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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 30 October 1896

Vout Histories, $oe41 GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME XII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , OCTOBER, 30. 1896. NUMBER 42 GOOD REA8ONS -VllY he Reports Upon Which the Democratic National Committee Sent Out Its Election Estimates. hairmen of the Several State Committees Send in Their Reports Based Upon Knowledge and Observation. mIeAGo, Oct. 28 -The following are me of the dispatches receiveu by the tional democratic committee from ate committee chairmen, on which the timate given out by Chairman Cam u yesterday was based. Rlports om the states the republicans r1eeds Bryan are omitted: "Bryan majority in Missouri cannot less than 03,000. The state ticket, on hicb there is no fusion, may tun i0,000 low this. Legislature is safely demo atic in both branches, and largely in a same on joint ballot, and will elect on. G. G. Vest. We will elect 11 con essmen. S. It. Cook, Chairman." "Kansas is absolutely safe for a ma rity for Bryan electors of not less than ,000. State fusion ticket will ...

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. — 30 October 1896

PIVOTAL STATE Bryan Has Reached Illinois and Entered Upon the Close of the Campaign. IT IS THE SAME GRAND STORY Royal and Enthusiastic Audiences Gather to See and Listen to Him. Mr-oos, Ill., Oct. 2:1.-What ie con sidered the battle ground of the cam paign by that portion of the democracy at present aboard the private car "Idler" was entered by the nominee thie morn ing. Illinois has been looked forward to, act it has been understood that Bryan would put up the best fight he had an ut him when the prairie state was reached. Eighteen places were put down on the itinerary for today, and a few inire were added before night, just for good measure. Illinois dJmocratic politicians met Mr. Bryan at Terre haute last night, and to day they escorted him through Illinois. At Springfield. Srho;melto, Ill., Oct.23.--The cap ital city of the state of Illinois welcomed the people's nominee with a magnificent reception. Crowds that numbered up into the tens of thousands listened to him and noisily ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 30 October 1896

HEATGOES UP .noke Front the Ruins (if Twc Elevators in the City of Chicago. ER ONE MILLION DOLLARS the Los,, With Insurance l'ov Bring Three-Quarters of That Amount. IA0o, Oct. 26. -Two huge grain vatlr5, belonging to the Chicago and chie Elevator company, burned this ernoon, together with their contents ia number of smaller buildings, and total lose will be $1,000,000. The in ance will cover three quarters of the eount It was a dangerous locality a tire. Directly to the north in Ar. ur elevator, the largest in the world, eked up to the root with grain. To northeast is the immense matting use of Hale & Curtis, while close at it lie the docks of the Crescent -nim y with thousands of tons of bituii scoal. Numerous lumber yards in vicinity added to the (auger, Thou da of people gathered to witness the clads afforded by over 1,(tk,00xt ehute of grain ablaze. At one stage y saw a cataract of burning wheat ting from 100 feet in the air. The ze started about noon. Burning ihers were ca...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 30 October 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. WBUIL5. One year. 87.00 One year. 1 .18 1 Six nmonths.....4.00 Sila months.....1.111 One m, th..... 75 Three months....7I Unleso paid in edvance the daily will invarl ably he 7.7 cents per month, and the weekly $1 per year, $1 for six monthe and 20 cents pet month for loes than six months. Advertiotng rates furnished on application. Tax Tuansrsa leaves all competitors far be. hind in circulation. Advertisera may have so. revs to Its books at any time, tSubscribsers dlesiring their address changed innst sand their former addressees well as the new address; this shonld be remembered. THE TiIlBUNE. Great Falls. Mont. NATIUNAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For l'resideat WILLIAM J. BRYAN, For Vice President ARTHUR RIVWALL. For lleic c;.tvetive in Cougress (It tKLE, S. HARTMAN. DEMOCRATIC-POPULIST STATE TICKET. For 1-sidouttal Electors - MAIITIN MA(IINNIS, it L. FRANK, DANIEL ilH WVN. For Governor- i nHEtrT H. SMITH. For Licutenant tivernor A. E. Si'Gti...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 30 October 1896

