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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 19 April 1895

GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME X. GREAT FALLS, M.ONTANA, FRIDAY' , A RIL' 19, 1895. N MBER 49. - ------- ----------- --------- --I-------------- ------- --·- . - - : - ---- - --- - KAUFMAN, I he Clothier A story of Beautiful Things. A Luxury for 5oc in GEN IS' UNI)IIRWEAR We will have a sale this week. A large line of lierndiwa for 50e Worth $I o3. Something that will surprise and please you. No matter what your .xpectations are they will be more than gratified. Please caill and examine. Any goods purchased that you have not got value re ceived, money recunded. M. KAUFMAN, The Clothier and Furnisher. 2is Central Ave. - Great Falls REAT FALLS PRODUCE CO. WE IIAVE ,i URI' itEEI IVEl)A FilREHI ''OT( 'K OF CORN MEAL and RYE FLOUR GREAT FALLS PRODUCE CO., Tel, 71... 409 First Avenue South. I. L. Ma1 tin & Cjo., Eti.EIIM IsN IIAti, GRIAIN ANM) FEEl). Choice Seed Oats a Specialty ThirdAve. and Thirid ,tr'et, i,. BAD Are TEETH Are apt to make Imople feel miae aid Your Tooth i are ha...

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. — 19 April 1895

TERMS OF PEACE An 'Agreement Said to Have Been Reached Between the ('on testing Eiivoys OF THE ORIENTAL NATIONS The Money Indemnity reporteId 1t Ilave Lh nill Iteluced c i'i! sideraily. W A-.NIi:ro N . April 12.--- Illicial al vices received at the lJapanlise legation today from Japan indicate that an un, derstanding has htiei reachii d between the Japanese and Chinese lellipotetnti aries and news of the definite conclusion of peace lay he expected at any time. The exact terms of peace cannot be as certained, but it is understood that in response to repeated requests of the Chi nose plenipotentiaries for the amllend ment of the demands originally made by them the Japanes plenipotentiaries have granted some concessiois. Brief as the foregoing ollicial meesago is, it marks the close of the Japan.-China war, barring the possibility. of course, of some unexpected hitch at the last moment. The announcement of the exact terms of peace is yet to come, but from what is known of the negotiat...

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. — 19 April 1895

IT IS DIPLOMATIC So Statesmen Regard Nicaragua's Reply to Britain's Ultimatum- Issued Seven Weeks Ago. REPLY FAVORS ARBITRATION It Is so Pacifying That It Is Believed the Warlike Aspect Ilas Changed. WAsmsINrToN, April 15.-It is reliably stated that Nicaragua has replied to Great Britain's ultimaturc. It is in the nature of a counter proposal and is not a direct acceptance or rejection of the British demands, and as such it is not yet known whether Great Britain will accept it as responsive to her ultimatum, which made these demands: First-A money indemnity of .15,,000 sterling, for alleged personal injuries to llritish subjects, including British Con sul Hlatch. Second-A revocation of the declaration of banishment against said subjects. Third-The formation of a commission to decide by arbitration the damage done to property of British sub jects expelled from Nicaragua. The ultimatum contained no limit of time, but in a subsequent note the Earl of Kimberley stated the answer to the ...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 19 April 1895

WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILT. I WViLY. One year.......... $8.00 One year..........l50 Six months......... l.0 Si mont....... 100 One month.........75 Three months..... .75 One week ......... '.. . Singl copy....... p 05 Unless paid in advance the daily will invari. ably be 75 oentt per month, and the weekly $2 per year, $1 for six montl eand 20 cents per month for lees than six :tontha. Advertising rates furnished on application. The circulation o" the Tribune in Northern Montanr is garautu~d to) exceed that of any paper publishetd in th statue. Sabscriber- dl,,rin. their address chansel mnu-t send tl.ir former address ic well as the new addreass; this .cuih he remembered. 'tHE TIIiLUNE. Great Falls. Mont. MINERAlL LAND COMsMIMiStN. The president has appointed the com missiuners under tne provisions of the act toclassify the lands within the grants to the Northern 1Pacitic road. The list of appointees will be found in another column, and it is not saying too much to rema...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 19 April 1895

