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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 25 October 1895

NEWS i WEEK Natlrdly, Oct. if. A marriage license was yesterday is. sued to Frank O. Nelson and Mary Bergs, FinM s of Belt. Thomas Flemming, a native of Ire land, has declared his intention of be coming a citizen of the United States. Joe Silverman returned yesterday morning from Gihllipolis, Ohio, his old home, after an absence of several months. Mrs. F. G. Woodworth and children will return this morning from a several weeks' visit in Minnesota and North 1)a kota. J. H. Grilfin of Salt lake City spent yesterday looking over t(reat lalle and its prospects, in company with J. LI. Johnson. Kate C. Heachley and husiand (lard to Clara Nicolson, if ci inihlat liu of $1,000, lot 7, blhck 123, F'rhl addition, Eighthi av t nu north and TI '1iilf. h .l redl, Great Falls. Mr. ati. Mrs. M. S. Patriker and ol dal h ter, Miss IHolet and Mr. and Mrt .\. s . Conner and chila te n eft yci,trday fir Iliglhwood, whlre thii will coap andi hunt for eoveral tltnyi. C. 1M. llardmnan, fornertly a I1 ., co...

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. — 25 October 1895

IN FIRSTUEGRER Unless a Higher Tribunal Intervenes William Biggers aaff Will Suf fer the l)eath l'n dlfy. THE JURY SEALS HIS DDOOlM The Prisoner Loses His Ne-rve, His Face Pales Itse Trembles -His Claims. Secial to The Tribune. HaLS.NA, Oct. 19.--The jury in the case of William Biggerstaff brought in a ver dict this morning of murder in the first degree. The report that a verdict had been reached flew like wild-tire over the building and in lees than five minutes the court room was crowded with spec tators. The attorneys in the;case for both sides were present, and no time was lost in sending fir the jury and thie prisoner. In spite of the large crowd in the court room a ueathiik, -.!he ri- pre vailed. The jury had justtitken iseats ' lwhen the prieonetr ai r.': ,. ac;.11,mpanied by I eIputy She ilt' K ,oi.ni.idt,w h , had "li, 'I ,alispaltclchd to, el thelC.riso.ner tas -au :t. it wa.s uvni .n-dl that tlhI jury h:ld ircihded up.) ,t -t rh, .lA fa idnt, sickly imil' overs l, , ist c...

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. — 25 October 1895

'MURDERED BY HER HUSBAND Mrs. Frances Sabhatian Fatally Shot Through the Chest By John Sa bastian, Her Husband. Qunarrel Over the Possession of Two ~uns Leads to Murder-Mur derer Surrenders. Arraignment in the District Court - Murder at Havre--Murder at Maiden. John Sabastian, who ilainis to be a son of a Spanish motherL and an English roan, rari ed in Great balls Thur:"day from Bolton, a station on the Great Northern 15 miloes eot of Columbia Falls, Flathead county. At lelton his moth ,r conducts ai ho;arding holus for the section hands and Sahastian, \ heo is a stationary engineer, had been em ployed till recently in the railroad pump house. Recently he lost his position and had been in tinancinl at raits fnr some time. iHe determinend to gu to Butte and, accomlanied by Iij l.rtthe(r, Keith Sabastian, a bright boy albout 15 years of age, who is a typical Spaniard in appearance, calrn e (t 'ret Falls ion horseback. Thirteen years aco Sabastian and Frances Kopp, then ahlut 1,) years...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 25 October 1895

SKULL OF HOBERI ROBINSON Grewsome Sight in the Trial of James J. Murry on the Charge of Manslaughter. John Sebastian Pleads to the Charge of Murder-Marry Trial Near ly Ended. When district court convened Tues day for the second day of the trial of James J. Murry on a charge of man alaughter, J. G. Anthony resumed the witness stand. On direct examination, the only important testimony he gave was that immediately after Murry tired, Anthony observed that the hand in which Murry held the revolver was in the air above Murry's head. Cross-examined--When Murry was standing near the goal before the race he publicly stated that if one of the men didn't get there he would put a hole through him. Witness thought Murry was bluffing, but tried to make his re mark appear serious. The race was started by a pistol bhot. Witness did not know how many shots he heard about the time of the race. He heard some after the killing. Murry seemed some what under the influence of liquor. Joe Weixelberger-Boar...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 1 November 1895

