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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 9 October 1896

VS OF THE WEEK Saturday. Oct. 3. notable Harvey D. Hall of Cascade the city. Burrell came in yesterday from 1 Coulee. C. Poole, the hoeepman of Stan is in Great Falls. re. Nat Collins of Choteau, the so d *,cattle queen of Montana," is In t Falls. v. '. W. Van Oredel has gone to 3a county to till quarterly meeting intnltmte. F'. Weiruscary, the Chicago corn ial traveler, arrived yesterdHay. fter raI ionths' absencen. r. ad iMrs. H. R. Dunlop, frmerly uiluata, but whot, hione is n.w atl Angeleue, Cal., are in the city. r . . Hlawlkint returned yeter jurning, after a montlh' visit in tH, Miun., her former hbti. ipt ,. i. 1.V Wehi of Ironwnid, M ich.. unert in the iron region i of Norllh ric higan, is in thi city fr a few our 0ases of diphtheria are riportei u Ililt. It was just one year iugo ertay that the epidemic bihius out in county. I' omas Wheeler was in vye.:erdai r Sand Coulee. Mr. Wheeler still s a crutch, but has about rcoIe,,id , his recent illness. S'. W. ishop of Sand Coul...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 9 October 1896

IT IS ADMITTED The N. w Yoi: Worlk or Virtually Con etles the Election of Bryan and Sewal l. HOW IT FIGURES THE STATES How iu'lliou orIIQ Will A.ccmiplish SiCer':s Triumph N ext Nove r.llll . Irom o, ot of the snokeo of the can paign t' New 1 orik W., i, indisputabl a ,1cIl\,.vy Ipper, i;a.. lis,:,rned a ra of I :Ian ur- hinem . It is oI:, willing t conce.ih that the ,le-..lion is in eeriou Joulhe. an I t t. t..iaelt s ore in favo of t;e L:..i .e , Sewal ticket. Th WI.rl i :., of Ito mnot hitter of thb an!i fr,,. ,iua e paper :. it it is equalli oppc,' t .:: 'e overshmad(vowig power o the trust ;.:.! combined ;i- representec ,y :ii';,y. 1o the editorial columnn of I. i~ssur f the' Wold .Lich reachec Gr,.tt "Fa'ii },:stcrday, we hind the fol lowin-, i:ubl leaded. It is worth read ing by t!E people of Montana, and is ther,,fore reproduced in full without al teration or elimination: "Beneath the noise and smoke of the campaign the quiet, steady progress of fusion recorded from time to ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 9 October 1896

COMMISSIOlNES MEET II. Mullery of Cascade Ap nted County Superintendent of Schools. in Judges of Election and fling Places-Contracts for New Roads. county commissioners met Fri rning in regular monthly session, g present. polling place in R-d Butte pre o, 1U, was ordered changed from rvew school house, in section 17, ip 18 north, range 4 east, to the tie school house, in section 7 of io township. McDonnell was instructed to Sheriff .Dwyer that hereafter would be no allowance of ealary ight jailor. W\V. opkins was appointed at )f election in Porter precinct, No Nathan Gibson; John D)iamond fly precinct, No. 18, vice W. I). 1)r. D. II. McCann and W. C. in Sand Coulee precinct, No. 21, it Mc(iillin and Charles Lochray; bu Gillen in East Bolt precinct, vice George Croft. polling place in the Boston Lad Falls Addition precintct, No. , dlered to be at the olu school in Th'lird avenue north, between third and 'l'hirty-fourth etriots. rollowing transfers of money wreo I: From the general ro...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 9 October 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report Aj Baking RQ Y1Powder ABBOUWTELY PURE 1: .il.. L . E ·y A SIO (EE 3y 1-,: 1 , ihe Naltive`e il ii '-1 ;i :-"', 'l't ' t1" u ion vie. ii ;,.ii ' oat -trrn-i h, .'\tlins-in, ithe . : o, . r. r, at , 2 I ' cent bi.hind hi. ., sat. ]lle li;ajrit' will hardly hn .('; e c . 1'..\. atr, I-eaten in Sa ai can. T'he coultry .ounties are re l ri , 1 a1 s vting str,,nly for W right, it . prh ,it in- lpluli.t c:andildate. I Ji-em-orstir i:en. A .\·Sr. Ga., Oct. 7.--The first 1i coul:tiee heard from show a not demo cratic guLin of i13 in the vote for Atkin. son. eclllurat, for goverv.or, over his vote in the sane counties in Is:l. Thins Looks Ittletr. .\'I r..+ii. Oct. 7.--Twonty countice :ive a n t ilemcratic gain of 2,1897. If this ratio is kept up the democratic ma Jurity will Le It4,()00. Precincts in Fulton ::,'unty, outside of Atlanta, gave W\riiht, p,,pulint, a majority of 8:14. Floyd, Wright's h,,me county, goes for him by 100 m...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 16 October 1896

