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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 October 1892

THE COLUMBIAN. ; Businiss Mcn Witt Find ! Tut Columbian Job Orncr Equipped for First-Clabs Printing of Every Kino. It; Leads. I 0 "* 2 riNo of Every Kino. It : 5 s. send in Your Or- | l : ..J-'. SECOND YEAR. BAlJSTK COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1892.-SIX PAGES. NUMBER 43. OS’ : COLUMBIA FALLS. Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, : B. Tibbey : , L. C. Trent, : S. T. Hauser, : Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Win. KKAB, Cnnhlrr. Here flfe Ho Again! This Time With a Choice Line of Groceries You will find in this department everything in fancy and staple Groceries. Hams, B. Bacon, Rolled Oats, Corn Meal -white & yellow-Bar Sugar. A fine line of Whiskies for family use. llsati’ PrisBi DtpartiMt. New line of Hats, Winter Shirts, Shoes, Underwear, Gloves, Nobby Neckties, and everything you wish to make you happy. Hardware Department. This department is...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 October 1892

S OF THE WEEK. Martin Conlin is up from his Holt ranch. ______ Banker Wkipps, of itolispelf, was intownSundi^ Mrs. William Read loft Butto yesterday for Columbia Foils coming by way of Spokane. Call at The Columbian office and boo the handsome wedding invitations, visiting cards, etc. Missoula has a barber named Frodoriok Vonbissonbossen, and yet she wants the state university. President Talbott of the Northern International Improvement company, loft for a ton days’ visit to Butte. Mrs. L. J. Donaldson returned yesterday from- an extended trip to Pendleton, Ore., and other western points. David Plank of Genessee, Idaho, was among last Friday’s arrivals. Mr. Plank departed on Sunday for East Lynne, Missouri. Merchants of Columbia Falls report business on tho increase. The market for grain is bringing tho farmers to this city. L. B. Bunnell, of tho Bunnoll-Eno Investment company, Helena, came in Sunday evening. His company has a lino of securities in the valley. Frank Langford, manage...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 October 1892

REMINISCENCES. Many yonrs ago in Graham’8 Magazine Edgar Allan Poo said that Tennyson "as “tho most’ ethereal j»oet of this or any other ago:”; Thackoray declared him to bo tho unseat man ho know; George Eliot said that his dramas “ran Shakespeare'a close,” and Dickens, reading his poems by tho seashore; exclaimed, “What a groat creature he is.” The man of whom these opinions were expressed bos calmly and peacefully laid down the burdens of life, writes T. C. Blaisdoll to tho Pittsburg Dispatch, but, oa Horace expresses it, “he has loft for himself a memorial more lastlag than brass,” and the interest of tho mosses in that memorial is now at ita height. Some, at least, of the following incidents aud anecdotes are not generally known, and at present prove acceptable. Tho year of Tennyson’s birth, 1809, was a year in which were born many persons of geniits, Gladstone and Elizabeth Barrett Browning, and in this country Poe aud Oliver Wendell Holmes. Tonnyaon spent his youth in tho haml...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 October 1892

c Columbian. OIt**D.\KDrC»l.t«HKU Pt JOHN W. PA.OH3. A WlySKLT NKWSrArERDETOTEDTOTHE Interests or tub Flathead Keoion. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, .BY mail: Tlirr® Doll nr' P«rr jonr to Anri'. O. Ad.lra*. If I'.W In Adrniwo»JO«rr\par. Hlx Uontlu, in Ailrnners »l JD- . Tub Colon wan invites its patrons anil friends to send items of all kinds reyfardinK improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. EXTXUO AT COLUMBIA FALL* rOBTOFFICE UCOXD CLAM MAIL UATTXX. ALL ADVERTISING RILLS PAYARLE THE . 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, OCT. 20. 1892. Rear your children in the fear of God; when they are grown they will not fear the devil. Faulty hearing is not without its blessings. When a Kalispell man would say, “Mr. Rickards, aiut this the best town in the valley,” the governor would keep him • repeating till his howler was broken. The Knlispoll man would collapse. The Australian ballot system may bo like t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 November 1892

