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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 May 1896

PKOiiUAMU!-: For the Fliur-Iinl’iinir at Deer I’urk School House, Saturday, May -’:i. Address of Welcome. Song, “Star Spangled Banner,” by the school. * Recitation, Bridget Dougau. Song, “Unfurl the Glorious Banner,” quartette. “The Banner of the Free,” Orville Shonefelt. Dialogue, “Our Flag,” four little people. Recitation, Emma Fordham. “The American Flag," Grace Hew- itt. Song, “Red, White and Blue," by the school. Recitation, Maud Schonfeldt. History of the Flag, 13 pupils and Uncle Sam. Recitation, Katie Sullivan. Address, Supt. Bernard. Dialogue, “Story of Our Flag,’.’ 14 pupils. The Starry Flag. Bridget Dougan. Recitation, Ellen Sullivan. Song, “Battle Hymn of the Republic," school.' Recitation, Maud Howell. Address, A. A. Schonfeldt. Song, “Little Red School House,” school. The exorcises will begin at the school house at 2 p.m. Wo have a nice picnic ground near by. Rythor's and Howell’s elk parks are about one mile from the grounds. Old soldiers aud Sons of Veterans are espe...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 May 1896

The Spectacle of Old Abe and the Little Irishman Plchtlns Wae Verx Lndloroo*. tr. w ... city. May 10.—A special to the Journal from Topeka. Kan., says: William I* Bomber, who claims to have been an eye witness oi ine Historical duel botnoon Abraham Lincoln and General James Shields, has related to the Journal correspondent what ho purports to be the ••missing historical data" of the historical event. He tells an interesting story, which differs materially from the published accounts. Peculiar Interest has of latt been aroused In this affair through a history of Lincoln running In one of the periodicals. In which the author franklj admits that but meager details can bt procured of what actually took place when the dueling party crossed the Missouri river and staked out the lighting grounds. Now comes the Topeka man with a detailed story of the whole transacUon, In jrhlch he supplies the missing historical data. Souther, who is 71 years old. has for the past 18 years been a clerk In t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 May 1896

w ' Ool- Q.-T-1 IT©-W^ S“ULTDTDl©m.©3D_‘fc= DYNAMITERS AT WORK ULEW VP TUB FLUME AT TOE BUNKER HILL AND SULLIVAN. Scattered OU Orer the Hoof of tfa 31111 and Applied a Torch When Men Were Lanchlns. WarJner, Idaho, Slay 11.—An attompl was made last night to burn tho Bunker HIU and BuUlvan concentrator. Tho perpetrators of tne outrage may have Intended also to blow up the concentrator with dynamite. About 11:30. while tht mlllmen were at the boarding bouse taking their midnight lunch, a terrible exploajon was heard, so heavy as to shake the houses In Kellogg, thrco-tiuarton) ot a mile away. It was found that about % feet of tho company's water flume, which furnishes power for the mill and electric light plant, had been blown out at a point about 30 rods from tho mill. Just about this time It was discovered that the north end of the mill, next to the railroad track, was on Are, but as the flames had not gotten under headway they wore soon smothered. The parties who started the Are had ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 May 1896

The Columbian. AMD rcnMIKED HI: JOHN W. F-A-OHl. TERMS OF SUBSCRIVTION. BY mail: If Paid In Adrauce IUO per Year. Mix Month.. In adrai.ee, IUO. Three Month., in adrance. SO Cents. Single copies 10 cents. Tije Columbian invites its natrons and frionds to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all fetters to The Columbian, • Columbia Falls, Mont. nSTCRKD AT COLCMBIA TAU-S POSTOITICi: RECON'D CLAIR MAIL MATTES. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1896. The Montana republicans may prepare their innards for the McKinloygoldbug pill. It won’t be sugarcoated either. The democratic state chairman has called a convention for June 20. at Butte. Flathead couuty is entitled to ten delegates. If the census of 1890 is completed in time‘we may have another in 1900. In the meantime the laws against adultery wiil not bo enforced in Chicago. An official in the state department is $...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 May 1896

