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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 February 1893

IN THE EARLY DAYS. ijr Clawson avoh a Lorso-thief. Ho was never tried and convicted, it is true, but bo was shot for one, and as no one hereafter disputed the question the atatmeut must be taken as established. While no one cared for him dead, nor took the trouble to ascertain whether ho were properly shot or no. his death, nevertheless plunged Salt Lake City into the most feverish excitement she over ox perienced, and this is how it came about, says the San Francisco /Chronicle. In' the early history of Utah Brigham found it convenient to have certain persons at his behest who have become known as “destroying angels," “Danitos," etc. These Jwere under different manag-ors or leaders, and Brigham seldom let his loft hand know what his right hand did. Porter Rockwell was .the right hand, and one of those leaders. Bill Hickman, was the loft hand, and Lot Smith and Lot Huntington wore a brace of additional hands held in reserve. When there were any gontilies to ba “milked” or to bh “sho...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 February 1893

/ suep.ni. 7^0p. B. iaov-m. NEWS OF THE WEEK. Main A Co, (or shoe*. ' Ball at I bo Gaylord Marcb 3. Gents’ shoes all kinds and sizes at Main A Co.'s. Fred Langonnan. of Kalispel was in town Monday. Judg** D. T. Smith is out again after a short illness. The Golden Giants at Odd Fellows' hall Saturday Feb. 25th. The blockade was raised Tuesday, and trains are running nearly on the schedule. C. W. Gorham, the well known knight of the road, was in town last Thursday. W. C. Strauahan's rendition of the role of “Zeke” in ‘•Under the Laurels" will be worth the price of admission. Judge William Conliu returned to Columbia Falls Tuesday after a two months' absence in Helena and Butte. AHred May, of San Francisco, and W. X. Maxwell, of Minneapolis, were among Tuesday's armals at the Gaylord. A car load of special scenery is used by the Hillyer Co, in the production of their dramas, special tar every play presented. A. B. Hammond is expected to visit the Flathead valley during the coming week,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 February 1893

IN THE EARLY DAYS. Clawson was a horso-thief. Ho was novor tried and convicted, it is truo, but he w^s shot for one, and as no one hereafter disputed the question the statmont must bo taken as established. While no onb cared for him dead, nor tooklho trouble to ascertain whether ho were properly shot or no, his death, nevertheless plunged Salt Lake City into the most feverish excitement she ever experienced, and this-is how it came about, says the San Francisco Chronicle. In the early history of Utah Brigh'am found it convenient to have ce»Blin persons at his behest who have become known as “(Tfstroyiug angels,” ‘•Dauitos,” etc. Those Iworo under different managers or leaders, and Brighani seldom lot his loft hand kmw what his right hand did. Porter Rockwell was the right hand, and one of those leaders, Bill Hickman, was the.left hand, and Lot Smith and Lot Huntington were a brace of additional hands, hold in reserve. When there were, any gontilies to bo “milked” or apostates to be ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 February 1893

. 8 A ft. m. 13SSS: NEWS OF THE WEEK. Main & Co, for shoo*. Ball at tho Gaylord March 3. Gents' shoes all kinds and size^ - at Main A Co.’s. Fred Langenuau, of Kalispel was in town Monday. Judge D. F. Smith is out again after a short illness. The Golden Giants at Odd Fellows’ hall Saturday Feb. 25th. The blockade was raised Tuesday, and trains are running nearly on the schedule. Gorham, the well known ; of the road, was in town last Thursday. W. C. Stranahan's rendition of tho role of "Zeke” in “Under tho Laurels” will be worth the price of admission. v Judge William Conlin returned to Columbia Falls Tuesday after a two months’ absence in Helena and Butte. C.V. kright of Alfred May, of San Francisco, and Wt N. Maxwell, of Minneapolis, were among Tuesday's arrivals at the Gay lord. ' A car load of ppecial scenery is used by the Hillyer Co., in the production of their dramas, special for every play presented. A. B. Hammond is expected to visit the Flathead valley during th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 March 1893

