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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 1 October 1891

He Won Faro by a Split in a and Saved His from tbo Hope. Game Keck One Way of SeUllns: the Question of Whether a Life Shall be Taken for a Life. . Navajo Joe wafc out of luck. Ordinarily his vagaries wore not regarded in Cinnabar. His frequent appearance in the single street in a voluntary of nice feats of horsemanship, coupled with an exhibition of pistolshooting, in which old tomato cans and posse* beer bottles performed os targets, had hitherto oxcitedmo more baleful sentiments in the Cinnabar bosom than disgust. “Shootin’ up the town a whole lot,’ was the name of this engaging pas time as given by Navajo Joe, and up to date the exercise had passed un- challenged. . But to-day it was different. Camps, like individuals, have moods, now light, now dark; and so it was with Cinnabar. Just at this time Cinnabar was experiencing a wave of virtue. This may have come spontaneously from the germs of order which, after all, dwelt sturdily in the Cinnabar breast. I*, might have boon excited...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 1 October 1891

• store. mT boen conOncd « past week witb .ut is reported to bo _ ?Sfchctod»yr tho Agues Booth cigar at the il drug store—it’s o dandy. Tom McLeod was in town Saturday, and tho formal transfer of tho M. M. store to Ramsdcll Bros, was made. Mr. Ramsdoll took charge Saturday morning. Get your prescriptions filled by Donaldson, the pharmacist, at tho Model drug store. Messrs.' Hatfield and Drake turned Saturday from a prospecting trip of two weeks' duration. What they found in the way of ore has not been made public, but they brought back a large and elegant bearskin as a trophy. •» Land and mining law a specialty. ** Lutoroan & Bloch. Mr. and Mrs. Galen H. Wheeler arrived in Colombia Falls, Saturday, and took up permanent quarters in the cottage on Ninth street that Mr. Wheeler built last summer. They are “at home” to friends after Oct. 1. prices on all i him. Sully wants to < goods in his liue. : . the school 1 been adopted by the legislature for six years, and...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 October 1891

’ft -**.,'.* 0 THE COEIMHIAX. r FIRST YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1891. B^ISTK COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIEECTOBS: A. J. Davis, James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, L. C. Trent, S. T. Hauser, : Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Trans- acted. r ■Wm.iHBA.D, Oatoler. HIS BI6 TUNNEL Brick Pomeroy’s Great Ambition to Bore Straight Throngh the Grand Old Boekies. The Ball way Distance Between Denver and Salt Lake City to be Les- sened 230 Miles. ‘A im SINGLETON. Contractor, AND 1 Builder. Will Contract and Execute Class of Buildings. Every Contracts taken for Excavations, and for the Construction of"All Classes of Buildings. Columbia Falls, Montana. DB. JOS. PIEDALUE. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON^ Office Coulin-Miller Block. Ooluratolo. jceoie, Mont. SIDNEY M. LOGAN, Altoney-at-Law. U. S. OOMMISSIONEE. Land Ovncr Bests ass Attended To. OFFICE: Snlll...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 October 1891

Vp-'-V irfffsss TuSarf’twffi mm ^ 'r^sy \ THURSDAY, OCT. 8,1891. Some newspaper gentlemen have n habit of magnifying any scrape that occurs in the Flathead country. As an instance, the Anaconda Standard has two-thirds of a column about a Flathead man who sat down on a hatchet. *- ~ Helena and Occur d’Alene men are embracing each other, and taking rows of eternal friendship, drinks, etc. It is thought by many in Bozoman that Helena has captured the entire Cceur d’Alene vote for the per- manent capital. After reading 1,016 columns, more or less, of the Penrose case in Butte, we are convinced that wo will not have an opportunity to give the $25 offered by this paper for tho apprehension and conviction of tho mur- derers of Penrose. Fully 180,000 head of cattle will bo shipped from Montana this year. Estimated at the extremely low price of $30 per head, the state’s cattlemen will realize $5,400,000 for the year. That is about $32 for every inhabitant of the state. The American hog is sl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 October 1891

