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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 January 1896

TO REDEEM IN SILVER Financa Committee - Hu..a Substitute for the Bond BilL WILL COIN THE SEIGNIORAGE GoTcramrat U to P»r for QrooobMk* Id Btaodard bollara Whan ttM Oaoa»Ion irl»««. Washington, Jan. —Tho-••enate finance committee ha* decided'to report the senate »nb«tltnte for the houae bond bill, the meneure agreed upon by the allver majority. The »uh*Utute proride* for the free coinage of allver. Mr the coinage of the *elgnlorage In - the treasury, and to redeem greenback* arid treasury note* in either gold or sUvet. The bill will'be reportea to the senate tomorrow. The sllv$r substitute also provides for the retirement of all note* of less denomination than *10. The following Is the full text of the substitute for the bond bill adopted by the senate finance committee today: I That .from and alter the P^Mo of act. the mints of the United Slate* •hall be open to thi coinage of sllvsT, and there shall be coined dollars of the weight of 41JH grains troy, of » *t*n<lard *llv...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 23 January 1896

he Columbian OVKIDAXOrCnUftllKIJ »l JOHN "W. FAOH3. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ■V mail: ' HJO per Year. In advance, 11.01. lo nJrnnce. SO OenU. Thb Colombian invites its natrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all fetters to Tue Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. MXTXMD AT COLOMBIA FALLS rOSTOlTICK AS SECOND CLASS MAH, MATTKB. ALL ADVERTISING HILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, JAN. 9. 1856. 'Montana’s output of murders for 1895 set people thinking. Tax the deadly six-shooter till it rusts in peace. Secretary £. Sterling Morton had hardly been muzzled before General Miles began hooting through his chapeau. *• Uncle Sam must have that Venezuelan chip glued to his shoulder. Up todate it hasn't been knocked off by J. Bull. Mr. Thomas G. Merrill is giving the silver men plenty of advice, but {ve have noticed no stampede toward accepting it. S tw YFAIPS ciiijif; cattle sold la...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 January 1896

THE COLUMBIAN. Society SIXTH YEAR COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, .JANUARY 30, 189(5 NUMBER 5. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mout. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : : Butte, Mt. James A. Talbott, Butte, Mt. J.E. Gaylord, : • Butte, Mt. B. Tibboy : : Butte, Mt. L. C. Trent, : - : Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Win. READ, Ciwhlor. I'jaasniisciirauaausiEiuucdaacfSfB ! the: I 8 I IS X IS i c B I im HIYE[ | STORE. I*- VK SELL AT LOW PRICES J I; CROCKERY, TINWARE, g Wooden Ware, a Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. £ c cn'nccn K Call and Look Over Our Stock and Get Prices. •j-jiiaitii MAIN STREET. | Columbia Falls. Montana. | aBncccrrnrx.rcrRcrxnfinr.Krr.t PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Attorr\evj-at-LiaW, COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCU1T COURT LAND FILINGS AND FINAL PROOFS MADE. COLUMBIA PALLS.' - l.CONT. A. Y LINDSEY, ATTORNE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 January 1896

TIME TABLE. ,.. Ic«™ CatoabU Fall..... 9 *) |>. iu. . .IfOTeColumbiaFalU. .12:10p. m. eloM 90 mlnato. bcfor^'rain Timf. SOCIETIES. A O. U. W.-FALLSClTrLODaE NO. 41. A . Meet. Thandaj Kvoolnit. in h.U over the I’o.toJice. VUitinT brother, cor.liallj mviled. (?. s. (hvaain-r. Itoc. .lo». Phualoe. SI. ". T..O. O. F.-rOLUSIlllA LODOE NO- 43.I. Meet. Ever/ Tu?.<lay Kvenint; nt I.O. O. h. Hall. Viritln. member. Inettod to nttend. J. M. I.evi., Hec. N. WiLtocoiiBT. N.t.. J^NHHIT^OF USBO^VSSKMIILV NO. 901. Viiitlnx Member, of the Onl. r nre Welcome. UETH0DI8T EPISCOPAL CHURCH- SKIirtl rice Every other Snmlny nt 11 n. m. nm! 7 li. m. SnntlnySchoojnt It \ t.iton. eonlinlly inrlletl. P. \V. ILV\MvS, Pastor tiny, of ench month. nt^J n.m. nntl.n vV/ueVex. UP WORTH LEAGUES-SENIOR LEAGUE Pj meet. Sandny ntOu.m. Junior Lensue meet. Sandny nt 3 p.m. All invited. COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Clark nnd Recorder. M. TutBEl.vt'i.T. County Attorney. StoxET M. Loony. Cleric of Di»trict C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 January 1896

