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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 June 1892

The Couumdian Reaches Moke Homes in the Flathead Valley than All Other Parers Combined. Subscrirtion Lists Open to Advertisers R'y;—: ; THE COLUMBIAN. SECOND YEAR. BAUrSTK OB’ : COLUMBIA FALLS, Ooltunbia Palls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Dsris, James A. Telbotl, : Butto, t - BirtW, J. E. Garlord, : : Butte, Mt. B. Tibbey : : Butte, ML L. C. Trent, : : Salt Lake. S. T. Hauser, : : Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A GenoralBanking Business Transacted. Win. READ, Cmhlor. Harry A. Peace, RealEstate AcynsrT. — Has for Sale Choice City and Ranch Property. Lota in Columbia Falls ranging from $275 upwards. Desirable Rauches in all parts of the valley from $500 to WOOD. Houses for Rent and Sale. Parties wishing to buy or rent will do well to call on me. I am also agent for the Trumbull Shingle Co., and carry a largo stock of Good Cedar Shingles. Yours for Business, HARRY A. PENCE, Office Finrt Door North Poetnflloe. Colombia Falls, : Montana. Dr. A....

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 June 1892

OF THE WEEK. question ol incorporation isbeWiiMod by citirona. L. D. Newoomb, the Domerevaic was in town yesterday. for rent and solo; bargains in lots. Lindsey & WbiqHT. and pool tables have boon added to the McCarthy & Bonnetl C. D. MacCroory of Kalispell, came up last evening on a business trip. Tom Beilly has bis saloon fixed up and it is one of the neatest places in the valley. Mrs. Boostnan, Misses O. and E. Boesman of Helena, are at the Columbia hotel. E. L. Harwood and John Weightman came up from Kalispell Friday to get a glimpse of city life. C. A. Nuss, of tho Groat Northern Lumber company, and Harry Olnisteed arrived from Butte Friday evening. It is reported that V. C. Smith his sold 40 acres of his valuable homestead near Columbia Falls at a handsome figure. Land and mining law a specialty. Langford & Floor. The Windsor dining room is now open under the direction of Denn & Buss. It is one of the neatest dining rooms in tho ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 June 1892

OF THE WEEK. question ol incorporation isbeWiiMod by citirona. L. D. Newoomb, the Domerevaic was in town yesterday. for rent and solo; bargains in lots. Lindsey & WbiqHT. and pool tables have boon added to the McCarthy & Bonnetl C. D. MacCroory of Kalispell, came up last evening on a business trip. Tom Beilly has bis saloon fixed up and it is one of the neatest places in the valley. Mrs. Boostnan, Misses O. and E. Boesman of Helena, are at the Columbia hotel. E. L. Harwood and John Weightman came up from Kalispell Friday to get a glimpse of city life. C. A. Nuss, of tho Groat Northern Lumber company, and Harry Olnisteed arrived from Butte Friday evening. It is reported that V. C. Smith his sold 40 acres of his valuable homestead near Columbia Falls at a handsome figure. Land and mining law a specialty. Langford & Floor. The Windsor dining room is now open under the direction of Denn & Buss. It is one of the neatest dining rooms in tho ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 June 1892

A CURIOUS TALE. We had brought our chairs out on the lawn, for the night was hot and sultry. A low hanging harvest moon spread its full radiance over field and meadow, and the heavy feeling of oppression rested on us alL Wo were but a small party, but entirely congenial. From boyhood up wo had ever been close companions, and the only breach had come when Alec had been sent on business for his house to a far-away Southern town, there to negotiate the transfer of a coffee plantation. At the time of his departure he was engaged to bo married, and expected soon to return to claim his bride, but on arriviug at his destination be found that certain business and logoi formalities would detain him much longer than ho anticipated. Writing home to his fiancee of his disappointment, she determined to go out to him, and by the next steamer she was on her way. That was one year ago, and to-night was the first time we four chums had been together in all that time. We had heard, but in meager deta...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 June 1892

