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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 9 April 1892

W. E. CHAMBERLAIN, W.eF . CHAMBERLAIN, I- IFhI J-, Yolth ll W Etre t Lw I 0 120 Centra l"4 IAtTM-E X. (rI:EA' FALLS. MIONTANA. SATUlI)AY MOR.HNING, kPIII, 1), 18I+2. NUMUi3EII 107 ES G. BLAINE LOOUUMIG UP Pennsylvania Votes' in the Min aenpdlis Convention Will Be ('a!t for Him. len'si Western Opponents Will I Fight Him in the ('nlven tinon. ly's Vote All In- The ltepulli .inns S.eomped in Every thing. HIIIII Looming Up. . PAUt, April 7.- A speclial frimt bington to the Dispatch asaiy: The t nse oom is on again anti higger thian, SHenator Quay says th:e Peinsyl- i ia ott a in the Miineopolis conven- Ii Swil lie east for Blaine. Warner a ler has just left here for New York. I says that tle Empire state will not p i up Blaine no matter how nma y let- I he may write. The western oppo- t tsof Harrison are going into the vention untrammeled with instruc siIand will fight Harrison. They are for Blaine. rank Hattonsuys: President Arthur endorsed by thirty-six out of thirty t in 1884 and yet...

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. — 9 April 1892

CLEVELAND IN RHODE ISLANDO He Was Greeted. With a Rousing Iemmonstration by the (itizens of Providence. Tihe Streets ('rowded With Thousands of People Who Wanted to See the ex.President. C('hl.vend 1auken at Ilalf-Hour ,Spjeekh inn the (Op.ira House Amid aliach EntIhusIsmn. LITTLE ItitOD Gives Ex-arresideat Clrvelsuad an Inthusl a.tlI Reception. PaOVIDn.ICE, R. I., April 2.- The poli tical temperature of Rhode Island is at a fever heat tonight. Both parties profess contidence. There have been rallies in every hall available and unlimited en thusiasm. The democratic campaign reached its elimax today in the reception and speech of ex-President Cleveland. Cleveland was greeted on his arrival with such a demonstration as Providence has seldom given any public man. Half an hour before the time his train was due, the station and streets leading to the opera house were crowded ntith thous ands of people and the number did not diminish. although the train was over an hour late It was due at...

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. — 9 April 1892

EpAL ESTATE AND MINES. Hlha t I Hee.iir t of Real iEstate Trallsfers nhllows--Blldings IRapidly Ilcreuillng. N n Im From the Neighlu'ring Mining t('nllll i of Nelhart and Iarker. The month of March just passed has witnesedll considerable activity in real estate circles. The last week was quiet, owilng to the growing excitement over the city election. Still for the whole month there was an increase of sales whlch shows that the market is reviving with the coming of spring. The total of lthe transfers of city property, as shown by tilel record is . something over 85ti,(iNi. As this includes no very large deals it shows up very well for the actual numi ber of transfers. Dluring the month the transfers of outside pro)perty alllollnteI tovn. . The Townsite s:les for the. same period foot up sonlmelthig over l. ay) a healthy indication. Ilihling has lieen inaugurated o, a lbroe scale during the. latter part of lthe month. New houses are springing up by the dozen and many lllore are ill ,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. — 9 April 1892

TRIUMPHAIT DEMOCRACY, The IDemocrats of Kansas City Make a Clean Sweep--The Entire Ticket is Electeld. Polities ,Iively in South O)nlHuh A ('lash Between the City and ('colmity Aathoritiee. The' Returnsi' of the] Late Municipial Eh'etioeu Very Unsatisfatory I|oth Partiea Ihltly .Split. Dlemocratic Ticket Electedl. K.r.s.\s Crry, April 5. A full set of) city officers was elected here today. The I campaign was one of the hottest ever conducted in the city. Politics cut but little figure. The tight was between the young and old "crowds" and the forner elected the democratic ticket. K.ANs..a tTVn. April ,.- At midnight t the recorder of votes places Mr. Cod herts majority at 1,791, all returns being en. Other democratic candidates for i' city otfices are elected by smaller majori- I1 ties. The ci.unt on councilmen is in complete, but indications now are that h the entire council will be democratic. k IUenie raft Carry Milwaukee. t il MI I.w u'Ke:, April 5.. At 11 o'clock 25 it precincts...

