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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 March 1895

THE COLUMBIAN. v FIFTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1895. NUMBER 10. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON'~TKp PACIFIC SLOPE. COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Palls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : : Butte, Mt. Janies A. Talbott, : Butto, Mt. 0. E. Gaylord, : • Butte, Mt. B. Tibbey : : ‘ Butte. Mt. L. C. Trout. : : Salt Lake. Exobange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States an J Europe. A General Banking Business Transact e<l. Win. UK AD. Ciuililer. .-iaaaaautitiaaL(yaaa'jaaa-jauaai; I THE g Q g y im HIYEi I STORE. I UJ'J'Jil'J WE SELL AT LOW PRICES HARDWARE, STONEWARE. CROCKERY, TINWARE, Wooden Ware, Glass Fruit Jars, Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. mnrj’.r. Call and Look Over Our Stook and Get Prices. uusrjua a I g a a a -a B 3 a a B a a 3 | a a 3 B a a a a 3 3 a .a a a 3 I 3 a o a ........ ........ a UUIVU VLIVV,) q NEXT TO P. O, j: g Columbia Falls. Montana, b nnnnerwi.'r.rrtniscnannnrnnnnRBS PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Doc...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 March 1895

V* TIME TABLE. (Joiiiaoa*t....iMveColaaabinFalla—7 A) a. m. Ooiotf tro*t iMiToColnmbin Falla... .0:13 p. m. c1«n» :U minute* before Train Time. SOCIETIES. ~\~O. V. W.-FALLS C’lTV LODGE NO. «1. ix. Uiwu Tliur.»lny Evcnlna. in hall nror the PoMotteo. Vi»ltfnc brothor* oor.linlly invitml. J. W. Wai.kkii, Rccordar. J. 'V. Pack. SI. \V. T O. O. K.—COLUMBIA LODGE NO. hi. JL. Mp.'U liver} Tuv-ilay Evening' at 1. O. O. F. IlfUI. Yhitinff mom ben. inTllod to nttond. J. M. LmviM. Soc. N. Wn-hocoiinr. N. (1. Tr NIGHTS OF LABOR ASSEMBLY NO. lOl. ort'l” Vf BTHOD18T EPISCOPAL CHURCH aAI tIc^ Krerr Sunday at lOutu n. m. n. in. Sunday School at 12. Via!tor* invited. R. WRENCH. /CATHOLIC CHURCH SERVICES AT ST. V' Chnrli-* Church on FI rat and Third SunUnyii of oadi month, at 9 nan. nnd 11 n.ra. Rev. II. J. van de Vex. T^PWORTH LE.\OUES SENIOR LF-AC.CK I j mccftE Sunday a: rt i«. in. Junior Lcaiino meets Sunday at 3 p.m. All Invited. COUNTY OFFICIALS. (\>unty (’lork nnd Recorder. M. TnBKKi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 March 1895

NOT LIKED IN MAINE. THIS WINTER TOO COLO TO SUIT PINE TREE STATE PEOPLE. Cold Weather* at ftho Month Spoil* the Market For Kenuebeo loe—The llarrcftt of Fro sen Water I« No«v Hooiiiliis In Many States. This is uot tho sort of winter Hint is • liked in Maine. It is altogether too cold, not in Mnlno perhaps, hut elsewhere. The people of the Fluo Tree State, liko tho Canadians, look for cold weaflior every winter, oro ahv.ijw prepared for it and onro not a jot how, low the mercury may burrow in its bulWin Maine. But when tho quicksilver be--gins to hide farther south there is eor- TIIE ICB I’LOW. row along the Penobscot and weeping ; those that dwell on tho banks of It not surprising that this is so. since ico is ouo of Maine's chief staples, and a Severn winter means small outside, demand for frozen blocks from Bangor and Augusta, whilo a mild season is tho forerunner of a big ico market and a perfect stream of shekels into tho coffers of those who supply it. In 1887-8, for instance, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 7 March 1895