5^: Tnc Colombian Reachcs More Homes in the Flatmeao Valley than All Other Parers Comsinso. Subscription Lists Oren to IXK, THE COLUMBIAN. tSSSSSUXS ■ EOOIRREO TOR nilST-ClASS » pRiNTiMAfrETeIit KiND'. It > Leads. AKno in YdO« OH- j ekss: i i . SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 189j2. NUMfcEfe 23{ : OS' COLUMBIA FALLS Columbia Falla, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. DbtU. : James A. Talbott, : J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibbey : : L. C. Trent, : S. T. Hauser, : : Butte, Mt. Butte, ML Butte, Mt. Butte, ML Salt Lake. Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. ■Win. ItKA.D, Cashier. Harry A. Peace, RealEstate -A-G-EHSTT. Has for Sale Choice City and Ranch Property. Lots in Columbia Falls ranging from 1275 upwards. Desirable Ranches in all parts of the valley from 1500 to $4000. Houses for Rent and Sale. Parties wishing to buy or rent will do well to call on me. \ I am also agent for the Trumbull S...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 June 1892

NEWS OF THE WEEK. HONORING THE DEAD. Ov*r thirty name* hare been sixu^ to tho roll of tho now A. O. U. W. lodge that is to bo instituted tonight Tho intorost manifested insures atrong lodge. Land and raining law LisoronD & a specially. , & Bloo^ [ Hot. O. VV, Ida, tho infant child of Hot. O. Mintror, although dangerously ill for tho past two days, is reported improved, and hopes cro entertained for its recovery. Tho cup case in J. M. Grist's har- bor shop is a homo-mado article. Tho material and work is creditable to any house and reflects credit upon tho makers, Olson & Johnson. Order your boor of Murphy & Co. They sell goods cheaper than other house in tho valley. Treasurer Lewis of tho Columbian Literary Society requests tl o o having claims against tho society to present their bills at once. There is now the sum of $12,11 in tho treasury nud bills will bo paid. Ed McConvillo has resigned tho agency of tho American Express company a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 June 1892

Watchihg a strange case. After eleven months of careful watching, the remarkable manifestations of Mrs. Mary Stuckenborg, of Louisville, continue as when they first appeared. The medical men of Louisville, having had a chance to explain the mystery about the manifestations, and those who wore thori having confessed it beyond their power to assign a cause, the Catholic Church, represented by Bishop MeCloskoy, took the case in charge, The woman is now in St. Joseph's Infirmary, in Fourth Street, between Chestnut and Broadway. According to the Louisville Courier-Journal, she is closely watched by priests, who act under the direction of the Bishop, and it is said that ho is receiving instructions from Rome, regarding the case. How long this investigation will continue is not known. When the manifestations first appeared, on the first Friday of June, 1891, priests visited her regularly, and hod become convinced that there was no fraud. Dr. M. F. Coomee had charge of the scientific examin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 June 1892

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, ■V MAIL: £r®“ ncwu. Th* Coluhbijj* in rites its patrons end friends lu send items of afi kinds rqnuding impeovoments, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all Utters to Thb Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mout. BITSUO AT COUWBIA.rAlXt TOSTOmc* AS ssrosn class sail hattse. ALL ADTERTISINO BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY. JUNE 2. 1102. Some eastern papers are going to make Blaine run for president whether ho wants to or not. The Flathead railroad project is an actual fact, and Columbia Falls gets the road. That has been settled for the past sixty days. Where is Belra Lockwood f Where is St. John! Where is Henry George! Where is Peffer and his whiskers! The campaign is here and these old roujxfoi'B^re missing. Chairma^Clarksou states with an air of mystery: “Harrison would be a gttd candidate, Blaine a bettor one, but I ha to a candidate better than either.” Clarkson's candidate's name is probably Clarkson. The rep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 June 1892

