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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 17 July 1896

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XII. GREAT FALLS, ' ONTANA, Fi: i A Y JIY 1, i8"(;. N\ I"3 I1ER 19 fIITE_BANNER Candidate Bryan on His Way to Lin coln-Speech of Indorsement by Bland. BIG TURNOUT AT KANSAS CITY Free Coinage M1en of lMinnesota Will Give Goldbeui Candidates a Itace. Loris, July 1G.-It was scarcely srel-up when lion. William J. Bryan, the diemocratii presidential nomiin 1 1, aceompanied by his wife and three chil dren, left Salem, Ill., for Lincoln, Neb. A greeting was given him as he stipped frone the train. At 1t o'clock they de parted for Kansas City. At Vandeven ter station, in the western part of the city, lion. Richard P. Bland boarded the train and will accompany the party as far as Jellerson City. "Silver Dick's" opinion. Jierenasii Crry, Missouri, July 16.- William J. Bryan was tendered a big re ception here at 1 o'clock, when the train arrived. The train made a atop of 35 minutes and Bryan was driven in Gov ernor Stone's buggy to the plaza near by and addre...

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. — 17 July 1896

ST. VITUS' DANCE A Nervous Disease Characterized by Involuntary and Pur= poseless Spasms. It Occurs Most often in Girls; Is Often Hereditary, but Articular Rheumatism and Scarlet Fever Predispose to it. From the Chronic' , Chicagn, Ill. !lNotwithstanding lite poor arc 'O ay. t it't tas, Thanksgiving is none the le" a dayf rejoicing. Many charities have I elm ,ii pensed and through '.tui 'tatiortno i'ii alities the necensities and sif lbrinear nraI a worthy person have to-n relieve . Abs members of totso, tb r, unitc at thil- 0l homestead and nat it' red arlud the it board recount the int-t, that h-av n place and the tarie -''sints that h tt beenvo~ucbsali'ith, to""in eath "" ey l~ln thelastannual mtttIint\- in' l ht i t, I, g isatiniefrt t rar tlmi tri j- A itor the countless fltuilitt- of I hi it'--- it r tr perhaps, not one to-r h tia iI-t a dt-pt-r sense of gratitude to ttiit tri of all c-nd and perfect sifts than Ar. ail MrS. A fred Collier, of 4ut4 Armour Atn t Mr. Collte:r. wi...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 17 July 1896

T'HEPPUIT OI. rils L iand the ('oniu ng Convention There Will Now Attract Attention. THE CLANS ARE GATHERING anlr4ip About the Probable (interior' oif the Latest Political Assenmluage. Sr. Loris, July 11. The ruch of politicians to attrnd the piulbt rfand diver national conventions ih r ot riet not in, although a fow of the leaders have arrived. Chairman Taubrneck and Sir geant-at-Arrus Ml)rowell, of the popu list national conri ttie, prodict one of the largest crowds that ever attended a convention. "Many of the best men in the party will be here," continued the chairmanr "There wil1 be 1,500 delegatee, repre renting two million voters. We have every reason to believe in nrmbere at tending, it will fir outrank rhe r,-ubli can convention. We shall meet in the came building, which will alford ar op. portunity to oboerve the strong poiutS of difference.' As the populists begin to gather it is evident there will be two propositions made which will form the chief erconten tion of the co...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 17 July 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCHIPTION RATES. DALYII LMYL.LY. One year ... i.t t ne y(te .... Six aneothtt .... 1" , '.t .... i0 One nuatintit Bret itt Unleti vIal i a" 1, Ir nm.:) i tt, 14i wii] ilJ, ably b, :,'"th 7' r ',. o LI' Adv.v hi ,1 in, itt I. new t,! TPher<I unit Sie o r .f . bu t ,,.;... tato cit, .ite t i m a tn ity 1 . .: t, r ay t ;I. thingsI. t,. .. l:lu t tl ':"e .u pill r= : ,. of ti..I i , tact ail t: funa' ''Tl' '': paps gra y te it. , r. a L. r T.e v 1 der.etda th ' r .i:nttn of \\' ' M1,tiý':ey, a n.n :Lu had 1 etn tri".-, and t -eir cr . waS 1,18udi',1 he If itart t o i c the c ith (t eastern manufacturers are ti" peopi e the uaratrapi gn a' o ;= it' T proper i~ixr fr th1 I tort. hta'. writtoit 1'.n ld ''ha' le e . r. Mt y dentrdii +t . i. . tit c. ti. t criet fir ao". . :i :a wi-h i t tat frot iii 1L Jt over 1:1 ii 1 id it 1,- 1 " m i at ti' growit, f t r -dir,.ent. I " is stil a sinrgle ilianti ar l ttan. I is trying 1" xp ain a' tht tllvti of the godi, 1tirink....