Mon Histlork GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. rOLUME XI1. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRII)AY , OCTOBER, 1(, 1896. NUIMBER 40 TS PACKE f I ,ar a ( ro w al es 'o iild C ou l d P -sib ly GIt Neal Ilint Heard firyan ýpeak 1HE CITY OF GRAND RAPIDS sine Fourth of the DusI Ilt5 1,1 Within Sound of the !%,Isv l;" inr, 00. is i'I'. nt iii~ ,:«;: tf e ti s Valinl, s t r ; ila ; her". *as sit fllt ottij- t i' - thij ftnoiinon, the yelltw IhaIges ,I ,ingle gold standard iidivoiaten wOr. epiwU' sl 'l'iie c iistilato wan intro ed by a well known silvsr rcpublian noih Bryan and his wife were en isastically cheered. brand Rajpids Entlhunsstlr. lAND RAPIso, Mich., Oct. 15. -Will Jennings Bryan tonight addreoseds his city one of the largest audiences has yet spoken to during the camn Ign. There were three meetinge ar lged for, one at Campau square, one the Powere opera house, where he ad aseed the women of Grand Rapids, and lother at Lockerby hall. At the first eting he spoke to as large a crowd as hi wedge in...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 16 October 1896

DYINCHICAGO Monster Demonstrations There By Both the Great Political Parties. WERE NEVER BEFORE EQUALED Miles of Men in Line Day and Night and Speeches by Prominent Orators. Cmlcauo, Oct. 9.-The democracy held possession of the streets tonight and it improved its opportunity to the utmost. As early as 6 o'clock, within an hour after Michigan avenue had been cleared* up after the marching republicans, the leading organizations of the democratic parade began to appear for their torch light demonstration. They poured in rapidly mod by 7 o'clock the street was packed. Ore division formed on Michi gan avenue and as soon as it bad passed W aehington street the second came in behind. The W est side column formed in Hlaymarket square, and it poured over the Randolph street bridge, joining the main procession at the corner of Ran dolph and Market streete. A high wind arose in the course of the evening and made it a matter of some difficulty to keep the torches and transparencies alight. Seve...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 16 October 1896

1HE ZENITH CITY aboring Men of Towno'e Town Give Candidate Bryan a Grand Ovation. ROWOS ALL ALONG THE LINE IL With Which to approve a Bill Granting Frce Coinage of Silver. )urowr, Oct. 13.-The private car, klr," hearing William Jennings liryan d hli party, rolled into the Northern cihic station in thin city shortly afler U lock tonight, and the candidate made a spooches bere tonight. The day's paigiling tour had covered the route m Minneapolis to Duluth, and at ry elation of any size along the line yan spoke to goodly crowds, l'pon arrival in this city, he was net by a eption committee and, with Mrs. an, was escorted to the St. Louse cl for dinner. lie was then driven to ceurn theater, where he addreosed an busiastic meeting of women. 'I'hence proceeded to the car barn, which was ked to the utmost with the laboring n of Duluth. lere Bryan was pro ted with the last utensil necessary the signing of the silver bill when it uld reach him, providing he should elected, an elegant silver i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 16 October 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. WtfLT. One. ywr.8.. ..7.00 One Year ....... .6 Slix mouoths.... 4.00 Six months.....1.00 One mouth..... 75 Three months.... 75 Dula.to tptid in advance the daily will invert ably be 78 'ante per month. and the weekly 52 per muhyear, SI for Fitz montha and 20 rent. per m thielaes than six months. Advertictog rates furnished on application. Toe T!~fI'uNu leaves all competitors far be hind in circulation. Advertisers may have so rev.- t:, ito hooke at any time. Sbohoribero leriring their addrees changed inst rEnd their fNrmer addreat ae wel as the new address; thie ahould he remembered. THE TRIBUitNE. itrest Falls. Mont. THE' T'IHULE. Wtreat Mans. Mona. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For rreeident WILLIAM J. BRY AN, For Vice President ARTHUR SEWALL, For Representative in Congress CHARLES S. HARTMAN. DEMOCRATIC-POPULIST STATE TICKET. For Presidential Electors MARTIN MAGINNid. H. L. FRANK, DANIEL BROWN. For Governor HOBERT B. SMITH. For Lieutena...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 16 October 1896

