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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 21 August 1896

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. [LUME XII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , AUGUST 21, 1896. NUMBER 31 .. . . . - - - - -i . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . OM ALL SIDES Aseoinrlnent of Doi)ngs of the Iif feorent Political Parties Yesterday. ION COMPLETED IN IDAHO he Ih'ireckenridgle at tlhe Froint ' the Ilolibng Foirce in iKiiutucky. . Idaho, Aug. "i.- Tnorhir c ly S~,,limocratic uild popili.t uinl,::, a v, devoted eutiroly to a tii.;cu of the proposed fusionlll, 'o jie i:: firence was in joint seessll until a hour last night without co)ming to Sill ret tseoion to receive rptl t Ih lao held two sessio. s, and it I oct therm is still o igr1ielai t. '!'t;:+ cciu had inlni:ted on ,' vir 1:;.o tier f the renattrn hil; o L, i: I.ut at 1 I, r "tgtLt ti alt(' thy - l ,1 i I2 I. . did nilt hati l tlhe it otter' , I t: i, the prilcipai l Taite .f vr it aO rn tllaltnad by bloarti , t' i ieciyalsi of which ire composed of i]n rItrnor, attornley ...

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. — 21 August 1896

A SHORT TALK ON MEDICINE OF GREAT INTEREST TO WOMEN. Pale Cheeks and Nerveless Hands are no Longer ,Admired. To be Strictly Correct you must have Rosy Cheeks and Good Health. Men Admire Wholesome-looking Women, and now Seek their Wives from that Class. A FEW POINTERS FOR THE GIRL OF THE PERIOD. Pure blood is the secret of health and beauty. 'The feature, may he regular, the form perfect, but no woimn ian 'e leuntitul in the full sttnse of thle i or d while s-lr risnt from any of tire peculitar :illtnllts of her sex. Disease histr'.,ys the cotmpe xiot, is trodue tive of rintetles and preilatitr e old tee. :Regulalr llotlithly lt'riu. al tilln is lrneel.ary to every wnmian'srt heaIt, ahl if this tune lion of l:t- is cheektl., di--a>e, a pale and sallow cmtplexion, and a tellina of exhmuts tion, arte the c ish. The monthIly seerttion must 'c'tinlu treoll pbritil'y !t, tturn of :ife wi lth 'it otunht ural ,bltrul' tihn. .n\ll br e t!,,f this l ,c of N-ature v.ill ret u hl in hy tnl t...

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. — 21 August 1896

ONSULTATION [ist National Committee in Wash in ton Attending to Bus Iness. TALK IS WATSON OR BUST News Items From the Political piel'1 of an Interesting Nature. ,~-,I, IN, Aug. 18.-The populist nal ,,mrnitteo remained in session he afternoon. Chairman Jones of emo0cratic national committee and man Faulkner of the congru.Iiionau tte. conferred about the general of the campaign. Although there, question as to the power of the ex ve carumltteo of the populist party o any steps in regard to straight out the complications resulting the nomination of Watson and the on lof Sewall (a power which was roed by resolution on the national ittee.) this formed the subject of of the discussions at the afternoon es, "What action did the commit ke with regard to the withdrawal an or Watson from the populist ?" was asked of Senautor lIutl'r, amn of the convention, after the 0sion of this afternoon's session. people's party ticket us named at uie," replied Senator Butler, "is a1 11 Watson, and that wil...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 21 August 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE j)t3 CRIPTION RATES. It "itr. t I VE ; nL .LY. , .... 07 ( e }or+ r.. .... .... $1.50 "a M~i: t,5 . ... .. , i':lroo tno t 18. .. 075 tt. . ' I ..,tI . x ( 1,lta e tt fails d t iy ll| ttlnv rt . ' ' a ',l:z., A ',r l EIn si., mo,?to 11.,, rT . .. / +· t l no the -:Nt' ',,.,', !,., l , H)t -ti ,1, -ii iP to \9P.-.c wl.' t. 'uca ed i' " !rlter a.I , cord of . . . .. • 1(.i s t t.,r !politiedl pre 1 .i I a;ac c r,'.e:edgee the re 0.1 t of c tourth annual cataloue of M. ,taua college of agriculture and SciLai arts, at Bozeman. Judged by t:- ,o: tents of the document, the scope .f t'.e institution is comprehensive, as '. "uirr'cuium includes everything from 'he alphabet to oil painting. No, not 3ay thing. By a singular omission the ecu :t- has overlooked a most important ch b, ct. There should by all means be astablise::ed a chair of "political racher:,. and Col. Sanders should be S- . fp:'. cs-mor. a .':. friend and old-time demo ;t f. e:: of the outlying precincts u:...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 21 August 1896

