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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 15 January 1890

The Mi Tribune. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION E VI, NUMBER 49 .GREAT FALLS. MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 15, 18,0. PRICE, lIVE CENTS i f-SHOES MYE N. n Celebrated Al Ige Felt Shoes. Shoes are the comfortable to cold weather roduced, and .lbike Leather PAIR AND HAPPY. ave turned out nderwear since cial sale began, ve enough left to a good many ustomers. Don't s sale. We mean it all out in 30 This is tne time anything in the ng, Gents' fur g goods,hats, caps oot and shoe line; nt to reduce our in every depart and will make inducement to you uy now. We are giving an elegant entitled the En pedia of Law, 656 s. of the most use nformation, free to 20 cash purchasers. il ordeis promptly nded to. Proprietor. NIext Door to First National Bank ELECTRIC RAILWAYS HELENA ABOUT TO FOLLOW OREAT FALLS' EXAMPLE. The Butte Odd Fellows Will Hold a Triple Installation Tonight-A Noted Actrea Appears in a London Music Hall. HELENA, Jan. 18.-It is learned from the best of authority that there is to be a consolidati...

Publication Title: Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 15 January 1890

REAT FALLS TRIBUNE PDBLISBI~ ? tAILIAND B]"WI-WlLT THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHINB COMPANY, r[INOOrOBAnTD] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail suberiptions must be paid in advance. never bymnltpO0. Oneyear,by mail, tW mons, 6 Sl months.e"a 1.60 month 0 Tree months" I.0 On wak, carrier, i iwnl copy...... . Allalty ubsorlbers to Dailydeliverad by carrier Advertslng rates furnished on applcoalion. Abe oircnaltion oi the Tribune in northern Montana Is guaranteed to exceedthat of a pas ar uoblisbed in the terrintl o enacaribers dsarina their address chansed eust send their former address; this should be ranembered. Address: Tsenoes Piuraaeeo C OPAun, Greet oalte. lnlaens.. NO. 6 i25. FIIST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital $I00,000 OFFIOERe: T E. UOLLINS, . . . President L. G. PnRLPs . . Vice-President A E DIaCxRMAN, . . . Cashier D L. Tacy, . . . Aes't Cashier DIREOTORS: 0. . BROADWATERB, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGmN, L O. COWuN, J. T. AR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 15 January 1890

ON TO THE COASIT. ThBA BNOltsmns MAxING Paty at. te. Bnd oft he blabiseot sum.eyt* wwd Bu aeae-4Mewo t.her P.tIes Are Also iN the Field. MresovurA, Jan. 14.-Engineers are hard Work on the surveys for the Pacific ex - ion of the Manitoba railroad system. e party, consitlng of about a dozen n under charge of C. P. Smith, are at head of the Blackfoot near Cadott y at work surveying.doWn the river 'rds Missoula. Another party is our ing up the stream from here, while a rd gang is at work near Mullan Passm. management of the Manitoba are Xious to have all the preliminary nur work completed by spring time, so woek .. grading may hbe commenced n as the weather will allow. EBLETRIC BAlYWATB . L owry is About to Adopt Them ono All His Linet. 3T. PAUL, Jan. 12.-The success of the urthavenue electric line in Minneap has proved electric. The outcome nothing less than a decision by the ppany of which Thomas Lowry is the ding genius to make electricity super horses, steam and cables, excepting th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 15 January 1890

TRIBUNE ANNUAL. ALL ABOUT GRBEAT FALLS AND ITS The Tribune Annual Appears on Tlm. It Is Bieh in Information and Pictorial Beauty. (From Satuda'sa Daily.) The TeRsUNa's annual number of which the u-rst edition is issued today, will receive a public welcome through out the city. The ANNUAL is profusely illustrated with engravings executed in the highest style of art. These illustrations are all well calculated to make known the growth and prospects of the city and coun try. These illustrations include a view of the Boston & Montana Smelter as it will appear when completed during the cur rentyear; views of the Montana Smelter, coal works at Sand Coulee, business blocks, etc. There is also a ine view of the Baptist church, and many other cuts. These illustrations have been produced by artists of high merit and regardless of expense. The descriptive matter in the TRInUNE ANNUAL is all fresh and interesting. It deals with each phase of progress in North Montana-farmIng, mining, manu f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 18 January 1890