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. — 9 April 1892

gPRAY OF THR FALLS. ome of the beavy piceseof machinery tbs electrie. pt . othe Queen of Hill. mine in eihart are on a flat in the yards here and will be taken tbhe camp today. The mabhinery is Sthe works of Ledgerwood Bros. of ew York city. Report reached the city yesterday that owners of the May and Edna mine, ted at Barker. had struck about four t of galena ore on the lower tunnel. is tunnel is now in about 800 feet, and upllunel to be the lead that they have n exltcting to strike at 1,000 feet. The first church bell for Great Falls. e new 1.500 pound McShane bell, will ut up by the first Sunday in May blessed by Hlishop Brondel on that l.ath day. The new bell is "F arp" in tone. When placed it will he ltvated solne 1:X feet higher than the rehl'tpartllent bell. The Illoek P. Mining company at liar met with a very heavy loss yesterday. he entire works, including the new 'sting works, ore-bins, blackseuith op, and other buildings, were de ruyed by flre. The machinery through t the...

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. — 9 April 1892

DEMOCRATIC COCK CROWS 'Ever the ia lr iou Vi-, r ri 4 Hi. 1r - 14 J.. e l, lmno-t rn v. Is electeil byMor Ill ity. The streetsn are filled b~y jubilant voters rejoicin Sthe deet o thint Isre-plian aimin- I rtion Istratin.e. inders today.\prii 1. lSeial t to the Rev. T.IN. Jore anti ( Curtine vission- by a majrithe f rl. KLon in, shidt di th not arty a ward. ixand ut of ei iht a house orn elected are democrats. Walker, republi ran, osir trionasurr. ewas placted by in majrity ofage, republican for poli e maken istrate, s~ elected by :17 majority. The streets are tilled by jubilant voters rejoicing oved the defeat of at the sure-thing admin lith ptration. A pretty young Chinese girl 18 years old,iwas rescued frssia notorious high binders today through the efforts of Rev. T. V. i More and a Chinese mission ary. The girl, Long Ying, stated that hiore was kidnappto d in Portland and brought here and placd eein a house of proastitution. She was placed in charge of the misatened tonary and ...

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. — 9 April 1892

ASHINGTON GOSSIP. a vERBODY IN THE CAPITAL 18 TALK ING OF PRESIDENTIAL TIMBER. srriou Is Not Talked of So Muek as ge Was a Year or Two Ago-Senatoer 11111 Recelves Ituch Attentlon-storles of palmer and Gormoa. I[pecial Correspondence.] WAS.enlNro,. March 81.-Hero at the spial we don't talk of mrIch save the aiolg presidential election. We have tltmny candidates right here under r eves that we naturally find ourselves is~eting them. We carve up their lI-tal parts, place their characters 1Iehr Ia icrosciopl and put nIewspaper etetives on their past. They are lan terestiing lot of leun, tlhese presiden Sel pibilities. There is (eneral liar ion, the man of the White House. o don't hear as much of himn as we id a year or two ago. Then he was ew and fresh; now lie is an old story. president Harrison is not a man of horn much gomsip is tittle-tattled. ere is not much color in him. HIls ly life is as commonplace as that of y private citizen. He neither makes Iliant remarks nor does queer thi...

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. — 9 April 1892

WAITING. Serame I told Illy handn and wait, Neor care for wied. nor tide. nor sae I rav e te tn ,re 'giaint.l t lllte, r flte, lor Io: nmy own Iiall( co.ll.o Ill me. I etay" Im) hatl., I mike leelsayu, Fi"-r whlat avalle Illlh eiae.-r lace? I-Ibt aI. a ld thellt -ei' teli ( al y.1 .nid whatl ie inshe -'lli klInow iny faco. ..hlee'. aw5ke. )y night or lay. Tihe frielnll I --le-k are selklllng tnc; No wind can drive 1¥y rl.k I0t ray. Nur changL. the tide of destlily. hat Illllttr if I Stanld alone? I wait with Joy thle crning ytear.: My iheart rshll reap whlere II ll.. awn. And :arner up its fruit of tears. The waterr know their own. utA draw The brenk that lpringv nll yonder e, fows tlhe RmIal with equal law iunto thie oul iof plre delighlts. Van Itoweret Inot.dding in the wind Is ready pilgnlteI tIo tile tImh.; Andtl. ttaithen. a lv that h killk unkinlldn 'l-r 'i.l thy lover .eekettlh thee. Th l' ar, tr o il.here lrytlel te 1tIhe.. sy. Thetidal oee unut ithe .an Nolr inle. r,lor par...