what influenced them. In the mean time, it can be said that, though the leaders of the two great organizations have surrendered their convictions on the great principle, it does not follow that the rank and file have done like. wise. The time has passed when any one man who has been elevated to posi tion by his fellow workmen can herd them like sheep and deliver them in a body as he sees fit. VOTE FOR HARTMAN. Although he is virtually the nominee of three parties, and the choice of four fifths of the voters of Montana, the name of Charles S. Hartman appears on the oicial ballot but once, under the head of "silver republicans." In voting let every democrat, populist and silver uan remember this and soe that he does mnt forget Hartman. Thu method is easy. Under the headings of Democratic and Populist ticket, beneath the words "For representative in congress," there is a blank space, If you are voting a straight ticket, write the neuis Charles 8. Hartman in this blank space and mark an...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 30 October 1896

IS MAKING HA1 Br3an F'renching Free Coinage Gosj e in the Pivotal state of Illinois. STEVENSON IS HELPING HIM People by Thousandl fallyitng to lbe are and Cheer Their breat Chailt li ilI. Cnceioi , Oct. 27.-cr. llrcan arrived in Chicago at :!:30 p. ni. over the Alton road and was ret at a depot by a large and enthusiastic crowd. The rush was so great in the narrow spaee of the first floor of the A!ten depot that the police had a dillicult task to prevent the people from Ieing injured. The ('ook County Marehing club and silver clubs, with a large number of bands, were waiting for himt on Canal itr-et and as soon as he appeared the march was taken for Bat tery I), on Michigan avenue. A short parade through the down town strer to preceded the arrival at the battery. Entering the city from Brighton park, where Mrs. Bryan ap peared on the platform, there were crowds at every street crossing until the Union depot was reached. While the crowds were dispersing after the Bryan demonstration,...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 30 October 1896

SOMETHING WILL DRO? SOON Silver Republican Candidates Ate Being Knifed by the McKin ley Goldbugs. Justice Burleigh's Friends Will Not Stand Such Treachery Any Longer. '-It is not at all unlikely that there may be an explosion among the ranks of the republican candidates before election day," said a prominent local silver re publican to a TRIBUNE reportor Satur day. "The few candidates on that ticket who have been outspoken in favor of silver are being lied about and maligned by the gold bug element, and probably before election day some interesting do avlopmente may result and the yellow fellows may be stripped of their parti colored garments and tie compelled to go before the voters in their true colors." The above remark was brought out by the fact that McKinleyites have been circulating for the past two days storiee about Judge Burleighl to the effect that ha was one of the leaders in the disturb ance at the opera house mooting, which was addressed by Carter and Weed the other ni...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 30 October 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report foaIj Bakwin Powder AmseLTELY PURE BUI THEY CANNOT ENTER IN Too Late Has Come the Silver Play of Some County Republican Nominees. Not a McKinley Man in Neihart Railroad Men True to Bryan. A few more days will practically close the campaign in this county and all over the land. As election day draws near, it becomes more apparent that the silver fusion ticket has won the day. The at tempt of the republicans to play a confi dence game on the voters by going be fore them without a platform and ignor ing the great issue of the campaign was early in the tight found to have been a dismal failure. The subsequent ettort to straddle the issue by talking in favor of silver when among silver men and whis pering McKinley in the oars of the gold bug republican enly brought dissatis faction arid contempt frumn both sides. At tlie late date a few of them are putting splints on their lackboie and trying to have it understood that they are ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 6 November 1896

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. rOLUME XII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, Fill) AY , NOV],EMBER 6, 1896. NU3iMBER 43 i( INLEY VINS ir.nan J. K. Jones of the National c('omnllittee Concedes HIls Election. CTORAL FIGURES NOT GIVEN Bryan Sends a Congratulatory I)ispatch to His Successful Opponent. oc.tAo, Nov. 5.-Chairman Jones ed the following statement tonight: he result of the presidential elec is apparently no longer in doubt. It been one of the closest contests that ' people have been called on to de ins in recent years, We have ed the election on our advices from that were admittedly in doubt. in h we knew there had been many ds and from which thero were evi , es of tampering with the returns. cenis now to be apparent that Mr. an, after making the most brilliant spign in the history of our country having carried most of the states Wad to be doubtful, has not carried r ]gh to assure his success in the elect- t college. Bryan electors have been t en from all the states south of the I mac and O...