Tmc Columbian Rcaches Monc Homes in the Flathead Valley than All Othcn Papers Comoineo. Subscription Lists Open to Advertisers : THE COLUMBIAN. Business Men Will Find The Columbian Job Office Equipped tor First-Class Printino op Every Kind; It Leads. Send in Your Orders. . . . . . . . . . SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1892. . BAJSTK ov : COLUMBIA FALLS, Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy : L.‘ C. Trent, S. T. Hauser, : Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Bulto, Mt, Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A Geueral Banking Business Transacted. ■VVm. ItlGA-I), CnnUlcr, Barry A. Peace, RealEstate -A-G-EUSTT. Has for Sale Choice City and Ranch Property. Lots in Columbia Falls ranging from $275 upwards. Desirable Ranches in all parts of the valley from $500 to $1000. Houses for Rent and Sale. Parties wishing to buy or rent will do well to call on me. ~I am al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 June 1892

OF THE WEEK. w|w up from Egan ou Cbas. Dilger and Sam Kohlborg of Helena, were In town Friday last i. P. Cooke of Chicago, and E. M. Young, Salt Lake, wore in town last week. Cigars at wholesale O’Regau. B. F. Cummings and J. P. McKen na came up from Ealispell Sunday to see a lire town. R. D. Beckon talks business about clothing in this week’s paper. Road his ad. on the first page. Horseback riding is now the fashion, and every one who can own an animal indulges in tho healthful and delightful pleasure. For lubricati ing oil ielson, oil of all kinds go Walker & Co. Tho base ball season is here "and the Columbia Falls boys are getting in shape to beat any nine that may happen to come along. Frank Exllno, W. N. Noffsingor, Omar Hoskins, O. A. Burger, and W. F. Moody were among a score of Kalispellites who were in town during the past week. Fine Crayon Portrait given away to everr purchaser of $10 worth goods: call and see sample. ' ' ' Nelson, Walker & Co. Oswa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 June 1892

M^iiT R0HA1MA. Thonows.pubUahedio tho^un to the effect that two orchid huiitcrs, named Cromer and Sojlor, had a»condod Mount Roraimo, may have been very tame to the general public, but in the world of science and odven ture it cannot help but have made a profound impression. Around Mount Boraima clustered the strangest imaginings, the deepest mystery, and recollections of wonderfully interesting attempts to dees them all op and master the groat secret. Many and many a man hoped that it might bo his lot to bo the first explorer to ascend the mountain, and here in Now York two men, who considoret themselves equal to the task, wore endeavoring to enlist capital to make the trial. Mount Boraima lies on or close to the disputed borders of British Guiana and Venezuela, but has always been connected with British Guiana in the minds of those who have interested themselves in its mystery, because it has boon by routes across the British colony that they who have tried to master it have usual...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 June 1892

* : Golumbian. JOKN W. PAS3S3. rsiKLf NETMi PEB D'kVOTED TO XH* Isroibttr or THE Futukad Reoiov. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. BY mail: ix iovites its patrons tad itoms of all kinds ' proTonioats, and occur- i ( are of in to rest to Uio Flathead. AddraWall The Oolobbiax, Columbia Falls, Mont. dMTMMMD AT COLUHBIA FALLS FOSTOmCB AS SKOOMD CLAM HAIL MATTKI. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, JUNE 9. 1892. Mr. J. J. Hill was too busy to cat that banquet In Alkali Flat. Ho feared the cathartic water of that locality would be served. When miners are being killed in this world at the rate of fifty per day almost any demand for wages that they might make seems reasonable. David Bennett Hill nearly bfoko the door of the senate chamber in getting out to avoid a vote on the silver question. Dave is now king of the straddle-bugs. Two follows in Chicago attempted to corner com. They are now broke. They wore short only a million, like most other men. Cora and its juice are ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 June 1892

