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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 26 June 1896

NE~VS OF WEEK 'aturdai', June 'n . \V. J. Footner, vice president and gn rI manager of the Great Northern Ex use company, will arrive here this nriniog ii his private car. miss Clara Bullard, who has heen vis tine her grandparents, Judge and Mrs. 1 I'. lBy wrtere, for a few weeks, returned ,,t rday to her home in IHlonri. pr. and Mrs John Clifford and niulhter of Eighth avenue r Ntinrtr oelt north, returned yesterda morir - ir triur a visit tiore lativi and1 frtirit is Iteuneola. I). sJames, deputy grand crommn'iir, ;ights of the .laceabeee, who has ,just ltituted Great Falls tent of that ordor, il1 visit Belt unhday or Monday, with a ew of organizing ii tent in thnt city. large pail of the burlher frrr the .inI of the Caseade & liiitrr Riot Lun er company has arrived. Nw rern l r busiiess. irevitlh etri l ard Ninth enrie inonrth. DItvirt iRitipbaii t, 1au .I ij... A1. iitrunnd Fort HurNlirr; and ,Rinel Nlizner,< unirinandani, and i ('all. :i " N. Siott of Fort Assirni orne -...

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. — 26 June 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.- Latest U. S. Gov't Report O AjBaking R Powder ABOLWTELY PURE A 8914t hi)TIiE STROTG EFP[ 7: ther .. Ii itte ptv a lur e ý . - ,.1.ý W1 'tre Ti " . 1 Ki. .ili I that '. . if i~ i" ý , o r , r. : ;' is the'' pour . ing1 rear de~pulŽ rs,:re scn.i ii. I * etua n :r , hoer', h km l ~r;g ti tt 111> . .P n 'a .i,t jumpq, prlitiitall'., 1 1 11 1;;c.ii fail. *1. Harry would uiak'a a goore 'ril v 'olh eer. Joe" Les'sard is improving his eanr'h, in the way of tinting. Our district school is a success; there 'Ii, 11'1 i t it (H !, run i ill il u lmIi;tIIa f1 f U lbi xi;i I ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i t liihH"t i '' o r I, It t t I,'us r, 'Ir.n: ly ar~ oate p u b . It ~r tal t:l, u' lI l,'J a nrurour iurfit -n of thi, 'yi t o.i 'I \~'y rffir one hI o tr dullarn for any case it fails to cur(. Snd for circulara and testimonials. Addrees, F. J. Ciiri N:, \ Co., Toledo, 0. Sold by druggists, 75c klaU's Family Pilli are the best. CORPORA WILL NOT BE THERE Ninety-six Creer A...

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. — 26 June 1896

H6IGH SCHOOL COMMENCEM[NT (~eftlteIIat Rc'ceive Their Dec served D i jdomas. geit-* ExeriseIsi in the :Morning. ic pupils of the Great Falls High lool Friday morning bade farewell t1 the Soniors, with appropriate exer' LO "i at the school room. lies Marie Learning, president of the tiler class, presided, and, wheti, at it 10 o'clock, she call'd the echo I to r, there were a large number of Ast present. Siti Dibble, a Sophomore, read fith try of the class of 1oht, individually collectively, recalling manye irs' and making telling tite it 1ile 'ors Miss Hattie Towle, a Vererh * , gave a horoscope of the miembers 1f tie class, presenting many arusiAng 'lore and neatly ttoing off the Seniors. cerilied verities;' Mline learnting pcr 1 1 to each Senior appropriate gifts. ¶ 'tls J. Kullmer and Alices fla lotta t' thes each received a tin iut cl in 1 of a feud of long standing ti au them. Mlsse Shsna .lie . t nr' it oioen a long string of tlii 'liuloO in it thooe '"iptni" who would net he s...

