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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 July 1894

Hu.to.ic*! 8oci.tr THE COLUMBIAN. FOURTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY .'», 1894. NUMBER 27. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN AN^ CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. : OF : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibbev 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 Transacted. Win. KKA-D, Cnslilcv. THE BEE HIVE; I STORE. [ I §• •T itJiilUJU WE SELL AT LOW PRICES ^ HARDWARE. STONEWARE. CROCKERY. TINWARE. | ^ Wooden Ware, Glass Fruit Jars, Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. Call and Look Over Our Stook and Get Prices. t B rrrrr.r, L I S: E •jj-jjtju ^ 1 K K I u L t B irnrr.rrrrrrr.rrrrr.rrrr'r.rr.r.t 'J NEXT TO P. O, Columbia Falls, Montana. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Doctor Arthur Morrow, nmoEn: K LI NO AX BLOCK. i 0^0 to 10:80a.m. OFFICE HOURS 2:30 to 4:00 p.m. / 7KX) to 800 p.m. Residen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 July 1894

OF THH WHHK. Mr. and Mr;. A, C. .Sheldon, of Sholdon, wore in town Monday. Mr*!' and Miss Bronson, of Kalis pel, wore Sunday visitors to this oily. H. C. Keith. H. L. Clinton and W. F. Hubbart were among Tuesday's visitor to (ho city. A big dance has l>een arranged for the evening of July 4 at the White- fish Cosmopolitan hall. The completion of the new bridge on Friday evening brought over lot) farmer* into the city on Saturday. C. F. Fullerton and family del fit'- ^Havre, whore business. ho has engaged Good pasture for horses at Mrs. Gardner’s, Sheldon. ' A. A; Campbell, the traveler for the Helena Independent, was in town yesterday among the paffobs Of that' P 8 P or - Among the men for commissioner now receiving favorable mention by bis neighbors is \\\ (). Miller of the Egan Country. H. H. Garr came in Saturday from his ranch in the Swan lake cohutry, and is spending a few days^ujoug his city friends. 21 and 3 inch Lumber Wagons going at $75.00, Tate, Foss &a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 July 1894

MRS. JjEASE’S FAMILY HUSBAND AND CHILDREN OF THE KANSAS JOAN OF ARC. Ur. Cliarlrn Hu No Tenonal Ambition. but I. Very 1'roml of HU Wife—They Have Four llrl*tit Children. Too Hoy* and Two Girl*. Wo know nil about Mrs. Lease, or at least as mnch as we need to know concerning the pj-rsouality of tiio plncky woman who is devoting her Hfo and talents to what she believes to be the general welfare. Of her husband and children, however, very little 1ms been printed, anil much curiosity concerning them has been expressed by admirers of tho Kansas Joan of Arc. C. E. Chapin, a St. Louis Post-Dis-patch reporter, recently visited the Lease homestead at Wichita, and iUtis report is reliable, ns it seems to be, it clears np a good deal of tho mystery Hint has surrounded the homo life of Mrs. Lease. Ho found that Charles L. Lease (Mr. Joan of Arc, tho flippant correspondent calls him) had been discharged from the drug store where he was formerly employed about six monihs ago on account of tho hard...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 3 July 1894

/ T*« rr» hid n l-McKinUy for tbe prwi«lew> 100 l IItJ U III Ulcl 11. „ n the K ro<iiiil of lii< .VIcKini.-M-'d a>au> >«o muiain •> Mr. Coajfi'i Iu» uinloni lo m><> Ibnl I tin' pxtroino inonaurBS tlmt linvo prodiicoil tlio real coiHlition of tilings as tlipj- I'xist to (lav aro not satisfartiirv Three Dollar. Pfrycnr to any. P.O.Aili*ri->». to till' people ami that the turn in ■yy--- 1 li^si ‘* f ’ public aoiitiinent aince IW "as in protost of tho measures for which j McKinley- stood. JOHN W. FA.OE1 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, by mail: _ r to any P. O. Alters-*. « Advance *i30 err Vnn r. Thb Colombian invites its patrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, anil occurreuces which are of interest to the peopw of tho Flathead. Address all fetters to The Collmbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. CXTMSD AT COLVMalA FALLS rOSTOFFICE A» •KTOND CLAM MAIL MATT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 July 1894

