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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 December 1895

THE COLUMBIAN. FIFTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1895. NUMBER 52. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. GREAT BRITAIN'S GhAB. Causes Which Raised the Venezuela Question. OF : COLD 11! B1 A.FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mout. DIRECTORS: BOU.NDARj: DISPUTE REVIEWED. Why W, Are Int,rr.UU In tho Euaronchme:iU of EnclmnU on the Territory of n Sooth American Repnblle-The Uooroo Doctrine and IU Preeent Application. Since tho Vonojoela qoutlun lion developed Into an Inlernatlunnl crkl, between tbl« coautry and Great Britain It In Interesting to take a batty glance at tho oauw of all tbo trouble and briefly ieview tho oondltloo. wMotr ha»o led up to It. • fttfnot n very targe froot of eoautry A. J. Davis, : James A. Talbott, •T. E. Gaylord, B. Tibbey : L. C. Trent, w If \fi ' bst KuRhind wonts but It It very valuButte' Mt * bIc ‘ Thcrcaru ml' 1 ™' there—pilil ml no. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Prin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 December 1895

TABLE. .12:10 p. m. SOCIETIES. S CITY LODGE NO. <1. tl*7 Eroaln*, in hall oror Uio LODGE NO. 43.- I «t I. O. O. F. Wo. IT NIGHTS OF LABOR ASSEMBLY NO. (01. Tp. g. ^nlTBchooUMl.JiM.og y^.,„ /CATHOLIC CHURCH-SERVICES AT 8T. VJZCh*T\m Church oo Flrit and Thlni Sun *laf* of e*ch moctB. *- v „. J. J. Kennedy, who ba« been buying hogs at Kalispell for a month says the number of hogs brought in is surprising, and shows that farmers are turning their attention more to that industry. On Tuesday nearly $1,000 worth of hogs were bought by him at 8 cents. Twice within a week the nowspa per mail has been carried past Columbia Falls and returned a day or more later. People who subscribe for daily papers do not want them a day or two old. There are only three sacks of mail on each train for this station, and it ought not to bo a great job to check them out without missing one. C. F. Harrigan and J. J. Quinlivan came down from the Montezuma mine, at the head of McDonald creek. A force of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 December 1895

THE NEW EL DORADO. THE STREETS OF CRIPPLE CREEK ARE PAVED WITH GOLD. itoriri of IMzzlInc Wealth That Corns From tho Colorado Xlulor Camp, and Firs tbs Hope, of Speealaton—Excltomeat In Dearer and Colorado Spriar<It looks as Ihongh we were going to be involted in a crazo foripccnlutiun in mining stocks such as recently transformed the stolid and conservative British public into o mob of excitable and credulous investors. Already we are warned to look out for another "Knfflr circus.” Tho glitter of gold which dazzled the eyea of tho English came from the faraway shores of Africa. Wo ate turning our gaze toward Pike's peak, back of Which lioi tho camp of Cripple Creek, about which such fabulous stories are being told. The stock baying fever is spreading rapidly. On the floor of the Denver Mining Exchange wild eyed brokers push and jostle and shoat them- dkxver aiaisu kxchanck ■elves hoarse in their efforts to buy shares for which cnstoiners in all parts of the Onion are clam...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 December 1895

The Colombian invites its patrons ami friends to send items of all lands regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all lottere to The Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. KXTBUD AT COLUMBIA FALLS FOSTOmCB AS 8ECOXD CLASS MAIL MATTU. ALL ADVEBTI81K0 BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OP EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, DEC. 19, 1855 Harry Hayward has gone to prepare a place for Durrani and Holmes- modest, quiet life, and represented what is good in polities and what is worthy in citizenship. Ho was a consistant democrat, strong in his convictions and open in his warfare. When the history of Thurman is written men may well wonder that Ohio should turn from a noble man like Thurman to cover with honors a man like John Sherman, who roprosents that part of American political connivance which raises classes in our citizenship and trades upon the birthright of manhood and freedom. Chicago is a great city. None of this winters blizzards got past there. It is f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 January 1896