OF THE NEWVS -.a Oti VEEK Saturday, Oct. 10. Justice W. C. Lee was in yesterday from Kibbey. Thomas O'Hanlon, the cattleman of Chinook, is in the city. I. D. Askew, a prominent citizen of Cascade, is in Great Falls. Attorney Camden Bretz of Belt was in Great Falls yesterday. Homer Armstrong and H. W. Learn ing yesterday went to Cora for a few days' visit. Social dance this (Saturday) evening at Grove's hall, Prof. Race will fur nish music. The Free Silver quartet will sing cam paign songs at 210 Central avenue at 8 o'clock this evening. M. G. O'Malley, E. R. Carroll, George H. Stanton, M. M. Lyter, and others will speak at 210 Central avenue tonight. Yesterday Chief Guerin found the 18 year-old son of a well known citizen of Great Falls in a beer hall playing faro. He was placed under arrest, but was al lowed to go free, with a stern lecture from the chief, on his promise to reform and keep away from such places in the future. It was a clerical error on the part of Tea TIzuuNEi in s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 16 October 1896

PANIC-STRICKEN This Time Wall Street Is Really Scared at Ti thful Election Returns. A COMMITTEE OF BANKERS Make a Visit West and on Their lIeturn Co eede the Elec tion of Bryan. ST. Lout-, Oct. 10.-A Washington, D. C., special to the St. Louis Republic says: There is an air of confidence at democratic headquarters that only posi tive aseurances of victory could build up. The news from the west has been excel lent for the last few daye. The repub. licans and assiEtant republicans are rattled. The democratic claims of vic tory have no longer an uncertain sound. The democratic managers assert with confidence that Bryan will carry 29 states, having 232 electoral votes, almost beyond peradventure, and that the chances of carrying five additional states, having 73 electoral votes, are in the ratio of 2 to 1. In 1892, when Mr. Whitney was the power behind the screens at democratic national headquarters, he induced his Wall street friends to send an independ ent commission to Illinois, Indi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 16 October 1896

OID THEY WERE INGORSED IHistory of the "Silver Republican" Indorsement of the County Ticket. me Interesting Facts About the So Called "Silver Republican Convention." THE TRIBUNE is in receipt of a letter rom a subscriber in Belt who criticises me remarks heretofore made concern eg the attitude of the candidates on the epublican county ticket on the sliver nestion, and ashe it it is not a fact that hese men were all indorsed by a conven ion of the silver republicans of this ounty. The question is a pertinent one nd deserves a candid answer. For the nformation of our friend and other ail er republicans, the facts in regard to he two conventions which nominated he present republican ticket will be re iewed. Tt e regular county convention, which let in the court house and nominated a ounty ticket, was composed of all sorta iad cunditions of men, as far as the silver entiment goes. By prearrangement the uestiun of silver did not enter into the ght at the primaries. That tight turned pon ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 16 October 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report ftoai pakinu IOLU Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE ~TiýCOLt) VUEE Voter. of the Northeri n P4- ne seIa of (Iichigan Fare Il ak. Cold IN ORDER TO HER MP. BRYMN E en `l( liuly 'Lo N. \ let Tir-' Owl SpIakers and March to thi' Train. Bs:s:;c;u, Mich., Oct. 11.-Candidate 'Bryan entered Michigan at 9 o'clock this morning. About 5,000 people were on the square near the ironwood depot, many of them from surrounding towns. The weather was bright and clear, and Bryan, with his head uncovered, ad dressed a most enthusiastic crowd. An other crowd heard him again here. Alonug His Boute. ESCANAB.1, Mich., Oct. 14,-There was a shot made into Wisconsin at Florence, and residents of that town in the Badger state turned out in force to see and hear the democratic nominee. The adherents of the white metal were demonstrative and so were the followers of the yellow. After Bryan had concluded his speech and his admirers had finished cheering and applaud...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 23 October 1896

