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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 April 1896

' 7-. -m Ool"uijm.TD±Q»3=L e-we Six'p~oleTHLex3-'fc= THEY STAVED IT OFF *K\ATK AGAIN BLCCEKDS Vi DE-. I.AYIXG THE CUBAN MATTER. M.rrmnu Mode « Motion to Recommit It, nod It Prerntlcd Before Ita Drift Was Henllard. Waahlngton, March 23.—Senator Blackburn's return to the senate today, after the exciting and fruitless senatorial contest before the Kentucky legislature, was signalled by an unusual demonstration by his colleagues. On the senator's desk was the most mammoth and elaborate floral design ever brought to the senate, rising 13 feet from the floor and overnnnglng the desks of Senators Walthall and Vest on either side. The main design represented the coat of arms of Kentucky, with two huge dolls clasping hands as the central figures. around which were worked the State motto: "United we stand; divided we fall." Above this was a large horseshoe of LaFrance and Pearle roses, while below and around were great sheaves of oak leaves and lilies of the valley. The whole was topped with ...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
Source: Montana Historical Society
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 2 April 1896

‘lumbiaii. JOHN W. FA.OE3. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, by mail: Thi Coluubiax invites its patro and friends to send Items of all kim ms kinds oceur- sponding week of 1KH, and 98 more than for the third week of March in 1891.” That is the story the business record of the country tolls. Of course, tho gold-standard is a glorious thing for prosperity! It impoverishes the people and bankrupts the business men, but wo must have it! How can tho goldolators explain the commercial agency reports that every week show a worse condition of nfiiiirsT “It will bo interesting to hoar McKinley, does hot want the ‘honors of mayor. Conrad liuebschmaan lias positively announced his candidacy, so it is stated. There are others who are mentioned in connection with tho mayoralty, but tho talk so fur is rather desultory. A's tho only compensation tho mayor of Kalispell receives is a largo amount, of cussing there is not a great ‘•hankering” for the job. A leading populist informs The Columbian that there will...

Publication Title: Columbian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 April 1896

THE COLUMBIAN. SIXTH YEAR. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 9. 1896. NUMBER 15. 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, : James A. Talbott, •1. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy : lj. C. Trout, 'ttutto, Mt. Butte, Mt. Biitto, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of tho United States anJ Europe. A General Banking Business Transacted. Wm. UK AD, Cashier. j THK ! 1 n i a E g n im mu 1 STORE. I UZi'JUUZi nz SELL AT LOW PRICES CROCKERY. TINWARE. Wooden Ware, Kitchen^Utensils, Lamps, Etc. nnrnnr. Call and Look Over Our Stock and Get Prices. •JJJVUJ MAIN STREET. Columbia Falls. Montana. a CMBBia? rnrr.r.r r.nr.rrr. rr.crr.ri PROFESSIONAL CARDS. D. F. SMITH, Attorr\evj-at-LaW, COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT T..VND FILISOS AND FINAL PROOFS MADE. COLUMB' \ FALLS. MONT. A. H. BURCH, ^DENTIST .- Offices: Conrad Block. KALISPELL,' : MONTANA. DR. J. A. GHENT, C...

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

- FALLS CITY Lfft>UK SO. 41. iljiy Kvouin*:. in hail over thr T O.O. K.—COI, U >1 HI A I.OIKiK SO.'441.X* Mott* RrOf., ro^iluy Lvi*u::ifc: at I. O. O. I . Hall. V»>liui< nienibcr* to attend. J. M. Lr.nin. Sec. N. WiLLOronuv. N. (1^ it s !• ill is or r.wiou asskmhi.y no • > IV Mr-t* Errry (Mbor Saturday Evenioff. VUiUiur Monitor* of tlto Order an- tt rlcomr*. IATHOLU* rHI KCH-SERVirgt AT ST. v/ t'harle* ("borch on Flr*t and Tinrd Sunday* of each mootli. at P a.n>. and 11 a.ra. Rxr. H.J. vax dl \ xx. UPWOKTI! LE.U1UES SENIOR LE.\HUE la ninet* Sunday otfin. m. Junior Leaim" mcota Sunday at 3 p.tn. All invited. COUNTY OFFICIALS. ^ Coontl Clerk and Recorder. M. TnsixiACLT. f* County Atiomcy. HuiNtt M. Loo ax. Clerk of mitriet Court. Anhukw . SxvAxr.T. (VnintvTrcaaurer. A J. Kino. County Supt. of Scb*x.l-. I*. N. Rkbxaid. County A*-<-M)r, J. R. tiinaox. County SIwnfT. If. U. Ralduxx. Public Administrator. Hiou Si...