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. — 26 June 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power..-Latest U. S. Gov't Report Pxya Baking IOIE Powder ABSOLUTELYV PU RE GOOD IYSWO\ Ohio o:il 'nl i'ra timtn, rtas Meet ilt Cal.Vr 1ia:~ II eid [0187 SEVENTY-SRI SOLW VOTES A dt t ! in~~ ill. o aft, r In C h air 1.:t, . . , n ".1 ,' the tt nt irar , t 'i , II. Tayh!,v, ti,, ton p r : , nr .! his spyx ch. te l. '._ ricit' a fit free cojuul_ a 1 to I t" t il ir it(i vocates their I' rt I pI i rtnity to 'Leer and th y ,I t vo f. \rn .Aft r the report of ti:e laurant. e in perinlinrot organization. Co 1, J. 1 turner was es cortel t t ,e.1 pre0,i 'in ' ~'leer. and was r veitel iviti an ovation. Gen. Warner r as intriluci t as the ai.tlH of i; to I id spoke on 'iilv r. Theo results of todit 's o veir tii are as follows: IMel s n at la- , vJohn i;. X.1eL an, 11)t, W . Ihurman. L I li bt n, I . 1 Fi* .an I"; ' -'9 at 10 . i ' df , k, r, C. T. I'app : , 1'. 11. .1 Ii. il.n , I 0'meme' of -t ie (iii i ',. Whit jue of u fro u , . 0andine: f Ir t v and fIl d e mo...

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. — 3 July 1896

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUNE XI[. GRlEAT FALLS, M1ONTANA, F INAY , . I'LY 3, 1,.S. N M IE 17 FTTIING_ WARM Itrepresentatives of the Great Rival Interests Gathering at Chicago. SILVER FORCES DETERMINED 'Itt,.v Will Control the Convention in Spite of the Goldbug Contingent. S('tiiic o, July 2.--The meeting of t hairman latrrity and the -excutlive ,,vitmittoo and the silver denot.ratie ,olinritiee are the first events sins tihe ;uriial of the silver men. R,-pttrls to tli,. executive c:onmitilj e atr, that pre it inary arrangements in otntneltiton wiithlhe convention hall iand uncessary a ljtnts have been completedl, and that in lhe.e respeetts lthe preparations will Ib t rtneluded in ample time for the tp,.titg next Tuesday. So far uas the work of tile conventiotn is onterned, t1, .ittuation is very e.hattit,. lBut one rho.:; has he,-ni made clear, and that is that the silver forces will Ie in hI mtajortity, but whether thet} will I,, able I to assert their majtrity on the tempor...

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. — 3 July 1896

UNEQUALLED IN MEDICAL ANNALS A Patient Cured who was Afflicted with Rheu matism, Locomotor Ataxia in the Legs and Paralysis of the Throat. It was in Prescott, Mich., the Patient was an Old Soldier and has Hundreds of Friends. The Case Reads; like a fliracle. The pnbli: ,'1· , f li; busincs. t, " . let. '< W ;I it rem'n.rr. 1' r ;},1I four r' .lrt ' ''Io'' in n! h;In .. "'''" ~~ i· ing, an' i pIrt:,I. T !. .. 1 Ifl 'i t; "t . Iý I I I Galvir. '",i f. "In 1'' I ' ' I fantr":. I 'o : of th - i`::f r I ' i I '' I ctaug t t1...1 Im, l III lasit. n III. h' r" F 1 I r r ri r r n I ', I r - a t · ·lt h!! II"I f : r " It I .. I c, . ,; mor ·;- vir r ·.: ! r! r, ···i r of th" %,tr, I u t' - -' ilr r"" 1 I I I' . p ,.r in 'L6 t r i Ilr 1 1 . I' 1 - I r, I. 1mnt.1 1' :1, . r : in t. I It ~f n ,. .l, 1 "I I ,lr ,. f it-il liar I . " l I ' i '· I,~- I" I . h ·· Ir 1 I , Wan:. t I ·. ·~ I'I i citi .· ~ · · rint,l I Wnnl tir -· ,f: . ·.~ ' I J r ' . rirt" '4 tr r, ' g., t l'.," 'l rubir. free .r...

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. — 3 July 1896

WILL STAND PAT i Ir DIIcltsM Imrtnturd to Ahsolutely lave Control of the Con vent ion. NO CHANCES WILL BE TAKEN I.y,. i' n (oilG ossip F'om Chicago and Other 'laes Througlhout tihe Ceountry. C., Juno :r. A..\ cor fr-rrrolr i;r o(,f thu national birmotallic r'r .t!, was called to orTd r at. Iher iilor :', huo a low rminutrln bfhor 12 to l I enator I.arrir of 'l'trenn.t.ru C' hriirm'n of tho organCflizaitroni. l l, "" a , present a quorur m of rnrr b rr' of t I +',ulllu itteo alld a I;rr;tr numbi i r of Jr ,I"lnhetl oliver dh . cIriitt", u .cllli" S " t: rs I a rrir a nd : t( ,f Tl ,n'- ),n,. s of Arkianmsr , I'J' rli, o r f Irl|r , ',,rir'l of \'itgC ,i, antid (JokCrlr't of h ti aw In ; ex .Sonatotr M arti in of K a 1 1 H . + mes ý, t:-ll ilan anti .hurti ,on rl of 'i 'nll an-'rd ex Corgr'''-rmr a I ryarr of r\,-rtr-k.a, H.rlodgrar rf T'I'r'rlr'+n - , Iil otth r. rr , ' rtinC g Wirt, , I 'yrol d rrrI: r,,y' Cr It,] irtroductir ani d i. i:.rango oi f v'i-wC a ! · tkrhe outlookir frll ...

