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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 4 September 1896

Saturday, August 29. L. G. Phelps returned yesterday from a camping out trip, Postmaster Charlee Wegner will re turn this afternoon from a visit at Hel ena and Craig. The Misses Maud and Carrie Warner of Evans were in the city yesterday on a visit to friends. The case of W. S. Frary vs. Laura L. Stone was yesterday dismissed, settled, in the district court. R. A. Millegan and wife of Millegan ,'era in the city yesterday and register-d ,+t the Grand Central. Mr. and Mrs. I). V. l aticman rututni:d y~ieterday, after an outing ion thl Ielack 4,t and a visit in lIoloui. C. I. W aylaud of l1kl:., , ,:tcl;i, n pector, was in tli city yr3strdty ( eald ,,;i :l 'red at thIe (;tr d (' ',.l o ~ . J. hSt :iniur ..tUi( I ; ,:'.. 1!.i , l',lt,v.Lura: h 1, 1n vi iting .er tuosland, ;who , 'mpl yd, a til re.. t I'tre. d ag ] 1'natI f ( i i .'i l l I . t flI rotle rnc l y(,,t. t,, :y fvo-. I1..1, na, ,sl II li-m. I t C . ,! n ili ft il. ,,,.-fault ,.1. . , r . i,.ztercd igainet IC, dei;-f:,- 1.:I ,....

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 4 September 1896

FOREIGNGOSSIP Engl$sh Press Opinions on the Excit ing Events of the Very Recent Past. EDITORS DO NOT ALL AGREE Troubles in Constantinople, Zea.ibar Outbreaks and African Expedition. Copyrighted, 185, by the Associatel Press Loenos, Aug. 29.-Politically the last week has been the liveliest in a long time, the bombardment of the palace of the sultan of Zanzibar, rioting in and about Constantinople, the settlement of the trouble. in Rhodesia, the beginning of the czar's tour of European capitals, and the advance of the British expedi tion up the Nile having provided col umns of interesting news daily. The Zanzibar bombardment and the Constantinople massacres came like a couple of tornadoes. The British press is unanimous in expressing the opinion that the attack upon the Ottoman bank has done immeasurable harm to the Ar menian cause, and news of fresh masse cresof Armenians in the provinces as re prisals is hourly expected. The liberal newspapers, however, express the grayv eat doubts ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 4 September 1896

HIS BODY BURNED TO ASHES A Iolt of Lightning Kills Joseph C. Mitchell and Consumes fim and His Wagon. Only a Few Bones and Ironwork of the Wagon Left to Tell the Story. .1 special dispatch received by Tl.e Tai.INE and published in Friday's isear, told of the discovery of a man and the remaine of a team loaded with poles on the Iticeville road, about eight miler from this place, the wagon anld load burned up and the man and horses killed, apparently by lightning. Deputy Coroner Fitzgerald and a party at once started out to inves tigate the matter with the man who Irought the news to town. The party returned Friday to Belt, where an in quest was held over the remains. The story developed at the inquest is a etrang' one. When the party reached the place described they found little but a pile of ashes and three dead horses, partially burned and roasted. Among the ashes were the Iones of a man partially consumed. The wagon was completely burned up, nothing bo ing left but the iron work. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 4 September 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report ...iftPowder A[s4pa1rakwg uss ABSWTKIV c P, IUng~ SILVER'S CAUSE Bryan Continues to Wake Enthusiasm in McKinley's State, Notwith standing Hoarseness. WISCONSIN SILVER MEN FUSE The Silver Sentiment Is Gaiining Ground in Every Portion of the Country. TOL;DO, Sept. 2.-William J. Bryan today demonstrated again that it made no difference whether his voice was hoarse or not by making more speeches than he has for several days. He made long speeches at Springfield, Kenton, and Findlay, and tonight made two more in this city. The party left Col umbus at 8:15 o'clock this morning and arrived at Springfield at 10:30, where the nominee made a 20 minutes' talk. The next stop was at Kenton, where Bryan addressed 6,000 citizens of that county. An address was made in the park of the little city and was well re cdived. Wisconsin Perfects Fusion. MI1LWAUKEE. Sept. 2.-A plan of fusion was agreed upon by the state organiza tions of the democ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 11 September 1896