GREAT FALLS W_ EKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XLI. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIIDAY , OCTOBER, 23, 1896. NUMBER 41 GRAND MEETING Advocates of Bryan and Free Coinage Decidedly Declare Them selves. MANY ELOQUENT SPEECHES Impromptu Parade That Strongly Contrasted With the Mc Kinleyites'. The silver men, women and children of Great Falls yesterday evening adminis tered an effective rebuke to traitors and double dealers and showed most em phatically that 80 per cent of the voters of Great Falle will support the entire list of silver candidates. The McKinleyites had expended a por tion of the $2,000 which they yesterday received from Hanna in securing the Grand opera house and had announced that Thomas H. Carter, who defeated one bill for the free coinage of silver by pairing with a silver representative in congress, who pledged himself to vote for free coinage if elected senator, who had spoken in the senate in behalf of silver, who had refused to vote for the nomina tion of McKinley, and who was too...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 23 October 1896

UNEQUALLED IN MEDICAL ANNALS A Patient Cured who was Afflicted with Rheu matism, Locomotor Ataxia in the Legs and Paralysis of the Throat. It was in Prescott, Mich., the Patient was an Old Soldier and has Hundreds of Friends. The Case Reads Like a Iliracle. Prom the Lakestde Monitor, Au RabMe, Mch. he publisher of this paper having some business to transact at Prescot, Ogemaw Co., Michigan, Monday last, repaired to that ham Ii. While there he chanced to learn of a semarkable recovery from an illness ofthirty -ur years standing, the fortunate person being Thomas F. Galvin. The writer hunted that gentleman up, introduced himself; and requested Mr. Galvin to give a brief history b his terrible disease and some history of bimself. Mr. Galvin's trouble culminated three or four years since in three diseases Rheumatism, affecting the general system; locomotor taxui, affecting the legs, render. fag him unable to direct his course in walk. -ag, and paralysis, rendering him unable to uos lips...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 23 October 1896

IATCH AND WAIT Montana's Supreme Court Wrestles With the Silver Republican Ticket AND THE OFFICIAL BALLOT An Important Decision on the Sub ject May Be Expected Next Tuesday. Special to Tna Talnnes. HELENA, Oct. 17.-The supreme court heard arguments this morning in the injunction proceedings instituted against the clerks and recorders of Granite and Deer Lodge counties, to restrain those officials from placing the name of Theo Brantley on the official ballot as the nominee of the silver republicans for judge of the Third district. This after noon the proceedings instituted against County Clerk Tooker, to prevent his placing the names of the nomineesof the silver republicans of Lewis and Clarke county upon the ballot, came before the same tribunal. An unusually large number of spectators were present, in cluding many well-known attorneys. T. C. Bach, of counsel for Tooker, moved to dismiss on the ground that the action had been brought in the name of the state, when, according to the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 23 October 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILI. WnLI.. yea r ....... $7.00 One year..........50 Smonths....... .00 monthe....... 00 month........ 7 Three montha..... 75 Unlbse eald in advnoe the daily will invert bly be 76 oents per month, end the weekly _2 1pr eera, s1 for six months and r20 cent per month for Iee then six months. Advertisln rates furnished on s plieetion. Tat Tatzurse leaves all competitors t be hind in circulation. Advertisere may have o. oee to its books at any time. Snbscriher desiring their eddres changed must send their former addrees as well as the new eddeemm; this ehould be remembered. THE TRIBUNE, Great Falls. Mont. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President- WILLIAM J, BRYAN, For Vioe President ARTHUR SBIWALL, For Representative in Congres- CHARLES 8. HARTMAN. DEMOCRATIC-POPULIST STATE TICKET. For Presidential lectors MABTIN MAGINNIS. H. L. FRANK. DANIEL BROWN. For Governor BOBERT B. SMITH. ]For Lieutenant Governor A. . SPIDXGGS. For Aseooiate JustiOe HORAC...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 23 October 1896