FI,AX FOB FUATilBAO VAl.l.EV. A Subject Now Heins: Serlonitly Discussed Here. To tho Kdltor of Tuk CoLDUDIAK: * The growing of flux in tho United States is something which, while it has attracted but little attention, has had wonderful development since tho war. In I860 only half a million bushels of tlax seed were raised in the United States. The crop in 1895 is estimated to have been at least 16,000,000 bushels, 65 per cent of which was raised in Minnesota and tho Dakotas. Tho products from, tho ilux seed are two,meal and oil, while from tho straw, (lux fibre is made which is convertible into binding twine and bagging. Tho groat bulk of tho meal cake made from tho flax seed is shipped to England whore it is used for tho feeding of stock, though the stock raisers of our country are beginning to appreciate its value in this way and nro using it more extensively each year. Its fattening qualities both for cattle and pork exceed that of any other food. Tho oil cuke meal is being us.-d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 January 1896

JOE CHOYNSKI WON IT Knocked Out Jin’ Hall in the Tnirteanth Round. AFTER A VERY HARO BATHE Hall Mail tha Californian all bm Out In tba Ninth Koond, bnt He Rallied. Maapelh. L. I.. Jan. M.-Tho meeting between Joe Choynakl of California and Jim Hall of Auatralla In a 20-round bout at catchwelghta niled the Empire Athletic Club'a arena tonight. Choynakl money was no olentlful that odda of 100 to 80 on the California could be had. There were several beta recorded at this figure, but Hall's friends were not discouraged and were always ready with their cash. Choynakl was the first to put In on appearance with hla seconds. Tom O'Rourke. "Kid” McCoy and Casper Leon. Parson Davies was also In Joe's corner. Hall foUowed In a minute. He was seconded by Sam FlUpatrlck. Jack Fogarty. Benny Murphy and Tim Scanlan of PltUburg. Choynskl'a weight was said to be 161 pounds, while Hall turned the scales at 160. FK#1T BY ROUNDS. Round 1 —After fiddling awhile Choynskl landed a light left on the body an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 January 1896

CRIPPLE CREEK COUNTRY Turning Out a Million in Gt Id Per Month. VICE AND SPECULATION ACTIVE Socnca Which Recall the Early Bay* ot LaadvUU and the Famous Comatock- Cripple Creek la the moat wonderful Bold camp In'America and probably In the world. It la producing one million dollars per month In Bold, while five years ago there was nonsuch place upon the map of Colorado. It la hard to believe the moat conservative and reliable aUtcmente about this wonderful gold camp. For Instance, the postofflee department at Cripple Creek shows by Its last quarterly report that It Is handling more letters, money packages and registered letters, and doing a larger business generally than any other poatoRlce tn the state outside of Denver, while the reports of the Colorado Telephone Company for the last three months showa that that Cripple Creek la doing the larggyt business In the state, with the exception of Denver. There are now two railroads running Into Cripple Creek, the Florence Cripple Aeek a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 30 January 1896

.. ^ ^ j-., ■ , -. , . . i i ii'i e i 'i ift oj e Columbian OWMXD AKD PCDLISIIED Dt «OHN W. PA.OE3. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: inAdiai.colLSOpcr Year. In adrance, In advance, 50 ConU. cnnla. The Colckbian invites its natrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences much are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all fetters to The Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. RNTEMID AT COLUMBIA FALLS rOSTOTFICK AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTER. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYAHLK THE 1ST OF EACH .MONTH. THURSDAY, JAN. 23. 1896. less surplus and created multimillionaires in the “protected'' industries. No good Amoricau objects to a tnritT on imports when such a tariff is needed for the maintenance of the government. Those Boston editors who are now writing . unli-silCor editorials are either ignoramuses or contemptible knaves. Statements more at-vuriaiico with the truth could not bo imagined. Decept men must have contempt for a cause—the gollbug idea —...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 February 1896

