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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 July 1893

The Cclumeian Reaches More Homes in the Feathead Valley than All Other Papers Combined. Subscription'Us^s Open to Advertisers. THE COLUMBIAN. 6 ausisEsi. Men Will Find f hi Columbian Job Orncc COUIPPEO fOR First-Cus# Printihc op Every Kino. It Leads, send in Your Or. 0ER8. THIRD YEAR. r COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, pIULyST 1893. NUMBER 29. COLUMBIA FALLSMS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE COLUMBIA FACLS. Columbia Falls, Mout. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis. : Jmues A. Tolliolt. .1. E. Gavltml. II. Tibbey : L. C. Trout. S; T. Hausor, : Butte. Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Helena. Mt. Exi'hunge Drawn on Principal Cities ol the United States and Europe." A (lenernl Bankiu),' Business Trans- ncted. WTii. It KAI>, CaMhloi*. IT WIIiL BE BRYAN J ItlniM .Nilnips.the Han Who N to Art for Him in the Coming Cmn- paign fur Silver. i'AiiLLj IVcliup. Are lk-llrvp.1 lu H.»,- IVrn AUa}n1—Karton Hi. ■ Spasm I.r IVnuinay. JUDGE ARRESTE...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 July 1893

c Columbian. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, SY mail: 7LrroMtlBIl*^rrartomi; P.0. AdJrn»ggiESSf.,' 80MK1UY. SOUK TIME. Some day. M" .a), aud turu our ryr. Toward tlie fair billa of iiaradirr: The Cou’vbias invitos its patrons nml friends to send items of all ki kinds reKnrdinK improvements nml occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all (otters to Tnr Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. rvrmtn at ceLfuan palls roaTomct ah aurovD cl i*s mail mattKb. ALL ADVEKTISISa SILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OK E.VCH MONTH. THURSDAY, JULY 20. 1863. Silver 72. Marcus Daly telegraphed that -'tOU Montana men will la- in Chicago to do battle for silver. Chicago didn't close the fair in a spasm of virtue. Sunday opening didn’t pay, that was all. This'' weather is a little warm for dudes but it is helping other green .stuff along in great s1iii|m>. Outlaw Ingalls and Whitoluw Reid have dragged to public view the dirty linen of the political family to "'"which they both formerly b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 July 1893

THE IRISH CAPITOL FAMOUS DUBLIN HOUSE AS JBLIN PARLT^Ii IT 19 TOBXY. MENT The ^lecra of IrUli ratriuU—Tli« So Called ■Treo 1'arllamcnt" of 1;82-1SOO—lloir It Wae llcetrojod—I^irdCorntTallle—The Ileal frith fail lament In Come. Every tending American Ims some gen irnl ideas of tho notnl Irish iiarliament of 17*1-1800—tho ■•fnv parUament” ns Irishmen coll it. "Qratt.m'ii parliament'' r.a i! in often Uhown in liLitory. It was not Omliun's in any strict reuse of tho word, mid it lacked very, much of being free, but it came a little nearer thereto than it* predecessor, and ns tho last parliament in Ireland it Ima ncqnlred a fictitious glory. For nearly u century the old parliament bouse has lieen .oecnpied by tho Bank of Ireland, and recent evenly have revived popular interest in it. It was on Ffh. 3.1728, licit tlitpfminda tion stone of the bonso of iffrliament was laid by Lord Lieiitcuaut Carteret in tho king's mime with great ceremony and full Masonic honors. In 1787 it was completed,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 20 July 1893

■ .•rr %>: )? THE WEEK. \V«1kM*» rfcanu«7. F«»hing tncklo at Nelson's. Mrs. Goodrich has taken the Col- umbia hoiol. Miss Mary Keenan was n Siin.lny r j| T Prosidcnt J. E. Osylonl, of tbo ' 1 ') 0 F. ISSTAI.1 ATloN. Flathead Villey Coal aud Iron Coin-i , , , ,»ny,nrnv«l from Bnlio on Monday. Comniht. I.nhr.. fm the and will ronutin several tiny# looking ' V, ."" 1 rni u ‘' m or the interests of tho company. : At laBt " ock ^ of Columbia He is one of the firm believers in the | the following officers «oro in- fut^irrp of Columbia Falls, and n»- s l°“ 0< * : panls tho cxmi! fields north of this ’ ktho jfroatost voins in tho coiin- j ns.tin* visitor to this city, ! try. \ Nick Damon is going to Anaconda j j. A . Tnllwtt. n«-om|»anie,l by her daughters May, .lon'phiiio.. Maud and Clarissa, departed for Butte Tuesday after n mouth'N visit , in this city. During their stay here for the summer. You couldn't help rending Fuller- ton's ad if von wanted to. Seth MeFerran...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 July 1893