Publication Title: Weekly Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly tribune. — 16 April 1892

w. K. CHAMBERLAIN. W. t. CHAMBERLAIN1 E1nl WEEKLY TRIBUNE. _:_ SX EAT FALS MONTANA ATDAY MORNING APRIL 16 1892. NUMER112 OLrUME X. (R~EAT FALLS. MONTANA. SATURDAY MORTNING, APRIL 16, 1892. NUMBIER 112 HE MAO RUSH TODAY SIt O'elc'k the Neestive Boomer %Will Strike Ont for the t'hdicest Icwation. ulocanls of Men, Women anld Child.l ren With Every Conueivabhle Kind of Conveyance Wait inlg fir the Hollur. hic Aluhoritie'5 are Taking Every i'i'e''autionI te 4 ueI-41e Againll IPoesib'le' Tremhll. eI.e'rvation Thrown Open T.dlay. WvrrEIITOWN, S. I)., April I I.- Sieantlon c.0 grows aepace. 'h adhlitions nllacI o th( boomer army today was very arked. The line at the land oflice, ngthened out visibly and it it increasnes omorrow as it has today its proportionsea ill he magnificent viewed from thel mine point of view. The dry goods ,x rigade has added largely to its ,umerical strength. Itis a fact that no lan x box or fair sized boxes of any kind an Ie procured in town. but the rain as let up...

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. — 16 April 1892

A SAMPLE MONOPOLY. HOW THE STIEL RAIL TRUST MAKES $10 ON EACH TON OF PRODUCT. .Illicnlls .,15 IrigsIiI.st· II.I,- r' i AaI lii \VIIvI Illd frill. M« l 1ºollCIIC(rI I TF Ton( In 11111-- Tlit ,* ýitlilljie. I, Eli. Tie is' c 11inishiissIi.ii w ic( ieiitrus's the psro.iiictlion s s ii. i u ts I ii pri cc of iiti's' rails i> osii' olf the 'iti'uge-t it' the ('5)11 trr. Unlihk.' oll w sol(.sl iui s it hasl nut isnelie fo I'iiiisl lov til l- i .ri i.u; if sll the jut 'rests 111i41iil-s ici ti'i auth oisitI y liv ui truslr~t agI ';1 u )()u II. Under~i~ ill*, ircu - gta.15t's tuchs it Ifr.5""iii wouls5 iild hsvi b1eets quite i ui lkeiiih . c tl i % ii furI i i t ie pirioduct of' a iy f 1in- MII l jijl ii iuctisicl. Then, ttiii e. ill,- u utker- of , . It """t rails umI ;ilsio lesi' laIrgfIy iill.al.ictc iti hil sims.l ufa'tj'ieiii ot. li -ijictlt. i - nit m Ii wit Itol. a..ci or d ....r plt. e. ii ihe: of in I~odw -I. tlit \,hut t cavil liilll: wif, of thecotliu I, rsh t arg tnutNr of.. ...

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. — 16 April 1892

A FIRE BALLOON. HE SENSATIONS EXPERIENCED BY . THE SUMMER AERONAUT. i Take HiK ('hancee and A.dds to " hem by the 'Parahute Kxhlbltlea. gio the World Looks When Viewed Sfrom Oreas Height. Sp 'yright, ti11, by Amer h.an Pren.i .\A"ocl.i tlon.l T E T ITHI time ev tery your the mian ei tg-er, of counlty fiiraind n lt'tircuteI tumay he sure that thiy will receive letters with gor g.In.lR printed I_ = ' ""headings. tgeth Sor with litho. grpuhlid postrs I - " w clull lrt ·rl -W I i ' il texhibiting u1201 iights lth at it helight. ''lhets' icule that the balloon wweauh It 1, ar rkt Howovet r ti. ch ilr.ni.n;iii. till' i3ppe. r in alllooning. it it iltl hl, than a t; ad, e.lll n t iuh t niti,.ll; . rsit .. Iihing lout; .vtyours of t'i; ,in::' anal t sp'. -- i' for its niutsl!.r1'. S litheu.first jlil., it dlt 'I t .1, il i Is u ptlliiltis iltl ts 1i . . t,,lii, I.l, il ,'t..llf . ith I i'erl it l t iih t se t . lll .lllnt a .sh ldangierl, lad il i- on this oiiunir,iii rlhaps. thlt e ultnt a...