5876 o?o THE COLUMBIAN. SIXTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2. 189(5. NUMBER 1. J I,. . ,, COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. COLUMBIA FALLS, Columbia Falls, Mont.' DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : •Tomes A. Talbott, •T. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy : L. C. Trout, But to, Mt. Butte, Mt, Butte, Mt. Butto, Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal of the United States au.i Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Win. KIC.VD, Cnahior. 3 aauaeia nsnniiBBBSBBBBKiBtnia c THE \m HIVE STORE. 'J’JIMU'J WK SELL AT LOW PIUCEH 5 K CROCKERY, TINWARE, Wooden Ware, Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. rrrrrr, ^ Call and Lpok Over Our Stock and Get Prices. sjyjlilt'j MAIN STREET. t J ■tf ^ Columbia Falls, Montana. | h nnnr.rn rnrrrr r, nnnnnttruiBBn c PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Attomevj-at-LaW, COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT LAND FU.1N08 AND FINAL FROOFS UADK. COLUMB \ TALLS. MONT. A. Y LINDSEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. NOTARY PUBLIC. OiBc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 January 1896

m. ..'.aMp. m. • Train Time- Sit DHBI.4 LODGE NO. U.- 'roBin**t L 0.0. K. rit#d to attond. WiLi.ouoiim, N. 0. o. SO!. "sSSSI-, IT NIGHTS OF LABOR ASSEMBLY NO. at th« oidw m wSKS5>'< »METHOD 1ST EPISCOPAL CHDRCH - SER- /CATHOLIC CHORCH-SERVI v^OChulM Church on Pint nml city* o( each mootli. at « a.m. and 11 Rev. H. J. ya> U'PVTORTH LEAGUES-SENIOR LEAGUE XV meet* Sunday n: S n. ra. Junior Lnannc mcoU Sunday Jit 3 p.m. All inritocL COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Clerk and Recorder. M. THCialtCLT. County Attorney, Sidxkt M. Loo an. Clerk of Dfatrit* Court. A no am W. Swancv. Countv Treaenrer. A. J. Kino. County Sheriff, H. H. IIaliuvin. Public AdininieWator, 11 run 8« Hcon Swaxkt. Coroner, J. M. Mrtlu. (PortolRce addraeaor above, Kalivpkl, Mont.) Connty Commiealonerx r— Fxxd. Cooke. Columbia Falla. Montana. Wll. G. PrrxrATaiCK, Columbia Kalla. Montana. E. L. Pusrox, Troy, Montano. \ Columbia Falls. Dec. 26. 1895. TOWN •AND COUNTY. C* Cheap money to loan on imp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 January 1896

By UNANIMOUS I'OTE Senators Pass tho Venezuelan Commission BUI Without Amendment Action Taken After a Day of Patriotic Speeches by Notable Men. President's Latest Financial Message Not Favorably Received. ■WASHEiOTO.v, Dec. .21.—Tho United States senate, by unanimous vote uud without tho formality of a roll call, has passed tho bill already adopted by the house of representatives, empowerintf tho president to appoint n commission to dotonuine tho Vouozucla-British Galana boundary. This action was tho culmination of a debate adding a memorable page to congressional history. It was a day of uoblo speeches by notable men. The subject of war between tho United States and Great Britain was tho prevailing theme which found expression in truly patriotic sentiments, in stirring appeals for preparation uud <£fense,'in graphic portrayals of tho horrors of war. and, at times, in deflant warnings to the people across tho water. At all times during tho four hours of discussion the gal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 January 1896

ibian OF SUBSCRIPTION, bv mail: lii adrancc, 50 CcnU. lerau. The Coluubian invites its natrons id friends to send items of all kinds reganlinK improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all fetters to Tue Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont, D AT COLUMBIA BALLS lOBTOmCB AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTES. ATX ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, DEC. 26, 1895 Texas has a score of bettor men than Mills, and ought to send one of them to the senate. Mills is a straddling, fawning demigogue. The republican congress is in an embarrassing position. The strings of legislation are in the hands of candidates. Blunders will bo easily made and impossible to ytify. If Mr. Cleveland will cut loose from foreign money sharks and issue bonds of small denominations the American people will take them and keep the treasury out of the hands of gold speculators. Four per cent interest on bonds paid to Americans will bo bettor for the country tha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 January 1896