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

ES T TIIE KING'S NAME. MARIA CMRIST.NA RULES SPAIN IN YOUNG ALFONSO'S STEAD. How the AaatrUn Princrm Won tho SpooUh lleort —llrr I'nlmppy MarrlinJ Lift*. A Do voted Mother tuul m Wl-c and Patriotic Q*\rcn. It it slionld bappcu that tho expreslioiiH of our uatioaal sympathy with tho Cnbju patriots for liberty sboald cud in opeu hostilities between this country and Spain, Uncle Sum would 11ml him-: ■elf making war on a woman—rather an ungnllaut position from tho aland-, point of a aeutimcntjlist. Although there isa king in Spain, hia royal majesty is not yet 10 years old, and tho intricacies of long division uud "umo, amus, unmt," are far ttjoro Ironbleaomo'tu him now than the threatened loss of tho Pearl of tho Antilles, or tiro ini ponding international difllcultics which hover over tho Spanish throne. Tho woman on whom would fall much of tho worry of a war with the United States is one not unused to grief and troubles For more than ten years Maria Christina has ruled Spain ns queen...

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

Col-yi-i3=L~b±a.:p_ ISTe-w^s S-CL-p-olo: L*fc; GrtRATISST WAR ENGINE) OF THE WORLD, When Armed »nd Kqnlpprd No Vr.- ■•I Can ContcaU With Her Slniclr HnnUrd. Philadelphia, March 28.—The launch of the baclleahlp Iowa from Cramps' shipyard today partook more of the nature of a notional event than any Similar one since Mrs. Cleveland christened the St. Louis nearly two years ago. Vice President Stevenson hohded the delegation from Washington Milch Included Secretary of the Navy Herbert, Attorney General Harmon, Secretary of Agriculture Morton and a large party of senators and congress- men. The Iowa party was led by Governor Drake, whose daughter, Mary Lord Drake, broke the bottle of champagne over the vessel's prow and gave it Its name. MJss Drake Is a handsome blonde of commanding figure. V. hen she baptised the vessel she stood on a little stand raised above the bow platform, and on either side of ner were Henry W. Cramp and Miss Herbert. daughter of the naval secretary. It was 1:30 ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 April 1896

Gol-CLXEL'toi-Q.ax 35T©-w-e» Su-'O-plexizLenzi.l} A3AIN8T JAMES J. HILL Slfl'UKMK COURT DKCIDKS TUB GREAT NORTHERN CASE. HlBhrr CliarKC for n Short Th«« n I.odb Ilnal In Also Asalnit the l4»W. Waahlngton, March 30.—Justice Brown delivered an opinion In the supreme court today In the case of Thos. Pearsall vs. the Great Northern Railway Company and Louisville & Nashville Railway Company vs. the commonwealth of Kentucky, as to lights of parallel and competing railway lines to consolidate, holding In the case of the Great Northern that It could not under .Its charter, and In opposition to the act of the Minnesota legislature of 1874. be consolidated with the Northern Pacific, as was sought to be accomplished. The cose of Pearsall vs. the Great Nortnern company came to me supreme court from the United States circuit ,*>urt for the district of Minnesota, it was a bill In equity Hied by Pearsall as u stockholder In the Grout Northern against the laws of the territor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 9 April 1896

TERMS OF SUBSCRII^ION, BY mail: If P»id In Advance SI.M per Year. Tm Colcjibian invites its patrons and friends to send items of aU kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all fetters to The Columbian, Columbia Fulls. Mont. ■ VTKUD AT COLUMBIA Y ALL" FOB TOFT ICB A» •BCOXD CLASS MAIL MATTCB. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH. „ THURSDAY, APRIL 2. I89C. Keep your eye on the Montana Kootenai this year. McKinley and yellow money are running strong, hand in hand. The republicans of several states have “favorite sons” for sale. Price no object. Montana's gold product for 1S9G will roach seven million dollars. That is our guess. ^ Premier Salisbury occasionally contributes a long hair to the diplomatic butter. Blinky Thurston and the Union Pacific have let the air out of the Nebraska “favorite son” boom. They used a - coupling pin. London society is fnitly lionizing .Filibuster Jameson, bin Boer Krueger w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 April 1896