S OF THE VEEK Saturday, Oct. 17. , M. S. Gunn of Helena is in Great , Blair of Helena, general agent of R. & N. Co., is in the cityw , Baker of Cora, McKinley candi for county commissioner, Is in Falls. Montana Central Railway com as declared an annual dividend of eant. L G. Benjamin and son returned lay morning after a six weeks' SMichigan. G. R. Wallace and son returned orning after a several months' osetern cities. . Cooper of Choteau, McKinley ate for state senator from Teton ,is in Great Falls. , Miller of Helena, a prominent d insurance agent and McKinley ,arrived yesterday. t Scanlon, traveling passenger f the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. ilway, is in the city. Fox, former president of the Cas ounty Trades and Labor council, yesterday from Belt. Fort Benton River Press gives that 22 crooks driven out of Fort are headed for Great Falls. . Haskine, representing Geo. D. d & Co., blank book manufac. of St. Louis, is in Great Falls. ge W. McCaskey of Helena, tray. assenger...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 23 October 1896

SPOPULIST SIDE Nothingr Definite Known of the Inten tions of Thomas E. Watson of Georgia. SOME OF MANY SURMISES People's Party Candidate in Missouri Resigns in Favor of the Democrat. THOMPsoN, Ga, Oct. 19,-George F. Washburn and H. W. Reed, members of the populist national committee, left here today after a conference of 24 hours with T. E. Watson. Reliable informa tion is at hand which shows that one ob ject of the conference was to submit to Watson some proposition from Chair man Jones, the nature of which both gentlemen refuse to reveal. It develops that Chairman Jones had agreed to go to Atlanta and meet Watson if the two committeemen upon their arrival here should think it necessary; otherwise he would send a personal representative who stands high in the councils of the party. Another object of the meeting was to induce Watson to modify in some points his letter of acceptance, which the two committeemen had in their possession. The contents of the letter were known to the popu...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 23 October 1896

S INDICATIVE OF WIHD Assurance That Iry)an Will Successful in Many Close States. 'lark of Butte Writes Encoeur ingly-Orders for Rail road Men. the press reports and editorial t of the eastern newspapers ery encouragement to the advo William J. Bryan, more reliable re constantly being received in ails from men who are well in oncerning the situation in their e localities and who write free desire to bolster up a lost cause bout any suspicion that their are to be made public. a'nu.E has recently published these opinions and hundreds reaching Montana every day. John A. Largent has received .rominent politician of Illinois, cquaintance, who is a goldbug believed that Mr. Largent, too, ed the same gods because he aye been a republican, a letter, the writer says that he is ex sorry to say that the chances favorable for Bryan's carrying unty and Illinois; that at pres best politicians admit that the is for silver's champion, but McKinleyites hope to stem the bin the next two weeks. William...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 23 October 1896

Highest of all n Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report ~wTPKwder ABssesUOwaL PUnK, HOOSIER STATE Bryan Spent Yesterday in Talking to Big Crowds in Indiana Cities. THE USUAL DEMONSTRATIONS Government by Injunction and Rights of Emplo ee Was the Topic. FORrT WAYNE,r Ind., Oct. 21.-Muncie was a hotbed of politicians when Wil liam J. Bryan arrived there shortly be fore 3 o'clock this afternoon. Every man, woman and child wore a badge, and every man, woman and child shout ed for his or her candidate. There were counter demonstrations. An hour after Bryan reached town, William D. Bynum was to speak to the gold democrats, and in the evening the republicans were to listen to W. J. Campbell, ex-president of the glaseblowers' association. All three meetings were widely advertised. On either side of the street those who wore the yellow McKinley badges were lined, and they shouted for their favorite as the carriage bearing Bryan passed by It was distinctively a McKinley crowd in the city, ...

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