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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 July 1892

Thc Columbian Riaohcs .> More Homes in the Flatmead Valley than All Oth- • er Papers Combined. SuascRiPTiofi Lists open to 1 Advertisers. • • • • • • |, —r~T7r5' ! f( THE CO-LuMHiAN. . Wien WnxFnuS x'.' . Jsii OmcE I i-' Firs»,Cl*b» f • tvinvkind. It SEND IN TOUR OR- j i *- 1 1 - > , Leads, send in Tour Or- i Tt OCRS . . SECOND YEAR. ITA-TSTK p* : OIP i 'COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia FallE, Mont. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1802. NUMBER 27'. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : James A. Talbott, J: E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy : L. C. Trent, B. T. Havser, : Butte, Ml. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of tha United States and Europe. A General Banking Buninoes Transacted. "Wm. HEAD, Coahlor. Harry i Pence, RealEstate ^.a-Eisrn?. Has for Sale Choice City and Ranch Property. Lota in Columbia Falla ranging from 1275 upwards. Desirable Rancher in all parts of the valley from $500 to $4000. Houses for Rent and Sale. P...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 July 1892

OF THE WEEK. Cox,of Kollspoll was in town . 4 „ < A. O. Bradlo/ of MissouU wm» in town Monday. ^ Chaa. Hack was among Uib Knlispoli delegation Sunday. F. G. White of Denver, was in town two daja this week. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Har.vood of Uio West, Kalispell, spent Sunday in Columbia Falls. License has boon issued for the taarriago of Eugene Despin aud Virginia Bichoir, of this city. The committee on speakers announce an oration on July 4, by Hon. L. C. JMco, of Lincoln, Nob. i W. Ponce of Hoquiam, Wash, brother of the Pence boys, arrived in the city Saturday and expects to reuiain here. Fred Morigold, the popular assistant cashier of . the Globe National, Kalis pell, was a Sunday visitor to the metropolis. - ■ • ~ Born to William Fitzpatrick of the east sido, a boy. Mrs. Fitzpatrick has hot been well, Dr. Coc being in constant attendance. Thos. H. White, the barber, has moved to the Lynch building, where ho has fitted up a very neat shop. Ho will have bath rooms running in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 July 1892

JONES’ SICK CHILD. - Senator John P. Jones’ recent purchase of mining property out west sets the gossips to work cu stories of his remarkable career. Ho is stockily built, deep chested man, with a trunk nearly os round as a barrel. His thick moustache and chin board and hair are grizzled while, and his face is ruddy with healthy blood. What a vitality and staying power ore in that sturdy frame. His shpulders are slightly rounded, but it is not the stoop of tlw midnight oil burner. It is the swelling and overlying of imiSclo. That' ridge was first majl^py tho swing of a pick in a imps: Thoro was a day, not majiy^care ago, when ho could split lly on tho wall with tho point of a pick. It would 1m risky to bet that ho cannot do it today. His arm is still strong and his oyo is as clear as over. Tho story of his sick child and its bearing on tho Crown Point Mine has never boan told in print. It was in 1870 that tho shares had reached their lowest ebb. You could buy them for $2. This meant...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 July 1892

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: Thrrf 7)nl!« If l'*W Tbr*'* MoutW In •H*.\ncr, 71 CcnU. bind* eopios 10 conU. • per je«r to nor P. 0. A«l JreM. I'nld in Adtaoce W.Wper Vrnr. Mi .Month*. Iu ailranrc. 51.'A Tin Columbian invito* it-s patrons and frieuda to aond items of all kinds roffardinj^improvomonts, and oocii[> people of tho Flathead. Adjlrt*ss all lottcre to The ColwOi Columbia^Fflls. j BIAN, , Mont. at cotriypitr ISCOXDjP^AM Mi falls roarornc* a» MAIL MATTE*. ALL jy' 1st SINO BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, JUNE 30. 1892. Let's have Mood roads on tho east side of tho bridge. A day’s work by each man will do the business. Tho republicans overlooked a strong, clean man when they recorded but one vote for Bob Lincoln. Tho number of east side people seen in Columbia Falls during the past week is evidence that the great now bridge is appreciated. There can bo no question about tho propriety of talking tho district judgeship of this or any other county out o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 July 1892