THE COLUMBIAN. Fft 7 SIXTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 189G. NUMBER 2. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. . : OK COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibbey : L. C. Trent, Butte, Alt. Butte, Alt. Butte, Alt. Butte, Alt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities ol the United States nuj Europe. * A General Banking Business Trans- acted. Win. HEAD, Cnaliler. nasruaaaaaauuaaaBBHauiKrausc § I THE a im HIVE j STORE. UO'JUtCl 2 WE SELL AT LOW PRICES £ ■ U l: t. t L. I b L b u t B E w E C B E E I b a b B | CROCKERY. '• TINWARE, | | Wooden Ware, t | Kitchen Utensils, g 2 Lamps, Etc. i ■ij • r.nr.r.r.r, [- 3 Call and Look Over OuL b S Stock and Get Prices. | ^ uuuztua c ? KID i JLIUAIJU l/AlVMO’lj 3 MAIN STREET. !; | Columbia Palls. Montana. { SnnnuBiir.nnrj-.nwnnnnrEnnKgr t PR0FESS10NA4 CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Attorr\e\j-at-LiaW, COMMISSIONER U.S.CIR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 January 1896

■ W-V.iu TIME TABLE. > Train TIdio. SOCIETIES. S' Fontomne. Vtnitln* hrollwni cordinllr I - . 8. (Uikett. Km. Jew. Pnco-tLCe. NO. <1. ororthc cordinllr ln»ll<«l. Jew. PlKDALt'C..M. W. J. M. Lk«i>. 8m. N. Wle-ux-elHor, N. (i. If KMHTS OF L.VHOR ASSEMBLY NO. «u. IV Mevt!i Every Other Saturelny Erctiinc. Visitlner Member, of the Oreler nre Welcome. ^JETHODIST BP 1S<'OPAL CHrRCjlf^SKJL 7 t..^rnT t< Seinilnj , 8ehoeil «t _1S._%j«IJor. rortli.lly P. W. HAYNES, Putor /•1ATHOL1C ('HOROH—SKHVIPES AT ST. V eoCharlc* Church een Firat nnei Thirtl Sun* elny.of each ineHlth. at V n.m. anil II a.tlt. R«v. II. J. v.t\ Da \ ax. T?PWORTII LK-tGOES SENIOR LEU)I K 1 J meet. Sumlay nt fl ei. m. Junior Leaene meet. Sum lay at 3 p.m. All invlteeL COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Clerk anel Reeoriler. M. THEaai.u'LT. County Attoniey. SlDxav M. Loo ix. Clerk of DUtrict Court. Axniavv W. Swanky. County Treasurer, A. J. Knto. County Sopt. of School.. P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 January 1896

IN THE EVENT OF A WAR Specijlatioiis as to the Field of Conflict • • _ . _ ' THE FIRST FOIXT OF ATTACK. ImportADOO of llallfux to Grekt Britain. Relative SlreUKtll of the Two Boweni In Com of m Conflict on the Sea—Compart* •ou of tlio Two Naval force*—Vlow» ■ I Araiy and jfavy Ofllcer*. In tlio event of war with England wlmt woultl linppcnf It has hron slaual Hint the wor would bo carried on In Venezuelan torrltory. Such would lianlly ho tho caw. Thu most cllcotlvo counto for thu Cnltod Status would ho tho linmetllnte Invasion of Camida. Halifax, whore Great Urllaln's ohlff naval station In North Amurlca Is located, would bo the first point of attack. Then) la not much* doubt that tho two fort* which protect that Motion would strike their colors after a few hours' honibanlmoul by aomo of our Mg battleships. With Halifax tu our powi;r,. tho linntonaa naval KtnnM which It contains,sulznl mid appropriated to our own use, and tho 14 acres of dockyard closed to British ships a severe blo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 January 1896

ic Columbian. JOHN W. FA.OH3. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, ■v mail: i Adranco *1.M per Year, i. In adtnncn, JUD. , in ad ranee, Ml Cent*. *10 cent*. '' Tue Coldubun invites its pal: id items of all k: rous kinds reipitding improvements, and occurpeople of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. • a\Ti:«KD AT COLUMDIA FALL!* FOUTOFFICK AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTEn." VlX ADVKRHSINO HILLS PAYAHLK TUI! 1ST OF E.ICII MONTH. THURSDAY, JAN. 2, 1896. In the big Philadelphia street car strike union labor scored a peaceful and important victory. In case of war with the United States England will have to put Ireland under bonds to keep the peace. Wo print thus week an interesting comparison of the fighting strength of the two greatest nations of earth. It is readnye, war or no war. Among some other notable productions Spokane has a bicyclist who chopped several fractions from a world’s record. Spokane is all right. ' =========== Railroad companies should distribute F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 January 1896