*3itf 1 mo« mSRST'ik r^T. r HtAD VAILCY THAN Alt OTHER Parer* Com*iheo. Su*- i , •CRimoN List* Open to % Advertiser* ^ -* - ^ THE THIRD YEAR. \ COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA; (THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1893. MBIAN. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE BANK COLUMBIA FALLS, Columbia Palls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : : Butte, Mt. James A. Talbott, : Butte, Mt. J. E. Gaylord. : : Butte, Mt. B. Tibboy : : Butte, Mt. L. C. Trent, : : Salt Lake. S. T.'Hauser, : : Helena, Mt. Exdiaijgo Drawn on Principal Cities of the United StaUvi and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. " Wm. IlELA-U. CuHbler. TALES CUT SHORT. Death of the Last Surviving Rebel Leader of the War of Secession »t the Age of 75. Polltin Prceuted In Brief bat BestlDr St)le— PmonmUdea Indal(ed In-Wnltt \Uoom Without nu Occupant. •* THE] m BEE HIVE STORE] Wo will sell you at low prices HARDWARE, STONEWARE, GLASS FRUIT JARS, WOODEN WARE, TIN-WARE, CROCKERY, LAMPS ETC. Kitchen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 March 1893

1 Tb* Colcmbu.v invitea its patrons and friends to send items of aD kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the • of the Flathead. Address all i to The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. people, letters t D AT COLl-MStA TALL* TOUTOmCE A» SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTE*. ALL ADVEBTI8INO BILLS PAVAIWE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY. MARCH 2. 1»93. September 20 is Montana Day at the World’s Fair. President-elect Cleveland is credited with having extended his critics a polite invitation to go to the devil. The people of Holt should feel enraged. The Chief of the Kalispels permitted the Demereville postoffice to be again established. The Great Falls Trt'bt.newarningly exclaims: “Watch the state treasury!” Why, bless your innocent soul, the treasury is all right, but the treasure is as thin as the E string of Musin’s fiddle. The Minneapolis Tom* remarks: “The only thing lacking to make Gresham's appointment entirely satisfactory is a howl from Clarkson. Will Mr. Cla...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 March 1893

BIG COPPER PLANT. SCHOOL TROUBLE. Sail Lake to Him- the LtiMresl in the .A'Xew Jersey Community InslMtx on Patronizlnir the Public Schools. Plainfield, N. J., may soon bo the Unite# States. Salt Lake claims she is to hare the largest and mast important copper smelting plant and refinery in the United States.' The necessary subsidy, $100,000 and 160 acres of land within seven miles of the city, has • been guaranteed and an offer of S. M. Green and O. P. Posey of the Standard ' Smelting company of Durango to erect a plant costing between $600,000 and $700,000 within six months, provided the bonus was given, was" accepted by telegraph, and representatives of these gentlemen are on the way to the city to sign the necessary contracts. Of the bonus, the citizen classes gave land and $75,000 and city, through the city council, in special session assembled, pledged itself to purchase the land donated by real estate men, in an amount sufficient to make up the balance. When the council announ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 March 1893

NOTARIES KNOCKED OCT. saOp.m. 7:40 p. in. .IfO p. sn. NEWS OF THE WEEK. Main & Co., for shoe*. A. K, Erreu, (he St. Paul dry goods rustler, was in town two days this week. H. C. Gifford, of Dulutl»r was in town last week taking orders for dry goods.' Gents’ shoes—all kinds and sizes— at Main & Co.’s. Sam HUlburnand T. C. Hand were up from the Temporary Seat on dayMrs. Jcs. Taenhauser, who has been seriously ill, is rapidly improving. was in town Tuesee “Held by the W. E. Bosfon, ■. day evening to I Enemy.” . ' •' A. D. Mertens, representing the Val Blatz brewery. Milwaukee, was in town Friday. The indications point strongly to a lively season in Columbia Falls the coming summer. Elwood Madden, the Knlispel wet goods man was in town Saturday, _ -accompanied by Mrs. Madden. After a hard struggle and much opposition E. H. Hubbard has been nominated postmaster at Kalispel. The Hillyer Company will play a return engagement in this city in June next. They may count...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 March 1893

