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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 29 June 1889

S NT8 GREAT FiAL.LS TF BUNE A mi -Weeky Tribune, Semi- Weekly Tribune, SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 118 GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, SATURDAY. JUNE 29, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS STILL AT LARGE. e FLATHEAD INDIAN MURDER ERS STILL AT LARGE. n Threats Against Ihe Northern Pa Rle R.llroad-The Troops Still on Hand-They Refuse to Make Arrests. ssoeuIA, June 27.-Sheriff Heyfron ned from Ravailli yesterday morn and reports everything quiet on the vation, but the fugitives from justice till at large and there is but little of capturing them. The chiefs re to take any action in the matter, h they were urged to do so by M7ajor n and Capt. Merchant. They pre to remain neutral. The murderers pposed to be within a few miles of ency and could probab'y have been red, but the troops had no orders to in making arrests anti consequently red to remain in camp. The sheriff ewhat discouraged about the matter ow thinks the only way to get his sto offer a reward and wait for of the half-breeds who knew the...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 29 June 1889

;REAT FALLS TRIBUNE EBLISN1ED .AIL! AND BamI-WEMELY BY THE TRIBUNE PUBLISHING COMPANY. [INOaNonPATmn] SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mail subscriptions must be paid in advance. DAILY. smb5-WN NLY. tneyear bynmal $10.00 Oneyear, by mail All city subscribers to ally delivered by carrier Advertising rates furnished on application. T'. circulation of the Tribune in northrn MlStana is guaranteed to exceedthat of sly pa pr published in the ternitoA NaeecnNers desiring their address changeA must send their former address; this should be remembered. Areet IFalse Montcana. P i CPANY, NO. 5A25. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $',ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $100,000. OFFICERS: T. E. COLLINS, . . .. Presiden A, E. DIoKERMAN, . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, . .. .. Cashier' D L. TACY, . .. Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: 0. A. BROADWATEI, MARTIN MAOINNIN, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN, H. 0. COWEN, J. T. ARMINGTON. A general banking business transacted. Exchange drawn on the principal...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 29 June 1889

APPY EDITORS. ARE ENJOYING THE HOSPI TALITY OF MISSOULA. ng papers and Hearing Music Un disturbed by the Indians-A aunesmful Annual Meeting. sooLA, June 20.--The Montana Association met here yesterday with mbers in attendance, several more ng by late trains after the day's bus had been completed. R. E. Fisk of elena Herald, presided. The an address was delivered at 2:30 by Hedges of Helena, on the subject icks Without Straw." Hon. Jerry aof the Great Falls TRIBUNE read ar's history of the association, show at there are 40 newspapers now bed in Montana. He paid feeling ato the memory of J. S. Dickerson . J. McCormick, members of the lion, who died during the year. e evening a public reception was the association by the citizens of In at Knights of Pythias hall. ad of the 25th United States in from Missoula under the leader Prof. Peterson was present and ed numerous selections in good An address of welcome was made . S. G. Murray and was responded embers of the association as fol pt. ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 29 June 1889

SPRAY OF THE FALLS. [From Wednesda]'se Dally.1 The freight depot is looming up satis factorily. One of Gibson & Renner's housesis out of the painters' hands. Steady progress is being made with the water pipe ditches on Central avenue. Much credit is due J. Stewart Tod for the excellentcondition of the fair grounds and truck. Mr. and Mrs. Israel left for Helena. Mrs. Israel was greatly pleased with our town, which she visited for the first time. Stary has ordered out his advertisement, as people were constantly asking hian about it. He is now convinced that it pays to advertise. A summer treat--"Take a drink?" "Don'tcareifido." He led him up to Jen sen's ice water barrel and gave him a cup of the aqueous fluid. There will be a meeting of the Great Falls Choral Union this (Wednes day) evening at the Methodist church. A full attendance is desired. Charles Ii. Gould, the popular live stock agent of Chicago, Burlington & Northern is in town. He says rates for cattle will be Ihe s...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 3 July 1889

