The Columbian (Columbia Falls, Mont.) 1891-1897, December 03, 1891, Image 1

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pitiapqi Oil of the south silt.. The rods weig,lied over 150 pounds each, and falling SO feet they erashed into the false work with awful force. IN. The Northern Abstract Company. heavy timbers were knoeked out And without a second's waive the mass of timbers creaked and fell with an aw- ful crash. The distance from the SIDNEY M. LOGAN, water to the span is 90 feet, and the awful weight plunged into thestream below carrying nine men with it. The huge timbers were bent, twist- ed or broken like reeds, and it is U. S. COMMISSIONER, simply miraculous that any of the workmen escaped death. The mass of timber had scarcely settled in the water when the work of rescue commenced. Every one of the forty workman on the structure hur- ried to the wrecked soan. Brownlee WM; beneath the %rater and near him was the body of John Pooley, both the latter nearly covered with water, and limbs and body of both were pill - IN REAR OF COLF3IBIA norm.. ioned by the heavy timbers. It re- quired nearly an hour to rescue the bodies of the men from the wreckage. CONYENIENT 111 CEN The bodies of the three men who had ° ' s.-; TER. , apparently met instant death were Hones and Rigs Allealed to H i terribly mangled. Their limbs were all broken or crushed, and the wei,ght First -Class S113DO. of the heavy timbers had in addition pressed life out of the bodies. Of the six wounded men only Stew- art was conscious. They were taken out of the wreckage and tenderly car- ried to the camp, a quarter of a mile ARTHUR HASKILL, PROP. tlyvny. Two own were dispiitebed to c o m er Tahi cs , Ea s y p - f . 111 railroad comp:inv. A 71 ' tal);a• . .:111:11:•,4 , Tin . . , Ipd %N . Chd11180 Be[lSrii1ff,lifIttrp.;cP Ili,. and rim,' III:II N, II t ...uttium.,..a, romor \ 1(1 lit'' lc• I I I:'1' HI1 . 111•'. ear , .•:: • •• 110.1 ....Imo) ; if Iii iii- i j?l Illil li I i ! !! .. 1:10Y even Etik, : ii If 1)11. 1„ PHYSICIAN Aid SUftGEON. Th, ii,h ft lel; fr;tetar 4.11: bac!, injaii..1. ()llice Conlin 1)o; th;H , bfokea. I' _ THE COLUMBIAN 11FAVIIES 11101111 FLATIILAD 1103ms 'Iii %l ANv Otittat Ptiqat. A 4.vElITISERS l'NE IT. Fi UST 1 . IZ. N k. 1 ,. COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. tarft•••••••• 1)1 IlECTOICS: A. J. l)aris, : 1;sitits, Nit. .innics A. Talbot), Ilsdle. Nit. 1;aylord, : : Pottle, :11 1. II. Tibbey Butte. \It l. C. Trent, : Salt Lake 8. 1'. Itauser, : I lelena, \I I. ElellillTge Pratt ii loll of the I'Mleil:-;liste•4 a ml A 4 Ieneral Itanhiug 1111.:iney:T,.aits octe(]. ‘4‘•I i.\ I ) 4 t . :1 , 11111•/ . . hem Largo Assortment,:-:-Lateat :-:Lowest, Prices! THE COLUMBIAN. MIlEtt to BEAT CONWI'AN'f ADDITION h#,.,...I itI ILUNIIIIIAVS 0;ill I. AT till, LI.1i .11M 141.1A. (1)141'1110,1FALLS, 11()NTA NA, TIII'INDA 1)1..(131111..1? 3, 1891. N I M 33. • A 150 -foot Span of the North Fork Bridge Falls, Carrying Nine Work -- men in Its Awful Wreckage, KILLING TH Two More Die from Their In- juries, Making the Death foil Five. Four Injured Men Still Alive With Good Chances or Recovery. Etrly Salsirday morobig rilizens %yen. Matt led Its Ilse rumor that tsi u n • . 1 men had been killed al the North Bed Room Sets ill Endless If arithl, 1 , „0, bri(! 11 , 0 11.1' OM t r i l l ;111 1 l'4?iff• l • 1: W oder I he and Pillows. 1)taviter tta•ed; three ! D. F.:44! ITU. \tI It4irtn Iroleet. 