I - — .1 Thk CoiustniAN HtAciirr. ^ Mont Homes in the Flat- j MeAD VAClEY than All. Otm- j er Papers CswpiritD. Sun- 1 ocription Liars Open to Aovcrtiscrs. . . ... .. . ji' ■TI—. TTT ~T —,VK COLUMBIAN. Business Men Will Find ; ! I HI Columdian Job Ornot Equipped por First-Class Printinq or Every Kino. It .! LEA03. send in Your Orders , '^51* _s-Jf ■ SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1892.- NUMBER 28; balIstk; *: OK : • * 4l r ldi; Ooluinb LDMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. ro 7 _ DIBECTORS: A. J.'Dsris. : : Butte, Mt. James A. Tnlbott, : Butte, Mt. J. E. Gaylbnl, : : Butte, Mt B. Tibboy : : Butte, Mt. L. O.Tiwit, : Salt Lake. S. T. Hauser, : : Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities ol the United States and Europe. A General Banking BusinOss.Tronsacted. ■Win, KIUxVD, CnobJor. Barrf A. Pence, RealEstate ^AO-EHSTT. Has for Sale Ohoice City and Ranch Property. Lota in Columbia Falls ranging from $275 upwards. Deairaiblo Ranches in all parte of the valley ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 July 1892

WEEK nt tho Club. Barta will visit ti-u bj- Londjr c O. H. OroWTondT. E. Clifford of rarillo aro in town. Fred Langornion of.'Kaliepell was t visitor to Uio oiiy Thursday. For lubricating oil of all kinds £0 o Kfloon, Walker .* Co. M.D. Baldwin and daiifjhtor, of Kalispell, ware in town Tuesday. Wm. Prindovillo, Wm. Prindevillo, Jr, and L. Prindovillo, wore in. town with a good racer. Tho Lome of Holland E. Watts was made glad yesterday by tho arrival of a girl baby. C. E. Proctor accompanied Special Insurance Agent Neff oil his visit to this city Wednesday. *~ Prescriptions carefully compound*od at Nelson, Walker & Co, gingMiss Daisy Bamsdcll of Egan visited Loro July 4, and attended the ball at tho Gaylord. MUs Nellie Donahue of Egan attended tho Fourth of July ball, it being her first visit to tho city. For Rent. One suit office rooms; neSt door to postofilec. C. F. Fcllsktos. Everybody was pleased with the celebration at Columbia •'Fall.'. It was tho l>eet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 July 1892

m A PATHETIC STORY. Tlio old wan took tlio lodgoro out of tho safoand Uicn replBeod-lhom. Thoro wore twonty-sovou of thorn iu all, and in tho making of. oath of thorn ho had had n part. Half mochanically ho mounted tho well-worn stool again and gazed through tho littlo glass window out into tho groat warohouso for tho last time. Tho rooms were empty and desortod, for tho bailiff's sale, hold three days before, had cleared them effectually of thoir stock. "I want you to eeo tho list of Twichell, Clanco & Co., Ham,” the senior partner had said that morning, when ho dropped in to say good-bye. “You’ve been with us since the beginning, and I dare soy you’ll like to see tho old firm out. Wo'ro nil in tho same boat, howovor—you, who have lost tho fow littlo hundreds Uiat you saved from your salary, and I, who have lost my many thousands. Tho whole concern has gono to tho bottom, Ham, and tho shoo pinches equally all round. “If my name will bo of any use to you—though it is not...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 July 1892

L: he Columbian. JOKN "W. PAOIC. Vuxlt NswirATEB Divotid to Tin: I XT* BESTS or TAB FlATIIEAD IUoIOB. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. . BY mail: ycv to nnr r, O. AiIJroM. liraoeolUOprr loftr. Is. The Colcxbian invitoa its patrons •nd friends to send items of nil kinds regardinc improvomnnts, and occurrences which aro of interest to tho people of tho Flathead. Address all letters to Tub Colckbun, Columbia Falls. Mont. BKTBEHD AT COLCKOIA TAELA rOHOmCE AS ■ECOXD CLAU KAIL XATTEB. ALL ADVKKTISINO BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, JULY 7. 1892. ■i * ’ ■ * ■ ■ ■ V ■' =T= Judge Walter Q. Gresham said “No, thank you,” when tho presidential nomiuation by tho people’s party was offered. Tho judge has a pretty fair job at present. Tho colored boys aro getting to the front in more ways than one, Peter Jackson has whipped a long list of white follows, and George Dixon has just knocked out tho English featherweight. Tho fact that Columbia Falls’ merchants sell goods cheaper than any others i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 July 1892