he Columbian. OWJtltD AMD PL'BLlAmUi HI JOHN W. FAOE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: Three Dollnre per yenr to au> l‘. O, A.l.ln • 10 C#I.| \r»r. —-U , 72 (Vnt*'. P aud friends to send items of nil kinds regarding improvements, nnd occurrences which are of interest to t people of the Flathead. Address n totters to Tue Colcmiuan, Columbia Fulls, Mont. ■XTKMID at coi.nim.1 PAI.I.1 rosTomci: SECOND CLAES MAIL M.ITIEU. ALL ADVERTISING HILLS r.W.inLK Tin: 1ST OF EACH MONTH. ' THUKSDAY, FEB. 28. 18&5. The legislature has lost its Knip. . The sigus all point to a prosperous '95 for Flathead valley. Last week the United .States senate had a full quota of senators for the first time in several years. The silver men iu congress hove played it pretty low down on Reed, Hill and the other presidential possibilities by putting them on record. Those straddlers were pulled qtt the fence and landed on the goldbugside. The wives of goidbug senators in Washington pay S700 to SI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 March 1895

THE COLUMBIAN. FIFTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 14, 1895. U1 NUMBER 41. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY OFpt'HE PACIFIC SLOPE: COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Palls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. .). Davis, : James A. Talbott, •7. E. Gaylord, B. Tibbey : L. C. Trout, Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States ani Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Wm. RfCA-D, CuhIiImc. axnxJuu'Juuitu-M'ja'Juuaaauaui: I • THJH K ■T I -T n 5 7 I BEE HIVE j STORE. JJ'J’JUJ WE SELL AT LOW PRICE# | HARDWARE. STONEWARE. S CROCKERY. TINWARE, a Wooden Ware, ^ Glass Fruit Jars, | Kitchen Utensils, c; Lamps, Etc. | rnrr.nr. Call and Look Over Our Stock and Get Prices. ittiama '5 n NEXT TO P. O, . S Columbia Palls. Montana. onnr.crrrnr.rrrrrrjrrrr.rirrrrt PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Doctor Arthur Morrow, offices: CLINGAN BLOCK. .1 Residence:vKENNEnr Addition. COLUMBIA FALLS. - MONJ. D. F. SMITH, xAtt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 March 1895

TIME TABLE. doing out.... Iostc Colmnbin Fulls.... 7 JU o. in. Oolnc west... louro Columbia Falls... .8:13 p. m. Hf-Malls closo 30 mlautos before Train Time. SOCIETIES. q pCTTY LODOE NO. ■ MeetsTliunnlay Eveninir,in linli overl VLsltinjr brotiiers cordially Invit Bocorder. .1. W., Pack. M. W. Meets Pcetofflco. 3 J. W. Walks T O. O. F.—COLOMBIA LODOE NO. As Meet* Every Tuesday Even ins' at I. O. O. F. Hall. _ Yisitlnir members invited to attend. kwis.-Soc. N. WlLLOLOlinV. N. O o. lumbormuu, l/-NIGHTS OF LABOR ASSEMBLY NO. Ml. IV Meets Every Oilier Saturday Evenkur. Vlsltlmr Members of the Order alp Welcome. SERvicr* Every Sunday at Hi ill a. in. and I r’l Sunday Scliool at If. Visitors eOytlinlly 1 R. WRENCH tyjETHODIKT EPISCOPAL CH imitt • ■•I. rB(*H-8KR . m. Aiml Til Ion* r*»r«linll: IH. »*n*«.r. riATHOLlC C’HURCH—SERVICES .VT ST. V CharlM Churcli on First and Tliirti Sun•Iny* of coch month, at 9 n.m. and II a.m. R«v. H. J. vax de Vex. 1? PWORTII LEVOUES—SENIOR LEAGUE meet. Sunday ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 March 1895