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 17 July 1896

S OF THlE WEE jS Di! W Snitrinlay. July II. K Cltner o f ilk it is If it y. uitson oif ('ht' n i" l in Iir it I, t' n, .i h~ f 1 I i' : 'if ' . 1 ~il ! 11 Ili 11l fro m, C :! ;(I' SIriy from tll A tni' nl I.m r :t rriil ftri ' , '1, fl' RIn O ll 5 l i roo t.','' I 'iiit a Sr.uiiti'iu li I rixr! 1:- ital I ,"'' rilr '' I, ''ii n ilr r osil 'o 1" :.It (t''t, wit 's he ithaturt I 'i r, Iito , t.+ ft Ii I. c ity. 1 'rrity H i riiff CIr' t of un t i wi it i'unntr, book and 'it b" fr'fil u ' t,!.uly ti. s.U. T'ooncwy, ch1tim1 if flt nn th;n J11 utiana LCentlal, r!!turnedI youtordaiy fr. I' t t. I u l. I . Melmnal, cl w of tItiheli ititi 'i.unt rift 'itu', u :1 !r , . l " It1 I }l 't( 'rlti 8 '. 1.ton' Nt1 tion il p ( i.yi fril Slifntrtl w" h I : ' Ii' ' t 1. o' 1r l l vIJ l it 1- V i- ' If 'l I Isvit lII'' ,.!I' fun' ly ..f Ir . ":i 11 all arm ,rout, w~ill li s t e ns t y fa t10 C iiou \ fit r I ',i Il ifI 'izis In the district c 'ur' ii 3tf C4hrlos F. V nr r lranki W in a c r iion to r '...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 17 July 1896

OfflH WALL Itrth u l+, t it ('olv nt'iol Ionor.,s Hit. St In of 3Mt u,' th Sect nd A SUL . FREE COINAGE MAN sionof u 30-1Nohibie ',a (a th if th o f J the, 0i, at it fr:t r, t ti tt u;i ,,r tL , _ io ~itIt f aci priti-n ti,,c, ~ No iniiil ~ .n o r rr (l ist at or; the freo silver plat r 2. 5', today decliried to par to ination for vice presi Ste>t f delegates had left t~ i tis eu t, aett:er t ie ee a third ticket in the ti i the mninritt at In alti mnre t. uatter for future pot lop r igut Whterte 1.n' u atiti of Sewall for vice .. i was perhapr even !moie t ri m thlat of lirxan for . terfat Br' an had Et" thI ,n ath Lie fuence AU'. o r. "1'y op Florn tie d had n u.' . l. Joihn 1t N, :-1 "li r.' was the tt e ticlo * o''~.~o f t~f ucla, 1; fact a~ ~~~~~1 un atep osas . tb to riii I " . 1 ,I ti . l.. it h s1 I " ttt nlr "I : , rod la t tce'. oli n to land, a ho on this bailot ^econa i vote: MclcLan moved up to lu. Sibley fejl back to 113, and 'swanl dropped to i . It looked se if it...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 17 July 1896