nutoriml SoriMT THE COLUMBIAN. FOURTH TEAR. 4 COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1894. NUMBER 28. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Moat. THE GREAT STRIKE ABSORBS THE ATTENTION OF BOTH WORLDS • BLOODSHED, RIOTS AND FIRE Enter Into the Deadly Contest Between the Companies and the Men. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis. .Tamos A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylonl, B. Tibbey : L. C. Trout, But to, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte. Mt. Salt Lake. THE SITUATION GROWS WORSE. Exchange Drawn ou Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Trans- acted. Win. U KAD. Omhier. Federal. State and City Authorities Awed by the Widespread Turbu-lonce--The Striking: Laborers Number One Mllllon--Chlcaffo Is the Seat of Trouble—The Labor Loaders Arrested, Charged With Consplracy--The End Far Off. lastzaitan'jaua'j’jWM-iJZ’ja-j-jimi: \ THE I 5 V L t L K L L l L. I I c L B L L g U L L' L L K L BEE H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 July 1894

I ltd <uu Xroulilo. A rt*i)or( roaolieil Iumv Sumlay irhieh iudicsUxl that tho Indians of Xorliwost Montana wens on a ram- !«!>{>', but tlio report siinniored down to tho following, as near as can bo learned: A man named Johnson living near Atlanta had a horse trade with some Indians. One of tho rods lieonmo somewhat lively and Johnson udminuiterod a threshing. Tho injured Indian returned to camp for reinforcements, and a crowd of redskins wont after Johnson with the apparent determination to send him to the white man's happy hunting ground. Johnson proved to be a pretty good man in an all 'round NUWS OF THE* WEEK. L. B. Conklin of ttw lower valley was in tho city Monday. S. D. Owing*, the photographer, was in town Monday delivering some photographs to customers. Miss Cora Laoeger. daughter nf F. Laueger, arrived in the city from Crystal, N. D., on Tuesday. Dressmaking by Cora A. Lctuger. E. B. Largont, deputy rovomie inspector for this district, was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 July 1894

X MILLIONS IN SUGAR. CiRI.GIN AND GROWTH OF THE GREAT HAVEMEYER TRUST. It KrjKlilblui tlio KtauiUml OU .i'oluta ol’ Inti’rv*: Concerning super MnEiiatcn—Fanous ih.- Tract". <’*ian«el —Spreekcls tho Soptr lelnp Tlio Suiptr trust iuve3ti;:.itli "ii Inn tunilit tho public cyo In tlio <Mrw.iu:i of Iruxti mul tho meu vvlio have mtola thi m, i ml thoro has becu inuth oompArinff i ml coutr.'w.tiiiK of tin ir ifrowth nml their methods. Thnouro i:r>.iiy intinutInp paralliiri nml iqu-.iHy intorestiuR tliffereneett between th • two jTeatr.it trusts, tho American Kun -r K.-ihiinit company nml tho Standard Oil company. Tho gcucral plan of each of theso powerful combination.i of capital i;rt at ly rcs^ibles tlio plan of the other. In each case the lawyer who formulatts) | or a ! log. . I but p iui rj-.r tb j I mutt innw-.m -iiv schOa.'tiftwe'. I at u cu t of si VJ.OOO brthercauml tlttcl out v, Hi all that is t and boat in tho i lueatioual line, iii"; a most eoaipl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 July 1894

The Columbian. OWXBD AXU rt DI.lsilKI* DT PA.OE Hinglfi c«n»ko* 10 ornu. The Columbian inviios Us patrons and frionds to send items of nil kinds | ^ ^ nllly:ll . SX! .t people of the Flathead. Address nil tetters to The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. KXTEXKD AT COLUMBIA FALL* rO!»TorriVK A* SECOND CLASS MAIL MA1TKX. k OF EAI II MONTH. THUKSDAY, JULY 5, 1«H. Sugar, like pitch, sticks to fingers of senators. the The strength of the A. R. U-ns a labor orgauization duinbf-.undod the railway managers. Cyclones in Ohio, Hoods in Indiana, hot weather in New York, frost in Xobraska, hard times everywhere, but Flathead valley seems to bo holding her own. The state democratic i.on volition of Illinois has set the example of naming a candidate for United States senator, who is to have the demo cratic vote of the legislature. Franklin MacVoagh is his name. It cost the state of Ohio a million dollars to protect the coal trust in the recent strike. Governor McKinley of Ohio framed’the bill unde...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 July 1894

