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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 28 March 1902

New Features in Pianos have the constant attention of the manufacturere whose output is rep resented in our stock and the best e sdopted, as our latest exhibits will attest. We never rest content with the triumphs of a decade ago. but offer Instruments of the latest construotlon, design and finish. You may see something new It you call. It's a real pleasure tfo us to show you about the plaee. Montana Music Co. 119 N. Main Street Removal Sale... We move about tlarch s5 to new Clark building, corner of Park and Academy. One-Third Off All Goods Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN. Manager 209 N. Main St., Butte, 'Phone 294 Easter Novelties and eards Booklets Complete and New Assortment at All Prices Easter Book Sale Ohe-Third Off on All New and Popular Books. EVANS' BOOK STORE 124 North rflin Street, Butte. EASTER Cards EASTER EASTER In endless variety EASTER and in many novel EASTER and beautiful de EASTER signs. EASTER Booklets EASTER Beautiful In execu EASTER tion, noble in sen EASTER time...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 28 March 1902

!llS IIJUK[ DILLON ~MAN WEO TaIED TO BLOW UP THE WELLAND CANAL. :JRISH NATIONALIST LEADER :Buffalo Express Has Unearthed the Mystery of "kari Daltman Now Serving Life Term at Kingston. (fy Associated Press.) Buffalo, N. Y., March 28.-The Express today publishes a story to the effect that Karl Daltman, one of the three men sentenced to life imprisonment In the Kingston, Ontario, penitentiary for attempting to blow up a lock in the Welland canal on April 21, 1900, is no other than Luke Dillon, the Irish na tionalist leader and famous as a close friend of Dr. C'ronin, who was murdered in Chicago. Three men were captured soon after the explosion which wrecked a portion of the Canadian canal locks. Two of them-John Walsh and John Nolan-were identified and their records traced. The third man, who gave his name as Karl Daltman, was a mystery. Two years ago when Dillon was a teller of the Dime Savings bank of Philadel phia, announcement wits made to his friends that he had gone to Europe. A...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 28 March 1902

iRAND LOBOL OF RATIIBON( SIS 1RS The work of organluing a grand lodge of Rathbone Siuters, which is the w6m en's branch of the Knights of Pythias, was completed in this city yesterday. There were delegates present from eight temples of the order in the state. Mrs. Dell P. Glasier of Iowa, supreme chief of the Sisters, conducted the cere monies and was the guest of honor at a *-eception in the evening. During the festivities of the latter she was presented with a handsome sou venir spoon and a set of smaller ones by the members of Herman temple. The omffcers of the grand lodge are as follows: Past grand chief. Mrs. Minerva In gram; grand chief, Mrs, Agnes Boule: grand senior, Mrs. Lillie O. Ross; grand junior, Mrs. Mabel Webber; grand man ager, Mrs. Mary Uhl: mistress of ree. ords and correspondence, Mrs. Sophia Davidson; mistress of finance, Mrs. Laura Harris; grand protector, Mrs. Laura M. Carpenter; guard of outer temple, Mrs. Laura Herron; supreme representatives to supreme grand...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 28 March 1902

Wi~p ,"I 1~ ,- w AM~~~j9~ Kid tiIllarmn, who rerently lost to Jerry Mct'nrthy In Utah, Is back In Butte and Is anxious to me.et the husky Jerry again. "1 see by th" paprns that Oglesby wants to fight me," said Williams yes terday, "antd while I amrn willing and ready to meet any of theml at lily weight, I would prefer to lake, onl McCarthl't.ty onrce' more. W\hen McC'lartlhy gained the de cision over ite recentlly, I had hcion knocked to my knee, and' stald there purposely for the count, for' I wanLterd to take advantllage of ilboult eight se'('cond In which to rest, After three or four Iecondls Mct lrrartrhy came to mite ii ian Wartted to help Int e upl. Of coutrse I re fused, as I wais lthere to rest, tlnd whler I was argtuing bath McC 'arthy to lit rre alolne, thre ,rlfIt.o'or coullntedl l tie outl. I don't think it was fair, andi I believe, I can defeat tihe' 'W alkrr ville' lP' t.' 11: outweighs meui by severa('l tpoutrndar, but I c[an lick him with a fair sHhow." James Murlphy...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 28 March 1902