NEWS OFTIE WEEK Saturday, Alugust I,5. John K. Castner was in from Belt yes terday. E. S. Blair of lelena was in Grealt Falls yesterday. Bryan Corson, a merchant of Choilu, is in Great Falls on business. Phil Hunt yesterday went to Loggiing Creek for a week's vacation, 'Thomai M1. C.hamlerlain, . s.h. 1' man of 4anl Cosilee, is in the ';'. Mrs. John A largent limt r'turnd I from a vicit with friendj it ki;ii 'ir. Atty. J . (0'' big .of Il .ln, ';:ý in the city y .terdaJi, , lr ' .., ,-,, I .:-i Foes. tJohn ,I. ,1 ttI r. , I ' I , l'Olll M r. anid M rIs. .. I,,., . ,of .\'i :,r:t. 1I., are the guests3 of "l . an id ,. . . .. ,. Shores. John Iloll, ne, a ,shy'l . . . line, in in Ih,, vily. 31r. Ih bbl ., c.,n t nmplat ts gtLinag out of Ihi iii.h ", IlIust lhieuslirr T. A. elillsni,', .Imdug', Mel Ieleing andt Mr. and iiAm. ]. LI Cornell were in 'rom Sand Couleni, y.'a terday. I. G. Baker, formerly one of th, lead ing merchants of Fort Lonimo, now of St. Louie, arrived yesterday from h...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 21 August 1896

THE BRYAN ARMY Generals Are Engaged in Arranging Plans for a Vigorous Campaign. VOLUNTEERS ARE ENLISTING Free Coinage Clubis Rallying Around the Standard From All Quarters. W.\stuii'oN, Aug. 17.-Senator Jones, chairman of the democratic national committee, had a long conference this afternoon with Senator Faulkner, chair man of the congressional committee, ex Congressman Bland of AMissouri, who came hero from New 'Yora; senator Bacon of Georc.ia, 1i0presentative 31c. Millin and lRepresentative Richardson of Tennessee, and Dan McConville, chair man of the state executive committee of Ohio, and Lawrence Gardiner, secretary of the congressional committee. They exchanged views as to the plan of the campaign, devoting most of the time to the question if club organization. As their means will be very limited, they say they expect to rely apon denmocratic clubs for much effective campaign work. They have reports of the organization of large numbers of Bryan and Sewall clubs throughout the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 21 August 1896

TWO BURGLARS CAPTUHED Ilnrglarized the Residence of J. M1. Crawford, Third Avenue South and Eleventh Street. Pleaded Guilty and Are Now Held for Action of the District Court. r'u Saturdayr Dalsuy. 1fficers Grillenberger and Curry yes terday morning at 8 o'clock arrested George Wilmoth and Frank E. Davis, who are now in the county jail, held for trial in the district court on a charge of burglary in the night time. J. M. Crawford resides at 1,115 Third avenue south and works at the foundry of the Great Falls Iron works. HIe was away from bhome Thursday night and Mrs. Crawford wee at a neighbor's house. The house being unoccupied, burglars eilected an entrance and thoroughly ran sacked the house, securing several gold breast-pine, bracelets, lockets, cuff-but tons and rings, two silver spoons, belt buckles, a new pairof trousers and a suit of underwear. About 2 o'clock yesterday morning, Wilmoth and Davis entered the Genm restaurant and called for something to eat, but said they only ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 21 August 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report .Baking fIW1 Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE THREE OF A IIND Conuruitltee lle,hicnarters of All tihe i l uV V 'or .Cs I w r h' tl1 I AT THE NATIONAL CAPITAL T hull !'tt om (:1";,'1 , ".:iv A c.know le l d t-+ Ils Dtenhia of C tndliditti r'-, arn. W' :,.'...\u4, u . ,--Tic lpopuait and eilh.r pi;rtly nat in!ii ec:.cutiv.e coue rnitte'e tol:, y 'rran i to .p n their head0iuart,.rs r,. Vr .,l s /,,t], atl Joining ti:: .e :f te:r , , ' .:, 'tl tic cori gressior : r :l..,itt n, the r headqu; re f P , , n, atio comiur itt . l all t I: hie aiiu.:t 'd:t or , r of and m i.rli,, the re e .ctive un'r, ' r - o0 "vrrk in bTar iono , 'i-Ci.ai. n ',teven'. of ttI silvi r prt ',rrittc-, and HSecretary Ihid er: Jrfer will be ir crharge of the ilcer headcuartere and (eor~ e Keeoney v.11 have charge of the organization of ilver clubs. TIh plan of organization and other detail about the camcipai,_n will be made public tomorrow. Chair man Lane, it is u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 28 August 1896