: GREAT FALS TRIBUNE Sei- Weekly Trib uner . 75 CENTS. :, SEMI- WEEKLY EDITION. '!OLixf 'V;i NUMBER. 114 GREAT FALLS. MONT NA," WEDNESDAY. JULY 3, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS TfHE IiELENA FIELD. COLlS UPON WHICH SECOND PAY :MinTa s .uAEy isk-TN soADn. Seven lnval Entries for the Derby Trelve Cqts to ran In the Trot ting NarMry Stakes Next Month. IiaELNA, July 1.-The second payments have beaen made on the entries for the races. The result is as follows. TUESDAY AUGUST 27. Trotting, nursery stakes for 2-year-olds, bred and raised In any of the territories or Oregon, 910 each, $250 added, two in three, closed March 1st with 18 nomina tipns;t2s c~ c~dpayments: Fennella, Fer d,o ra,Sweet.Briar, Seven H L,k1s W t, ?Deaon, Maximillian, Mary Clay, Fannie Fern, J B O. Running, derby stakes, for 8-year-olds, $50 each, $600 added, winner of any race thise $tvdfalue of0 $00 to carry five pq~j aýýqE, one and one-half "miles. Closed M rch 1st, with 14 nominations; seven second payments: Jubilee, X, A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 3 July 1889

TREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PLRLXSflD eAILY juNy euHI-WefeLy THE TRIBUNE PUBISHBIING FOMPAU!, SUB8r"RIPTION RATES. 1 inbption mst be paid in advance. '?Weyer ,AILY. 6eLI-WEP.LY. =..yyehr by ma.il, $iO.O o eyay mOil; 1.10 , xmonths 1. 600 lemonth 0 Three months"l .0 1 Ineeweek, ey carrier, Singlepy.. A i city subsecibers to Deily deiveered by carrier Advertising rates fernished on epplicatien. The eircietion of the ieibnne in L .etbrern Meeetsaeis egaranteed tr exeeed that ef eley pe per ebllebed in tbe teeetwp eeeeeeleeee desiring tbeir address ebheged mest send their former address; this bjeb ld be remembered. Address: TreeoNe PeeeIeeeeee COMPANY, efreat Falls, Eleetee. NO. 3525. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $0,ooo,ooo0 Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. OFFICERS: T. E. COLLINS, . . . President A, E. DICKERMAN, . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, . .... Cashier D L. TRAcY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: o. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERS, OBERT VAUGHN,...

Publication Title: Great Falls Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 3 July 1889

OUR WOOL EXCHANGE ".i / BOSTON MARKET CONTINUES TO IMPROVE. Msu6tuSa S Disposed to Buy JFreely An AdvaBne in Woolens-Larpg Receipts and SBals In Great Falls. BosTON, June 27.-The firm tone note< a week ago continues, and values anr even stronger on most grades. Buyer seem satisfied that there is no chance o wool selling low this year, and where they are in need of supplies they are tak ing hold to some extent. The feeling is that prices will ruli high, but the excitement that seems t( prevail at many country selling points meets with but little response here, and it is still exceptional cases where the mills are disposed to stock up. The goods situation has been more or ess settled by some of the lending mann acturers opening their prices at 5 per ant advance, and buyers are taking hold site freely at this price. A trade circular says: "The market as opened in Montana, and it is said hat 22 cents is being paid out there for ood clips. This will make the scoured ost for fine about...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 3 July 1889

THE BIG SHOW AT PARItS. HOW MUCH IT IMPROVES ON CLOSER STUDY. The Detoh-Jas.asM Visitors-The French amletese-Th e Arts and Uluminatlons. Splendid Order, but Some Petty Emposl tlons-Some Roeth Jokess. "The latest from Paris" is far more flattering than were the first reports, for the great exposition provesto possess the essential element of worth-that is, it improves on long acquaintance. Artists and musicians tell us that no matter how nice an object looks or how sweet an air sounds on first presentation, un less it gains on the looker or hearer for some time, it does not possess the true and lasting element of beauty. All tour ists klLow, too, that the finest scenery does not reveal all its beauties till it is studied. AAIaTS AT DHNflr. Well, the Paris exposition develops unexpected beauties, and certain sections of it are so complete that on any other occasion they would be expositions in themselves. Thus one enthusiastio re porter has devoted many days together to the department...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 6 July 1889