THE COLUMBIAN. ■ 'mmSIXTH YEATi. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 1(». 1896. NUMBER 16. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE. : OK : COLUMBIA FALLS. ' Columbia Falls, Moat. DIRECTORS A. J. Davis, Jamos A. Talbott, •I. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy : L. C. Trout, •j Butte, Mt. Butte, Mt. Butto, Mt. Butte, Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Principal Cities of the United States auJ Europe. A-Goneral Banking Business Transacted. Win. KKA.D,'Cn»li!or. a'jauauuuu'jyuu'MJUUsrjztziauuc I THJE ! a >-■ L H I g E o c c im mil STORE. • U'JU'JUJ WE SELL AT LOW PRICES J g CROCKERY, TINWARE, I | Wooden Ware, t Kitchen Utensils, S Lamps, Etc. £ B r.nrrnr c Call and Look Over Our Stock and Get Prices. UU-J’JLTJ B a c E I: Lt B I = C acnr.r.r.r.rpr.r.r.rrnmy.nnrcrRC MAIN STREET. Columbia Falls, Montana. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. . D. F. SMITH, Attorr\e\j-at-LiaW, COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT LAND FILINGS AND FINAL PROOFS MADE. COLUVB A FALLS....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 April 1896

sFnlU— (i Falk. in, * boforo Trnin Timo. SOCIETIES. • a" O.V. w"—FALLS*CITY LODfIK NO. 41. J\ . Uittt Thundny Etcnln*. in Imll nv-rlh-r!To l Xim!uZ bn, J'x^ zr:’ J <1. <J. F.-COLUMPIA LODiJK NO. 43. T I. Krcr. Tut«lny KvoninB nl 1. O.O. I. Hall. Vi.ltin* nwiubcn. iuvlu-l aiioiid. J. M. Lkwih, Soc. N. WlLLOl-OIIIIV. N.O. IT .SIGHTS;0F IjABOB ASSFJlIjLV^NO. Wl. Yiftflini: Mi'mtx'r* of .Clio Order ore Weleoiuc. YfETIIOOIST EPISCOPAL (Hcnril SKR111 rice Erpry otlier Sululny at II a, m. ami 7p.ni. SundaySelioolat IS. Yi-imr. mnliaUj inritod. IMV. HA INKS, Faster tiara of cncb inontli. at #a.ln. and II n.tn. lti:v. K. J. van tn: Vi:s. I^PWORTH LKWillKS-SKNIOII LEA4ICE ill moeta Snudoj at 6 n. m. -iunior Leak-ne rneeu Sunday at 3 p.m. All invited.„£OUNTY OFFICIALS. County Clerk and Recorder. M. TmUMArLT. County Attorney. Shinev M. Looan. Clerk of District Court. AMU!It" W. SwAXkv. Countr Treasurer. A J. Kino. County Supt. of Sehoola. F. N. llr.RNARIl. County AMoaor, J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 April 1896

THE VOTE n\ .sVl.K. In thi» hero life tro'ro living There’* many a word like fall. When the ojt U on tlie nHlc«.ln«l Cho vote i» on Uu* vale. Genn—Sister, thoro's n young gentlemnu down in the parlor vvunts to soo you. Sister—Who is ho, dearie? Gonu • -Well, I don’t know his name, but bo’s the ouo that looks so much like u wishbone. Toucher- -Tineas, 1 saw you laugh just uow. What were Jgu laughing aboutT Tommy—I was just thinking about something. Teacher—Yon have no business thinking during school hours. Don’t lot it occur again. “Say, Dick, loud mo that S5 bill.” “Haven't any, old man.’’ “Yes,- you have; this photograph I just took of you shows ono in your left-hand waistcoat pocket.” Tram-Car Driver—Me and ray oil i horse has been working for the com- j pany for twelve years now. Passenger—That so? Tho company roust think a good deal of you both. Driver—Well, dunno. Last week tho two of us wore taken sickjuidttJljy got a doctor for tho horse and docked mo. Got up, there, now, Bet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 April 1896

