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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 July 1896

IXTH THE COLUMBIAN. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY 9. 1896. NUMBER 28. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: r\. J. Davis, : James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, R. Tibbey : Li. C. Trent, Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Trans- acted. Win. RKA.T}, Caahlsr. THE ! BEE HIYEi STORE. WJltUU WE SELL AT LOW PRICES t | CROCKERY. TINWARE, g Wooden Ware, g Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. wimnnn g Call and Look Over Our a Stock and Get Prices. jj-Mli? MAIN STREET. Columbia Palls. Montana. I iEOBBBiniwtrtraaiiaBRBBaBBBl PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Attorr\e\j-at-LiaW, COMMISSIONER U.S.C1RCUIT COURT LAND .FILINGS AND FINAL FBOOFS MADE. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONT. A. H. BURCH, =DENT1ST Offices; Conrad Block. KALISPELL, : MONTANA. DR. J. A. GHENT. Consulting Physician. Kalispell, M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 July 1896

“ABLE. . 1 a- m »Falla. •• Silalm n Train Tiror. SOCIETIES. -Cntjjggsr-A LODGE SO.U._ranine at I. O. O. F. inrited to atwnd. WtLLOCOKDT. N- (1. ^JETHODWT BftaCQPALCyff-HySfft; rtATHOLIC CHUi V. CharlM ('hnmh dara of eacb month, ECH—SERVICES AT ST. i First and Third ith,a7» and 11 a.ra. Hcv. H. J. va* dk Vex. ppWORTH LEA0UES-8ENIOR. J-EAWE mMUsSndar'atSp.m. JaUnrltod!' 1 " A.R.-GEOBOE B. Met LELL.VN Hall the Second ith. Visiting G.„ Fourth Satnrdnjs of s inrited tt meeU at KennMj- POST and to meet with ua. R. F. Tate. AdJ. H. H. Gaum, t om. WOMAN'S BELIEF CORPS-MKETS V r Kennedy Hall Second and Fourth Si day. of each month. VUiUmt member, inrited. Maa. Sex On AITOV. Prr.ident. AT Satur- COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Clerk and Recorder. M. Tn|ta«tACl.T. County Attorney. StDXEt U. LooaC. Clerk of Diatrict Court, Axnaati W. Sn avet. Conntr Treaaurer, A. J. Krao. County Supt. of SchooU. P. N. BEBXAali. County Aaeeaaor.J.B. Gtnaox. Conntr Sheriff. H. 11. Baldwin. Public Administrator. Hcoh Sw ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 July 1896

■¥ THE C Leads as a Newspaper. It is Going to Lead in MAKING CORRECT RATES. ISTE-NAT PLATES. Many people believe that $2.50 and $3 for a weekly paper is too much these hard times. It is, no doubt, true. Therefore, we have decided to reduce the price pi The Columbian so that every one in Flathead County can have the pleasure and profit of a Good, Newsy County Newspaper. THE NEW RATE. FROM MAY 1. If paid in advance, per year, : : $ 1.50 If paid in advance, 6 Months, : : 1.00 If NOT in advance, per year, : : vg.50 SEND NOW FOR-^ cox-.TJ-n^BX^-nsr 7 COLUMBIA FALLS. Jhe Spokane SpokesmarvReVieW, CONTAINING THE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS OF THE WHOLE WORLD, REACHES FLATHEAD VALLEY READERS 1 24 hours ahead of any others! i A Newsy, Bright, Silver Advocate, Containing the Dispatches of Two Associations, and Reaching Flathead County towns the day of Publication. PUBLISHED EVERY DAY. By Mail, 65 Cts. a Month. COLUMBIA FALLS Presents More attractions to Cajitalisis, 11 M aafl Manufacturers THAN ANY POIN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 July 1896

ColL-ul tld-MZL DtT©-WS S r lX-p-Ol©X}Q.©3=L-fc= ! " ' === |MEETING OF THE GRAYS In lt» declaration of principle? are bo •* clear and emphatic. Ther are non | KOIIM ALt.V KOTIKIED HIM OK HI* KOMIWATIO*. There »»* a Great Crowd Pre-eel- • peeche. by Notable Weetero Polltletaaa. Cleveland. June S.-The committee tPpolnted by tho St. Louie convention to notify ex-Oovernor McKinley of hie nomination for the presidency aaaemblcd at the Hollender hotel at »:» S“rH.n^rmSehe<l to Oj. VaUjy raHwar »i* lion. wb«r« a ******** boards for Canton. Many Prominent rerubllcana accompanied the committee, maklns the total number on the »ra:n atiout 100. The train was due at Canton 'ihureton. chairman of the committee, elated that the committee would no direct from tho train to Governor McKinley » "Koltowtn* an address by Senator Thurston and ths response by Governor McKinley. Henry U Smith of MichlK-n presented the governor with a gavel made from a log taken from tho house In whl-h Lincoln l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 July 1896

