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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 June 1896

ItTe-we S~u-T>nciljexp.exi.“t= IN HOUSE AND SENATE IIOXD DILL DKBATK 1!* ■WIHO IN THE UPPER HOUSE. Huaar DrrlKrrm r» Srnl Vacltnl—Action on the River nnd Harbor Dill Veto. Washington. Juno L-Tho final vote on the Butler bill to prohibit the laaue or bomla will bo taken In the senate tomorrow. Moat of the time of tho session was given to debate on the bill. Senator Cullom speaking against It as a stop toward repudiation and Senator Brown of Utah In favor of this bill, or of a resolution offered by him declaring that the bonds under any figure Issue would be Illegal and void. Senator Morrill gave notice of a tariff speech tomorrow. Senator Brown presented the following resolution: "Resolved. That In the opinion of the senate of the United States the secretary of the treasury has nb authority under the act of January II. 1*75. to' Issue any further bonds In addition to those already Issued, and that any such bonds that may hereafter be Issued by him would bo without authorit...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 June 1896

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: i. iu advauco, 50 ConU. The Coutmbun 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 fetters to The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. to the standard of silver. Lot Montana speak unanimously against dishonest money now traveling under the guise of "proteclion,” McKinleyism” and other aliases. All party questions £ro insignificant compared to financial reform. Let every voter remember the main issue. ■ XTEUD AT COLVHIUA FALLS roSTOmCS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTER. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, JUNE "4,1896. Gallant Joe Blackburn has been vindicated by the Kentucky democracy. The republicans will need a lot of silver posts to hold up their gold platform. ( ^ -— Everybody will sympathize with good, solid old St. Louis in her recent disastrous aftlctiou. It is now.settled beyond a doubt that the national democrati...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 June 1896

THE COLUMBIAN. ) SIXTH YEAH. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 18. 1896. NUMBER - ™ COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. : OF : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Palls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : : Butte, Mt. ■Tames A. Talbott, : Butte, Mt. •]. E. Gaylord, ' : : Butte, Mt. B. Tibbey : : Butte, Mt. L. C. Trent, : : Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Princiiml Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Bonking Business Transacted. Wm. READ, Cnuhier. laaantaaaasjaaaauBaaaasusuBE ! THE f .1 B g B I 3 lT I I n BEE HIVE[ STORE. mj'jyj wt BELL AT LOW PRICEB CROCKERY, TINWARE, ^ Wooden Ware, Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. | immusn • Call and Look Over Our | Stock and Get Prices, u aaaaaa h MAIN STREET. L g Columbia Falls, Montana, b aysrmrKKnnoHBBonisnEnc acnr.r. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Attorr\e\j-at-LaW, QQMMISSIONSR U.g.qiRCUIT COURT t-Vkn PIWVPS AXII P1NAP I'RPOPH M-'pu, COLUMP A FALLS, MONT. A. H. BURCH, ^DENTIST Offices: ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 June 1896

TIME TABLE. . Icavo Colonbln Full- .. . 1"• Iwto Columbia FnlU. .. SMa.m 30 mioutM before Train Tirm*. SOCIETIES. W.-FALLS CITY LODGE NO. 41. ny Evenlnir. in bnll orcr tho bn ' ,h "H. r w: ,i 5K , \v: VUltin* mambor. Inrttod lo attend. Ewm/Soc. N. Wit.LOCtiiiBv. N. O. r. p ,iSd. 8 " n,u, OHUKCH—SERVICES AT .ST. id Third Sun- rUTHOLIC V_y Charlea Churcli on ITnt and Third dor. of «eb moulh. “ ■Sv**. Ti>PWORTH LEAGUES—SENIOR LEAGUE rj meou Sunday a: 0 n. in. Junior Leounc moots Sunday at 3 p.m. AU Inrltod. G.'m^u'at Kennedy Hall the Second and Fourth Saturdays of each month. Xieitlnir comrades inrited to meet with us. R. F. Tat*. AdJ. U. H- Oakb. lorn. W&, AT . . Saturdays of each month. Visiting members inrited. Mas. Sr* Clayton. President. COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Ciork nnd Recorder. M. Tueieiaclt. County Attorney. Sidney Jl. Looan. Clerk of District Court. Andekw \\. Swanky. Clerk of District Court. Andikw V Sfe^^N.liE. Public Administrator. IIton Swanky. Cor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 June 1896