* ,v v •> / THt ColUMOfAN REACMIS More Homed in the Flatmead Valley than All Other Papcro Combined. Subscription Lists Open to Advertisers. . 3 THE COLUMBIAN. Business Men i EQUIPPlD"fFmsr-Ci Printino or Every KitJo. It ! Leads, send in Your Onnract SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1892. BANK OB’ COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIR! IECTOR A- ifbfri*. \ James A. Talbott, : J. E. Gaylord, : B. Tibboy : : L. C. Trout, : : S. T. Hauser, : : RS: Butto, Mt Butts, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butto, Mt Salt Lake. Helena, Mt Exchange Drawn on Principal Citiee of the United States and Europe, A General BankingEusinoss Trans- acted. ■%Vm- READ. Cnshlor. Harry A,Pence, RbalEstate -A-OEISTT. Has for Sale Choice .City and Ranch Property. Lota in Columbia Fulls ranging from S275 upwards. Desirable Ranches in nil parts of the valley from 5500 to $1000. Hoimos for Rent and Sale. Parties -wishing to buy or rent will do well to «all on mo. 1 am also agent for tho Trumbull ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 July 1892

Cigars i tyBtgan. Frank Brown of Butt* is hsro for a fow days recreation. T. C. Hand and wife, of KaiL'<|>oll, wo in town yesterday. J. F. Pattioon ia orocting a place of businoss on Nucleus avenue. William Ward, of Egan, and Jack McCarthy of Domorsvillo, Were in ■town Tuesday.'■ • Bert Evans, accompanied by wife and baby, wore up from Egan yesterday. Michael Thorriault, of the lower valley, came up Saturday to boo the metropolis. William Taouhausor, of Great FaBs,i8 hero on a month’s visit to his parents. For a good drink of Budweiser go to the Club. Fred Merigold, E. H. Taylor and C. D. McCreary of Kali-spell visited Columbia Falls Sunday, making the trip on horseback. . Henry Kamsdcll sent ten gallons of choice straw berries, raised on his Egan farm, to this market yesterday. They sold rapidly at 40 cents a quart. The Club has Amihoiser-Busch on draught. _____ It ia reported that C. A. Nuss of the N; 1.1. Co., will move his family from Butte to Columbia Fall...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 July 1892

DHCLK SAM’S EXHIBIT. - The Columbian Fair la like Afrite In the story—haring once got out of the casket, it swells and occupies all the surrounding field and fills the whole sky and makes fa at its late captors who let it escs writes W. A. Croffut from Wash! ton. They feel that they did an im prudent thing, and, while the dragon roars defiance and refuses to be restrained, they hustle and try to raise to build a fence X'atuially enough, the central heart of the great Fair will- come from Washington, and this it which is in the most ad ran cod stage of preparation. The one characteristic of the gOTomment’s exhibit will be its pictorial character. It will be like a vast cydorama of illustrations and plastic figures, of the and the real. The finest and m precious of Uncle Sam’s sourer will 1* there, so grouped by arti as to bo striking object lee* illustrative of our progress. The pivotal feature of the fair will be the priceless relics of our rerolutionary history—documents which many...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 July 1892

sx people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. ■*TK1*D AT COLUMBIA FALLS TOSTOmC* AS nCOBD CLASS MAIL MATTS*. AT.T. ADVEBT1SIN0 BILLS PAYABLE TUB 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, JULY 14. 1892. The Kalispell Journal says of the celebration in that town: “The heat Vas intense and the dust stifling.” The experience of those who visited Columbia Falls was pleasant in the extreme. Harrison and Reid, republican. Cleveland and Stevenson, dem. Weaver and Field, people’s party. Bidwell and Cranfull, prohibition. The voter “pays his money and takes his choice.” Helena’s military post seems to bo bunging fijo for the reason that none of bor many millionaires are coming to the front with offers of a suitable site. Tis sad. Better move it to Columbia Falls. ^ The Canadian lawmakers are discussing the Chinese question, with the probability of a strong exclusion act being passed. Mr. Gordon, M. P, of British Columbia, made a strong plea for exclusion. Ho said t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 July 1892