THE COLUMBIAN. SIXTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MAY *28. 1896. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN A-NY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. : OF : COLUMBIA FALLS, Columbia Falls, Mout. D1 RECTORS^ A. J. Davis, : : Butto, Ml. ■James A. Talbott, : Butto, Mt. •). E. Gaylord, : • Butto, Mt. B. Tibbey : : Butto. Mt. L: C. Trent. : : Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the Unite<l States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Win. READ. Cn«hter. n n s g n I ■ 5 ■ .'1 5 | n ] THE] ^ ' t H L t L' E E E B t L E E W E U E E 9 9 E E E E E E 3 E E E E L t L E t E BEE HIVE STORE. - u’jjjaa WE SELL AT LOW PRICES J CROCKERY. TINWARE. P Wooden Ware, g Kitchen Utensils, q Lamps, Etc. | a e u rnrr.rr Call and Look Over Our Stock and Get Prices. q MAIN STREET. | Columbia Falls. Montana. Hr.r.rnrrrr,rr.rnrr.rrr.nr.r.r,r;E PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Attorr\e\j-at-LiaW, . COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT LANP FI LI NOS AND FINAL FBOOFS ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 May 1896

TIME TABLE. ' U. s »i»i OotafMrt. lMT*('DlublarKlU 1 S •-n> OoluraW !*«>• Columbia K>1U Jm cloa« 30 minula* boforr Train Tlmo. ▼ SOCIETIES. ‘a' -U £ W.-rALUS CITY Lodok NO. *1. ^V • UpeUThandnx Ercnliur, in linll orrrthr PixtolUce. Viiitlur brotliom conlinlly inrit.^ll\ S. OinutTT, Rrc. H. W. Maih. M. U. O. O. F.-C0LUMI11A LODGE NO. irj Tuc-wlny F.trnins nt I. O. inir m J. M. Lew In. Snc. I* MonU Every Turwlny F.vrninfi nt I. 6. p. K Hall. Viritintf momban* inritiwl to nttoml. N. WlLLOtonnv. N. <1. ETHODIST EPISCOPAL C11UBCH- SER:V1 Vie* Everr.otbor Suinln^ nt II n. ra. nnd ~ n. m. Sunday invited. Tiool at IS. Vl.ilnn* conllnlly P. \V. HAVNES. Parlor rUTHOLIC CHUHOO-SERVICI-S AT -ST. V_. t'hnrliw Clturch on Firrt ami Third Sundays of each mouth, ntdl li.m. and 11 n.m. BKV. II. J. VA\ DH ' EX. ‘C'PWORTn LEAGUES—SENIOR LEAGUE Pa moetr Sunday ntGl). in. .Innlor lA'nKno moou Sunday nt II p.m. All invited. / v A. R.—GEORGE B. McCLEl.LAN POST Vj...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 May 1896

CONDEMNED AS A CRAZE I)r Semi Declares the New (icncmtiou of Doctors Gnllty of Inexcusnble TraussTCSsloii. With n Crazo for Surgical Operations Fools Rush In Whero Angels Fear to Troad-The Women of the Present Day the Confiding Victim. At a recent convention hold in Atlanta Dr. Nicolas Senn, of Chicago, was elected to the presidency of the American Medical Association to succeed Dr. Beverly Colo, of California. Nicholas Senn is an M. D., Ph. D. and L. L. D. He is the professor of practice of surgery and clinical surgery in Rush Medical college, the attending surgeon of the Presbyterian hospital and surgoon-in-ehief, of St. Joseph’s hospital, in Chicago.' The following pointed extracts from his address before the convention are reported by the Constitution: Much of this ill-applied energy in the surgical world has resulted in detriment to patients and in retarding actual surgical progress. Operative surgery has been carried to extremes. A calm inspection of the ground that has been g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 May 1896

Ool-iajm -TpcLaiin- ILTe~we f:yT ~ r ~ > -t-. THE SILVER MEN’S PLAN MAT OPPOSE ADJOURNMENT UNTIL AFTER CONVENTIONS MEET. What the Senate Will Do ThU Week —Llrelr Debate* Eipected In the Home. Waahlngton, May W.-ffhe Impression It (rowing about the capital that tho sllvji men will soon taao a posIUon against flnn. adjournment before tbs national conventions meet. Tne movement embraces silver advocates In coin nouscs and of all par tie*. There has been no formal agreement so far. but there has been a general exchanger views and there Is no doubt that some of the leaden hold the opinion thfri it wi'l be wise to postpone adjournment unt.. there shall be opportunity to know wh position tho conventions will take on the financial Question. Forecast of the Senate. The present week In tho senate bids ivr to bo given up largely to matters pertaining to the District of Columbia. Tho con stderatlon of tho "dollar gas bill" wi.l consume considerably more time and when It Is disposed o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 May 1896