I Strange in the Murder Case of Alexander Dale of New York City. Through the Phonograph Came the Words that Brought Serauton to the Gallows. A groat mystery surrounded the sadden death of Alexander Dale. Certain metropolitan newspapers claimed that ho had committed suicide, while others contended that a murder had been perpetrated. The detectives were all at sea in the matter and refused to express on opinion. ^ .So far as the public know, the facts of the case were these: Alexander Dale, president of' the Western Land Improvement company, with offices in the Hollis building, Now York City, had been for years a prominent and respected business man of the metropolis. He had been a member of several exclusive clubs and hod kept bachelor’s hall in handsome stylo, One morning he was found dead in bed, a dagger through his heart. The weapon was so situated that two theories regarding his demise were tenable. Either his own hand or that of a murderer had wielded the fatal blow. The myster...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 8 October 1891

> Smith It is in88 could daily at tho New [Co. are receiving groceries te rate of two tone a day, and trade has boon good from tho their doore were opened, ampeto in prices and goods r hpuse in tho Flathead valley. Beautiful neglige shirts in silk and wod forjbedd bachelors at the Non Work on E. W. Main’s new building has been common cod and will be pushed to an oarly completion. The foundation is complete and tho solid brick work of tho first story is to be immediately commoncod. Did you soo those pretty new dress flannels at tho Now York Cash Bazar? Last Saturday afternoon tho Frazier sale occurred, and was attended by a large number of ranchmen. The goods brought fair prices, and tho large quantity of goods were disposed of and buyers wore satisfied. The Windsdr House wants to your butter, eggs and chickens. Seven months ago last Monday the town of Columbia Falls was bom. In that time it has grown steadily and healthily. No wild boom has upset business, but tho progres...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 October 1891

YOU WIUL KNOW THE NEWS AND PROGRESS or the Flathead region if you READ THE Columbian Regularly. subscribe Now. TRET - w- '’.aSk* • 1 X ▼# FIRST YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1891. BAISTK COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. AT REST AT LAST, Ireland's Great Leader, Charles Stew- art Parnell, No Longer Nuni- bored with the, Living. His Sudden Death Matter Not Only for Surprise and Regret but ’ for Belief as Well. DIRECTORS: A. J. Dark. James A. Talbott, J. E. GBykad, L. C. Trent, : ' S. T. Hauser, : Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake, Helena, Mt. , Exchange Drawn on Principal C of the United States and Europ Cities opo. A General Banking Business Transacted. Wm. READ, CoalUor. EDWIN SINGLETON. Contractor, Groat Britain and Ireland wore startled on tjio morning of October 7 by the utterly unlooked-for announcement that Charles Stewart Parnell, the noted Irish leader, had die* •ttd- lioll grief. . “I do not believe ho died a natural death,” she said at on...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 October 1891

■» A powder and sockless are two now inventions winch ore to bo tested during the next John L. Sullivan is “flat broke" Australia. The only bad luck we wish John is that he will never bo able to walk home. Governor Campbell and Major McKinley held a joint debate at Ada, Ohio, the other day and the tariff was discussed in every bearing. It is doubtful, if the opinion of many ite patrons voters was changed. The reading of all kinds man gets hi* information of such and occur- frcm the papers of the day, and notes passing events. Joint debates may be good things for dress parade, but their value from an educational standpoint is very difficult to determine. Farmers, mechanics and merchants will know by 1892 whether the present tariff is doing them good or harm; each man must watch the effect of the tariff upon his products, business or labor, as the case may bo, and vote according ly. Until every man takes the tariff matter homo to himself and analyzes its effects upon his own interests...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 October 1891