1 ' The Tribune. SEMI-W EKLY EDITION VOLME VI., NUMBER 51 GREAT FAISB. MONTANA, BATURDAY. JANUARY 18, 1890. PRICE, FIVE CENTS SDepartment= e can say without exaggera that our line of Fine Men's is the best in this part of ose elegant, well-fitting, com ble and durable hand-sewed Shoes in Lace and Con manufactured by the cele shoemakers Messrs. Lilly, ett & Co. of Brockton, Mass., invariably given the best of *on. Where we have sold pair to a customer, he has t another. e justly celebrated Eastwood kenphast fine French - calf -sewed shoes in lace and con ire shoes that combine com with durability. They are e dressy shoe, but the good, rtable and durable shoe, makes a man feel at home a wearing them; they are also e cure for corns. We will tee a cure every time if a had. oo much cannot be said in for the celebrated Alfred t Felt Shoes. They are made o ve wool"; no shoddy felt that c Ive as soon as worn only a em. A sure preventive from 'ppe. We are sole agents t Falls, line of han...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 18 January 1890

IGREAT FALLS TRIBUNE roansnar vasil Am NDn-W`ms. THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COIMANY . fxeOaeoaxone] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subsoriptions must be paid in advanee. onta mlep1"o01 yaromdi , I.0 Sm on th " t.0 T m on th s" 1 All oit ubsorlbors to Dailrdelivered by carrier ~ dveretisarntoa frntished on applieettun. Mans isurant eed to zoeted that of Sal p-a. toneorlber desiring their sddroes ohanged mustsend thiirformer address; thisehuldbe renmobered. A-ddro: Tnrsoap PosteUsm o Cour n, Gast alls,. Muntans. NO. 85n5. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $l,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000 OFFIOERS: T E. COLLIme, . . . President L. G. PHisPs . . Vice-President A E DIOr iN, . . . Cashier D L. Tauer, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: 0. &. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBBNox, IRA MERS, OnERT VAUGH!, . 0. COWlN, J.. ABT. MINGTON. A general banking bnlsess tanersted. xochange drawn on the prinoipal points in the lttest and Europe. Prompt attention given to colleotio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 18 January 1890

NATICS AT WORK. Oait I soirtcu DAOTA ASVrAV e. area se wtk Ae ra, 1atebe1 and * dlltinar stle to sIbdue the eanetlms aroN, N. D., Jan. 17.-The warfare nit the saloons of Traill county has '. commenced in good earnest, and is no telling where it will end. sa new more seems to have been lved snd naugurated by a few mis. dil, fanatical men and women, said to o near Hation, in Steele and GOrad ks counttes, aided by the resident egian minister, Rev. C. J. M. Grin who was present when the attack menced. Friday of lest week, there appeared hdereon's early in the day, two farm tro.i Giand Forks county, anmed E. Aekse and AsndereE. Blorge, epent ios6 of their tlh e in drinking playing .ards, evidently waiting for m.toment to arrive' when they too Id join In the raid on the saloons h was to follow. U 8 o'clock in the afternoon as4he ond ,train was palling into the de Iatten, one or more sleighs came g into to town containiig the follow. ed women from Steele and Grand counties: Mrs E 0 Knutson...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 18 January 1890

COUNTY BUSINESS. A STRONG PLEA FOR A BRIDGE AT CASCADE. The Applieation Held Under Advisement Until the Attorney General is Heard Flom. The board of county commissioners met in special session Wednesday to consider the bridge question. All mem bers of the board were present. H. C. Austin, F. S. Reed and John Shepherd, a specialcommittee sent by the people of Cascade. St. Clair and vicinity, presented a petition asking for a bridge across the Missouri river at Cascade. The gentlemen presented the claims of the people and the advantages which would accrue from such a bridge in a convincing manner. Mr. J. M. Erskine also seconded their remarks. The com missioners were favorably impressed and feel inclined to accommodate the peo pie of that section. The petition was re ceived, and filed. As it will be necessary to issue bonds for the purpose of build ing, the commissioners will defer ac tion while they confer with the Attorney General in regard to authority to issue the necessary bonds....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 22 January 1890

