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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 March 1897

COLUMBIAN suspended publication on March 18 > Youra sincerely, Mabel B. Pace. SEVENTH YEAB. IE COLUMBIAN. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1897. ARE HUNDREDS OF BILLS UNITED STATES SENATE FLOODED WITH NEW MEASURES. Appointment of IIend«r»on to Succeed Cull o( Florida Flnallr " Scat to Committee. ' Washlncton. March 14.—In the senate today 438 bllU and eight Joint reeoluUone were Introduced. They embraced nearly every phase of public business. Senator Allen's batch of bills numbered about They Included bills directing the foreclosure of the government lien on the Union Paclflc railroad; to prevent professional lobbying; deflnlng the powers of the Judiciary; for service pension, etc. The bms-lntrodoced by ttflator riale related to a cable between the United Slates, Hawaii and Japan, and to tho Uth census. There was a general laugh at one of the ■ pension bills of Senator White of California. "for the relief of William J. Bryan.” Senator Lodge's bills included th...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 March 1897

'... : -v = 1 M’KIItLEY DAS PEOPLE. QnefltloB U Sol to Be — Until Orenter Rerennea Are ProrldeA. jUreh 4.—Preeldent MeKlnUr i ~ ^ i o.il*«m otter be took the office toder. follow*: atlcene: In obcdleoc* to tb* will of - end their pieeence. br the euthorUy ^ BU by thle oath. 1 (unumr the oroaoM ond nepovulble doUee of prreMcnt of the United Stole* relylo* on lb* enpport of my countrymen ond InroMnc tb* (uldonce of Almlsbty Ood. Onr faith teocbee that there I* no enter reliance than upcei the Ood of our father*, who ha* *o elndulorlr forored the Ainerlcon people In every national trial and who will not foreoke u* no Ion* ae w* obey Hla commandment* and walk humbly In HI* The reeponalbllltlea of the hl*h trait to which 1 have been colled, alwey* of orar* Importance, or* eucmented by the prevallln* nualnea* condition*. entalllns Idleneea upon wUlln* labor and lea* to raeful anterprlee*. The country I* auScHn* from Induetrlol dlaturbancea from which speedy relief muet be hod. Our financi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 March 1897

TIME TABLE Going oa*t...looro(.VilnmbiaFalla — 1:01 a. m Going wost.. .loavo Colombia Falls... 5 .-07 a. m. CB^MaiU cIom SO minutes before Train Time. SOCIETIES. T O. O. F.—COLUMBIA LODGE SO. U.I. Meet* Kvery Tu. ..l.iy Etenlu at I. O. O. F. Mall. Vi.itinc membora inTltcd to attaod. J. M. I.Etna. ooc. S. WtLLOt-oiniT. S. O. TOWN AND COUNTY. Put away tho little cbiplota, Turn tho boxlot upside dono, Drape tho tabelets all in mourning, There’s a now law in town. fyjETlKimsT EPISCOPAL CUURCU-^t 7 p..tnT l< 8oniUr , 8eboolat It "^uftori rord'lallr P. W. HAYNES, Pa*tor - BEK- and invited. r-UTHOLIC CHDRCH—SERVICES AT ST. L/ Charles Cliureh on Firvt and Third Sunder* of each mouth, at 9 n.m. and 11 a.m. Kkv. Vax( ’la b ejc bei.b. gPWORTH LEAGUES—SENIOR^ LEAGUE nymUSundarat3p.m. lilinviteri" ** n ° A. R.-GEORGE B. McCLELLAN POST Vjf • moots at KcnntKlj liall tho Second ami Fourth Saturdar* of each month. Viaitinyr comrade* Invited to meet with u*. R. F. Tatk. Adj. H. II. Gau, Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 March 1897

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. - ig improvoraonta, and occurwhich are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. IMTKUD AT COLUMBIA FALLS rOSTOrTICE A8 SKCOVD CLASS MAIL MATTES. ' ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, MARCH 11. 1807. The closing days of the state legislature wore certainly red-hot numbers. Is there any particular difference between trading votes and accepting money as a bribeT The anti-gambliug bill has bocoiSt; law. All honor to the legislature and to Gov. Smith. Now lot the law bo enforced. In order to bo in style The Columbian rises to remark with the other thousand and one Montana newspapers that Grover goes down into obscurity “unwept, unhonored and uosungl” President McKinley made some very pretty promises in bis inaugural address. They all read well in print but the question arises, will Mark Hanna and the other mortgagees allow the gentleman to keep his word in any instance? Will so...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 March 1897

