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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 31 May 1894

THE COLUMBIAN. A .nflidffli/ FOURTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1894. . _ COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE.:.' : OF-: COLUMBIA FALLS, Columbia Palls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : : Butte, Mt. James A. Talbott, : Butte, Mt. J. E. Gaylord, : : Butte, Mt. B. Tibbey : : Butte, Mt. L. C. Trent, : : Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn ou Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. n. KKA.D, Win. , Ouililm-. I the: BEE HIVE i STORE. I JJJJU'J WE SELL AT LOW MICKS n n T 9 n n q HARDWARE, T J CROCKERY, 3 STONEWARE. $ TINWARE. 3 Wooden Ware, : Glass Fruit Jars, £ ij Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. rrrrrr. 3 Call and Look Over Our £ ^ Stock and Get Prices, h’ 3 § 3 'JJ-J'JUJ K NEXT TO P. O, ! Columbia Halls, Montana, c 1 rnr.rrrrr.r.crr nr.rr.rr. r.nrrrr. b PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Doctor Arthur Morrow, offices; K LING AN BLOCK. ( 9^0 to lO&Oa.m. OFFICE HOURS 230 to 4.-00 p....

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 31 May 1894

NEWS OFTHE WEFX H. C. Dount of Kalisp'l «n» in •own Friday. Some good nork is being done on the road .between Whitefish bridge and the Whitefish hall. E.W. Blackburn of thoConsolidated Iron works, Chicago, was visiting the trade here last Friday. A number of citiiens of this vicinity intend to take part in the Memorial Day exercises at the temporary. The high water and the law together have seriously interfered with the sports of tho local fishermen. Operators George J. Rogers of N'yack and A. J. Crew of Summit wore visiting in tho city last week. Rev. Van do Veu was in town Saturday and Sunday on his regular visit. Services were holtUqu Sunday. A. H. McAnulty, representing McDonald Bros, tho crockery dealers of Minneapolis, was in town Sunday. Major Baldwin was in town Tuesday shaking hands with Che boys and visiting with acquaintances. He is a welcome visitor. Mrs. George I. Bunibaugh and son were passengers on Saturday morning’s train for tho oast. They will visit relatives in Pe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 31 May 1894

IT IS CALLED COMMENCEMENT THE HIGHER INSTITUTIONS. llow It I* Itf'ciinlrd anil What It Mmtu to UlflVmit I'poplr—A Hail of Many Contmmcoinonta—Hie Schnol Klhlbltlon and tin* Karol Idm'iitlonUI*. Commenccineutl Wliot do»n tho word mcau to you, render? Docs it tiring tlinuiKiuK mciuurics of n ilny that railed tlio ]KTiod of trnlniuR nud began n porioi) of renl life thnt has been full of traccone*, or linn failure been your lot over since einnmracemeut? Perhaps there Dover was n commencement dny for- you. Possibly yon have hnd to worry nloiiR through life, ns hntgi so many of your brethren nud your sinters, without the advantuKcs of seholns- T, AQT Ti A-V mr ment dny In tils cxperlenco came wnen JjAHI l/Al Vir ilUUli* he left tho eountty school in nn interior i state where he stuifieil the three R’s. It was not called commencement dny. It was simply tho “Inst day,” and with half a dozen overgrown farmers’ lads nud ns many country girls ho spoke n piece on thnt occasion. Ho was regarded ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 31 May 1894

Th* Columbian invite* iU patens Btxl friend* to send items of nil kinds regarding improvements, and oceurreuces wiiieh are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letter* to The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. • VTUSD AT COCCMAIA FALU rOATOmC* A* ■KCOXD CLAM MAIL MATTER. AIL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, MAY 34, 1KW. The Missouri state democratic convention has endorsed Bland and free ailver, which means that Cleveland’s financial views are not endorsed. Flathead valley farmers will be surprised to know that rain in badly needed in this section, but the great government crop bulletin says so. The Coxey armies are being trailed by large bands of United States marshals, and Undo Sam is paying the bills. It is not surprising that the government treasury runs low. If the Flathead correspondent of the Montana Silverite is correct, it would seem that members of the two old parties in this county are very scarce and are roosting mighty high. Cou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 June 1894