'flit injured ri,n a•••oi.:'; along aud it i•, the . itt(1.1,.,a-at (,1 1)r. Fairfield that will r•y,),.:e.. Th- :;.id All accounts ag•ret. it; 10 I rittriP Of the a‘vitil a(cident. 'Ile. spat) tim- bers Itial been plae.al 11e10,4s to the Ive.t approach, and the entire Sliall r)1) f4...1 lotig, Was resting Int (110 fat :e Ivork. The Ire 'a were I'W!:Igv(i in pulling. in the braves, toad by noon Saturday the span would have been safe. John Pooley, one of the men and a eonirade, wt.re wheelieg four of the huge aids oa to the span front the we:it appriiaela From the approaell I ( I 114. (10..ii or 111. spa n \Vas a slight intlitie, l'ooley %vas trundling the dttily load- ed %vith the iron. In some manner SNIII11 ()Li REAL 3 and 1 iturance Agents. COLF:4111.1 FALLS, no -r1 11 Ti i.k kJ? t NORTHERN ABSTRACT Co., Abstracts of the Northern Por- tion of Missoula County. ANY' INFORMATION cone •rflsifl,. from the rniteii ! Minim! Transter.. Wilwr : 1'..441. and Quartz lioentioto., told voy iIJfIrn found on the County lieeord,; can be III ii at our office. IlliM 61 . 1 an d 1h, TEN MILLION LO!,!.!. RESERVAITTON Burch hurried to) the The,' at lendest the %voutash-, ul Ihe men. In lift . v.ieven blanch p4:,11)1111,.... under 1 h.. e.,,,trol of the main office the I 'hi 1 110 meanti me a titc. , :licot.ccr 1511 , .1; , 1#:tidied to the cmi of tia., (till It liii The National Gratt , :r. Prone.,to rair„ ,, i , ‘%iii 1,.% , :di (01,1,, , h. I li /A . 1i t o b int 1 0 1, I I II r r od, 55 k and Ian kick sslillate the ',torte:no., 4.1 item - 141141 Iii a' it. lin. 1'1)11441 Slit14.-4. in•I'S 111 1;1.1 1.4•1% I II1e1.4,1. h i , I ,\ ,11. 1 ' ;/• /i f• rig l (Or 1)r. Fairliels1, bringing him to the (111111 Ill all in' 0.11de :18.4.41. Ill- toriv- 4.41 11.114n, and is 00.1 hing posiii bli; ‘‘. 1 .--; done for the injured men, 314•N ;illy awl ('ii lieu were injured be- yond hope and (hey' died during ths, 110 iii,. on the varisnin contracts for Hie Fastpris'. Eat 1 . % Monday morning the 75 men Pinter Bros., inet at the North Fork bri41'. and preparatioas were 1111014. Iii inter the dead workmea. Under 314•Malion hall charge of the sle laihi and lt . s 9::10 the bodies had been placed in fill• Four wagons, containing tile bodies. Martell foul 'id unibia Falk, hill, styes' hy about 70 bridgemen iii doable file. The cur lege left North Folic about 104i'eloek, an it iii here about I. The perces II lit iii,o11.11 iii ot% 11 1 110 railroad gradii Ii the I 'olunilpiit cemetery. The 1)1)41 hid in the new made graves I) ) men who had liven their (sitar:ides in LI,. There W.•i , ' tit) 1 , 1 . 1.111011ii.!{. Ina h(1 , 11 1 ' ‘V:r., 114.1 yrIlit•less, very 11111 u!'' Th.' \I 55i.r1, cli Mill Ii- illg1•1111.1i 1)1 , ilic a nd iii rroup:4 rebutted to yawl,. hi Tie. the vvork Ill I - Jill? . itu Ii. 55115 IVtii11111 . 111. 111111 011 the batik of the river /MS I /1.011 Ilt N)Itly indeed since the ;mild Ilecident. The Porter Itrotheri #141 everything IHIilile that (4101 1 ) ;• 1 011 1. ill I Ill' tr . t ing time. They felt the Ileath 441 the ‘vorkeilai VI't y keenly. 0 WI W0111(I Ill- O.-. iv. a pivayIIII.• 1 444 1 flu. 4 4 1 bo mo t 1 )0 . '1 ii vri il NlovrtN.t, , ',I! Nil,. 111 N1 issort,v. 8 ' 4 At 1 1 44414.n at ( ie the e‘catty itf Nliasoula 111111 al I. on t he 3111 Is day If Niiv , riber, before jast;e0 of the piens. ill aril fin. 'aid (sanity. awl acting it‘; 1.