O oIultti TD±a,=D- UST©-vv7-© QixxrpToJXi ^33-±; KPAMSil OK PI .VAR OKI. RIO ATTACKKD HV IVSLRGEVTS, «>rl»T , » Porccii I.o»l Over » Thonmml Killed •nd Wounded, th** Cahn*» ISO. New York, April S.—The World soys: A lous cipher dispatch from Carlos Garcia, son of General Calijcto Garcia, leader of the Bermuda expedition to Cuba, has been received by M. Stern. In this city. The dispatch was written at Manzanillo. April 2. Stern held It In his hand last night as he translated It. Tne dispatch says the men and the heavy artillery were landed In a bay I-.tween Bahia Honda and Murlel.aboul it, miles west of Havana. There was absolutely no interference. The two Hotahkis* guns and the six other heavy pieces of artillery were taken off with the ammunition for them. The ship, with the remaining arms and ammunition. was sent to Santiago. The 10S men In the expedition wore landed on the morning of March 22. They made a march of 10 miles Inland, where they were met by Genenl Macro. It...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 April 1896

Ooln .TD±a.xi> aSTe-ws S-ui.-pTDX©m.exi.*fc; HOUSE HAS SETTLED IT poxonr.MS knihibSem the I,All SY'lrATHV FOB CUBANS. .Mfji»tnri* CnrrylnK Mllltailn I’nunoO AVI thou I Further Ilrlmtr— I’ootofilri'N. WaahlnRton. April C.-Tliorc was a larir ultondance in tlio sallcrlos ot the house today to wltliCHa Uio Anal nctlon oil tho Cuban resolutions and In anticipation of an oxcltlUR contest o.er the ntterapt to pass tho river and harbor bill under suspension of the rules. Final agreement was made Saturday that tho vote on the adoption ot tho report of tho conferees on /Cuban resolutions was to bo llrst In order ' after reading ot me journal. Before Chairman Hitt demanded the regular order. Mr. Wadsworth, chairman of Hie committee on agriculture, presented a letter from the secretary of agriculture notifying him In deference to what seemed tho unanimous desire of the house, lie had telegraphed accepting the propo. sltlon to put tho seeds to be distributed by congrcasmen Into packag...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 16 April 1896

olumbiun. OWXED AXD rDM.ISIlBD XT JOHN "W. PA.OH]. TERMS OF SWteSCRIPTION, BY mail: ■ Year. JUB. e, 50 Coni*. • iOeaoU. mx P Monlh^ inlSJkuc'^ Thw Jlonl)... In adranen, M ihoy arc tolkiug about! TIioro\.the doctrine Unit brought about the clandestiuo demonetization of sflver! There’s the cuckoo programme set forth by men who are not t he cuckoos! There's the doctrine that Secretary Smith and f ho gold standard organs are trying to cram down the throats Tue Colombian invites its pair and friends to send itoios of all ki irons inds .ogarding improvements, and occurrences wnieh are of interest to the people of the Flathead. Address all fetters to The Colombian, Columbia Falls, Mont. Georgia! And though they Lave .the republican party behind them, they will fail, and fail miserably! nSTEUD AT COLCMBtA FALLA POMTOFFICK AS SECOND CLASS KAIL MATTEL. ALL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF ftACH MONTH. THURSDAY, APRIL 0. ISfiC. Blessed are the peace makers. ADIHTIOSAIi MONTANA NKWs.]; (Vnt...

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

SIXTH YEAR. THE COLUMBIAN. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1896. COLUMBIA FALLS IS SURROUNDED BY MORE NATURAL RESOURCES THAN ANY CITY ON THE PACIFIC SLOPE.' : OF : COLUMBIA FALLS. Columbia Falls, Moat,/ DIRECTORS: ' A. J. Davis, : James A. Talbott, •1. E. Gaylord, B. Tibboy : L. C. Trent, But to, Jit. Butto, Mt. Butto, Mt, Butto, Mt. Salt Lake. Exchange Drawn on Princijjal Cities of the United States and Eurojio. A General Banking Business Transacted. Win. ItKAD. Caahior. 1 the: l STORE. WJJ'JU’J WE SELL AT LOW PRICES CROCKERY, TINWARE, £ c Wooden Ware, l Kitchen Utensils, b Lamps, Etc. b rnerre 5 Call and Look Over Our b : S Stock and Get Prices. u MAIN STREET. ^ Columbia Halls. Montana. ^ annnctcrnnr.cnrnRrr.rrnrrrr.t PROFESSIONAL CARDS. , D. F. SMITH, Attorr\evj-at-LiaW, COMMISSIONER U.S.CIRCUIT COURT UVKD FILINAS AND FINAL PROOFS MADF, COLUWB A FALLS. MONT. A. H. BURCH, ^DENTIST -= Offices: Oonrad Block. KALISPELIj, : MONTANA. DR. J. A, GHENT, Consulting Physician. ...