llintori»l HnolMjr THE COLUMBIAN. FOURTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY 19,1894. NUMBER 29. -COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. OK WHOSE STRIKE? The Knilroad Mnirimlrg Claim lo Have Won the Buttle W ith the A. It. !'. by Aid of Curie Sum; (10LUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davin_ : Junion A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibbey : L. C. Trent. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Exohnujfe Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business TronuIM'tod. Win. READ. Counter. xjmaijaau^uaauamamanaaaBj 1 THE im HIVE! STORE. XVK SELL AT LOW PRirLH HARDWARE, STONEWARE, CROCKERY, TINWARE, g Wooden Ware, Glass Fruit Jars, g Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. g rUMRRfl Call and Look Ov#r Our Stock and Get Prices. 3 3 T ”1 n .’i a a 3 Columbia Falls. Montana. ^ nrrr.rrrr'rr.rr.rrrr.rrr.nr.r.rrX NEXT TO P. O, PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Doctor Arthur Morrow, offices: K...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 July 1894

NEWS OF THE WEEK. Dressmaking by Cora A. Laougor. Charles Terriault of Tobacco Plains was in town Friday. G. H. Wheeler returned from Missoula on Sunday last. Judge aud Mrs. Frank L. Gray in the city Tuesday. A. Peterson of Barker, Mont., was registered at the Gaylord Friday. Nails, base rate W.iiO, Tale Voss Ac Co. Mr. aud Mrs. E. L. Harwood, of ' Kalispel. were Tuesday visitors in the city. Attorney W. N. Noffsingor of the temporary county seat, was in town Friday. J. A. Watson, the popular ropresentatire of Noyes Brothers & Cutler, St. Paul, was in town Friday. Hollingsworth hay rakes. 20 teeth. $23, Tate Poss & Co. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Downer entertained a small party of friends Thursday evening at cards and with music. County Treasurer A. .1. King was in town Saturday, shaking hands with his friends, of whom he has a number in this locality. The populists announce a meeting at Whitefish hall for next Saturday evening to which the public is invited. Good sp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 July 1894

-r THAT BEAUTIFUL CITY. \ MILAN’SOBEATSHOW m”. Her inflrmlly linn been constantly IT IS IN EVERY WAY WORTHY OF B r "' rill K ‘luring the lost few years, but I ns her hearing ihoreiuect her power of j vision iurreHMs), ntxl she bus been wou- ih-rtnlly successful in (Hvlniiig wliat n A Cutio i)aiin C rrom ihe nftecniu centu- person Wiet saying to her by I ho movers- Is CmhI os One of the Most Important n-Ollt of tho lillS. It Is Said that when Duildlnas—Hasty-Iteview of Sumo of tho Mine. Carnot begun her reign sho found • Most Noumn Features. ^ tociol chaos nt tho capital. Uemocrncy According to all accounts, tho exposi-1 .•S-im.'if*' | lion now going on at Milan is one of i tlic most successful of tho year, judged [ both from tho quality of tho show itself 1 and tho attendance of visitors. Tho exposition grounds are to tho north of tho city, centering in tho historic old castle of the Hforza-Visconti, a structure that has had a prominent place in Milanese records ever since tho lifto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 July 1894

f'V'vl 11 III Kioil nirair all nroimil. Tim it is Itoticr V ^' J1 U 111 Uldll. | thao tho McKiul^y bill in tho r.-s^-ct I that it taxes tbe etuinnous iueottus ; BI T THEY SEEM TO UKK IT. Married men are always |»referroJ JOHN W. PACE TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. BY mail: Jl^aDallan per isnrtoan^ P. O A*lr~ see. (VnU. 110 c*n\*. , XUUb JL lUAT-'O VUU •WWlUA.o j I of the millionaires nbo l.avrf thrived ; as " orkl "° ! '- 11 r " mort ’ <,0 '' ilp; ’ tinder a high protection. Whether j ,hc,v l:n0 ' v wha ‘ 11 is l -> l>0 " vl - tho income tax clause nil I pass the Sculptor I should think you house is a problem for guess work, .would like a marble bust of your | j husband. * i Mrs. I Uhink not; the throe- ; Tmc CotPUBUS invites it-s i«\tr and friends to send items of nil kinds regarding improvements, ami reucee which are of interest oecnrto the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Columbian, Columbia Falls. Mont. The indications are that Flathead...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 July 1894