•1' he Or ‘‘'illjafil .1.611 l'; , oles, II ugh Brown 1 ; Low, I 11;.r. by I hi. j .1 r i ir.., • here - 111 ,5 0 The $aid jurors 111.1111 • II • 1L hal 11149 Najd will came to :11e0 do:t! h , a: Ile. day of \'() A. I). laal, Itotit itri accident 11,ii 41.1I lv the falling of a 11/11,41re/1 ;wit lint, fool SIUtI 4,1 !Porter's 1,..alge aero ; N Fork of the Flat • N'.? ii Fork, the eiall and oil fie:•. . •,, . •' l ' I ' . r: 1\1\ l'..1, . ' r ,i\ It, , h11 '. 1 r \ r Patrick It Man, ati old 1 iiit , , miner ii s . l , .\ ,,,, N. ;::!: . , , b i,i . I ';'; , ) , .. r, !;:. 0,1 1 , 8 : , 1 ; , t ii i .i l i , \.';. ii ` , :: • ' I ' i n il ' ;1 \ 11 . ::: ‘ , i d ' ,. 1 \ i\. :. ) ; i l ' ; ' ,.. o - ft .), :r i ,; \ r 1 f il a ; .. ii i , .: 1 , 1 p i !:: ' .• toOrtt , :age , ; Oil their laral as s een ra ii ., of 1)itiniond ( - it v, 'vs.. Io ni a t o 1 1 1 , 11 ,1 I, :;•tiis,ii,e,• of 1 54. applieal 0 /II of Cu , P i ' ' 11 “ . ' .11f . , '\ ''''''' 'I' k r . 111 `, ) 'I f ' i ll' Thi. or.aitiized granger.; believe ill lli • ..8 bin 111.81 . 1 leleint. in fit\ laud 1.4ati ide:. Its a Vat 31011'41;w, ;in old inan of aboin I. '\ ' f '..'\. ' I '''''' I ' 1115 0 `1 11111 ...'\i'lv 1 1. ' . I ': t .' .v ' t ,;,`\ II “,''' .. ' '',' f \\ It ' la \' certain etaieil, and they think that 70 years, was iiro., % • n ed i i , ih„ .t.,,p,,.. flit lilt Ill° :fro'A .1 14 and develop:10-ot o t • \`'r Of ,\l' \.\'\\ I' . '\i r. lilt . .. 1 ia . eIII it . \ f'' '.. -f; , .(11• TII\ 41.1.1(11 . .101! 4', . For po r e alii .1,y and a iii;• , 4 elq i tr, What is good for the bankers i,liolifil Aolie river. . i• ,ir, \ ireet. rani not be de..i.al the farmer,. 'I li.• A mall named 31 Marti 'Nits !tilled ;:, ail \' I.I th \ a '' . '\ uial i ' a ' ;.• ac li . ''P \ I II \ P i b.Y (;rang.. is mtrotig in Ohio, awl „ill Living ,. sim ,,iiiii. alt,.iiiiing a row.rit. pariait by inellitlis, , , ...;t1,,,, ;11 I ,. ;\:\1 1 \''''• \rye the eity of Columbia Falls, 1 'rho NI. AI. Co. t:Oli i hosise,i-i this use its hallsastiee ag - a i ivi t I hp 1 - 44 4.1. .. III. Wit.; (I tit' in:\ it 41ilil; , !..1•, OW ill l , o• . . ( )110 %V ., 0 ild nattir.sily :.., 11 , 1 ,,, 4 , t h at 1 .. , .eek. It , •ad 1 1, , •ir lull. tims of Sherniais for the part lie 1,,„!, , took fright and ran a-,vay, thrown': it w 1,1 1 1,1 I jo l itu p•co . ,;.ry f or potifilv Ill faieling the national bank dela 1,. .\ , 1 \ 11 \H Ills beiol• 1,.) , • All tigent svill be appointerl in earl, ' riill Davis, al, cheaped convict III f l : '\ 1 ''''' 1r ; I I L. : \I‘: ''':. (!' ( ' r ( , 1 \(_.(Iticti()I1 si,„...,, find one the finan c ial i „„,.d. obe. a hors\ stt Ariiiii,vton a 1,111,1, '''''' I ' ' '' ' \ '' ''' '' ''''' 1 ' 7 f I of the farmers aml report to the coin .. 1 1. 0.01 , ago anti left for the Judith. Ill. ,,:,1 1 1,.,, ,; ,. , ,,,, . , • , sentative will examine the t,t!,-; and ! and %till be returned lo the pen to ;ill, r , . r . ' . • CLIC:)T iiING • parry, la making loan; t h.. ropr o. I was arre , ,led by 1) , •pitly Sher ;if Ii''.. . I wo , . .:. • . .. , .1, !.,: ...,. i . ? ,,,,,•! . bead r;',.• , ., • , 1, , witt eight mils-, ea , 1 of s \\ °lilt \ v \ r Y thin g i ' i . ' !i '1'\•'''''. !serve out 1,1.-. unexpired time. #',,I rini L,, l'. 11,.„ t o the dist:tuts. of alit out (r4 i H. The fulling \r said fl.thim. , ; of basic (I1 iron rothi of the e iiil lily bul14.1 in giving the conditi on unroofed the 111 11 I')) i,,.. i ..,., 51114115111411 lieiti;\. C31151+11 by (I I I! fill•itli• II I; L i Ill' their Ii III :;, :1,.