ODTHEIR GOD 81 linud of Illinois Nall Street tihurentM Are Earning Their Money. NT ANOTHER CANDIDATE I for a Convention That Will Do the Bidding of the Mono metallists. ,ar, i,.,July 13.-The executive com tee of the gold standard democrate llinoia met in protracted session to and prepared an addrese to the de racy of the other states of the union. se, unanimously, the opinion of the pmittee that a second democratic na al convention should be called to nate candidates for preeident and president. The address is as fo a: "'lo our fellow democrats of er statie-A national convention con ed, under constituted authority of party, has just closed its session in city of Chicago. It entered upon its k by violating all party precedents, he rejection of a distinguished demo as its temporary presiding officer; it riIed a sovereign state of a voice in cliberations by unseating, without as or legal justification, delegates tod with all the regularity known to y organizations. It refused to in s t...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 17 July 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report RoYI POakdng Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE 1. quti I iaikta ano 3Miianl-- .,h .r.I'reip;'il fl u: ti STAPE TICKETS NOMINATED If a. u+,"rarrter Ih r tle ý' < :in; f illi 111V1. II . , Sout I lal Ii, .July 13 . -The 1,opulists ocwr in I lrr fromh b this morning till F tnU,'it. when business was completed and tie convention ad journed. Last night some populiste threatened to bolt, on account of the in Jorsemeit Bf Bryan, but all expressed themselves as eatisfied today. J. W. KeRly and Ireeman Knowles were nomi nated for congrese; A. Lee of Clay county was named for governor: Percy Crotbers, for lieutenant governor; J. W. IHarding, secretary of state; J. II. Kipp, a 'ditor; Logan of Hanson county, treaes .rer; Melvin Grigeby, attorney general; W. T. Lafollette, Alex Kirkpatrick and W. II. Thompkine, for railroad commis eioners; Mties Kate Taubman, superin. tendent of public instruction: A. N. Allen, commissioner of school lands. T...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 24 July 1896

lMot Uhstoriel SdS* GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. 'OtfDIE XII. G; lEAT F L.S, MONTANA, F 1 DAV , .11' L 21, 1 .9.. I ;ii~ l'tF91 %il~l·11taRT] dually4 it W, I i iel apliori ciii I ANY MEN OF MANY OPINIONS jli liryan Vontlogeztt AppIuraIM By Late ItReports to Ble ini the Minority. 41 444rty, July 22.-- The Inpoplist and Iv, r wlliveritions wern laun~·hced tlrrlay· i r, ii r made ta iiiiuo headway. Thi· AJgr:uu of the uil Vii Iiflinolnlion was ,,,adin advanceil. It ifclIuCId aimu ,.I IU nminton of liTylil anil t . but thosir in 'har r' of it l -iuiui Si ~licy toi go slowly, in tlii liiii IIglt Iv 0:140 i n !,t " ito:I to oorniti Hi an ritt; n-,, ill I Iitia i t, lv 'tLi i : ,;i rI t " : 'hi i I ·i i 4 s I I' ; Ii I . ·. I: . , : ' L . 1 ' 1 , , . i .t 1 .I t l i I 1r Iti l I i . 1 ~I ' . . v,,l. ~h ti f .' , .I : , i : . I ' 1 t II by t t t ti , , ' I tI f ,'' i:: it, th luin ority t S , wn' o l uitl ' ; ilt c.'ol pel: o r lattin d it l ofI1 r;dlh t . 'ra;zy chairi .ua, l.. gi II , t . ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 24 July 1896