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. — 3 July 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DaILr. WIHLT. One year...... 007.00 One year.......... $i. 81z months........ 4.00 $ix months....... 1.00 One month........ 75 Three months..... .75 Unaltea pid in advance the daily will invar! ably be 75 cents per month, end the weekly $2 per rear, fi for six months and .10 cents per month for ess than six months. AdvertislnR rates furnished on a plication. Tan Ta.LtUx leaves all conpetitore foar be hind in cirnelation. Advertisers may have ut Sees to its books at any time, Subseorbers desiring their address changed mast send their former address as well ae the new address; this should he rememnbered. TH~ TRHIBUN.. (reat Falls. Mont. The Lewishon Broe, of New York, who are largely interested in the Boston and 1Montana. have added to their holdings by the purchase of the lRosemount, a rich copper property near 'I'uecon, Ari. Copper is king, and it can bh set down that in the new deal the lwewihous nanv a good tbing. for they are looking for sna...

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. — 3 July 1896

SO E WEEI OatnrdtL, Jale ¶17. - t Swilling of Evans, road super or of that district, is in town today. rho cape of L G. Phelps, receiver, vs. ,ioas A. Churchill was yesterday dis lsed in the district court. m'lriagi hi(,seins( was y(esterday il tI, E. E. MetCubrey and AMiss rlh .Ma-rk, both of this city. 'io;i t.tizienship papres were yesier i. !r;ilnd in the district court to .i, \\'asman. a native of Canada. 'a pt. Stanbury of the Salvation army i rtt Ihre tere yesterday from Nanal. I C,. to take charge of the Great V. I; Glasecock has tiaken to the t,,1 II, rode in from Btelt letertiay rnit L5 t a pace that would do crodlt ?mAl 'l l Orman. ih tfnly of the nelw pa-I tr f Ihe 1li avenul nor11h. ; I llamiilil. is e,,f in.d t )I :i gt as :''!h .11i(' frv er aind l will nt, h I ill loi r s'nt i I n hli-, nIi, "u. li ,. . of his ill. il )il.. Ir I' I l ii andal i amI iin r,',)m .-It eI , er whnel, ina.it tie 1wru t n'" a.:.l one-half lotu:e. She wvl! jit h r t[a r forT . Ul .a el da)y ...

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. — 3 July 1896

)OR vSHO W IJOIVN 11n ýIII;t I I9 I1l >-ýi jnl uI , Ti.'L' -1 HE SITUATION ..: l It- Ii S itI. ir un I it' L , : I , . .' ! r I i. h'Lul i. t /i.i :f bI'''' t itiI I -! m l, , . : , ti 1, 111 ! :>. 'i ". t Ii. t i it :tt I t t'u ' ii a ' . " it. I, Il, . V.I.1 ., ; '. , 111 f(,1t:..'.l' i t 1 I '1 t , rr i " It, 1 - I pro ;t ,. . ' , . ' I 1 , I h lt ' :l .11 . .. , , >t h ,. * ore . it 'F .. f~. ; l,.~fi:l Up 'l. Ih'e irnt rer 't L .f th . t.1~ {. f, , -, . , f r thi, tiinj ,er. ," t r .t . us.paitn I slt allH f an r, ' , i:,',rlu . . r:: 'h t a,'t ' ' -I lt:. t' in I. Ira :tiir:it i . in ti½, letter thie • .: I, I c.1 th 1 . . ,+p ir . , r: . ,if attemlpt Afte r lenri'thy t. ulogy u;,ori Ia on. at r "y W\ , I 'i'r, t rl .tttrtr cr .ntinule , t c :" iI that aI . undari t tp .o atu.i, ,. i." l lilt' ' pu Wlica t diif i t t.' " ,,ti a ..i inrga i- t the preett repres ntativ: of the Fifty ;..II. 1 .... r u h .war " I urt.i ongressL thiat in the evont the election should be th...