GREAT FALLSWEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XI. GREAT FALLS, MONr¶TANA, FlIll)AY , NOVEMIJEII 1, 1895. N MI ER Good Thinigs We novor tire spookmng of vl :'Oai $10.00) hlu tie d hhlca:I Koriry riverr'ý, with satin yoke and lv uat,,r *(1000 OVeront yon r11n not f,-ti $ 0it.l... ivin king.f wluitn iliirNif ~,n are in doubt, wv a p,' f~l ii'i Int iiu; objert It 'qual to ti , )' ~oId olv',wh '",.irt $101 .... Haver ),i to 'on r iiir" ' olr soook vtur2 iiiioi, !t l :'In wl owivitoro *1.0 ,l ad i2 ill; Iiilrr, ti t 9,, porn-~~. - Mv. KAUFIVIAN 218 CENTRA1. AVE ,UE. xii 1ltt1 12 i Itw Shock r' Ft ttttfl 31 t t 2 ingr. 1:'tr1wli a; Fr1:l li:H;,11;!i n ti o ( i -: it fit ST ENOUC " TO I FELT Minii i lt' I' .i .. CtI J.-" I i 1 4 " ", ItrT illi i ' tech401 V~ir~i r .i . . .t. -. hock occu I x~ .. .. stat' of . hie ulrH lH ho I" '-''. ur1in ati cit thelitrtu 111 4 I I: N - = cake shtck Vil . mIorning, tasting fir 4IH1'.:cl-",-u u--is ha m a was dttne, N* w O u:.u-ca (.et. I1.-A slight shout: oF Niu illiN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 1 November 1895

NORTH'N PACIFIC In the United States Circuit Court For New York Receivership Question Arises. JUDGE LACOMBE FOR HARMONY Urges Counsel to Request Other Judges to Agree on a lieceiver Hiill Sanguine. NE:W YOwa, Oct. 23.-C.. Wright of Pennsylvania, a former director of the Northern Pacific railroad, and still one of its large secu-Ity holrirs, says: "Hill declares the dechiion in the great North ern matters will be rendered in Xlr. Hill's favor within six days." Mr. Wright added: -That is, bin ever, an uphill job. Th1 Northern Pacilic is in dependent and a new rcrn, zatiou will be erfected wholly outeide the hill inter ests. Within six nmonls I predict that the Northern Pacilic will he reorganized by its own security hiliers. The Adams reorganization coinnittee held 4 meeting last night to consider the advisability of agreeing upon a wellknown financial man. suggested by the Ives interest, for receiver of the road. While it was an nounced that no decision was reached matters are rapidl...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 1 November 1895

AFTER PI G IiM1E Brayton Ives Wants Four Receivers For the Northern PIiicit itoad. SAYS THE SECURITY HOLDERS Are Willing to Agree Ic pon Crtain Gentlemen For the lhimortant Trust. New VoutK, Oct. 21. -President Ives of the Northern Pacitic, in an interview to day, said to ' repree-ntative of the As sociated Pross: "It is a gratifying fact that all the antagonism between the hitherto conflirting inttreste in the Northern Pacific aljuehnent have come to an understanding and th. repretenta tives of all clasees of securitite are in harmony. It is the generot iii fur the first time since the read wont into the hands of the receivere to ecture the btoet and most economical oat agemenit if th-. property. The .ituation now is that in actordanco with the reomnt menlatitt of Judge Lactmot' elforto wd Iitt wade to bring itout a conference of the pr-e-nt receivers or of their repretonlativee with the object of securing the appoiutuwent of say four receivers for the whole sys tem. At present tht...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 1 November 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. WUXILY. One year.... 68.$.00 One year.... 6..1.50 Biz months.... 4.00 I i:i months.....1.00 One month...... .STree months.. . 75 One week ...... 21 Single copy..... 105 Unlsns paid in advance the daily will invari ably be 75 cents per month, and the weekly $2 pern ear."O r si months and 20 cents per see fo than eta months. Advertising rates furnished on application. Tb a TnIBUNt leaves alt competItors far be hind in circnltition. Advertisr mesy hanve a obes to its books at any time. llnbecrihera desiring their addrees changed mnst send their former address as well as the new address, this ehonld he remembered. THE TRIBUNE. Great Falls. Mont. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1895. There is a lingering suspicion that the governor of Arkansas is seeking for noto riety in connection with the prize tight as much as the men who were named as principals. If the governor desires to win a reputation and deserve the thanks of a long suffering public, he can do...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 1 November 1895