THE EARTH GIRDLED. REV. DR. TAI.MAGE’8 LATEST BOOK OF TRAVEL. □U Vivid II**cord of ■ Unique Journey. How am Eminent Word Pnluter line Depleted Some of Hie Earth's Harot Marvel*—An Interestlnr Work. Rev. Or. Tnlmnge would 'have made e cnpital newHpupcr carraspondent Notody lias keeuer perceptions us to what iillerests the public uud his ability to depict it in.picturesque EnKlisli canuot bo surpassed. The advance sheet* of his latest and greatest literary production have been, through tho courtesy of Mr. H. rf. Smith, president of the Historical Publishing company of Philadelphia, furnished to the writer. The book beam a title that is in itself characteristic of Dr. Talmoge. so great is it. so comprehensive uud yet so simple—“The Earth Girdled. ’’ A* is suggested by tho name, it is a record of a trip around the world, u’wcnderful journey flUed with all sorts of scenes and incidents, bizarre, beautiful, pathetic and instructive, us well ns intensely interesting, and sketched by tho ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 June 1896

nr-Tl n -m ~K-i USTq vA^S S~UL13X)1 <=»l~0-eJ3-±i- HAVE REACHED ST. LOUIS MRMIIICns OK THE COXVKSTION BKPEBI.ICAK MEET. Srrluoa QBrallon Rrsardlnjr the Colored dlleintea la Mow Count): the Memhera. frontln SI. Louis, June «.-The arrival here yesterday and today of members of Iho national republican committee murks the Innururation u. mo preliminaries of the convention that will name tho next candidates of that party for president and vice president of the United States The duties of this committee, and most of the members of which are on the ground, ate to decide upon the contests and prepare the preliminary roll for the gather"hob. Thomas H. Carter of Montana Is chairman of the committee, with Joseph H. Manley of Maine secretary. The membership of the committee Is as follows- Alabama. W 11 am Youngblood. Alaska, E T. Hatch; Arlxona. W. Griffith; Arkansas. Powell Clayton; California. M. H. Do Young; Colorado. J. 1'Saunders: Connecticut. S. Fessenden. Delaware. B. J. Layto...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 June 1896

•r Ool"ciipQ.T3±aaa- 3SJ~e-ws a-ix-p-pLLfym A LONG-SHORT SESSION CONUHBSS EXITSCTMO TO ADJOURN TUESDAY OR WEDNESDAY. Brief Seaelon Dne to Political DI0creacca Bettreen Senate, Hoaae ^ mid PrealOent. tho adoption of th« motrlo ijeatem welchta and'meaaurea Tho drat public resolution adopted by congress and that after one hour's debate In tho house and after a few days In the senate, was that authorising the president to-create the commission to investigate tho Venexuela Oulana boundary line. The debates over Cuban affairs resulted In tho adoption of a concurrent resolution •(pressing tho sympathy of this government with the Insurgents: calling upon tho president to accord them belligerent ights and to offer the friendly offices of tho United States to Spain to bring tho war to an end. °MHE VANDERBILT PETS NEVER WAGERS OVER *10O SINGLE RACE. Mike Dwyer's flOOO Cent—Idlosyncmnles and Superstitions of Sion Who Gamble. about his clothes. One day he explained the mystery In this way: "You ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 June 1896

c Columbian. W"' -W. FA-OH. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. bv mail: -—S':;. The Columbian inrites its patrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurVences wnich are of interest to tlio people of the Flathead. Address all lettera to Tub Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. KXTEUD AT COLUMBTA TALIi rOSTOmCK A» flETOXD CLASS MAIL MATTEE. AIL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, JUKE 11,18SG. See that humpf That’s where the Kentucky democracy hit the administration. Crops are growing in Flathead valley and the harvest will bo a big one. That is sure. And Johngo Carlisle couldn't oarry his own county in Kentucky for the gold fllnnHariL—VOint a fall. Emperor Billy of Germany has evened up matters with England. His yacht boat that of the Prince of Wales. The European situation is now easier. The Oregon republicans adopted a goldbug plank and the people of Oregon repudiated the republican ticket. The McKinfty crowd can see which way the straws are...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 June 1896