• elatter: of the foreign marliet:;, the tonount of A ranchos :us named .1nder-. 011 coin W . ; . .. !., . eiVlit o a f b pounds oot 1,000 entire , weight, and strikbor certain timbers .,Itilerican ritrIll p n d :m r O tlij(.1:, s0 1 4 1 a y //11111.11 • i i i,•jilt. a t i la , c;t ili I , „,( : ,..,1,,i II . ., f.. .... I 115, .:- iov:, i , p ,. 4 :,.. i.• •.:, 1... e t •.. •. . . belew, causing the false %vork to girt. discrini ilia) imis agaioit, Ow l' aii k e ,. Iiittr-,elf iti the !wall, a‘ay a hich supported said span of gratwers. For example, En I aid was Tile AfIssoul'i \lei 1111, I'll, 'II (\' ‘..;,' '... ' . said bridge, said aecident being cams ill the habit of gtittraiitiniii;. ; .‘ 1 the 2st t t ,.I tot. Will il 10 o'elocli ar ••• ',', : ' 1 .., r i_ tst without the fault or blame being attributed to any one, and not front „ earl cattle. It 4.0.41 front ......4; to :i7 1 ,4. 1 . rived. Me ;sr...i. KOJI/p.(1y 4 . i z Mif e h e li ,t • A n ih o w ,. 44 , 4 or ( 1,.fki,„ ney o f any tie ,1.1.41 to have m the releiisel. '1•1,0 had iSPi not Illi. I hi. 111011* .y 1 0 pay tip. part ofth he. false work or any other (!antirlian cattle front a British prov . claim of the First. National bank and ... • i .. pert or tho construction of said ince w e r e ad m it 11. 1 1 if they p as , 4 1 il l , Ile , sheriff to /k possossion. :::., 1 Ili , ' . •• ly. , A;41.. In tc , stimony whereof tint sant „ inspection. The (!trattge laid tip dieing and bar roans were 1 , ,ekt.ti up matter 1)4.fore Secretary Mel, ,. It ,(1 obert .1. 1V alker of 1 14.14.tia, jump- . I: i• .. • • jurors have hereunto set their bawl this :10th day of Noventher. A. I). 1891. all Het was pt '41! requiring' the in- \d from the third ..1 , ,.: . -,c itido.,.. of ''' '''• ' ' (SIGNED. I .:‘.. II. !torch. C. F. Sillily, spection of cattle hero. be!'ori• Iirolcri Ill' ! Partlii(! Mold( S•k I, -pit al at T. - ''. ''' • 1'. II. handy. r. F. Fullerton, 31. Me- 011 111st ships. I'll • Eiiglisii had no coma, to the ground. 1.,:i . feet be1.,i...... .• . . . ••.. . . . • .,• •, J. E. LF.WIS,,...•!,• . :: ,:,!..... i n further need to (putrantine Yruilii••• ills !lock an(1 back , Ilist ice of the l'eace cattle, awl the practice was stopped. itirod try the fidl. an ; .1. -p.te all p , ,,- I„ .. Acting as Coroner. • :I ill. 1.1111 whit-li, tv;.1- ; a•. i f {.•rocj, 1,,, fli,•, .1 ''!• !! ! :: Tliv 1)4 It AIM be interesting to kno . ,.. i , •.... n .,, ag o y. ',q r . \V a n i e t . r .. . :f 1 \• ' i ' • \ ati 314.11. M just lmtv many rooms flare been se '.1'\ 'dl. Iltit little is known of the history AndreW, C. T. tVerneela.. Slinneapolis Ike Great renter of In tercAt Sinn\ Sernrise.r the National Republican root cation. Wild/. Ila`t 10 , 1.11Ii I ,. I. 1)1 Ilei farmer 4.1;.;,n1/;11 ion , ' in the slates, the Vit . :141;11 I olio of the strow.4..t awl most, l'O:1 0•1 Val 154', Tiall I• lit (It' ,„,; :ol d ap• in.,1 Ill, inn latter II' IlOt, and it.; ; are not in 53.11,1):111ty with Ills, sub Ire:L.4m). awl other vis ;unary selliani• aim is to ea lame,. the v•ihi. of farm prodnets and Inlitect thi•ii. 11131'10.1:4. Al. present the lirale•i. ha., 1,411 iptIO membersill the Faiited States, arid they me in l'ist , f:triners of Ihe 1 . .):;lisil ;-;tale.,,, A, I.'. Leach, iipeeial ;went of ill, .