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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 25 September 1896

. GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. -- - - -- - --------- --- - ------ - YOLT fMI }XII. GREAT'1 FALLS~, MOLINTA'1NA, FRUIDAY V , EPTIl7IEV B 25G, 859F;. NUMBERI 37 ILL BRED WHELPS hinllies of Yale College Show Their Colors and Insult a City's Guest. CULTURE OF RICH MEN'S SONS }1hi of Students Prevent an Address by William J. Bryan in New Haven. T.Io R1, Conn, Sept 21 - -The most ienthusiastic reception of the day was that aceorded by the citizens of this place. When the trait rolled into the station, a number of carriages were it waiting. In these, Bryan and hic party were taken to Washiongton park near Ie heart of the city, where Bryan plole to a crowd of soveral thouesani. The tert ing war presided over by Judg; 1. ,1. h-ic.kwood of Bridgteirtt, After the -tv ch, lryan wee driven to 1 ', j indj; jutel, where Ii, partiok v- ia light luncheon. At 12P:, the party 1 ft for \'w Haven. Al"! i~ Nov,. 11:rt1,01 ilivo", C-on., hept 21"--1 l ' huInelre' 1 lents, aosi'J he the hai'I "f lire Fir't-...

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. — 25 September 1896

A WAR REMINISCENCE Scenes at Hatcher's Creek and Petersburg Recalled. John B. Scace Speaks to a Reporter of Stirring Scenes Escaped with a Slight Wound, but, Like Other Vet erans, Has Suffered Since-A Story that Reads Like a Page from History. rom th' Albany, N. Y., JournaL When one encounters In print the life story ft some scarred veteran of the civil war, a feeling of admiration and sympathy is the certain result. Accustomed though we are to tales of heroism and etotering in everyday life, there Is something peculiarly attractive about these old war records serving, as they do, as asacred pnssport to the heart of every true American. Thousands found their rest on the field of carnage or in the hospital, but their comrades, when the struggle was over and the victory won, returned to their homes and began anew the battle of life. John B. Scace, the widely known contrac. tor and building mover of Albany N. Y has had an unusually interesting fife, anti when seen by a reporter recentl...

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. — 25 September 1896

AN OUTPOUMNG The City of Brotherly Love Breaks the Record of Politicel Receptions IN HONOR OF CANDIDATE BRYAN An Experience That Will Ile Long Remembered by All Who Participated. PHILADci.EITA, Sept. 22.-Bryan wee greeted in Philadelphia tonight by a crowd Whlch, according to police or other authorities, exceeded any outpour ing of the people on a similar occasion in the history of the city. Ile spoke at the Academy of Music, which has a seating capacity of about 3,000. Every available Inch of space in the house and on the stage was occupied two hours before Bryan arrived, and experts estimated the audience at fully 6,000. Gathered in the street outside of the Academy were fully 35,000 people, who stood patiently until 10:30 p. m., hoping so see or boar the candidate. The crush was something awful. Many who succeeded in getting inside the Academy had their clothing almost torn from them. Many cases of more or less severe injury were reported, one man with broken arm being taken to t...

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. — 25 September 1896

SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. WNLLY. One year.... ..7.00 One year.5.....1.50 SiI months.... 4.00 S ixi months.....1.00 One month....... .7 Three months.....5 Unleds paid in advance the daily will invari ably be 75 cents per month, and the weekly 52 per year, sid for eix months and 20 cente per month for lees than -ix months. Advertising rates furnished on application. Tae Toontral leaves all competitors far be hind in circulation. Advertisers may have sc.. ceeu to its booke at any time, Subscribers desiring their address changed moat scud their form cr address us well as the new address; this shoold be romembered. THE TRIIUNE. treat Falls. Mont. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For l'rcaidsnt WILLIAM J. BRYAN, For Vice President ARtTHURt SEWALL. DEMOCRATIC-POPULIST STATE TICKET, For l'residential Electors MARTIN MOAIINNIS, H. L. FRANK, DANIEL !IIOWN. For G Tovernor TOlEli B. O MITH. For Lieutenant (ivernor A. W. SPHIDLiiS. For Aeeociute Justice IIIAEIt. BJUCK. For Attorney Generalt T'. t. N...