THE MADDING CROWD niDGWAY LIBRARY IS FAR FROM 17 AND LITTLE VISITED. Uterary Tr«uurr> That Few Philadelphia People Ever See Heeaiue the Great Library I» Unfortunately Located—There Are Day* When the Inatltutlon HaaXo Vbltora Great libraries anil inusanniK dailicatetl to (bo public usn nroloo freqncntly so niifortuimtoly located or to hedged In by rules and regulations that the public is robbed of tho benefits tho founders intended to bestow. Tho Ridgway library, with its 100,000 rare books, is so far out of tho Philadelphia public's way that it has very fuw visitors. Tho Field Columbian museum in Chicago is handicapped in its uiiefnluess, owing to tho snmo unfortunate matter of location. and the great Astor and Lenox libraries in New York, owing to tho fact that they aro only open between U or 10 a. m. and 4 or & p. in., are inaccessible to tho great mass of people compelled to work during tho day. Tho Ridgway library was tho creation of Dr. James Rush, one of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 14 March 1895

he Columbian OVKKO AND rCBMAIIKIi »r JOHN W. PA.OE TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: to any P. O. Addrvaa. Sli Month*, in ndtanca, II JO. Thru* Monti.*, In at' SImIb eopio* 10 cor.' In ndfanco, 73 Cont*. 10 c ami friondri to simil itoms of all kinds riwarding iinprovenmnts, and oocurroneos which arc of interest to the people of I he Flathead. Address all (otters to Tub Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. KNTKKO AT COLUMBIA TALL* POVrOFTICE A* AKCOXD CLAM MAIL MATTER. U.l, ADVKRTISIXO 1JU.US PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THUKSDAY, MARCH 7. 18.%. England favors gold and silver at the present ratio of 2t> to 1 as it now stands;— ■ The gamblers seem unconcerned nbout.the law that makes their vocation illegal. The Fifty-third congress ended on Monday noon. Will the Fifty-fourth lie any belter? It was probably noticed that The Columbian alone gave the complete report of the board of appraisers. March came in like a Iamb, and let us hope that the legendary lion part of the proverb w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 March 1895

THE COLUMBIAN. ■v hif# FIFTH TEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARC II895. NUMBER 12. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. OF mUMBIA FALLS, Columbia Falls, Mout. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : Jamps A. Talbott, ■J. E. Gaylord, R. TiUboy : L. C. Trout, Butte, Mt. Butte, Jit. Butte, Jit. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drown on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Wii). KKA-D. Oujlilor. THE n'jui'JCTJ'JWJ'jLiJ'j'j'j’jLfj wjujuv l a a a a a a a S a 3 a a a 5 ? a 5 i a a a •3 a 3 S a 3 BEE STORE. iC L k »- c l» B S L L k k L k E L W L. | L L L L* k t L t rnrrrr, ;; a Call and Look Over Our | Stock and Get Prices. ; a t a uwjuj a 1 LCI IIS,, 2 NEXT TO P. O. Columbia Falls. Montana. £ - k ar.rr.rrr rrr.rrr. rnrrr.r rrr.r.rn l Li'J'JLibfJ T we SELL AT LOW PRICES jj HARDWARE, STONEWARE. 3 CROCKERY. I TINWARE, | Wooden Ware, ; Glass Fruit Jars, | Kitchen Utensils, q Lamps, Etc. rnrrr.r,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 March 1895

TIME TABLE. Gotoc cost leave Columbia Fall* — 7 £0 n. m. (loins west... IraroColumbia Fall® .. .6:li i»- in. clo*o 30 raioule® boforr Train Time. SOCIETIES. a o. u. w^FALLs crry lodde no. «. I'antotUc? 3. \V. VlxLniui Rocorcicr. J. W. Pai-5. U. W. Mrou Thunulnr Lrooinff. in Imil orpr tlm Vial!Mu; brotbom canlinliy inriipd. T O. O. F. rOI.l'MUM L01W1E NO. 13.I. MppI. Karrj* Tucwlny Kvi-niim nt I. O. O. K. Hull. Vialtinit number. Invitml In nttpnd. J. V. S.'c. N. \Vii.i.uiiiiibv. N. (I. L’-NKIHTS OF LABOR ASSEMBLY NO. 901. I\ Hrrt. Eve ry Otbrr Sntunlay Eronini.-. YUltlnjc Membpn* of IIk- Onlrr nrr \\ plcnnio. ’yjETHODIHT EPISi-Ol’AL rllUKl Il-SER-l‘k m. , 8und«TBehool* r t ";. l "?| l ."ln'™ rnnliaBy Inritod. R. WRENCH. Pnrtor. r'ATHOLIC CHVK('ll—SERVICES AT ST. V (TiatIm Church on FI rat nod Thlnl Sundan of each mouth, at 9 a.m. and II a.m. Rkv. H. J. wx nslKX. t'PWORTII LK-V0CES SEN10R LE.UIUE 1J in ret. Sunday at 0 ■>. m. Junior Lena no moo to Sunday at 3 lun. All inrll...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 March 1895