. ■ I liii- Thi Columpian Rcachi* I Wont Homes in the Flat* i head Valley than All OthEn Papers Comsinio. SubBcnipnoN Lists Open t» Advertisers^ •••••• = ^ THE COLUMBIAN. Business Men Will Find | The Columbian Job Ornct Equipped ron First-lass Printinq or Every Kind. It Leads. Send in Your Or- | OCRS. • • • * • « + SECOND YEAR, MBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. i. Dstui, : Butt*, Mt. lames A. Talbott, Butto, Mt. I. E. Gaylord, : : Butto, Mt. B. Tibbsy Butto, Mt. L.C. Trent, : : Salt Lake, flu T. Hauser, : Helena, Mt. Jhchango Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Win. UKA-Ii. CnsUor. INSUBiNCE. liUKS & FULLERTON, OUR MOTTO: ‘INSURANCE THAT INSURES." Rents and Bills Colleoted. Choice City and Ranch Property For Sale. Room 1, Cliugnu Block. F. 13. KESLING, MANAGER. THE BEE HIVE STORE We will sell you at low prices HARDWARE, STONE-WARE, GLASS FRUIT JARS, WOODEN WARE. TIN-WARE, CROCKERY, LAMPS ETC. Kit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 November 1892

• OF THE WEEK. O. A. L*oder has boon to Spokano on a business trip. John E. Lewis returned Saturday from a hunting trip. For sale all kind of groin bags at Now York Cash Store. The politician is abroad in the land itfeian you h have noticed it. W. R. Ramsdoll returned yesterday morning from a trip to Wardnor. “Going to tho ball this evening?'’ “No, tomorrow ovoning—attho Gaylord." John Fredloin, of tho lower east side, tyus among tho visitors of last Tuesday. Mr. Hainos, of the Goodrich Lumber.Co., Great Falls, was in town this week. Have you seen tho Police shoes at S3.00? They can’t bo beat at tho Now York Cash Store. Court business has been unusually good for the past month. There were many cases of minor importance. James Quinlan, who resides near Whitofish lake, is tho proud and happy father of a thirteen-pound Bets on tho outcome of the cnptinl contest are not uncommon these days and S100 a side has boon putTip, on several occasions. K. W. Augovine, candidate for auditor, was ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 November 1892

TALK THAT IS HEARD. Scores of times has tha question boon asked, "How is Columlria Falls politically t" To date no onolms oppearod with anything more definite than a guess. If party lines were tightly drawn the contest would be close, but there seems no evidence that partisan politics will cut much of a figure in Western Montana. The western voter is becoming an independent follow, and the number of straight tickets will bo surprisingly small. Especially is this true in the Flathead and Kootenai countries, and the scratchers will be out-iu full force this year. When the registration total was; known it was apparent tc several !o-, cal moguls that the registratiou-of i voters had focoived too little attention. For instance,there are at least 100 voters between Columbia Fulls and the summit who were not registered, while about 200 from the same territory, who should Iqtvo registered here, were run through hero by on active railroad official and registered at Kalispell. A list of those...

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

yrwy--; THE FATAL SHOT. Sho was tolling some people of her unknown critic,-to whom gho-soomed this strange^tory- . v Society was in a flutter of excitement owing to the suicide of Sir Liersted. The papers devoted column upon column, conjecturing and wondering as to some plausible mo'tive. Most adventuresome theories spread like wildfire from house to house, as indeed it proved the ouo topic of couvorsation at the theater, club and ball-room. It certainly seemed preposterous that a cavalier, heir to a title, healthy, rich, young and toGned, the idol of society, a man whom all envied, yet none hated, should end his existence by his own free will. Through extensive travel ho had acquired a certain sarcastic superiority without, however, the indifference which characterizes the society man of today. He seemed a man well steeled to life's disappointments, one especially designed to live. The early December morning saw him hurrying with quick, nervous strides towards his bachelor quarters...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 November 1892

