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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 December 1891

AS ENGLISH LORD. He Walta Cpon the Table of an Aristocratic New York Family with Hnch Grace. His Duties Brought to a Sudden End by the Death of His Uncle, Lord Grimsmead. It was Mrs. Madison’s opinion that the servant question would be the death of her. The “question" with her meant, generally, how long will the newly acquired domestic remain on the field of his or her present usefulness—or uselessness» Mrs. Madi son sat in her charming sitting-room over a wood fire, with a hot-water kettle hissing genially among its companion tea things, which had been brought in for the last time by the present incumbent Opposite to her was hor sister, Sylvia Arden. Sho had just come in from walking, and her long sealskin garment was thrown open as she sat toasting hor cold feet and drawing off her gloves. Sho vyas one of the prettiest girls in New York, which mentis that she was very lovely indeed. In a moment or two the master of the house entered. He took the cup of tea which his wife had poure...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 10 December 1891

. I informashowingissimp- in The Xorlheru Pacific Until Saturday last tlio Northern the coal mines have had fairly good weather. They are now only eight miles from the city and have all the For cigars and liquors of all kinds, ; wholesale and retail, go to Murphy *. & Co. ‘ George Buchanan has purchased the • interest of Mr. Lomnco in the blacksmith shop, and will hereafter conduct the businees alone. Porter Bros, on Tuesday moved part of their camp outfit westward. They have several small bridges between this city and Smith'Valley. Land and mining law a specialty. Lanofobu & Bloor. L. A. Farmer returned Sunday, bringing the news that Jurden, the murderer of Bums, at Demersville, had been found guilty of manslaughter. Mr. Fanner was a witness in the A large stock of neckties, all shades, styles and prices at the New York •Cash Barar. The men injured at the North Fork bridge, are all getting along nicely , dispite the fact that the Demersville and Kalispoll pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 December 1891

THE COLUMBIAN Bucbes Mode Flathead Vallet Homes Than Amt Otheb Papeb. Adtebtwbbs Use It. ,V' THE COLUMBIAN. FIRST YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1891. b^ajstk: -COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Palls, Mont. DIRECTORS: CHRISTMAS WEEK. Ronml of Gaieties for the Holiday Season in which Big- and Little May Participate. Three Nights of the Fair, a Christmas Trecaud Two Dancing,Parties, All Within SU Days. A. J. Davis, : Jamas A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibbey A; L. C. Trent, S. T. Hauser, : Butte, Mt. Butto, Mt. Butto, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Helena, Mt. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A Gonoral Banking Business Trans- acted. Wm. READ, Owhior. Large Assortment, . :-:-Latest Designs,:-: ■ xLowest Prices! BsiRora Sets ii Elite Variety, Ceiter Talles, Easy ail RacHif Clairs, Bel Sjriais, Mattresses aal Piliows.' F. W. DOWNER. Downer Building, Nucleus Are. Columbia Falls. : Montana. D. F. SMITH. B. L. OLIVER. SMITH & OLIVER,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 December 1891

> CLAM MAIZ. MATTXJI. THURSDAY, DEC. 17. 1»91. WORTH READING. An Offer You Cannot 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 Coujxbian can offer rare inducements to reading people for the next few months. To every person sending $2.50 ^ve will send to their address The Colombian from receipt of order till January h 1893. For $3.25 we will mail The Colombian and Si. Louis Weekly GlobeDemocrat from receipt of order till January 1,1893. For $3.25 wo will send to any address The Columbian and the Chicago Weekly Times until January 1, 1893. For $1 wo will send you The Columbian and tho Helena Weekly Independent from receipt of order until January 1,1893. Look Here! Don’t Too wont, to •one! one or raoro eoplta o! the Houdat Colcmbias to your friends in other etatee? If to ron ehonld low no time in eendinc the nemo and addrau to thi. office. The Holiday Colombian ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 December 1891

