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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 November 1891

FOR HIS HEALTH. -TWM in 8«*rfh of Ui»t Article that 'For the Sanyo Beasou Ho UepartcUand the Woman In the Caae •\ Remained an Old Maid. Tho waj of it was thisi WieifthB Wretch—name wm Boginal Cn»waito, btft -ere called him Wretch for ehort—left college somewboro In. the dusky oast, his family decided that hard study had wrought havoc with tho poor fellow’s health, and forthwiUi bent him to try sun-cure as'only Texas furnishes it. As a matter of faet^ he had studied nothing more serious, than a beautiful'asbortment of Bohn’s cribs. His ill-health was due to causes not connected with the intended routine of college life. .80 tho peaceful lit tie community of Jimville, Texas, awoke one day to the consciousness of, the fact that it harbored Reginald Croswaite, Esq., gorgoous in store clothes and an English accent. Old man Bowman, who in some remote nod inexplicable way was related to the Wretch, and at whose housp. the latter stayed,’ ex-pressed.himself-about the new-comer in the genera...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 November 1891

FERRY. and West Siders Pay No More Ferry Tolls. i Z. G. Graham, of tho citizens purchased ferry-boat, which has been »at Fullerton’s. , well known in Mtain the city several He is delivering fruit and shrubs. Mr. J. F. Lees arrived from Butte Monday aad assumed his duties as assistant cashier of the Bank of Columbia Falls. George L Bumbaugh returned Saturday bom a flying trip to Missoula. Mrs. B. also returned from her visit to friends in Kalispell. Among buyers of Columbia Falls realestatoihis week were A. J. Houston, Wm. Cheney, O. Roberts and Mr. Swiggett of Demenmlle. Tom McLeod, George F. Stannaid and W. A. Kirkham, of Demersville, were in town yesterday. They think Columbia Falls the coming.city. Ask them. Mike Brady, tho well-known settlor of the east side, was in town Tuesday. He has lived five years on hik land, and will soon take steps to acquire title. , ' Main & Co. are receiving goods rapidly, bat the demand seems to equal the supply. Tho firm has enjoyed an ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 November 1891

/UAn < <^.< c COLUMBIAN. MX' •*' * i COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1891. .,Kara on ,DMBIA FALLS. J t ^olumbia Palls, Mont. A UrriDc osplosion occurred at the Rusk-Ivanhoo tumid, at LcadTiUe, at wLore nino men wore nt work. Bob kepablicons- Declare ^HcKIulej 1 the Jftiti6nal Comliiloto ana Pro- tcrtlon the Issue. i had legs broken and were internally Injured, while three more wore badly truisod. The explosion was caused by one of the men striking the giant powdpr in one pf the holes with a DIRECTORS: avis, V..Talbott, aylord. The presidential slate-makers barb had to revise their calculations as a Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. 5&3;qE£ _ Drawn on Principal Cities i United States and Europe. aoral Banking Business Trans- Wm. RICA.D, Cauhlor. Kiffle^sradijiip'rB say tliat ho will be a" very formidable candidate before •ip P<ttt ronoblican national . ponvonlion. They quote Gov. torakor ns saying'ftirch months ag...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 November 1891

AIL ADYMTUHNO BILLS PATARLK THE 1ST OP EACH MONTH. WORTH READING. An Offer You Cannot Afford .... to Overlook. It is at this time of the year that people select their reading matter for the coming winter months and for the The publisher of The Columbian can offer rare inducements to reading people for the next few aonths. To every person sending; $2.60 we *01 send to their address The Columbian from receipt of order till January 1,1893. For $3.25 we will mail The Columbian and SI. Louis Weekly GlobeDemocrat from receipt of order tUl January 1,1888. For $3J26 wo'will send to any ad dress The Columbian and the Chicago Weekly Times untU January 1, 1893. For $4 we will send you The Columbian and the Helena Weekly Independent from receipt of order until gjffillsijrl, 1893. A careful obaerver may see in the result of last week’s election an indication that free silver coinage is further away than ever. The Picket nominates Peter Breen tor governor. We hereby nominate Absalom F. Bray for B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 November 1891