If* * ’ '*T r? TRIED AND TRUE. C&| to tie Test. ; ; . ' HU Colonel Relieved of the KeeMsity \ of Sendtnsr in an Unfavorable \ Confidential Report. Up there between Quetta and Candahar it goto vqry oold in January— a nasty, biting, blustering cold that nip* the liver and shortens the temper; that comes whistling round your mnd hut with a northeast wind from off the snows, and cracks the shriveled skin off you like old parch inent.- ' • ; • .The colonel blew on h!s fingers, .howled for fresh wood to be piled upon the fire, and fell to the contemplation of his thumb, which was frost-bitten. Before him upon the table lay the loathsome sheets of foolscap known as tho “Annual Confidential Reports.” Some of these were already filled in, some blank as yet. Each was headed by the name of an officer, and fringed by. the I impertinent personal riddles sent yearly for commandants to answer. ' Now, even when forced to look from the point of view of disapproval upon any one of his "bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 October 1891

tho rustling 6, left Sunday > Kootenai country. SSS-— Bt th6 Mr*. George L Bomba ugh, who has been fll for the past ton days, is recovering. She was threatened with typhoid ferer The free ferry movement U ao far along' that the Eastaiders may be certain that a trip to this city is cheap as to any other place. ' As O fair Sample of East side products A. G. Lewis brought in two potatoes that weigh 4$ pounds. They are as fine as any seen in thislocality. f Land and mining law a specialty. Laxqfobd & Bloob. Columbia Falls is tho busiest town in the Flathead country. Merchants, buildore and businefs men generally are busy, and the prospects were never brighter. A 8-pound potato, loft at Tn« Colc*bun office by Mrs. L. M. Cook, is the largest one yet shown hero. It is smooth, and is a tuber worth a place at any state fair. goods at the l hnndn Look at tho woolen New York Cash Bazar. The contest between S. H. Butler and Frank Langford came'up before Commissioner Swane...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 October 1891

BANK "T?.* colsmbTa'ialls. Colombia Falla, Mont DIRECTORS: BEFORE THE BAST. u >U3i An COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTAN^f THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1891. -art ThBiron Dead. General Miles Reports on the Indian Question-Grand World’s Fair - Tower-SoeKless Jerry. A dispatch of the 17th from SanUago eays: /Ttw ouU-Amorican foo!- BUTTE, at *1,600^00, 1300,000 «». Kffol tower, the difference being in the greater simplicity in design and the use of standard and merchantable sizes of stool. There are to bo three landings, the first, 200 foot from the ground, trill accommodate at one time on the colonnade four or fire thousand people. Inside the colonnade is a space sufficient to buikl tour hotels or restaurants, besides numerous booths tor the sale of different articles. 1 signed as a grand The second landing is de- The Site of Tunneled the Ta State One of enterprises I .Towns ef lOteresttag *«*»• v under way indica- ofthe AOeoerel acted. m on Principal CiUca Statee and Europe. ■ Business Trans...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 October 1891

. ifl known la ilesioQ. Um FUth(«d :■.<-■ and »raising tho magnifi»that was harvoeted. itoharo lost .weather. Uhat the fanners of vaUey are making . 1 . the sheep in- ■. At this time it appears that l of sheep would be a judicious u.'rsfofrr i to imow’^mta l held them uf i in tho manner that she Adricea aay that the recent warlike ctkma of the Kalispel Indiana »- stilted from an attempt by white m , kr aake the hay lands on the Pend llPtfror. Let’s a-c, wasn’t ome trouble obodt hay last ' among the Montana tribe of ' declares that her and Tascott killed Banker and that the murderers are This is a sad blow to the news association, who hare discorer°d Tascott’s whereabouts at least once a month since the minder. Tho newspaper man that can find his that may be, the . are serious, and it will not the taxpayers of Peonsylreni. iow just bow the public money ed. Pennsylvania has surely enough of bank wrecking and) treasury plundering. Leas than 8,000 miles of railroad has been b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 October 1891

from tbia d»t« I DOSKKY8 LADEN WITH PERFOME. ^ Bowust'’ and corner of Uxo two m i ft; to visit the jyr, a rof Dr. , black story ft is, the ileopy little r, and the good pooi weary of tolling »Dr. Romairo came uritod and imwolt ’ eomed. Old Dr. Lemaater had blistered, bled and physicked the people of the town for twenty years. He had been present at all the births, had mourned at ail that unorals, many LubtlL brought about rather prematurely. The people all knew him and he Imew them, ao it seemed folly for a young doctor, a stranger in the village, to come and attempt to secure any practice. But Dr. Jtomoire came, and he brought with kirn two objects of totoreet to the people of the village. One was a diploma from a medical college, the other was a black trunk of unusual dimensions. Dr, Lemaster shook Ids head and looked wise when asked for his opinion of the new comer,and when an old doctor ahakes his head and looks wise the case is supposed to bo a hopeless one. No patients came to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 October 1891