NERVO USHESS Is the W i or the People with ea,, O .hy 1r.. Tves are the Ones who Suffer. They .,y be Relieved by Building up their Nerves with a Nourishing Nerve Food. An Interesting Interview with A Prominent Phy sician and a Case in Point Cited. FPr'"i thr Jurrul, KirAsville, Mfo. "What i9 th1i mnla rn di.tenst called net. vous prostratiou i If this questiou lid hern asked a physli cian in our gramtilfatica rs' ii' b, he could it have answocrcd it. Th, diis ase ut is nhit known thtln. It is new, and is a proiluct of our Ameri,'an hustle and worry. Stat- t' in brief, nervous proitruation is a caonl-it ctIl lapse of the nervous su:stenl. It is i r'iII:t on by o werw,.rk, worry or Ii,- a.-, a:s.I tile patient nan only hbo trId " b' y r'.i y lt a proper ft','ii: 't the enrvr'. Ns tice t,. ,r-us e-'] t " p' Elt 'r" ,a,' I'1' 4 ,.r,, I, :'ý : - ' . eiasn ". t t-- 1 " c r Fite k .r< ip, Alt ta haust '; t, , r .: of In tr, th r :e \I enoula.h .. r a :. ,r,, t i.l .,.! , . ,r. ,,, .: li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 24 July 1896

lHIS SILVER TONGUE. Speech That Won Bryan the Nomination. REPLY TO SENATOR HILL An Eloquent Defense of tl: Platform. His Views on Finance, the Income T:.., Tenure of Office, the Tariff and I:.i; mess--le Declares lie Is Ready Io, .hlelt the Gold Standard Men on Every lui)t. All that thre lau!i)natlon plCltrcs ,o 1)mosthcncsa ('ta Ciero, all that wev hIn.o htrrd of the gircat orators of the Enulioh lton11uc, was realized. HIENRY GEORGE. Th7 delegates sat as if enchantecd. It ia ., a displaty of eloquctace pure and on dclhrtl. Henry Clay hltttlacf could not hale created so great a furore. AMOS .J. C('IUMMTNGS. Briton's speech wIas thfcinest I hatc ever ltlctntl to. JOlN 1'. A LTELI hlere is the speech by W. J. Bry a: in the national convention at Chicago that made him famous :al that nominated him for the presi dclney: N1i. C.AIRMAN AND GENTLEMEN OF THIE CONVENTION: I would be presumptuous indeed to prreent myself against the distinguished gentleman to whom you have listened if this w...

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. — 24 July 1896

'HE \WEEKLY TRIBUNE ,Lr! -HII-'TIUN RATES. i XI.KLY, .. 1T i. '., ..v!r ... ...... $1.,ni I,1 -l·. ,L,)rtl.- . ..... l.t ., ~ i ii ··l... Jq[., \iml,' .... . 7., ,I· ',', . ,I, \. I l ., l .,, , · ~ !,. :.-. ·,,,', ,t: I , ;·: · Ii I I It" .,'! ·'. " / . 1 I 1 ' r 1 I: I -i* , , . " ý ~ 11 ýr i1 y t i r, .. " I" ,, .:IC I , ý ý.r 1 if l.I Ly a1:di 1 - Iinkt'tl r ur one of his einisaries. Just nuow, . 0tal,.mla is rot laking politi,'al Itr s l frlom that snur ' . It has opinl. ios of its oswn. (tn.i l ti~ i t !.t, of ;t New o,€rh tvsiul n r ' h .,a.- ,..b a ll intirview SitLh f'l-,ih nt U .' . of le Culan r n'ul,., l . i I . ,,, ,'' ot' he' inter ýi,'. tJ' . l'r,,i 0,t k.,. "This wvar ýI .:u f'r b('uiJa or tlh , li rm intalin ,f I . n , , '... . T h!' I .. ' it , .i .n tm , :. t , . .'.., 1 1· ,, ; .fo; tip" , . " , ' , . r. , : i1 ' . ; . . . , ; . , / ., '" I .; ' ,.'.ti e t X 7 Lr. .'ior:, } i I, -. , I . '.,<,.-- 1 i: !h , , fle rf t',, ! 11rit, ::2. !.. ' ! ,, !1, . l-, hl .r...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 24 July 1896