iTN INTER MOUNTAIN'S I ANACOA DEPAIIlMlNT STEN WINNING OANll3DAT.ES * " * First Ward-Oharles B. Car- * * rther. 4 * Seoond Ward-Charles K. * * Williams. * Third Ward-A. G. McLean. 4 * Fourth Ward-N, Knudson. & S Fitfth Ward-Angus G. Mc- - " Donald. 4 * Sixth Ward-Otto G. Rine- 0 4 bardt. 4 *******, 4®"44004" [RROR CORRECTED PUBLIBHED PLATTOR3S OF BOTH OONTENDING FAOTIONB. SOME ORATORICAL UNTRUTHS Republicans Have Increased the Efficiency of the City Government and at the Same Time Re duced the Cost. (Special to Inter Mountain.) Anaconda, March 27.-In day before yesterday's Inter Mountain was pub lished the resolutions adopted by the late republican city convention; also those ac cepted by the democrats of Anaconda, giving voters an oportunity to compare the two documents and then decide which of them commands the greater consideration. A serious error was made at one place in the republican resolutions which can not go by without being corrected. It appeared in the following par...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 28 March 1902

MONTANAS AD PROSPECTS SOUTH Of BUTI[ HAS CEAS[D WORKjMIN[S NEAR LIBBY 3AU6PLE SHIPMENT OF OR FROM0 TEE HIGELAND. SAID TO BE RICH IN METAL Five Claims in the Group-Property Is Owned by a Company of Butte and Spokane Men. J. W. Phillips, secretary of the Coppler Chief Mining comnpany, has Just re ceived a shipment of sample ore from the Copper Chif claimn on Highland mountain, near Rutte, Mont., says the Spokane lReview. At-cays give 21 per cent copper, a small aimount of silver and a trace of ghli, (ir a total value of $53.75 to the ton. The lhowest assay was 7 per cent copper. "We have n six-foot payshoot on w\hat we regard as it contllnllloits ledge," sati F. M. Longiihore, It 'ustee of the corn pany. "This ore was taken fromn tih 1t00 foot level. We are now lsinkin ig I Iic w shaft to the 200 foot level, wher(e we etx pect to enc'ounlter the vein. "The new shaft is aboult 30 feet to the north of the old shaft, which was lhtin doned bec(ause f the nature of the ground. The new shaf...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 29 March 1902

BUTTE INT I _ MOUNTAIN VOL. XXII,- NO. 8 BUTTE, MONTANA, SATU IIY EVENING, MARCH 29, 1902, PRICEFIVE STORM RAGEID [URIOUSLY AND RAINFALL WAS QUITE[ I[NOMINAL BAfLROADS IN TENNESSZE ARE HAVING LOTS OF TROUBLE WITH WAS~ovUs. ONE TOWN WAS DESTROYED Harriman Was Swept Away Almost Entirely But Only Two Lidves Are seported Lost-Damage in Property Will Reach One-quarter of a Million Dollars. (By Associated Press.) Chattanooga, Tenn., March 29.-The storm last night raged in this section ftriousiy for a short while, t!th rainfall being phenomenal, almost amounting to a cloudburst, accompanied by lightning. Wires were blown down an I for the space of an hour there was the great est anxiety for life and property. Reports received from stations on the Tennessee river, and tributaries indi cate that at the points above here the rainfall was heavy enough to justify the prediction of a freshet of considerable proportions. Some of the smaller streams tr!butary to the Tennessee are out of their bank...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 29 March 1902

AS OiN[RS S[[ US dETTZSNPUE 3I', INf: AB-,R'S SILLY BUT YET INTERESTING Correepondent Asserts That There Is No Need of Gentlemen in This Country - Merely a Good Place to Make a Living. (Bly AssocIated Press.) London, March 29.-William Waldorf Astor's Pall Mall Gazette publishes a let ter from its New York correspondent which, In Its way, is quite entert luninn. The correspondent says: "At the pres ent moment, it is by no means a fore gone conclusion that Whitelaw Itcld would be accredited as special ambassa dor from this country. The outcry against his officially representing this country is so great that I would not be surprised to find the president eventu ally backing down on this point. "The truth is, Mr. Roosevelt is ex pecting re-election and the votes have to be considered. In this way, even the president cannot always obey the innate promptings of a gentlemant in extendlng the courtesies of this country. "Editors here suggisl, :inad they ought to know, that there is no need ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 29 March 1902