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

A 19th CENTURY MIRA L E, A Newspaper Man Relates a Mar vdeious Story. An Interesting Capttcr in His Own Life-Some, We Hope, M:.,. P1"d. .it by Reading Same. Maury. ,( :: biggest A.',nl b, ,(," . .. a . , would b,' :t ., t Onlle IIH . , , , ' COln ti 1t i I ' 1 ~: . the in: , : , . nua ,;, re , ' I lht .:t :.. It. liae -' it. cent"' It Itua. : . ..... .,- ' . i' e wa. a t .-ri exps, 1 t !,, v: - r -: ': "!.;, ยท ,. I: fell, amn:i i, ,. Sioo i.tin I , . I .,', .t r Ihands; thI I, ,:ie :a .:! a. a . ' a asleep. But, perh .r. it w 1l' 1 ,. I , +th r t . r, Foster tell l- owna ,, exp.rine, a 1 .ti i- i what he s.t s': "Flollot .ti th num -... of f' t ial '.' ' hands, that ar.'.. ral a* ,:!a :.' , 1, body was paral'zld, i ha it l ,' . Etriction ar.un' my l.,,l, v t .l I , worse this extanr td tp. e:t-._" t." : r breathine; it finally C. t wii: ' of my threat al it wa- i t I bre"ath,'d atall. At irre, lr . - had lia Itrin p i; , tir ' , ir body a-d limbt,, r na fr:r a, . , I was jpertictly ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 6 November 1896

A CLEAN SWEEP Entire Fusion State Ticket Elected by a Majority of Over Ten Thousand. SO SAYS CHAIRMAN COCKRILL tFven Chotean and Teton Counties 1 Repudiate the Pie Counter Brigade. Special to TiE. TRIBUNE. HIEL:ENA, Nov. 4.--Returns are nearlS complete from all parts of the state and show a glorious silver victory. All the state candidates and Hartman ar. elected by majorities ranging fr,,m 10,000 to 20,000. Headquarters closed. What ever the result of the national eleclion, Carter, Sanders, Wood and other Mon tana renegades have been crushingly re buked in this state. If McKinley is elected the pie counter brigade will go to the front and Montana interests to the rear. W. M. CocaKrILrr, Chairman Democratic State Committee. STATE TICKET SAFE. Collins Beats Welater Iy at Least Seven Thousand. Special to The Tribune. HELENA, Nov. 4.-Returns are coming in eslowly from the country precincts, but from those already received and computing gains in various counties, it is evident that Smit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 6 November 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILt. WBNEL!. One year..........$7.00 One year..........$1.50 Six months....... 4.00 Six months....... 1.00 One month........ .175 Three months..... .75 Unless paid in advance the daily will invari ably be 75 oents per month, and the weekly $a per year. $1 for six months and 20 oents per month for lees than six months. Advertising rates furnished, on application. Tax TIBeN leaves all competitors far be. hiud in cireulation. Advertisers may have so. cesa to its books at an l time, Subscribers desiring their address changed must seid their former address as well as the new tddres:; this should be remembered. TIlE TRIBUNE. OGreat Falls, Mont. FRIDAY, NOV. 6, 1896. THE JIG IS UP. Chairman J. K. Jones of the demo cratic national committee last night conceded the election of McKinley. As the chairman has the most available sour(ce of information, it is reasonably sure that he has made no mistake in the con lusion he has reached. It is with a keen ,l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 6 November 1896