Q-ul-q-PlI r~i ,<=\-ri -f-. THt MONEY ISSUE PLAY NOMIXATB OXI<Y S SII.VER MAM DRAMA DA8BD ON THE CURRENCY RUKITION. -1 Whirl of Politico Before thr Co»Tcntlon Woo Imooarorotod In o NotoI Monner. ChlcoffO, Juno M.-Tho whirl of politico ■ccompanylnf tb« democratic natloruU convention woo Inouxuroted tonlsbt In a novel manner. "Th. Silver LI runs. • u play booed on the money loouc. wao put on the boarda at the Grand Opera houae to run until after the convention la over. Opinion la divided no to whether or not the production of the play here at title time haa not more or leaa a political motive. The trend of the play la alronsly pro-allver and drculara were dlatrlb-utc-d quoting wdoreemenle of the plea: by well known Oliver otateamen. public men and sovornora or a ooaen atates. Including In the nat nenaiora Jones and. Stewart. W. H. Harvey (Coin). Hon. T. M. Patteraon of Denver. Keir Hurdle. Governor Altgeld and Eugene V. Debs. The acenea of the play are well laid ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 July 1896

* Columbian. BO ASD POtLUnKD BT JOHN *W. FA.OH1. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. BY mail: WgrWm ?EV' k ia advance. 50 OnU. ■ to cent*. Thb Coldhbun invito* its natrons and friends to send items of nil kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Colcmhun, Columbia Falls, Mont. BWTBBBD AT COLCMBIA FALLA POSTOFTICE AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTE*. ill. ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE LSI OF EACH MONTH. THCBSDAY, JULY 2, 1890. There are a few goldbugs in Flathead county, but very few. Mark Hanna has the g. o. p. elephant by the tail ona down-hill pull. And after all. Col. Sanders did not find a chair at the St. Louis conven- tion. McKinley will lose New York for the drubbing that Pratt received at St. Louis. If the goldocracv can divide the silver forces into two or three parties, yellow money will win. Their are many men, thrown out of work, who win! a chance to earn the silver dollar. There is no earthly chance for the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 July 1896

COLUMBIAN. SIXTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY 1G. 1896. uicfmulo' NUMBER COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. : OK : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIKECTOKS: A. J. Davis. : -lamee A. Talbcit. •J. E. Gaylord. B. Tibbey : L. O. Trent, Butto, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte. Mt. Butte. Mt. Salt Lake. THE CITY MOURNS Tel l ilile llailuinil Wreck .Near I.eirmi, in.. Tbrouarh tbe (’arelessness of a ('ouiiilrtor. OMAHA THE HOME OK VICTIMS. Tlip CuuilHiny Hernses toUiveOal lu foriiuUiou, Kcepltur Kriemts in an Acoii.v of SnK|ieiise. Exchange Drawn on Princiual Cities of (he United States and Europe. A General Banking Busiuesi Trausselwl. W in. KK.WD. Cashier. ^ e ui j ao j jswtiaa an aatia'jb an a a t 3 THE] a n *1 n a n s BEE HIYE I STORE, h A dispatch from Omaha, dated the 12th inat . is as follons: Omaha is a city (if mourning todot\ The bright Sabbath morning brought the full realization of the greatest catastrophe (hat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 July 1896

iiFalls... 5-Jia.m b before Train Tbnc^i C1TV LODOK NO. II. in ball orerthc SOCIETIES dw * ot “' h mo * ,h ' WORTH LE.U1UES-SENIOR LE.VODE l Sundar at 6 ^ Junior Loaano TNPWORTI Hi mreu ; a Sunday at 3 p.ra. /' A. R.—GEORGE R MoCLRLLAN POST VJ. mcot-* at Kennedy Hall the Second anil Fourth Saturdays o( each month. VtaUlnn I. rt. O.iaa. Com. Fourth Saturdays of each mom jrOHAN'S RELIEF (JORFS^MEBra^^tT A1 ROMAN'S RELIEF COR V* Kennedy Hall Second an days of each mouth. VWtlmr COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Clark and Recorder. M. Tnliaiaci.r. !aR&S l S£iS , W.- 8 aa«.r. Countr Treasurer, A. J. hixo. mm County Supt. of Schoohs P. N. Bus a an. County AaBSaa^ir, J.B. (itnaos. [f.HHV HaLDVitH. ‘ ator. Hcoh Sivaskt. .rr-’or ,. Paxams. Troy. Montana. - Columbia Falls, July 9, 1896. TOWN AND COUNTY. But a bicycle at Main & Cos. for f65. E. J. Mathews was in town one day this week. ,* Mrs. Lou Cooke has returned from her visit to California. The wife of James Fine in the low...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 July 1896