EWS OF TWE EEK Saturday. April 13. Gus Seigling has rented his ranches bove Armington and gone into the ice usinoes.-Belt Times. Mrs. J. H. Lemon of Augusta arrived i get night from Augusta to make a abshort ieit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Lip- t incott, of this city. E. W. King, sunerintendent of the I reat Falls Water works, left yesterday ra ten days' absence in the east on ueiness connected with the board of ade. A number of Odd Fellows of this city re making preparations to leave for rt Assionniboine on next Tuesday to be part in the institution of a new dge at that place, Rev. L. L. Shearer, the new Baptist d inister, arrived in the city yesterday, ,d will occupy the the pulpit tomorrow b orning, when appropriate music for l, stlr will also be rendered. The Castner Coal and Coke company ,J e now shipping about 25 cars of coke a, a very superior quality to Anaconda ery week, and are daily charging new ens to increase the output. lesterday was Good Friday. It was C srved at...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 19 April 1895

THE SCHOOL TRUSTEES MEET And the New Board Effects a Perma nent Organization-C-ommiittei s to Be Named Monday. 0. 31. Iolmuie Is 3la.de tChairman and .1. II. Fitzgerald 'lerk of the New lioard. The first meeting o, the new board of trustees for district No. I was held Sat urday in Judge Lurleigh's oltice. C. E. Luckett, W. i'. Brown and Itansom Cooper were too three new umembers taking the place' of A. J. i'Emerton, Jere Leslie and .1. '1. 1ae11 on the old board The meeting was cailed to order by Trustee ilolmes wiho anrouncod that the first thing in order was the organization of the board. 'I'rustee ( uckstettei noow inate'd for that postttion U, . I. olmes. 'Trustee itanks caiur in with a second, and nuo Juther t,.:nat,nl e being heard Mr. [olines wao tuiimnously elected. The next oruer of ousiness was do clarec to be the election of clerk. Trustee Luckett nomiinate.l J. I'. I l'tzoera.d and Trustee 'ooper nitulatted A.. . ('an field, the preseont ineumibentt. A ballot being taken...

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. — 19 April 1895

THE SHEARING SEASON. aling orf a l'eel e Neatly and Tying It UpI Slentifilctl y. Thloe is llUoh inll the way a fleece is ·hlt(,i, rland alost as IunnIh in th0 Way i, ti d up for Ilmarket afterward. The eat, artistic sll rarpid shearer is shown S llth i I I ustration. Them slh-cp looks in this picture as if t, , the whole, rather enjoys getting I- hot coal. of wool taken off. It is safe t; t.he auinmal's skin will not be cut 1l1d ,nipped till it bleeds, neither will 0h, h',ece b torn and un~oven, lung in 'i place, cuti all to pieco:s in another. Srlt wichat to do with the fleeco after ithai h;en. shorn, a skilled breeder and wool ,iall writes in Tho 13reoder's (:a tseotr as follows: "I hliili preparing wool for market the dlay the old clip is taken off by keep ing the, sheep on well sodded grass and in lean yarl s, always well tagged and nov er allowing theon to get thin in flesh nor to be exposed to severe storms, andt breod log to secure a fleece denIse and well closed up to shut o...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 19 April 1895

Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U. S. Gov't Report. F .bj. Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE AMONG THE RAILROAD BOYS A ChangIe of Time Ixpetled on the Monltana i'etrtal About ,ay 5. Busy illles on the RIoa(-- IPay ihty WVednelhay--I'ershlal Items About 1), ] wat. The businees of tl- .lontana C(entr!l has been booming lately and month by month has shoiwn a steady increase. The receipts as compared with the samei months last year have in every case shown a very large increase, proving that busitess in (reat Falls vastly im proved since a year ago. Wednesday was pay day on t:io road and .\gent P'heeney was busy all lay giuing out checks. It was the heaviest pay roll for some time and the en ineers, firemen, and shop men were al:l down for pretty good-sized. checks. Tiie total pay roll disbursed by the company in Great Falls yesterday would figure up pretty close to 8:30,000. There is talk around headquarters about a change in time which will soon go into effect. It is proposed to chang...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 26 April 1895

