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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 February 1897

(r- THE COLUMBIAN. JAW- SEVENTH TEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1897. NUMBER 7. CANT BE KEPT SECRET SENATORS COMPLAIN OF NEWS LEAKING FROM SESSIONS. Morffiu& Occupied the Entire Afternoon In n Speech on the Arbitration Trentr. Wmhinston, Feb. S.—The open soeeion of tho senate today was wholly perfunctory. and after transacting some routine business tho doors were closed and an executive session continued throughout the day. Tho routine business was cleared away , by UJ5_p. rag and on a motion of Senator Sherman tho senate went Into executive session, and at 5:M p. m. adjourned. Tho senate wont into executive session at 12:40 p. m. Tho publicity given yesterday’s proceedings In executive session was brought up by Senator Vest. Senators who voted for open doors made numerous speeches, In which they said It would bo better to have the treaty considered In public, then there wcjuld bo no question of leaks. The most Important developments concerning the ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 February 1897

MONTANA LEGISLATURE FOURTH WEEK OF THE SESSION . MAKES FUOaRESS. Flftr-TbriM The Semite Dl»po«c* of DIIU, SIxleen Rein* P«»»e County Division Hill. Helena. Mont- Feb. L—The fourth week of the session of the Montana legislature ■aw some progress In the way of securing legislation, although It was tho senate that did all the work In the passing of bills. That body reeled off Che work ut a merry rate when It did get down to business, and ns a result, out of M bills that have been Introduced. 26 have been dcflnltoly disposed of. W having been Wiled by Indeflnlto postponement ana the other 16 being passoi The “’ t to go through was tho bill making It felony to steal cattle, regardless of the value of the animal stolon. Then »®na‘Of Mcuel'o bill to croat© tho offleo or moai Inxpoctor In cltioo of tho tint and second chiM throughout tho state went through without dissent and Is now arraltlng the action of the house. Senator Ramsdell a bill to provide reappralsomcnt of stale lands upon the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 February 1897

*•—I TIME TABLE. flails **it.. CoIaniblaFaH"— 1:01 n. m Oeisc wMt. . IcrtoColombia Falli... SOI n.za. l»-lfaiU clo» X mlnutei bcforo Train Tima. SOCIETIES. A O. TJ. TTv-FAiili oiTY LQd3e~ KO. 41. /V* MwtuTharndny Errniujf, in hall orortiio TUltinc bruthcm cordially Invited. Prank Coxbr. M. W. T O. O. r.-COLUMBIA LOIXiK NO. Ji • MmU ETory TuMday EToning at I. O. O. P. Mall. TiiitiDf mambora invitod to attend. J. H. LBwxt, £m. N. Willocowbt. N.O. W KTHODIST EPISCOPAL CIIURCU- 8ERI^L Tie* Kvary other Sunday at 11 a. rn. and t a. m. Bandar School at 12. Vlaitora cordially lari tad. P. W. HAYNES. Taator CATHOLIC CHURCH—SKRVK’EH AT ST. Charloa Charch on Firat and Thin! San4ava »t each mimtli. at 9 a.m. and U a.tn. RRV. VARCLABIINBgr.K. X'PWOBTH LEAGUES-SENIOR LEAGUE JCi maau Sunday at 6 n. m. Junior League naata Bonday at 3 p.m. All inrited. / i A. It -GEORGE B. Mc('LKLLAN POST or • maata at Kecaody Hall the Second and Faartk Satardara of aach month. Vlaiting aomradea inritad to meet with...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 February 1897

he Columbian. OWSKB *XI> PUntlUMUD »» JOHN W. PA-OE3. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: If Paid in Adrance »1.M Mr Year. Six Monlha, In adrance. Il-W-Ttiree MontVa. in adrance. SO Cents. Sinaia copies 10 cents. The COLOUBUN invite* its patrons and friends to send items of all kinds regardincr improvements, and occurreticos which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all lottere to The Coiumbuk, Columbia halls, Mont. HXTEKED AT COLOMDIA FALLS rOSTOFTlCR AS .8ECOSD CLASS MAIL MATTER. AtL ADVERTISINO BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, FEB. 4, 1897. The state solons have killed the bill reducing the governor’s salary. That makes a long mark to thoir credit. Lyman Gage, Iboi Chicago banker and a goldbug from wayback, will bo secretary of the treasury. And a nice job ho has ahead of him. The initiative and referendum bill is dead and buried. May it rest iu peace and wait long for tho resurrection day. There are inany indications of vote trading in tho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 February 1897