•,... I , ,..- ..ti Ii. i• i . i..... arn 111/1 , MI ly inky , . ,1••11 in politic ,, tint 'rite ail fort matte east has arfiaill i; ,,,, 1 ii ,,,,,t ,\ , ,„ . iii I •„ 1 „,,,,„„ • ..r . I : '. !::' ' '•'.. \ ''' . ' ' they are amrkin,t; on a i f reat financial been r;tvitilied by Wiz/rink awl 1 ..„ 11 „ . 1 . 10 , ,, ) ,i,„. 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OFFICE: Sullivan Building, Opposite T..14-n.di,. ( KALISPELL. : MONTANA. Salo and Feed Stable, Centrally Located. ; • • ! ..• • ,• the dolly beetime immativetible. and day tifternoon. John Pooley anti - - I., - P i' • from what province no one seems to know. William McNally was from Sioux City. He was formerly forman for Contractor McNamara of that city. Ht. lad been in Montana about. two years. Peter Gillen was from the east. Patrick Lane was a Canadian. So far as can be learned none of the un- fortunate men had families. An Empress for Iler Height. The empress of Germany is a sttt- outeome. Depe5r had the best head- , for a living. She has a long record. :, .. ,... petitions and overwhelming excuse quarters at the last eonvention in 1 of heroic deeds, one of her feats of , :••-,-! . :.,., ...-...:-, ,,,- • , -. ... - , •,:, :-.•.. - • and eneouragement for any woman s Chicago and Harrison had the worst. ; braver being that of saving the life :'• . ''''-'. ` 1 :' - .--.- --. --- love of dress. Auglist a makes a flung There is, nevertht4ess, great rivalry I of ft child from the sixth story a pf a :,,,,....',....„.......,-, : - • -,, ' t ,..•.... nificent appet•trance. One would at in securing favorable lotaitions. As !house that was buruing iu the Rue . 4a...t milp....i ....•i .: • :- e . ....=:-...1 .-. -• • - ' 't4- 11104 call her a regal beauty. Nov- the 31itmeapolis men have I1( Ii a de- St. Honore. 1 P A rittr-iOnill::. - ..: • _:.•,:......f thr•a . .1.....-• •. y ....-- ertheless, she is about as common plaia., really, as empresses are ever cided Blaine tentleta.y it is taken for Henry Cabot Lodge's cal-ol)%v gn 1 t•, t:.4-• niini:4.itado...-ry l', in *his re.fi.,r.. tr .-:--- , • !i ,, eia , i ,, r.'s a;:o! , ..7 . i. , . ,', - .::',,f he 5• . - - \;v ',.' ''', 11: _ (._--. granted that tfa.y will see that the speeches in Massachusetts were ac -. ' 1,,,,•: ..!... hutvIreds, of tr. in , rs and pr. , .f....r.t, .• ' made, and it is oaly the glitter and m . _ .. a \plued knight\ has as good as the knowledged en all : i I 4C'Si to be vIsrv - ! 3 % rd. 11.771t. u :., t t i Ta b ii - r r( i .:4 1 : 4\ i o glory of her magnificent jewels and pest or headquarters near the center i strong from his point of view. Mass- • -.111, 4 ha4 cau..v,\ an intIon.,r ,.etti•r., and dor- the style of her sumptuous gowns t of the fray achus te hi way that eheat the eye into admiring the . i P .e tts people ditiit' -.a. - s . Jaz tt:., paie eheate.it in.4nth.4 t :. 4 ropolation FOR o f tthea..1 valley has imzr , -a, , ,..' frota ona but they were agreeably surprised to woman. It is the impression about the post- ; tips:Anna plr to nown:,13 of sit thot:tknd See how the awkward. hesitating, iota... a large pr,..pnrtion of the late .ettlffrs She is a big woman; always tall, office department that the Berlin sys- taken tip hornqste....1-. within the limits s-peaker of only five or six rears ago ; h\ving and by profuse maternity given an teal of pneumatic tubes for the deliv- hadimproved in manner and method. 