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. — 25 September 1896

OF TilE WEEK ' Saturday. Sept. 19. win C. Young and bride returned c rdlry from Helena. a e Fergus county fair has been post d until Sept. 22, 23, and 21. lius lllrehberg, a leading merchant w hitrau, came in yesterday after- a ut L. J. Fleming and bride re id yesterday front tre Yellowstone eel park. ers 5ulgrove of Choteau, county tirs of Teton county, is in the city it ofiesoional business. trrney J. G. Bair of Choteau ar S-esterday, to attend to citno busi ii the district court. v. 1 K. Baird, D. 1), of Ih-lena tl recoil in the First Presbyterial it cli tomorrow morning cud evening. lit dinner at the Grrand Central a g room front 0 to 7:30 for 35 cents rich from 12 to 1:30. Board ry icck, Mrs. Carrie Farlrr, proprietress. re. William Askew, two daughtersr two children of Fred W. Wright's, i-ri here fronr Neehe, N. I,, this ing. They will make thoir home in t Fulls hereafter, V. .Unrk returned yeotorde fruiri ir to St. Paul nait Chicago. lii Iir, Mrs. John C. Turk, formrrri of in...

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. — 25 September 1896

FIRE ANDBLO The L. nlville Miner' Strike Ends in l ilt and llestruetion of Property. CORONADO MINE IS BLOWN UP Night of horror and Excitement in the (reat Mountain Mining Camp. Los iv I i.Li, Sept. 21. -The great min ers' strike that has been in progress for three montha has finally culminated in bloodshed and destruction. This morn ing at an early hour tbe Coronado and Emmett mines were attacked by un known parties and with the use of dyna mite the shaft house and other buildings of the former were soon in flames and totally destroyed. During the progress of the tire a battle ensued between the attacking party and the men employed in the mine. The utmost excitement prevailed, the militia and fire depart rments were called out, and hundreds of armed citizens responded to the alarm. For a time the firemen were not allowed to work by the rioters, and when they finally got into service it was too late to sare the mining property and they had to turn their attention to adjoining prop. e...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 25 September 1896

[EBANERIS DEN1OUNC[O leos Donovan Denies the Slanderous Charges .Made Against His Motives. Will Give the Fusion His Hearty Support-Pertinent Advice to the Leader. ames Donovan Saturday called at a TEIUUNE office, to call attention to tain lying statements printed in the ning paper concerning himself. In eir frantic fear over the proapect of ing the official pap, on which they have long fattened, the Leader has been ing to prejudice the public against re 13. Leslie and the ticket which he ads, and incidentally make a number false statementa concerning Mr. Don an's acts and outives, Mr. Donovan eats these assertions in vigorous style. e. said: The statements made in the Leader the effect that I refused to resign the puliet nomination for judge unless I as allowed to name the county attur y on the fusion ticket, and that I was ill terms with II. It. Ewing, the popu Ft nominee for that place, are unquali edly false. I had nothing to do with awing the county attorney and ate not or never...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 25 September 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power..-Latest U. S. Gov't Report DAOaWBaking 11' -Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE AIONC HIENIS 1I1i t )? aI I)vi mi, ), 1 at ion IIi 'V 11 , PI I I, If l n I ist Night. A 4NIFICANT GATHERING . " bIIi m . Tw 1 t I at A ! 1 e \ 1,tIc (a I t!.: 11u' : odc :train Ir ir tour H ' t- ir. i nc'br4 1 L. Ib.ir, '.~ 1. urgt Htvtvalerr , 1 ., , ' 'i l j. , Du r, 11ur t n I. l it wal1 it 1.:.tr. \It New I. .f I e ' ' aifll Iii, If I a 4 1 1 I. ',01 * vt; ii S a i T-n , Ti * , lit ' 'ari it t lr it at I t I . I r .rttn. A '''a'" }r ' f 'rV , " 1, I-1 ".., 't, ;a tab "t!etur) A 1 ~ s i.'at vi 'I TIM T THrour.y p * i.3 iiit' l ti ibt 1ioh.J finN ..,Ui.ii r 't . ' N hir'ir g .rin * :.r. t ('' ~i g latforu. j I t I n , "b 1 I, ;tnrd id cy * 1 ; .sv i i' -ri dIl Ni, 1 a :1 Iu I .. o t o* Itt i l * ,. *, v t v *. ' ;1 ,I, AI p, ii , 1 ,, r in wi I Vus 1' 1 s ,. 331( "to- ;.r, II.:u ng a ..... u. IIt ranw k In the" irnter * t 1. vald ul1;nrdir,. (3'neriile . r., I .i 1 ;t! A .r ' a r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 2 October 1896