Dainty Blw of Fancy Work Which May be Made for the Coming Holiday Season. If You Haven’t the Materials Mentioned Let Tour Insrennlty Devise Something- Else Instead. The most economical remembrance, perhaps, for some maiden fair to see at Christmas is a chamois skin with which to dab the last hurried flush of powder on her face and wipe it away again, as every woman does. Place a medium-sired tea-plate upon a skin and draw a line around the plate upon the skin with a pencil. Next cut the circle .out. Finish the edge by scallops, pinking, or needle-work, and \vitli pen and indelible ink letter the chamois “MJsliko me not for my complexion." A small, round powder bag, the size of a butterdish, made of bat-ting-cloth, with a narrow lace edge and filled with starch powder, may go with the chamois. Rows of pink ribbon may be fastened to Iwth powder bag and chamois to hang them up by. Pretty table mats, to put hot dishes on, may be made of chamois skin, fas : tened to a stiff foundation of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 December 1891

Of Holt, was in tho Bros.’ notrack lay- tko Platof hero, , and tho track end of tho r track was laid 150 feet by across the bridge on push cars. Wednesday morning two engines i several flat cars between thorn, I to cross the bridge, tho roar engine acting as a “pusher.” It is the intention of tho company to lay track to Smith valloy where they will make winter quarters. Three carloads of freight arrived Wednesday over tho Great Northern for Columbia Falls. One car for Bamadoll Bros., containing oysters and pork; one car load of whiskey for Murphy & Co., and one car load of oil for B. W. Main at Co. The track will roach Columbia Falls Sunday. All Invited. All residents of the valley are hereby invited to attend the Odd Fellows’ ball to be given on December 24, at Hotel Gaylord. Four, hundred invitations wore insufficient to reach everyone. By order Invitation Committee. Impossible to Convict. J. K. Miller returned from Demersville on Tuesday where he represented tie defen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 December 1891

STTPFX.Tmvr-FiT^T 1 TO THE COLUMBIAN. AIINUAL STHTE MESSAGE. Sent to Congress Deo. 9, by the President of the United States. Comprehensive Review of Most Important Affairs of the Past Year. Foreign Relation., the Tariff, nllror, Election. and Other Sta'a QaMtlone Dlecaesed at Eansth. WmrtisQTOs, Uee. 0.—The tmunal *a«e of Piealdeat HarrUon. read before tbe eeaate and hotwo at representative! to-day. Ii'aa followed .To the Senate and Hotwe of I'.epreeeaUUne: The reports of the heade of the several executive departments required by law to be salimitted to me. which are herewith tranamittod, and the reporte of the secretary of the treasury and attorney general, made direct to conRresv, fnmieh a comprehensive review of the administrative work of the last fiscal year relation to Internal affairs. It would be of great advantage if these reports ooold have an attentive perusal by erorj member of congress and by all who take an intoreat in nubile affairs. Such a perusal could not fall to;,-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 17 December 1891

enUrin* the Colambi*. whonco pnasago Staton at obaoaio point* Ion boandary ia ee*y. A nombor of ChlDM* laborthe past year, entered tbo ... from Canada and Mexico, of the treaanry department and rratloo. bol ;»b* Impowlbllily of nonrdinR our extended frontier Tba dominion iroTarnaanl aollaataa head lax of |V from rrtry Cblna- tUa qnaotlon and bae* not man entering Canada, and thru dernee taochaa to jostify mo in pro- ooneiderable reronne from thoao who on •rnational oonfe enor. 1 bar* an* IU port* to reach a poaition of adran BBO to ernde onr exoloaion lat»». Thera BMmo to be Biuiafaotory evidence thnt tbo boat near of paeaioa Chinamen throogh t*. however, I am an re. a oroelog aentlmant in Enrap* in favor of tba larger am of aU. far. and I know of no more effectual way of promoting thm aantlmoot than br aoeamnlating gold he-a. A aearait* of gold In tba European roaareaa wiU ba the moat pa'aaaetve argument for tba aaa of atlrer. Tba export* of gold to Koropa, which began In Febrnary ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 December 1891