FOR /TH OAMPAIG N __l_'" ......_ GREAT .FALLS rTRIBUNE e U .NTILOT. Semi-Weekly Tribune, 5 ' CENTS. SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V. NUMBER 115 GREAT FALLS. MONTANA, SATURDAY. JULY 6, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTI SULLIVAN-KILRAIN. SULLIVAN TRAVELING LIKE A PRINCE TO NEW OItLEANS. BaUeng Men Divided in Opinion--Fears That this Meeting may be a Sham Flght-Mnldoon Gives Sullivan Some Pointl. Naw ORLEANS, July 8.-The procla mation of Gov. Lowrey will not interrupt the progress of arrangements for the prize fight. The battle ground has been definitely settled upon and no interfer ence is anticipated. GOING TO THE BATTLE GROUND. John L. Sullivan Passes Thronugh Cleve landa His. Way to New Orleans. C.LEIL*ND, July 2.--JohnL. Sullivan has psssed throutgh here in a special train for New Orleans. Advices from New Orleans say that the preparations for the Sullivan-Kilrain prize fight are progressing smoothly. Renaud, who has charge of the excursion, is receiving constantly applications for tickets an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 6 July 1889

TREAT FALLS TRIBUNE PUmLIn.ED nDAr AND SFtI-wnSLY THE TRIBUNE PUBLI.HING COMPANY. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Mta subsoriptions must be paid in advance. LAILr. SeI.WEEKLY. ,.Ine ear, b mail, $1 One year, by mail. $8.0 On months," 5.00 Sin months 1. I InS month 1.00 Three mon's" 0 neWeek, ,y sarrior, 23 Single copy,. ..... A l city subscribers to DailydeliverHd by carrier Advertising rates furnished on application. The oircDlation of the Tribnno in r.,lrtyrn M,,antana is nguaranteed t oceed that of ly pa per Enblished in the teIytrrI 8ao8oroers desiring their address obanged INustsend their former address; this should by ,emembered. Address: TreBUI . POUBLsIINO COMPANY, Jreat Falls. Mnmtana. NO. 3826. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $',ooo,ooo Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. OFFIOERB: T. E. COLLINS, .. . President A, E. DIoKEnRAN, . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, . ... . Cashier D L. TRAVY, . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: 0. A. BROADWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBBON, IRA M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 6 July 1889

ORAtORY AND SPORT o-.OQutENT ORATION BY J. B. LESLII AT 'THE GROVE. Great Falto Celebrates the olurth with Be toming Gavety-A Baee Ball Match and Raoing-The Arlon alil. The Fourth dawned bright and clear in Great Falls. It 'was welcomed with banners and the joyous greetings of young people who hailed theholiday at an early hour with patriotic enthusiam. there was.a fusilade of fire-crackers all olong the line from Prospect hill to the ,issouroltannouncing that here as well as elsewhere boys exelcise the time-honored privilege of exploding fire - works to their hearts' content on the glorious Sourth. The warm sun indicated that the da' would be hot-a dog day. But tropic heat could not repress the ardor of oa people. At the appointed time the Pic neer Hook and Ladder company, the wa veterans of the Grand Army and th Arion society with its fine German fli. assembled at the engine house an. formed into line. At the head were Rev J Reid, Mayor Fairfield, Judge Race and J. B. Leslie in a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 6 July 1889

THE BABY'S BEAD,.. Is am only a blt of ember That dnatler the bby' eye7li But the light in my Lnnefemot chamber Is the light of the pristine skiets For ages ago and age Whe, far in the upper ar, Vast lire, like old aromhlmagaes Shed incense eversywhere And. all in the wide gray weather, Which wrapped the whole round world, Solemnly waved together As the thick warm vapers curled, In the sunshine'e sudden baursting I oozed from a topmost bow, And I drank that splendor thirttnig There Is no such sunshie noaWl And the wings that came round me flashing None hke them are fluttering here- I caught in my heavy pleashing And sealed in my shining sphere. Oh, life that was wild and glorious When the elements wrought for man. And waved over fire victorious, Shaped the earth to her ancient planl Then the tides, in the great world ohanges, Rose in their mighty turn, Rolled over the fir tree's rangea And the phiee of the giant fern. And agco had passed and ages, When the windes scooped the deep se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 10 July 1889