M4ni Histo GREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE._ VOLUME X. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FII DlA lY A IIllI `.a;, 181. \¶5 .EM 48.. This Is No Josh ! Special Sale this Week of Boys' Waists from 20 Cents up; worth double the money. Also the latest novelties in Ladies' Belts. Drop in and see them. They are all bar gains, if you think otherwise money refunded. M. Kaufman 4dUK TITf bEý3T CIGARETTE SMOKERS '5 rdixa2y Itll PET CIGA SUPERIOR TO AL._ O l-ERS ABSOLUTELY WE What About That quit ? You have worn it all winter and through the spring mud. Let us take your measure for a Good Fitter and a Nice Wearer and at a very Low Price. Just drop in and see what we can do anyway . Schmnidt & llarbordt, Merchant Tailors. 3 12 Central Ave. c International Dia~ionary I vol ahl ittofie Selmol,and Iount. NeW frt Covtcr to Cover t)) st :dar, (1, tree I" ,uln",. rot.. ýI 40,l t 4*li' n1 Of IC t'4411 C~n 't14 0 ~,0004 Nh i ýI .o 0 '. 0400 of (14 tli nt 'ttr, oil. 00'nrd 404'this I(mi, ".;..4 r...rr"u111m oo044oo t...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 26 April 1895

BRUTAL ASSAULT The Mother of the Late Charles Stewart Parnell Attacked Near Her Home AT IRONSIDES, NEW JERSEY She Remains lnconscions and louise qnently There Is Much Mystery. Bosul:NTowN, N. J., April 1I.-Mre. Delia '. Parnell, mother of the late Stewart Parnell, who lives at tronsides, overlooking the Delaware rives near there, was found bleeding and uncon scious at a late hour last night by Chas. Casey, son of the farmer who has charge of the farm at Ironsues. While de scending the hill which makes the boun dary of the property formerly occupied by Mrs. Parnell's father. young Casey heard moans. Hurrying to the spot he found Mrs. Parnell lying beside a fence with her face covered with blood. By her side were two small pieces of board, a piece of fence paling about three feet long and a brick. Help was obtained and she was carried to the home of Far mer Casey. Dr. W. H. Shippe, who was hastily summoned, made an examina tion and found that besides several bruises about the face the...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 26 April 1895

RAVE HIM A PASS' Presldent Huntington of the Southern Pacific Railway Arrested for Violating INTERSTATE COMMERCE LAW Says His Arrest Was Caused by Pique-He Does Not Like Politicians. NEw YORK, April 22.-Collie P. Hunt ington, president of the Southern Pacific railway, was arrested today on the charge of giving a free pass to one Frank Stone in violation to the interstate com merce law. He was arraigned before United States Commissioner Shields. He was represented by Frederick Coudert and admitted his identity. He was taken before Judge Brown of the United States district court for a warrant of removal to California. The indictment against Huntington was found March 26 in San Francisco and a certified copy was sent United States District Attorney McPar lane, who notified the railroad president to appear before the United States com missioner and furnish bonds. When Huntington was arraigned Commissioner Shields said the only question be could inquire into was the one of identity, whic...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 26 April 1895

WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. DAILY. I WUKILY. One year.. e W O~ne year.......$.t50 Six months.... 4,141 I ix rnt..h.;1...1.00t One month . '15'hree monthe....75 One week .... .5 Single copy....... .05 Unless paid in advance the deily will invari ably be 5 cense per onth, anc the wet-kly $2 per year, $t fot sin a ooct ha rdem endre.ts per 'he 1`trauy ,!, p1 rtm nt no111 mioth.c 5lrntan a ca.ic tr IcS.fcPY paler1.1'.l Snhtcerator, I.. te'i. it ad`Pcs hovelr most "e"d rha it i., 11d e wt .a',e as the new sitret-.; this st'nit h Ibr~tcoet 1.ri,. Ili: lliltt1)15Nlc. Oreot F alls. Mlont. The treastiry deportment now odtnits that the deteit for the tiecal year will be $40,000,000. This is not much money but it shows that Mr. Carlisle made a mistake of over -40,00,t,00t, when be told congrees in March that the revenues for the year would exceed the expendi tures. Secretary Morton is a little more pro nounced than his associatesin theotlicial family of the president. 1le now declares t...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 26 April 1895

