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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 March 1896

PRANCISCO MIRANDA. Held In R«Terrnc« In V«ncsael» an n Pioneer of Liberty. Fruidaco iliruudu wna a type of the recklem fighter acil adreutnror nhvaya dear to the hero jgurabiper, nml he wax ■o closely identified with the inception of Venernela’s revolution u^uinst Spain that ho will always bo bold as a national hero. .He WM born in Caracas in 17Sfi and entered the Spanish military service when be was 17. Ho served in the United States in 1780 and later in Cuba Ho was forced toloavoCnba for som'o illegal transaction; and for sovcral years led an adventorous life in Russia, Turkey, England and Germany. He went into tho French service at the outbreak of the revolution and by brilliant service reached the rank of major general. His name is on tho Arc do Triompho in Paris, as one of tho great captains of the revolution. His reckless and adventurous spirit apparently kept him in constant conflict with sober law, for in 1*97 he was condemned by tho directoryftut escaped to England. Receivi...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 March 1896

OF THE AIL8A I Steamer Ran. Into Her in New York Harbor. DENSE FOG WAS PREVAILING If stonier Xtw York, Inward Bound, Ran >ground on tne West Bank of the Channel. New York. Feb. 23.-Tho Aims line steamer Allan was run down at 2:30 o'clock today by a French line steamer. supposed to be the Bourgogne, while anchored In the channel off Fort Hamilton. The steamer whlqh struck the Alisa pulled away from the vessel and disappeared In the mist. The Alisa carried a crew of <0 men and there were It passengers on board, three of whom were women. All escaped without Injury, owing to the prompt arrival of a large tug belonging to thc_ Merritt Wrecking Company, The Alisa left her pier In this city at noon, bound for Kingston. Jamaica. She was heavily laden with freight. A dense fog prevailed In the hay and Captain J. W. Morris, as a precaution against disaster, decided to anchor his vessel until The fog lifted. He came to a standstill about half a mile off Fort Hamilton shor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 March 1896

Col -1-1 -r*r-i .“biaan. USTe-ws S~uL~p~olej=o.ejn--fc: WAS CUBA’S FIELD DAY House Dec'eres for Recognition of Insurgents. SENATE HOLDS TO ITS STAND Proa pool of War Did Not Dla'auado Patriotic Americana Prom DoolcrIn* Tbolr Bollcfa. Waahlngton. March 2.—Cuba had a field day In the houae. Despite the war talk from Spain mo straggling patriots In Cuba were eulogized and sympathized with In two hours debate and the rules were then suspended pnd the resoluUons by the house foreign affairs committee were adopted as a substitute for those of the senate by an overwhelming majority of 2S3 to 17. An anlysls of the vote shows that 1SS republicans, 70 democrats and five populists voted for the resolutions and _ nine republicans and eight democrats against them. The debate which preceded their adoption was animated and breathed a spirit of liberty. At times It was exceedingly dramatic, and especially when forebodings of war were uttered, but there was no stemming the strong tide. The si;ttlng ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 March 1896

The Columbian: OWXSJ> AND PCBLISIIKD DI JOHN "W^ FA.OH3. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. BY mail: I in Ailrnnoe MAOpcr \onr. ntta. In ndmiice. 51.1D. Thr»e Honllu. in mlrnnM, W ( nut.. Sinclo copies 10 cents. If Paid i Six Mont Ths Colombian invito* its batrons and friends to send items of all kinds reffardinK improvements, and oecnrreneos which nre of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address ij] letters to Tue Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. BXTEUD AT COLCMBIA FALLS rOSIOmCE AS SECOND CLASS HAIL HATTER. ALL ADVERTISING RILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, MARCH 5. 1896. wilb I he i-Xtfplioii of li fen in ib'c Senator Mantle did not make a speech, but ho voted with the democrats in favor of free silver and honest money. Ben Webster’s profits on brief printing may bo offset by his retirement to private life, where ho undoubtedly belongs. Silver has at least five good friends on the republfcau side of the seuuto, and if the five will remain staunch the democrats wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 March 1896