W-tvrjrnJ VHC CdUMCiAN Morc Home* in the Fiat. HEAD VALUEYTHAM All OtH^ 1r Parers Comvined. 8war, SCRIRTION tlST* ETreN TO Advertisers . THE THIRD VEAR. r UMB1AN. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTAt®, THURSDAY, JULY 27, I8»3. /- COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAl|fRESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE; opinionIof men. COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. .1, Daviii, : JamoH A. Tallxjtt, .1, E. Gnjluiti, B. Tibboy : L. C. Trent, S. T. Hauser, : Butte, Butte, Mt. Butte, Alt. tfrooii. tiling m their lino Of march, Butte; Mt. Salt Lake. Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States ami Euroiie. A General Banking Business Trans- act etl. AVin. ItlOAD, Crmhl.-c. THE] HEAR .THEM .CHIRP. Millions nfUrickets Doing (frcat Damage to,Cro|is anil All Breen Things in Idaho. Tlifj Never HetUlc frum llielr Line «f M.i. K «nd Their PaIH I. lUeted hy DeTUlAll'iii. Crickets have made their appearance in Idaho as thick ns “locust* in Egypt - ' and am devouring o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 July 1893

7 / Columbian. JOHN W. PA-OK. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, bv mail: l per roar to any P. 0. AdilraM. ** 30 per \i'3r. ».S1J0. i. ill aii.anc, I'.nt*. it« patrons all ki: The Cotes bun invites anil friends to smid items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occur-n-nces which nro of interest to the jieople of the Flat hood. Address nil letters th The Colcubun, Columbia Falls, Jfout. r.NTCttn at coi.cmou FALU rooxornc* a« au-uso CLAaa mail mattbk. iLh ADVKRTISINO BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MOXTH. ttwJqitrj in those states creates the demand for farm products it can readily be seeu that these agricultural suggestions are not sensible. With the rates of freight charger! in Montana where could the surplus of agricultural production be shipped!' The mines of Montana, Colorado, mid lVi' Iks 1 A tf*T PKAHf.. I ilonot knnw whem I loat it. * For It •lipiwi] from my broitaa atrinf. Ami far away from ray »l*bt today tt liar, a aojlactad tbior. Or. WUW*. aluoo it tuny lye anothar I- \TiMrlnjr my...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 July 1893

' THE GREAT'WHITE CITY. Tlio Kyes <imw Wc.iry Lookiu? ut tin- FhIi-’s VVoihUts nml lli<‘ . Iliwy .JiKtlin" i'ro'vil. Tho Transportation Bulldlnif Furliishos Much Instruction and Offers Evidence of the World’s Ad- vance In Modes of Travel. S-Krlal I'omwiicndrnco of Thn fluluinbian. World's Fair Grounds, Chu-mo, .July 22—Ono,of the groat features of the fair is - tho Tmnsportatiou huildiug/ which shows tho means of travel, lx>th ancient ami motion!. The building ifT tho only one in tho. White City that is not white, it is a terra cotta with green, gold and bronze finish, and to my mind is the finest in finish of the entire city. Outside the main building to tho south the Hudson Valley .V Pennsylvania railroads make their display. In the latter we see all tho old methods of signals, flags and switchboards and also the renowned Johnny Bull train-ongino first used in 1831 between Camden and Amboy It made the trip to Chicago and hauled two coaches of 1H;{6...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 27 July 1893

OF THE WEEK. Walker’s Pharmacy. Piahtaff tackle at Nelson’s. __ Arthur F. Booi, of KnliHi)el, was in Dauce at Jos. Lajlonburgor'sSaturday evening, July 25T Everybody ia going. Harry S. The Commissioner*’ Visit. County Commisaiouura Eyiwsou, Churchill and Pratt )>aid au official visit to this city on Thursday. The work of equalizing the assessment prompted tho visit of inspection, but other matters were brought under Dupny, the well known navigator, was in ttwch Monday and Tuesday. \ iotner mailers were uruiigm uiiuer ________ Henry Xeitzling is outN^gaiu after ] t|| P i r offieial notice. They examined Matt O'Xcill has returned from a ' having a nine weeks’ siege with an the out aide or addition property, but prolonged eastern trip. j injured leg, which was badly sprained, j ns they had not acted on the matter You couUu’n^T^diug Fuller- Road The Coli m.hax’.s great offer i th.-r,- was nothing to give out ton’s ml if vou wanted to of Standard Books, socond' page. I During ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 August 1893