THE COLUMBIAN. m SIXTH TEAR. . COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1896. NUMBER 26. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. OF : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mout. DIRECTORS: . A. J. Davis, : : Butte, Mt. James A. Talbott, ' : Butte, Mt. J. E. Gaylord. : • Butto, Mt. B. Tibbey : : Butte, Mt. L. C. Trent, : : Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States an J Europe. A General Bunking Busiuosn Transacted. Wm. KK.VI3, Citshiec. Eiaaasiuaaaauaaaoaaaaooiriaai: I THK f BEE HIVE! STORE. ! ■jwjvau WE SELL AT LOW PRICES CROCKERY. TINWARE, Wooden Ware, Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. % rrnrrn l' Call and Look Over Our | Stock and Get Prices, u nanmin ; B t 1 , . g g Columbia Halls, Montana. £ ar.nr,r.rr,rnr.r.rr.r.nr.rr.rrnnr.r,r,i: MAIN STREET. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Attorr\e\j-at-LaW, COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT LAND FILINGS AND FINAL PROOFS MADE. COtiUMjBi'A FALLS. MONT. A. H. BURCH, ;DENTIS1&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 June 1896

TIME TABLE. dFaUk — 1.22 a. tn Ooln» wMt...lonrerolamWa Full.... ft. m dawjio lllioteftbcfore Train Tiroft. ”^ SOCIETIES. .'V '••• A O. U. W.-FALLS CITY I.OIX1F. NO. II. l\ g. IHftfttTT, R»c. K. W. M.rv M. V '.-COLUMBIA LODOE NO. Tucftdoj Eronm* nt I. O. O. F. ILf KTH0D18T BPISCOPAIM^HI "p-ro. Scntlay School at HL'KCH- SEHt II -un.. and . i(on» coftllally P.W. HAYNES, Pin tor d»r» ofoftchmoD' TAP WORTH LEAGUES—SENIOR LEVOUE Hj dnU SanilftT a: 0 p. m. Junior Lpoaro moeta Smulfty nt 8 p.m. All inTiio<l. r\ a. r.—george b. McClellan post AJ .innote at Kcnnadj Hall thn Second and Fonrtta Satardan of each month, \liltlnu comradna incited to moot with no. R. K. Tatg, AdJ v . H. 1L Oahe. Com. TT/OMAN'8 RELIEF CORPS-MEETS AT TT Konnody Hall Second and Fourth Sftturdajaofoaob month. Vieitinjr mombominTited, Mr*. See (1.AtTox, Pmaidrnt. Pred Downer, necompeniet) by Mrs. Downer and the babies, returned to Columbia Falls on Saturday momiufj. Mrs. Downer has spent the past year in Eng...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 June 1896

PRIDE OF BAPTISTS, absolute safety AT SMALL COST. THE FAMOUS TREMONT TEMPLE RE- BUILT IN BOSTON. For ft Onturjr Bn cl u Hair tho Rcllgloua Life of Knitrrn Daptl.U Haft CcoUrcd at Tromont Toroplo—Tho Coftlle.t Freo Chorch In Ameilca. A olrnctnro that Bnptiata ull over tho country look at anil refer to with pride is the new Tremont temple, which has just been dedicated in llostim: It is not only tho homo of ono of tho-largcit Baptist s-viictios in the world, but it is tho hub around which all the eastern affairs of the denomination revolve. Tho new buildhiK cost 1-000 and is tho costliest free church in Ann rica. For more than a e^itmf and a half Boston has not been without u Tremont 4»mple for any length of time. The lirst ono was built on the site occupied by tho present structure, and when that was destroyed by fire in 1870 another ono was erected to replace it. This in turn was burned two years ago. but the osliea of tho building made famous by bo many notable revivals were hardly...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 June 1896

\l SESSION TO MAR ' PHOCEEDIXOS. OPEM.VO m m: There WAe Ko Fierce RlTBlrr for So- prenaAr^etwen the StroKBllns Political Glanta. Bt. Loul*. Juno ie.-Au»plclou»ly and soronoly, boncath a »ky across whose arched dome not a cloud floated, the chieftains of the republican party, from the pineries of llalne to the oranye aroree of California, from the Evenrladcs of Florida to the placid waters of P>:iet sound, met tn council today, and. In the presence of KOO spectators, entered upon the work of selecting candidates and enunciating policies for the campaign of 1SS6. The first session of the republican national convention was brief and formal. Chairman Carter dropped the gavel at 12jo, and £0 minutes later adjournment was taken until 10 o’clock tomorrow. There was not a Jar to mar the proceedings; there were no sensational tncldems to arouse, nor any demonstrations to thrill the vast concourse of people. Temporary Chairman Fairbanks delivered his address In a strong-wrralgnroen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 June 1896