Moeataa's largest Grocery Mar.29 S Backs Qlality Ou Prices...... In every instance. Do not think be cause, our pr4ce4 arq tlow that The goods are Interior. Our guarantee that It will give satisfaction goes with every article you purchase. Notice these prices. Canned Vegetables "Thelma" Corn.We believe it is better than any 20c grade in the city bought outside of our store; dozen, $1.40. Can .......... 12%c Small Early June Pens, worth 17c a can. Our price ............12%c Spinach, one peck in a: can......25 Strawberry Beets, 8 pound can..15c Canned Fruit Peacock brand Peaches, Pears and Apriocts; extra fancy. Today 3 cans for .......................60c Charter Oak brand sliced Peaches; none better. Can...............20c Candy - Our candy department offers spe cial inducements today. Low prices for pure and wholesome cindtes are the cause of the large trade in this department. Fresh Vegetables Fancy ripe Tomatoes. Basket, $1.25. Pound ........................ 25c Fresh, white Asparag...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 29 March 1902

DAILY INTR MOUNTAIN twael.d vry voening, ssoept lunday. 'INTER MOUNTAIN PUBLISHING CO. Address all mall to, Inter Mountain Publishing company, M. A. BERGER, Manager, I6 West Granite dtroet. Butte. Mont. Official Paper of Silver Bow County and City of Butte. SUBSCRIPTION RATEB. Per year, by mall, In advance......57.50 By carrier, per month.............. .75 REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Aldermen. First ward-Richard Payne. Second ward-W. C. Young. Third ward-William H. Davitt. Fourth ward-W. C. Bachelor. Fifth ward-Al C. Congdon. Sixth ward-George Porter. Seventh ward-Hiram Henderson. Eighth ward-Alexander Macaulay. aATUill)AY, MAlt1'll 29, 1902. DEMOCRATIC MIlIORIUNES. There are abundant indications that the democratic party it IButte is work Ing under the malign influence of a flrst-class "hoodoo," which threatoe' to land the par'ty on the rocks on election day. The unfortunate misltake which oc - curred when that Initiative and refereon durn plank ,was adopted, the franllti efforts of the...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 29 March 1902

New Features in Pianos have the oonstant attention of the manutacturers whose output is rep resented in our stock and the best are adopted, as our latest exhibits will attest. We never rest content with the triumphs of a decade ago, but offer Instruments of the latest construction, design and finish. You may see something new. if you call It's a real pleasure for us to show you about the place. Montana Music Co. 119 N.. Main Street Removal Sale... We move about rlarch as to new Clark building, corner of Park and Academy. One-Third Off All Goods Montana Book Co. W. H. KLEIN, Manager 209 N. Main St., Butte. 'Phone 294 Easter Novelties and eards Booklets Complete and New Assortment at All Prices Easter Book Sale Ohe-Third.Off on All New and Popular Books. EVANS' BOOK STORE "1" North lain Street, Butte. Easter Cards Easter Booklets Easter Portfolios The Portfolios contain o religlous pictures of Cosmos Prints for 2sc Go Your Easter Cards Today CALKINS' BOOK STORE 81-87 N, Main St., Butt...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 29 March 1902

LABlORAIl EASTER SERVICES IN MANY Of BUTIT'S CHURCH[S .Tomorrow will be Easter and in nal the ahurchea of the city special services will be held appropriate to the day. In many of them excellent musical programs have been arranged which will make the sacrv Ies interesting as well as entertaining. The decorations in some of the churches are very beautiful and the profusion of rare Ilowers, lilies and ferns 'make a 7plansing show. St. Andrews' church, C'nterville, Rev. J. J. Bowkcr, pastor: 'Thoamas Itich, choirmantor; IEaister laiy order of arrv 1Ces-morning, 11 a. In.; afternoon, 2::0; evening, 7:30. Mornlng--Prtc.esslonal hymn, 118; liltany, harnmlnized; hymn after litany, 113; anti-communlion; hymn before sermon, 213; hymn after ,(ermotln, 121; hymn during commtunionl , .2r: re cessional hymn, 117. Evening- 'l'rce stonal hymn, 11i; r'spl)Oln.s 'lallii ; Mncg niflcat, "Nune I)im." ie.nlnett; hymn he fore 'rmlon, 11:1; hym11111n after ann, 112; anhtin. "I Amn II," thuit l.ivvth;" af...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 29 March 1902