TO HARKKT FUTHKAD TUIBKIi. Frank Silo* Seek* to A rims* Pillion* to Soo tlio liniHirlanoo of tin* Sontlicrii Ontlot. To Ihr Citizen* of f'latlii ail County: Owing (o tko hard times, I want to suggest to you the importance of practically developing the natural outlet for the timber of our country to the Northern Pacific railway at (he mouth of the Jocko on the Pend d'Oroillo river. I have known for years that it was just as practical to take the timber from any of the Flathead's tributaries down to the Northern Pacific via Flathead river and lake as it is to take it to the conlluence of. Whitefish and Stillwater rivers. Last fall I concluded that times had improved sufficiently to undertake the development of this water way. I went to Butte and satisfactorily arranged for capital necessary to carry out the project; I then went to Omaha and made a tie contract with the Uuiou Pacific company, which contract, if fulfilled, would have brought $311,000 into this valley. I would have been ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 July 1896

m-n-> ~K-i 3SPe^7~s 3ix-TZ>-oXexri.e33--fc; TURNED DOWN »T1C COKVBX- ! FOB SII.VKB. Dmitri Blrrtrd Trn.l.or«r, mu and HU Sprrch \V«. Barr BtmrtallUm. Chicago. Julr T.-la the mngnlllccnt and capacious coliseum In Jacksan park beneath clenr aklea. with a cooL Invigorating brcege. the democratic national convention met today. After a brief but decisive battle In the arena, the silver men vindicated their supremacy. They wrested from the hands of the gold phalanges the control of the convention and recured the reins of power In their own hands. There was a reminiscence of th.il other great coliseum, whose fall marked the destrucUon of an empire, where men were butchered to make a Roman holiday. about 11 all. The champion who has so often entered the IlsU u> do battle In democracy's cause, amid the ringing shouts and the wild acclaim of his party, was put to the sword that silver might lie supreme. It was with reluctance h it manyof the friends of Senator...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 July 1896

SILVER IN NEW YORK BCRAL COUHTteS RBSTUSiH OVB THE SILVER «CE*TIOW. Lawraao* Cou«tT !• ■» ld *® B ® OB* V**t illTer D*b*UB« — I**l*t7> c*pUon. no b»ri'ln»- Let o» hev. either a free tllver pletform or elee on* OeolerInj for. the cold itenderd. There U no middle sroond to tmk*. New York ehould put up her fl*ht «nd acquleece In the outcome, whatever It mar he." The correeponoent conclude* with the algnlflcnat etatement: "The thing one most notice* In talking to the farmer* In thl* country 1* a growing antipathy to Wall .treet. It 1* •Imply a •Ign. but It 1* a portent of *ecUonal prejudice that bid* fair to run wild *oon. One hear* tanner* *ay on every hand that what Wall etreet want* they are opposed to. Thl* feeling ha* traveled rapidly ea*t from the wheat Held* of the we*t." From Lowvltle, another eectlon of the state,the Herald get* the wo«J that party In IU l**ue of June * the New York Herald, which 1. one of the lading demo- .... cratlo journal* of the United State* an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 July 1896

Jssra&'&sayffis: . occurto the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Colphuias, Columbia Falls, Mont- regardin^ improvem^ents, and ■ VTBBKO AT COLUMBIA FALLS rOttOFFIOS A* SBOOMD CLAM MAIL MATT*A- . ALL ADVERT181NO BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF BACH MONTH. THUBSPAY, JULY 9.18&6. THE PLATFORM. This morning's news from Chicago is good. The platform committee is ready with a report that embraces: Free coinage of gold and silver at a ratio of 16tol; opposes issuance of bonds in time of peace: favors freedom of Cuba; denounces Pacific funding bill; advocates constitutional amendment to permit income tax: demands tariff for revenue only. Any good man on that platform ought to win. Harriet Beecher Stowe, author of ‘•Undo Toni's Cabin,” died at Hartford last week. "The hand that rocks the cradle” is partly responsible for the fool "ho rocks the boat. Three years of “sound” gold standard have made more paupers than America ever saw before. Markhann...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 July 1896