THE COLUMBIAN. * SIXTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23. 1896. NUMBER 4. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THA'N ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. OU’ : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. HIGH GRADE FOLKS Mr. J'icrw Wnnls $70,000 fm- lliilf Lost ami Horn's Cracked in a Family Wreck. „ SKWS FliOM THIS HIIEAT STATE. l«u/k iiiW- D1RECTORS: A. J. Davis, : Jamas A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy : L. C. Trent, Butto, Sit. Butte. Sit. Butte, Sit. Butto, Sit. Salt Lnktf: Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities ol the United Statos an.! Europe. A General Bonking Business Transacted. Win. KEAD. Cnnlilm-. aaaaaaaaaaaa^aaaaaaaaaauac I THJE im HIVE' STORE. aaaaaa WE SELI. AT LOW PRICES 3 T 1 -a 3 n 3 3 3 3 3 n H CROCKERY. TINWARE. % Wooden Ware, k Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. ^ rncccn % Call and Look Over Our Stock and Get Prices. 1 x 1 n a 'JWJZiUZl MAIN STREET. 1 Columbia Falls, Montana. £ snr’Rrr.nrnr.r.cr.rnrr.rrr.nr.r.rrt PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 January 1896

TIME TABLE. mlqutwbofor^ T, )OIETIES. .9«)p. ID. p. m. Train Time. -A O.U. Vr.-PAI.L8 CITY LODGE NO. 41. J\ • U«HH Tiiurr.iay Erenintf. in irnll oxer tiro I'lMloUloe. VLllUur hrothom cordially Inyilcd. (’. 8. Gahiiett. Hoc. Jo*. Pikoalck. M. W. T O. 0. F.-OOUIMBIA LODGE NO. 43,--'1. Mcota Erory Tuindny Ereninc nl I. O. O. !•. Hall. VUitinn membonr inrited to attend. J. M. Lmcra, Sec. N. WitLoraKin. N. G. J^NHIHTS OF I^jlOK AMEMBLY^NO. Wl. Yliitins Memirenr of the Onler are Wflcome. AfKTHODIST EPISCOPAL I lirKCll SEItItl rice Erory other Sunday- at 11 a. in. and " p. m. Sunday School at 11. Y irltora cordially inrited. P. W. HAYNES. Parlor riATHOLIC CIU'Kl'H- SKItVICKS AT ST. V_L~riinr]er* Clinrcli on Firrt and Thinl Sundaya of each niontli, at 9 a.m. ami It n.m. Rev. 11. J. VAX nc \ EX. TNPWORTH LEAGUES SENIOR LEAGUE I'j meeta Sunday at 6 p. in. ’ Junior Ix-aKne mcoU Smulny at 3 p.m. All intlfd. county” officials. ^ Coaotj’ Clerk and Recorder. M. Thekriai lt. County Attorney. Sidae\...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 January 1896

WOULD BE A SENATOR POLITICAL AMBITION OF CHARLES J. BONAPARTE OF^BALTIMORE. A Grandnephew of the First Consul Is a Candidate For Senator Charles H. Gibson's Plaee—Romantic History of the Maryland Bonaparte*. Tlio Napoleonic rovival won Id indeed bo complete sliould n Bonaparte be wut to tlio United States senate. There is n prospect that this very thiUR -may happen, for Charles Joseph Bonaparte of . Baltimore, a grandnephew of (ho first consul, is an aspirant for the honor. Mr. Bonaparte is a wealthy lawyer and has been for several years prominent in Republican circles in his stato. His OUR MINISTER TO VENEZUELA. AllSn Thomas Was Con ml at Ln Guayra nncl :■ nn Accomptisbod lllplnmat. “The right man in the riglit place" is tho way Washington ofllciuls icfcr to A lion Thomas, our minister to Venezuela at this critical time. Minister Thomas has had considerable diplomatic Al.l.T.N THOM.V.S. political ambition and the possibilily j now occupies, but ho was appoiuted by that ho may figur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 January 1896