2 Tms Columbian Reacht» Moae Homes in the Flathead Vailct than All Otm-,. cr Papers Combined. Subscription Lists Open to Advertisers. ...... COLUMBIAN r\ ■ ; ~ ess Men WluFOts olumbian Job Omcc — ped for First-Class Printino of Evert Rind.- It Leads, send in Your OrOCRS . « , THIRD YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1893. NUMBER 10. * ■ TV* \ M-J1L | \r 9 columbTa falls is surrounded by more natural resources than - anY^city on the pacific slop'd • BAlNTK OF COLUMBIA FALLS, Columbia Falls, Mopt. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : James A. Talbott, J. E. Gavlord, B. Tibboy : L. C. Trent, S. T. Hauser, : Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Helena, Mt. Exchange of the Unii ncipal States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transact e<l. -Win. UKAU. C-i.Hl.lor- THE DAY OF DAYS, (iosslp Born of Events Occurring on the Fourth of March, Eighteen Hnudmi and fiiucty-tliree. (Ircal felurcc* Cut on Prniui.rlrAiiln AvruBo mill on the Floor of the Ten- .Ion ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 March 1893

race grinding Xo. 1 hard wheat, * [ tho new freight rates will revive the lumbering industry of this region and hundreds of people are coming to tho valley this season. So the outlook for a prosperous year is very bright. * Irons I kinds . and oecuriuterest to tho ! the Flathead. Address all The Coli-xbun, Columbia Falls, Mont. fXTXXZD AT CU.CKHA I 'M rOATOmO AS mmtnc class hail nArrsaM,!. ADVERTISING BILL8 PATABLE THE| 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY. MARCrfl9. 1893. Now is tho time for the Board of Trade to be active. \ Now that the Smoko of battle is clearing away we rise to ask: “What is to become of Martin Maginnis, tho grizzled sage, of Montana democ- racy T” . The first Montana democrat who calls at the White House will be greeted by Mr. Cleveland in this way: | "Ah, glad to see you, lie seated on that cake of ice." Much is being printed about the plans ot ex-President Harrison, but not a whisper comes over the wires about tho bright future that awaits the only Russell B. A conte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 March 1893

/ Get an the money j-oa canhonaatJy, bnt don't get It dishonestly. Filth cholera 1 would apparently "to a better name than Aaiatio cholera for the epidemic that cleaned ont a very small portion of that decaying and slimy old city. Marseille*, in France. Satisfactory progress is reported in the new translation of the Bible from the original text by the most eminent Hebrew scholars of all nations It is a work in which Jew and Christian scholar alike can reverentially and enthusiastically cooperate, us they are doing. The first part to be published will bo the book of Job. It was translated first into German by a German professor From German it has been translated into English, and it will be given to the public at once in both languages. Professor Paul A. Hanpt of the oriental department of Johns Hopkins nnivarsity has the tSak of editing all the translated books. He is assisted by'Professor William R. Har- per of the Chicago university. In connection with the Hawaiian annexation prop...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 March 1893

NEWS OF THE WEEK. Main & Co A. C. Sheldbu was (la . v - ; The ball success, William for shoes. in town Tues- was a last Friday night everybody says so. well known A. Jtain, a ranchman of the Holt country, was in town early this week. jting one of Minne- James Brennan, repn of the big dry goods firms apolis, was in town Monday. John E. Lewis is expected home in a few days from Iowa where Ifo was called by the death of his father and a brother. ’ Catholic Son-ices will bo held by Father H. Allaoys on Sunday, March 19th. First mass at 8 a. m„ second mass at 1030 a. m. A'dance is to lie given at the residence of Hyram Richards, on the. east side, tomorow evening, to whic^n the public is invited. Dr. Cobras summoned to the house of F. W. Buck on the east side last •Sunday to attend a child suffering with a severe attack of bronchitis. Dr. Coe, county coroner, was at the temporary county scat Saturday, getting ncrpiaintcd with the county officers and getting ready to do busi- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 March 1893