_The Tribune. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION rVOM VI,. NU MBR55 BIGREAT FAILS, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 22, 1890. PRICE. ,IVE CENTS -OUR can say without exaggeral that our line of Fine Men's Sis 1the beet in this part of elegant, well-Atting, comn Sand durable hand-sewed Shoes in Lace and Con manufactured by the cele i ,shonakers Messrs. Lilly, ok Co.of Berston, Mae., invariably given the best of on. Where we have sold pair to a nastomer, he has t another. ephest fine French - calf .aewed shoe. in lace and con are shoes that combine oom witdurability. They are sand durable shoe, a man feel at home wearing them; they-are also e are for corns. We will a cure every time if a much eannot be said in for the celebrated Alfred Felt Shoes. ,Idhey are made ye wool"; no shoddy felt that 5eas soon as worn only a i e. A sure preventive frbm pe. We are sole agents Falls. line of hand-sewed shoes, from W to $8.50, are oon to surpasl any shoe offered city at the same price. line of Men's Slipper's in hand...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 22 January 1890

'REAT FALLS TRIBUNE THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. Ieooear.wea.. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Msil subeylrptions must be paid in advanoe. ,li monlh., e:rn I .( x motst "au 1.60 Onem th " 1.00 Treemnt .( ne week, yarrier, Sinsle. copy...... 5 A Iloity easbsoriber to Daily delivered by carrier Advertale i rtato urnisbed on opplleatlon. The i o.c.atlon of the Tribune in nrthsera -osent ais i teed tealt essedthsat oft . .y Pa per peblihe theterN tuh 7 . h aneecribere desirins their addres eha.ted mast send their former address; thi sbhould be remembered. Addrs..: Taeiesn PUsI.hlsne eorAlNr, irest Fal. Muntansa. NO. 88925 FIlST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $.,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $IOO.000 OFFIOERS' T E. CoLLIhs, . . . President L. G. PHELPS . . Vice-President A E DIO.aKE N, . . . Cashier D L. TAovr, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: 0. A BBOADWATEB, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PAR.IS GIBSON, IRA )YERS, OBERT VAUGHN, . O0. COWIN, J. . ARMINGTON. A general banking bumasne trasnaeted. s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 22 January 1890

E WORK BEGUN. GROAT TALL. a (IAtrADA . 3. AN AittIBnED PAC o W O 3 , R1ots the eoser Ta bs-tarteser *wilt Meen Commeaee. G rant, the' well known railroad r, arrived Monday from the fully confirms all that was stated evenlng'ueTk U aboutthe build Greatdalla & Northern R. . gemnets for the construction of are n6o completed and work Ily ".be commenced. oto - " lage piety of men and teams here from the east and after ng such supplies as they needed aved the "cold snap" ~4t pro* their way.up the Sun river val sic movements were not under that tihe, but now it is known S.hate gone into the timber at of Siun dye.r to get out ties for P'aie add Northern It. . They relnfotred in a few days by a ger gang, now on roete from the rs expected to have all necessary and banked before the snow die. .from Whioh it may be under work will be pushed in a live the mountalns. MIcelay, the chief engineer of road, is daily expected with a dealatnts, to begin operations. ii Well known in No.thern li$ ifi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 22 January 1890

COURT OPENED. THE GRAND JURY OF SEVEN IN AT TENDANCE. Judge Benton's Calls the Doeket-The Crimlnal Calendar Light-A Strong Bar la Court. The first term of the district court in Cascade county since Montana became a state, opened today. Judge Benton pre eldes with dignity and executes the busi ness with dispatch. Eleven attorneys were in attendance when the session met and others are expected from Helena. A large number of interested clients were also present. Sheriff Hamilton brought his wards into court to await the action of the grand jurors. At 10:10 a. m. Judge. Benton took his place at the desk and asked the sheriff to open the court. Deputy Sheriff Beachly arose and said: "Hear ye, hear ye, hear yel The district court for the Eighth judicial district of the state of Montana is now open." The judge then proceeded to call off the docket and as the cases were announced the attorneys answered for their clients. This occupied nearly an hour, after which Clerk Cockrill call ed the g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 25 January 1890