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. — 16 April 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. BATUMDAY. APRIL iit. 1as. THE CITY ELECTION. The city election as far as the candi date for mayor is concerned was a con test between the straightout republicans upon the one side and the half-breed republicans upon the other. the demo crats being silent and disinterested spec tators to the fight. This position of the democrats was forced upon them. as is well knowi,. ly the withdrawal of Mr. Patrick Kelly, the democratic candidate for mayor, two days before the election. The straightout vote was cast for Mr. Daniel McKay. who ran as a citizen and labor candidate. while the half-breeds' candidate. AMr. Charles M. Webster, headed what was called the relpublican ticket and received the support of the half-breed faction of the republican party. Quite a number of democrats voted for Mr. McKay hile more cast their ballots for Mr. Webster, but the majority simply voted for aldermen and the bond question leaving the republicans to light out their family quarrel among th...

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. — 16 April 1892

MARYELOUS COUNTRY, i Little rkies (' Country to the FroYul as a Magnificent Gold Producer. eI utill.'Finding of a Hli-C(hlorile of' I;,hld pring at Their B r. Pat Hughes returned from a pros I ting tour among the Little Rockies e I o three or four days ago. Mr. Hughes well known among the people of thern Montana generally and among i of Great Falls particularly as a i tlrman of unimpeachable veracity and ose opinions concerning mining mat are accepted as authority. Mention nade of these facts simply to prepare mind of the reader for what follows: TumiuVs: reporter called upon Mr. ghes at his residence last evening for purpose of interviewing the gentle a in regard to the marvelous stories ich had obtained currency concerning richness of the ores found ini that I lity and incidentally to ascertain ether the report that what is looked a by some as a hi chloride of gold ain had been discovered in that sec had foundation in fact. The Ti.n e man found Mr. Hughes ready to Id what informat...

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. — 16 April 1892

MORE LAND FOR SETTLERS, A Proclamation Has Been Isuned .Throwing Open to Yettlement 81.500.000 A,.res. The Festive Boomers Gathering for the Four ('orners of the Country. They Are Standin, in Line Night and lDay Waiting thi' the Iand O )Hlice to Open. olO .lernh Thicekr Than Flies. KINor;isx.i, April 11.--From the east, west, north and south, white-topped wagons are creaking along the dusty roads, headed for the promised land- the country of the Cheyenne and Arapa hoes-which in a few days will be thrown open to pale faces. There is today one almost unbroken encampment along the borders of the new country and every moment the ranks of incomers receive recruits. L MoreJ people: will probably make a rush into the new land than entered Oklahoma when it was opened but there is room for many more. The Oklahoma country that was thrown open three years ago containetd only 111,.(t) acres while there will be more than 3. .50(,000 acres for white settlement next week. r S---r- .1 i THlE 1O00ME...

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. — 16 April 1892

N AT GREAT FALLS, yth ot tthe lWater Powier Town-- PItL.glesl naid Prosperlty of the People. nisinuI industrial i I)eveloprment - I the Ireduetion Wo1rks and lOther Plants. he following letter written to the Ht Herald by J. A. MacKmnight. cr editor of the Helena .Tournal, is Iworth reproduction: incr '. Ilts, April (;. Helena men visit this energetic young metropo lust now are surprised with its many trances of progress and prosperity. a spot where only prairie dlogs arnd rit utillpanions were to be seen eight rs a' a city has sprung up thut; en all the comforts of modern ciiviliz ,a1,d that has a population or its ny thousands as ah the years sinE, its t fundations were laid. Sev'er) part of the town cnd to sul Smiles away the electric cars are run ry twenty minutets: the streets are, I lighted w itll the magi.;rletlrnt: the i er supply in quantit) and luahlty is of the finest in tihe country, andi. atsi the world knows, the. water power, is ost immeasurable. 'iewing the site from ...

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. — 16 April 1892

THE WYOMING TROUBLE. The Beneiged Cattlemen Surrender to I'nited States Troops Under a Flag of Truce. The Rustlers Misule Things Lively for the Cattlemen While Barriculaed in the Ranch Buildings. There Was Not Much Blood Spilt iur ing the Two Days' Skirmish Two Men Wounded. The Trouble in Wyoming. WVssINo'Tox. April 13.-A telegram was received at the war department this afternoon from Brig. Gen. Brooke at Omaha transmitting the following tele gram from Col. J. J. Van Horn, Eighth infantry, at Fort McKinney, Wyo.: "Your telegram of this date referring to the president's order to furnish sulticient force to co-operate with the governor in suppressing the disorder just received (12:50 a. m). 'three troops of cavalry are now preparing to move and will start for the 'T. A.' ranch, the scene of the disturbance, in about two hours. It ap pears that a body of about fifty armed men, known as regulators, and supposed to be in the employ of the large cattle owners, left the vicinity of Casper ...