/ THE COLUMBIAN Reaches More Flathe.id Valley Homes Than Ant Othee Papeb. Advebtisebs Use It. y. THE COLUMBIAN. FIRST YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1891. 13AINIv os- : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, Jamea A. Talbott, J. E. Oaylonl, B. Tibbey j, L. C. Treat, : S. T. Hauser, : But to. Mt. Butto, Mt. Butte, Mb Butte. Mt. Salt Lake. Helena, Mt. A NEW SECRETARY. Stephen II. Elkins Takes Proctor's Place In Pr£*|ilent Harrison's Cabinet. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Trans- acted. Win. It 1C AD, Cnahior. Large Assortment, :->Latest Designs,:-: :-:Lowest Prices! Bet Ena Sets iiHta Variety, Ceeter Talles, Easy aM Rctliei Clairs, Bel Sms, Meiirew at! Pio*s. F. w. DOWNER. Downer Btiilding, Nuclous Are. Columbia Balls, : Montann. v. r. shith. B. L. OLIVER. SMITH & OLIVER, REAL and Insurance Agents. Columbia Falls, Mont. NORTHERN ABSTRACT Cfl. Or DEMEasVI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 December 1891

OF A TRIP. Lands Will Be To Settlement Early In 1802. Open Look Here! Don’t roa want to tend one or morn copioe of the Hoi.idat COLCTCmAX to roar friend* in other *tato*T If tajoa .honld low no time in eon dim the name and eddrea* to tlii* office. The HoUDAT ColciAux will be mailed from title offloe. poet paid, to any addrcea in the United SutM at TEN CENTS per copy. Stephen B. Elkins has boon pointed secretary of war. The Mimtulian U again in the daily field. It look® like it had como to stay. ' The Glasgow Ilrrald will move to Kaliapoll, but trade “Glasgow” for; “Kalispell” in its head linos. The mail service under the new or.der is not satisfactory. People of the Flathead valley deserve a daily mail, and should insist upon having it County Affairs ns They are Talked of- at the County’s Scat. Helena is a good town. It is more than that—it is a bustling metropolitan city with western money, push and enterprise behind it. Six months’ absence from Helena rather increases one’s admira...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 December 1891

STEADY. A Pretty Christmas Story of the Devotion of Two Young People to Each Other. Hag. the Poor Little Steady. Left to Mourn the Loss of Her Hc- \ roic Boy Lover. His unshod feet made but a gentle pitter-patter os ho walked across the room, and I thought it the gentle tread of the office cat until a shrill voice exclaimed: “Say, bo you the gent as geta up the base-ball stuff 1” “I am the same gent,” I replied, looking down curiously at the dirty, ragged, and artistically freckled youth at my side. “What can I do for youT” “I want yor tor say in yer shoot tor merer that Kidney Killen’s Kids did up Whiskey Dillon's Dandies on ther meodors yesterday, ten ter seven.” “AH right.” “Say, got through wfd dat buttl” I handed him the cigar stump, and with a noil expressive of thanks, he walked toward the door, paused, and turning toward mo'again, said: “Do you happen to hev a coup, for the People’s about yer clothes 1” I did not happen to have oue. “Tough,” ho remarked; “I'U hev ter brace a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 24 December 1891

HEBE. THE LIST. and the Locomotive Daily Places Ilnvlntr Stations on the Great iLPMiiuN, Leave i-oiBco and tlio pa- . _it’s place for first- ond cigars. Two cars of bridge iron for the big i bridge across the river at this city, now nearly completed, have arrived at Egan, and will be on the ground in a day or two. A large amortment of Toy* at Goldberg's. The coniest cases inaugurated against Fumk Langford and A. J. Davis over placer, grounds in the North Fork by H. G. Swauoy, wore dismissed at Missoula owing to the failure of Swiwoy to appear. A ton of ouilts for sale at the New York Cash Lazar—pretty ones too. The first shipment of live stock over thp.Great Northern from this city was made December 19, byThomas Carroll of Bad Hoc); cynyou who shipped two i>ot deer consigned to Peter Seims, St. Paul, Miun. Dolls! Dolls! Dolls! At Fullerton's drug otorc. / Judge Douglas left Saturday for Missoula, after a six weeks’ visit. The; judge is regarded as one of the shrewdest inv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 31 December 1891