* fUtoritt) Book* FOURTH YEAR COLUMBIAN. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1894. NUMBER 23. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. OF COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Moat. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, James A. Talbott, .). E. Gaylord, 1$. Tibboy : L. C. Trent, But to, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butto, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Exebango Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Win. ItKA-U. Cashier. niraasBaainraacjutfasiaaDasuKiSH 3 THE | iBEE HIVEe STORE. •jjjjuj WE SELL AT LOW P11ICES HARDWARE, STONEWARE, CROCKERY. TINWARE. Wooden Ware, Glass Fruit Jars, Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. rrr.rrr Call and Look Over Our Stock and Get Prices. •jmsiau NEXT TO P. O, 2 Columbia Falls. Montana. •ir.rrrr.rirrir.rj'.r.rrrrrrrrrrr.r.c PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Doctor Arthur Morrow, offices: KLtNGAN BLOCK. ( 9:30 to lOilOa.m. OFFICE HOURS 2:30 to l.HX) p.m. / 7fl0 to 8KX) p.m. Residence: Kennedy Additio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 June 1894

i s Tuesday visi toftotti" city Irom JKalispel. O. Lagoui ' and S. Lagoui wore gwidiog a pfcrty of Indies over I ho *|ty on Sunday. .’' Good pasture for horses at Mrs. 6 M di&r’s, Sheldou. Mrs. John E. Lewis returned on I'rtday from « visit of several months With friends and relatives in Iowa. Sir. and Mrs. E. L. Harwood and Me. and Mrs. Ed Thompson., were visitors in this city on Sunday last. Dennis Gallagher, a resident u. the east side, is reported to bo in a precarious condition, the result of consumption. Ho is at the home of Mark Duguan. News was received in this city Sunday evening announcing the death of Mrs. A. H. Burch’s father, which occurred that day at Champaign, 111. Mis. Burch was at the bedside. The unusual high water has stopped the ferries at Demorsville and KalispeL The bottom lands on both sides of the river near those towns are uuder water from 2 to 6 feet. A number of citizens went to the temporary county seat yesterday to witness the boll game betw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 June 1894

ON PALATIAL YACHTS . I been elected a member of tin DELIGHTFUL CRUISES ENJOYED BY OUR MILLIONAIRE NAVIGATORS. William A. Slater Will Spend Hair a Million In (‘Ircmnnai Icntlnc tlio Clolxi on Ui> New Yacht Eleanor, Which lllrnl. Even the Valiant In Enxnrloiuneaa. Tho Inxnrions rivalry of onr multiniilliouuirtw lum ereutctl a boom in yacht building. W. K. Vanderbilt's exnmplo hns started nu epidemie of emulation. Simxi tho completion n year or so n«o histnanniticent Valiant not less than 15 palatial steam yachts have liven launched at varions yards in tho United States, and several have been purchased or butlt to order abroad for Americans. Tho majority of these splendid crafts will start on forcisn cruises before another year has passed, most ofMiem having been built or purchased for that especial purpose. Some of them will circumnavigate tho globe. Hero again Mr. Vanderbilt's example has proved contagious The modern mnltlmilliouairo is not up to date unless ho makes a lei...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 June 1894

Columbian JOHN W. FAOS. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, ■v mail: ■ per yrarto on^ P. 0. AiMrer*. The-Columbian inviUw it« {| n ] | roll ' s and friondH to send itomn of i .11 kinds rogardinff iiuprovoraouts, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address nil leneni to The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. KNTHED AT COLCMBIA PALLS POSTOFPICK AH •ECOTD CLAM MAIL M VTTEK. ALL advertising HlLi-s i'avaBLK TBB U ns very pronouiKS’d in fnvoL-of matter must bo dropped, or the west ist KAI11 ul > NT j^ releasing all but the leaders offho jsido of Main street be fooled and THURSDAY, MAY 31, ISM. In loss than two months lady bugs and politicians will lie abroad in the land. Incidentally it mav be mentioned that the crop of candidates in Flathead county has not been damaged Uy high water. The miners of Montana will this summer develop so many gold mines that the bond-clippers will want to demonetize the yellow metal. A young lady at Muncie, Ind., committed suicide...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 June 1894