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FHIDAY , A.U( lST 28, 1896. NUMBER 32 IllS BRIEF REIGN sad Khatlid Was Self-theclared Sultaun of Zanzibar for a Few Short Hours. ENGLAND HAD OBJECTIONS And Made Them Concinn'in ly hnown by the Mediunm of t1t rnt non's Motitht. .X Ntt , Aug. .iT. -The paIt icttt. thc etan of ititntilutr wettt otuih di- thu mrlning and at noon wae a bithitir-g rub. T). usurping cheiftain, Sid ihitalid, anti th- commander of hia flrcel, Hrlot, 'ut. c- (ed in ereuaping to the ftrnI.). (ant suiate, where they ntught rt-fge, til r( wain under t+ , -otection of th (r man flag. 1ear A dmiral It -ry Iee. BI., in cornmmard of the firiti uth at Cape of Good 1lop' anti t1e wrst of Africa nation, alltht io runItt l o n 'oral, A 11. 1larding, C. lI., after hldineg a conference, yesterday communicated by cable with the govertnent of ouat Britain an outline of the aituation of affairs here, setting forth that f-riot Iihalit , who etizud the palace and pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 28 August 1896

WHY OUR NERVES PLAY OUT. An Analysis of the Conditions which are Responsible for it. Wonderfully Good Results from the Famous Pink Pills--Brain Wear Checked-Testimony as tto Their Merits which Commands Attention. They are Richer Food for Blood and Nerves than Quantities of Beef and Bread. From the Eraminer The prevalent maladies of diminution of the vital powers, undue physical fatigue and mental exhaustion, are to-day engaging the careful attention of the most eminent pathologists. Their prevalence is ascribed, to poisoning through alcoholic drinks, opium tainted and adulterated foods, con taminated water, the viatiated atmosphere of towns, the continuous jar and rumble of rail road trains, the flashing of electric lights, the clangor of street cars, the jingling of telephone bells, the vertigo producing eflets of lofty buildings and swift elevators, the perpetual noises and shifting sights of city streets, all the constant activities, the simp lest of which involve an etlort of th...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 28 August 1896

THE PYTHIANS Large Crowds Attend the Session of the' Supreme Lodge at Cleveland. RECEPTIONS AND EXERCISES Short Abstract From the Report of Supreme Chancellor Walter E. Ritchie. CLEVELAND, Ohio, Aug. 24.-Hundreds of people are in town to attend the eighteenth blenniel session of the Su preme Lodge and national encampment of the Knights of Pythias. Receptions occupied the forenoon. This afternoon the troops aseembled in full uniforms in front of headquarters. Here the dedi oatory exerelees took place. Addressee of the centennial committee by William Day, director general of the commission Camp Perry Payne, by Mayor McKisson acceptance of the same by Major Gen eral Carnahan, and the raising of the camp flag, o-oupied the afternoon. This evening the supreme council, uniform rank, marched. The report of the o(licerE of the grand lodge shows a remarkable growth of the order. The following IE an abstract of the report of the supreme chancellor, Walter E. Ritehie. "I feel that in the light...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 28 August 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAIL!. W=tT One year........$.0 One year..5....1.100 On r m nth. 7 Three months. 75 Unless paid in advanoc the daily will invari ably be 75 centa pet month, and the weekly $2 Per yearh for lesta i six montthsand 20 aents per Advertisitg rates furnished on application. Tuxt 'loseuas !laves sil roy ,neiotor,a for ho-. hind to jCO lrouthon Advortisers nv.2 have Snt ceese to ite hook- 'at sny ti Nor, 8nhecribore dleirring Mohr addooes chancedt meet < 1d theirf,,ot'tree a woall s thie new aild o. this shotuld t r.un dherod. THE Tý'llHiUNE.: Gr~ l'ol', d nt. Thu, rota t ,id:uk inty hav: y t r i, rnr t for free i l \fr t 1: ,1;: the siv f of ' fut "or Brytn and t vi" Tf feet i Li fvural i . j t ort o the proc, Mr., of t`, c nw y en eltion. That tt u; Du sa... ra un~in I+ .turn! ticket wijo moet I ito the approval of the state cnocentoon to to be hoped. It iv the hoe rcbl'. licd consistent cnure' to puree. __ lioke Smith has "parted tacks" with Grov...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 28 August 1896