Columbian. W. FA.OE3. SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: londrnncf.MCrnU. • 5om»s patrons j to sond items of all kinds improvements, and occnrwhich are of interest to the b of tho. Flathead. Address all fetters to The Couiuiiian, Columbia Falls, Mont. BXTKBBO AT COLUMBIA BALLS FOSTOmCB AS tECOXD CLAM MAIL MATTEB. AIL ADVERTISINO DILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY^ MARCH 18, 18'j7. VALEDICTORY. The Columbian sincerely hopes that Columbia Falls and her people will see the glad time that has been just a little ways ahead for the past six years. It will come with the development of the resources of this section. That can only bo done wilb additional railroad facilities. Tho development of any resources on tho line of Jim Hill’s road is ^s likely ns a running brook of ice water in tho hottest part of Hades. During tho six yea s of The Columbian’s existence it has put forth its best efforts for its town. It did a simple duty. Mon of sense and rosponsiblity appreciated its efforts. It cater...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 March 1897

•.. > TIME TABLE. Going cast...leave Columbia Falls.... 1:01 a. m Doing vest... leavo Columbia Falls.... 3 £1 n. m ty Malls close 30 minutes beforo Train Time. SOCIETIES. A O. U. W.—FALLS CITY IX)DDK NO. 41. a. Fiaxx Conns, M. W. Postoflico. Visiting brothers co. ' T o. O. F.—COLUMBIA LODGE SO. 43.1. Meets Evorr Tucsdnj Ercning all. O. O. F. J u M u :L^.'&r a ’ h *?. Invited. AL CHURCH- SER- nt 11 a. ro. and isitors cordially P. W. HAYNES, Pastor rUTHOLIO CHURCH-SERVICES AT ST. Charlee Church on First and Third Sundays of each month, at 0 n.m. nnd 11 a.m. Rnv. VANCt-AntnnEiiK. T^PWORTH' LEAGUES—SENIOR LEAGUE Ej meets Sunday at8r.:m. Junior League moots Sunday at 3 p.m. All Invited. S comrades R. F. Tatb. AdJ. H. 11. Garb. Com. WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS-MEETS AT YV Kennedy Roll Second'nnd Fourth Saturdays of onch month. Vleltlngmoiubors Invited, ' Mua. Bud Clayton, President. JOHN A. GIBBONS CAMP^.SONS OF VCTjERench'montii 0 . 1 ' 1 * Ilr * °L.R. Conklin, Captain. F...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 18 March 1897

v - : WE OF CRETE|" E ““' NG TH ^' > ! UF :r TO HE SLEW PEARL BRYAN . f ‘ f TO CLOSE PORTS TODAY. TUE Eater May shut atlon With the Hellenic Capital. March 15.—It U offlclalb’ hero UiU ailcraoan that the roof the four parleura of the powers yesterday Is a definite agreement not to reply to the Creek note, but to Issue orders to the foreign admirals to establish an Immediate blockade of Cretan pons, which will probably go' In full operation Thls^greement is somewhat In tho nature of a concession to Itussla and Krance. ' liUitsUt during tho inlddlt of laat week proposed, with France seconding the proposition, another Joint note to Greece, insisting on the withdrawal of tho troop... instead of an Immediate resort by tin ■ powers to force. Hu«la s action was Inspired. It la officially stated, by a certain sympathy for Greece, but so many objection* were ralsed.W each power In lurn to tho suggestion thut tho course has dually been agreed upon, ft t* thought tho simplest nay to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 June 1903

m * i oyo HENDRICKS’ COLUMBIAN. VOL. I. NO. 1. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, JUNE !0, 1903. BY A CLOUDBURST AT HEPPNER, OREGON. Without the. Least Warning a Torrent of Water 20 Feet Deep Swept Down on the Town and Took Everything With It—300 Bodies RecoveredHouses Turned Into Morgues. lone, Orev Jatye 10.—An appalling horror, uneauailed In the west, occurred at 6:30 Sunday night at Hdppner, Morrow county, blotting out 300 Uvea In a few moments. A cloudburst, which broke ovOr Willow, Creek canyon, loss than half a mile from the town, was responsible for the cataclysm. About two thirds of the town Is completely destroyed, leaving a portion of the business section. The .town Is built almost entirely in the narrow Willow creek bottom, and when the wall of water, 20 feet deep, poured down, nothing could be saved. Grave Diggers Need Help. • About 2C0 bodies of men, wdmon and children, muddy, wet and maimed, and with all the varying emotions on tyeir dead faces that come with an instantaneous c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 June 1903