Ool-ULXQ-T3±a,ja- 3STe-w-s ©-u.-o-cQ C IMBP'G IN T'lF ALPS A. FORM OF MADNESS PECULIAR TO MID-SUMMER DAYS. Swiaa Cemeterlea Tell Slorlea Thai Dampen the Entbnalaam of All Ant th^Moat Dnrlna. This promises to be a Croat year for Alpine cllmblnc, especially amonc Marine Americans, who are eatchlne 'ho mountain fever more numerously each year. Some people define mountaineering as a form of madness which attacks people In the summer months. Inciting them "" to climb Impossible mountains at the risk of their lives for the single object of reaching the top and coming down again. When the /over has once taken hold of a person the germs of the disease last as long as life. If the novice makes a successful ascent of a moderately dangerous mountain, he or she at once begins to Jay plans for climbing a still more dangerous one. And so It goes until the fever roaches tho Matterhorn or Jungfrau point When these have been safely gone over the summit of tho mountaineer’s attainments are supposed t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 25 June 1896

The C< ovnrxn a /T •* > 'T* /^'v ./-^N •“ «• •/' > « The Columbian. oinriDANDrcDLiiinEn nr JOHN W. FACE!. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. by mail: 1/ P«(ci in Adjunco H-VI por Vcnr. Six Month*. In advance, (uf>. Tliroa Month*. In advarcc, 50 C ent*. Simla copla* 10 cent*. The Colombian invites its patrons and friends to send ite^s of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. RXTEXEI) AT COLUMBIA FALLS FOATOFF1CB AS rtroxo clabb mail mattbb. AIX-ADVERTISINO BILLS PAV.UILE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1896. Boise, Bland or Bryan will do. How do you men of Montana like the St. Louis platform? The Fifty-third congroas did a noble act last Thursday. It ad- journed. the man in campaign year. Mark Hanna, McKinley’s manager, may square the party by putting a rabbit’s foot in his off pistol pocket, thou share his couch with t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 July 1896

THE COLUMBIAN. {SIXTH YEAl COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY X 18%. NUMBER 27. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : : Butte, Mt. James A. Talbott, : Butte, Mt. 0. E. Gaylord, : • Butte, Mt. B. Tibboy : • : Butte. Mt. Jj. C. Trent. : : Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States ani Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Win. RK AD. Cnahier. .-loaajaauaaaaaajjujaaoaaaac THE" i lm HIVE 1 STORE. n uaaaua 2 WE SELL AT LOW PRICES M g CROCKERY, TINWARE, g Wooden Ware, 3 Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. rncr.cn S Call and Look Over Our S StoAand Get Prices. aaaaaa MAIN STREET. 8 | Columbia Falls, Montana. { hrrnnrr.rrr.r.r.crnrrrsr.r.nEBcni PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Attomevj-at-LiaW, COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT LAND FILINGS AND FINAL PBOOF8 MADE. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONT. A. H. BURCH, ^DENTIST .— Offices: Conrad Block. KALISPELL, : MO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 July 1896

▼ TABLE. JOIETIES. 6 OITV LOIXIK SO. 41. T Kr-uinw, in hail ororthe ... LOIK1E SO. y Kvcauitf at I. O. O. F. If ETHODI8T EPISCOPAL Clll HI II- c, M .h mca,,,. TT-rWORTH LEAGUES—SESIOR LEAGUE Jjj mMUi SondM at 8 n. m. Junior Leasin' meet* Kondaj al 3 p.m. All in*liecl. /i A.R.--OEOROE H. McULKI.LAN POST (j. meet, at Kenncly Hall the Second and Fourth Saturdays of each month. Aisltins comrade*MlTitcd to meet with us. R. F. Tars. Adj. H. H. Oake, 1 cm. AVOMAS-S RELIEF CORPS-MKEnS A VV Kenne.1! Hall Second .nil Fourth Saturdai* of each month. Visitins members invited. Mas. Slut Olattox. President. COUNTY OFFICIALS. f'ountr Clark and Recorder. M. TmaUAt nr. i^ifiSStSS^Jf.SwAxat. Coantr Trf*a»orrr, A- J. K«>o. County Sheriff. IL H. Bjntmix. Ihihlic AdminisKator. Hook hWAXEt. (PoaUdhce'addresa of alxiee. KAl-Isrll., MoXT.i FaScooitOdombla'Fallfc Montana. Wm.(1. FjnrATBICk.Uolunibin Fall*.Montana. E. L> I’aEHTOx. Troy. Montana. |— Columbia Falls, June 25, 1896. TOWN AN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 July 1896