Thc Columbian Rcachcs More Homes in the Flathead Valley than All Othcr Papers Combined. Subscription Lists Open to Advertisers Equipped jor First-Class Printing or Every Kind. It Leads. Send in Your Or- OCRS. THUtD YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH K), 1893. NUMBER U - - v... COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC .SLOPE!.. bank: OB’ , 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. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A Gehoral Banking Business Trans- acted. Win. KKA.D, CnslUer. THE BEE HIVE STORE We will sell you at low prices HARDWARE, STONEWARE, GLASS FRUIT JARS, WOODEN WARE, TIN-WARE, CROCKERY, LAMPS ETC. Kitchen Utensils of all kinds. , Call and look over our stock and get our prices. LOUD BROS. Columbia Falls. - - - Montana. PROFESSIONA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 March 1893

ita patrons i of all kinds and occur- i are of interest to the ! the Flathead. Address all The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. SVTBftKD AT COIAHKA FALLA FOATOTFICB AA ■KTOYD CLAM MAIL MATTUL ALL ADVEBTISINO HILLS PAYABLE TIIE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY. MARCH 16, 1893. rtfi failed of confirmation. Some of them *-***• were important, it is true, but the lesson may be wholesome. Nothing but psrtisanship could inspire nominations at such a time, and the refusal of the senate to confirm Mr. Harrison's selections seems to us to bo only a national act, in view of the fact that«?ven the republican senators regarded the president's act as being in bad taste. XOTICB TO RKADEHS. The Columbian will contain complete account of, nil business transacted at the temporary county seat, and furnish all news relating to county matters. Its reports will be reliable and independent; it will bo fearless and honest in its treatment of county matters. It will bo the Best newspaper iu the valley in every ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 March 1893

AGAINST POT HUNTERS, The New (laiue Law Is Severe and Provides Heavy Penalties, for . y Bfckless^SJantfitcr. A Lonser Close Season for Many Species of Montana Came—Trout Must Not be Offered for Sale, TIiq law makes it a misdemeanor to shoot or otherwise kill, for aipoiod of ten years, any bison, buffalo, or quail or Chinese pheasant; and fora period of six years it likewise protects moose, elk, otter and beaver, fhe penalty for each offence is from $200 to $500 fine, or imprisonmnnt in county jail from two to six months, or both fine and inprisonment, at the discretion oftho court. The possession of the skin or meat, or offering for sale the unmounted heads or horns of any such animals during the period men-, tionod is to lie prims facie evidence tlmt the person having them has killed the animals in violation of law. At the expiration of the time of prohibition, the open season for killing the animals or birds named is to bo from Aug. 15 to Dec. 15. No bison, buffalo or moose can be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 March 1893

jf ^ iill NEWS OF THE'WEEK. Main & Co., for shoes. Kyle'Brantford was iu Temp.-Co.- Seat Monday. M. T. Small, the well-known east aider was in town Monday. The evening concerts at the Hotel Gaylort^havo been highly enjoyed. . \V. C. Whipps. and wife drove, up from the temporaiy county sent Sun- day. Mrs. Jno. W. Pace left yesterday -for a visit of two weeks to friends in Helena. Capt. Palmer of Kalispel, was in town Monday, visiting friends and renewing acquaintances. L. V. Wertheimer the well Wiown cigar salesman, was in town Saturday and did a nice business-as usual. Miss Lilly Beboe, tin* young girl, who has Ijoen so dangerously ill at the Gaylord, is now rapidly con- valescing. On Saturday last Mrs. Al. Knowles of Whitefish presented her liege lord with a girl baby,of regulation weight and unusual good looks. Attorney NofTsinger, of the lireat Northern, was in Columbia Falls j Satuoday representing the Groat Northern in the liickards matter. The Beater* of Campbell. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 March 1893