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. — 3 July 1896

S HARTMAN Iteiu{; K1oception to Mofntalflft' C'oin ;;uiu"nluIl by (sreat F~alls Pe~opie. ENTHUSIASTIC AUDIENCE lell,'l Preswl·lv·c and~ Applanllle Ir I'P"''p'"·l to Imi I Conduct o I n ilthuHiahil 1.i4 111uappriov eIi. iHttti t(t '! (olin -su an H farlt ion. ,~ " l i n Saturday. Im ri h I'l h i sidf aHri near F K ft r thi tii l'niii iri Wa N Ft t ` ii i l i'i i l f ' i t 1 1 I i l i x .F ..K 'iF F ! F Fhi~ u", nvt;tF-~w x It 'at Ft HI n ý II. u u I A ' "I to r~ l t II I i~: 'It Iý al F. . tut tril t I ^ 1 i Fn II " F' Ii F ill . T -] - 'tlh i ii F. Iti F 'iF' Ft~t Frl t ' l t' ,?ti N~irl l h h nt I iiu.t i~lin n .r 1'<c]ac, a . . '': Hi c arcc.an i t ;' .'c ( f I'e'lh I lc itn ccIcleea l t'caf aill oai a.,.'' ra 'l itallraarte, 'at tet. Ieuita orle thl a cf lJua , . er f t'riuch ai , ar t. a frtU ra tri. acc, , alpc a , car -l ia l a c t ar, eixc trlairrca ti r e c tic aI r' t ..tr ilcta at ci th 'Ia ltlll a ca Icartla'- eral 'a tei t ie ti c' ', acra ra' 'crag l iccrcl. circ ca ...

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. — 3 July 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power ..-Latest U. S. Gov't Report APOL Baking SPowder ABSOLUTELY PURE a : II.PRr 1 Ei [iE . lJ,.Ei NTIN IS THEIRS S I' :,,:;iial ('olll ill!fle ('-111 1 -:;:;p . ti Their I're ., . · , . .u 1. i--T., · ,:wh r {idKegatoes '. I f f . I W:t1 ies.I .t', hi r rult of t'+,- Ir .ir ,., , (of ti ,iir :truinitteo with r ;, ulrt- a:. i -eitbera, of tho -' u l i ' I: ,tt, ' of tie national .itteu. 'lT'he,' h not . u,,,h h ecuring It positiv. ic0:, ' r'.n:o, r it. t!h ir fldeit an.t to tli pra- ti:'al:y utcurCe the t'm-t '.:',y r_ .; .ai of the utivention, but t , I;.. r .ý ., o, ;t -c, uri a n- re elit. ; .it, i , f !., pi lgr, ,ult, of tho natiotai t[ l-.t; t e i, ucC-:u'del in ob t+ :.,4. re. u t ,' ii.,; conferetice S i l ,,,. , iatt tillhe iiver li n left SI , ,I, a l; t rteol .;, tf I r.W that their , I' , i practically- in vain, ,, v .' ue leasia I with tih p st r ,t ,L "~, l th e m atter u n til tao late ao , as ..' n :d-,,-ay. In the absence of' : tI; ;, *:...

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. — 10 July 1896

Most Hlitoriosi Ieeet C GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. yoIAJ.MEIJ XII. (G EATl1 FALLS, NIONTANA,FI 10 V , ,11'1,1' I I. I S9(. NI 11 E:It Is oillmn Hession of the National pIelcrlatic Convention Yes terday. SCENES OF GREAT ENTHUSIASM The I ree, Coinage Platform Was4 Adopted by Mote ''Than it Iwo-Thirds Vote. O, July t.-The preliminary slenl . of the convention were largely it r10pe1titttn of the two preceding days. a,., of bolting delegates lilled the air beftire the convention was called to urter, but nothing positive could he learned on that subject. it was eight jiuutes before II before Chairman White rapped for order, the opening prayer being by lRev. (Green of Cedar liapile. Immediately after prayer en atet Jones of Arkanasa took the plat fenr, and in rather a weak voice read the report of the majority of the reeo ut'tien committee. The reading was in terrupted by applause whenever the delegates could tell what had been runt. Some of them called for a aet'td reading of the financi...