t HE COLUMBIAN. SIXTH YEAH. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 19. 1896. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY-MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. NUMBER 12. — : OF : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mout. A. J. Davis. James A. Talbott, J. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy : L. C. Trent, DIRECTORS A Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Exeliaugo Drawn ou Principal Cities of the Uuited States auJ Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Win. IJiCA-O. CaHhior. aHaaBBBBataaoBagaoBagaaaaat. I the: e lm HIVES I STORE. I n auziitau [- ? ", WE SELL AT LOW PRICES r s CROCKERY, TINWARE, t | Wooden Ware, [ | Kitchen Utensils, ^ : Lamps, Etc. | ^ rnnrcR 5 Call and Look Over Our fc : 3 Stock and Get Prices. jj 3 auuuu’j ^ 3 MAIN STREET. t a l 3 Columbia Falls. Montana, i h c artrr.nmrnRr.rrrcrr.crrnrnrriL A MAMMOTH CITY Greater New York Will be Spread Over a Hi;: Territory an^llnw 3.000,000 People. FRAGMENTS OK WOItl.lVs NEW?.' Bits Picked up From Every Part"of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 March 1896

TABLE. Ii»are('.otoxnbiaPalin... |». in. li*arr Columbia Falla. ..11^6 p. m. doao JO mioutea »>efore Train Time. SOCIETIES. Fo.tofficf'. ViBitUyr brolhor* cordially invited. C. 8. OABRkrr. He*. Jo«. Pixoali-k, M. W. —COLVMni.V LOIKiK SO. U.- ' T TtokIat Eronln* «t I. O. O. P. members invited to attend. *. N. Wu.LOCOltnt. N. ti. IT SI0HT8 OF LABOR ASSF-MBLY NO. HOI. IV Menu Every Otlier 5!iturday Evoninc. Ylsltinx Members of the Order are Welcome. \.f ETHOD1ST EPISCOPAL CHVRCH- SERivl vice Every other Sunday at 11 u. m. and 7 p.m. Sunday School at 12. Yisinirs cordiaily P. W. HAYNES. Pastor riATHOLIC (’nUlIttH—SERVICES AT ST. V>. Charles Chorch on First nnd TTiinl Snn* days of each month, nt 9 n.m. and 11 n.m. Rev. 11. J. vax de Vex. TAPWORTH LEAGUES—SENIOR LEVGUE 1 J meets Sunday ntdu. m. Junior Leairne meeta Sunday at X p.m. All invitetl. COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Clerk nnd Recorder. SI. Thxxxiaci.i. Ctfunty Attorney. Sidxev SI. Louax. Clerk of Uistrict Cmert. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 March 1896

PICK AND PAN BOYS News of Wlmt is (ioimr ••n Auiomr tin; Mlni'i's of Hie Greatest of Mitiintr States. Flatlicail County Men Freiiuriiuf for a Season of Stonily Work. Itecords this \Veek. Robert Russell bus deeded to the Troy Mining Power nod Improvement company all his interest in the Missoula, Snowball Fraction, and Troy placer claims in supposed township 51, r 32 west, a patent for which has been recorded. Consideration $100. George D. Pottw has deeded to the Troy Mining,' Power and Improvement company his interest in the Horykaha placer claim, 133 acres, patented and recorded July 27, 1895. Consideration M. Lyman Johnson has recordo<l the Cougar lode claim ou the north side of Fourth of July creek, one-half mile west of Yakli river. M. C. Doran of Loouii, Idaho, has deeded to P. Ryan J interest in the Great Northern claim situated ou the west side of Ynkh river. $500. Captain N. \V. Napier of Chicago has located a valuable ledge of gold quart/, about two miles from Ban...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 March 1896

■ .i®. ; . v,,- , . OollX3=O.TD±a,3=L S-ULTD-pl©in.©32L-fc. fLER PROCLAIMS ra! of Cuba Issues More Proclamations. THE TEACHERS OF DIVINITY All Will Be Pardoned 11 They Will Give Themeelve* Up nnd Bo flood Hercnller. Havana. March 8.-Captaln General Weyler baa Issued the following circu- lar: "X have promulgated !fn order that the teachers of divinity of the provinces of Matanzas, Puerto Principe and San- • tlago do Cuoa who confessedly have taken part In the movements of the rebels shall be pardoned on making their submission. surrendering their arms and placing themselves under the surveillance of the lawful authority, provided they have not committed other crimes since the Issuance of my last procla- mation. "It wUl be a commendable circumstance that these submissions may be made by bodies of those affected. •The teachers of divinity who. without arms, shall come under the same circumstances will be Immediately transferred to the encampments, forts, towns and. In general, where th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 March 1896