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. — 23 April 1892

w. S. CHAMUERLAIN. E E .K. CHAMBERLAIN. 17E Go (WrIEE FALLY TRIBUNE. 1, TEnr 11 t M1E X* - REAT FALLS, MONTANA. y. TURDAY MORNING, APRIL.23, 1892. NUMBER 117 CE ROVER CLEYELANOI t -- th it I)roIu'llrtr' Instru'ted fo1 hi lowlandu hot-. lGray Second T ('holie. I ti to Ticket PuIt in the Field - It iendedI by AIathesl fanr I O~VPV'NWr. 11 of al ,hi.it'n t ilifri. ui:--It Is Agttin e iitdi by tief Irentled P I..rthquiake. t Ik insison III onf 111, 3 (º 1 1':. eý1\l-t11.IN. .April X21. 'Thei n'oup t e' j-c1',r'.'i uponi lt a ieris it iftrt tititon todS). I atr (h vltilam is r it as thie logical cuadlidat of tic jrilitic pt.rty aun in th" event thatt t national ce'tvention tteerns the i ut - K in of (levelant i Mexpeiheint, tite 11 ration in instructed to use every t arable effort to secure the nom ia t If Aov. Isaac P. Oray for the presi v. The delegation which goes to national convention is understoted to bout equally composed of personal I wsee of Cleveland and (;ray. at. I ugh each f...

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. — 23 April 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. SATUI DAY. APIIL Zi. 1.2. stUPPUSL. What would have been the condition of the south today if the confederacy had succeeded? It is interesting to note that the intelligent people of the south unite in the opinion that the success of the confederacy would have been disas trous to the country. They say now now that their defeat was their only salvation. One southern brigadier says frankly in thi columns of the New York Press: The confederacy was a great mistake, and its success, if that had been possible, would have been a frightful calamity to liberty and civilization. It all of us could just tell what we know without being misunderstood we could throw much light upon history. but we can't do it. Fir this reason the ex-confederate de clined to say more. Hle could not shat ter some of the idols of his people and still appear to them tie a true southerner Jefferson Davis is still a heroic character in the south and they cannot talk about his mistakes. .John S. Wise o...

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. — 23 April 1892

ANNOT BE DAUNTED. A WOMAN WILL, SHE WILL, AND THAT SETTLES IT. * Determiinallon Recently Shown by several Bright American Females. ,me Ntriking Examples of Pinuk and Praiseworthy Perseverance. The r man of today seems to have e faclilty of taking care of hertelf, no atter in how trying a position she may MI'iIe '. 1.. MIN (.I'' p ed. AS1 , n'- .t th* " H~ r 1r Iunifort I 13 i. 13 1. V lo up ""r : i rr'Ifi tv.i.. I !i hi , 31333 C Illdril ' t i ii l r. mI'hI Ii e a 1311t3.3131 13 iit 11133 ofIh rIlf I hidi ' hondobtIlyp. it Vner lt the 1131 -ity pr, .,il it .3lf, Id th: prmtnpiit al confidh with 'ui 3 "hh will ri r to Vth ocIaI' io3. 31 " it ver :- lofty, mu ,t comnprl the wliiira :on of Ihie :,tinerII P liriap, t Ia prononltcd latent quantt1 v pus s:.-ct v wtattln i, dettermint'tirn." To i t her eart t)p~ a thing i to lwab it, to Wi hfur a profowsiotn i": t~ a'.1ista it tad. ill;ma~jorit}'yof - - < <. t, "lino ill .ir-:11tor yearI. .11i"< Ge e (ir '!Io W l wh. - 1'":,c i'. ...

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. — 23 April 1892

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. rPVu sBD St THE TRIBUNE COMPANY. t i cotnroB.4TED.1 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subscriptions must be paid in advance. DAILY. WiSELY. One yea',by maUl,Sis.i% { OIa, year. by mail. $2.00 Six months, ,.W Sie i months 1.`d One month. Ill I Three ucoot.f s" 5i One week, by carrier.2l dingle copy, - b Advertising rate. furnished on application. The circulation of the Tribune in iJoethern Montana is guaranteed to exceed that of any pa. per published in the elate. Subhcrihere desiring their address changed most send their former addrese ae well us the new addrcss: this shonid he remembered. Address: Tateesa CoMPare. tiemat Falls. Montana Call for the National Democratlo Conlvn tlon, 1892. hev national Demceraticnoite . o t it o:etiueheld the day in the city of Washington. ii. C.. has appointedt Tuceday, the 21st day of June. 1.2, aC th'. time, and chosen the city of '"jicagxcn the plawa. fer holding the natitona Democratic convention. Acl'h slate eI entitled to representat...

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