NEW =THE WEEK J. E. Dower of Stanford is in the city. Wm. M. Wright of l)upuyer is in the tcity. C. Y. Lacy, the Choteau county sheep grower, accompanied by Mrs. Lucy, is at the Ulnm. Ex Senator T. C. Power of 1 elena is in the city. Mrs. 0. G. Cooper of Oboteau, former ly of Great Falls, is in the city. Mrs. J. M. Lowry and family have re moved to 1,005 Third avenue north. Felix Armstrong sold 1,501) lambs yes terday to Louis I leittan of White Sul phur Springs. R. E. Gray has sold his interest in the Billings 'limes to J D. Matheson, who will continue to conduct the paper. S. M1. Moore and fanmily yesterday re moved from Sand Conies to Great Falls and will reside at 712 Eighth avenue north, Mrs. Ernest (rutcter is x i-t.id to return nextw,'k from (miii N hii . Tiii in. where she has I in'i visitil:, lre. Crutcher's mother. A defuiiency juilgiiit'i for t 2i3.:ir war yesterday dokcktcd ego iust, the Ili Wint ants in the suit of 'N 1). 1>t inus Ns. I. L. and Ella Anthony. E. L. Wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 1 November 1895

HOilES ON TRIAL The Alle-x'i Mutter of Piit el Is Finally Before the liar of Justice. REMARKABLE SCENES IN COURT A Series of ('oimiplteationI Never h( fore Witnesse'I in the I uited states. By A tiieiit.'il I're '. P Itt API !.?'11 , Oct. S. -LIf. II. II'ir.es. or Ilermtan W. \nluett. whiit he seas is his I aptsinai iinn', was put tin trial in ii' court of titer antd t:'riii ner tliay for the iiiuirdlir of li'ijaitin F. t'itzel in this city ,ii Sh't t. _' 1ill. Th' ivtloin uints if the first lity veri fird i' tter p rhuli s thai otiii r ot in the f, woo of thr Il si ltu itla tr~uth is Strut e r than tioi . i mill the tIattr ~f flu c a nd u the' .titrt~i l,ý sior ics renit; it oFk-i Ih v " ,.'tlt cut rreit ro i :V1"liturl~ 10to III,(101 Whi ti es it niil t 1u" I'i i v]iut it i O It Ilu~s1 slcilla lt U elul l~ ~~ic~ts crimii ttI ,if iln . I i' ' tim. t' I'as pli i'' i tri; a I r his life. l iiti %hiii t dill iii' i iin court s~ far selrlaiLssel all expetctations that the imiist vivi1 ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 1 November 1895

PAY JTHE D[AIH PENALTY Be the Fate D)eereed for Edward J. O'llrien, if Convicted of Murder he First Degree, by the Jury in His Trial, Which Began Friday: e jury in the Noble grand larceny returned into the district court at a. in Friday with a sealed ver which was opened and read, find he defendant guilty and fixing the nee at tine eaur's iri1prusciln mIt, ililtiinluni 1 e11altty. Tih prii. - erannd'd o citsltudy, t' await f'r ntenee at a fiture iiate. 5 the "kangiiroo cuirt" lto-' its tiling itlovey and the II c iiit o smartest p1 i:iiaer it Iv'it shw trial of A nutrew PenEon, the negro ed with iurglary, was then ri d. At 11:15 the case was tir.lly itted to the jury whiet, in abet ur, returned a verdict of guilty of lary ii thi night, trne, leaving son to be fixed by the court. The ner was renanilede to await sen The penalty is imeprisiaomr nt ot less than ono nor more than sen years. the case of the State vs. Jaitse J. y, convicted of nianslaughtir and need to one year's imprisoni...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 1 November 1895

THE DEFENSE IS OUTLINED Attempt to Be Made to Prove That O'Brien Acted in Self Defense. Bixby hadl Threatt.E- thin, Had He turaed to His Hotse and Had at Knife. The defense in the O'Brien wurde trial was considerably encouraged whet court adjourned Tuesday evening, hav ing scored several points during the day The prosecution, however, was not die couraged. If the defense has shown o shall show any weak points in the state'" case, the state expects to strengthet them on rebuttal. The first witness was JOHN A. ROSS. Hie placed the bullet-marked board it such a relative position to the chair it which the state claims Bixby was sit ting when murdered that the bullets must have gone through the back of the chair if Bixby was sitting there Then he admitted that he was not jusi sure how the board stood. The knife was found about five inches from Bix by's nees, with te handle toward the body. ('roisl xmn 1Wte aul tallked to Ire- riti -iuni ruini the iSe siu- the trial ui- o . .i Iull;t way ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 8 November 1895