Hale Made a Speech Against Recognition of Cubans. DELOME Minuter From Mnilrld 0tntemtnt» of Sbermni snn and Lodse. LETTER Denlea «ho »n, Mor- Waihlnglon. March 0.—Another stirring chapter In the Spanlsh-Cubnn controverey woh added by the senate today. The speech of the day was made by Senator Hale of Haine In vigorous opposition to-thi^.resolution and to the offensive Interference of the United States In foreign questions. The senator declared the spirit of m|lltarylsm was abroad in the land; that our course In volyed the possibilities of war. with all Us dreadful consequences. A dramatic Incident occurred when Senalor Hale"Offered to read the statement of Minister De I.omo of Spain calling in question the accuracy of some of the statements made by Senators Sherman. Morgan and Lodge concerning Spanish atroclUcs. Senator Davis of Minnesota quickly objected to the reception of a document from n foreign minister not formally transmitted. Senators Mitchell of Oregon, Morgan^ , and Telle...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 March 1896

The Columbian. OVYBD * * D rCBLIUKD ■> JOHN W. FAOE. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. BY.mail: Adrucc tUO per Tear. 0, In ndranoe, ll.(C. in advance, 801 ontt. cents. Tu* Columbian Tnvitos its patron: and friends to send items of aU kindi regarding improremonts, and oecurrsuces which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all letters to The Columbian. Columbia Falls. Mont. EXTXRKD AT COLOMBIA FALLS FOaTOFFICB Al> 8ECOXII CLASS MAIL MATTI'.E. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PATABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSD.VV, MARCH 12. 18D6. Aji “international bimetallist” is a “Wall Street bimetallist"—a goldbug. Judas Iscariot took silver for his perfidy, but Carlisle insists ou gold. Italy has found a brisk market for her idle sons. Abyssinians just dote on Italians^ Spokane is a town of conventions. An anti-squirrel convention is to bo hold in May. * ‘ Tom' Reed of Maine might make a deal to furnish the hooppolos for Levi Morton's barrel. Carter and Hartman havfc each give...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 March 1896

SIXTH YEAR. "COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE: COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Mont. DIRECTORS: A. J.Dovift, : •James A. Talbott, •I. E. Gaylord, B. Tibbey : 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. KKAD. Coahlor. 3 3 : a i a g i 'i n T .*1 .1 *1 THJE im mu I STORE, t JJ'J'JUA 9 * WE SELT. AT LOW PRICES CROCKERY, TINWARE, Wooden Ware, Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. rrr.rrr Call and Look Over Our Stock and Get Prices. UWJU'J ! a rrr.rrr rrr.rrr.rnrrrrrnr.r.rri. MAIN STREET. Columbia Halls, Montana. . PROFESSIONAL CARDS/ D. F. SMITH, Attorrvevj-at-LaW, COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT LAND FI LI NOB AND FINAL I'ROOFB MADE. COLD MB' \ TALLS. MONT. A. H. BURCH, ^DENTIST .= Offices: Conrad Block. KALISPELL, : MONTANA. DR. J. A. GHENT, Consulting Physician. Kalispell, Montana. Am tlu- MOST'profitabl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 March 1896

1M& HALLE. k Fall*.. ..Vsi* p. r alU r P Train Tiro**. 3IETIES. IT SIGHTS OF LABOR ASSEMBLY NO. £01. ' IV MmU Evorr Otber Satnnlay Knrniair. Vialtine Mcmt*r>. of tlio Order ore Welcome. YfETHODIST EI'ISCOPAL CHURCH SKRill Tice Erery oilier Sunday al 11 a. m. and " m. Sunday School at 12. Vi.ilorn cordially inritod. B.W. HAYNES. Paelor /tATHOLIO OHUKI U—SERVICES AT ST. V/ Chnrlee Church on Fir»t and Third Sunday* of each month, at 9 n.m. and 11 n.m. . Hrv. U. J. v*x ns Ass. I,-’PWORTH LHAGCES—SENIOR LRAGUE llj meet* Sunday at 8 ii. m. Junior Leaitne mecta Sunday at 3 p.m. All inriteil. COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Clerk and Recorder. M. Tiikssiai lt. County Attorney. Sinxr.v M. Looax. Clerk of Diatrict Court. Axdsew AA. swaxev. Countv Trea.urer, A. J. Krxu. County Supt. of School.. P. N. Reexasd. County AaseMOr, J. B. Umsox. County SherilT. H. H. BAUltvlx. Public Admlnl-irator, Hcoh Swaxuy. Coroner. J. M. Mettles. (Po*toDlconddre.»of above, Kalutel, Most.) County C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 March 1896