THC COlUMtlAN RCACHES . More Homes in the Flathead Vallet than All Othcr Parers Combined. Subscription Lists Open to Advertisers. . r . . ^ .* •* .* ti ; * THE COLUMBIAN. BusincssMen Will Fins The Columbian Job Optice Equipped tor First-Class Printino or Evert Kird^It Leads, send in Your Or. OCRS - THIRD YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1893. —T- NUMBER 12. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. BA.NTK; T8E'CAPITAL TALK. COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davia, James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord. B. Tibboy : L. C. Trent. ’ S. T. Hauser, Butte, Ml. 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 Transacted. •Win. KKAD. Cn-hlor. The Trejlilejil Semis iu a Number of Nomluatlou*. Sow of Them Quite Important. The SeiiAte Pesos lt»ii« OrjuuUeU -Ttie Tn*>nrj- It All Blcht—(Iu»le uf. ite Offl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 March 1893

are of interest to the i of the Flathead. Address all Tnc Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont, CXTUXD AT rOLCHMA FALLA POATOFrlCE A9 AO'OXD CLAU NAIL NATTER. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH UO.Vgfi. THURSDAY, MARCH 2a 1893, They do «ay that Governor Rickards has reduced the Helena hog to a mere shadow. The attention of the Flathead Herald-Journal ie respectfully called to the fact that the commissioners of Flathead county have appropriated their own salaries. The west side candidates for state appointments hare been winning at a canter. It seems that it is the governor's east ear that has an "impediment in its hoar.” The papers are now printing some great interviews between President Cleveland and the citizen who would accept an office. In all of them the the president seems to have won first blood and a clean knockout. With all the other troubles in Kansas the charge is now made that the legislators were boodlers. Well, quite likely they were, but they can say like severa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 March 1893

THE IOWA BLUEBEARD. NVlrtlftin Mnwhor to'-be Tried the Murder of HLs Fifth Wife. A Story of Donctlshnosa Raroly Baualed In Times Past or Presofit —A Veritable Human Monster. William Mawhor, an aged and wealthy farmer of Fremont. Iowa, will bo tried next week in the PoUawdUomi county circuit court for the murder of hia fifth wife, whom ho first met in Kansas City in the summer of 1891 in answer to nu advertisement says a dispatch from Kansas City, Mo. The dead woman’s brother, Albert Erbock, is in Kansas City t u his way from Alton, 111., to attend the trial. The case UTono of the most peculiar in Criminal history, and according to the belief of many who know him Mawhor is a veritable “Bluebeard." Mawhor camo to Kansas City early in 1891 and advertised for a housekeeper. She was living at 1325 East 8th street, having been divorced from her husband, Frank Pelot, whose name she abandoned. She was clerk in J. F. MirchelTs bakery at the corner of 9th and Charlotte streets, and her sister...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 March 1893

m N WS OF THE WEEK. from •T. S. Boyd, of Spokane, was iu tlie city last week. ' r James McDevitt, a stockman from Conrad, Mont., has been iu town several days. A. A. Campbell the active representative of the Helena bulependcnt, was in town yesterday. Alex. McMasters, Michael Walters, and other residents of Temp.-Co.-Soat were in town Friday. Charles Cady of the east side will take a trip to the coast on business and pleasure combined. The infant child of Mr. (iraybeal, Kennedy addition, is recovering from a severe attack of pneumonia. Mr. McKenzie, father of Mrs. Ray, is suffering from a severe .injury to his knee, received several days ago. A boy baby arrived at the residence of F. B. Kesling la*t Saturday. The young insurance agent tips the beam at 8 pounds. John Bloor came up from Kalispel yesterday. He reports the water so high that a cow was on Tuesday drowned on one of the main ftreets. A. X. Smith has the contract for painting the ties on that railroad from Alkali Flat to the...

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