•Jmi?:? if HirtotU*' THE COLUMBIAN. FOURTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1894. NUMBER 80. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. OP' COLUMBIA FALLS. THE ACONY IS OVER, The limit Strike is a Tlilna: of the Past, Imt the Labor Lenders Ssv They ar.- Xot Uisronnured. Some ..f the Rvrut> of tin- sirnrsle n« tli.y A|i|.rnr After tlir NiniiVr of llnttle Iiar ClmmJ Aw«y. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : James A. Talbott, J. E. Gavlonl, B. Tibbey : L. C. Trout, Butto, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butto, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. _ Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Trans- acted. Wm. HEAD, C*nali ter. auuairjuu’jaauuauamtaa THE ! BEE HIVE ^ I STORE. j'j'A'ja'J WE SELL AT LOW PRIC ES HARDWARE, STONEWARE, CROCKERY, TINWARE, Wooden Ware, Glass Fruit Jars, ^ Kitchen Utensils, e Lamps, Etc. rnrrtrr. Call and Look Over Our Stock and Get Prices. J 1 NEXT TO ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 July 1894

. ’■ *'*'• • ■ — .-52S 'IS NEWS OF THE WEEK. Dremrankinif by Cora A. Lseuger. George E. Crump, Spokane, was in tonn Monday. A. L. Sherer of Kaliitpol, wax a Sunday visitor to this city. Henry Xoill and .John P. Ketchum, of Helena, wero in town Sunday. Fred. W. Downor retuniod Sunday from a business trip to Havre. C. F. Moorhead, traveling from Minneapolis, was in town Sunday. James A. Coram of Groat Falls was registered at the Gaylord Mon- «'»?■ Sam B. Stoy, of San Francisco, was among Tuesday's arrivals in town. Mrs. John T. Robbins of Holt and Mias O’Meara of Mill Creek wore in the city yesterday on a shopping tour. A dandy top buggy at $05.00 at Tate, Poss & Co. Jobn Wineland. well known iu this city, is now permanently stationed at Atlanta, sixty miles west of here, as night operatpt*-^ Mrs. Geo. Major, accompanied by her son Charley, arrived last evening from Helena ou a visit to her sister. Mrs. Jno. W. Pace. Dressmaking, cutting and fitting by Cora A. Laeuger. Jim...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 July 1894

■ I those who fell, 'f hero Were more vlctln-.s THK FITH V () F THF. STT\ T • imnll K I Klor Ilian the rich, for the JITj . U.l | p 00ri |„ the nature of things, were not so often provided with the buckler of CLOUDS | health and strengthfor defense and were UNTtMPERED BV COOUNQ AND BREEZES, IT IS TERRIBLE. A Trail of !'r„.lralh>n. Insanity and Death Is-ft In the Lmnlnary** Track on Kach Day of EveflMlvo Heat -Sultry Weather Has Also Its lluiDorona Side. It was inidnlght at Wanlilngton. 1 t’cloek at Boston, 11 o’clock at Chicago. Ill hundreds of morning newspaper office* thousands of editor*, reporters, copy readers, proofreaders and compositors sweltered and toiled and grumbled. Some of them swore. For it was a hot night from the Atlantia to the Pacifle. "Mr. Slashitt," said a certain night editor to the telegraph editor as the latter unrolled n huge bundle of telegrams written on thin "nmnifoid paper," "has ‘indications' coma in yet?" ILOSIt WITH IIKlK.ltlKFAND IIMl DK-t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 July 1894

The Colu n OWWBO *'II» ri nl.l*»l» «• »•» 'fhe Columbinn. ^ hold fro ii I’lilliTi,ill's o.)rj)'3'ntioii tho f*-pK*that liavo Imiil i( up. JOHN W. FACE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: Six Monftvs in Advniico. M.vi. Tl-.f» MuntW In ndrtnoc. :5 Conti. Sinxlo ooplM 10 rontl. \ (ilidll SHIHVIMi. Tlio II“iirPsnivon on |i;i}^* 1 te('anlif* tho shipment of I'lalhoad valley ; products from this point make a very good schools -whore you .was j know how high I hose e’omls aref" i the hanks for safekeeping, and this --Vo. child," answered her fnllior, | is trunsniliteil in:o _ - olfl. These phil with an indulgent smile. •‘Wei)'’j anthropic insfiiiitioiis are helping to: said Katie, legnrdirtg Ihem with a] |)i’e«<*rre the pant i Is'tweeu sitv.-r: crilieal eye. "I do. They’ro eirrus : and gold, clouds and they're about three miles I and a half high. Vo.i didn't hive THE LATEST 'TRIKE NEWS. WALKER’S PHARMACY" A Lanrf and S<*k«tctl Stock Thb Columbia!? invit and friends to se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 August 1894

