e given a half hour's rest, during oh many of the brave boys 'escorted hr fair ladles to the scene of festivity. 9 o'clock sharp the exhibition drill menced with 80 men in line. The mands given by Capt. Jensen were cuted with skill and promptitude. e maneuvers and evolutions were eted witlrrotnds of applause. Alter drill by the whole company, at com nd of Surgeant Dodson, the contestants the medal took their, places. Now interest increases. The commands promptly gi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 14 September 1889

THE CAULDRONI POLITICAL GOSSIP CAUGHT ON THE H FLY. C. H. Bentn sd Others in League With I J. P. Dyns-What is Said About Joe Hamilton and C. P. Downing. Under the new law "independent" can didates must furnish the county clerk with a "nomination" paper signed by ten citizens, in order to have the candidate's names placed on the election tickets. Democrats are rather amused to find on Dyas' nomination .paper the names of Will Hanks, Dan McKay, H. E. Randall and C. H. Benton. The republican can didates, especially Judge Race, are aston ished, amazed and grieved at this display of fellowship, and don't feel very kindly toward the signers. They say that Dyas is supposed to be a democrat and if he had any standing at all he pught to have been able to get the ten names needed from the democratic ranks. The inquiry is made: 'What is C. H. Benton doingin that company?' He was supposed tobe a candfdate on the repub lican ticket for district judge yet here he is aiding and abetting an indepen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 September 1889

*GREAT FALLS T'RIBUNE. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 186 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA. WEIDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 18, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS .. . _-- . . . . . . . .. ... . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . VICTORY IS SURE. sUCH IB THE TIDINGS TOOLi AND PEMBERTON BRING. A Great Pubtlc Denonstration at the Partk Hotel Last Night-The Democracy Turn out In Great Numbers. It wao i large.gintelligent and attentive audlence whichh aosembled last evening at the Park hotel to hear IIon. J. K. Toole and Colonel W. T. Pejmberton of Silver ow. . The spacious hall woa handsomely decorated with the natloinl[ colors and on nte platform was.a a hte with the #01, fJ. K. Toole, iartin M'agintetiunadtitory." The number of Indies pro t wo largeirand 6erted as a rebukn t iet. t.itiurilotnosal;r t dt of Col. Pemberton, tho had wilted in anticipa tion of the scoring which he would have received. T. E. Collins presided with his custoilbt l1ct and ability. +;al isg Lnl tnrsnnvnnD. Mr. C dll, ' soid the people o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 September 1889

DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET, For Member of Congress, T M.ARTIN MAGINNIS.....Of Lewis and Olsrke. For Governor,. JOSEPH K. TOOLE .... Of Lewis and Clarke. For Lieutenant-Governor, t J. H. CONRAD .................. Of Yellowstone d For Seretary of State, fa JOSEPH A. BROWN............Of Benverhead. (. For State Treasuarer, fo JERRY COLLINS ..................Of Csocade. For State Auditor, to T. B. FITZGERALD .............Of Deer Lodge. For Attorney-General. W. Y. PEMBERTON.........f Bilver Bow. For Superintendent of Public Instroution, J. R. RUSSELL ................... Of Silver Bow. c For Chief Justice, ci STEPHEN DyWOLFE......... Of Bilver Bow. C For Associate Justices, W. A. BICKFORD ............ Of Missoula F. K. ARMSTRONG... ............ Of Gallatin. For Clerk of Supreme Court, G. F. COPE . ....... ........Of Madison. For Judge of the 8thl Judicial District, d J. B. LESLIE ........................ Of Cascade. Cascade County Democratic Ticket. For State Senator............ ROBERT S. FO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 September 1889

WINTER COMING. sNOW IN LESS FAVORED OLIMES THAN GREAT FALLS. eirst Snow-Fall of the Season on Lara. lami PlainsWilliamn Warner Declines to Succeed Framenr. LAnAMIE, Wy, Sept. 17.-Laramie ex perienced yesterday the first snow fall of the season. The storm lasted all the forenoon and extended over a large' por tion of the Laramie plains. Cold Weather. DENVER, Sept. 17.--The weather here yesterday was exceedingly cold and'rainy, with prospects of snow. First Snow at eLeadville. LOADVILL, Sept, 17.-The first snow of the season fell early yestrday morn ing. It 'nas light. ' All had disappeared by O o'clock except on the surrounding moontalns,. Dedlines the Oeter. DI)R PARK, Sept. 17.-Major William Warner declines to accept the pension commissionership. Whether the pr@si. dent, whom he saw here, succeeded in chsaging his determination cannot be, learned. 'He Ceirled Off the Box. SACRAMENTO, Sept. 17.-The stage be tween Forest Hill and Auburn was stop. ped yesterday morning by one masked m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 18 September 1889