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 11, 1896. NUMBER 34 MESS AT HELENA McKinley Men Get the Best of li at the Republican State Con. vention. THE TICKET AS NOMINATEU Twelve of the Cascade Delegation Disobey the Instructions Given Them. E peoIal to 'TbeTribane. CoNveNTION HALL, HELENA, Sept. 9. The republican state convention which met here today was largely attended, and war at times the scene of great ex citement. The convention was called to order at noon by Senator Mantle, chair. man of the state committee, who spoke at length, outlining his and Hartman's position upon the Dingley bill. Hie speech was greeted with considerable applause and occasionally hisses. It ie considered an emphatic reply to Senator Carter's letter and won many friends for the Butte senator among the McKinley contingent. The ailver men won the firet victory in the convention. After about two and a half hours' debate and coneiderable wrangling over parliamentary ru...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 11 September 1896

A Broad Minded Divine. 3VERYONE IN SYRACUSE KNOWS REV. S. R. CALTHROP. £ Ueholarly, Chrisdan Man and a Be. loved Pastor, Who Believes In WaatginS the Body as Well as the Mind. BER. DR. CALTISROP, SYRACUSE, N. Y. The Twenty-ninth day of April is a no. table day in the history of the May Memor. ta1 Church in Syracuse, as it is the anni tersary of the installation of the Rev. Samuel R. Calthrop, D. D.t the eminent divine who so long has ministered to them spiritually as pastor of the Church. Dr. Calthrop was born in England and received his preparatory scholastic training at St. Paul's School, London. Entering Trinity College, Cambridge, he soon heamne a bright figure in that brtiliant coterie of scholars, literary men and wits that fellowed in the traditions of Macaulay and his assori atesat the university. In the middle of the century he visited Syracuse and received his first impressions of the young city that nearlya score of years later he was to choose as his home ani in which hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 11 September 1896

TRAITOROUS TOM ,,ator Carter Announces That lie Will support the McKinley and Hobart Ticket. VERY THIN ALLEGED REASON upid Attempt to Veneer iHise reach ely to the Cause of Free Coinage. ;r riNA, Sept. b.- I nited State, Kerr ,,ta Cartor, who is in t1e " eat an-I can o attend, haa writtun a letter to the ro Lhr:an ttato conventito which ritnet r errow, r-eplainirg the adct mi of I and the other mr-Ite-n f the Ml- lici delegation to the hIt. L ,o n in renmjrrm n ; tig mr r,! ti ,, the ubenparty (if tln, einto to accept t the dr -laration in fmr-n r of ter 'die of ii:r by int;rn-it mieal 1+ I' 1 11 l ' I tiiliI 1 I ' !ittIi to ti l* w, IL 1 "A"re aro, .ll''w ea t' * ty I do not hby iuin nn Y;... \ . ie ,InI "rv with fr the" ir , lit nit if' l lt ni'n coitlge fuuplr Aiw i ~' r ho ,i 1 't ii `rattly st" abli-,h 0~ ,anii Iut' n .,Id, by tint governmernt. .A f ta trade p lliey will rei nter the it u '!ihe ii t titity iii talli n tit utter ti T Ftl'mpt to se:cun fre o g o 'r'or tiutiot Iii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 11 September 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Presldent WILLIAM J. BRYAN, For Vice President ARTHUR SUWALL. DEMOCRATIC-POPULIST STATE TICKET. For Governor ROBERT B. SMITH. For Lieutenant Governor A. E. SPRIGGS. For Associate Justice HORACE It. BUCK. For Attorney General C. B. NOLAN. For State Treasurer T. E. COLLINS. For State Auditor W. POINDEXTEB. JR. iNC Sacretary of State T. 5. HOGAN. lor School Superiatendent A. E. CARLTON. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. Nor District Judge J. B. LESLIE. For Clerk of the District Court C. D. WILT. For Rspresentatives T. I. BRADY, J. C. BUNDY. Z. N. CARROLL. W. H. COCERILL. G. H. STANTON For Treasurer W. H. GELrTHORPE. For Sherifl P. B. GALLAGHER. For Attorney M. M. LYTER. lot Clerk and Reoorder E. T. MARTIN. For Commlessoners J. J. PATTERSON. A. G. HAY. HENRY WALCH. For Assesor WILLIAM BIRKENBUEL. For Auditor W. G. ALLIN. For Superintendent of Schools MISS INA CRAVEN. For Surveyor M. S. PARKER. For Administrator H. J. SKINNER. For Coronar J. A. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 11 September 1896