OF THE NEXVS £ WEEK Saluruay. July 18. If, ii. Nulson cauio clown from Cascaad yorstordtay. Mlr. and Mrs. (. '1P, Hull have cone east for 33 1333rt viilrt. 'i. 13. Mrthlina, the cattleman of Saurnd 331333cý, is in tho city. \0. C. l'oJm333y reatnrnredl y33ttr3A3r 333 i3i a1 Luelore vi'ilt in .1101010, Atty. T. 113. Brtily hal o r33rr33'II 3fe N l-i'Ie, whore . l,3. I13i ly ill 3o.iu, ;!j it 0 03t333 33Jea n3. 2III .. Lylvi will 3,ro,, 1 t rll 0- 33II3 I, 3l l ry %3,earilif1l~ 1 133 3 t, alc i o t 1 .- \i; ,,r * ) it. II 1330 33331 31 urt ý.: ' ;,e'(I ' i1 101 1tit<.'1 ':u 1 :'II h If 317 '333 York v.1Hl .33 of tlio .3 31333333, t3l11,\U7U. , 1,c '' 333,3. ' 3 J o3 333 3331 3 lti i.:33 , .'1 h 11 1 110 r . , i,, i '3)33 "1111", 1, jl I '. +.; 7!ý to "·r ':i1'ý'il 111 ' e fl'LýI llt ilt.' lia +:. i.l;rcut.f~lr t~ il:· /l'i~fl lh .'1 ilb. ., . Et l i . l iv :. i. t·l '], I il.r a:"curh' ,,ut~t ,j Ii liii' c t *rcit 1tim i~t 'in cJ'an itni, iret I 'r i it a; ) : a mil tý: f, +a~rray'...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 24 July 1896

IN GREAT' DOUBT Contradictory Reports as to the Out come of the Populist Con vention. "MIDDLE OF THE ROAD" MEN Claim Tlley Will Defeat the Indorse ment of the Bryan and Sewall Ticket. .'. u :f .'.lN ras- .a. .,:law 'a! .Jam es 13. .\ ot'.tl i" ' Iaw ,t. lth was tlhe populist In, atiit e for presd rnt in 1 ";92: C aptain it ult I. ilb, whil lairns he was twice defrauded of govern.'rtship of his state: Tl'ot Patterson and (;overnor Waite of Coloradoi, are -art. .stly striving fir the endortsement of the Chicago ticket. Chairiman 'T'aubeneckt: , Ignatius Donnel !y of Minnesota, Seinator Butler of North Narolina, ex-Governor Buchananof Ten ntssee, General Coxe, of Ohio, want to indorsi, Bryan under terms laid down by thetim, while "'t 'yclone" Davis of Texas, Paul V'anlerrort of Nebraska, Colonel Frank Burkett of 31ississippi, and Ith era, want .t , ' ep in the "middle of the road" and nmtinatie an independent tickt ontt an indlp.uedent platfirm. Each f:.,-tion asserts that it wants to ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 24 July 1896

RE FOR BRYAN pl'lublich Silver Congressme'n Met W ith ý,enator 'iellr in ('olorltdo. SMRUDRESS WILL BE ISSUED e i? '' l~eached to Spp)ort the FI' ,'e Coinage Tlricket and Candidates. )i.-,;: .ct, Julyl18.---A special to the ,pushlician fronm Manitou, C(ol,, says: All of the silver men who are to confer n lth great question of how bhot to ite thce silver forces and bring a glo ous victory out of this campaign of the iopll against the gold monometallists re now here. The members of the con renco priesent include Senatorn Teller fCol.rcadc, Mantle of Montana, Petti re,v of South IDaltota, and I)uboin of dhob; Congressmen lilartman of Mon ia, Wilson of Idabo, IBurchinel of est Virginia, Shafroth of Colo .do; lion. II. A, Stevens of I)envor, 'i I:"tiy ,ot together in the rivme f I ,ator 1)uboietonight hd tinf l ,I' dly t,,d ,,, ,r the tituatic n, dit.iur.i-, - I ,..i..o of it, ila h oflf'cering suiit - : . W to , ,, t Il roicots the i , all acre li:hitinxg. H tonrlr i ,l r ., It.d tihe d...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 24 July 1896