c Bob HMPherson Grows Up Under Uie Tutelage of Aboo, KorsetUntr V Hia Sitlre Tonroe. *Tm going to put on ondtothia Egyptian pUgue," growUd Col. MacEbewon. “Wo oonxs hero every winter. mU up Uio same bid river, look at the same old pyramids—no modem additions or improvements—see the same abominable old images that have worn the same grotesque aspect for fifty centuries, and broil on the tame uncomfortable decks, and all because that boy. of mine wants to become known aa an Egyptologist. To the deuce with beetles and sacred cattle! I’m tired of it ali” Out of breath with the exertion necessary to this long sentence, CoL Tavikk MacPhcrson leans back in his comfortable armchair and closes his eyes for nap. The intense quiet bothers the colonel; so he yawns and growls once more. He is a widower with two children—the elder a lad of 18 yean, who has already made something of a reputation as a student of Egyptian remains, having boon enamored of the land since the evil day when the colonel ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 November 1891

! prospectiag in th»t region, and " > * no doubt that npnon.1 f quantities. He found in which placor gold i and has made sovoral locations. I belflB somo flf- . above tho coal banks on Fork river. Tho best placor grounds he saw wore on a little tributary to tho North Fork, which ho had called Oil creek. Ho thinks there will bo on oil excitement there next AS OTHERS SEE IT. They will i place for first- . *»m in? uu vaojiuuiem urorc noil r)an f year, and remarked: “Thoro’s enough >. ___ .. —,, on tho . 3 church building is progrc.csing, and an idea of the stylo and dimensions of tho odifico is easily gained. Judge Douglass arrived Sunday, and is looking after his realty possessions bore, which are somewhat numerous. Ho is well pleased with tho progress of Columbia Falls. Follow tho crowd and got a square moal ot the Windsor. f. 'Tho free ferry is being appreciated by'.'residente of tho oast side, and many .of them do thoir trading hero. The/,-find just as good pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 November 1891

■ the Columbian. FIRST YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1891. B-A-NK COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Fallfi, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : : Butto, Mt. James A. Talbott, i Butte, Mt. J. E. Gaylord, ~ : B. Tibbej : L. C. Trent, : S. T. gauser, : Butte, Mt. * Butte Mt. : Salt take] Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Of the United States .nnd A General Banking] acted. ■VVm. READ, Cnehter. Large Assortment, :-:-Latest Designs,:-: Lowest Prices! BeiRooiH Sets it Into Variety, Cetter Talles, Easy aai Recital Qatrs, BeJ Striap, Mattresses aai Pillows. F. W. DOWNER. Downer Building, Nucleus Avc. Columbia Falls, : Montana. REST BEFORE LABOR Congress Will Meet on Dec. 7, Eleet a Speaker and Toko a Holiday Recess. The National Bank FaUurcs Causing Uneasiness, and Comptroller Lacy Is Severely Criticised. DR. JOS. PIEDAUJE, PHYSICIAN AND Office Conlin-Millor Block. Ooluratolet I r o.U3, lAont. R. L. OLIVER. REAL ESTATE, and Insurance Agents. • Columbia Falls, Most. J. K. Miller, LAW''...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 November 1891

READING. An Offer You Cannot Afford to Overlook. It is at this limo of tbo jear that people select their reading matter for the coming winter months and for the coming year. The publisher of The Colombia* can offer rare inducements to reading people for the next few months. To OTery person sending $2.50 wo will send to their address tLe Colombia* from receipt of order till January 1, 1893. For $3.25 we will'mail The Colombia* and St. Louis Weekly GlobeDemocrat from receipt of order till January 1,1893. For $325 wo will send to any address Thx Colombia* and the Chicago Weekly Times until January 1, 1893. For $1 we will send you The Colombia* and the Helena Weekly Independent from receipt of order until January 1,1893. It is now settled that the Great Northern will end at Columbia Falls for the winter, and this city will bo the liveliest of Montana's live towns. the ross the Cana itonUhod offiTho fact that the lino of the territory north of the Dakotas, Montana, Washington and Idaho i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 November 1891