TthiiDiiuMiuRAiivrt The I'onvfnUoil at Helcim Cluxea ita o Labors ami AUopta a Serlea ortti’solntioii. A 1’LAN KOU THK Altli) ItKtiiO.V. The UiJegates Detlarcil for Silver After a .lanele ou.Ra.tlo—A Yolmuluons Eenort. ^^Gtloi The Mootaua linmigratiou eonvention opeued at Helena last week with 140 delegates in attendance. There were addresses by a number of men, on topics taking in all the matters of interest, and embodying the suggestions of various localities. The following resolutions give the concensus of opinion, and show the result of the meeting, as they declare the linos upon which the immigration movement will bo carried on. The following was unanimously adopted: That, in the judgment of its members, no more inviting field for settlement exists than within the limits of the state of Montana. All its industries are j^>t in their infancy. It has no exhausted mines or lands. There is a remunerative market for all of its productions, and the amplest opportunities for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 March 1896

MR. CARLISLE 1^ IN IT Administration Is Grooming Him for the Presidential Race. CAHFAIOXXXO THE SOUDAN HIS CHIEF IS TO WITHDRAW Formal Declaration lo That EBed Will Be Made Pnblte Within a Short Time. Waahlnffton. March 16. — Secretary , Carttale Is a candidate for the presidential nomination at Chicago, and a public announcement to that effect will soon be made by one ot Iho aecremry's close mends In the senate. This announcement. however, will not be made until President Cleveland has formally slated his purpose to not permit his name to be used In the convention In connection with a third term. It is learned on excellent authority that the president has fully decided upon this course, and It Is expected that he will make known his determination within n short time. It Is undoubtedly true that Carlisle's candidacy will have the support of Cleveland and the memb' rs of the cabinet. He will go before the convention as the rAresentatlvo of the sound money views of the administration....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 March 1896

Go^ngjccL'bi a>xi IsTe-ws GEN. GRANT AND CUBA Why He Did Not Recognize the Cubans as Belligerents. DIARY OF StCRETARY FISH llad It Not Been (or the Secretary, Grant Would Hare Sent In a Delllserencr Mcmbbc. Albany. N. Y.. March 15.—During the debate on the Cuban question In the United Slates senate many allusions were made both by Senator Sherman and Senator Hill as to the attitude of President Grant and the then secretary ot state, Hamilton Fish. Senator Sherman declared there was a conflict of opinion over Cuban aftalrs between the president and his secretary of state. The speaker of the New York assembly. Hamilton Fish, son of the late secretary. Is in possession of InformaUon upon this subject contained In the diaries kept by his father that Is of great Importance In the controversy. On the authority of these diaries It Is shown that President Grant had at one time, under the circumstances of a pending negotiation at Madrid, been Inclined to recognize the belligerency...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 26 March 1896

If Paid in Advance fl J r Y«ir. Tin Colombian invites its patrons and friends to send items of all kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address ail letters to The Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. CXTKKKD AT COLCMWA FALLS POKTOFFICE AS SECOND CLASS MAIL MATTIE- ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 189G. Tot Colombian given several col-', thetarmers and laborers of this nai umns toa report of the immigration (lion should pay tribute to thoeast- convontidu at Helena. There are very many people in Montana who look dubiously at this effort to turn the tide of immigration Montana- ward. This paper has taken the iu price so that the grouud tbat» capital more than pro- j can have a yacht, a ern manufacturer. McKinley is per foctlv willing that the shoes, woolen goods ami clothing bought by the farmer and laborer should be raised eastern nabob string of race inisoiious’immigration is needed; If;...

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

rv-\ T T 1—\ 1 lit!/ COLUMBIAN. SIXTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, APILL 2, 18‘JG. NUMBER COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. : OF ■ COLUMBIA FALLS. . Columbia Falls, Mout. DIRECTORS: A. J. Davis, : Ysutte, M(. •Tamos A. Talbott, : Butte, Sit. •J. E. Gaylord, : • Butto, Mt. B. Tibboy : : Butte, Mt. L. C. Trout, : : Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States and Europe. A General Banking Business TransBctod. Wm. RKAX>. Ciwhier. s a THE] zuuazim'jzmuuuuaujuziu'j'jjii'ji L l- E i: L k 1 L L t k l *■ L L L L k k L lH l BEE HIVE i STORE. U'JZMUJ WE SELL AT LOW PUICES CROCKERY, TINWARE, Wooden Ware, Kitchen Utensils, Lamps, Etc. rnnnr.r Call and Look Over Our Stock and Get Prices. MAIN STREET. ^ Columbia Falls. Montana, i brnnr.rj-irnrr.rir.rrrrrrPT-r.rr.ri. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Atton\evj-at-LaW COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT LAND FILINGS AND FINAL PROOFS MADK. COLUMB'A FALLS....