y+r - f .;£ -■' :.'V •’ V A yC/2/C&\^H.€L^ ^J 7 Thi Columbian Rcachcs f. Mont HoMto in the Flathead Valley than All Other Papero Combined. Subscription Lists Open to Advertisers. . . • '■r'ftt: THE COLUMBIAN. SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1892. nu: • JBANIv MBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORSi A. J. Davin, : . : Butto, ML Janies A. Talbott, : Hutto, Ml. J. E. Gaylord, : : Butto, Mt. B. Tibboy : : Butto, ML L. Ci Trout, : : Salt Lake. S. T. Hauser, : : Helena, ML — Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Win. llliiYD, CnWhlor. Harry A. Peice, RealEstate ^.O-EjSTT. Has for Sale Cboico City and Ranch Property. Lots in Columbia Falls ranging from $275 upwards. Desirable Ranchos in all parts of the Talley from $500 to $1000. Houses for Rent andSalo. Parties wishing to buy or rent will do well to call on mo. I am also ogont for the Trumbull Shingle Co., and carry n largo stock...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 July 1892

nW Sun in from Libby J. M*rtin arriTod from W. A. Oonrnd of Killspoll, was a Saturday riaitor Tboa. Fi Qoinan of Loadrillo, Fa, arrived in the city Friday. - "Sl-'H. Burns, Kalispell, vms in town last Friday. _____ C. W. Hill of St. Paul, arrived in tho city last Friday. E. C. Oliver and E. S. Doylo rodo | to Kalis poll Sunday. Rend tho "ad" of tho Columbia Falla Bottling worts. Dan O’Eegan left with Raymond’s circus os far as St. Paul, Minn. J. F. Schrambling, wife and child, loft last woek for Sabula, Iowa. Chas. Lecdor’a mother and sister arrived in Columbia Falls Thuroday evening. Landy & O’Rogan moan business. Road their announcement. William Lewis is reported much improved and every indication points to a ipoody recovery. E. R. Clingan of Great Falls was in town last Thursday. Mr. Clingan is a property owner hero. N. Fullerton and wife, F. B. Kcsling dnd wife, were Great Falls people who arrived last Thursday. A. S. Lanneau, Ashley; John F. Lannoau, Woke Forest, N....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 July 1892

• . ■; THE SULTAN’S SERAGLIO. A little before eight o’clock n carriage tokos ua back to Stairtboul, in the company of an aide-de-camp of his majesty, the sultan of Turkey, and in a .solemn-looking deserted quarter with the grass growing botWeen’tho stones our coachman draws up in front of a formidable enceinte, reminding one of a medimval fortress. These walls inclose an absolutely unique little corner of the earth, the farthest point of eastern Europe, a promontory jutting out towards the neighboring continent of Asia, and which, moreover, was for many centuries the residence of the caliphs, in which they were surrounded by incomparable splendor and luxury. With the holy suburb ot Eyoob, it embodies all that is most lovely, most exquisite, in Constantinople. In n word, It is the old seraglio—a name which calls up a whole world of dreams and visions. A little gate is opened for us in the outer walls, and as soon ns wo have pasted the enceinte a sudden revelation of beauty bursts upo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 July 1892

invitos ila patrons i to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and oeourrencoa whick arc of interest to the people of the FlatUea«l. Address nil letters U> The Columbia*, Columbia Falls, Mont. OlTnUEO AT COUJMBrX rALUl TOUT •SCOHD CLAM MAIL UATTU. ALL ADVERTISINO BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. TtCDBSDAY, JCLY 21. 1S92. In this year’s polities the union and non-union workmen are watching the “way the wind blows” with more than, usual interest. It would bo difficult to discover any interest in the third party ticket in* this portion of Montana. Iho interest may be here, but it has not bobbed up serenely. The American people are deciding that the Pinkerton system must go. • It takes time to eradicate the usual evils, but the Pinkortou followers Seem to bo poradicating themselves. Kussia is getting to bo tough. A man living at Ekatorinoslaw lived 106 years and then committed suicide. Ho lacked nerve. A man who could stand 106 years in Bussia need have no terro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 August 1892