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , OCTOBER; 2, 1896 NUMBER 8 O E XI. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY', O(",I( BE)ii 2, 1896. NUMBIER 38 .. ..... .... . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ANGRY ELEMENTS Terrible Rain and Wind Storms Cre ate Havoc in Many Different Places. LOSS OF LIFE CONSIDERABLE Damnage to Properlty Cannot Yet lie Fairly Estiimatel,, but is Immense. MiPsinis, Tenn., Sept. 30.-A special to the Commercial-Appeal from Jack sonville, Fla., says: "It is a conservative estimate to say that 50 people have lost their lives from yesterday's hurricane and the number may run much higher. News from that portion of the state where the storm first struck is very elow in coming, for the wires are down and railroads areimpassable. Wrecking par ties which went out this morning have not returned and it will be tomorrow be fore the extent of damage is known. The hurricane struck Florida at Cedar Keys, nd reports show that it passed...

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

BOSTON COMMON Was thle Scene of the Greatest Polit ical Denltlstilation of the Year. SEVENTY THOUSAND PERSONS Greet Candidate W. J. Bryan and Treat Him to a Whirlwind of a Reception. BOSTON, Sept. 25.-The audience which greeted Bryan on Boston Common was the largest which he has faced since he started on his tour through the "ene my's country." No estimate placed the number of people at less than 60,000, while many placed it as high as 70,000. Bryan had addressed a big crowd at Worcester at 3:30 o'clock. One element of discord was visible there, but Bryan did not seem to notice it. It was a big red flag with Bryan's picture upon it, hung on William H. Burns' underwear factory at the rear of the speaker's stand. Beside it hung an American flag with Major McKinley's picture upon it. Immediately after the Worcester speech Bryan estarted for this city. Bryan, his party and committee were half an hour late and the crowd had become very im patient. Candidate Bryan, with hierun ning mate, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 2 October 1896

BRYAN'S MOVES Democratic Candidate Bids Farewell to New England and Goes to New York. THEN TO THE JERSEY SIDE Expresses His Opinion Concerning the Burning of That Under. wear Factory. NEw Yona, Sept. 28.-William Jen nings Bryan arrived at the hotel Bart holdi at5:02 this afternoon. He was ac companied by a committee from Tam many ball, who had gone to Bridgeport, Conn., to meet him. About 200 persons cheered him at the hotel entrance and he tipped his hat and smiled in recognition. Bryan was evidently nure ing his throat, as his collar was turned up tightly. He went direct to his room and there, later, dinner was served. Bryan's attention was today called to the burning of the Burns' factory at Worcester, Mass., and to the sug gestion contained in the dispatches that the building may have been set on fire by someone who felt indignant at the action of Burns last Friday in permitting the hanging out of a red flag with Bryan's picture on it. Bryan said: "There's nothing that I care to...

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

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAIL. WUsLY. Seer..........$7.00 On . ..........S,.l month........ 4.00 [1 months....... 1.0i ne month........ .75 Three months...... .7 Unle psid in advance the daily will invarl ably he 75 cents per month, and the weekly $ pe ler, 81 for six month and 10 Dents pe TAdvertlisn retee furnmished on applioation. Ti. TaRauaN leave alsl competitors far be hind in clroulation. Advertisers may have so. case to its books st any time, Subcribers deslrinr their sddrsse changed most send their former eddress as well as the mew addrees; this should be remembered. THE THIBUNE. Great Falls. Mont NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President WILLIAM J. BRYAN, For Vice Preeldent ARTHUR SEWALL. DEMOCRATIC-POPULIST STATE TICKET. For Presidential Eleotors MABTIN MAGINNIS, H. L. FRANK, DANIEL BROWN. For Governor ROBERT B. SMITH. For Lieutenant Governor A. E. SPBIGGS. For Associate Justice HORACE R. BUCK. For Attorney General C. B. NOLAN, For State Treasurer T. E. COLL...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 2 October 1896