sixth vi:xr. THE COLUMBIAN. CO LEMHI A FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, FRBRUARY <i, 189l>. NUMBER 6. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. B-A-Istk: OF' COLOMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis. : JnnioK A. Talbott, •). E. Gavion!, It. Tihtiey : L. C. Trout, Butte, Mt. Hutto, Jit. Butto, Mt. Butto, Mt. Salt Luko. Exoliongo Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States an.l Europe.' A General Banking Business Trans- iiotod. Win. It JCA.D, Cnehlm-. THE" im hive: STORE, U'J'J'JJ'J LIVINGSTON’S LOSS The Ilctlcrlln Opcm lliuise lim ns and the City is Wiihmit a Thespian Temple. TIIK ItKFORM SCHOOIAS CAltDKX. The Davis Will Case iia CliUiurn-The .News as (iatheleiE from AH Tarts of Montana. The Livingston'opera bouse was totally destroyed by fire early Friday inorning. The lire was discovered in the rout portion of the bouse at Fire soon broke out through I he roof, and i he whole building was in Hain...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 February 1896

clox 3D rolnotg* before IV SOCIETIES. cm-wrx^Na ETcniDK. •t her* c» Jo*. PlBOALl'K. brother* coniiallj ^ T ^r' £ T 0. O, F-—COLUMBIA LODGE NO. (3.X* Mooli* H*pr> Turodny Evoninc at I. O. O. I. Hall. VLItlnir mombora InTittxl to nttoml. J. M. LEH'la. Soc. N. Wu.U)001ln», N.O. jyjETHODIHT EPISCOPAL CHURrH^SKIlj 7 p. iJ l “an3a7t‘cl* l W'IaM2! !a ^W t tora coriiiollr InoitoJ. P. W. HAYNES, Pule QATB0U<' ( , | CHUR(7H-SERVICE.S AT s ST. PWORTH LEAGUES—SENIOR LEAGUE x’j meeU Sunday at0 p.m. Junior Lonmin mocla Sunday at 3 pju. .All mvllnd. COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Clark and Rocordcr. M. Thsmiault. County Atlornoy. SlDStr SI. Looa*. dark of District Court, Ax drew W. Swaset. County Trraaumr. A. J. Klso_. County Supl. of Schoola, P. N. Bkrxabp. County Aaaoaaor, J " - ity Sliorilf. H. lie AdminUIrat Coionnr. J. M. MErri-Ku. (PoatotHcc nddrcaa of above, KAUSm., MOST.) County Commiaalononip- Fred. Cooke. Columbia Falla. Montana. Wu. (1. Fittfateick. Columbia Falla. Monta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 February 1896

N ' -V- SPIRIT OF TilK I'RI'.SS. Basiu TimoM: Tlioso nro nil rustlinfr, while fur iu tho dark recesses of his lent, is noticed a muu, cloau shavou and sublime,; who, to nil outward appearances, remains quiet uud passive within tho folds'of his to-pee wjjlh no demonstration to forco-hiin-solf forward. Ho is the muu, we believe, who is tho choice of throe fourths of tho republicans of this state. Ho is neither oast nor west, north or south, and should ho bo the ^election of tho state convontipu, wo firmly believe ho coujjl bo induced to accept tho nomination, and if elected Montana would not bo afflicted with a governor of a faction, but one for all Montana. His name is Hon. E. D. Weed. Great Falls Tribune: It is now said that during tho coming summer Mri Cleveland will make an extended visit to tho Pacific coast. If ho does he will return to tho east with enlarged ideas regarding the United Slates and more respect for tho people of this section thim ho has hitherto exhibited. Butte M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 February 1896

THE SHAFT CLOSED IN Mine Disaster in Wales Unusual Fatalities. With AN EXPLOSION STARTED IT PH Caught Flra hut the Bravo Roaoncra Fought Their Way Through the Blinding Smoke.- Cardlff. Woles. Jon. 17.—A terrible explosion has taken place In the colllerjat Taylorstown. The shafts were shattered and the whole town shaken, causing wild excitement. Fifty-four miners were below when the explosion occurred. Several reached the surface with the dead body of another. It Is supposed nearly all the remainder were killed. Rescue parties have been hurried to the scene, but the work Is very dangerous, as the pit Is on fire. Later advices say a dozen bodies have been recovered from the colliery, and 1! men are sllll missing. Fifty bodies have been recovered this afternoon. Forty-two miners arc said to bo missing. The latest report places the number of dead at 5t. though It is feared the further exploration of the wrecked mine > will develop the bodies of more. The mining population of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 February 1896