■RESIDENT JANITORS. THOSE WHO CARE FOR OFFICE BUILDINGS THE CREAM OF JANITORDOM. Pot Ho Illfli Socially a* Ha|>rrfntcmlen<*. but Still Men of Some Importance. Their Home* at the Tope of Great Structure* of Steel and Ktone. Thn resident jniiitor Ih c*>eutinlly n elty typu. Umler ouo titlo or nuotlior lio has existed overfineo tlio flrst inoik-ni eity whh built. In Paris, as tlio concierno, lio lias flourished lor centuries. Ho has been much more in evidence tliim ever lieforo In American cities since tho adoption of the steel truss by builders and the introduction of tho rapidly moving passenger elevator, because these two in- Tin: noor in tin: summei*. veutioushnvo inado possible tho erection of tho great offleo buildings that form today such n notable fenturo of these great settlements,' In many ways tho life of a resident janitor and his family is different from tho life of any other class of persons. Instead of dwelling in a house by themselves or...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 21 March 1895

The Columbian. OUTXBD AXD rODLMHED DI JOHN W. FA.OH1. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: Three Dollar* per rear to any P. O. Aililreaa. If Paid In Adrauce ALSO per lenr. Htx Montha, in ndTaiico,»JO. Three Montlia. In nil ranee, "1 (Vnt., Slo#lo copies 10 cent*. s_ jjfjperso “cilK The Colcmbian invites its patrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which arc of iijt< people of letters to rencos which are o! interest to the pie of the FlatheadA Address all The Cocvmbias, Columbia Falh), Mont. ■ XTCUD AT COl.CXm.V PALU rOeTOFFtSK A* SECOND CI.\»A MAIL U VTTKR. ALL ADVERT1SINO HILLS PAYABLE THK 1ST OK EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, MARCH 14. 18&5. Lot’s have a law to compel school book ngents to publish their legislative expense accounts. The trash about the wadding of Count do Castoroil is giving the public that tired fooling. The French laxative came high, but the Goulds could afford it. Rudyard Kipling is reported to hove haunted...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 March 1895

THE COLUMBIAN. FIFTH TEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1895. NUMBER 13. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. OK : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mout. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis. James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy : L.C: Trent, Butte, Mt. But to, Mt, Butto, Mt. Butte. Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of tho United States and Europe. . A General Banking Business Trans- acted. Win. KJBAD, Cueliler. ■j’uzyzj'jq-j'jyu-j'jyj’ju'j'jyj'JLrji: ■1 thl: BEE HIVE STORE. - uuauuii S'E SELL AT LOW PHICES HARDWARE. STONEWARE. S CROCKERY. TINWARE, | Wooden Ware, q Glass Fruit Jars, | Kitchen Utensils, q Lamps, Etc. 9 r.nr.r.rr, 5 Call and Look Over Our g Stock and Get Prices. -1 UJ'JUUJ NEXT TO P. O. Columbia Falls. Montana. r!nr,rrr;''r.rrr.r.r.rirrr.rr.nrrrrit PROFESSIONAL CARDS. Doctor Arthur Morrow, orncEs: CLPCGAN BLOCK. Residence: Kennedy Addition. COLUMBIA FALLS. - MONT. D. F. SMITH, Attorr\evj-at-L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 March 1895