THE COLUMBIAN. FOURTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1894. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. NUMBER 24. OF FURIOUS FLOODS, rortliiml. Orcffou, Scorns tin- Kspecial Murk of the Displeasure ol the Waters. which has covered almost the whole of Idaho like a sea. comes at a most inopportune time for if bondholders of the Oregon railway A: Kavif^ation company got a soperato receivership it would leave the Union Pacific in much (tetter condition through the traffic arrangements than through its present lease on the lino which includes 2,000 miles of track and water facilities. The Condition of Trade. R. G. Dun’s Weekly Review of Trade says: The outlook for business seams a little hatter 0:1 the whole, though tho^mpiovemantis not groat. Moreover Jt _is imppBsjblo to distinguish between mere 'replacement orders, cancelled for want of fuel or other causes, and now business for which the works are anxiously looking. It...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 June 1894

EWS OF THE WEEK. Good pasturu for horsos at Mrt*. Gardner's, Sheldon. Eil. H. Rupert, of Summit, was in town Saturday. Wm. Morrison came down from Essex on Saturday. J. A. Donahuo was among the east aiders in town Monday. Rev. Van do Von was in town this week and held his regular service. The board of county commissioners are holding their regular Juno meet ing this week. I P. A. Owens of Kalispol, and •k'AL. his running mates; that he paM her Harrigan of Missoula were among the Sunday visitors to this city. L. Tinkol of Holyoke, Colo., and Miller Schermer of Kalispol. were in town Saturday for a few hours. They visited the big roller mill b*tro. A valuable mare belonging to William Clinton was struck by lightning on Tuesday afternoon. The flash tore down some fence and cavorted around quite promiscuously for a time. 2J and .’1 inch Lumber Wagons going at $75.00, Tate, Puss & Co. Several persons became dizzy while walking the railing of the little bridge, cast of this ci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 June 1894

HISTORIC COTTAGK A l.uii(Iiiuu-k in \Siisliiii4tini Torn Down Ijiist Wiu'k. The oldest laudmurk in WoshiiiRtou, (lie most bnlloivod historical structure iu the city, was torn down lost week by vandals in order that the members of the Columbian Athletic club might have more room to play games. It stood beside the Van Ness mansion at the foot of 17th street, surrounded by a high brick wall. The grounds wore leased by the club this spring for an out-door gymnasium, arid iinding that the cottage was in their way the boys had it pulled down. III.was built of imported brick, and was ttnrhpmo of a celebrated character, an eccentric old Scotch farmer and fisherman named David Burns, who owned a largo part of the territory upon which the city stands, and for more than sixty years lived by tlftVrivorsido behind the president's house, treating all men alike, and that gruffly. Ho was a positive old follow, and annoyed Gen. Washington very much, as we know from the records in the lattei^ diary, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 June 1894

,1 rrvKio n I ,nrl - V °f strikcrH bkuv up tho shaft U 111 Uld 11. i,ougo w jt|, |iou-(!or, causing a loss of i ADDITIONAL LOCAL. I’l.KASAXTbV KXTKItTAlXKI*. ~ TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, bv mail: krm per roar to aur P. O. AJJrr«». idvaiK* $U0 PrrTrar. lootlu. In advance, il-*L Three Mnctha. (a adraac-, TUVnU. Single copies 10 cteita. The Coltjf bun invites its i>atn>iis and frionda to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occur- ■ reuces which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all fetters to Tur. Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. $25,000. They then dropped 100! pounds of giant powder down the shaft which also exploded, killing all An Keening to he Reim inlnTed by tli. the inmates. Not more than .'klO yards from the Guests in Attendance. A charming drive whist party was AT COLUMBIA TALL* ISW SECOND CLASS MAIL MATT « Warner ALL ADVKBTISINO BILLS 1*AVABLE Tltt: 1ST OF E-U'lt MONTH. THURSDAY, .1 U.VE 7, 1801. The Missouri democrats hav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 June 1894