NEWS OF THE WEEK Friday, Oct. 80 L. M. Gibson, a prominent rancher of Truly, is in the city. Conrad Back, a wool-grower of Davis creek, arrived yesterday. M. Bannatyne, a prominent wool- I grower of Collins, is in Great Falls. Born, yesterday morning, to Prof. and Mrs. Harry A. Ganke, a 9-pound son. George B. Stuart, a well known rancher, arrived yesterday from his home at Mid Canyon. W. H. Aldridge, manager of the United 1 Smelting and Refining company, arrived I yesterday from Helena. Julius Sultan, representing a wholo sale liquor house of San Francisco, is in the city, interviewing the trade. Fred E. Krause, representing the American Biscuit and Manufacturing company of Helena, is in the city. Joseph Gansl, manager of the Garls Manufacturing company, jewelers of I Grand Forks, N. D., is in the city. John W. Ranton and family have re moved from Sun River to Sunnyside, where Mr. Ranton will manage a largo ranch. Atty. J. P. Lewia returned yesterday morning from Chicago, where he h...

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

THIS IS OUR DAY William J. Bryan Has Not Yet Been Deftated for the Office of President. CHAIRMAN JONES SPEAKS He Still Insists That There Is No Legitimate Reason to Doubt Bryan's Election. Cuwi,,.o, Nov. 5 -Senator Jones issues the followiug: I have counted from the beginning as states upon which we relied for Bryan's election the ouuthern states, with 135 vcte, and tLi Ltates west of the Missouri, with ;l1, a total of 217. I have hoped that .we would carry Indiana, Michi gan rn: Minnesota. I believe we have carried every eeuthern state, except Marylarnd, and that we have carried all the western states heretofore counted on, which leaves us, not count ing 1 e)laware, '20 votes. One vote we certainly have in Dela ware, and probably three. But, count ing only one vote, it leaves us necessary to a choice 14 votes. Either Michigan or Indiana would give us these 14 votes. Reports from both these states are en courajng and lead us to believe that while both states are close, we have the b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 6 November 1896

OK A TUMILE Street Concludes 100 Per e(nt loncy Is Not a (iood iCan paign )ioenient AT THE PRESENT TIME Snlircatte )i) l : ;p iften orl Fair Rate,. ;t," ,nditiim . ;I:' : in Ih, ut iftg influence ii Fhlit , . 'i I'day. The rank a,1 l lib, f 1 !I F, 'igurinBF t u I'i v n , OFll Frc ' tin r:,;... hafl lb.en pr,,pmr,.d I,),,.11 a(I, i, ct,. todiay. ThI,' a' ult mF no , ,wv er, was u{ .,rt r-sively stonnt , ,,,' of priuee bein, gov,,rnu 1 I,. i. ! i fn t ',ll Aig e n c' , r Fec ,.i'r'l Iy pli : , , a i livI, ilin +r ':I. th,';t F cm bi..lI ., ! b ,' in l, by 1 lh' t i .,' t" i ' r'atF L risingi to It int l ii . It n l :. diaaster. Lotd ,i n I I,' , .... i cu t'urities a . tUlyb , Goth~ve ~InJu ,.t ti , ,,\ I, ii. :! F in'r.J ih trili l, a ,i b 'lr 'of ,' ll ' I ;,.] , I ,. . had lh thu II . ..u'Il mloliey a" I ,ight , i t ' '11 L tI'rrow'n , tFl" ). tht' F i I , ' l, ;ugh t o 1. ;' t " i, ' .I tn llF L'tu.Ai.ti ' , , , 0 per ,ent. i t afuc F'' f t, i l'tl! (tilt II I II ' ii'V F'',' li ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 6 November 1896

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report A Powder ABS.OLuTELY PURE TREASURER AND COUNTY CLERK The Fusion Candidate4 for Those Two Otlices Elected Beyond a Doubt. Total Vote for Every Candidate for a County Ol!ice - Rturns About Complete. The election returns received yes terday were very encouraging, they in suring the re-election of Lawrence MI. McDonnell,to be clerk and recorder, and also the election of Dr. W. II. Gels thorpe to be county treasurer. The plurality for -McDonnell is 25 and the only precinct unreported on this office is Millegan, in which only 1G votes were registered, and it is expected that the three candidates will break about even in this precinct. The most surprising result is that Martin, who endeavored to defeat the entire silver county ticket, is third in the race, although he received the almost unanimous support of the McKinleyites, who were offended be cause HIuston denied that he was a member of the IHanna club. Martin was stingingly ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 13 November 1896

REAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. ME XII. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , NOVEMBER 13, 1896. NUMfER 44 jSONY S '1AI L .Delayed Letter of Accept s, at last Given to the Public. BIG DOSE OF ADVICE es Populist Defection in e MSates Elected Mc t Kinley. (;a., Nov. 11.-The letter of written by Thomas E. Wat leg the populist nomination esident was today made pub columns of Watson's people's r are devoted to it. The let lemented by four columns of he populists to "ait steady in nd bold their party together." ial tone of the paper is nne of ophecy. Watson declares that of the populiste to support he close states brought about 's election. He goes into a w of the circumstances leading ination at St. Louis and e vice presidential nominatioo, I said I would." lie declares St. Louis populist convention d a straight populist ticket the Id have been elected. "I would" have driven the Hills and Gor re they belong, in the repub. e, and the Bryans and Illands ve joined with the populists." ales bitterly of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 13 November 1896

WHATWILLIT BE? Wise Ones Are Figuring On the Po litical Complexion of the Next Senate AND ITS PROBABLE ACTION Qn the All-Important Subjecta of Revenue and Silver Legis lation. WAsHINGrox, Nov. 6.-The next sen ate, it is believed, will stand: Repub licans, 44; democrats, 33; populists and independente, 13. This table takes all the states out of the doubtful column, placing Kentucky and North Carolina in the republican column, as Senator Butler said today that a free silver re publican would probably be returned by the populiete, Delaware in the democrat ic column, and Kansas and South Da kota in the independent and populist column. This will prevent the republic ans from taking control of the senate unless some of those who bolted the re publican platform at St. Louie should return. It is dillicult to estimate the exact standing of the next senate on the money questionowing to the new align ment of parties in the recent campaign. Men who have been pronounced silver men have been supp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 13 November 1896

lULL ARBITRATE Great Britain Has Concluded to Sub. mit Her Venezuelan Pre tensions TO FIVE IMPARTIAL JUDGES A Treaty to This Effect Has Been Finally Entered Into at Washington. WASuINorroN, Nov. 10.-The arbitra tion of the Venezuelan dispute is a set tled fact. All the arrangements have been completed and all the details of the arbitration treaty between the United States and Great Britain arranged. The final terms of the treaty of arbitration were arranged in this city last night The treaty covers Venezuela only and does not include a general treaty of ar hitration of all future disputes between the two great English speaking nations. This treaty is to be arranged later by future negotiations. The Venezuelan arbitration commission will consist of five arbitrators, two to le named by the United States, two by Great Britain, these four to select the fifth arbitrator. Venezuela will not ie directly repro sented in the commission. The term of occupancy necessary to exempt British settl...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 13 November 1896

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. UAILt. wpLTL One year......87.00 One year......11.00 six months.4... .00 Itis monthie....1.00 One month..... 71 Three mouths....75 Unions paid in advance the daily will Invero ably bo 75 cents per month. and the weekly $2 per year. T1 for six months and 0 ceunts per month for lees than six months. Advertising ratee furnished on applisation. Tae Tarn0s. leavee all competitores tr be hind in itirculatlon. Advertiser. may have so eeo to Its books at any time. cabbomebers deoseing their addrese chanoed most send their former address at well ae the now addresh; this should be remembered, THE TRIB~UNE. G~reat Falls. Mont. FRIDAY, NOV. 13, 18903. After the Chicago convention, Con gretan i artmahi asouured Mr. Bryan that hil majority in this state would reach 3li,00w). The exact figures are not at hand, hut Hartman'e prediction will come very close to being verified. Mon tana ie all right. Now that the election is over the Mis soulian teps holdlmy to t...

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