>_r* • m «r THE COLUMBIAN. SEVENTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA] THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1897. NUMBER 8. GREECE HAS CRETE ANNEXATION OK TUB ISLANDS IS ONLY A MATTER OK TIME. Colored Vouoo, Commander o! Hellenic Koroee, Proelalme Military Oeenpatlon. Canea, Feb. IS.—The occupation of . nea was carried out by the foreign fleet* with the consent of Turkish offlclals and la not In any way likely to add to the complications at Constantinople. The commander of the Greek fleet was also formally, notified'of the Joint occupation of this place. The Turkish authorities are demoralised and are simply following out the recommendations they receive from fdmtgn admirals, who are acting In accord and consult upon every step taken. It la thought certain that the next departure will be the establishment of a provisional Christian government of Crow, pending the consent'ot the powers to the annexation of the Island to Greece, although it doiia not seem as If tjjst country was willing to wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 February 1897

MONTANA LEGISLATURE WEEK OF TUB SESSION HAS HOW PASSED. iouU of Three Counly Dlrlaloo BHU-FuaMc o* H«® AntlOBMhllBB Ulll. Helena. Mont.. Fob. 7.-F1vo weeka or the fifth eeeslon of the Montana legislature have gone. The feature of tho loat of thoeo wcoka won tho killing of two county division bills, each of which caused a bitter fight in tho house, and tho passage of another county division bill by tho sonato, to which It went from tho house. Tho now county-tho Mill In the state—Is tho county of Broadwater, of which Townsend wUl bo tho county •ret. The success of that county was only won, however, after 12 yoars of conatant fighting. Tho first Broadwater counly bill wua Introduced by Representative Van Fisk, of Jefferson county. In 1SSS. In two bodies 18S7 and 1SSS tho subject did not come before tho legislature for the reason that tho men from tho localities In Meagher and Jefferson counties that would have formed tho new county were defeated at the polls. In 1891 there was a deadlo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 February 1897

*- , t TIME TABLE. OolBffeMt.. JmtoColumbiaKallt— 1:01 a. m Ooiae vMt...lcaT« Colombia Falla... 5 HI a.m. Hf Mailt eloae 30 mi onto# boforo Train Time. In oursolvea tho sunsbino dwells, From ourselves the miisic swells, ourselves our lives are Ted, With sweet or bitter daily bread. Mask ball to-morrow eve. P. Dolan ol Libby is in the valley. L. K. Conklin was in town on Sun- day. Bead the ad. of tho Eagle shoe store. Largest stock, lowest prices. Eagle dayi af each month, at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. oUOO Btore. R*V. VAKTLAnMBKSK. SOCIETIES. A O.JJ. W.-FALLS CITY LODOK NO. 41. xi. Meets Tliumlar EtooIus. Id liall oTertlio FeeteSee. Visiting brother* cordially Inritod. Fbamx Combs, M. W. T O. O. r.-COLUUBIA LODGE NO. IXX . Meets Erery Tuesday ETenlng at I. O. O. F. Mall. Visiting member* InTited to attond. J. M. Lsaro, Sec. N. WinnocoiiuT. N. O. Vf ETHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH- SER1»A *iee Every other Sjindny at 11 a. ro. and T p. m. Snnday School at 12. visitors cordially Invited. P. W. HAYNE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 February 1897

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: uic«fl.30per Yenr. ^fiflKSViOCcnU. OwnU. - The Colcvdian invites its patrons and friends to semi items of all kinds instead of in tbo present euinbor- totters to The Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. KSTEXED AT COUniBIA FALLS rOSTOFFICE AS SECOSD CLASS MAIL MATTEL. ALL. ADVERTISING RILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, FEB. 11. 1SD7. Why sliould.tho house vote against the bill prohibiting the running at large of the beastly, grunting, disgusting Indian? Will some ono'riss to-oxplain? King Oscar will not Gguro in the amended arbitrsabn treaty as umpire. The senate committee has struck him out. The righ' person in the right place didn’t suit that august body. The inaugural ball will bo a prohibitiou ball, for -the first time in tbo history of the country, the dispatches state. Mrs. McKinley’s request was acceded to. Isn’t it bettor to wield an influence like that than to trudge up to the polls and cast a blanket ballot? Major McKinley never wrot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 February 1897