MINER VICTIIM 01 STRAN[G ACCIDINT George Watson of the Moose Lake mining district is a patient at St. James hospital with both eyes palnfully and perhaps permanently injured. The accident, which was of an un usual and seemingly unexplainable char acter, was caused by an explosion which took place while the Injured man was shoveling in his prospect. Whether it was nn old missed hole which became ignited by concuselon, or, as the injured man believes, an explosion of gas, will probably never be deter mined. Dr. Donovan, who is attending the in jured man, believes that the best he can do for him will be to save the slght of one eye. The silght'bf the other is hopelessly destroyed. Watson is about 35 years of age and unmarried. MONrY N[[DED FOR SCHOOL PURPOSES Not many citizens have registered for the present school election, but a very important question Is to be decided by them: The registered voters are thought Sto number about 900, and It lies with these 900 good citizens to say whe...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 29 March 1902

/r isc 1k: 'I EA·~ ýýý New York, Marl'h 29.-It Is announcetl that the Coney shland Jockey club prac tically has decided to increase the purses of all over-night races for the coling meeting to $1,000. If this is done, It is likely the Brooklyn Jockey club will follow suit. New York, March 29.--Thonnas Shar k y, the pugilist, whose' salooni recently \ as raided and whoi was arrested later on a warrant charging hint w:ith con dueling a disorderly holuse, has tbeen held by the examining magistrate ill $700 bond for trial in the court of speclial 5sessionsI. l'ond was furnished. Jacnk Curran, champion 'catch-as catch-cantl wrestcr of 'Moot:laia, is in the' city looking for a nlatch with Tony liar ris, the C(ornishl wrestler. ('urran wants a siraight 'atchl-as-catchi'l-aun imatlch if l'ossihile, as he knows notilIng of t he Cornish style. It is likely that the match will be imade within a few days. Kansas City, March 29.-lFred ilbelrt of SI pirit Lake, Jl., yesterdaii y woi the 50-bird s...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 29 March 1902

TN! ITilf MOUTlAIN'S ANACONDA DIPARTMfNT THE WINNING CANDIDATES * I First Ward-Oharles E. Car- * Sriher. * Second Ward-Charles H. * 1p Williams. *ý Third Ward-A. G. McLean. * 1, Fourth Ward-N. Knudson. R Fifth Ward-Angus 0. Mo- 4 * Donald. * Sixth Ward-Otto 0. Rine- 0 * hardt. AMAT[UR SING[RS WHOSE WHO WILL TAKE PART IN "THE PINA1 ORE." CAST OF THE CHARACTERS Mlany of Anaconda's Well Known Vocalists-The Chorus Will Con sist of Over Thirty Voices. (Special to inter Mountain.) Anaconda, March 29.-The announce Inent that "H. M. S. Pinafore" or "The Lass That Loved the Sailor," a nautical comic opera, one of the greatest of Gil bert & Sullivan's successes, will be given by local talent, pupils of Prof. George E. lTerrill, at the Margaret theater, on the night of April 14, has been received in Anaconda with much satisfaction. Mr. Frank E. Martz will direct the music and is working hard to bring the choruses Into perfect condition. Mr. Merrill win act as manager and director behind th...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 29 March 1902

M OF M 11 STORIES OA I M'O NTANA I I iiIPROSPECTS AND I [AST SID[ CLAIMS THEY ARE BEING DEVELOPED WITH OLD-TIME SNAP. SHAFTS ARE WELL DOWN Four Have Reached a Depth of More Than 500 Feet and Will Prob ably Be Sent to the 1,000 Mark. Developm ntlt .or,tk io the "ulm.s ;Iat the cast sihk of th ,' I,it I: lprogr .r.s'ing. with its old-lin t i\;'.r tull is ll. k d by faith, hope t it. I titv y. T hi II' ' , shafts on the lrr'", .! y Ih,tigl t by A.\i. Franklit n Fare' ll '1'" A\n\ iai , ('luI., :I'rt being delpencd nith r-imiirkablu, rItphl Ity and wivlle th.e \\iu k is costin. g M1r. Farrell consideraibl, tit'iny l t, l geI t llt man knows \ hiut hi- is d-ling and i: riot objecting to tltt' ' nit' . 1i tI, shut ft Is now about 7i 1' fl t m tl tihe, o thr I, - tween 500 and G00. At the l'tcille, \thii ih , . n th,.' wttli ern slope of lt . hill lih t I",p r'l , H orse atind a l' k yol' t ll lll . I : Ill iat. Is in pro t'gres .s 'ltl i, : I-fot i Iatioll. T he iotll ipa y I,,p 'rtl i h ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 29 March 1902