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. — 10 July 1896

A 1 9th CENTUR Y A Newspaper Man Relates a Mar vellous Story. An Interesting Chapter is His Own Life-Some, We Hope, May Pr10t by Reading Same. MI1"tt'v Cn't , n ! = . woull d tint 1 i lk I . tin l it, It 1, Ii Iir ha-I It tI iran, k ri a n 11 Wttili- il It IT ii I r ; ' farit-' hlit " , t rtilt I t ! : I . t i,.t . let.- '. f ' . . I1 . ,, ' r'tt" . I 1 extI., 1 . . rIan .N weriInha tt " breuarin ; it 1jnat, ,1t :1 L had. . 1 t' . min .i ni~:r felt a- ifI ... I n - , e trp,"t. ` I it, I : " 1 " [lark-, nra1 1 'l1 not .'n "' i cXIIy ry ,, t. t, ý, t.- ; 1 .. F nl _o 1 :1 " i "3":: rt. - I ,I t :17 i:.:. 1 : !" 1 i n ach r, ,, .t :: r, . au i" 1r 1" .ia-" r ;-r", }.: . 0 it 1" l ext"- .. 1- " t, U +:!;, :ilhout A Lra S:.D 1.A . Aikecn, A L h O P E t p u L O St t \T i 4,st~ UniJ " ;kr- 444 It'ninj 0j. 44f~t THE CHICAGO CONVENTION 1'l 1,;, n WI'1ho4t 'ii r 4441titne ft ~'*,t. .4.14'r1 444a i ; t4o I4.4O:atvw "t. ':14 ' 4(444i5 t',Fi4I ity: If r ,'. 41 it 'r4' !.;444t4'r4 -44, ..tO4'I' 4...

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. — 10 July 1896

WHAT VAS DONE i"', " ts' i lnag Men (arr) Out Their thxpressed DeterminAtion to Control. REPORT OF THE PROCEEDINGS e lI~gConvention Editorial as sent Out by IPhe Associated Press. ioni, July 7.-In the magnificent vi rapacious Coliseum in Jackson par ii, ii th clear skies, with a cool, invigo ratii.g breeze snapping at liege urnd trap ~i, and the blue waters of Lake ylibligan stretching far away, the dei o cr:tic convention oot today. After a oii but decisive battle in the arena, the -Aver men vindicated their suprem a' They wreeted from tie, hands of ti told phalanx control of the conven tie and gathered the lins of power let' their own hi ands. There was a ireni ci.. Ice of that other great Coliseum, tch. e fall mar ied the destruction of the ellile, where men wore ibutchered to wee' a Roman holiday, aioit it al'. The champion who has so often entered the liate to do battle in dem icracy )' ceuso, amid ringing shouts and the wild audlinm of his party, wae put th the swerd that silv...

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. — 10 July 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. PAiLS. WEEKLY. One peear.. .8 ..7.00 One year.. Sl..tt15 iz onh.4.100 Sils months.... 1.01 Unless psid in advance the daily will invari ably be 73 cents per month, and the weekly fl yet peer, l for six moths and 110 sante per month for lees than six months. Advereleing rates fos-nished on application. Tura Tiossuesu leaves all coin petlitoes for be hind In eireolation. Advertilers may have ac osees to its books at any titme. iubscrsibers esiring their addrses changed meet send their forior address as well as the new address; thij e hud he ressiemt-resI, THE THIIIUNE. areat Balls. Mont. John P. St. lJohn, the Now turk hanker free minagý, adrucate, has heart forced to reign tih. prsidrioiy of the Merattti* Nrational tank Ibta iiii of his pronounletd a l nai y of silver. That will hardl eonvir" hime, or and tnt else, to tie gildiig 'hurth. In the international regatta at Henley yesterday aftirnoin the 1ale crew suf fared difeit at the hands of the...

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. — 10 July 1896

I JlA lA t Saturday, July 4. Ted lianson and Will Silverman went j to Anaconda yesterday to attend the races. 1t. II. Bemis of Belt. one of the pro priotore of Belt Valley Times, was in the b city yesterday. Customs Collector David G. Browne, leaves this morning for Chicago to at teod the national democratic convention. The townsite company nas deeded to Joeoph H. Johnson lot 10 in block 440, townsite of Great Falls. Consideration, e r marriage lieonse was issued yestier iny to t'hineas S. Matthews, aged 461, and tLizzie K. Godfrey, aged 38, both of GIeit Falls. t \ marriage license was issued yester li -l Samuel W. Bunt, aged 3,. and >1 t. Watie J. Dahlgren, aged 2i, tot h ~f , cat Falls. \ marriage license was issued yester ,a Clerk of the Court I'oekrill to toytar Wandell, aged 32, and Mlisa Annie no, aged 18, both of Great Falls. 1t. B. Raleigh, of IHelena and the I sE.,,r partner in the drygoods house ot c W r. Raleigh & Coi., in this city, was in th' city yesterday and ...