f - 1 *9 SEVENTH YEAH. ON THE CIVIL SERVICE THE COLUMBIAN. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THUBSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1897. NUMBER 9. DEBATE ON THE SUBJECT SET THE HOUSE IN AN UPHOAH. llnllrr md Oro»vcnor Prom Oppo«Inv Parties, DenonneesI the System. Washington. Fob. 23,-Tho house sent the naval bill, the lost of the appropriation bills, to the senate.today. Mr. Boutollo was In charge of tho measure and displayed such skill In Its handling that Its provisions aroused little opposition, and It was passed practically without amendment. Mr. Barrett of Massachusetts made an dfTort to secure an authorisation for a dry dock at Boston, to cost <1.000,000. but after a somewhat acrimonious debate the amendment was ruled outof order. Ho then tried to secure tho appointment (ra. committee to pass on tho relative merits of Boston and Portsmouth as locations for a dry dock, and. was equally unsuccessful. The feature of the day was nn exceedingly Interesting political debate which occurred-lato I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 February 1897

ATTITUDE OF THE GREAT POWE “! MORGAN WAS ANGRY WILD SOT BE ALLOWED TO DISTURB THE PEACE. Wonblpa of tbr Powcm Will Occupy the Chief Point* of the Ulan* of Crete. Constantinople. Fob. 16.—The opinion official circles hero i» that the fleet of the powers will be Instructed to occupy Uic island of Catidla very shortly, and thnt pressure will bo brought to bear upon both Turkey and Orceco In order that open war may be avoided. Should actual hostilities commence. Turkey would have little difficulty In sending an overwhelm Ing force of troops Into Thessaly. But the Turks fear that the Island of Crete, any case. Is practically lost to the Ottoman empire. There ore already Indications In the Bal kan peninsula that war between Greece and Turkey would be followed by a sori ous conflict there, and it Is believed that the powers are not yet ready to face such a condition of affairs. In the meanwhile. Turkey Is preparing for eventualities, and the colling out of the Greek army reserves of the do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 February 1897

TIME TABLE, Oolnff east. ..learo Columbia Fa1I>.... 1:01 n.ro Qoiag WMt... loareColumbia FalU... 5337 a.n. BTM«1U dote 30 mlontM before Trnlg Time. SOCIETIES. T“oru; w.-faliS era lodge no. «, Mmu Thursday ETonine. In hall otcr tho Poatofllee. Viaitinir brolhors cortlially Inrlled. . Fhasx Coma, M. W. r O, O. F.-COUIMIllA LODGE NO. X • Uoata Ever) 1 Tuesday Erenlnff at I. O. O. F. lloll. VimiDl memb«r» inritod to attond. J. M. I.eina. Hoc. N. WiLLOconm, N. O. TOWN AND COUNTY. Feminine raeltyl Oh. ye coda I Hark to ' theae men! Vanity's wide aa the world Is wide! Look at tho peacock In hie pride— la he a hen! Bring in your job work. No rent, sell cheap. Eagle Shoo Store. Frank Gadow is in town for a week or two. /1ATHOLIC CHURCH—SERVICES AT ST. Charles Cfanreh on First and Third Sundays of each month, at 0 n.m. and 11 n.m. Bey. YaxClahksbekk ■CiPWORTn LEAGUES—SENIOR LEAGUE J2j meets Sunday at 0 p.m. Junior Leairno meets Sunday at 3 p.m. AU invited. (' A. R.—GEORGE R. SleCLE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 February 1897

wmm Columbian invites its patrons Is to send items of all kinds improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all fetters to The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. ■ MTXUD AT COLUMBIA FALLS POSTOFFICE AS > CLAM MAIL MATTSB. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF'EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, FEB 18, 1857. It begins to look to a man up a tree as {hough the Pastime athletic club ef Butte would bo a good subject for a police raid. Washington, Illinois, Minnesota, New York and Now Jersey have laws making Fob. 12, Lincoln’s birthday, a legal holiday. Why not Montana! The senators wore paid off last week and each of the now senators according to agreement refunded tho excess mileage, amounting in all to $33040. And yet it is claimod there is ho heroism in this day and age. Now will Uncle Sam brace up and raise ructions! Three. American ladies, passengers on board the United States mail stoimor Olivette, in the harbor of Havana, have been str...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 March 1897