1 SOCIETY NEWS OF MONTANA. 4o OiViiiOO O O t OO0iil l Mijjoula. (Special to Inter Mountain.) M ISSOULA, March 2B.-Snow and Easter hats are the order of the week. The airy nothings serenely show themselves when the*le anents rage and Easter bids fair to be a garden of roses on the heads of Missoula beauties. After Easter there are to be several public dances, one by the order of East ern Star April 10, which Ia certain to be well attended. The clubs met as usual this week, the Needlecraft going to Mrs. Charles E. Dorman's on the South Side. ThurSday afternoon the Treble Clef met with Mrs. J. M. Hamilton in the Union block. The club has had no meet ing for about six months and there 4s row a determined effort to reorganise. The children's fancy dress ball will be given Monday evening in the Union opera house. A minuet danced by, a dozen little ones from 4 to 7 years old, is, :the principal attraction. This minuet is to be led by Bryan Mahoney and Katha ryn Donohue, tots of 4 and 6, wh...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 29 March 1902

~P~L~PI~ 0' ;1 ES -· (A )I- ~I PID~CI~Q O t, Y '!I iJOý / I ELF the Atlas club to elect Its offieers and the Homer likewise and an nual elections will Ie finished. The Woman's club yet has a fighting chance for excitement-the delegates to the biennial nlnd thlii.e long talked of trustees must be elected and then peace will reigni--lperhalps. The biennial is pretty well to the fore, however, and Is It subject sure to conme up when a numblller of the wonlen of Ilutte git to~gether. It seems that imny will go who at first did not Intend to; just to obsl'crve the nmaiitiner iI which Eastern club women conduct affairs. The clubs of Butte, with the exclption of the Woman's club, are all small and rieqluire little finesse. It will be a lib eral education, however, for all wornen,whether they are club womenri or not, for not only club women, but manly of the most noted wonlnl of the day will be there. According to Biennial Session. According to the forecasts of the biennial the "civics" ses...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 29 March 1902

di? ý-ý- II U I~ 4; * OOMING ATTRACTIONS. * * Button's Broadway. * * March 30 and 31-"When Ruben * . Comes to Town." * * April 2 and 3-The Butte Min- * * strels. * * Maguire's Grand Opera. * - Beginning March 30-Bandmann * *? Stock company. * * Union Family Theater. * * March 30, 31 and April 1 and 2- * - "The Eleventh Hour." * * Anaconda-Margaret Theater. * :- Dark. B , B UTTE theaters have continued com paratively quiet through Lent and especially during the past week, but many good attractions are promised for the coming month. It has just been announced that Fred erick Warde will play a return engage ment here the latter part of next week. The eminent tragedian always finds a warm welcome and a crowded house In Butte. *.* The Butte minstrels, an amateur organ Ization, is billed to play at the Broadway two nights, April 2 and 3. It is composed e.clusively of local talent who, the pro inoters of the affair say, sing and dance well and give a number of pleasing spe clalties. There ...

Publication Title: Butte Inter Mountain, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Butte inter mountain. — 29 March 1902

I II IIII JI~l7 II ý .: . II ýý ýý " H C(LY WElK',K 1 is aI'tiayI the very (liihti'5t, qtiietest week of fithe year In social Ilr .les. Neither I:pliis'o itllIins nor 'atIholies wil give or attendl any futnc'tiot of Ia so'ial n tiliri whih Is :t :i ill fori al. This weiik has beein Holy Week wrill kept Indeed, for Oit olne lI ige affair can be chronlel'hld. If It wt ere not Holy Week the (ihath of John Noiye, cutldl have nale thlie week quiet, for even the dinners and luntheons for which invlntlhions were Out Were postponed by the lgilon of frltntils aind the deal hioneir's family. The two coninlled have ma'lle the ll, of soi'lty ieditolr a silnee'llr ils farll as writing g 'es; but It Is doubhly hard work to fill thie ,, l insn. Were it not for the gloriouts promise of E::sit'r briials, 1iife'r l.iaster gay tlh's, one would be tempted to sit down and weep. But hoIpe s'prinigs ieterI anid theroe is nothing like ta certanlty of inltprovetnent. A Gay Season Coming. From the thit chat ...

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