Mont BastmedI GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XI. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIIDAY , 1OVE1MBER I 8, 1895. N UMBER 46 - ý Overs The smoke and fuse of two days' selling passed, and we find some evere, ,f no see to no at any pricr; with you it may be different, If we're liberal, but you must judge for yourself. Tue many overvoaos Blne and blak Kimoey 8.50 About 5 U1st o at- $ 8 . 0 0 A good winter eqp- - Well made, eato line d 50c fteod wool nndorwear Atonly 75c lood values or our money back if ou want it-- lYL. KAUFMAN 218 CENTRAL AVENUE. on juries Proved Fatal at 2 (4'lock Thursday Morrninjg, lie-tiii Somini: lg np '- dlet ed. lHonies to CoimP Vi lll 'Fs,11 n T1: at day (bld leiaident of Noi'th At 2 o'clock '1'hurlday morning (lity Alarshal C, 1'. Downing diel it his resl dence at 'third avenue north and Sev enth street, front the ltet'. of injirice received by being struck by ti trtet car several weeks ago. lit had recently been r ported im-o proving' and, it fact, when tet t tir d ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 8 November 1895

DURRANT TO DIE Law's Retribution Upon the Murderer of Blanche Lament, the Young Montana Girl. JURY OUT TWENTY MINUTES. Den Cheer and Women Weep Hyster ically When the Verdict Is Read-Durrant Pales. SAN FtuvaMtslo, Nov. 1--Theodore Durrant, assistant superintendent of the Emanuel Baptist church Sunday school, was tonight convicted of the murder of E Blanche Lamont, for which he has been on trial since July 21 1-tat. The jury was out only 21a minutes and arrived at a ver diet on the tirst ballot. As there was no recommendation for mercy the punish ment was fixed at death. The scene in the court roow when thu verdict was an nounced will never Le forgotten by those e who were present. Judge ?lurpily tin ished his charge at ..ii p. ni, and the r jury retired. Althourgh there was sup-i 1 posed to be but little prospect of a ver dirt before 7 or bo u'ck in the evening, the throng of spectators who had re wmaned in the overeriwded court roou all the afternoon to hear the judge's charge, set...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 8 November 1895

OWN CONSIDERAB1E PROPERTY Those Who Pay Over Two Hundred and Fifty Dollars Taxes In Cascade County. tGreat Falls Water Power and Town. site Company Pays Nearly One Third of the Total. The Beason for paying taxes is noW at hand. I he county treasurer is already kept pretty busy attending to taixpalyers who drop in every lay to settle up their taxes before the rush In egine. Those are mostly sIall taxpayers wlho an! thus early in liquidating tIlir in!l lIle.ss, as the hlrger tixpuiyofgl iriII) wait till the last (lays in (niter ter ;,,, intor set oIl the ao unt. A ,Is, I, n r c, ipt is have heen issued dil e' -ihliini liki $10,101) e ilk-te (n te :< liu t. :A Tiok oun: lijilter yel( 1 ali ili at 4t llounty Irma:ilirer's liie 1 L th lii I the courtesy of IlIre 115e1 A. E.I 1uan was enaIl le l to flri ish t , [h.I I LII I erm of'Il 'I LTeLv thl~e fill.i. l ii the heavy taxpayers of ('II scae L Li rio Only the nLiues of ,u pa) ii 1W, v i 2:i5 in taxes have been inhllI ini iIn list, wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 8 November 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. WREEKLO. One peer... 82..$f01 one year....... $1.50 Six menths.. .. 4.00 sila months.... 1.00 One month.... .hr.,hroe mnthe.... .7 Unless paid in advauce the daily will invert ably be 75 cntle per month, and the weekly $2 per year, $1 for ix montho and 20 cents per month for leee than aix monnths. Advertising rates furnished on application. TtE. TatRIBUE lavrt> alt 11hlot itors for be. hind in cirilein. Advertixers moy have ac cesn to ito Iv.,h. at coty time, col'bcribvro livirivo their ldlrevs chanted moot sood their feronr alidrcee as well ae the now adlro so; thio shouo I he rsnoem,oerod. THlE 'ItillHUNE, (.roar Falls. Mont. Tfhi Mon~tanau Trusi,:t ript.t at w- kl Jounrnail piublitshedt at lih a arl w d glld , ill by Is. %. I. Il r[ i, has toad" it L'' at I.'1a'iir 1 In 1 i bIn t I aiL 8 t < "1 in ;,pi~l~rlain a, :110 it, ,. hiH ;ils)4 (f fr:tl ert i llishM tn i ;iii ,l rane fully cr ILii 'LI1" rls IL' l~ ''LI'' IIII lll" (i i t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 8 November 1895