THE. COLUMBIAN. SIXTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1896. NUMBER .29^ COLUMBIA FALLS I^RjRHOUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY^ON TH^PACIFIC SLOPE. b-A-Hstk: OK COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mout. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis. James A. Talbott, •J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy L. C. Trent, Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the UnltedStatcH an.l Europe. A General Banking Business Trana acted. Win. RIOA.r>. Cushlur. luaaauaaaa^uaaj'jaaan-JuauaL-the: BEE HIVE ' STORE. •jvuitaa WE SELL AT LOW THICKS J s CROCKERY. TINWARE, g Wooden Ware, g Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. j nnrnrn i Call and Look Over Our 3 Stock and Get Prices. ■ s * iiua'jhja CANNOT BE REVIVED I'mler No Circumstances Can the of ]tc|>nhli<;ans Kunct Any Turlff Laws. A REPUBLICAN PAPER'S VIEW. 'J £ MAIN STREET, g Columbia Falls. Montana, ij a bbobeb rrr.r.r.rrcr.rr.r, F.rr.r,r.n e ■ PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 July 1896

I TABLE. IES. B CITY LOIXIK NO. II. r Ktcninit. in l»#ll ovorthf* riATHOLIC CHCKCH-SERYU KS AT ST. V_< ChuinCIiarch Ml i'ir»t mid Third Suitda»of pacliaunlh. at 9«jn. niid 11 O-m. Bet. H. J. van ue \ > PW’ORTH I.EAQOKS-SEMOK I.KAIil E 0 n. m. Juu* " All In‘l’.i'-I. E" mrvu SamlayaYfl p- m. Junior Commr / > A. R.-OEOROE n. MrCLEU.AN Lx. moot* HI Kcoudr Hull lim K Fourth Satunlarr of ouch mnnlh. comrade* incited to meet with u«. R. F. Tati:, AdJ. 11. U. Babb, t oiu. .... TOST Second nml Vieitimt It'OMAN'S RELIEF COItl’B-MERTS AT It Kenned]- liall Second nnd Fourth Soturdajw of each mouth. YJaUitu: member. Invited, Mr». Sue Ol At ton. I'r.aoietn. COUNTY OFFICIALS. Cointj Clerk and Recorder. 11. TnECT.i.u-i.T. I'ountT Tr^Murcr. A. J. Mr - ronntv Twuarer, A. J. Kino. lonct j Snpt. of School*. P. N. BeaKARP. i'otmtr Am**~*r. J. B. (Iimox. I ori«wr J.ll. USTTLBB. (VottaOc* »ddr«M of abore. Kalirpcl. Mox r. - < ’oentr i ’ommi-aloooni:— K|^n,rOt&am...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 July 1896

SOHE DEMOCRATIC HISTORY. CoiivratloiiK tlmt Have Been Held and Hie Men Who Were Named, The Crise* Through Which the Or ganlzetlon has Paaaed-lt has Sustained Some Overwhelming Defeats, but It Still Lives. Frnm the I'liicucu Rreoni. New Hampshire is the mother of the democratic national convention. The call originated there in May. 1832. Every state was represented except Missouri. The two-thirds rule was adopted in that convention, and in spite of repeated efforts it has been adhered to. The convention indorsed the nomination of Jackson, which had been made by states, and nominated Van Buren for vice-president. TSfe platform was adopted later by a ratification meeting held in Washington. Its principal plank was for protection. The electoral vote of the campaign was: Jackson, 219; Clay,49; Wirt, 7; Floyd, 11. The second national convention of the party was held in Baltimore May 20, 1885. Twenty-two states weto represented by (MX) delegates. The nominees were Van Buren and Johnson of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 July 1896

Columbian. JOHN W. FA-OBl. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, ■v mail: ■Mwlljapar V«mr. Tnx Colombian invitos its patrons •ml friends to send items of ail kinds regarding improvements, and oecurrenoea which are of intereet to the people of the Flathead. Address all fetters to The Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. ■ NTSUCD AT COLUMBIA TALL* fOBTOrriCK A» SECOND CLAM MAIL MATTE*. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS RATABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1896. THE HONEST MONEY TICKET. For President— WILLIAM J. BRYAN, OF NEBRASKA. For Vice-President— ARTHUR SEWALL, OF MAINE. “No Crown of Thorns, “N'o Cross of Gold." - William J. Bryan. “I may he in error, bid in my humble judgment, he who irould rob a man of his necessary food or jtollxde the spring at which he quenches his thirst, or steal airayfrom him his accustomed rest, or condemn his mind to the gloomy night of ignorance, is no more an enemy of his race than the man who, deaf to the entreaties of the poor and blind to thesuffering he icould cause...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 July 1896