EWS OF THE VEEK Saturday. Sept. 5. Lewis Sanders, a prominent rancher of rely, is in the city. Myron McDaniel, a well known rancher f Cscade, is in the city. J. E. Sheridan, editor of the Belt Val. y Times, is in Great Falls. C. F. Stork, populist candidate for the gislature, is in from his ranch near Red utte. B. Leroy Powers of Fort Benton, unty attorney of Choteau county, is in e city. H. Burmeister, a well known sheep weer of Cascade, is in Great Falls on usinese. C. A. Boyden, representing the Chi o, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway, is the city. W. H. Twohy, manager of the Rocky ountain Telegranh Co.'s office at Son Iver, Is in Great Falls. Judge Benton yesterday admitted to tizenship in the United States Robert akes, a notave of Canada. H. J. Skinner will leave the first of it week for a three weeks' business p to Grand Rapids and Chicago. Rev. A. K. Baird, D. D., of Helena, nodical missionary of the Preebyterian urch in Montana, is in Great Falls. P. C. Kittle of Belt, manag...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 11 September 1896

THYALL CHEER Iili~ J. Bran the '.ieuz ( mndi II~ti3 %nmim IN THE CREAM AND BEER CITY W IM oi~ltPIiaMtie hI~rowtgI'e (int ."- I [iF ;, - cr ting III c`. "1 t ar tii .oiiig, ii siF: I y ': .1 ''an, so fllt lii aý ! i ,n l con t~r'it ' ilr~u:b ll F IF .t i : , F , u' 'itit , id r, . 'i , \ ( t. ri I., IL i :; a ,' vrt 3,i1 tonighrtoi .., t, ",' I; r i anu for * .: ', Y.a, t e, iT tat rttator 11.I ts of N'bm~kali :; r. ti epeakers ! u. I a bout s UU)/ Hr~t . \. pr( * sided 'Ij at r. I, jiair irat n I'.' pt. I rifly, piof ' , t, : I I oingt of l l u .r ~an l tng- ,' h . tr lirlY to tn u ar .1' . ' r I o ,- re 'ti.t" for bt -e ff ti~ r the reigpubri 0 rai p racticll t' Gohr,; ecau', whrlt e Ipt ' I rtI 2 s a w tr out' fort the opnat~ ii. '''n' r r .r i pott aI * ia I i,"'ni ts y ti S '"ci.p n 1H d t t gr tcd y of all r'' fianizat uri1- or~ al -Irmot of la-ie :ir1' u' yiut 2v* ;e:> "triP' fit bat tr wia"r/' nt aborter aoutr at any port '7 tr LUnitld ingao'l'r raA intihtmcaIly 2'' rt oti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 11 September 1896

EPUBLICANS s ade County, in Convention As sernbled, Nominate a Comr plete Ticket. RSE CHARLES S. HARTMAN They Elect Several McKinley J~elegaten to the State Con vention. games to the republican county lion, which wee called to leet in trict court root at 10 o'clock Sat - ninring, were slow in assue liing he night's seances, and it was 30 H later than the appointed hour Iouglas Martin, chairman of the central commuittee, callod the tion to order and rcad the call. J. Lowry of Belt, nominated for rary chairman, was unanimously , Louis C. Pholps of Fourth who was nominated, having dc For temporary secretary, (0o. lry of Cascado was unanimously Il. M. Elliott of F'irnt Ward declined. rredeltials, the chair appointed lowing committee: ). F. Smith, ch; W. A. Webster, First \Vanul; . Caatner, BeIt; (Gcorgo 11. Mul aecado; and Gcorgu A. Chichester, permanent organization the chair ltd the following committee: A. bobny, Sun liver; W. S. Frary, h Ward; Charles Lochray, Saul II. F. Mortag, Cas...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 11 September 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report Am*OW wder ABssesarraMst, u BRYAN ACCEPTS His Formal Letter to the Notification Committee Has Been Made Public. ENTIRE PLATFORM INDORSED People of This Country Sitting as a High Court Must Render Judgment. LINCOLN, Sept. 9.-Hon. W. J. Bryan, in his letter accepting the democratic nomination, announces his "fixed deter mination not under any circumstances to be a candidate for re-election" In case he is elected in November. He unquali fiedly indorses each plank of the demo cratic platform. In conclusion, he says: "Tremendous results will follow the ac tion taken by the United States on the money question and delay is impossible. The people of this country, sitting as a high court, must render judgment in the cause which greed is presenting against humanity. The decision will either give hope and inspiration to those who toil or shut the doors of mercy on man kind. "In the presence of this overwhelming issue differences upon ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 18 September 1896