OF TH NEWVS WEER Saturday. April 20. H1. E. Sheets will leave tomorrow for a visit to his old home, Ashland, O. Miss Lula Armstrong will teach a four months' term at Truly beginning about May 1. W. H. Smith deeds to A. Nelson the east half of lot 1, block 127, townsite, for a consideration of $3110. Joseph Burkart deeds to Minnie Haul for a consideration of 8700 lot 10. block 172, Third addition to towneite. Our fine ducks, 5 cents per yard. Great Falls Drygoods company, 303 McKnight building, Central avenue. Z. T. Burton and wife of Burton came in yesterday from the new settlement and are registered at the Park. C. T. Woehoer has filed his govern ment patent covering the swA4 of section 2, township 20 north, range 5 east. Deering & Co. have filed suit in the district court against J. M. Gaunt for $3,763.83, alleged to be due on account. Max Oscar Lobe has tiled his patent from the United States covering the see of section 15, township 20 north, range 5 east. Mrs. M. J. Leaming ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 26 April 1895

ABOUT THE NEW HIGHISCHOO1 The History of the Nw Hc igh Schlol linihling Tra'ed eI roni 11, Start. C~tlhargs of' I1nokednteva Made Freely An investigatioi Is What iý Wantel. For a week or more past the air has been full of rumnor of crookedness in re lation to the new high hchool building contract and articles have been printed reflecting on the school board, the archi tect and the contractor. A T'nlii:iN. ic porter has been looking up somn of the facts in connection with the high school building and preentit them below, giv ing both sides of the case and leaving the readers to draw their own condu wone. One fia: appears with force in cononection with the controversy and that is that it is due both the school hoard, architect red contractor ani the public that a thirough and impartial in vestigation shoutl be wade into the work dune on the hign school building in order that any crookenlieee which ex iste may be oxptsed and the bIarne placdl whore it boloiit, or if none ox lets, those...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 26 April 1895

3kLP-fARR FOR DROUGHT. ((3o3g FH.' Irrhia( lou at a Critlijil ý3.33331 lo lth (:roll'( G3rowthI. ~o th3 ;xp3'rimrl31t 34t1(3(1i Hr~ 3,,331jl3'3Idcal3 (1ttention 1 toi 33tudifi'H jug 11333 3uoll3i(ts of wilt or rauqiriir 3r3333 crops3 for plurfect (133v(31(3 l wi'1 a13 t133 iJest ti33 a113d is ofipplyirlg it. It wo(itld ho 3033 sidellr 1333th(3 (33313113(ll f 'va mal ill irrigaltion1 (-ill lb sma033 us h33J.3st~d by Thu Experimni't 11 rIor. The Recordl vary tru133 (r,1331' 333 (3f ralinfall (luring a 333333 -,ny short p33rio(I lit a turiticaul stage3( 313cU 331 a1 cr33pil, fo~r instance,333 ti33331 o3f f33rmaltion1 of scurf3-(33Hy ill 33303311 reduc1titon ill yo313 and3( o f ('(op or in totail failure. 333314 relialj3he sa~f(gua3rd a1gains3t rri'8331 is irrigaition ll 111 o fo3r33 t33(. Is3 ti Osle 13to beli(eve that tho sys i~f irrigaion~l no(w (30 extensiixvi-y 33.3ri311(i1ly praclticedl inl the 3rid 333j3r1(l reg3ions ((aiy 13( employed null form n d on1( a(I Hsmaller scal13 3333T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 26 April 1895

ki ghe1et of all i.i Leavening Power. -Latest U. S. Gov't Report. O BBaking! Powder ABºSOLUJT'ELY PUR MODEL MONTANA DAIRY FARM Part, 4;iti~in's and P antle, Ihu:mehsus Ili< Iler' of 'ine It ;I 1. > li e 1.iL 1totilnrl td' About I000 is Ilert eri' I '2 V..ii 'etliy a .ts i 'i. re' 'rt 'r ite0 ut to ,iris i;isiin ia Sai I'i n i't' ranch, It is rill al the San I iioilie ranch hle tiause it !in largili in the north rud of tit' 'and Coulee vail't, but ac i, matter of fact it is but threit and a half miles fruii 'I r city. 'ow people who hive not visited it have any idea of thii ',rm, which comprise- 2,0ix) acres, r i the splendid hted of tine btred iati which Mr. Gibson keeps on the rai ",. The buildings conipribe a horse -tall' with about do head of horses, a piggery, where he keeps about 20 breeding Ierkshire siws, with a kitih.-t 'atar hell for cooking their food. a .rair i, creamery. rout house, carriage eked, resiileuice, blacksuiith sh p, stephini house for the help a i ijiua...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 3 May 1895