Tmx Columbian Rcachcs /"TA t if T'H It T T ii /f T A f Business MCN Will Fin# . More Homes in the Flat- '■'III,' /^/\l 1 V/llil /\ iX. The Columbian J8b Ofne« head Valley than All Oth- 1 1—1 1—4 1 II 1? 1 V/1 |—<£ | /\ V Equipped tor FiRsf-Class cr Parers Combined. Sub- m \ m 1 III 1 1 ■ 1 % | PriNtiNo or EveRt Kino. It scription Lists Open to 1 -H V V y\ / Ivt J -ll Jl / V X . Leads; bend in YOUR OR- Advertisers JL JL JL -■—W ^ A JL—4 Jl JL JL—JL jL. A. -i- ▼ • r\ DERSt . ■ / V SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1892. Number 25, baistk: : OFi COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Palls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : : Butto, Ml. James A. Talbott, : Butto, Mt. J. E. Gaylord, : : Butto, Mt. B. Tibboy : : Butto, Mt. L. C. Trent, : : Salt Lake. S. T. Hauser, : : Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the Unitod States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. f \vm. It IS AD, Ciwhlor. Harry A. Peace, RealEstate -A-OEISTT. Has for Sale Choice Ci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 June 1892

NI-WS OF THE WEEK. V. II. Mumbnioof Domorsvillo wns in town Sunday. C. Miller left Sunday for Missoula where ho expects to remain. Val Blatz boor, Laudy & O'Rognn. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Engle and Mr. Mrs. Owen Owens, of Domorsvillo wore in town Sunday. Frank Langford, M. A. Langford, George I. Bumbangh and C. T. Woruccko are on a trip to the Xortli Fork country. Cigars at wholesale bv Landy & O'Kogan. . ' Will Columbia Falls have a Fourth of July celebration T This question is being frequently asked and must soon be answered. C. A. Nuss took a trip to tho coni mines this week. Ho found that a groat deal of development work had taken place since his last visit. For lubricating oil of all kinds go to Kelson, Walker & Co. Tho school trustees have decided upon thirty days more of school, one week of which has already passed. J. M. Lewis is the teacher in charge. A children’s chorus is being arranged by some of tho singers of the city and daily practice i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 June 1892

THE ALOMINIUM MAN. A correspondent of the New York World writes that ho knows n man living in a certain Rocky mountain region who merely wished to live to bo 600 years old at least and enjoy himself with utter immunity from physical decay for that period, and who attained the corporeal condition necessary for the fulfillment of hia desire by exchanging the gaseous part of his organism for aluminium. On the occasion of the correspondent’s first meeting him ho explained his materialistio views of life and his other ideas at great length, and then spoke of the remarkable project which ho eventually carried out. It was plain, to bo seen that ho was insane, but in such a case argument was useless. I was then on my way to Helena Mont., and was obliged to bo at that place on the following day to meet a business engagement. I was dealing in mines in those days, and expected to moot a party of Now York capitalists who had eomo out for the purpose of buying a gold mine which I had in hand. I ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 June 1892

c Columbian. v J v> - i Ncnriru OrronnTOTHB or Ttr* Flathead TERMS Or SUBSCRIPTION, ■r mail: ?S?2c»,n'r«iu. 110 emu. Thi Colowwah inritos iu patrons and friends to send items of all kinds improvements, and oecurich arc of interest to the of the Flathead. Address all to The Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. ■KTBUD AT COtCBBIA TALLB ISBTOrTICX AS AKCOXD CL ASA MAIL MATTU. ALL ADVEATTSINd BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OP EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1»92. The republicans will overlook some good gubernatorial timber if they fail to consider the name of Capt. James H. Mills. Editor Lyman of the Independent is shown by the result of the Minneapolis convention to have prophesied nearly every important move. The magnificent bridge across the Flathead river will bo open to the public within ten days. It will be an event in the history of the Flathead valley, and will bo the strong commercial link that binds the fertile east side and Columbia Falls in a business sense. The opening of the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 June 1892