The Tribune. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION LUME VI. NUMBER 68 GREAT FALLS. MONTANA. SATURDAY. JANUARY 25, 1890. PRICE, IVE CENTS Tan irom it We u Be Hat Yors: astreet, Ao S A non of Bi yc .erae wo le ed non of the say withont xlggera-1 to e or line of Fine Men'si why a the beet in this part of o"eto durable handsew ank while he in Lace nd woni The say withoure y te xaggera- cn our line of FiBronekto Men's why a the best iven th bet of ouito and durable we hand-vewed Ch otle celebrated Eastwood panett h e Freneh - orlf eatCna Shoes in ace and on- The shoes that ombine omel- comr emaers Messrs. We willy , ariablyure given time best of te on. Where we have sold treah toother. dthep thely celebrated Eastwoolfred ,pat phost fine Frencho-ef sates ad shoes. Theyin lace are con- time yshoes thoddy thtlmco a- our as soon as worn only a chur We ability. They are ly agent oantidsewed shoes,; an a sra man feel at hoe omered u atthem; they are also Wit of Mes thelipper's in C is ocomplete. We will t acure...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 25 January 1890

.REAT FALLS TRIBUNE THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. tlNOaoaOnmD] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail sehecriptions must be paid in advance. dne month " I0 Three mmoath" 1.00 ne week, y carrier, 2 Single opy ......... Al eity ubeeribers to Daily delivered by carrier Advertising rates furnished on ayylioation. 'Le airenatiaon of the Tribune in arthern MnIaanis N asnteed to exceed that of ey pa. prpubltshe in the tersrtA uoethoriber deairing their addrese changed must send their tormer address; this ahould be remembered. Addrem: Tateree PeBLscIeNo ComwAn, Great Fails. Montana. NO. 862I. FIIIST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS, Authorized Capital, $5,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital. $100,000 OFFIOERS: T E. UCLLINms . . . President L. G. PHELPS . . Vice-President A E DIKoERmAN, . . . Cashier D L. TRACY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORB: 0. A. BBOADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PAB.I GOIBON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. O. COWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON.. A general banking oaness tranenoted. Uohanse drawn on the principal point...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 25 January 1890

JOHN X. BEIDLER. LENA PREPARING TO PAY THE LAST HONOH(. Ia-Timers Have Subseribed Money for tie WeseO and a Monumet cot, eaMdert May Speak. Hla.snA, Jan. 24.-Preparations are In iogress for Joh1 X. Beidler's funeral, hlob is to be held in Ming's opera house morrow. Colonel Sanders may deliver a funeral address. The arrangement nmmttee is composed of A. M. Holter, se Morris, F. P. Stprling, Samuel wab, A. F. Allen and William Sims. tut 000 has been sulsribed. Judge ges and Hugh McQuald have taken leading part in paying due honor tothe teran vigilante. JOHN X. NBEIDLrsE EXPLOITS. e- SttalU Inladense in His Eventful ser Etbated by the Independent. bile acting as deputy marshal he was as a warrant for a bad man on the lowetone, who was wanted for horse ang, and who had threatened to kill dier on sight. X. jumped on a buck rd and started out. While on the be heard that the man he was after ahead, going down the Yellowstone t with a Winchester on his shoulder. drove leisurely along and, c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 25 January 1890

LISBON EXCITED. FOUR THOUSAND MERCHANTS IN PARADE. They Shoot War With England--Nelly Bly Lands at San Francison on Her Homeward Trip. LISBON, Jan. 22.-Four thousand mer chants of this city paraded the streets last Monday night shouting "War to Eng land." SALE OF COAL LAND. E. R. Ollngn Sealls His Belt Creek Clsaim -The Montana Smelting Company Propably the Purchaser. Wednesday E. R. Clingan, of Belt, sold his coal claim,receiving for his relinquish ment alone (the claim has not been prov ed up on) $2,500. Mr. C. also reserves several acres that lie in the bottom ad joining the new town of Armington. Chas. G. Griffth negotiated the deal and as he is purchasing agent for the Montana Smelting company, the in ference is natural that the claim is secur ed for that company. This is supposed to be a very valuable mine and so far as developed there is no better coal showing in north Montana. DISTRICT COURT BUSINESS. [From Wedesday's Daily.] In the district court today C. F. Doying was admi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 29 January 1890