LAID ON THICK, Clilcaffo lu Her Glory Sow That the World's Fair Foil Mav be Said to Have Really Itetfuii. ' F«l Illns Wimiru. s-rrmulii : ClilUImi «!id UuofTuaiMers Cullrcn ilio Orrat Krrup For Ihc V\*IHt* - Socioty sot tho glittering seal of approval upon tho world's fair. It was tho turn of tho people to express approbation, and they did it in a manner that will become historical of Chicago, comes tho word - by wins from Chicago. Of tho population ouo in twenty marched in tho parade, tlio other ninetoou, ro-infor-od by half a million visitors packed tho atreota, perched on tho roofs and window aiUa, and jammed the various stands along the lino of march. Tho gigantic procession, to tho number of 76,000 people, passed through the streets without delay, always moving swiftly. Tho crowd that witnessed tho procession was aomothing astounding. Chicago at different times has handled throngs of visitors but this ouo was beyond anything sho has over dealt with be- fore. It is estimated tha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 November 1892

The Columbian. 0<mD AXD rCBLIUISD »» JOHN W. PAOH3. A Wke*i.t NtwepirEH Devoted to the Interests or the Flathead Region. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. BY mail: LUr* pt* Jfr to any P. O. A«tdrp»». nU». in ndrnnte. IS Ccnl^ • oopUnlOcenU. The Colcvbian invites its patrons and friends to send items of oil kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Columbian, Columbia Falls. Mont. «XTXr*D AT COLUMBIA FALLS TOSTOrTICE AS ftSCOXD CLAMS MAIL MATTES. KEEP THIS IX VIEW. Those people who are inclined not only a faithful and efficient public officer,'possessing preominont- give (heir votes and influence to other l.r such capability, honesty and in- ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY. OCT. 27, 1NU2. TAKE NOTICE. Twenty-five hundred copies of The Columbian are printed this week. Every voter in the Flathead valley and the Montana Kootenai should have one. There is one in the postoffic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 November 1892

J Thi CoLUMfiAN Reaches | More Homes in the Flat- . i head Valiev than All Otm- : er Parers Combined. Sub- | scrirtion Lists Orcn to ''i'Advertisers. •••••• THE COLUMBIAN. Business Men Will Find The Columbian Job Office Equipped for First-Class PRiNTiNf of Every Kind. It Leads. Send in Your OnOCRS. ••#•••••• SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1892. BA-IsTK : OF" > COJJUMIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTOBS: K. J. Davis, James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy : L. C. Trent, 8. T. Hauser, : Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities ot the United States anil Europe. A General Baukiug Busiuesn Transacted. ■Win. ItE.VD. Cannier. INSURANCE. HAMS & FULLERTON, OUR MOTTO: •INSURANCE THAT INSURES.” Rents and Bills Collected. Choice City and Ranch Property For Sale. Room 1, Cliugau Block. F. B. KESLING, MANAGER. TILE REE HIVE STORE We will sell you at low prices HARDWARE. STONE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 November 1892

\ OF THE WEEK Vote for C. F. Sully. AT TICK GAYLORD. Hove O. W. Jackson of Holonn is in tho city- ' All my Lord ware at cost. C. F. Sully. Veto Tor C. F. Sully for justice of tko peace. Foathor pillows, one dollar at Sully*. \V. H. Houstou was registered nt tho Gaylord yesterday. C. F. Sully, rep. X, is the way your ballot should rend. For sale all kind of grain bags at Now York Cash Store. Mrs. J. W. Walker has recovered from a short but severe illness. Remember tho X after C. F. Sully’s name, for justice of tho peace. Largest and best stock of underwear in the valley at C. F. Sully’s. Supt.W. B. Green of tho Groat Northern was in town yesterday on business. If you want a fine suit of clothes mado to order at the lowest price. Call on Sully. Ike Groenhood, first Bozeman boomer to appear on the scene, was in town this week. George I. Bumbaugh loft on Friday evening for a visit to Spokane and tho Kootenai. C. M. Bernard came dofvn from the summit yesterday, and reports six inches of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 November 1892