MR. CORBETT IN A FIGHT W. H. Murphy, a Fireman, Fought the Champion. BOTH WERE BADLY BATTERED Murphy Oars Corbett a Blow or Month Which Brought Blood In • Stronm. the' Philadelphia. Jan. 26.—William H. Murphy, a fireman detailed for duty last night at the National theater, where James J. Corbett Is now playing, came In lively contact with the pugilist and both men were badly battered before the trouble was over. Murphy smelled cigarette smoke and traced It to Corbett's room, which he entered. "I must tell you that smoking Is against the rules." said Murphy. "No one Is smoking here.” said Corbett. but he was unable to conceal the smoke that came from under his coat. "Why, you are smoking yourself,' said Murphy, Indignantly, and then Corbett slammed the door. The fireman threw all his weight against the door just as Corbett opened it again and Murphy staggered half across the room, and before he could recover himself. .Corbett struck him twice. Murphy came back with a blowon Corbett's...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 6 February 1896

c Columbian. JOHN W. FAOE3. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, by mail: .jicelUJO per Year. Bdruie*. iiToo. la lid ranee, 50 CenO*. Thi Columbian invites its patrons ■oil friends Ui send Items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurraiices whicb. are of interest to the paoplo of the Flathead'. Address all (attars to Toe Columbian, Columbia Falls, Mont. ■ STBUSD AT COLCKDIA FALLS FOSTOfFICE AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTKB. ATX ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. the government. Thero is t bardly | enough of this loan for two big papers and tho interest is father low, so wo have decided to step out and let tho World have it. Then we have looked up tho firm of Cleveland and Carlisle in Bradstreet's and Dun's mercantile reports and wo do net find them rated high enough to suit. In fact, to toll' the plain truth, we can't find them rated at nil in the mercantile reports and have with drawn our offer to (like the loan, but t hero will bo another chance to invest in government paper in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 February 1896

COLUMBIAN. * SIXTiI YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, FRBRUARY 13. 1896. NUMBER 7. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE.NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. : OF COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mout. PIRBCTORS: A. J. Davis, Janies A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy : L. C. Trent, Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte,, Mt. Butte,* Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drown on Principal Cities of the United States nn.l Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Wm. HEAD, Cnahiev. naaaaaauaii-jaaaay'jtja-j'jiaoji | THK j iui mu STORE. WE SELL AT LOW PRICES I C ■ H 3 CROCKERY, TINWARE, 1 I Wooden Ware, j| Kitchen Utensils, n Lamps, Etc. i I L' i s l I c a c i B B B L' D r.nnnnn s Call and Look Over Our a Stock and Get Prices. 3 3. ■ uaaaaa n 'J MAIN STREET. | Columbia Falls, Montana. | Encrrnr.nrrrr.r.nrr.rr rnnncr. c PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Attorr\e\j-at-LaW, COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT LAND FILINGS AND FINAL PROOFS MADE. COLON'S' \ PALLS. MONT. A. Y LINDSEY, ATTORN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 February 1896

. lento(Jolmnbia Full--.... 1» afi p. m. . Iwirc Colombia Fall.. . II id P- m. clo^SImloutw boforo Train Tinip. SOCIETIES. » 6. ft W.- FALIS CITY LODDB NO. 41. J\. JJrol. Tliondar KTOninc.in hall orrr the I'o.lot.ire. Vpithwi brother, conliallr iovlted. C. S. (lABBlITT. He*. Jo.. l lBLAl.t'K. M. \\ . i o. o. k. coLCiinn ixinor. so. t:i. 1 • hirery TucmIo/ kreninir nt I. O. O. r. Kal!. Vitftinf mrmhen* inriu*!! t«» attend. J. M, kttwis, Jvy. N. WliaiaOBOnDT, N. <i. IS MUHTS OF L.VBOR .\SSKMBLY NO. 001. IV M(<eU Etctt Other Saturday Kvoniuff. VbltTiu: Mem ben of th? Order are W elcoine. \ fVrilODIST KPISTOPAL CHURril- SKR- .»! vice Krery other Suii«!ny at II a. in. an<l Sunday ScImmiI at li. _ yidton cordially invite:!. 1*. W. HAYNES, I'aetor / AATIIOUC CIlURCII-UBRVIcra AT ST. V t‘harlea(Titirch on blrat ami Third Sundat. of onrh month, nt Pn.nt. and II n.m. Rev. II. J. V AN PK \ ES. I ' I'WOlll II l.lMil l - SKNIOl: UiAtll K l J mceta Sunday at Siam....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 February 1896