. k«r F.r, , acres, and __j suits that can’t at tho New York . Oonlb, the eminent au“murphioe" pronounces 3 valley tho greatest poo country on earth. That Betties The rebdenoo of John CWU, for rot-Columbia Falla, is tho first i the Libby creek townsitc 1 out by T. H. Dean and cards printed at _ boom has sot in and new structures are now in erection, two of them solid There will probably bo of good building weather A. Y. Lorhanr." Next Friday and Saturday wiU be busy days for United States Commiaaionor Swaney. Fully a dozen final proofs are sot for those days, and the claimants and witnesses together will make quite a crowd of Flathead m ¥■ Going to got your wife that new winter cloak T Then order at the New York Cash Bazar. Mrs. R. W„ Main, last week, received the aad Intelligence of tho death of her mother which occurred in Wisconsin. Nearly tho same day Mr. Main received news that the store of Main j& Moran, in the Milk river country had been destroyed by fire. Complet...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 October 1891

umbian; B-A-Istk; ¥**F • * pttlBIA FALL! «' Columbia Fall*, Mont MAIL AT THE DOOR. Tho Fanners Have Only to Ask and Poetraastcr-General Wanamakcr Favor oTFret. Postal DeUrtry lu Conntry DlstrtcU. DIRECTOBS:, among farmers Butte, Mt o^Kiized effort is underway to secure from coudelivary in country ' ^ ,_j b«ng written to n»gw«m«, in T favor of the project, and petitions to t on Principal Cities ! congress for free delivery are l^ing l Europe, j circulated in many parts of tho coun- A Oenerel Banking Bualnew Trans- trT - r “ nn8W ^ ^>7 acted. r mad delivery at their door will add Wm. KRAD. Quiiior. | perceptibly to tho money value of _ r forms, and will bo worth still more because it will keep them in j touch with markets and the outaido and rob farm life of its isola- . nd monotony. The farmors are writing to the agricultural press that this conveniones would enable them learn by simply touching a button whether there Is mail for Mm. But this wonderful box is not only 0 re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 October 1891

1 f WM a tcit brght reply, in- deed.* said one, “and did it ereroccur to you that often such things lead to of success in business, as much so as uoua company a worts was a Kxne suitable maneuver in trade t ciU “ZT S 08 "'*? ooter P n9 ° “ Apropos, quick repartee is a wonder- ~ «ty, and it mtist occur to any I fol weapon. Many a man who im- lS ' ,pin0d ho was BOarin S to tlie very •tore lor all "one-reeouroe” towns. heurhU of eloouence has hem •dArmocm*. bmm .mrround^l by &V a I reme^r^ , small indostnes would be much bet- man ter for Anaconda in the end than the •Gentlemen,' «id he. Tm a self ne,ed ' “He paused a moment, whom Wm. , B. Travers, who was preaont, said to him, with that well-known stutter 4Y, OCT. 29,1891. i Chinese doctors %4'-. mr . , SILVEE AT HOME. 10 doctors “ 'We notice in an administrator’s sale that gTv^pdtfto hi^utto^cc^ say smoke signed by F-W. Ellwand published - -W-w-well, Clows, w-w-when yofi' - -■ A SPLENDID - OFFER. Maud 8. is succeeded by Su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 October 1891