mATKMt p*»ya«r in advance ,1*. If^not paid within 90 daji from date n&—ikfcplay—11. per equate 'Local! 20 centa per line eaib Special rate* by contract. ^ATDRDATVJUMEW 1903. OTTS LITTLE BOW. , Believing that there was a wide field fer the publication of a family journal— aBttle home paper—that publiehee all. .the local newetall the time, Hendricks Columbian haa come among the people of Columbia Falla. And let it be known io one and all of the people of thia thriving town and vicinity that we are here to atay and become, aa we have already become, etRenoauent adjunct to Colum-,bib-Fall*.. Bet it further be known that we did not dome here to bulldoze the public and force patronage from those who have unwiaely taught themselves to believe that advertising does’t pay, and to presume that a newspaper is but a leech, that draws blood from an un^UMog. people, H*KDRiCKa”Golumbran ia here' to give just and honest treatment to one and all alike, and to give full value Tor every do...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 June 1903

THE AIL HOKE PBODUCT ■Wh«t Tntanplrad Durlap tha Put Weak at Cotamtila Falla and Kltawhere—All About KTatythlnc and Eeorrbody. Mr*. John Hudon, of Kalkpall, wm vIHiinf At th* Falla recantlj. Mari* Blitz, ironi Tnira, it riailing tailh l.«r bruthar near C-duni'iia Fall*. I>r. Row. Dtutiat, uuar ai tha Gat lord, ha* h»l r-aeo yaara raiwrivitce, and it Mirlcily all right. rp. S. Wiunatl haa dug a well nml ff'nn.l a nice don- of water,- in Kenuedy adi'Uiou at a ilrplli ol -10 (okI. Charlea Gerhard nml Fred, tiiebler are tonductiiia um< of ihe neata-ai re<- ■ Burauta In the County neur the Conrcri liall. It i* undentoori that John Boaur the c*uial ptrtouage who krepa J'ui Uill'a road in »o good repair iif thia vi clnity., Cariienier Charley Fair hat jn»t Gni'.he l up a nice dwrUiug for Benton Bell man, jr. Cnriitenaen & Porriaaco, of the Hull rlothlug atom, hare a line of tho /inert merchant tailoring.aaniplea ayer brought to gh* rhy. K. 8. Pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 June 1903

OPERATION— IA MADE KNIFE UNNECESSARY. rwy Imjpent c«a» of NON popularly known — pelvic organ* provariety of disagreeable symptoms that many , the m.Jority of people idea that they are caused by C . women who are sufTerirtt of female weakness _ „ _lr. Hartman, Oolnm- , and give him a complete i of their symptoms and the ea of their trouble*, be wil' lately reply with complete direer treatment, free of .charge. Eva Bartho. 133 Emrt rath Bt, N. Y. Oty. N. Y., writes: «l suffered for tjiree years with leacorrfaea and ulceration of the womb. Hie doctor advocated an operation which 1 dreaded very much, and strongly objected to go under it. Now 1 am a changflkwoman. Peruna«ired me; ft took nine bottles, but I felt so much Improved I kept taking it, as I dreaded an operation so much, lam today In perfect health and have not felt so well for fifteen years.”—Mrs. Eva Bartho. Miss Man* 8teinbach,-1399 12th St., Milwaukee, Wls., writes: '"""Lest winter I felt sink most of the time, wss irregula...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 June 1903

weekly EDrraoisr VOL. I. NO. 2. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA, JUNE 27, 1903. Siade Copie. Wc. Soincriptioa Price UM per Veer. MAI MONTANA NEWS ITEMS. > IMPROVING SANITARY CONDITION GOES ON RAPIDLY. Two Person. Hsv# Gone Insane From _ the Effects of the Disastrous Flood —More Dead Found—170 Bodies All Told So Far—Help In Way of Labor- - era and M^ney Wanted. Heppner, Ore., June 22.—The bad effects of the great disaster at Heppner are now being felt on the residents of this city. Word has reached here that Mrs. Sarah Stamp of Heppner, who was visiting at Prescott, Wash., a town a long distance from here, has been»ommltted to the Insane asylum at Medical Lake. She became Insane a week ago yesterday, ft Is said that while In Prescott she heard a prophecy of a fortune teller that all Heppner Vould be destroyed by a great flood. The news to her was so fearful that she could not stand up under It and she was driven into a maddening rage, and had to be sent to the insane hos- pital. W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 June 1903