V Ool-UL _t>±&XI. HSr©'V^rS SlX-pTDl©XE3L Ay. THE CZAR AT MOSCOW THE HOUSE 1'ASSKD A FEW 1111.1.8 THE CE11EMOME8 ATTENDING THE COnOXATlOS". I’liMonRc of (Up Impprlnl I'nrtr ThroiiRh (Up Strpet a Silt mi 1 fop (■rent EnthnnlnHlo. Moscow. May 18.—Nicholas II.. czar of all Hie Itusslas, Is St years old today, anti with the anniversary of his birth are inuuKurated tho ceremonies Incident td ills tlnal coronation as the mightiest temporal ruler of tho universe. After a week of travel by easy stages, tho czar and his Imperial consort arrived this afternoon at tho Petrovsky palace, on mo outskirts of tho clly. and where they will rest until Thursday. the date assigned for tho triumphal entry Into Moscow. Tho birthday reception and banquet at tho palace, ilhd which took place this afternoon and evening, were on a gorgeous scale. Five thousand guests had been bidden, and these Included all the representatives of foreign powers and republics accredited to tho coronation...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 May 1896

f The Columbian. Z'\l ownp AID rcau»iito »i time; JOHN W. PACE. thou; rolls TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. . BV mail: If Paid In Adtanoc «J0 prr Y«»r. - V01 ' Hit Montli*. In ndruiea, IU». Tlinw IfonUiA. In ndrnncn, W (VnU. Slnslo eopioa 10 «nu. Tiie Columbian invites its patrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all fetters to Tut Columbian. Columbia Falls, Mont. RNTESKD AT COLUMBIA FALLS POBTOmCB A* SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTER. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THUfiSDAY, MAY 21, 1|&0. BIMETALLIC BUSHWHACKERS. Those men and papers who profess to be “bimetallists” by international agreement are more injurious to silver’s cause than the rankest of the goldolators. The St. Louis GlobeDemocrat, the leading republican paper of the Mississippi valley is one of those “friends" of silver coinage by international agreement. That paper commends the statement that “th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 June 1896

^ THE COLUMBIAN. SIXTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1896. NUMBER 23. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. : OF : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mout. DIRECTORS: A. <1. Duvin, James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy : L. C. Trout, Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. A Day Devoted to Honoring the Memory of Dead, and to Comforting the Living, Soldiers who Preserved the _.Oaion of the States—The Greatest Gathering in Flathead County’s History. ExcIiudro Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Wm. RKA-D. Cashier. eTHLE 3 B s I i Cl I Cl .1 ■ ■ n n \m HIVE STORE. □SDUEKI WE SKI.L AT LOW PRICES arnrrrrr.rr.rrr.r.rrnr.r.r.r’rrr.nv CROCKERY. TINWARE. Wooden Ware, Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. r.nr.rr.n Call and Look Over Our Stock and Get Prices. UWJtlli MAIN STREET. Columbia Palls, Montana. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Atto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 June 1896

TIME TA3LE. fhAngout....U*nColumhl.F»U..... 1 .a n. m Oo.„« rtj .U.,cColun,W.F^ ; »».•». Hr-UnlU clow 30 minutes before Truln Time. SOCIETIES. "A~o7c. W.-FALIS CITY LODGE SO. 41. • MeeUTbunrlar Evonliut.in Imll ororthe FoeUrnice. Visitlnu brothors conlinlly invited. It. W. Main, M. W. I. lo. o'e! Hall. VUitlwr member* invited to attend. J. M. Lkwib. Sec. N. WiLLorqiim. N. <». jyjKTIIODIST EPISJ’OI*.^ CHURCH- sHRj charge of the Junior league. r bundav at I! a. m. and 4 at 12. Visitor* cordially P.W. HAYNES, Pastor ^5. l . 9on,, ‘ , ‘ <fbo,,1 p‘wn /CATHOLIC CHURCH—SERVICES AT ST. V/ Chariea Church on Firat nnd Third Sun- day* of each month. at^9 a.m^. njul 11 T^PWORTH LEAGUES—SENIOR LE.VGUE Xj meete Sunday at 0 p.m. Junior League meet* Sunday at 3 p.m. All invited. a.r.-oeorgeb. McClellan i\>st v7* meet# at Krnnffh Hall .the Second and Fourth Saturday* of each month. AiMtimt comrade* invited to meet with u*. comrade* i K. F. Tat*. AdJ. II. It. UAnn, Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 June 1896