The Tribune. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION UE VI. NUMBER 61 ' RBEAT FALLS. MONTANA. WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 29, 1890. PRICE. 5 CENTS I - - - - - I -- ........- ...... ........ I I . . "I "... -QR-T Department. n say without exaggera our line of Fine Men's the best in this part of elegant, well-fitting, conm and durable hand-sewed Shoes in Lace and Con anufactured by the cele hoemakers Messrs. Lilly, A& Co. of Brockton, Mass., ariably given the best of en. Where we have sold to a customer, he has another. justly celebrated Eastwood phast fine French - calf wed shoes in lace and con e shoes that combine com th durability. They are dresey shoe, but the good, rand d'ir+i '~"shoe a man feel at home rig them; they are also fre or corns. We will a cure every time if a for the celebrated Alfred alt Shoes. They are made wool"; no shoddy felt that as soon as worn only a A sure preventive from * We are sole agents Falls, of hand-sewed shoes, om $2 to $8.50, are con surpass any shoe offered ity at the sam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 29 January 1890

iREAT FALLS TRIBUNE THE TRIBUNE PUBLIBHIIG COMPANY. [rmeoaroaaran] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. M dl mubsorptions must be aid in advanoce. m 1 ontha, ,00 i mt 1.50 eweek, oaoarrer.20 51ngle opy.... All oity buoriberm to Daily delivered br oarrier Adoertlstag rates tfrnlesbed on applliation. y.e eolo Palaton o the 'Tribune in northern Montlan is aranlteed to emoedthat of say pa perpublehed in the tr.nter uoesoriers dearinrl their address ohanged mt samnd their former address; this should be semmbered. Address: Tsarce PosLuslsno ConrAPir, Gret Falls, Montana. NO. 8525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $i,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000 OFFIOERS: T E. COLLINs, . . . President L. G. PHELPS . . Vice-President A E DieaaRN, . .. . Cashier D L. Tsa , . . . Aes't Cashier DIRECTOR8: a0 BROADWATEB, MARTIN MAGINNIe, PARIS oGIBBO, IRA MYERB, OBCRT VAUGHN, . O. COWEN, J. T. AMINGoTON. A general banking hobseee tranesated. Isohange drawn on the principal point. in the tartes and E...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 29 January 1890

BLY _11E FLYRS. lobe Cireamnavgllator tea Her Trip in a Little r Seventy-Two Days. SIn New York Celebrated wing tis an(ul Shouts of Weleoume. on San FranIeseo to Chl. Pastest Ever Made for the tae In the World. * Jan. 28.-Nellie Bly corm ying trip around the world k p. m, Saturday. The mo eet touched the platform in ten guns boomed a welcome y park, and ten guns roared Fort Green park, Brook Qleveland received the avigato' in a brief ad s. The run from Phila y City was made accord schedule. Miss Bly made of the globe in sesventytwo l over six hourmes. Mr. geragentof the Santa F. ipaoledMiss Bly from San Jerey City, said to re the time made by Miss Bly neoion to Chicago was the made for that distance in The average time for the was thirty-six miles an er Ueast Ties. ,Jan. 28.--Nellie Bly's g time was 72 days, tes, 58 secouds. lvBsa lasevesad. Jma. 28.-Ofcial no V that the modus vi: Feb. 15. t E' CONVENTION. lIeMsey aen to .e Imm WIl Oppose the lebht-b.Le ,Jan. 2.-Atrain called SpeIal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The tribune. — 29 January 1890

IRVIN COMPLAINS. HE FEARS ANARCHY AT THE DEER LODGE PRISON. No Accommodation For Any More Pris oners-The Conviets May Break Loose at Any Time They See Fit-A Bad State of Things. HELENA, Jan. 25.-United States Mar shal Irvin has had an interview with Governor Toole relative to the Deer Lodge prison. The state of affairs at Deer Lodge is very deplorable, and is all owing to the lack of legislation in the state. Things which need immediate attention are nec. essarily left undone because there is no appropriation with which to attend to them. Marshal Irvin says the only reme dy, the only relief is in the settlement of the deadlock and immediate legislation, and appointment of the state prison com mission provided for in the constitution, with an adequate appropriation for the necessary work. The marshal says he has been forced into this uneasiness by the report that the two houses were about to adjourn without action and he, more than anyone else, realizes the jeop ardy to the guards at...

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