•w'M: CMnmbia Falls- Tho (tooKfanl'ica 1 poiition ofCol,uml>m Full* c»u beat b« daacribeJ in the «(«tem«»t tbavjt is miilwny betw««n llie line *.80 per'yeai 1 in advance t paid wiUiili 90 daya from.dale ' sna iaplay—»1. per square Locals 20 cents per line each Special rates by contract. I SATORPAY. JUKE 27 1903. Horth gyp* ol lurreyors A company at lurrsyors ar* now gaced surreyin^ prosptetireright-of-way for the proposed new north and south •read. Instead of thi^line running from Whltefish to Kalispell as has b«en previously claimed, the new survey now being made crosses the west side of the Gelnmbia Falls townslte, and . runs di rectljr-through the center of Hall & MeCartby'e saw mill and juuclionSv »itl| the natural jonCiUmof the main line from Columbia Falls north. It is •imply the northern extension of the northern road to the coal tielils, and will go directly from Columbia Falls eoutb across lbs only practical crossing of the Flathead river, just, below...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 June 1903

THE ALL HOME PRODUCT What Transpired Raring thn.Pait Weak at CoiuukJrJa Falla ami BUntrhVra—All Xbout Everything and KveryUody. Mr*, t. E. lawia vigiteil (iurinjc- th« week at Kulibptll. A. J. King wna at ilia Pella AVailnaaiay and ThdnHgjr. Attornry J. K. Millar wd* * i-minlv Mat visitor tha first of thr tr rk. ' M J Lord Broa. have imrclina -Jl n now rrd trkgon for da!iv ly and gnnrrui tilu. P. II. Kelly of the OaiMM, aiiebt a fMr«lajlof tlio I’rBl week nt SiK.kniie. J W. n. Smiili, Inrni Milvvanltus. ie Visiting willi hit sitter, Mre.Wi I Ki-^hw. nil''Vh-1! hi Ouimir'ia Fiills.lia* 4>crll r ruivy-l in this olHco. The first issue w ., - -of then-w p.ii-cr i» lull olinuaol hsjal .r 1 of , V , *i:« 11 . iiiltr-B! to the |. 0 ..|iN of C.ilumbla FaiU hit Inl.s fnrmlsa visii.during ihe work. :inJ U,h l.nsiiirss inen of thst plarp ery Mrs. J J. KiUpgJrlrk, wl.o had lieen ill for »ome time. !i now repotted vau- TalMlfllt. Toney Burues, a tllnheytnsn'for linnMn’s crew, came in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 June 1903

11 FAB COME TO STATE OF INGTON IN AUGUST, i Will Again Have a Chance to Tell Him of Their Wishes—Former Conference Had Good Effect—Sam Hill la President of Good Roads As-VW-skU Seattle, Wash.. Juno 26.—President James J. Hill of the Great Northern will visit this'state during August,‘and his representatives here believe that if he is invited to do so, he will then deliver one or more addresses to the farmers of eastern Washington on transportation matters. Any Invitation which comes to Mr. Hill should come in the'aame form as the ones which he accented last year—Invitations for conferences at which the farmers may present their needs In the matter of freight rates- or other concessions, which may thereupon be considered by Mr. H1U. U is believed that the conference which the rai.road presidents held with the farmers last summer and the sweeping reductions In grain rates which followed them did a great deal toward allaying the popular sentiment in favft of a railroad commission, and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 July 1903

WEEKLY EDnTON. VOL. I. NO. 8. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. JULY 4, 1903. THE SILK TLAC CULLED FROM DISPATCHES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. A Review of Happening* In Both Eastern and Western Hemlspherea the Past Week-National, • Historical, -Political and Personal Events Tersely Told. Sir Thomas Upton, the challenger for the America's cup, lunched with President Roosevelt at the White House recently. Clarence English of Nebraska City, Netov anA 'IBattllng” Nelson of Chl'cago fought -It rounds to a draw In Kinsao City,' Mo, recently. Nlck^Snrley of Seattle knocked out Joe Ohoynskl In the second round recently at Dawson. Choynskl announces this evening that he will never light Again_ • Great Northern officials predict as a result of the great wheat crop all former traffic records will be broken In the northwest next year. Conditions are good everywhere. Range men praise the cattle Industry. Frederick James JJalley, naval storekeeper at Esquimau, hear Victoria, B. C, was murdered recently at th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 July 1903