The Columbian Reaches More Homes in the Flathead Vallet than All Other Parers Combined. Subscription Lists Open to Advertisers CIS. THE COLUMBIAN. ? A- / •- J Business Men Will Find The Columbian Jon Ornct Equipped roa First-Class Printino or Every Kind. It ■ Leads, send in Your Or- _ - : i " * <r SECOND YEAR COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1892 NUMBER 31. bajstk: SURRENDER? NO! The Innocent Induced to Stands by the Gnlltv in the Guard Houses at Wallace. COLUMBIA FALLS, Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tiblwsy : L. C. Trent, S. T. Hauser, : : Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. ; Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. : Salt Lake. Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of tho United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. •\Vm. TtICA.D, CuHlilor. Harry A, Peace, RealEstate -A-GrElSTT. Has for Sale Choice City and Ranch Property. Lots in Columbia Falla ranging from $275 upwards. Desirable Ranches in all parts of tho ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 August 1892

f « 7-">7 ! WEEK; ' > n flying trip to i nt tho Club. G. Higgins of Misi on a visit to Libby. B. P. Bortleson’s now homo ou Xuclous nvonuo is approaching completion. President J. J. Hill’s special (rain passed oast Monday morning over tho Groat Northern. Tho Club has Annhoiscr-Busch on draught. Tho Hotel Gaylord has added two largo sample rooms for the accommodation of traveling men. D. 0. Archibald is out again after a siege of his old enemy, rheumatism, aidod-by a bilious attack. William McDonald of tho Volley house is in Grout Falls, where he went to meet his family. All tho famous brands of whiskies at wholesale by Landy & O’Rogan. W. A. Tucker, Alfred May and A. C. Stockton were among tho traveling men at tho Gaylord this week. D. C. Porter, of the First National Bank of Butte, arrived yesterday and will combine business with pleasure. Thos. Mathews, Frank Brown and C. A. Loedcr rode to Kalispell Mon day evening and visited tho Catholic fair. F...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 August 1892

THE CAYKRH1H THE OZARKS. k corrofl|x)ndont of lUo St. Louis Gtofre-Democro/, writing from Galena, Mo., says: In the deepest fastnesses of the mysterious Ozark mountains, eighteen miles southeast of this city, is what is perhaps the greatest and most wonderful natural formation in the world. The famous Mammoth cave, of Kentucky, has long been looked upon ns the greatest marvel of the kind in the known world, but its greatest depth is only nine miles from the entrance. Hidden away in the Ozarks is a cavern which extends over thirty miles and has ratifications, which when fully explored, will undoubtedly show cavernous chambers and openings extending more than 800 miles. Deep in the heart of wilderness ridge, the highest peak of that highest ridge of the Ozark mountains, is Roark peak. On the extreme summit of this elevated peak is an immense, crater-like depression, the sides of which extend almost perpendicularly down for a distance of 200 foot. In the center of the bottom is a narro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 August 1892

DTO THE Fathead TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: rpyjgJgjlLCCAdto-. regarding improvement, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Addroes all utters to The CounpuaH, Columbia Falls, Mont. AT COLDCBIA rALLA TOOTOTTICA Al> XCOJID CLAM MAIL MATTMM. ALL ADYKRTJSINO BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, JULY 28. 1892. July 19 was the hotteet day of the year in Now England. It was quite comfortable in Montana. Tho sexton sang: “I gather them in.” Gen. Carlin can now hum the same refrain with relation to the Coeur d’Alene minora. Harvard University has applied for 7,000 square feet of space for a representative educational exhibit at tbe world’s fair. Probably to play boll in. The dispatches state that Peter Breen is badly wanted in tho Cceur d’Alene country. This is tho first instance where Pete has been necessary anywhere. Tho house has refused to appropriate $6,000,000 to aid tbe world’s fair, but was not too proud to concur in the Sunday...

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