The COkUMCMN RCA£M£J More Home* in the Flat. , h^ao Valley than All Oth. em Papers Combined. Sub- ' BCRiPTioN Lists Open to Advertisers. ...... THE COLUMBIAN. EoO Printing or L Leads, send in Your < OER8. -L THIRD YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUSTS. 1893. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis. : JamoR A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibhey '' • L. C. Trent. S. T. Hauser, : Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. -ButtKr-Mt. Salt Lake. Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of tho United States and Europe. A Geijoml Banking Business Trausacta^ >. Win. ItKAIi, . imlii.-c. THE] BEE HIVE SCORE EYERBODY IkU.' Montana Gets a Taste of the I’anir Which N Driving so Many . Firms to the M all. CoMpUtilbr ErklM Come* Out With Soiny Kncnanrlne FlEiirpi-MUw»iik»p Join* th. Crowd. At Helena tho First National and tho Broadwater National banks did not...

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

olumbian. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. BY MiUl.: r to aa^ l\0. AiJJrcuar^JCoat.. ' The Colcvbias invites its patrons ami friends to send.items of all kinds regarding improvoraonts, and occurrences wnich are of interest to the b of the Flathead. Address all i to The Coloibian. Columbia Falls. Mont. people* letters t vTKtKB at cocmwA talla ra»Tomci A* • ECOXD CLAM MAH. MATTSC. ALL AOVERTISINO BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY. AUGUST. 3.1893. A CHAKCE FOR YOU. The Columbian presents this week the best offer ever made to the road«fts of the Flathead Valley. It may bo found on this page. It is a plain proposition. Books that retail at $3 to *.450 are given to Columbian -patrons at 4010*75 cents. Every man iirthe Flathead Valley is invited to call at this office and examine the books. If it isn't the best offer you hachvtjon't take it. If it is what wo represenh-you can accept it and save $2.50 To $3.75. Como and investigate. That is all we ask. Coin, the illustrated weekly publish...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 August 1893

A V i'iDTCAL^OXGRESS. ALL NATIONS OF THE WESTERN WORLD TO DE REPRESENTED. Too Tlinuuml I'll)From. Norlb, Soulli nml Ccnlral Amrrlro. Haniall ami Hie Went Imllci to Conreno In Waihloeton—Important Suldrcti In noIlIrruWJ. Tntly this ia the era of tentemiiala I ml this the year of grr.it nalional end tnteniutionnl gatherings. The Colnmbimi ijundriccutraninl of coarse takes Jireceileiice, uml every week of ita progress will bo ilistingnisheil by Homo great gathering of Bcientiata, theologians, philnnthro*,i«ts or men nml women devoted to the healing art. For The last named this will ls> a great year indcvil. Their principal gatherings will I* known ns the international, tlic Pan-American, the Ann rienu and th^Dritlsh. ranking in tmpor'nnco in the order named. The international medical congress has im fixed term', but has thus far been held al'imt every second year. The first was held in I'aris. mid those Immediately folloe. ing attracted hat little nttention till tlto ninth w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 August 1893

THE WEEK. Walker'* Phannacr. .V $.1 book for 50 cent*. Fishing tackla at XeUoo’*. v» of KalisRol, was in Honry Seale, of Ashland, Wis., wa* in town Monday. A. Y. Lind Bey visited the Tomp.-Co.-Seat on bwnneaa Monday. 4 C. A. Edwards representing the Miiunulimi, was in town Saturday. E. C. ErdLs and Will W. Eobertsou. of Caspar, Wyo., are visitors in thU city. ^ Tho clubbing offer of tbo Cosmojiolitau magazine aud Tub ColCHBUn should road $3.00 for'the two sent to your address for one year. Tho bill fiend was out Tuesday, but he did not .stay long. He aaw his shadow and returned to his lair. His shadow was about all he saw. On Monday there were all sorts^jf rumors about tho failure of the Globe Xational, bank of Kalispel, but later returns showed the report to have erroneous. Most everybody is drinking root l>eor. It is pleasant and u« yet no Stories of wife beating or spasmodic pugilism have been re[>ortcd as resulting therefrom. Steele & Palmer are...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 August 1893