DEMOGRACY'S CANDIDATE. Skeh of '" et ri Jcn THE ,IMA A;iD HI.S 2 EClOI.D, An Eloquent Champion of the Common People. HIS WIFE, FAMILY AND IIOHOE. Hi. Birth and Education-Eloquent In His Early Years-His Career In Congress. His Famous Campaign For Congress. His t'ife, His Home and His Family. William Jenningr s Bryan, the Demo cratic nominee fl,r president of the United States, is but ,i years of ago, a year old,'r than tih limit of eligibility provided fur by the c, slitntittin. But he has the appI' iranl--d spito his amooth fac,-the ripe \silt1 n inil1t!h, experilnee in iolitic ltl and business of I an lmuchl older. lie vwas born on I farm j':-t -o.ltsid, the li;!, t awn of .'., n, !-., : l year 1- i , r, , ly . f h standinel, r :,.-', .t I th,,, ". ,: : in the .r'"t r " c <,. .' 1 ' l v-'li circuit ,',, t'f : . y ... Jul', 1.t' 1 .. . . 'l 1, : . I ar ca: r. tr: in1 T1. .-; , . . .. , bta' I as a j; tor. 1. i., : . , of ay-, atl a I , t r r to throw yar.a , a l . ,, . at I . of ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 31 July 1896

Mont Rletoria Se Ielep 0 GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOILUME XII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, F1I1)AY' , JULY 31, 1896. N I'l 1?HE 21 v hIltaurla Trifo ('olli!r. o tie Reildiig Road Near At latic City. M 1h ARE KILLED OR INJURED Largo , I xeursion Party "Whose 'Ii asnre Vas ('hanged Into Mourning. ar.,erNiC Cuiv, Now Jersey, July 10. -A railroad accident, horrible in details and sickening in results, occurred this evening just outside this city, and as a result ahout one hundred persons are either killed or injured. The Reading railroad express, which left Philadelpbla at .:00 o'clock this evening for Atlantic City, crashed into a Pennsylvania rail road excursion train at the second signal tower, about four miles out fron here, as t11 Pennsylvania train was roturn ing to Bridgeton with a party of excursionists from that place, Miilville and neighboring towns. A rough estimate of the killed an 1 injured at a late hour places the number at 100. It is hoped this is an exaggeration, but th un...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 31 July 1896

TO AIN WEISG T. PALE, THIN PEOPLE UJSUALLY ARE DISEASED. The First Thing Nc cssary to Gain Flesh Is Health. Th or Proper Food for Both .,n ae Nerves. *n nest Go.' 'a ema's Exeiec an How 'I'. I .. ... 1i ' fir IIi' .~ rII, iryifi'"n t11. ii 1.:,,1iil Ii 1l, ,, ~Illjir,'iitL"~'lt it Ii''! 1l du 1:'in iii'ff ttr t uI ..ii : I , n., 'I ~ii i'' t Inin I' hat ,' i I, t m f ii'''' it ", I In'' 'i i t,' ji ~ - ~' I I, .t C ,i ''i 'i'rfii,' fir.ii iII,, f nk 'l. , f " 'Ii , i ,Ih t ifrift i' '' ''' lit,,II I, ~ it it lix nn~n lis I w''tch.",1IY ' ~n l, n , htv : t ,,l n pc ic ,t r 'in ,' , w , ,"1 t itin I ' i nkt t1 I tr.i~ ti cn Iy a L. i ,Iil s h ý n I' tt , His 31 t\irIy Army hiurt I i m%\\ herex 'Thir .\r'"" At. CLEVELAND'S KID WAS THERE A itani It I:"Hold. lBut ' .. l 'f a 'li irs :. 1ni , u ,t, inirrrh atll E1I l (rrrrr r .. ,I',n, .r rita" pre til in t ~hu \ rrit,rn I h . un-i ti , t t' ii. 'I exx Wlil ;1,11 Ii'] * tn qi .ixr at t, w'ii rex 1prri'friut cnl tair ,. -,~ I ' ta I ..r' i...