COLUMBIAN. FOURTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1894. NUMBER 25. Columbia falls is surrounded by more'Atytural resources than any city on the pacific slope. COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, 15. Tibboy : L. C. Trent, Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. ExelianKo.Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. ■Wm. KKA.D, Ciiliter. THE BEE mm STORE. I uuuuau jWE SELL AT Low PRICES > HARDWARE, STONEWARE, fc 5 CROCKERY, TINWARE, ^ Wooden Ware, Glass Fruit Jars, | Kitchen Utensils, | Lamps, Etc. | r.nrrr.n Call and Look Over Our Stock and Get Prices. >jtniauu NEXT TO P. O, Columbia Falls, Montana. Ar.rrrrrrrr.rrrrrrr.r.rrirrr.rt PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Doctor Arthur Morrow, offices: KLINGAN BLOCK. (930 to 1030a.m. OFFICE HOURS ' 2:30 to 430 p.m. / 730 to 830 p.m. Residence: Kennedt Addition. COLUMBIA FALLS. - MONT. D. F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 June 1894

James Holler went to the Belt country last Saturday on a business tnp. Mayor Whipps of Kalispel was in the city Sunday, taking advantage of the pleasant day for a drive. The populists will hold their primaries on the 18th inst. and select delegates to the county convention of June 20. Main & Co. will sell you a suit of clothes at almost your own price. William Madfcen, Jr., arrived yesterday morning from Esteline, S. D., and will remain in the city with his father. J. S. Hammond, the grand master workman of the A. O. U. W. in Montana, is expecting to visit this valley the latter part of June. The Flathead river has boon getting lower for the past few days. The cool weather of last Thursday chocked the flow of waters, and the stream will soon be steadily recoding. The water in Flathead river has fallen over eight feet at this point since last Thursday. Xear the head of the lake it is falling slowly, but did not begin to recode till last Saturday. A dandy top buggy at $65....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 June 1894

THE LOCUSTS AT NEW YORK Tliu (jnccr (.'i-catmv.i nrp • Cliowins Troi-K ami Other VrjrctntUm of the Riuiiire State. They Have "W" on Tholr Wln*» and the Wise Mon of the Land Say It Means War. but They Don't Say Who Will Fight. The locusts have come. Like a thief iu the night they have stolen upon the land, and all the region about New i'ork is one huge free luuchof vegetation for them, says the Now York Sun. The prophets who hare been foretelling their advent now fold their hands in ealm but joyful complacency, saying: "Behold, wo told you sH” And whether the visitors are thirteen-year locusts or seventoou-your locusts, or both, a question on which the prophets have difforod, the result is the same, and they are getting in their work with an avidity of appetite which would seem to indicate that they had boon under ground for a century, at least, and didu't expect to spend more than a fortnight before going back again for another century. It’s fun for the locusts, but it’s bad for the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 June 1894

S OF SUBSCRIPTION, MAIL! P.O.A«ldrf~. W. TERMS OF y l n (’ciiu. Thi Colcmbiax invites its patrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. EXTKUD AT COL CM >1A VALLA VOSTOWICK A» 8CCOXD CLAM MAIL MATT KB. ALL ADVEfflSINO BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, JUNE H, 18SM. There is much wormwood and gall in politics, with the accent on the g 811 - ______ If the boss of the weather is kind the hospitable east side folks will have a grand celebration on July 4. C. P. W. Brockenridgo says ho has made “his peace. with God," and his conscience is clear. Madaline is still on the trail. The citizens of Columbia Falls and the east side are hustlers They are in their own bridge, nud the county funds to be the needy village of KalSecretary Morton, the theoretical and dress parade farmer who runs the agricultural department of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 June 1894