OF THE EEK Saturday. Sept. s6. O. W. McConnell of Helena ar e.terday afternoon. Clark of Helena, manager of the ater Mining company of Neibart, e city. Hatheway of Missoula, repre the Big Blackfoot Milling corn e in the city. Luke Currie and daughter re yesterday morning, after a three visit in dan Francisco. MoClelland, who has been con hie home for several days by ill us able to sit up yesterday. arriage license was issued yester Andro Veselunak and Mrs. Anna heck, both Austrians of Belt. hluan A. F. Johnson and family turned after a several weeks' visit elatives at their former home, ooster, O. F. HI. Gwynne, D. D., left yester rning to attend the Presbyterian of Montana, which convened at ada yesterday. erree & Lowry shipped a train cattle from Baltic yesterday and ip another from the same place The Mariase roundup will for carloads from Galata today. Weston Fullerton, who has been g her mother, Mrs. Quesnelle of 'ixth avenue north, for several s, will leave Sunday morning f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 2 October 1896

THREE OF A KINU Georg' Fred William, Is Pretty Well Nominated for Governor of Massachusetts. RATHER EXCITING IN BOSTON Determined Silver Men Manage to Control Things in the Old Bay State. BosTON, Sept. 26.-Unique and pic turesque as have been scores of notable political contests in this city, none ap proached that which last night and to day wrought up the entire community to its wildest, pitch of excitement, and never has there been such an anomalous result as was shown at the close of the day, when three conventions, held in dif ferent sections of the city, named the same mun for the head of the ticket, and that man was George Fred Williams, for governor. The factional fight in the ranks of the hitherto united Maesachus etts democracy can be traced Iback to the Chicago convention last July, when, in the struggle between gold and silver, George Fred Williams and a few others boldly left the majority of the Massa chusetts delegation and voted for the free and unlimited coinage of si...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 2 October 1896

SCHOOL POPULATION iiber of School Age Is in xcess of Thirty-eight Hundred. very DIistrict Shows Some rease, Belt Ilaving the (reatest. r Supcrintendent Swan has re ole returns from every school the county except one, No. L diestrit, and he estimates the e ulation in that district at 22 the same number returned last o returns show an increase in 1 population of the county over -, or about 19 per cent. sue was taken, as provided by een Aug. 1 and Aug. 20; at that I very district, there were some out camping, or out of the visits, and the clerks are now supplemental lists. which will those who were then absent district in which they reside, h will increase the total slightly; increase will be offset by re hat Mr. Swan is now making, he hat some children are returned ietricts, their parents residing in ie they board and attend school er. The total, therefore, will be rem 3,883 and certainly not be ounty commissionerse, in their a general tax, allowed 4 mills for eral school fund. This, ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 2 October 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report RY" Powder AsseOUTELY PURE BRYAN MEN YELL Last Ni.ht at the (ireat Falls Opera louise. Where State ('ampaign Was Opened. IT WAS A RED-HOT MEETING Bob Snmith, E. A. Spriggs and Col. Nolan Speak on the (uIestions of the Ilonr. The opening meeting of the campaign in this city occurred last night in the Great Falls opera house, where an im mense meeting was addressed by the next governor of the state of Montana, lion. Robert Smith; Col. Nolan, candi date for attorney general, and Hon. A. E. Spriggs, candidate for lieutenant governor. While it is true that Montana has sent many of her best stump orators east to battle for the cause of silver, where the fight is hottest and the need is greatest, yet the democratic and populist parties in this state are not without plenty of oratorical ability left within the state limits, judging from the addresses at the opera house last night. It is true, per haps, that more enthusiasm greeted...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 9 October 1896