imaitgurdaV. August 22. 1. Ii Nieel arrived from (ascade FEil ii ,J~etin T. U. Woodo of Augusta ie in e city in Lusiness. G, 11. Mullery, school tecuhir it Cas d I, !c' ife are in the city. 'it-, holen Flitch er has goure to li it a tvral months' vicit. I. hR (H t Glarguw, (I :~ and V aley coitty, ii in I00 city. S \ 11r. and Mre. P. .vnc1 rn ! 'nrawl will leavo t:: ii, I thfit, i iPost, A' . I1., l,0 mm r '" i >ut Oct. 15. , , I. 1It leshoienl Ilnu ~ . I' a ^'I 1 jistrict attorney, l. vi!-iti p 1i r~ \tty. J. I. Lethe. Fi flue origin of which iH it nuuusuiJuu I the dwelling, near Cu:-muiI, If n I Ilulerts to the cxieii of abiui 11r, and Mrs. I E. lammond have re vell to Choteau, where Mr. lIstueond 9e ucepted the- principalship of the bblic uihoolJ. George Colby has purchased from the rthern Pacific Railway company 410 ies of land in the vicinity of the lth of hound creek, paying therefor "21url. The Misses Gruhor of West Huperior, ji., fire the guests of their I rothor, perinte...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 28 August 1896

IN THEl CT SKIlLLS Candidate and Mrs. Bryan Are Visit ors to the Famous Mountain Country. ENTHUSIASM ON THE ROUTE Crowds of People Gathered at All Points Where a Stop Was to Be Made. KINUSTON, N. Y., Aug. 21.-Mr. and Mre. Bryan were brought over the Hlud son from lIbineclitf to Kingeton Point this Jfternoon on a tug. Three or four hundred persons were at the landing, where the train was waiting to receive the passengers from the boat en route to the Catskills. This was the train for which Mr. and Mra. Bryan purchased tickets for Big Indian, on their way to Winnesock lodge, where they are to sper1 the right as guests of Major Iinki3y, chairman of the state demo eratic cormm~ittee. A rush was made for them by aniious and 'nthusiastic peo ple, and it seemed for a time that the two policemen were quite unable to con trol the crowd. lit Mr. and Mrs. Bryan were finally pushed int the parlor coach MIr. Brsan addreseod the citizens from the rear platform spwaking about five minutes. lie beg...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 28 August 1896

E DEMOCRATS Cascade County, in Convention Assembled, Nominate a Full Ticket. ON NOT ACCOMPLISHED her Wine the Nomination For the Shrievalty-Other Candi dates Named. he democratic county convention Bh W. G. Downing, chairman of the sty contral committee, called to or in Elks' hall at a few minutes past 'clock Saturday morning was the at and most representative in its kennel of all that have assembled in cade county. hairman Downing made a brief but ring speech that was heartily ap aded and then called for nominations temporary chairman. W. N. tcher of First Ward precinct nomi al Mr. I )owning and he was elected nimously by acclamation. or temporary secretary, J. C. Bundy iibbey nominated John W. Stanton tourth Ward precinct and he was ted unanimously by acclamation, emporary organization having been a etected, the convention promptly ,eeded to transact business. a motion of P. B. Gallagher of First rd precinct, the chair appointed a inittee on credentials, consisting of B. Gallagher,...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 28 August 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report RoyBakij¶ ...Po wd er ABSOMJTELY PURE if '.... j trotec rin * n iroll't b\Iout cm~r ,Ivfn11 , n' I " t .t 't" ' i * * . 5t ky at. '5f ., i . with a ' i . / rt 'a r 1" I oni'. ', 21 b,* aepubIic: ,vent;'n ',sss to an end tos ,s ,s rn , on .h asit h's pr iititsn f:1 ky A 'il's, .)5,itih of t ich r:H i/ h, f 5 h is,,ssi, ressrsshsr ,f ;Born.. 'asxst. tivs c:slssrs ttas, . alo . fl.i'?f js'i'A s of the Ru i,.rt of i al,, and others. 1 s r, s isa s'uie',' I the tinsanr.al -.1, Metrss ti's rs''ss of the 55555 r,, lutusr wass r'H prisret(d by this oiis'nttcses favoring Detroit as t place oi rrsting was adopted. i's' w ,ttirg Bus Traveling s5palen league t'i mflssbssrShip r* th s " t of republican (.I.0 ; wis rs' f: rr ',sssti avs cosmss ittss. To ',sissIru ittes rs nt anss desir * ''. Ill.'(, s.'s isa,itt':' s 'fl-s1 t s, 1 'squ'. ssrs an ',f!bi.s . ," its to . irry at (;anton. 'J 12 I ha i ss ssih'r ;1,'sit ' 'tI'':'j'r 'I 'an : ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 4 September 1896