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , SEPTEMBER 1I, 1896. yNUMBER 36 OID FOR BRYAN he New York State Democratic Con vention Goes on Record for the Chicago LATFORM AND CANDIDATES Language That Cannot Be Mis noderstood-Senator Hill Will Not Talk. Btrrr.u\o, N. Y., Sept. 17.-The dem ratic state convention reassembled this orning, and after some preliminary sinesa the report of the committee resolutions was read. The first plank as follows: "The democratic party of the state of w York, in convention assembled, un ervedly indorse the platform adopted the democratic party in the national nvcntion at Chicago July 7, 1890, and rdially approves the nominations there ade. It pledges William J. Bryan and rthur Sewall its hearty and active sup. rt, and declares it is its deliberate dgment that never in the history of e democratic party has a platform been ritten which embodied more complete the interests of the whole people, as stinguished from those whose legis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 18 September 1896

PEOPLE'S CHOICE William J. Bryan Has Started on Hisl Tour Through the South and East. PROGRAM FOR THE JOURNEY The Citizens of Lincoln Gave the Candidate an Appropriate Send Off. LIcor.N, Sept. 11.-The silver clubs of this city, headed by a brass [band, es corted William Jennings Bryanjtto the depot this evening, where a large crowd had gathered to say good-bye to the nom inee. Bryan started on his campaigning trip through the south and east at- 1 tonight, taking the Missouri Pacific train for Kansas City. There will [be] demon strations along the route, amongi which will be those at Nebraska City and Union. At the first mentioned: place, it is expected a large crowd will meet and listen to Bryan, a stop of 20 minutes having been arranged for. The party will arrive in Kansas City tomorrow morning at 11:15 and Bryan will address the citizens of that city at 9 o'clock. At ':43 he will continue on his trip to St. Louis, making short speeches from the platform of the car all along the ro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 18 September 1896

OLD KENTUCKY idate Bryan Receives a Genuine Enthusiastic Southern Wel come. WISE IN HOOSIERDOM peaks to Fifty Thousand Peo pie at Three Meetings in Louisville. VNT VERNON, Ind., Sept. 14. t Vernon was the first stop made lana by the Bryan party, and at lace the candidate adtdressed from to 5,000 people. In Evansvllie. .NSVILTE, Ind., Sept. 14.--In the square of Evansville Bryan ad ad 8,000 people for 20 minutes to Will Do So Later. .NsvILL, Ind., Sept. 14.-William ban today denied the story that he speak from the steps of the na capitolat Washington. He said he heard of such a rumor, and legraphed the committee in charge meeting that to do so would not accord with his wishes. At Henderson. UISVIL.E, Sept. 14.-The advent of ryan party into Kentucky was en astic in the extreme. The people endereon, numbering 10,000, and V half as many more from the sur ling towns turned out. Thestreets blocked from the depot to the erected in the public square, where usee of humanity was gathered. i m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 18 September 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. It I'n. h! nt- tVII..IAnI .1. IItYAN, r.C.. P .. .UPULIST STATE TICKET. L . ? H h·: ,· I ;i. H.UAN. t", r .. , I rint n, t, nt A. A. ('AILETON. OEMOCRATIC-POPULIST COUNTY TICKET. For l l-trt't Indao J. B1. LESLIE. For (i 'r1 0 ,f the I)itrict (our' t!. ,. MHoLM ES. For . clt'. tltativ!' ANTHONY N310HTON. F . F. TAllih, r. t. CAlIIIOIL. (tEOt IaE O'MAI ,.irY II. SlAN] ON, WV. H. (;'ILSTIOlI'E.. SJ. i )ONLI.N. For A".,',. - rA. 31, 1 h ". M. H1ardEr: F, r ,.:, :-: r ]lt oe or,.r L. M. 11.I ONN L.L],., For (',., 1. i locn r, - .1. J. PAT'TEISON, i S. . EBIClKSON, I. P. SlNAIIl. ,,r A -~r WILLIAM BIIIKENBUEL. For Au ltor - 1:0I3HE1: E. ENDIIY. For Superintendout of Schools .1185 INA CHAVEN. For Survrwor M. S. PAIIIiEII For Adrlnirtrator 1i. J. SKINNEI'. For Caor,, nr - C. A. BIRADY For Jcrticoe of the Peace, Great Falle Township If. S. (IOiEENE, P. II. HUGItES. For J otic..es of the Peace, Bolt 'Townhip- J. P. FITZGEII&lA), WILLIAM MA('...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 18 September 1896