THE ■ COLUMBIAN. SIXTH YEA! COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY 30. 1896. NUMBER 31. COLUMBIA F; SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. : OF : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy : L. C. Trent, Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn oii Principal Cities of the United States an.I Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Wm. RKA.D, Cnehier. laaoanBaaaaoaatiatiasiaaaaaaE THE I BEE HIVE! I STORE, t 'JWJUJ j- , WE SELL AT LOW PRICES ^ M CROCKERY, TINWARE, Wooden Ware, Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. r.nr.rrn Call and Look Over Our Stock and Get Prices. aaaanB 3 MAIN STREET. L g Columbia Falls. Montana, g aROcncBr.rKrr.r.r.rrcrr.rnrrEBB PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Attorr\e\j-at-LiaW, COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT LAND FILINGS AND FINAL PROOFS MADE. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONT. A. H. BURCH, ^DENTIST .— Offices: Conrad Block.' KALISPELL, : MONTANA. D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 July 1896

TIME TABLE. ti Fnlls — 1.22 n. in . tearo ColuRibU Falls... SMa-m ■ bftfon? Trnln Ttmf. ■ 'a o. c. w^falls city LODCIE NO. 41. A. KwU Thur»l«r Braoiu. m hall nr«r U.o Pctofllc*. VMUnu broth.r,cWu,Ull=' 1 , '~!. C. S. OASMrr. Rm. R- " • Mai*. M. w. T 0. O. F.—COLUMBIA LOME NO. I ■ Mw(* Krery Tu«Kl*r Eicnlnii At I. O.O. K f« inritod to nttonil. S'. Wnj.ooon»i, N. o. dir> of each month, ot 0 n.m. nnd 11 ».ra. Rev. H.J.va* dk Vex. 'C’PWOBTII LE.WCES-SENIOR, LEAGUE Hi meet* Sumlnj ntCi.-m- Junior Loaxno moot* Sunday al 3 p.m. All inrilod. Ai A. R.—GEORGE B. McCLELLAN POST \JI. moot* at Ktmnody Hall Ihr Socond and Fourth Saturdaya of oach mouth. MhIIub “S^TaS 0 — -EffW Com. AT j Saturday* of wish montS. Vlaltlne mombor. inrltod. Maa. SfE CLAITO*, Prraldont. COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Clark and Racordar. M. Theekiault. County Attorney. StDXET M. LoOA*. Clark of Diatrict Court, Axoantv W. StrtxEV. Countv Traaaurar, A. J. Kixo. County SupL of SchooU. P. N. Bkxaed. Public Administrat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 July 1896

A PROTEST FROM UB»Y. The Proposal Rnail Is not Mlinllhe ' People Want, Says a I'iliieu. Libby, Montnna, July 16, 181H5. Wo fool that Libby.this suminor has taken a start toward that prosperity which its friends have always contended rightfully belonged to it, and was only withuld by reason of the inability of capitalists to tiguro on returns from any investment during the shrinkage in values caused by the past anti-silvor legislation. I say past, for wo believe wo have arrived at the ond of it. The Snowshoo mine is now running the concentrator night and day, turning out from county will pay the damage. The statutes clearly define how a new road must be laid out and the first step after a petition is presontod is to appoint three viewers ouo of whom must be tho county survivor and they must report on tho necessity, practicability and probable cost of i said road before any definite action i can bo token; and any money ex-j pended by the commissioners in violation of the statutes leav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 July 1896

CtalTXXIIL~fori./^-T-l 3ST©-W-S S"CL-p-Ol©3D=L©a=l.-fc: SALE NEXT SATURDAY H. F. wnx BK AUTIO^KU T«> THB BIOHRST BIDDER. Halt at Milwaokrr Dcrrloprrt IMcni.aat larprU*—Lawyer* EarnIds Hare Fat Fee.. UUirauko*. July IC.-Tho proporllos of the Northern Pacific railroad will bo sold next Saturday unless somethlne decldodly unexpected happens. All attorney, of the parties who have agreed upon the sale c*me to Milwaukee this afternoon prepared to flffht a motion for postponement, but were greatly surprised when, after argument had proceeded an hour or no. Joshua Stark, for complainants, stated that no attempt would be made to Interfere with the aale. This statement, made In reply to a Queetion put by Judge Jenkins. astonished the attorneys. Francis Lynde Stettson. attorney for J. P. Morgan ft Co., said: "We will be very glad If the gentleman will tell us Just what was wanted at this time." Stark said all he would ask was that the managers under the reorganisation law be enjoine...

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