SUMMER TOURS AWHEEL A Pleasant and Healthful Way of Spending a Vacation. THE QUESTION OF LUGGAGE. What to Carry and How to Carry It. Plaonlny tho Rontc—How Bicycle Tour, lot Baa drown In Popularity—The £xperleocea of a Veteran. About this tiino of yeitr tlio cyclist Bets tho tooriiiB fever uiid bcBius to make plans for a long trip nwhocL Tito symptoms are plainly evident. Ho carries his pockets full of maps and asks all sorts of questions about cities far removed from liis habitat Ho gets up early in tho morning and takes long runs to get himself in condition, and loses interest in everything not connected with tho wheel. A little later ho will bo seen out on tho highways that stretch to every corner of tho country, dusty, sunburned, and probably tired, but evidently happy cosstn-nxc THEGCIDEDOAUDS. and reveling in now sights as well as enjoying to tho utmost tlio delights of a never failing thirst and qn omnivorous appetite. As trt just how many wheelmen and wheolwomen will take th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 June 1896

OoZLujEQ.T3±Q3n- JTe-wng Si3.*crpxL j©cci.-fc. REVENUE BILL IS FIRST ABD TUBS CONGRESS WILE AD- JOURN. The Senate Expect* a Veto at the River and Harbor Hill by Cleveland. Washington. May SL-The outlook as to the lino of proctcdln* in tho senate durian ..the present week is not very clear. It 1» the general undersiandluj that debate on Senator Butler - * bond resolution will continue Monday and possibly longer, but If . It holds y*o floor beyond Monday there will be an effort to displace It with the general deficiency appropriation bill. This Is th. only one of the appropriation bills which has not received U.c attention of the sthato. and as it has now oecn reported the members of tho appropriation committee are now ready to take It up us soon as possible. On the other hand. Senator Butler, who has charge of tho bond bill, feels that If a vote Is not had on his bond bill before this appropriation bill is passed It may bo Impossible to hold a quorum. which will therefore Insist upon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 June 1896

Ool-ULirLTsI3^re-w-s &\a.-pro3je-m gco.-fc: A TWISTER IN IOWA WOKK AMONG THE FHKEDMEN AND A l"OLK JASl'KR SWEPT BT A COUNTIES CYCLONE. Six Towns Were Partlnllr Deslrored mid Mitnj- People Killed nnd Injured. Dm Moines. lows. May *.-Forty-Ciro« killed, a score fatally Injured and stout 00 people seriously nurt is as near as can be estimated tonlcht the result of the destructive tornado which swept portions of Iowa, minds and Kansas last nlcbt. The property loss la heavy, hot accurate estimates thus far are Impossibilities. The list of killed stands as follows: Jasper county. Iowa. 10: Polk county. Iowa. 9; Rockford. 4; Elgin. IlL. 1: North McUrogor. Iowa, 12; Durango. Iowa, 6; Fort Scott. Kas.. 2. The storm wrought Its greatest havoc in Iowa, where the counUes of Polk an! Jasper were devastated by two tornadoes. The loss pf life was heaviest tbsre. the list of dead being as follows: In Polk county near Bondurant and Santiago stations on the Chicago Great West- ern: Robert...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 June 1896

he Columbian. OW»BD A*D rCBLIIIKD »! JOHN W. PA.OB3. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: If P.ld In Adrnncn B-W per Year. 811 Uontha, in ndinnee, B.ul. Three Month-, In ndrance, 50 Cent». BlnnkMfdMlOorou. The Coldmoias invites its natrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. EXTEBKD AT COLUMBIA FALLA FOSTOITICE AS SECOND CLASS KAIL MATTE*. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, MAY 28.1890. THE KOOTEXAl TRADE. Readers ofTiiE Columbian all know this paper’s friendship for the miners of the Montana Kootenai and its willingness to further in any way every legitimate enterprise suggested for that section. That being an understood fact we know that a little plai n talk to the people of that section about county affairs will be taken in the friendly spirit in which it is given. N’iuo-tenths of £lathead county’s taxes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 June 1896