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

. Fnll« in. FaUs-.UiXlp.tn. Train Time. SOCIETIES. * 0. V. W.-FAL^i CITY LODGE C, S. 0**Rtrr, Rcc. Joa. P»dalvk. LODGE SO. G. II uror 111" r InTltiHi. Jon. PlXDALUK. M. W. P.—COLUMBIA LODGE SO. tier/ Turadar EveninK at I. O. O. K. itlmr mombeni inrllrnl to attond u \VlUOtXUUIT, N. G. IT SIGHTS OF LABOR ASSEMBLY SO. Wl. XV MmU Eterr Other Saturday fire nine. Vialtin* Membera of the Order are « rlcome. \TETIIODIST EI'ISCOI’AI. I'lll El II >KII1V1 VIC" Ever/ Other Sunday at II a. in. and 7 p. ni. Sunday Seliool at 17. VWtoni eordlallj invited. . I’. W. HAYSES. 1‘a.Ior /"tATIIOLIC CHURCH—SERVICES AT ST. V/. .Charlee Ghurch on Finn and Thinl hnndaye of each rnonth. at 9 a.nv. and 11 a.m. Rev. II. J. VAX de ' ex. I.-aRWOKTII LE.YIiUES-SESIOR LEAGUE SZi in'eote Sunday at Op. m. Junior Lenanc meete Sunday at s p.m.. AHfnvited. COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Clerk and Recorder. M. Tiieeeiailt. County Attorney. SlDXEl M. LoOAX. Clerk of District Court. AxDBElv U. Slv.iM.v. Countv Treasur...

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

G. A. H. 'M' 'V. !!. f. MRI.AVIZK. A lliir SupiH-r and a Splendid TlnicOfBeera Kleeted. Luat ovooiug Sherman Post, G. A. R. and its auxilliary, Iho Woman’s Relief Corps, \itro formally organized. Commander Loriug of Lyons Post was installing officer, assisted by Comrades Eaton, Langley and Kotchum. The following officers of the post were elected and installed: Commander—H. H. Garr. Sr. Vico Com.—Thomas Clayton. Jr. Vice Com.—T. B'. Conklin. Quartermaster—W. H. Herrick. Surgeon —Thomas Carroll. Chaplain—C. E. Burgoyno. Officer of the Day—D. A. Snyder. Officorof thoGuard—J. W.Hooper. Adjutant—R. F. Tate. Sergeant-Major—H. F. Conklin. Q. M. Sergeant—H. A. Miller. The officers of the Woman’s Relief Corps wore chosen: President—Mrs. Thomas Clayton. Sr. Vico President—Mrs. Garr. Jr. Vice President—Mrs. Burgoyno. Secretary—Mrs. J. J. Kennedy. Treasurer—Mrs. J. M. Lewis. Chaplain—Mrs. Minich. Conductor—Mrs. Puce. . Asst. Conductor--Miss Clayton. Guard—Mrs. Curtis. Asst. GgMtd—Mrs. Tate. The...

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

Ool~in.T~ni T3d..a»JCl.. 3^Te~W B -r>-pT ^T-T-\ <=»T-> -h. 18 SPOILING FOR WAR REMARKABLE OCCURRENCE IMMAUUS WORK THEMSELVES IftTO A FERVOR. Spain Would Rather Fl«ht Tt Hecocnlxe a Cuban Comalaslon of Inqnlrr. Barcelona. March 22. — A renewed manifestation of tho emotional spirits of the citizens of this town was made today, though no hostile demonstration waa attempted against the United States consulate. As Is usual on Sunday there was a promenade of lighthearted holiday makers and a concert by the municipal band for the enjoyment of the piomenaders. A remarkable scene occurred during the afternoon which seemed to be occasioned by a spontaneous movement of the crowd. Cries were raised for the playing ot the national march by the band, and the regular program of the concert had to be fixed to satisfy the crowd. Tne crowd then proceeded In a body to the French consulate, where a deputation entered to express sentiments of friendship and esteem for Fr...

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