EVEUVIIUDV HAS a Tlmt is a Fad in the Effete and Goldbnfir East. The midwintor-coid fad Inis ciinght society, and Mieeziug stiff coughing are uli the rage, says the Chicago Record. The host- people all have colds, and those who haven’t are getting them os rapidly an possible in order to be iu line. At society functions the latest greeting is: “Atchew! Good evedig. Is your code ody bodderJ” "Do, dod a bid. 1’b ns hearsed us u fog hord.” There are colds of every variety iu society’s midwinter display colds plain and colds with frills, colds for -street wear and those suitable for evening dross, some lovely imported colds, and some that are sky blue, with dark brown trimmings. The ultra-exclusive set, however, has no monopoly of colds. For thoie are enough to go around, and they are within the reach of all grades of society. The barkeeper and the banker, the mechanic as wellasthe minister, may have his choice of colds this winter, and have themjis long ns he pleases, if not longer. Pat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 February 1896

ml m: IT IS A LUMBER COMPANY Mcmb«rohlp Said to Inoludo Every Mill, All Shipowner*, Wholenale end Retail Eealcr*. Port Tovmaend, Wash., Icb. 2.—The biggest trust ever formed on the Pacino coast and representing a capital of over (70,000,000, went Into effect last night. It Is the Central Lumber Company of California. Its membership Includes ever mill, all ship owners, wholesale and retail dealers of the western coast of the United States and British Columbia. Ail charters of vessels and sales of lumber must bo effected through the Central Lumber Company, which regulates freights and puts the buying and selling price on lumber, regulating also the product of each mill and proportionate amount of lumber each vessel shall carry. Not only are the markets of the Paclflc coast thus controlled, but lumber shipments to foreign countries are placed under the same restrictions. Every mill on the coast has Its product regulated. The first order Issued by the company was an advance In the price...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 February 1896

Col~i3-XD.~t>±a.~o. ITe-w^e S-o.-o-ploxp.exi.'b: MR. HARRISON SA¥8 NO His Name Must Not Be Used in the St. Louis Convention. HIS LETTER EXPLAINS IT Not Onro Slno« Uo L«ft the White lionee IUe U» D^elred to Return to ItGratefol for All Pavore. Indianapolis, Feb. 3.—Captain John K. Gowdy, chairman of the republican state committee, called on General Harrison this evening by Invitation, and the ex-presldent handed him the appended self-explanatory letter: "Hon. J. K. Gowdy. Indianapolis: In view of the rcsoluUons passed by the state central committee at Its recent meeting, and of the fact that the delegates to the national republican convention are soon to be chosen In this slate. I have concluded that some statement from me as to my wishes and purpoees should now be made to my Indiana friends. Hitherto I have declined to speak to the public upon this matter, but scores of friends to whom I have talked, and many scores more to whom I have written, will recognise In this expr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 13 February 1896

he Columbian, OWNCD AMD PDDUUnKK 11T JOHN W. HAOE3. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. BY mail: If PaM in AdTAOCO tl JO per Year. SU Montlir. In ndranoe, JUO. Tliraa Month*, in ndrnncc, 60 Cent*. Sin*]" eoplM 10 cent*. Th» Columbian invites its iiatrons and Triends to send items of all kinds ragarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all Utters to The Columbian, Columbio-Falls, Mont. ESTKKD AT COI.CMI1IA FALLS FOSTOITICE A» SCTOND CLAH* MAIL MATTK*. ALL ADVERTISING HILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, FEB. C. 18&C. •fudge Jenkins will continue to mix Northern Pacific medicine at the old stand. Wo suggest arbitration for the choral society differences between Colonel Moore and Colonel Goshom. Every republican senator who is talked of for presidential honors voted against silver on Saturday last. The papers nil toll us that silver has a majority of the United States senate but ns yet no one has explained why that majo...

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