ALL WELL ALONG IN YEARS JOHNNY MULLEN, THOMAS ROONEY AND MRS. ELIZABETH LARNED. SFrsat Named Live to Maine sad Claims 180 Year, the esoond It Mie5il an md Clalms 107, nad the Third Will Shortly Reash the Century line. Who was it said there are no very old people in the New World? Whoever he may have been he must hide his dimin ished head, for scarcely a week passee nowadays that the newspapers. do not unearth some individual who has passed the line marking the first century. This article deals with one Thomas Rooney, who has passed the line by several years. Mrs. Lamed, who is about to step across it--if grim death does not step in and prevent, and "Johnny" Mullen, of Oxford, Me., whose age is claimed to be 180 odd years. The oldest man in Oxford, Me., is Johnny Mullen, who was born in the north of Ireland, and claims to be 180 years of age or thereabouts. Ho is of about the medium height, very thin and sinewy, and-withno surplus flesh on his body. His eyesight is keen, but he compl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 21 September 1889

GREAT FA LS TRIBUNE. SEMI- WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 187 iGREAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS THE CAMPAIGN. THE MONTANA DEIMOCIRACY MARCH ING ON TO VICTORY. Great Meetlnp in Mnssoul., Glendive anlld Elsewhere-Belt OCitiens Hold an Elnthsinatlesl tally. BUTTE, Sept, 16.-The democratic organization known as the Tammany club of Silver Bow county held a meet ing in the democratic headquarters this evening. The meeting wHs largely attended, the spacious hall beng crowded to its utmost capacity.' H. L. Frank pre shied over the meeting and introduced Hon. Samuel Brannhart, member of the California. legislatre. Dawson County Democrats. GLENDIVE, Sept. 16.-The democrats of Dawson.c unoy .met at the court hopse this eveninog a.d organized a democratic campaign club. The attendance was very good, considering the short notice, of the meeting, and sixty names were added to the nembership. The meeting was very entliisiaptic and the opinion was unanimousat ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 21 September 1889

NO. 8625b. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $',ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I100,000. OFFICERS: T E. COLLINS, . . . President L. G. PHELP, . Vice-President A, E. DICERMAN, . . . Cashier D L. TaAoV, . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: 0. A. BROADWATEB, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. O. COWEN, J. T. ARMIINGTON. A genersl panking busines transacted. Exohange drawn on the prinoipal points in the ltates and.hrEope. Propt attention given to colleotions, r e-t sohtid on tJ -ime depoeits. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET, For Member of Congrese, MARTIN MAGINNS..... Of Lenis and Clarke, For Bovernor,. JOSEPH K. TOOLE......OfLewis and Clarke. For Lieutenant-Governor,. J. H. CONRAD ..... ....O Yellowstone For Seeretry of State, JOSEPH A. BROWN ............ Of Beaverhead For State Treasurer, JERRY COLLINS .. .................Of Cascade. For State Auditor, T. B. FITGERALD .............Of Deer Lodge. For Attorney-General W. Y. PEMBERTON .............Of iler Bow. F...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 21 September 1889

I'O(OLE MARCHING ON. 0t7 ARE MARTIN MAGINNIS AND THE REST 1OF THE TICKET. llrge Meetings at Miles City and Glen dlve-Bettlng Men are Bahking Toole-Daly Is at the Front. FonT BENTON, Sept. 190.-The River orys: Mr. Charles G. Bynum of Bynum, Choteau county, one of our prosperous w.ol growers, is to the city, having ar rived from Helena last evening. Mr. llynum is a close observer of political events andtinanages to keep well posted as to the political situation throughout lie territory. He says thlat-the democrata of Lewis and Clarke, Silver Bow, I)eer Lodge and Missoula are working like boovers, and are full of confidence. These are the counties where the voters are thickest, and here is where the heavy lighlting will take place. i he bettng among the shrewd sport ing men, he says, Is decidedly in favor of khe democrats. One hundred to eighty on Toole and even up on the balance of ihe state ticket, with a tendency upon the part of the republicans to weaken when ouch money is thrown i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 21 September 1889

COLLUM ARRAIGNED. SIX INDICTMENTS AGAINST THE MINNEAPOLIS FORGEB. "Jack the lipper" Probably Heard From -He Threatens to Add Another to His List of Twelve Victims. MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 18.-J. Frank Col lum was arraigned in the criminal court yesterday morning to answer the charge of forgery, there being six separate in dictments against him. Collum asked to have until Wednesday to enter his plea. The trial promises to be the most sensa tional ever held in the city. Rnussi Competing. WASUINaTON, Sept. 18.-Vice Consul Wapellenski writes from Batavia that large quantities of Russian petroleum are being sold in the Java market at prices below that of American petroleum. "Jack the tipper's" Warning. LONDON, Sept. 17.-A letter signed "Jack the Ripper" has been received at a news agency in this city. The writer states that in about a week another mur der will be added to the list of White chapel horrors. Montana Cattle Sales. CHICAGO, Sept. 14.-Rosenbaum Bros. & Co.'s report, September 1...

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