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, Ir'I{lI)AY , SEPTEMBEIR 4, 1896. NUMIBER 34 RE FORFUSION ,anocratic State Convention Almost Unanimously Adopt the Report. PULISTS HAVE NOT ACTED is of Fusion as Agreed Upon by the Committees- Collins' Chances Good. ,al to TleB TItBUNE. IIsoOUL.A, Sept. 4, 12::30 a, m,-The ocratic state convention was a large onthusiastic gathering. George W. pleton of Butte was made permanent irman. There were no conteets for te. The resolutions simply follow the cago platform and emphasize the free age plank. After a lengthy confer e a committee to confer with u com tee from the populist convention ,mitted a report that had been agreed n, as follows: A ticket, to be known the democrat-populist ticket, is to hbe minated; the democrats are to name elector, the populists to name two; in event of a majority of votes ing polled by the populists, the eleet. Sare to vote for Watson for vien-prs nt, otherwise the three votes are to to Hbewall; f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 4 September 1896

MICHIGAN'S BENEFACTOR. AN OFTREPEATED STORY OF TRUE PHILANTHROPY What Chas. H. Hackley has Done for Western Michigan-How the only Cloud in the Life of an Honored Man was Brushed away by Science. .rom Grand Rapid., Mich.. Evenina Press. CHAS. 1[. HACKLEY. The most beautiful spot in Muske gfon is inseparably associated with the name of Hackley, and in all West ern Michigan there is not a name bet ter known, and among the studious and th' se interested in deeds of phil anthroi1y, this name is known and ad mired. Chas. Il. HIackley has been in the lumber business cuntinu,..usly since :18;6, and in that time has arnascsed a :,,rt : t, , which gives hi: i a. rating ,.tiir al the wealthy metn of the na G... iut with wealth t!, re did n t mie that tightren::g of le Iurs rings which is e. "nr ratl markcd lharacterietic of wealthy lr:. There is no prettier sioL iA the State 'han ITackl ,y Park in a s-, Iare 'ir :uund. . anI piercer] l y r te ne el.l mnha. :zing w ithi th,_ir whit ness the "re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 4 September 1896

NION VETERANS paul Feat Filling Up With Dele. gates to the Grand Army Eneampment. 0 BRILLIANT RECEPTIONS tive Canvassing for Commander-in. Chief and Next Place of Meeting. ST. PAUL, Aug. 31.-With each recur B year the number of veterans of the rof the rebellion grows less, but the age of the years does not dim the llections of those days when they et to the reenue of their country, and y annually love to gather and renew eir acquaintance and again recall in ents of those exciting days. So while e annual encampments bring together mailer number of marching veterans d an increasing army of those who at watch the parade of their comrades m the chairs placed for them along line of march, the interest taken in se events does not in any way decline the wave of patriotism that accom ese the old veterans gives a whole. e lesson to the younger generation o have grown up since the days en these old men, once young, be me heroes,. The number of visitors me in nowise reduced from most of e prev...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 4 September 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. WfEKLY. One year..........$,00 ine year..........$1.50 L.x months........ 4.w00 8i months....... 1.00 One month....... .15 Three months..... .I7 THE THIHUNE. Grest Falls,. Mont. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For 'ronsadont- WILLIAM J. IIItYAN, Nebraska. For Vico I'.,ident .tI'clist NEWALi. .laint. ODEMUOaATIC COUNTY TICKET. • : L', ,, i . . l J. SllN ii. J. ,,1 . E T. . i. ,f thel l' o,(,e t , iT i lownlhip . OI. FAIIELL. S.r .ti .-f the 1'eac, I1,l! Townl.iip . FITL(iEltALl), PILLIAM MACQUEEN. Ftr , Lite (, , ret t Falls Township F. N. HAL.)WIN, J.. T. JENNINI . F-,r ( tnh tift, 1o01l Tow l whip i WILLIAM M1ENEFEL. THIIOMAS ItlCHAtIDSON. FRIDAY. SEPT. 1, 1896. The reception given Senator Teller at Colorado Springs Monday night was what was to have been expected, but for all that it is interesting reading. It oimp!y giv's the lie to the industriously circulated stories that there is a large NMcKinley element in that etate. There ar,,, of c...

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