7 TriR B FOR THE CAMPAIGN So R EA T Semi - Weekly Tribune, 78 CENTS. SEMI-WEEyKLY EDITION. OLU1E L V. NUMBER 116 GREAT FALLS, MOiTiANA. WEDNESDAY. JULY 10, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS TiT:kUr + itfltr runar --.E. - . ,IL, LIV.ArN WON. 4i OQUpP i as XILRAININ THE SBY ' -SECOND ROUND. .A -Sdese of Bulletins Sent to thi Ei.bnue Frao News Cant-rs-They Wind up by Announcing ulllysn's suncess. N5W OnLEals, July 8, 1:50 p. m.--It is reported that Sullivan won in the 72nd round. The fight ended at 1 p. m. PUmTHER CONFIRMATION. Nw Yoa., July 8, 2:17 p, m.--lt is reported on gpod authority that Sullivan has won the fight in the 72nd round. A LONG STnUBBORN FIGHOT. Soa, JJuly 8, 8:17 p. m.-It is reporld it the pool rooms here by the Western Union that Sullivan won in the 72nd round. The fight lasted two hours and 85 ,minutes. ,OCNFLICTIhONG REPORTS. namo s of Arres,,RBoga Dispatahes and Interference. NEW ORLEANS BULLETIN NO. 1. NEw ORLEANS, July 8, 9:40 a. m.-The excurion. train with the fighters ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 10 July 1889

NO. 8626. FI ST NATIONAL BANK OF GREAT FALLS. Authorized Capital, $;,ooo,ooo. Paid-Up Capital, $I00,000. OFFIOERS: T. E. COLLINS, . . . President A, b. DICKERRAN, . Vice-President L. G. PHELPS, .. . . Cashier D L. TRACY, . . . . . Ass't Cashier DIREOTORS: o. A. BROHAIWATER, MARTIN MAGINNIS, PARIS GIBSON, IRA MYERB, OBEBT VAUGHN, H. O. COWN, J. T. ARMINGTON. A gsenerl banking business transated. Eohangse drawn on the prinilpal point in the dtates and Europe. Prompt attention given to collections. Interest allowed on time deposits. tREAT FALLS TRIBUNE. WEDNIESDAY. JULY 10. 1889. SEMI-WEEKLY LOCAL RESOUIRCES. It was supposed before Great Falls was built that the site differed in resources very little from those of the other large plains around us. But the close examin ation which the townsite has undergone has brought to light many hidden re sources of much importance. Excava tions have demonstrated that in places the soil is underlaid by building stone of superior quality. Some of the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 10 July 1889

SULLIVAN-KIILRAIN. SETAILS OF THE FIGHT FOR THE CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE WORLD. KtiWlA and. sllivan Bet White In tihe Ring- PFlere Pighting for 90 omunds-Kllrain Dddges Considerably. NBw ORLEANS, July 9.-Sullivan knecked Kilrain out in the 76th. round and was declared the victor. The flrst information of the result of the tight, which took place neat ltichburg, Miss., was bro.iht to New Orleans oby a special train of the Associated Press, which made the run of 105 miles in three hours. Pat Kenrick of New Orleans was sug gested for referee by Kilrain and John Fitzpatrick, also of New Orleans, by Sul ivan. After slight wrangling Fitzpat rick was agreed upon. Kilrain was first to shy the caster in the ring. He was seconded by Charley Mitchell and Mike Donovan. John Mur phy acted as bottle holder. Sullivanefol lowed a moment later and was roundly cheered. His seconds were Wm. Mul don and Mike Cleary. Daniel Murphy of Boston appeared as bottle holder. tULLIVAN CHEERED. Whenthq crowd recognize...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 10 July 1889

T'HE FLOWER OF COLUMBIA THE DISCUSSION AS TO THE FLORAL EMBLEM OF THE UNITED STATES. Why Not the Tassel o the Malse? Or the Plower of the Amerilan Tulip Tree? Is There a lower Uniting the Blue and the Orgny , AVE we a flower lovelier than the corn tassel at that stage when the long yellow strands begin to bend down in graceful curves? And what flow er more appro riate as a national emblem of the United States, seeing that Indian corn grows in every section of the great re publioc, except on the coldest high lands? While the discussion as to the proper national flower is in progress let the maize tassel by no means be forgot ten. ten. An American traveler relates that while in Germany he was the guest of a noted German botanist and florist, who delighted him with a view of all the flowers that could be grown in that cli mate and of many that required hot house culture. "And now," said the soientist. "I will show you what con eider in many respects the prettiest of all, and therefore ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 13 July 1889