Mont Histodeual 5( SGREAT FALLS WEEKLY TRIBUNE. VOLUME X. GREAT FALLS, MONTANA, FRIDAY , MAY 3, 1895. NUM HER 51. This Is No Josh ! Special Sale this Week of Boys' Waists from 20 Cents tip; worth double the money. Also the latest novelties in Ladies' Belts. Drop in and see them. They are all bar gains, if you think otherwise money refunded. M. Kaufman TH I 1VAIiGESOF SIN ]intIic Trag-cey in hii hr VXs 'sy I v'roninset leinusiI a ' I c pie rigo~r a' AFmI]ISS WIFE AND MOTHER , I i i; lranto li it t 'I ;rd nae th .(d by t 1)ish ::+r h II ial;n+I. I . ), N 0 If; ashoot- r, t O ly Archt Brown w:: ; lot ri by ltto Gordon. Cordon b, ,f 'y Irowan. ir iown andl Gor on's 'a tro in a hoIe at 1,425 Olacijin in -tr t (or, in cauabt theme together. pi t attack- Brown ar orl -ho, Gio . ito, Is-own rolirnves l th 11V tan pi (,orlon. ICrin thn turned na V oll n c 3 I fi r liii Id cir id a huh- ti, sOtthi Arch I)i lrowon is a 4oc "r rd ti it.I -ciretary of C _Oernor itrown of to Inci Iiy. TIhle C, ir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 3 May 1895

STILL IN DOUBT No Definite News Itg iriling the Action of Iu,"gliii in the Nimargint .A lt ir. THE MONEY MUST BE PAID That This Mi.h.t lie Ihme a liely of Twenty-Four Hours Was Granted. .ts iiuroN, April A; --Owing to the good offices of The United States the landing of the It itish troops at Corioto has been postponed until the cimii;' midnight. A constant exchange of cable messages in cipher was kept up yester day and until last evening, between L nited States \ Anbaseador Bayard at London and S,-i-it ry ivs haii. Actin. opup a iiivu A t ihiantoin Ila) aid en-aiivored t- it lil from the British foreign oi -L a V v 'I'rN delay in the enforce unt ,f it uitinitiiitu sent to Nicar -ia. iiey ri was also in structed to oaki certain si gestiiis ro. gariting the payment of rho indemnity. The result of ties- iegutiations, brietly stated, is that Admiral Stnveneon. the Itritisli colnmander at Curio to, will not enforce the ultinatuni until midniight tonight, and it is expected Nicaragua wil...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 3 May 1895

NICARAMUANS Are Massed in Battle Array and Will Probably Open Fire (n the British IF THEY GROW AGGRESSIVE The People Generally Mustain Their Government in the Stand It lies Taken. MANAGtIA, Nicaragua, via Galveston, April 29.-The commander of the Nica raguan troops on the main land of Nic aragua reported at o'clock this morn ing that the British flag is still floating over the public building of Corinto, and the port remained in the possession of British warships. Among the Nicara guan troops and the populace the great eat excitement prevails and the feeling against Great Britain is increasing in bitterness every hour. The Nicaraguans are still massed along Paso Cabello and it is believed they may open tire on the British should the latter make any at tempt to cross from Curinto to the main land. Steps have been taken to destroy the means of communication with the interior should such action be found necessary. The British consulate in this city remains under guard in view of the ri...

Publication Title: Great Falls Weekly Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Great Falls weekly tribune. — 3 May 1895

THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE SUBSCRIPTION RATES. t IM ..WEEKLY. O hav '1r. h. . ii.ted .aation it. I a view , ivto ...t r aile t ,h i Nrtu, : o.,. Un1 t t,.ei ,i ,,. t .ý l . P l"!" In iii, vr if~ l\: .. r Fe i 'airth It eutts. ;he move iu :t good oie . I, union there ii strength. Now that tlt) hate gotten tsg the-r yet Ito to stick and work and they calle routupllish sUlllething. The pinto lcei lilti1i's is a safe gage l of the pro;perity of a ciniu unity. The J report of the great Itlls pout ttiuter for the year nndine March 3l, and printed yesterday. nt It. a mast excell.'it show ing. lIut h r the almoet total easeation of mails luring the strike lust summuer there would have leer, a most gratifying increase as compared with the huainess of the preceding year. 'T'his iv a sign that never fails. The United States district court at Helena tan made an order that in future 1 the wages of the employes of the North ern Pacinli will not be subject to gar nishment at the hands of creditors. This i...

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