THE GINGER JAR. of Pretty the Tender Words of a Lover. The Old Slant-Eyed. Fat-Sided Mandarin Helps to Unite Two Fond Hearts with His Wink. Before Clementine went down to Mill town for tho summer she made up her mind that she would bend all her energies to weodle Aunt Phoebe out of the old blue jingor jar that Uncle Julius had brought home from China, little thinking that the old slant-eyed, fat-sidod mandarin would take such a jocular interest in her joys and sorrows. The old blue jar had perched for many years on the comer of the high mantel-piece in the old-fashioned country parlor, and Aunt Phoebe knew that if she gave it to Clementine she would have a dreadful lonesome feeling every time she stood on a chair to dust the old clock, the shells, the peddler vases, the feather fans and pther companions of its lofty abode. But CloiSfcntino was an accomplished wheedlor, and tho fond old aunt finally said she might have her wish. When Aunt Phoebo gave over to Clementine her right and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 November 1891

AFFAIRS. Snc- ) Saturday. Ho i the only lire The deer slayers hare enjoyed good sport since tho snow fall. Venison is the standard meat in numerous house- holds Ladies’ trimmed hats, latest stylos at the New Tork Cash Bazar. D. Haskill commenced work Saturday on a sale and feed bam on First Arenuo West, opposite the Valley house. * Follow the crowd and got a square meal at tho Windsor. j— Olson, Johnson & Co. are running their mill and turning out splendid work. The sash and door machines are in place. North Star blankets are the boss. A fine line at tho Now York Cash 'URutar.. - A Silver Tip bear was killed a few miles from the city by Mr. Hayes last Friday. It was of medium size, and tho hide is now amoug J. J. White’s collection. * Kanchmon desiring money to make pre-emption proofs or to commute on homesteads should see J. K. Miller Main & Co, expect to bo in their new building by tho 25th inst. The firm will then have ample room to display the largo stock...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 November 1891

you WitXKNOjW THt NtW« AMO PMoaittsa OF TMe rUTHCAO flt* OtONIf YOU RCAO TMC COLUMBIAN RCQULARLY S( THE COLUMBIAN. FIRST YEAR. BAlNK ppiiiiaii Colombia Falls, Mont. DIRECTOES: A. J. Day in. : Junes A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, ; B; Tibbey : L. C. Trent, : 8. T. Hauser? v : Butte, ML Butte, Mt. : Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. ;• Salt Lake. Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the Doited States and Europe. A General Banking Businees Trans- acted. "Wm. RKAD, Ciuihloiy I*arge Assortment, :-:-Latest Designs,:-: . YU'.' :-:LowestPricesI Bsd Room Sets in Ed to Variety, Center Tables, Easy andRoctini Chairs, Befl Springs, Mattresses and Pillows. F. -W". DOWNER. Domicr Building, Nucleus Avo. Columbia Falls. : Montana. UNCLE SAM'S LAND. It Contributes Its Share of Readable News, Including Glad Tidings for Helena in Partlenlar. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1891. ON OTiR SHORES. DR. JOS. PIEDALUE. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office Conlin-MiUer Block. , Ool-umtola. Fraia, aAorx...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 November 1891

THURSDAY, NOV. 26.1891. READING. An Offer You Cannot Afford to 1 Overlook. It is at this time of the year that people select their reading matter for the coming winter months and for the ablom of rebellion. Now the Chicago city cCTmcil is censuring the mayor for ordering an interference with anarchist nonsense. The people of Chicago will uphold the mayor. Any man who upholds anarchism should be kicked out of the Chicago council or any other body that makes pretense to respectability^ In two weeks congress will meet. Many now faces will be soon on the mb. In Edmunds’ place will sit Proctor, and Peffer will occupy the seat made vacant by John J. Ingalls. The west is gaining strength in the senate and in the house. It is asserted that Edmunds’ resignation was duo to the loss of power by the oast and tho gradual gain of western men on tho floor of tho Senate. Whether that was Mr. Edmunds’ reason or not is unimportant. Western men are gaining power; western interests are receiving more c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 November 1891