Wim. THE COLUMBIAN. m V ^ SEVENTH YEAR. TH£ RESERVE 18 CLOSED COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1897. NTH >■ IIOtlSB CONFBRKES RRKl'SE TO AC- CEPT SENATE AMENDMENT. •.» Senator WlUen’i Friends and Othere Ilarred From Rleh Claim* on Coalite Lands. Washington. March t-Tho house con- , ferees today refused to accept the senate amendment In regard to the Colville reset vatlbn which trod published In full In the The Spokesman-Review recently. Senator Wilson said tonight his amendment war'defeated. "This U duo," he sold, "partly to the rush made Into the reservation before the provision for opening It had'bseh enacted Into law." The amendment that came over from the house was an IntJInn bureau amendment, providing for lease of mineral locations subject to the approval of the tribal council and secretary of -Jio Interior. This would have placM mineral locaUpns In the aouth half of the reaervatlon entirely In control of the Indian agent nm) secretary of the In- * terlor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 March 1897

—vi-XV gsw? ■ v; ;T8 ARE TIED BBS ISSUED FOR RESERVATIOSS. a, Idnha and WaahOthcra In Wyoming nd California* Wsablncton, Feb. H--Pr«l<3cnt Cleveland celebrated tholtSIh anniversary of the birth of Ueorgo wasnlngton by lasulns 13 executive order* far reaching In their effect On the recommendation of Secretary Franol* and a foreatry commission of the National Acideroy of Science, the proildent signed and promulgated 13 proclamations Mtabllshlng os many additional forest reservation*, containing an aggregate area of a.*79,«0 acres. Secretary Fronds report to the president on the subject shows that the commission visited most all of the forest reservations and other public forests of the United States, devoting three months of hard traveling and careful study, without compensation, to the work assigned them. The amount of lands In each reservation already enured under the general land laws Is, the secretary points out. Insignificant, and portions ot the area described are exe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 March 1897

v-'s'fcTWtfSs; TIME TABLE. TOWN AND COUNTY. codstys^atgossip. Going ooit.IoitcColumbin Full..... 1:01 ». m SOCIETIES. Mao' kail a lillio lamb— That time has pasted away: No lamb could follow up tho pace Our Mary sou today. For now alio ride* the ainshod wheel In skirU too abort by balfNo lambkin abnrea her airy flight, But you can see her calf. J. A. Potorsou was in town on Sun- doy. r WX .Tien Erery other Sunday at 11 n.m. and ,, , ... 7 p.m. Sunday School at Vlsitpra cordially No rout, soil cbeap. Eagle Shoo inTiUxL P. W. HAYNE8. P&ator StorOa pATHOLIC CHURCII—SERVICES AT 8T. VJ Charha Clmrch on Fim ami Third Sondajr* of cadi month, on«i H ® Frank Swim of Billings is in tho valley. E^^^jiu^y^ej^^^lor'League E. S. Foley was up from Kalispoll f i A. R.-GEORGE B.KoCLELffAN POST VX • moeta at Kennedy Hall tho Second and Fourth Saturday# of each month. Viaiting coraradoa Incited to moot with ua. R. P. Tam. AdJ. H. H. G*»», Com. TirOMAJJ'S RELIEF CORPS-MEETS “aT TT Kennedy M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 March 1897

I AT.COLOinilA FALLS TOS ■ KCOXD CLAM MAIL MATTER. umbian. FAOE3. OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: , Id EdTanco, 50 Cent*. iW. Colombian invites its patrons lends to send items of all kinds improvements, and occur- „ jiok are of interest to the of the Flathead. Address all to The Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. iTOTFIc3*A« A^L ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABl^g THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, FEB. 25. 1897. Mark Hanna will bo senator from Ohio. Now will someone please tell us how Gov. Bushnell was Sued? Watson has been defeated again. This time in his contest for a seat in congress. Pretty near time for Tom to crawl into a hole aud pull the opening in after him, is it notl There is a movement among the ladies in parts of the east in favor of shorter drosses for street wear. Lot the good work go on and never stop untd short skirts are the rule from the Atlantic to the Pacific' The secretary and treasurer of the “congress of mothers” that met in Washington last week wore both maiden ladies. Strang...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 March 1897