' Two Frefielt »no reel duola nowadays,' ^ ' our pcrty. “A watch, ‘UrnUm,” aid woU»;«H i. alwaya ao antuiged that no one shall bo killed. Tfce Moood* throw up the mrords and pwent fatal thrusts, or, if l^stoh axe uaod, load them with oork bells.” “fte duel, as it is practiced at preeent,iaa joke." v : -. “Swr • carioatuxe." Doctor Oariel, who had listened f: until then jwithout taking part in the 4lS oouTscMtioo, which aatoniahed nobody, for he was not talkaUve, raised Jus head and murmured: ■•Doyoa think rer “Foc my pert," resumed the fiat speaker, “I hare several times served pi as • second and, to tell the truth, have been u accomplice in more than OOO -The wune way here,"said the other, ^a<l ~ really I don’t fcomplainj lor I I should have been greatly had a corpse remained on my hands. A body don’t disappear; the authorities invanably find it.” Agata the doctor said: “Do you think so T" ' “Do you deny, doctor, that it is imposeible to withdraw a corpse from the attent...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 October 1891

y£h'- A Few Olwcrvallous. t.?™: diSeultj brought r- . j?at iho Fkthcd aiM Socioty will Uko plaoo in sli, on Friday, October 30, at jp. IP,; * pleasant ‘ tamo i. assured I'Hie Scotch settler* of the Yallrj will i out in full force. . I • < 'w>nd> have received a inebriatod prei drew a knife abd revolver. Frtd St. Peter took the weapons frere tha Indian, tied him with rep« mi:' m- Mlroed contractors are ^ news that up to September 1 Cory there & Co. had lost $50,000 on rcontractfor work on tho Great who has the Northern eitension. Tho report also yards here, has (soys there is a wide difference bo- tho estimates of tho engineers carpets? No better I ot Bros - & Co., and thoso of the twwt than at the New The Windsor House wants to buy in this city should vour butter, eggs and chickana. It wont hurt the Frant Nichols, manager of the ..- • T, “ «»ommoda- hospital, and T. Thiboau. of won to the people. I tho Sideboard, Kalispoll, we...

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Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 November 1891

£ • * a < UlULL YOU WILL KNOW. TMC THC riATNCAO RC'YOU RKAOTMC THE ("i il.l MHIAN. : : ' ' ' X ' . FIRST YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, AuRSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1891. B-A-ISTK COLHMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. NOT AS A SEEKER. Lelaud Stanford Expects a Mighty Enshof Farmers’ Alliance Folk In HU Behalf. Great Rainmaker Melbourne SelU Ont HU Secret to Kansas Cap- ItalUts-Geueral New*. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. TSbbey L. C. Trent S. T. Hauser, ; Butte, Mt. *BuUe, Mt. Butto, Mt. Bntte, Mt. Salt Like. Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business TranKacted. ■W'm. READ, CnsHior. Largo Assortment, :-:-Latest Designs,:-: :-Lowest Prices! MBomSetsuMMariit?, Crater TaUee, Easy aid Roctiii Clairs, Bel Sms, Mattresses ail Pillait . S', w. DOWNER. Downer Building, Nucleus Are. Colombia Falls, : Montana. A story i i from Sau Francisco DR. JOS. PIEDALUE, PHYSICIAN AND SIMEON. Office Conlin-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 November 1891

business-like adminis- 01 munaato At Columbia r*tw rorcomc* i» •tCOXD CtiM SAItKATTSE. all Aomnsniu bills vatabu the 1ST or EACH MONTH. THTTBSDAY, NOV. 5,1891. Seal skins nro dicopor than ever before^ and the seeling vessels have lost money this year. That is cheerful news, and the probability that seel skin raiment will get within the reach of common people is a state of affairs efitirely unexpected. With the Great Northern round- ' house and the largest shipping yards in the valley located at Columbia Falls this city can have no quarrel with its neighbors. We can, however, pity the men who have been deluded by groundless promises, and invested in bubbles, soon to be bursted. .. , L. P. Bowen has purchased the New Northwest, of Deer I-edge. It is one of the pioneer papers of Montana, and was established by Capt James H. Mills, more than 22 years ago. Its opinions have always boon respected, and under Mr. Bowen's management will continno to merit distinction among Montana papers. Th...

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