Mont Historical loode0O SGREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME X II. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, F If I ) A , O)(Y'TOIER, 9), 1806. NUM.BER 39 CRACKERSTATE Atkinson, Democrat, Elected Governor of Georgia by Over 36,000 Majority. CRISP BOOKED FOR SENATOR ti.preme Court. ,Judlloe Will in Fu tor' Bie I'lertd Iy the Pop ulsI Volta efi 01 eil , .i 1 il to midi night frtoml ao',.I I 1 0iy andt ayud Inl at 3;,1'2 . 'hi:. , i The r.o- Fal' upon ti.. . t fr , i ttifae cltis governor. ' ii't I5 i a' than that rad , ,.I r ;In It is not believed that thl' inightt have will materially alter this est .te of rm,, n legislature ii, ailost solidlyv in Civil in both branches, insuring muis ust the unanimous election of e ;ity thatoe Crisp to the senate to ;ucce, ,.A tion f Gordon. Two constitutionii talen ments were voted on and both w, were tied overwhelmingly. One is to pi ndu for an increase of the supreme court I mp three to six justices and to provide their election by the people, The othu, is to make th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 9 October 1896

A NERVE FOOD FOUND You Must Feed the Nerves, not Strain Them; Build Them up, not Stimulate Them; Coax Them, not Drive Them. Ordinary Foods do not Supply Sufficient or Proper Nourishment for Wasted Nerves-They Must be Carefully Treated on Scientific Principles. THE COASE OF A PARALYTIC WHOSE NEGiVES WERE SO NOURISHED THAT HE WAS CURED. From th'h· C'-, ,rr r"11,'', t ;i1, :iýýf,,+rtntn, Jf ch. Do yont Per tisse twot mte walking sp the street? one has a vigorousi, fir,, . ti step, his hecad well up, his eyes }lriglt--s, picture of a sound and pe'rfic't man. The other is bent, his knees weak aousl unst,'l, a listless air about his whole ntake-up. I He has the appearance of one who is lriker ti health and who has to whi I i,-lf to e .s' ry v task. The difference between these t wie s.,.u is a difference of nerve power. Willh tir,0 power comes energy, enterprise, .ree, vils-,r -all things which make existence esnj, vi able; withoult it the muscles c;anni t n:et, t'i brain cannot think. Ie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 9 October 1896

ONLY FOUR VOTES Florida Wheels Into the I)Democratic Columni by a Very Large Majority. WAS SIMPLY A STATE ELECTION luti It Shows Wlhere the People of the Little Peninsula Actually Stand. l'.NSACOIrA, F'la., Oct. ( -The general olo·-tion for state and county oilh:ea was held throughout Florida today. There tceru three tickets in the fiell for state otflcres-democratic, republican ;rind populist-and also for county onli.,rs in nearly Ill the counties. Thu gohl deme, crets eupported the democratic ticket and there is no doubt of its sut.cc.: by a large majmoity. In the election today, thie Australian ballot yestem was used fr the first time in this city. The r.' cult of the now system wae very ettirfa, tory. ilg Majortly. ,l...lo.N\om Ilm., Fla., Oct. ;. Midnight -.Scattering returns from all parts of the state show democratic majorities in every county, but they afford no basis for an estimate of BIloxham's plurality for governor. No comparison of pre cincts can be made with 1802, ina...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 9 October 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year..........7.00 One year..........$1.10 8Lx months........ 4.00 [li months....... 1.00 One month........ .75 Three months..... .75 Unless paid in advance the daily will invari ably be 715 ents per month, and the weekly $2 per year, t1 for six monlhb and 10 oenti per month for lees than six months. Advertising rates urnished on ad pplition. Tar TtIBtUN leaves all competitors tar be hind in ciroulation. Advertisers may have ac Oas to its books at any time. Sunbseribers desiring their address changed mont send their former address as well as the new address; this should be remembered. THE TIHBUNE. Ureat Falls. Mont. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Presidont WILLIAM J. IRY YN, For Vice prosidett ARTITUHUR EWALL. For llopresentative in (',,ngress CHAIR.IES . HARtMIAN. DEMOCRATIC-POPULIST STATE TICKET. For Presidential Electors- MAItTIN MAGINNIS, H. L. .IANK, DANIEL [BlOWN. For Governor RIOBElT B. SMJITiH. For Lioutenant (Governor A. E. SI'III...

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