· :ýE FOR THE CAMPAIGN SREAT FALLS TRIBUNE ENT SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION. VOLUME V, NUMBER. 117 IGRIEAT FALLS, MONTANA. SATURDAY. JULY 13, 1889. PRICE. FIVE CENTS A1't "t.1 T rt17 YiE .''i".CTI T [+Ctnte ..... ha P . . ..... I.. I '. . AR EARLY SESSION. CONOtESS TO BE CONVENEDi IN A VA JCE OF THE nIEQULAlR TIIME, csadbiihald to Sunien rlisas te-Dr, Swallow Will Visit Nelhart andl larkers--mith and Sullivn. HELwA,' July 11--A Washington dis patch t.'& Mew Yibk paper says there is no longei.any reasonable doubt there will be an extra sessibn of congress probably beginning the last Monday in October or the first in November. Burke Will be Surrendered. ,WINIPaEG, July 11.--I the Burke trial todsay counsel for the defense, as salled4tt 'eeidence which they held did not cnpat rihe Brisoner in any manner with othe -iatde otrdnin or show that Burke knew Cronin or had aiy malice against him. The yrosecutioti contended the e ¶d JlCiriae kehr ern.ush case to, evseaac itl tS` Jndg 114hlatd hiat a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 13 July 1889

GREAT FALLSf TRIBUNE. sATURDAY. JULY 18. 1889. SEMI-WEEKLY WELCOME TO GREAT FALLS. Great Falls welcomes cordially the delegates, the wool-growers and wool buyers who are her guests today. She appreciates the honorable position and noble work entrusted to the delegates who might properly be called state-build ers because the constitution which they will frame is the foundation on which statehood rests. Accept it and we enter the galaxy of states; reject it and we go through a furtherterm of probation. Re gardless of party ties therefore, we wel come the delegates and invite them to see the imperial domain known as Northern Montana. The wool growers we regard as our selves. Their names and faces are famil iar to us. They pursue an honorable calling with pluck and add thereby to the growing wealth of Montana. We welcome them with as much cordiality as guests as we do when they come with wool or enter our stores to buy supplies. We welcome with like warmth the buy ers. They are the magi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 13 July 1889

SdULLIVAN REE. iiiE TTHNItNSEEE JDEibow DEOMIJXII THAT HE CANH OT lE HAE D i. CeCtitinjg lt.na ita tIer lte5Ih Depet i6 tin,-ff he tA. , Ai.44olisde at lillasskee.s, I:tAu.Lvra , July 12.-When the Louis -t..&an).. ..l~:t tralnjnll{e .Into the c.ty this moring a crowd surged around the Car~4st .ise ribJl Alruhtor soo. obtained cirdulatlon that a requisi he hands o the police, sever al twoe here reaoched over with handcufa and seizing the eugger'e sais, pulled him out Iito the aisle, Sullivasies'ieei and Muldoon put his head out of the window' and cried to the crowd: "Gentlemen, I demand AmerICan protection" Hisa patriotic wail wasr g dreiithd.ehtvariety of responses. Stnoe' hliere Sulliva~n and' begged him to "knock the copper out," while others. cried;J ".'urrah for the Nashville police; hit him with your club, etc."' After a brief struggle, Sullivan was taken from the car and hustled to a carriage. In the scufee drewbacktdo knock-the poliCe msanhdoia Uwhd Chief Blatk stuck a 'e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls tribune. — 13 July 1889

CONSOLATION. When Molly came home from the party tAght The patty wee out at nje There were traces of tearI her bright blue yes Thetlooeked meUfl.lttyp to minte. . or some eft h.l.d tid, she whispered to mee With her face on her shoulder hid, Some one had said (there were tobs to her voice) rlththey didn't like sometthing she did. eo I took my litte ghl up on my knee I am old and.eeceedugly wisee And I el. "My deal-, now listen to me; huse Ihte and dry lou.eyes 'This we idis a difficulteworld Indeed, And people are hard to suit, And the man who plays on the iolin a bore to the man with the flute. 'And I myself have often thought, How very much better 'twould be If every one of the fblks that I know Would ouly agree with mne "iut sinee they irill not, the very bes way To make this world look bright Is never to mind what people say, But do what eou think is right." --Walter Leareed in ,It. Ntcholne A PRINCESS BETROTHUlIED. One of the Dasghter of the DPr iee of I Wales to Marry the Earl...

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