LOVE AMONG SPIDERS. When n mail i* in love, according - Sea very oUlandmipoctabloauthority, lie- gpncmlly procooda to demonstrate the fact by making a spectacle of hrmscif. Mother Goose has told us all how certain nniphibinns do the same thing under similar circumstances. Prof, and Mrs. G. \V. Peckham.. o; Milwaukee, as the result of oxtondc<l and patient observation, assure us that the same did rule obtains in' another humble sphere of animate creation, namely, among the spiders. These interesting and imi>ortnnt .investigations ha\o attracted much attention in the scientific world and go far toward sustaining one of the important theories in the Darwinian system of ovolutiou. The theory, which has been the subject of much controversy among scientists, is that •the lower orders of animals are governed in their preferences of one another by (esthetic considerations similar to those which prevail among human beings, the handsomest, the bravest or the strongest of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 November 1892

l lumbian. A Weeklt Nevtspaper Devoted to the IxTcaem or the Fiutuead Reoio-v-TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, ■Y mail: •• io ndmncv, 71 ('•'nl". »lx E.mlhv In ndrniK 'TLt»»UonlKfc londn Eiacle copic* 10 e«nU. „5 , aS£rSd““o?XS regarding improvemejits, and occurreucoa which arc of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Coloibun, Columbia Falls, Mont. CSTU«ED AT colcuiua talu ronTomc* AS SECOND class mail mattes. ZuTADVEKTlSINr. BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, XOV. 4. lt<92. Every hiihi who is opposed to rings and cliques will vote for Frank H. Woody for diatrict judge. Ben Folk seems to bo merely a candidate. Secretary Louis Rotwitt is running like a “scared wolf.” Judge Frank Woody, on the dis trict court bench, will command respect and honor the position. See that you vote for him. W. H. Houston is the choice of the people of the Flathead valley for sheriff. They know he can be depended upon to uphold the law. Frank Woody commands the ad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 November 1892

> > 1 TMt COLUMHAN RCACHC8 | More Home* in t4e Fiati head Valley than All Othveh Parers Combined. SubBCRipnoN Lists Open to » Advertisers. ...... THE COLUMBIAN. r" Business Men Will Find -[The Columbia* J sssrjKrsST | Leads, send in Your Or^DE SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1892. 'NUMBER 46. balNk: OF : COLUMBIA FALLS, Columbia Falla^Mont. ilBECTOBS: fj. DbyU. asoMsf. Tslbott, S. K.6sylord, u. r D. Tisnt, T. Hsusor, Butt«, ML Butte, Mt. Butte, ML Butto, Mt. Salt Lake. Helena, ML Efeohsuge Drawn on Principal Citiefl cf tks United States and Europe. A Qenaral Banking Businoxs Transected. Wui. lit:AD. Caabler. mmi iim l FULLERTON, OUR MOTTO: -IRSURANCE THAT INSURES." Rents and Bills Collected. Choice City and Ranoh Property For Sale. Room 1, .Cliugan Block. T. B, KEBLING, MANAGER. TILE BEE HIVE STORE We will sell you at low prices •HARDWARE, STONE-WARE, 9LASR FRUIT JARS, WOODEN WARE, TIN-WARE, CROCKERY, LAMPS ETC. Kitchen Utensils of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 November 1892

OF THE WEEK. E. 8. Doyle, of Libby, WU* in town on Sunday. Her. W. C. Hale, of KnlisiH'll wns in town laaf wook. B. H. Bobut and wife of Kalinpoll wore in tho city Saturday.. Gcorffo 1. Bumbaugli retnnitxl frem bia Woateru trip on Tuesday. Frank Langford took n mu down from Spokane on election day. W. R. Romsdoll lonres on this even-, mg's train for Ward nor, Idaho. B. W. S. Folk and Major Baldwin of Knlispell wore Sunday visitors. M. Shannon got out in time to vole after nursing a mangled foot for throe weeks. Superintendent Green and Mr. Von Clove of the Great Northern were in town Saturday. W. H McKay and O. W. Rust wore down from the North. Fork coal mines Sunday. P. J. Walsh voted in spite of his disabilities. Ho came to town with his leg in a plaster cast. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Martin left today for Chicago where they will hereafter make their home. F. M. McKisson, a prominent rancher from the lower valley, was in town today on business. Wait for Nelson ft Walker's Christmas good...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 November 1892