NEWS OF i WEEK Saturdav, Sept. 12. Ed D-,ugherty is in from uelt. Mr. and Mrm. Felix Armstrorng have returned from Cora. E. K. Abbott, editor of the Neihart lIlorald, is in the city. Peter Winne, the IHlena ieuarance cgiiut, Urrived yesterday morning. .1, 1, lH iwer of Stanford iii in t., city, uii route to hi: h-mo from Ih,ý- oil.l.ly convention. Mrs. W, W , ibbe of Sit LulC (i+y i visiting her jseter, Mrr.. 1, 1: I) viii. . ',(0 EI 'lghtlh anue i+outh Alrc. 1. T. Moonll retlur: i yeitciL;,y aiorninl , after a ei-it will, relative .: t her former home, l'lortc, V, hl.l.Easterlrorik of St. Iaul , tra ,,li-i g juditor of the iGreat Nirthirrn railway, arrived in thei city yesterday m1,rnitiig. The family of leov. () W. Mintzer, the now pastor of the I'ret Methodist Epis copal church, arrived yesterday from Kalispell. George 1. Smith, J. G. hair and J. A. Moulton of ('hoteau are in the city, en route from Helena, where they partici pated in the gold convention. W. L, Turner came in fro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 18 September 1896

THE REASON VHY William J. Bryan Was Nominated by the Populist Party for President. THE LETTER OF NOTIFICATION Free Coinag of Silver is the Great Issue and Is So Recog nized by All. MADISON, Neb., Sept. 14,-Hon. W. V. Allen, chairman of the populist national committee, mailed to W. J. Bryan today the following letter, officially notifying him of his nomination by that party: "To Hon. William J. Bryan, Lincoln, Neb.-Dear Sir: At a convention of the people's party held at St. Louis from June 22 to 25 of the current year, you were unanimously nominated for presi dent of the United States to be voted for at the approaching general election. It was known at the time that you had been nominated by the democratic party at the Chicago convention, held a few days before that time, and that you would in all probability accept the same in formal manner. Your nomination by the people's party was not, therefore, made with any thought that you were a populist or that you accepted all the doctrines...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 18 September 1896

HE CONSTITUENTS BETRAYED leven Delegates to the State Con vention Refuse to Vote for Hartman. nstructions of the Cascade County Convention Disregarded-The Roll of Honor. Mlost of the delegates to the republican tate convention at Helena returned yee riday and from them some interesting its of history, anent Cascade county's elegation and their part in the conven. ion, is learned. It is stated that the ollowing names constitute the roll of onor and comprise those who were true o silver all the way through. The list heuld be cut out and pasted in the po itical scrapbooks for future reference, e it is well to know who the friends of the white metal were when the test came. Here are the names: Ransom Cooper, D. J. Tallant, W. J. Winters, Dr. E. A. Crain, W. S. Frary, J. A. Largent, M. L. Bridgeman, C. M. Webster, and W. R. Dwyer, Great Falls; D. F. Smith, Monarch; John Gallagher, Sand Coulee; John K.Caetner,E.J.Lowry, Belt; J. H. Locke, Field. These men walked out with the silver proces...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 18 September 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-,Latest U. S Govt Report e owdeURE TWO BIG STATES Fusion on the Electoral Ticket Is Assured in New York and Illinois. DEMOCRATS AND POPULISTS Empire State Democrats Indorse the Chicago Platform Unre servedly. BUFFALO, Sept.1 G.-The platform of the democratic party in this state, as drafted tonight, will have as its first proposition this statement: "The demo crate of the state of New York, in con vention assembled, do hereby unreserv edly indorse and approve the platform adopted by the national convention of Chicago; and we do hereby unani mously approve the nominees of the said convention, William Jennings Bryan and Arthur Sewall, and pledge them our earnest support." Probable Ticket. BUFFALO, Sept. 16.-The complexion of the first day's session of the demo cratic state convention has not disturbed, in any great measure, the forecast that has been prepared. The conditions to night, however, are interesting, because of the internal fights, which, wh...

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