The Columbian Reachcb Mope HoMce in the Flat- ^ heap Valley than All Oth. Ert Papers Combined. Subscription Lists Open to Aovertibers. THE THIRD YfcAK. \ OK COLUMBIA FALLS, Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylonl, B. Tibbov : L. C. Trent, S. T. Hauser, : Butte, Ml. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Helena, Mt. Exelmugn Drawn on Principal Cities of the L'iiitod States and Europe, A General Banking Business Transacted. ■Win. RKA.I>, (’nehlc-r. THE BEE HIVE STORE We will sell yon at low prices HARDWARE, STOXE-Wa'rE, GLASS FRUIT JARS, WOODEN WARE,^JIN-WARE. CROCKERY, LAMPS ETC. Kitchen Utensils of all kinds. Call and look overourstook and get our prices. TO I M3 HHOS. Columbia Falls. - - - Montana. SILVER PLATFORM. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Doctor Arthur Morrow, ornccs: COXLt N-MILLER BLOCK. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONT. to loavina Columbia Falla I cordially «nd with confldenco refor my former patients and friends to Dr. Morrow, my successo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 August 1893

« / ERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. bv mail: 3»u^P.O.AclJra»». old boy io Bozeman who does not! WORSE IS ON THE ROAD. know that Gallatin county's produce j ia wld to Montana miners noriathorc Thp (ir0#nm „„„ (iri|ntrr , a a^uglo industry in that county that; AllH , h( . r C | lngr( . (H . t hcii-hI would be affected by a hundred years j (h er die Sltuntnui. of tariff uncertainty if the mines of I Moutauhvcoutined to run. i 5- i Tub Colcvous invites its patrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which at* of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to Tnc Colcmwa?!, Columbia Falls, Mont. o AT COLVMMI rAt-L" ro*«j»nc£ ■ CCUKD CLASS MAIL MATTKE. ATX ADVKRTIrtINCi RlLIAt PAYABLE THE 1ST OK EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, AUGUST, 10, 1!<93 A CHAXl’R FOR YOU. Titc Colcmbiax presents tnis week the lx*st offer ever made to the readers of the Flatheod Valley. It may bo found on this page. It is a plain proposition. Books that retail at $....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 August 1893

DEFTNESS .VXD TACT.'r^ M "’ n ‘' •1‘lftnr It for*»>. »no OUALITIES WHICH FIT WOMEN FOR CONFIDENTIAL POSITIONS. Hot* Advancing Ctvlllxallou Has Widcnad Woman'* Splirrc—The Field of Rleaogr%pkj—llrigbl Young Women Who liar* Achieved Hurccta aa I'rlvat# Scrrclariea. SouitWy who mak«) it her huaine** to «tu«ly such thing* nay* that a century ngo there wera but n dozen employmenU open to women, counting all housework as ono, and now there are over 800. It is the fashion to credit nil this to the increasing liberality of thought o%d the long agitation for so called "woman’* rights." Perhaps eomo of Jt is due thero- miss yi::>:.v sasrox dyke, to. but surely tuo-d of it Is the natural result of Hint indnstrial and commercial devclo]suent which has created so many employwcatil in which deftness, refuted taste amT~delieaey of touch are of far more cubic than mere physical strength. If you ilimht it. consider this contrast: France, in widch tho Salio law prevails from thr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 August 1893

v% OF THE WEEK. Walkor's Pharmacy. A |5 book for 60 wot*. FinhiiifC tackle at Nelson’s. Mrs. !•*. B. Kcslinff has (jono lo Iowa on a visit to relatives. Elmer Stearns, a life insurance agent of Salt Lake, is working the valley. Fred Downer is o% a trip to the North Fork country, for a ten days' outing. F. O. Wilson and K. O. Webb were registered at the Gaylord this week from Helena. Wilbur N. Nolfsinger, of the Groat Northern law department, was in the city on Saturday. C. C. Milcr came down from the North Fork on Saturday, returning Wednesday morning. Main & Co. take oats for merchandise. G. H. Adams, the merchant of Knlispel, was in this city Sunday, accompanied by Mrs. Adams. fivoiy man who lues examined ihe books offered by this paper pronounce them worthy a place in any library. book for 35 cents. The 'redoubtable Major Baldwin, kndfen in Flathead history a.4 the Sage of Whitefish, was in the city on Saturday last. Mrs. F. B. Blackford, wife of the cify engineer of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 August 1893