1 et the propose,' re.*rrte. T116 “pt:htie hafts\ n , k' 'n to law an.\ a , amplitude not graceful but imposing. cry of light mail will be in operation ; . open to settlement. are Iiinited it r1;:5 ratit.n. It was her height, so 'tis said, that in Chicago by the time the Woild's Just Received i on thl south 1 , . the Flat:wad Indian rf....erva- gave her a throne. Bismarck, whose fair opens. Besides the indorsement By the 'Missoula Mercantile Co., of ' :;on; to the ew. are thr• tilackfrer and Pi.atto Hohenzellt.rns were running down in Chicago, it is uuderstood that the system for De o mersvtllo: 1 ta this... re. , ......sationa the anornatin 4 tnetiona of 1 rfarryatt,aia, whiff, 1.1ty mile» to the north ef word then was law, remarked that for the pneumatic -tube etdurnhia Falls i s tie:- 1: 4.e.3.4 than holiedary. A d d One car Common Sense sleds, I Twelve Swell -body Cutters, stature—getting below the royal feet postmaster general will supplemeat Six Portlands. tho North , rn Pacific land grant, the Dro SEC - ,A1111 1111•11:`,;, SO lie ordered that the his rep, - )rt br his poNota,lia.41,i.paid, .SiX Double -Seated, sicighbil rift's. , each toanshipl of state sea . aot lima. . eli ...,.. 4,triviwintrii , 4; wi tii .4 - : , . ,,t.....4.tw..10.144smaees.\...weselte....ittsessor.soods....---- ------- ------------\ - young prince marry the tallest priu- endeavor before the postotlico man- i and Otero is little 14t kr Imm,” for s e tt le rs , • - cess that he could find, which ho did Balite° of congress to secure an ap- Lartwee Visiting, cards printed at Consider furtIter that th0sa reservations rem- 1 I it; Ilitt perzon or her pre.ent majesty. proprietion to establish the tube c.v..- TWP enr tootle! Ptliee, rpir:phtpliemetylia,,,leirt.4:flInas4tothats,,b..„1„tranoriv,itio71111. I serve as their reliectit•fs headquarters Quay has h;,,en building at St. Lucie, rlic feumi I\ a. during the Nlinneapolil ronventiot 'n Florida, is ahnost ready for oceti- ,.# e . . .„ %I., .• next June. 'rig. fight had no rooner p a n c y. otet i •tar, ..!, 111 been won by 3linneapolis when efforts i The Rev. Brook.. Ii erfor I told the . n r '\ '\. b.: were made by the frieads or the vu - • assoeiated charities of Boston that ' ',Still Lead in Values On riot's candidates to secure for theta thought tht:.re wtt - - danger sot ietimes t\\ Vi Ladies' and Gents' Furl.is'aing the choieest roo:ns in the large hotels of too much a-.'- t: to ',wipers. of Minneapolis. To \Vest house fie believed, oceasraially, in good, . • . will probably be the storm cuter of -wh o !, anne starvation. • NEW YORK CASH BAZAAR - Complete Lines at Bottom • , the June contest and the liveliest bid- ! Louise de Beaulieu, a famens , ;, . , . ,•. • ..-••. • . .• -: • ti:ictls. Boots ald Shoes, Hats \. and Caps, Clothing and Dry - • Goods. Come and See. ' Prcces. Come Early. MEN'S FTRNISHING GOODS. GERMAN SOCKS, 1. - adit., Mu •ctipi Children' NEW YORK CASH BAZAAR. ding was done to secure headquar- Frenelt \sivantliere who in IN, i gpar t ' • ',. • tens at that hotel. Experience has with her regiment was under fire in , shown that the favorable location of ' eight battles, has been reduced to the , headquarter; has little to do with the ; expedient of selling matches in Par: , C. F. SULLY'S too NEW, WARM BARN OPEN AT ALI. r_01 . 1?,!•:. 211.111111116.--a.— '7; E‘c

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