HiKtoiical Society THE COLUMBIAN. FOURTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, \m. NUMBER 31. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. X ' FIERCE FLAMES. OV" COLUMBIA FALLS, Columbia Falls, Mout. DIRECTORS: A. J. DaivU, : JameH A. Tnllwlt, 3. E. Gaylonl, B. Tibbey L. C. Trout. Biitto, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte. Mt. HEAT AND WOE, Hut Whuls mill the ItumiiiL'Sun Hr" t'ilUHliie t'lilnlil Dism to lie' lyistoin 1'imnors. Jitl) 2(1 \V«» tlir HotleMt Hu. luim Kver K*-IN-rlruml-A Sail Sturj of Ia>«« t'uinr* rr«im Nnny Sin In*. ■s— f A dispatcli from Mamhnlltown, Iowa, last Thursday says: Tliis baa boon tbo worst day over known in Iowa. The unprecedented ! drought and heat baa reached a crisis that moans almost incalculable loss to farming districts. The temperature ran up to HW degrees in the shade in this city, mid a fierce, hot wind Salt Lake! | s "' , ‘P t ovcr 'I 10 holds from the south- west, scorching and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 August 1894

NEWS OF THE WEEK. Drowmakiug by Com A. Laougri Milo. F. Burgy, of Groat FalU. was registered Monday at the Gaylord. J. E. McCarthy, deputy revenue inapoctor at .feuniugs, was in town Friday- E. J. Clasen, St. Paul, and A. J. Jackson, Minneapolis, were visitors in the city last week Mrs. James A. Talbott has taken up her residence in the Talbolt house on Third Avenue west. Fife cents a pound paid for clean i a pou at The e Columbian- office. cotton rags Dr. F. H. Ellis, special examiner for the Equitable life insurance-coin pany, was in town a couple of days last week. ' The mercury in the thermometer has been cavorting around the top of the thermometer during the past week. From 90 to 96 was the noon hour beat. ■ Dressmaking, cutting and fltting by Cora A. Laeuger. C. L. Spades-brought in a hill of volunteer wheat that is a marvel in its line. It contains nearly a hundred largo heads of wheat, and the stems are four feet high. Joe Kobinsc u has a new way of making huckleberry jam. H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 August 1894

AN INLAND SEAPORT. DULUTH THE MUNICIPAL MARVEL OF THE LAKE SUPERIOR REGION. The Town Krmlcrnl Fumoaa In 1871 by Proctor Knotl'a Matchlcu Harcaam lima Jnat Lmid the Cornrratone of m •330,000 Bomrtl of Trinlc Ilalhllnff. Two hundred and live years ago a French naval officer named Jean dn Lnth visitcel the region bordering upon the western end of Lake Superior. Ho ■ was greatly impressed with its natural beauties, and ho wroto enthusiastically concerning them in his letters describing his travels in the wilds of tho now world. * Du Loth's enthusiasm was richly merited, fey this world affords fow more beautiful loud and water scapes than those- of the Lake Superior region. Ho was almost ns greatly struck by it* resources as by its comeliness, and in this he was also ju.stilled, but it took mankind a long time to utilize them. In 18(10 there were bat 71 white inhabitants at tho spot where Du Loth pitched his chief camp and which received tho namo of its chief white visitor, and there wer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 August 1894

c Columbian. U.VSfltD VXD rcnLUURD BY TERMS or SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: Tlim* Dolbira i*ot jcnr to anr P. O. Adilrcw. •nir«> ill aiKwioo, is Onu. The GotcvoiAS inritos it* 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 Tetters to The Colvmbias, Columbia Falls, Mont. CXTKKKD AT COLUMBIA FALLA fOSTOmCB ■BCOXD CLAM MAIL MATTKR.. AI.L ADVERTISIW HILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1804. War is a tough amusement, but as it must come we cannot imagine belter location for it than between China and Japan. Did .Governor Rickards ask for federal troops in Butte! Or is the centralizing of soldiers .there another one of^Tbo rights of the president I stated in the constitution and laws the United States.’ President Debs, Vico-Prceidont Howard, Secretary Keliberaud Editor Rogers of the A. R. U. have issued an appeal to the American people to aid the cause of humani...

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