-7 ■V THE COLUMBIAN. FOURTH TEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1894. NUMBER 26. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. OB’ COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy : L.C. Trent, Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transautod. Wm. liKAD, CoHliInr. i-juj-juwjzuu-fjunauwuuuiji: i THE \m HIVE ^ STORE. I UmTilUB WE SELL AT LOW PRICES t HARDWARE. STONEWARE. £ i CROCKERY, TINWARE, t ^ Wooden Ware, Glass Fruit Jars, q Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. 3 - rrr.rr.r. . ^ ^ Call and Look Over Our Slock and Get Prices. \ ir.rir.rrr.rrnr.rrrsr.nr.ncr.nrr.rrt NEXT TO P. O, Columbia Falls, Montana. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Doctor Arthur Morrow, offices: KUNGAN BLOCK. ' ( 9«) to 10«)a.m. RS 2-1 OFFICE HOURS J 2«) to 400 p.m. / 7KX) to 8.4X) p.m. Rf.sidencf.: Kenned...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 June 1894

NEWS OF THE WEEK Today is tho longest day of the r*r. Oood pasture for horses at Mrs. Gardner’s, Sheldon. Sister Immaculate, mother superior of tho convent at Wenatchee, os teblishod by the sisters of mercy, lias been tho guest of Richard Brown for the past week. Mrs. Peter Dugan was thrown from a horse last Wednesday and sustained several sovoro injuries, among them tho breaking of three ribs. Dr. Morrow was twice summoned to attend her. She is improving slowly. Tho fire company members have regular Monday evening practice nowadays, and the feats of making rapid couplings and handling apparatus are practiced. Tho delayed shipment of new hose is ospccted at any time now. A large amount of mail matter arrived Sunday, some of which had boon stamped at the various postoffices on May 28. A number of letters mailed at Missoula May 28 arrived Sunday—Juno 17. Twenty days for letters to go 150 miles is uota compliment to tho facilities of Uncle Sam's western postoffice service. 2J and 3 inc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 June 1894

THESUMMERSCHOOLS THEY WILL BE MORE NUMEROUS THIS YEAR THAN EVER BEFORE. CIu>uU>ui|<M-» aiul tha Unlronltj Exlanalan Conraaa Uruailrat anil Jloat Coniprrhrn•Itb—Them Arc Many Otharm, Howarcr, Thai Am Not Far Behind. One thiug is rcnsounbly certain, the American people are not already a knowing lot, they have (loterminod tc remedy the defect just ns soon ns cvei they may. It doesn't matter nt nil nowadays if your mental training was neglected when you were of school age. Just as soon ns yon arc able, by devotion to somo sort of money getting occupation, to devote a few weeks and a few dollars to the operation, yon can go away somewhere in the sunmier, by the side of lake or sen, in tlnyriiouiitaiu* or under thoshade of the forest, “take up" o 1:01:0K K. VIXCKXT. [Assistant chancellor Chnutaoijua system.) whatever subject yon desire and study it, under really competent direction, to your heart's desire. It is nil really very wonderful, mid it grows more...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 June 1894

c Columbian. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: ■ per rear la anr P. O. Addroea. o«-50 per Year. •mice, 5I.V). ■ advance, VI Cent*, rente. Thi: Columbian invites its patrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all fettore to The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. HVTKUO AT COLUMBIA FALLA FOATOmCB AA ■BCOXD CLARA MAIL MATTS*. Alb ADVERTISING lilLLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OK EACH MONTH. _ ^THUHSDAY, JUNE 12. 1S9-1 Honesty in politic.!, like charity, begins at homo. • When anything, happens in your neighborhood just write to The Colombian. Now that the water is receding we suggest that the commissioners have a photograph token of that 53,500 road through the Kulispel swamp. There is absolutely nothing new in the tariff business. Tim senate is grinding away, and long winded speeches are thick. The bill will probably hang on until July 15. Court meets next month, and it is expected that the commis...

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