T Dcatli of Miss Wrielit. On Tuesday afternoon at 2 o’clock Miss Lucy A. Wright passed peacefully away, after an illness of almost six months. At the deathbed were two brothers, their xyivos and her -.—i-T-- j—t.i,mother. Miss Wright was conscious Ht*l* Thurwla)’ l.rtimiiM, In htll orertlse | PoHoflk*'- Vinitimr brother cordially to tho last, and knotv the cud was at TIME TABLE. II Fnll-i.... < JO a. m. a Fall'—C:li p. ro. -Mall* do*o .TO RiluntM before Train Time. -FALLS CITY LODGE SO. 41. SOCIETIES. » O. U. W*—F iv. Mcrl' Tlin ToatoOkc. -. ... r. W. Walie*. Roconlrr. J. ". Pace. M. XX. T O. O. F.-COLUMIUA LODI IK NO. 13.I. Moot' Even Turedny Evonlns at 1. O. }). 1. Hall. Vi'ltlmi mombora inritorl to nltond. J. M. Lewis. Soc. N. XXlLLOuonnv. S. (i. J^NIOHTS^OF U«OBASSEMBl-Y n SO. 501. X'Uitliui Member' of tho Order are Welcome. - SER- .: xa) irdinlly daya of each month, at 0 o.m. anil 11 a.ra. Hev. 11. J. van de X EX. -rxPXVORTn LEAGUES-SENIOR LEAGUE JCi moot* Snntlay a:...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 March 1895

CUBA WOULD BE FREE her patriots again battling for THEIR INDEPENDENCE. ho marrloil Miss Harriot H. Robiiisou : many years nRO. lip was worth about 81,000.000, lint expensive habits ami the caroor'of a ‘'Iamb" in Wall street swept away his entire fortune. Ho was known j us ‘'Spendthrift'' Green, it is said, mill j | when lie failed 11 years ago there wits I They Arc Oppowcl by Great Odds ami S»m ij t t| 0 surprise nmoni: his friends, to Lead a forlorn Hope—Cnr.-er of Jo~- Like speculation, marriage proved a 1 Marti. President of tbo Caban Rornia- failure, and -Mr. ami Mrs. Green agreed ttonary Party. : to disagree and live apart. They have Eincu done so, but there seems to lie no The patriots of Cuba are ngimt-bnt^i bitterness between them. Mrs. Green tliug for the independence of the <|U00U ]V, a given her husband a substantial in- rf the Antilles. Jose Marti, president I ' of the Cuban revolutionary party, anti 1 General Gomez, the battle scarred veteran of the revolutio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 28 March 1895

Columbian. JOHN W. FA.OH3. SUBSCRIPTION. BY mail: to HOT P. 0. AddrcM. ►or i o , The Colcmbian tDYiUw it* patron* and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and oeonrreuces which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all fetters to The Comboiian, Columbia Falls, Mont. ISTKRXD AT COLUMBIA FALLA rOSTOFFICE AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTKB. ALL ADVERTISING HILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1895. A lie barks—the I ruth bites. The official who puts politics before principle is worth watching. Ho is doomed. Sweetgrass county let the contract for transcribing the records for $775. Flathead county paid $9,000. For regulating everything the Fourth legislature was the greatest preecription over mixed for Montana.' Senator Tillman of South Carolina has an eye on the populist nomination for president, and it is his only °yoChicago is in the throes 6f a municipal campaign, and whichever way it goes the gang seems likely to win. The fellow wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 April 1895

V THE COLUMBIAN. FIFTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1895. NUMBER 14. —* B COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. OI-’ : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Moat. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : James A. Talbott, •1. E. Gaylord, 15. Tibboy : L. C. Trent. * Butte, Mt. Butte. Mt. Butt A. Mt. Butte. Mt. Salt bake. ExeliaiiffO Drawn on Principal of the United Status an.l Eur< Cities urojK'. A General Banking Business Transacted. • 4<~•\V111. IMG AD. OlHlilor. azMBttmuan'jziu’jumKiuuuuaiiauv a n it t t 3 n n t S 3 a t t a -i a i t t t s a the: population; S100 in towns of between G.OOO and 10,000 population: $50 in places of between 1,500 and 6,000 and $22 in places of loss than l,500 i and provides that whore such companies are consolidated the license is to be paid for each department. Telephone companies, 75 cents a year for each instrument in use, and tolegruh companies $5 a quarter for each Mstrument...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 April 1895