-U/' The well-Known Author Believes Him- self to be the Proud Possessor o Ke*l Live Doppclyang-er. The proverb, "Yield on inch and lose on ell" h#» no better illustration than this supernatural business. Once admit the possibility ot seeing anything out of the physical plane, and there is no logical halting place for you thenceforth. For the physical i are all one; they are modifications or refinements of the sense of touch. If, then, you can see a spirit what is to prevent you from touching it, hearing it, tasting and smelling itT Nor does it help much to say that it is your spiritual eye that is opened. The impression of sight on the mind is the same; and if of sight, then of the other senses also. The point is, you perceive something; whether witj the physical or the metaphysical class of perceptive faculties maybe interesting to philosophers, but the results to you are practically the same. Three young American artists found themselves together in India the other day, and went t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 November 1891

WORK. ROb bj happens. H. of Wade & Jones, contmcIn town Monday, and rr> that the end track was but twenty miles away and coming at the rate of a mile a day The working foroe of the tracklaying crews hare been doubled and sya.tired. The track' - is laid upon One car On One car Common Sense sleds, Twelve Swell-body Cutters, Si* Portland*, . Six Double-Seated sleighing, rigs. Blankets, lap robes, whips, bells. . During the early part of last week the steamboats bucked ice in the Flathead river, and the Crescent was laid up for a day or two. The Montana doubled the route every day until the Orescent was ironed. Jack Ryan, said to hail from Aus- . tralia, and Tom Jones, of Wallace, tiea four feet apart, and the iron work Idah0i aro biUed for , gloTO content Go to Ed Bryant’s place for first- class beverages and cigars. The ball to-night for the benefit of the public school promisee to be grand tocoees. Every citizen should be there. Excavation for Ramadell'a throe ...

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

BaMBWfiBgg ,XU - ju*. mi-: COLUMBIAN. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, ^THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1891. igo Drawn on i United States and Principal Oities s and Europe. 1 Banking Business Trans- Nine ? Work- men in Its Awful awrepkaie. KILLING THREE1, juriee. Making the Death i. - ’ »olI Fire. C 1 n £k from Their In- artment,:-:-ji-Latest Designs,:-: .Al-t^^SWceal m • r ,. . i Sets in Eniless Variety, Easy and fiMtoi ClaffiBefl Springs, Mattresses ailiPite L" _ F. W. DOWNER. '=mfT8- Four Injured Men -Still With Oood Ohanoee ■^Li.:^9QQCTry. 72 DR. JOS. PIEDALUE, . PMCM: ADD SDRSEON. Office Coalin-Millor Block., Oolumtolit F’sOls Mont. n. r. SUITE. ». L. OLITCB. SMITHS OLIVER, REAL i -ESTATE, ""MSSilWT.W*Columbia. Falls, Mont. . Early Saturday morning Citizen' were startled by the rumor that six men had been killed at the North Fork bridge, under construction by Porter Bros., contractors under the Great Northern railroad company, representative of The Colombian rode to the scene, and found that wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 December 1891

BILLS PAYABLE THE ACH HOXTH. THPBSDAY, DEC. 5,1M8~ WORTH READING. An Offer You Cannot Afford to Overlook. It ia at this time of the year that people select th«r reading matter for the coming winter months and for the coming year. The publisher of The Commbun can offer rare inducements to reeding people for the next few To every person sending 52.130 we will send to their address The Colombia* from receipt of order till January 1,1893. For $3.25 we will mail The ColUMSiAV and St. Louia Weekly GlobeDemocrat from receipt of order till Jiggarc L1898. For $325 we will send to any address The Columbia* and the Chicago Weekly Times until January 1, 1893. For %i we will send you The Columbian and the Helena Weekly Independent from receipt of order until January 1,1893. Look Here! Doat jou want to Mad ooa or more coplre of the SatDfT CoumuK to roar friend, in otborMatoaf If w/on thonld Iom no time in ■ending the nemo and addnaa to tfala office. The Houdat Columbia* will be mailed from tin* o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 December 1891