THE COLUMBIAN. •SEVENTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MABCH 11, 1897. OVER A BILLION DOLLARS STARTLING INCREASE OP APPRO- PRIATIONS UY CONGRESS. I Chairman Cannon Sara Reform Mart Originate With the Prcaldenl ; .and Hia Cabinet. Wiuhlngton. iiarch 8.-Rep{e»entatlve Cannon of IlllnoU. chairman of the appropriation committee of the houeo. and Representative Bayern of Texas, wno u at the head of the minority of the commltfee; ■ have .orepared their revlewe ol the approprlatlone of congrcee duet end- .. cd..and they will be printed In the Congressional Record tomorrow morning. icannon's -ptalemcnt Is of more than y usual 'Significance on uccouAt of the rec- •; ommcndatlohs and suggesHons he makoe % for methods of keeping down appropriations In the future. Cannon makes- th< total appropriation submitted to the president for his approval at the last session, Including the general dcdclcncy which failed In conference. 151S.103.458. or S25,253,376 leOir than tbo cstlma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 March 1897

V * ton. F«b. 2S.—Inau*uratlon pre- , are coins on apaco. With the hour* vUltora bcsan to ahovr ilvea noticeably on the »treats. The platforms, and notel lobbies ore e and more congested with : train. Decorations begin lo Haunt along the avenue. The grand arena of the Inauguration display will be the short section of the avenue between Fifteenth and Seventeenth streets. Hanked on the south by the White house and on the north by Lafayette square. Hero both sides ol the street Is a solid front of covered Stance. This year the stands are of uniform design and docoration. save that from which the president will review the parade-' This, with Its white front. Corinthian columns and severely classical outlines Is not unlike a miniature of the White -Aouse In Its rear. The other stands, those of the multitude, arc covered In Imitation of stone work, roofed against tho possibility of bad weather. The decorations, as they Anally will appear, are hut a suggestion. Now there are sunbursts of b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 March 1897

TIME TABLE. GolocMtt...lcaTeCo]aniblAFaU«.... 1:01 a. m (loirufTrei-t. .IraroColumbiaFallji... 5SJ1 a.ic. WMall* cloaa 30 mluutca before train Time. SOCIETIES. X' o u. w.-FALLS CITYI.ODGF. NO. il! £\ • Meet" Thurftdny Kt^hIdk. in Imll (Wcrtlm Fo3to(Bc». Vinitina brothtr* cordially inviled. Feaxx Comm, M. W. T 0. O. F.-COLUMBU LODGE SO. 43.X • MtAtu Erory ISirsday Errninjr at I. O. O. F. Hall. Vifltinir mombors invited to attomL J. M. Lewib. 8«c. ” N. Wu.Loi:onnt, N.O. ^JETHODIBT EPISCOPAL OHURCU-^SERj /CATHOLIC -'CiniRCII—SERVICES AT ST. KJ Charlca Cbarch on First and Third Sundays of each month, at 9 a.m. and II a.m. Ret. VanClarexueek. JgPWORTH LEAOUES-SENIOR LEAGUE mooUSmidayat8p.m’ J^Ltavltod. ’ Q A^R.—OEORQE^B. McCLEtLAS POST Fourth SntardajT* of each month. Visitine comrades invitod to meet with us. R.F.Tat*. AdJ. H. H. GAnn. Com. TXTOMAN'S RELIEF C0BPS-MEET8"AT W Konuody Uull Socoud nnd Fourth Saturdays of each month. Visitiusmoinbors [uvltod, Mbs. See Clatiox, Pr.sldcnt. TOW...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 March 1897

iibun invites its patrons I to send items of all kinds provements, and occurch are of interest to the I of the Flathead. Address all i to The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. ENTEXBD AT COLUXDIA FALLS POSTOFFICE SECOND CLASS HAIL MATTES. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY. MARCH 4. 18S7. Butte has always claimed to be moral and virtuous. Be ttiat as it may, she is certainly unsophisticated. There is an awful roar from the Standard office on the proposed bicycle tax. How many of the Standard force ride a wheel anyway? The Nevada legislature wUf permit women to see the great fight. Thanks, but it is certain no woman worthy the name will desire to witness the brutal exhibition. It has been decided by the interior department that Indian women who marry while men lose their laud allotment rights. Another stop in • the right direction. The world does more after all. Great gloom overshadows Carson. Fitzsimmons has received the sad nows of the death of his mother-...

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