OF TH NEWVS TIF EEK Netuiirclt. Nov. 3 C. W . 'rice of Fort BIe nton is in the city. Dr. J, A. Ilovett of Utica, the mining king of Yogo gulch, is in the city. The mince at Sand Couleo are now being worked abort five day per week. Conrad iros. of (treat Palle have pur chaeid the stock, goid will, etc., of It. J. Wuckerlin r, Co. of Nuihart. Mrs. J. W. N:ugle of !Butte, arcrn ianiea( by Mies M yrtlie lettler of ( raeat Falls, went to Annijgton yReterday for a visit with friends. Mr. Mclonalil, ono of the liprietore of the (treat ealls Carlitre u h. . tiraed yeetfrday from a Iti e 'c0 ,' visit oear I'hilipetnerg. luring the week Mii e1r, of i00 Lave been shipped from i i Avinert to c o at Fally, the uiroadwater hihling four ;nl the t'llorence and ilit a In the ditrict c urIt yeibi hiy,,J d .1 lienti granted the iionli fir c r. titnuane in the canm of Johin , hstii. 1 ciarged with raueclvr, and vet li, inel for the lirst ilay of tir Ii v'n, I r tr ui, Belt iv eriwwlet with idle rvii, a...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 8 November 1895

BALLOTING TODA Elections, Which Have More or Less Bearing on National Politics, in Meveral States. ALL CONTESTS VERY CLOSE In Most States Not a Question of Re stilts But of Pluralties Outlook. By A sesiated trees. CiNi iNNar, Nov. t.- On the' eve of election day the betting here is on the extent of the reduction of the democrat. c plurality in Kentucky and the republinen plurality in Ohio, rather than on the re suit in either state, In )tio'republicana have tad phenomieual plhraltines for tan years and claitm now to have a better or gnri..ation than ever before. Tiy held an nnrly state cun)vitiion WAl ielt to work iiommeduately The d. eri its Ledt a late convention, but it i, claii i that aggressivenues and pupuiarity of ex t n" ernor Campbell will g't a ut , full dI'm eratin vote and ahwi e. a close contest. While both parties I ive paid special at tention to the l' ielaturn , whicel -elcct a successor to St-tuor Urine, it is con ceded the r-publicans tare tte advan tage in the app...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 8 November 1895

In the O'ifa Murder Trial Attorney Bradylpens, Followed By 4r'lley Ilowning. iiietory o4)Iher Catcedeh cunty Mur der ajlvensy, (oellel d, lrowo and Mebastilan. Yreteay forenoon was spent in the distrietourt in examuning two witnesees who tittled to the good reputation of E twat J. O'Brien, on trial ftr his life, as a eaceabli, lIw-ahidiig citizen, and ueiiiirtant rebuttal testimony for the state A 1.30 p. ro. Attorney Brady openert ig ients in behalf of the stat , cplak 0ffui two housC. lie wils fltwed by htorney Downing for the defunce, who ad not conc~luch d wh, n ''ourt, at n p.m. djuu ouid. It in into leet ug to note that in the ght years Hiieo the onigaiiiet ion f a00i81e countyi only live pir"'I,, ,Hive ni v iii I d It, thoui,,stiit :uuit for the ontly of mouder. 'lIii, ototaile of the first 'r0, hiirv al. lout vaiebheii from the re, ,elinii of ceo the attoriays. Inv, "tigltlon of th - vauri i showe that eailyi o tle ftll of caT, while what it rnow iatnyalie ouity was coiiipri...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 8 November 1895

LITTLE IS SAVEDi Denocrats in Many States Have Nothing but Hope to Start on Next Spring. MISSISSIPPI STILIDEMOCRATIC New York, Maryland, New Jersey, in the Hands of the Knemy Kentucky tDoobtfnl. New YOstK, Nov. 5-For secretary of state 345 election districts, about 25 per cent out of 1,392 in the city of New York, give Palmer, republican, 21,211, King 31,051. This is one-quarter of the city and indicates that King's majority in the city will be 37.1. 8 if the ratio is kept up. New YPric, Nov. 5.- -Coliparieoii on fifteen districts of this city for secretary of etate indicate a democratic gain of 4,383. New eV it. Nov..,.-For secretary of state 423 election districts out of 1.392 in the city of New York give Palmer 21, 110, King 3,eS. New YoVi, Nov. 5.--The Mail and Express says: The repullican state ticket will have from 15,000 to 40,000 majority, the returns indicating higher tigures. Erie county will give 5,000 re publican majority. The secretary of the state democratic committee ...

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