THE COLUMBIAN. SIXTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 11. 1896. numbe: COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. : OF : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia- Falls, Mout. IT MADE HIM SICK Gny Needed Several Bracers Before He Could Face the (-allows ami Eternity. NEWS OF THE TREASURE STATE. Bits Picked lip from the Twenty-One Counties and Boiled to Pmneraphs of Brevity, v - , DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : James A. Talbott, •1. E. Gaylord, B. Tibbey : L. C. Trent, Butto, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butto, Mt, Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of tho United States an J Europe! A General Banking Business Transacted. Win. RKA.D, Cashier. .1933202993200933399333333C TI I K BEE HIVEsS STORE. 39pmi2 WE SELL AT LOW PRICES CROCKERY, TINWARE. Wooden Ware, Kitchen Utensils, § Lamps, Etc. | rincnrtK ^ Call and Look Over Our c Stock and Get Prices. | • 303293 T S MAIN STREET. " a c 3 Columbia Falls, Montana. | itnnrrr.rr.nr.rr.rnr’rtrrrr.nrr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 June 1896

FiilU....I.£!o.n> Fall*. -. iMn. m bofom Train Time. 1TX LODGE NO. 41. * iaU overtlio M.^ ! : W. Main MBU LOImTe SO. 43.— Erenlns jit I. 0. 0. t. InTitpJ lo attend. W1LI.OI-OI1IU. N. (i. KtBODIBT EPISCOPAL WIl'IiCH-SER . _ rlc* Erory other Stmday at U a. m. and " p. m. Suntlay School at lJ._>i*ltpry cordially inritsd. P. W.HAYNES, Paator rtATHOLIC CHURCH—SERVICES AT ST. L/ Charlca Church on Flr»t and Third Sundays of each month, nt^ n.nn njid^ ^ TM 1 WORTH LE.V0UES—SENlOR LE.IOUE JC/ meet* Sunday atCp. m. Junior 1-caKiio rnccta Sunday at 3 pan. All incited. it. R.—GEORGE B. McCLELLAN POST IjT. meeta nt Kennedy Hall the Second and Fourth Saturdnya of encli month. Mattil comradea inrited to meet with ua. Ii. K. Tate. AdJ. 11. H. Garb. Com. WOMAN S RELIEF CORPS—MEETS AT > t Kennedy Hall Second ami Fourth Saturday* of each month. YiAmiii; member* inrited. Mas. Stir. CLATTOSt. President. COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Clerk and Recorder. M. TherriaCet. County A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 June 1896

NEW SHAH OF PERSIA LESg LIBERAL AND ENLIGHTENED THAN HIS PREDECESSOR. Ha IIa* Never Ucen Oat of Persia and le Said to Bo a Rollcloas Fanatic—May Have Tronblc With IUa Turbalent Killer Brother. Mnznffer-ed-Din is the imino of tho now ninth of Pcnda. Ho is tbo second sou of Nnsr-cd-Diu, who was recently assassinated. Tho now ruler of the Empire of tho Snn is 43 yean old and np to tho time of tho death of his father hold tho ofllco of governor of Tabriz. It is a rough road, however, that Mnzofler will have to travel Is-foro ho will bo allowed to reign peacefully at Teheran. In tho first placo ho will have to subduo his elder brother, Zil-es-Sulton, a turbalent fellow, who has tor years fostered on ambition to be shall himself and who would not ifesitnto at killing oft any number of his immediate relatives to accomplish that result. It is even thought that, he had a hand in the removal of the lato slmh, mid if he did it is evident that his plans for seizing tho government were matured, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 June 1896

OoX~cu33.'tacLa < 3ZL ILTe-w-s Su.x>T>lecno-e3=L-fc DISPLACE THE GOLD MEN OF HAMILTON COUSTV, OHIO, FOR FREE SILVER. RrorsulutlOB ol the Coiinlr Commltlrp Rr.ullcd In Tnmlnic Ibe AdmlnlBtration Down. Clnclnnntl. May Jl.—There l» mucli coramont today over the reorganlaation law night of the Hamilton county democratic committee. Chairman Ltnneman Is a gold standard ni«», a mend of Cloveiand, Carllalo and Attorney General Harmon. A resolution was adopted appointing James a Meyers, Thomas Noctor, John Juelg, Henry Jansen and John Sheehan, all silver men. to maki’ the apportionment of wards and townships for delegates to the democratic state convenUon to be held at Columbus June 3. As this apportionment has always been ilxed by the chairman, Mr. Unneman announced before -the vote was taken that If the resolution efas adopted ho would resign. The resolution carried. K to 1J. and Mr. Llnncman resigned. Vico Chairman Keating was put In his place. This Is acc...

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