'.•*w Columbian -- , Kv**T SAtC^AT. _ •»M0IUI , T10N—$2.60 per year iu advance |3. it^not paid within 90 days from date S'*"* . Atiy**TMnro—dSBpiay—»1. per sqaaro monthly. Locals 20 cents per line each inaaition. Special rate* by contract. SATDBDAY. JCLT 4 1903. Zke XBodow lourth. To-day in almott every city, town and hamlet in thia vast republic are asaem,blad people to celebrate with joy and gratitude the anniversary of America’s indendenco, and while there ie no formal programme befitting so grand an occasion, at Columbia Falls, our people are nevertheless joyful and grateful, As the emblem of liberty is unlurled to the breese upon this day, it seems to fill our hearts with joy and pride more than upon any other day in the year. But on this memorable day there seems to be depicted more vividly, and portrayed more deeply within the folds of that moat glorious of all banners on earth, the memory of those who in ages past •truggied that we might enjoy the freedom'that this . grand g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 July 1903

GEM NEWS HEMS THE ALL HOME PHODUCT VhX Truapind During th« p«»t Week Mt OolaaeMe FalU enCt Klee where—All leouUETerything; and Eter/body. *SlZJZi£Si?T*“ Wp ^ Veteran Frank B. Ko»er, now at Birrker. Mont., will’be'home next 4nonth. , Df. Jk.Jttowe, tbe optician, will be at theGaylord next Wedneeday and Than d»yDon’t forget that tb® subecription price of the iCkjlumbian remain* at |2.60 a year. * Weary'Hoaart, day look-out on the Schooner: Selvage, reporta good e#ey sailing. - . .' pan 1 & Pots handlo everything. No $$$«*** fenarat- department etor Bud' ;Hockett,o{ Bon her’t Ferry, is risltUig^among old time friend* at Co- forget the grand ball on the evening of ^the 3d: It will b* tbe event - of-tbe •eaton. • ■•'«?> . A complete Tine dl fnrnitore purrha*ed in car load lote. at-Carr & Posa will be •old at right prices. tf arhe fellow who raid Jimmy McNeill -wee looking for a home don’t know what he it talking about. “Bke .report that Pace got out a g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 July 1903

of Indiana’s Useful Educators Says: “I . Feel Like a New Man.” if -A. B. CUMMINS OF DE8 MOINES HEADS THE TICKET. MR-JOHN W. MENQ. Mr. John Meng, 54 Jeffreson Ave., Indianapolis, Jnd., State rep-esentatlre of Indianapolis'Bnsiness College, writes: “Iflrmly believe that I owe my fine health to Peruna. Constant travel and change of food and water wrought havoc with my stomach, and for months I suffered with Indigestion and catarrh of the stomach. Uelt that the only thlhg to do was to give up my occupation which I felt very reluctant to do. Seeing an ad. of Peruna as a specific for catarrh I decided to give It a trial, and used it faithfully for six weeks, when 1 found that my troubles had all disappeared and I seemed like a new man. I have a bottle of Peruna In my grip all the time, and occasionally take a few doses which keeps me in excellent health.” ->fo!ui W.Meng. v The most common phases of .smnmer ’ who need a good remedy.;. As a tonic catarrh are catarrh of the stomac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 11 July 1903

WEEKLY EDnroisr. t w Coltimbian. VOL. L NO. 4. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA. JULY 11, 1908. SlBttc Copies lie. Subscript* Price UM per ye«r. mmm\ GREAT NORTHERN HAS 8MA8HUP NEAR MIDVALE, MONT. Fifty Cars In the Ditch, 20 Entirely Demolished—Four Hoboes .Killed— Passenger Train on Northern Pacific off the Track—Engineer Killed at Detroit, Minn. . Butte, Mont., July 9.—A special from Havre says: A freight wreck on t&e Great Northern, caused by a defective rati, occurred just thie side of • Midvale. Forty-eeven box cars are In the ditch, 20 or which were entirely demolished. Pour hoboes were killed, two bodies having been recovered and two are still in sight In the debris. The names of the dead can not be learned. Passengers and mall on passenger trains Nos. 2 and 4 were transferred to east and westbound, the trains being turned around. Also North Coast Limited. Helena, Mont., July 9.—A bulletin Just received here states that the North Coast Limited on the Northern Pacific was w...

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