Thi Columbian (Uaahm Mont HoMia in THi Flatmka^Vailxt than All Oth- . ta PAAtna ComaiNco. SuaacniATiON Liara OacN to AovcnTiacna. f- THIRD YEAR. r THE COLUMBIAN. » i ' —i BuaiNcaa M Thi * Eouirato Paintinoot LtAoa. scno in Youn COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE; COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTAjA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1893. 7 OK COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mout. DIHECTOHS: A. J. Davia, James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. TibU-y : L. C. Trent, S. T. Hauser, : Butto, Mt. Butte, Mt, Butte, Mt. Butte. Mt. Salt Lake. Helena, Mt. 1 Cities Exchange Drawn on Principa of the United States and Europe. A General Baukiug Business Trans- acted. Will. UKAD. Oialller. the: BEE HIVE store: Wo will sell you at low prices HARDWARE, STONE-WARE, GLASS. FRUIT JARS, WOODEN WARE,YlN-WARE, CROCKERY, LAMPS ETC. Kitchen Utensils of all kinds. Call and look over our stock and get our prices. LOR D HROS. Columbia Falls. - - - Montana. NATION'S GOLDBUG. Some Say ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 August 1893

Colu-mbian. W. PA.OS3. TERMS Of SUBSCRIPTION, _ ■v mail: < p^r jT'ar to any P. O. AJdr«M- Mru«itlU*£TT«'. . io ailTanca, *1 t'*nt». 10 ntt't. Tnc CoLUynus invites its nntro’is ami friomls to send items of nil kinds rotfardinK improvements, and oeeurrenoos wliirli nro of interest to the people of tlie Flathead. Address all lettupi to Tun Coll-ubian, Columbia Falls, Mont. KvrKMti at eot.tnmtA falls rosTorrios as MTOXD € I. AAA VAIL V ATT IB. AIL ADVERTISING RILU^PAYABLE THE IHT OK EAl'U MO.NTU. THURSDAY, AUGUST. 17, 1893 A CHASCF. FOR YOU. Trc Colirdian presents tnU week the best offer over made to tho readers of the Flathead Volley. It may be found on this page. -• It is a plain proportion. Books that retail at $3 to $.460 are given to Cou’MDlAN patrons at 40 to 76 ecu Every man in tho Flathead Valley is invited to call at this office and examine tho books. If it isn't the best offer you had don't take it. If it is what we represent vou can accept it and save $250 to $3.76...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 August 1893

OUR CUE UUFENDERS. r--"' i v Ml hi • I " VMM MH'*“. PICTURES AND DESCRIPTIONS OF AMERICA’S FOUR CRACK YACHTS. Tlir> Will Strive to Prevent tlie BritUh from Wlnains Hark th^'cup Known aa •The .tnirrlca’a"—Vigilant, Colonla, PHtfi liu noil Jubllvc. V. . Deeplto Uto strained fiuancW situation tiiero is n jfreat deal of public interest in the comiiiK international yacht race*, mid this is sure to bo largely augmented by tho preliminary contoats between the American cup defenders.' Yachting men ipmorally aeem to agree tliat faster time will lie made this year, wind and weather being considered, than has heretofore been achieved, for the lines of tho s bonts have been laid out in the light of more scientific, knowledge, their construction is better, there is greater.ceomflhy in tbo matteYof weight of si>ars. tackle, etc., and the sail plans have been devised more carefully than ever before. As soon ns it was.decided to accept the challenge from the other side of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 August 1893

S OF THE WpEK A IS book for SO cent! FUhiiitf laoklo »1 NeUon*. John WincUnd ia nick at Kaliap<>l. Mita Daiajr Ramwloll cnrao in yesterday on n visit to friends. The ivratbouud train was 11 hours late, arriving this morning. A 13 book for 35 cents. Miss Jessie Bronson and C. F. I^ghthall were in town Monday, vis- iting friends. Fred Downer is home from a trip to the North Fork country, reporting a pleasant time. r The.family of C. T. Wernecke am at home again after a month's visit to the World's fair. D. Haskill is rapidly improving, and his friends hope to see him out in a short time. County Commissioner Churchill's arrival at Great Falls is noted by the Tribune of that city. Have you picked out your book? .7. P. Nelson & Co. assigned to Jas. Kennedy on Tuesday morning. Liabilities. $825; assets,'$3,500. Persons going via Ravalli will do well to remember that trains 1 and 2, on the Northern Pacific, have boon abandoned. Oats for merchandise at Main...

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