HUNTED BY A HAD HOUND. ‘•Theman^oatorls roactf* I looked at tho Texan apprehenaivoly.. Are you certain!" I asked. "I know it. I had my suspicions yesterday, and now there is no doubt of it." This was serious. The man-eater was the largest and most ferocious bloodhound in Texas. It was hard enough to control him at any time; but mad—I shuddered at the thought! My week’s visit at thol&ltcra ranch had satisfied me that'my host really cared for only two things in the world his daughter and the man- eater. -Where is Miss Sallio?” I inquriod. anxiously. "Oh, that’s nil right,” replied Bolton, carelessly. “Sallio took her pony and wont off for a ride an hour ago, and the hound is safe enough. I took him by the collar just now, and locked him up whore ho wou’t got at anybody. But it breaks me up, old follow; I wouldn’t lose him for anything.” My intorest began to weaken. Miss Sallio was safe, and the dog was locked up. What was a bloodhound to mo! If the savage monster died, so ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 November 1892

< I ’ j N’rwsPArrRDevoriiDTOTnE IXTtRESTS or-HUE FlATHSAD Knoios. . TERMS CF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: ro^ardiutr improvcim'nts, bwi occurrouces wiiic-h »ro of inlcrOTt to the npople of the Flathead. Address all letters to Tiie’Coluxbian, Columbia Falls. Mout. CXTUKB AT COLUMBIA FALLS FOSTomC* •KTOXD CUM MAIL MATTK*. ALL ADVERTISINfl HILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY. NOV. 10. 1892. You will please Thursday, Nov. 24. give thanks on The Absalom F! Bray will not bo heard in the legislative halls this season. Oh, Absa—oh, rats. Andrew Lang complains that the authors of this ago are not capable of wriUng fairy tales. Mr. Lang has not been reading the American news- papers for the past month or so. Somebody needs a jacking up. The roofs of the great machinery hall and the fisheries building of the world’s fair are leaking after the fashion of sieves and the beautiful frescoes upon which artists have Iroen at work for months are ruined. The statement is going the round...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 November 1892

-y- 6H^cy i U Tmc Columsian Rcachcs ,) • I MonE Homes in the Flat- < ; i HEAD Valley than All Oth- 5 I eh Papers Combined. Sub- \ j scription Lists Open to J ) Advertisers. ...... , 1 - ; -.yit? THE COLUMBIAN. J Busmcss Men Will Find V | The Columbian Jos OmcE 1 Equipped for First-Class Printing of Every Kino. It, Leads '■{ OERB ' itinoofEveryKino. It J bsi bend in Your ORs. ^ - SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1892., NUMBER 47. : OIR : Columbia Falls, Mi HAS BUSINESS HERE. Onr Tom Itcturns to His AUunti-O ilcfttli Accjmlfmiileil. Su ’TIs Saiib'fcy'u Sfutoriul lice. ini mnil SixcucK, So Bar lo Kltbrr the Truilcr Pauluu or Villaluy In the Cmc of llldicivny. A. J. Davi, James A. J. E. B. Tibi I>. C. Trent, S. T. Hauser, : Butte, Mt. Butto,-Mt. : Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. : Salt Lake, Helena, ML uge Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Trans- acted. Win. RKAD, CaHhlof. INSURANCE • HANKS &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 November 1892

OF THE WEEK. J. A. Wataon, the drug saleamau, wm in town Tuesday. Turkey I Turkey!! Turkey!!! at the Gaylord, Norembcr 24. The Literary has boon revived and meets on Saturday evening. John T. Kooly, of St. Paul, was n^iaterod at the Gaylord, Tuesday. Lorgoet and boat stock of underwear in tho valley at C. F. Sully's. B. F. Tate loft on Saturday for month’s visit to Pelican Rapids, Minn., his former home. Marksmen will hove a chance shoot for a turkey next Thursday. Clean up tho old gun and got ready. Have you soon the Police shoos $3.00T They can't be boat at tho Now York Cash Store. Columbia Falls is now receiving and shipping more freight than any station between Groat Falls and Spokane. Petitions have been placed in public places ci this city asking fSr tho opening of tho world’s fair on Sunday. Many signatures have been added during tho past week. Wait for Nelson & Walker’s Christmas goods. Tho largest and best assortment in tho valley. On Monday tho runs of passenge...

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