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. — 31 July 1896

TU DEATH ROLL 1, t w, Fur as Kunwn of th" Vinton~ of tser lai ust~rons IPat-! ur, ENTIRE HOUSE FULL KILLED Lutlý I oport shows ''hat, the P'rol irty I aiage Will Foot I'p I rk; A 1nn.1M. I' i-PV r;, July `'21. The full lt'ili WI lwa nt; linuelun tuiilI' 11 hl4hlit jib':rtnwa nt In'ant' ulu' tlly II0t :' I' n i 1 1ju i t Iu lli 1 t 1, 11rh lily I ljjfi ' r Ii') ran" I t "( 'I Iit, I' it , t I'1'n l.I)!14 , 01,ur' j I ' ,I Ii Y,y tijrt , i p, tujitu' o!lilt ~ij'jtiuj l. "n ,r 1'11't 'luit , (Jr ' I, IL fli khii'V 1-I" l I itl'tplt"Wtj. ('t l' tlly iV 'I}t ar nhd Ily" : .,.ll~ di 't Il lilt daji,.,' i, 'llV'il ,'In l 1'\V~ ''141,", Ii 4,1, ~''~n i'te r.f r. ur aI 1" WV.. l~ l ti g tI''i4'4,l !._.'t irul 1',,4 ' .I j' ". ' I ' nitr I fill It41 111 1 '. ittr+"'' 1C, Ii.I '' ' 4- It'll" Ii'' 'u at '¼' 1jul1' 'I fro l al piii'. nVlit I I At luau' 1 in.. Ill, r. fu rl ir.> ty tii' l A 1lro Iftk illowl 411,1W'41 *l, 1: ll'11 ' i 1 l li. t il iant i Ill lllJl) from Is ifjl)'l atil n' I. t ...

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. — 31 July 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE Niati e. Nutit u il h'uruby g4v."' thnt. thirs will tll it :u, tn I f tt'u' '' r a'.iti county ri'' r t' ' t ' th b1il.i', of LmI.lI' 1 I, r : ('tin'atur lr v, : 1t I i r' t Ir tr l:: irt1 L .. . . "' , I ~ T 17.; , a' "i riiI. ilit , III[ t It I_ y t''it iory it o' .! T ur .v'ri t ''irti o.rI i T I i. ' .ut11 '' t 1 'i r i'' t r tura Ig , '. t 1 i . 'I' o f thO h .of .. Irrii'i't ari iiirti ar' ' :' right, t r ,,,!, t e t :' 1 ' i ty of 04'r~l 1,U i ttin ti"' law in 'ou ra I- I. nto'r- 'it T i. f r '. ,ry , t ir t &. i * f' I ''''gil'' 1 'o' It is usr" ttbo r, ea it ýII. r., of la .r t.rA"i ,uutio 1 I a", it t'ii. wrath of P'ra.idrt rang'r. Th .n m T wei n ef Kr .1 ,iii rl,. 1; I ar. i t oo couri ' n. o'ry thr'w '' 'n y mim Fi hair, taki'ng t.hu <.arn thi ft the 1 1! did r t g with thie hiir. Ir'iffoon Ti'I.'. ,, 1 rather it l'ng ti e for a ilar of t''i i'utivl tet r pig r of tho raiii , i to ritu its in morI :'I up, but, tiit thei'i it. i r i0irt inti run...

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