TIME TABLE. .. .loamColumbia Falla....7 SO a. m. .. leave Columbia Falla.. .8:13 p. m. o*o :t» minute* before Train Time. SOCIETIES. A.V«tVthu™lh' , Ejcn! ALLS CITY LODOK NO. II. ay Kvenlnff, in iiali orer tho brothem eordiall/ inriUHi. • W. Pac k, W. W. t J P. O. P. —<X)LUMHILODOK NO. Aa-.l'vX.K J. M. Lkivu, See. . Tuvaday Evening at I. 0. O. F. membora lnvito.1 to attend. N. WlLLOCOHIIt. N. (1. IT"NIGHTS OF L.YBOIt ASSEMBLY NO. Wl. IV Meet* Ererj- Otlier Saturday Eveniae. Yiaitinu Membera of tho Order are Welcome. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHUOfll- SKHirl vice Erery Sunday at lOSU a. m. and 7 «) ii. m. Sunday Scbool at 12. Yiaitora cordially invitod. R. WRENCH. 1‘aator. /CATHOLIC (CHURCH—SERVICES AT ST. \J Cbarli« Clmrcli on Firat and Third Sundaya of each month, at 0 n.m. and 11 n.ra. Rev. H. J. van dk \ ex. 17PWORTH LEAGUES-SENIOR LEAGUE 1j meete Sunday a: 6 ii. m. Junior Loasno meeta Sunday at 3 |>.m. All invited. COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Clerk and Recorder. M. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 April 1895

SILVER AN IDEAL MONEY Iuk Hilvur ill lcriu« of' golil. ami goi u fair view of tlio luctalon its merits? On this point I lirtt present a bit of history. . . ' _ ^ . ,,, fu 1871 silver was as now a coanuodIt Is the Best Continuous Meas- 1 j ty> nl:(1 eo!( i was t i 10 c;ilue . tor botii ure of Values. I were denionetizod by tlio greenback. Near tlio closo o{ tlmt year a ton ounce 'silver bar (no flat, no buying it up by JUST TO DEBTOE AND OEEDITOE. 1 government credit) sold in New York j city far $13.10 in gold. Gold was at a Gold Shown to Bo Fonr Thar. n> subject ; lower premium than some years after, j so tlio bar of silver was wortli almost ! exactly $15 in greenbacks. This would j then buy in Now York city O^-husUgls j of wheat, 20 of oats, 15 of rye or 18 rfS corn, and likewise 80 pounds of cotton to Fluctuation—Wli»t Silver lias Xlono For Mexico—The Metal. Compared on Thrlr MerlU—Goldboe Drill.Inn.. Docs justice require that silver bo re monetized on the ol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 4 April 1895

The Columbian otrxiDANDri'aMiiiEo or JOHN W. F-AOHI. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: ThrM DelUn per venr to »nr F. 0. Addmi If raid In Adrauco $IM per Year. Sia Month., in adynne®, <1.M Thras Months, la ndruico, 75 Conti. Slnjlo copio. 10 conti. The Colombian invitos its natrons and frionds to send items of all kinds regarding improvomonts, and ocourroucos which arc of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all (otters to The Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. highly cultured and gold-plated oditora have a glorious chance to give the public some more explanations. The throe fads of the year are Napoleon, Trilby and violets. The charm of the last com|iensales in part for the mawkishnoss displayed by de- votees of the other two. ■XTZUD AT COMIUWA rALI.11 FOSTOmC* AH SECOND CLASH MAIL WATTEB. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1865. Li Hung Chang has signed the papers and the Chinamcu may stop running until some one comes along an...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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