THE COLUMBIAN FUTIOiD Vallst Homes Than Ani Otheb Pateb. Adtebtisebs Use It. THE COLUMBIAN. FIRS T YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1891. : SI B^lJSTK IN BOTH WORLDS. X PWi pm London Ejiv«Io»eU Jn u Poff Utterly Impenetrable and Black as Night. ^DMBIA FALLS. PjBjalamkia Falla, MoirE DIRECTORS: .yWd,'t J. B. Gaylotd, * V. j.a ,, L.^Trent, S. T. Hauser, —utte, — SaltLake. Helena, Mt. Elehango Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. ' f A^Qpnoral Banking Business Trans- kvii Wm. llEAD. CnBhior. Large Assortment,:- " ;:-:-La^tDMigq^:-: ■i-AtWre ’ AtSweel' Prices I j • BedSoofflSflts in Enfllea Variety, Cents Tallies, Easy anfl Rocting Chairs, Bed Spring Mattresses and Pillows. F. -W. DOWNER. Downor Building, Nucleus Are. Columbia Falls, : Montana. Great Suffering in Bussla—The Czar StarU 150 More t« Cheerless S^eBa'-. settled down over Ujo city on Tues- evoiyBusi- down over the city day last —~ interrupts and the money loss is serious, as people w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 31 December 1891

adjusted. Such are duo to tho efforts of corto make tho public bolter, they earn their salaries. =5== in which ‘Christmas in Columbia Falls as tho liveliest and most progressive 9-months-old city in the country. The spirit of progress is ! of and occurto tho Address all i Columbian, > Falls, Mont. AT CCLmiA FALLS FOsrjmCB AS BILLS PAYABLE THE P OP EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, DEC. 31, MM. WORTH 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 the coming year. The publisher of The Colombian can offer rare inducements to reading people for the next few months. To every person sending $2.60 we will send to their address The Columbia* from receipt of order till Januaiy 1,1893. For $3125 we will mail The Columbian and St. Louis Weekly GlobeDemocrat from receipt of order till January 1,1893. For $3^5 we will send to any address The Colombian and tho Chicago Weekly Times until Ja...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 31 December 1891

...j-. THrmraor She turned her body in the bod so that she might see the old man at the piano. , Ho sat with bis back to tho keyboard, his greasy coat in queer harmony with the stainwood. Ho looked steadfastly at a spot in tho carpet,^where a ray of sunshine had centered itself. It was a gay pattern, this carpet, but where the light yellowed it the dust had gathered quite thickly. ' “Play me something, Jim,” said the woman. . The stool creaked discordantly beneath his weight as he wheeled! ho pushed it back so that he might have more room, and the exertion brought a grunt from him. He struck one key with his forefinger; the sound was like the boom of a cannon. Helen closed her eyes and waited, listening. Outside a murmur that had been distant, grew nearer and nearer, swelling into a babel of voices; high above all came the shriek of a drunken woman; then the sharp crack of wood beating upon stone— a policeman signalling for assistance —then the noise died away, and the street and ho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 31 December 1891

St n-^ii nbvote call at tat tlii roeidanoe o! He weighed ton has good lungs. has the plans for to be efectod on addition early in the comA large assortment o! Toys at Goldberg’s. The balance frofn the tree fund was expended in the purchase of food and clothing for a most deservlng'famiiy, that of Mrs. Flem- ' Go to Ed Bryant’s place for first class beverages and cigars. The Odd FcjUowa have reason to feel proud over the success of the opening ball. It-was an affair creditable to ali concerned. In fact, it was an honor to bo present. George' T. M*rfin has opened' a first-olSs jawab*-store at Demersville. Repairing'•promptly attended to. _ - r „ The Great Nortliern Railway comI an order for 100,000 feet ; jsiU*. the Groat, Ni ipmpanv of Coin Ifei Ranchmen desiring money to make pre-emption proofs or to commute on nomosteads should see J. K. Miller. Talking about sleighing! The snow is just the right^depth and the roads are in splendid condition. The stages are on junnore, and sleighin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 January 1892