CAREER OF HORACE BOFES. He May Land In the White House. IOWA’S FAVORITE SON. Perhaps He Will Unite the Democratic Hosts. Early 8tru n lra of a Sr If Mario Man-Why lie Took Up the Law—Erocallty of the Fanner Lawyer — Twice Married and Twine Bereft—Ule riirnouieual Political Ckreer—Personality, Methods and Manner of the Iowa Statesman. The position of Hon. Horace Boies of Iowa is nniqno in politics. Even if he fails to molto the slightest |iersoiml effort, ho is bonml to figure prominently as a presidential possibility. The situation presses him to the front. A large majority of the Democrats of tho west arc for tho free coinage of silver So is Horace BoiciC Nalurully they will seek to nominate for the presidency that man among them who is strongest in his personal "backing" and at tho same time most unflinching in his adherence to the free silver i^pn. Tofulflll thcao conditions tho finger of prescience seems to point inevitably toward the selection of tho Iowa man. To bo sure, there...

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

PoTn -pn *=vt~> JsTe~w~s Six-p'olejjn.ejcL't}c NATIONAL PLATFORM ' tlon or the American people, nml we be- '■ — | ll*»e lb* t'aM>4 State* ahoulj n*rrl«e 1 all the Influence It can properly exert to bring there atrocities to an end. In Turkey American residents have been exposed to the era vest dangers and American property destroyed. There and everywhere American citizens and American property must be absolutely protected at all hazards and at -ny cost. Monroe Doctrine. We assert the Monroe doctrine to Us fullest extent, and reaffirm the right of the United States to give the doctrine effect by responding to the appeala of any American state for friendly Intervention In the case of European encroachment. We have not Intcrftred and shall not Interfere with the existing po»- of any European power In this hemisphere, but those possessions must not on any pretext be extended. We hopefully look forward to the eventual withdrawal of the European powers from tbls hemi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 July 1896

J > -i-m Tp±e,x3- USTe-^T-e S-ulx>id1 THE PORTUND HEARING IlAII.noADS MAKE A KIXAI. STAND IN THE FREIGHT BATE CASE. Spoknnr'a HI u r.l r Buna ConBd*B« Thnt Tbrr II»t» Thetr Cmmr PrAOtlcallr Won. Portland, Or., Juno 22. - Tho Spokano Shipper* - AMOclalloc. :ar» A. W. DoUnd. which Is making a fight for fair freight rate*, ha* now found that It i* Indeed In ithe enemy's country. Local on tho coast, actln* In connection with the Northern Pacino oBdaB, have worked up a *tron* feeling a**ln»t Spokane In her fight for rate*, but It 1* not to be denied that the committee feel* » ha* made a good showing. The evidence has shown that In Seattle, Tacoma and Portland. while probably goods can be *h PP*d by water, the large majority are shipped by ralL Mr. Mayer, of Flelschner * Mayer, local dry goods house In Portland, teatlfled that, cotton goods excepted, nearly all cbelr stuff came by rail. Mr. Lewis, of Lewis * Allen, a big Portland grocery house, testmed that from 85 t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 July 1896

The Columbian OwnDAKDrCBMaKBD BT JOHN W. PA.OB3. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, ■y mail: rtwr. Tbi CoMTVBun invites its natrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of intercet to the people of the Flathead. Address all letter* to The Columbus, . Columbia Falls, Mont. AT COLUMBIA FALL* FOATOWCB AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTES. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE IBT OP EACH MONTH. • THURSDAY, JUNE 25. 1896. FLATHEAD COUNTY AND SILVER. A dollar apiece from one-half the voters of Flathead county would send au able orator on a tour through the labor diatricta of the east. That is where silver’a beet field is to bo found. Presuming that the men of Flathead county should raise money enough to have a speaker like Senator Daniel or Senator Teller or Mr. Bryan hold a dozen n^etings in the agricultural settlements of the east Then suppose that every other county in this state would send a speaker in the same way T The raauItwoald.be a sweep for honAt mon...

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