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. — 10 July 1896

lLATEBS - 1 Ia I. t : Viltim of ( i ; :.ink ur al Enlot'ed I"'r 1'r tue. StW L UIVES WERE LOST .iI lit' 7i.t; I *r .u it t t. it the, r 1 it it 1 Ai.r fcutd fly - rr ow tnt 'tri watr red Ie iway hnrl o, opptile tr. T warter A! : tint. ar r. . v o thi~ri founda It ro in, crutot de t - , irc , re nany narrow 'e :, ' fr; n -e th in .i iiat` g waters. a e a-0 away her, :i o, o posite . T ,p e slost thei: linea. tt r to th: river and \Ire. r h t ! Is gi.tre wecrr drowneJ. i a- :ni:ht of phi:; it eruing .Vi"It naw ay Wa dt hi i.:i ,t i tl do trii ~r- had not U' t~t Iit 111f '' U Ietd o i~rec .'~.titg twon tha -, ;t! li-A',r ': t '_.tI ief f i f,1 '1rrl 100 it1 -tiag Ct j J,. t. i 1 ' ,n anI -is it 4,i I A Ni TI I'iEHe'3-l j: _ laily publ!icAn. c da} eietu.g. July r". ' ;.'' tf 3 t small p latk ring l ce of Mr. I 1. L" r if IFiftr' and itnona vanY ' it ittg, Mr. Harry .\r . a t. 1 eatao took .(t, ait ade them husband and ti T, ttii'u ; o:urred att7 o'clock it; ti i-t Iri' r, the rayetof th...

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. — 10 July 1896

DTE IN PROPER STIYE laH rthe National Hloliday in (treat falls-A Itg Crowd From the Country. Ur l nlls Teams Capte Id Most of the Honors at tle Sports - Prizes Awarded. Ite glorious Fourth was celebrated atitrdiy in (roat Falls in a manner hil ava the utmost satisfaction to ,ertyt iiy, including the thousands of itas who came to town from the sur uatdilg villages by special train or with -ian conveyances. The firut epital air t~ arrive waa the one (tlt Lilt. tit , the fact that the oilt peoplt ure lit-ing a celebration of their own, . cri Ivt from the oual city was not an re u, had boon anticipatur!, but whon io twl Couloe train ar'rivetI it wan oiluwnd with excursioti-tt .\ito 1th 1 the special trainte jrobtt-ly ough t the city more than titit pt lo su the number that cane by pri t i oyance woe probably an tiny ru t very livery etable wan filted to fuol' t capacity, tin lott Roci a of haltoud in thustrout outide th' The :et event of tbo day wa"l t I' I gt tand t, i ithPwid by tilt ...

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. — 10 July 1896

Highest oftall in Leavening Power..-Latest U. S. Gov't Report Oy ABaking A~bL Powder ABbOLUTIELY PUBEE 111 i: I Swil. 'EN is ONCE MORE l i n t the lti ligaet feh situten. . . .oNi The battle of the iaiv; cWAS wage, aI day lorg with the silver . *r 10 contra: r:. the committee Ij:xa anol corvent::. No ouarter was s',own iL.ao entoumttee on resolutions, efhere tiŽ tiad a oni;,rityof 20, crushed the op; o_,tion, aoi with a few modi icatioo olopted the platform adopted by to. = -coownittee last night and tuiegra, hI to the countri by the Asso It declares briefly for the - e ;.ad independent coinage of silver aii ,ut the co-operation of any nation. :artm ir revenue only, utlticient to epraer, of the government r iion-!y adiO '-tared. for a con v. -it a LIenoent for an income :a:, ,. .;et federB- interference in af ir- against the Pacific r"ing hi.:t condemns the ie 1 ands in time of p-ace and :LtInt I- the ivil i,. t E' . r i c'r, I slie d ihri It'a thu- ' t a t -i alKd it s":111 9 f nW ...

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