c T»*r Columbian Rcachcs } Mom Homes in the Flathead Valley than All Oth- | en Papers Combined. Sub. : scrirtion Lists Open to ! Advertisers. n n n n ^ 4 THE COLUMBIAN. Couippco FOR First-Class Printino or Every Kind. It Leads, send in Voua Orot"»- • Second year. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1892.-EIGHT PAGES. 'TIS TRDLY GREAT. Obgcrvatloru In the Flathead Valley and Vicinity by a Montana Fioneer. The Coinlntr Conntry is Described, Its Kesonrees and Klements of Prosperity. 1 Botwoou tho 49th pomlle! on tho hortli 'and 46th on tho south, Duluth ou the cast and tho Puget Sound on ^the Treat is contained tho country of the future, not to bo. outdone by any thing, by any aoatiqn in this or any known country nn ,11m. globe. , The oostem portion, jrieij in- copper, coal J and lumber, with agricultural land producing far more than tho local demand consumes, is too well known to ' need any description farther than tho design of this article—to attract at- tention to tho com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 January 1892

KSSVfiS and occurIntcnwt to thn Addross all Tn» CoLmraiA*. Columbia Falls, Mont. AT OOt-CMKA TXVLt IWTomCS AS ■ccnro cxam hail mattes. IVERTLSINO BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OP EACH MOXTH. THURSDAY, JA.\. 7, 1^2. NOTICE. Five thousand copies of Tue Coluxbiah were printed this week. Those desiring extra copies, who have not •'''dors, may obtain thorn at this office at ton cents each. Call early. THIS EDITION. The solo purpose of this issue Tue Columbus is to present the rosovreos of the Flathead ralley, and to speak of them in such a manner as will giro to people unacquainted with the region an accurate idea of the basis of its future prosperity. To pay full tribute to the marvelous resources of this region is not among .the possibilities at this time. In ■.every lull and valley there lies some Jiidden material from which wealth vwill bo developed in the future; in every one of tho fertile acres of this great valley there is a source of profit to the tiller of the soil; on every foothill g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 January 1892

COLUMBIA FALLS. Geographical Position and Country That Sur■agafi h. The Wealth of a New Empire Centers at the City—Besoures and Advantages. Columbia Fallas’ geographical poet tlon can beet be described in the statement that it Is midway between the line of the Flathead reservation and the Canadian line, north and south, and betwen the Marlas pass and the Kootenai river, east and west. To be more accurate, It Is thirty miles from the head of the Flathead lake, at the point where the river is divided into the North, Middle and South Forks. It is two miles from Bad Rock canyon The natural surroundings of Columbia Falls give it the appearance of a city built in a beautiful park, and a prettier spot is not to be found in Montana. Nature has been lavish, indeed, and has studded this region with gems not only beautiful to the eye, but which will form a portion of the material development of the city and adjacent country. ALMOST INN CM ERA B I. K HKKOURCKS. On three aides of Columbia Falls ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 January 1892

uns un- mauy • true. It the people of Mon- ation of . of the FlatI valley; all Montanians had heard of the Flathead valley, but few had any accurate idea of its extent or agrlculf Booth, as is case under ximiUrcircum idea that some rivals had retained fee -to write him this frame of mind he with the late John who was a friend, to have explanations, .McCullough, the. judicious adviser, !>eut on peaceful The interview began with clouds and grim monotones, the cheerful, sunny spirit of McCullough break ingont toward happy elucidations, and of the finest it ended with the best understanding. X explained to the angry, handsome young man (what a revelation of manly beauty, and now 1 never think of him i NORTH FORK COAL. The Great Deposits of the Finest Coal Found on the Pacino Slope. The Only Smelting Coal In the Region —The Location, Quality and Quantity. Jn 1800, when it was announced that the most extensive coal measures of the 1‘acifi.c coast had been discovered in the Nort...

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