-«* O' . • Thi Columbian Rcachco Mont Homes in tmc Flatmcao Valley than All Other Papers Combined. Subscription Lists Open to Advertisers. •••••• jf •; v - COLUMBIAN. /•-•—:—i Bueinmb Mcn Wilu Pino j»j Tmc Columbian Joa Orncc | { EOUIPBCO por First-Ciabs > Printing or Every Kind. It! > Lr»os. send in YouR Or- J OCRS j J . - _ - . _ ■gl’jj SECOND YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1892 NUMBER 26. 13A^]Sriv i OK : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Bavin, : : Butt®, Mt. JamwTA. Tnltwtt, : Butt®, Mt. J. E. Gaylord, : : Butt®, Mt. B. Tibboy : : Butt®, Mt. L. C. Trent, : : Salt Lake. S. T. Hauser, : : Helens, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the Cuitod States and Europe. A General Banking Businces Transacted. "Win. ItK-YD, Cuehler. Harry A. Peace, RealEstate -A.QEUSr'T'. Has for Sale Choice City and Ranch Property. Lots in Columbia Falls ranging from $275 upwards. Desirable Ranches in all parts of the valley from $500 to $...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 June 1892

NEWS OF THE WEEK. Wm. Chonoy of tho steamboat lino wss in town Saturday. Mrs. B. P. Bortlosou lias roooverod from her recent sickness. F. B. Whitwell and E. Gale of Kalispell were in town Friday. Dick Hutton came down from the coal mines Sunday for a few hours. Henry W. Heidomau, tho Demorsville lawyer, was in town Tuesday. Miss Ida Desmond, who was reported quite sick last week, is about “ffaiuE. H. Martin will leave in a few days fortiroensburg, Ohio, his former homo. Val Bktz boor, Landy & O'Regan. W. B. Shaw and Georg(' E. Palmer, knights of tho grip and sample trunk, are in town. Cigars at wholesale by Landy &. O’Regan. Lewis Folborg and Miss Amanda Burchard, both of Sheldon, wore granted a license to many. Harry Jonos loft on Tuesday’s stage for tho Occur d’Alono country where ho expects to remain. For lubricating oil of all kinds go to Nelson, Walker & Co. Mrs. John Weightman of Kalispell spent Friday and Saturday with Mrs. Peter Schumacher...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 June 1892

TO BARPLACUE. Uncle Sam'ii Domeln Qnarentlncd by a More or Le« lraprc<rnable Sanitary Fence. .National J*pro.j HoapiUl-The Orient a Itrrrdlur rUre-KneUnd Lai In Eaforrlng Her KrimlaUoaa. Tho establishment of n national leprosy hospital is provided for by a bill that will be introduced in this Congress. This frightful disease is at present exciting . tho alarmed attention of the Federal health authorities. It is very much more common in the United States than is gaperaljy imagined,because local of&cials customarily .ignore and even conceal cases unless compelled by public calmor to take action. This they do .for the reason that they know not how to dispose of them. A discovered leper is always a terror and a burden to a community. No State has an institution for lepers, and those afflicted with the complaint are usually hidden away under conditions of extreme wretchedness to themselves. It is asserted on competent authority that lepers exist today in every good...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 June 1892

The Columbian. W. PACK. t Minnrim to the or TBS Futhsjld Rmion. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, - BY mail: Thb CoLVBBiks.inYiliss it* natrons and friends to send items of aU kinds refrarduur improvements, and occurrencee which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to Tas Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. ■rrsasD at colcmbia fall* ronomes a» ■SCOVD CLASS MAIL MATTU. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OP EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, JUNE 23. 1892. The farmers of (ho Flathead valley are enjoying as fine growing weather as those of any farming district between the two oceans. It looks ns though Cleveland would have a walkaway with the democratic nomination. It looked as though Blaine was a sure winner, but he wasn't. In the language of that peerless statesman, Jerry Sim peon, “ye can't tell a damn thing about politics.” . Letters of inquiry about the great North Fork valley are being received by The Columbian every day. That wonderful region will settle rapidly when the t...

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