E8 PftCticed on the Greenhorn and Expert. THE VIEWS OF MINING MEN of Troll Creek Talks About Attain oi the l.nndln«.-.M inlug Notes, Mine salting Is as old almost as mining Itself. The devices adopted, and which In the past have worked successfully, are numerous, but for the most parb they arc well known to all mine Investors, and safeguards are now thrown around mine sampling which makes It more difficult to deceive an expert sent to examine a property. A common way is to Inject chloride of gold In the sacks containing samples, and this can be done In an Instant while the Back of the victim Is turned. Another .way Is to carry a common bulb under the arm with a tube attached running down the arm. to the end of which Is attached a quill loaded with line gold which can be blown Into the samples ovop when the victim Is looking on. Changing the samples Is another method which Ans many times been worked successfully. Mixing samples Is oftentimes employed. In placer mining the man who Is ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 January 1896

A CHANGE OF TACTICS England Will Act More Honorably W'th Venezue'a. SHE DESIRES A SETTLEMENT niitlsb Newspapers Are Delighted That the United States Shows a Friendly Spirit. London, Jan. 13.—An editorial In the Times this rooming suggests that a strong hint from the United States to President Crespo would be opportune to convince him of the grotesqueness of the Idea that America will support any demand Venezuela chooses to make. "England." says the Times, ."Is willing for any direct settlement, but Venezuela must take the Initiative. The obvious course Is for Venezuela to ask the United States to place her once more In communication with Great Britain. If President Cleveland acceded such a request It would go far to restore the feelings of amity that existed between England and the United States prior to his message. “We are gratlllcd at the spirit displayed by America In the face of Ger-many-s attitude, and It Is remarkably encouraging that Washington sought England's good offlees ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 January 1896

e Columbian. r«vED AVDrcauftzxsD at JOHN FAOH3. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: mii r M d .i? r~" ,t “ r ' cnw ' Th* Columbian invites it.s patrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, ami occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all Utters to The Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. CVTKKD AT COLWBIA FALLS rcvSTOFFICi: AS SECONO CLASS BAIL MATTE*. AM. ADVERTISING HILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. either sell your bonds to our pool at' public may be warned against them ! for the outlay of money ami for the . ■ . a a C ... ....A f tit. ll. . . . . . 1 . . m a, A . . .1 ! . ■ i a 1. 1 . . t . * . . . t , I f.aa* our price or you w ill not sell I hem at j A few siich follows besmirch the pro-' all! That, friends, is where the fession and do irroparablo damage to single, standard gold scheme of i the entire state field. The Montana finance bos placed tho United States. Press Association might with credit THURSDAY, JAN. 16. 1896. E...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 January 1896

I. FISHING I\ WINTER/. nolliii!gsnponiiituniliii.nlltbi8, nudho is so nccn loinpil to llio sotiuds that ho A THRIVING AND PICTURESQUE INDUSTf\^ ON THE GREAT LAKES. The Hardy Flthormau Chops a Hole In the Ice, Ilullds a Shanty Orcr It and Then Spears Trout ami Hooks Whltefl.h and Pike—Itanffer* ol the Sport. 1'ihliliiK Ihroagh tbo icc is n sport with which every uorthcru bred boy is familiar. On tho great lakes it is not pursued as a sport, but us a business. And a very dangerous business, too, it loinatiwes proves to be. About this time of year tho lake fishermen are out on tho ico by the thousands. Almost every big bay on tho shores of Michigan’s southern peninsula has its little settlement of fishermen who arc out there ready to endure all hardships and face all dangers in their pursuit of tho ico imprisoned wblteflsk, pike and trout. In tho summer time tho big companies, with their steam tugs and mile.-: of nets, flood tho market with lish, and the individual fisherman has no cha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 January 1896

. — .. i*‘> r “ i: ON SAVED HIM Another Man Guilty of the Crime for Which He Was to Die. INVITATIONS WERE SENT OUT 48 Hour* an Innocent Mon Would Bata Been Klectroonted-A Ran pita. Albany. N. T., Jan. 6.—The climax of one of the most dramatic and sensational criminal Incidents of the state's history was made public today, when. Just « hours prior to the execution of the death sentence upon Bartholomew Shea, another man confessed to the murder, and Shea steps from beneath the shadow of death thrown by the electric chair. The Invitations for the electric killing of Shea had been Issued, the state electrician was already on the ground at Dannemora prison, the governor had decided on Saturday not to Interfere In the carrying out of thejentence In the InstituUon, when a comrade of Shea's In the election outrages wbNt the tragedy occurred, confessed to the crime. The man who voluntarily confesses to the crime, and who practically steps from tffe prison chair of the menacing sha...

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