ARBNTOWARD FATE P.tUt Space of Beycutceu Years. the End of a Damping - Bopfrand tlie Other by His , Own Hand. A young man with a dejected air of ^ishpBointmont about him was riding a large, handsome boy horse along a steep mountain train, one bright April rooming. A prospector’s kit hung from the pack-saddle of a sturdy little bronco that followed at tie end of a load-rope. ■Jack Adams had been out alone on a prospecting trip for some weeks, but had mot with very poor success. And the air of disappointment that he wore on that special morning was due to the fact that he had been sure, at his laai camp, that he had found pay dirt at last, but, although he had worked for. some time, he had never found anything after the Erst day, when he; ht(d found several small nuggets. So that morning, instead of whistling along with his hat-brim turned np flat against the crown in front as usual, his hat was slouched over his eyes, and ho rode silently, with his glance fixed in a vacant stare Upon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 December 1891

‘Picof. Eyan I Sunday morniug on lower venue, in which the former > out winner. different valley assembled in this Saturday night to witness ietw-' -n Torn Jones ), ruid Jack Hyan of Australia. Promptly at 9 o’clock, Jack Ware, master of ceremonies, announced four-round contest between the Demersvillo Spider and of Colum bia Palls. With a confident air the homo kid skipped to the center of the 16-foot enclosure, while the Spider, though confident, was cautious. In the first round the Spider sent out loft hand fooler which found his opponent’s claret fountain and dazed him to some extent. This wasiollowed which ; your bouse with Red Bosin ■ to make it warm. Wo ! any quantity. C. F. Fullsbton. . Keports from Porter Pro’s camp this •mpming state that the men wounded in last Saturday’s disaster are getting alon# mealy and will ro- • corfr: Go Ip Ed Bryant’s place for first ctass Kgvera&os and cigars. GoOrgo Stannard and T. J. McGrado were up from Demeraville, ' Sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 December 1891

1 THE COLUMBIAN Reaches Moke Flathead Vallet Homes Than Ant Otuek Paper. ADVEBTUEns Use It. THE COLUMBIAN. Keep*: omcc at tub Lead, iso Is a Specialtt. FIRST YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1891. OK : - COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Palls, 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. BLOWN TO ATOMS. Xotbing Left bnt tbe Head of the Crasy Dynamiter Wbo Attempted to Kill Russell Sage. Falling Walls at St. Paul Bnry Many Workmen—Dom Pedro, the ExEmperor, pies at Paris. At noon on shabbily about 35 years olies, railroads and socialistic topics. Home says all tbe man told him was j that he was going to invito all capi- ! talists liko Gould and Sage, and if they did not come to hear Home he would write them once again and if they still ignored the request ho would blow them all up. William D. Taylor of Tacoma, Wash., -called at the mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 December 1891

i are of interest to tho f tho Flatbnul. Address all i to The Columbia*, Columbia Falls, Mont. AU, ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, DEC. 10. 1K91. READING. An Offer You Cannot Afford to Overlook. It is at this time of tho year that people select their reading matter for the coming winter months and for tho coming year. The publisher of The Colombian can offer rare inducements to reading people for tho next few months. To every person sending $2.50 wo will send to their address Tm: Colombian from receipt of order till January 1,1893. For $3.25 we will mail The Columbian and St. Louis Weekly GlobeDemocrat from receipt of order till January 1,1893. For $3,25 wo will send to any ad- ! tho Flathead valley moved from • lands that tho heads of several r be protected. It is a piece of business all around, and if Commissioner Thomas H. Carter doesn’t sit down on the American Forestry association with a doll thud hois not the man Montana people believe him to be. Sec...

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