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

TIME TABLE. OoJmmm i~>*roit'ioixi f*iu ini>°> mt... IfOTc('oIumbi« F»1U... »elo»e 30 inii.iil«ii before Train Time. SOCIETIES. -FALLS cifY LODOK SO. (1. . rJMote.lS.X« V. S. Oakbctt, Rec. K- W. -Vain. >1. W. T O. O. F.—COLUMBIA UIIXIK SO. *3.1 • Monte Krorj Turerlay Kvonlnc at I. O. O. 1 II«I1. Vl.lllnn mombOro lnmo.1 to attend. J. M. Lltwn. 8«e; S. Wii.iaicuimt. S. 0. vrETUODIST EPISCOPAL ( IIURCI! oKltill »ic« Emri* other Samlnv nt 11 n. m. np<l ; p. m. Sunday KcliooUt \1. Vi-ltom rordially I*. W. HAVNKS, 1'aator inrlUKl. r^ATHOUC cm w 11 SKRVirKS AT ,ST. V_/ I’hnrle* Church on Fir*t nntl Third buu* d *” ° f "* h -n.h.V- i Ja.tn.. j nd i ., v ..n ; .Y cv T.'PtYOKTIl LK-Val'ES-SKSTOK LKAOUF. Vj tnoola Sunday at 6 o. in. JuniorLeaireo meet* Sunday at 3 p.m. All invited. ; / . A. It. -OEOBGE B. McCLBI.LAND POST \T • nt Kennedy Hall the becopd nnd Fourth Sntardny^ of ench *n«*nth. \i*itink’ comrnde* Inrlted to me<'t wit...

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

THE TEACHERS OF FLATHEAD. The Third Annual ItisMtntc Is Highly SuccexeAil and Interest I na:. Prosldont CralK. of the State University, and State Superintendent Steere are TaklnB an Active Part In the Procoodlnes. Monday morning at 9- o’clock County Superintendent . Bernartl called to order the third annual teachers' institute of Flathead county and a larger number of teachers wore in attendance than at any former meeting. The sersions are attended by a large number of the pupils in the higher grades of the county schools and by persons interested in educational progress. The formal programme was inaugurated by the selection of E. L. Goddes foV secre- tary. State Superintendent Steere led in a study and review of United States history, and was followed by an interesting address by President O. J. Craig, of the university on “Atten- tion.’’ Prof. Gates led the instruction and talked on “Penmanship,” and to X. T. Conklin was assigned the topic, "Grammar." ftoth gentlemen handled the s...

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

tSti-Sk OoliojcEi/fcxLaa3_ USTo^t-s Qix~pT3leJxxex3.-b= t uV THE CAMPAIGN OUTLINED ATXEOBIl M.AXS OK DEMOCRAT!* TO CAPTITIK THE l-RESIDEX l. Wlllttw "* 1 lic !‘nrl) Arc Thru It Tivo TJrkl-ln nt Elr«< nml Arp Tl.pn EiprctPil to InltP lu flip EIpptornl CqllPBP. Chicago, April 13.—A special to the Post from Washington says: Democratic leaders have matured a plan to capture the presidency next fall l,y organising a spilt In Chicago, putting two tickets in the field and then . bringing the two wings of the party together In the electoral college. The silver lenders have been scheming on the proposition for months and very lately passed It along for the consideration of the managers of the sound money element, by whom it has been received with open favor. The White house has been the scene of several consultations on the matter within the lust four or five days. Friends of sound money, not only in congress, but from any other financial-commercial. circles, have bad busty summon...

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

Ool"ajro.TD±aoD- IKTq-w-b Six-OT>lem eaa.-fc. HE OUTPOINTED GRIFFO PIIARLES M'KEEVBR WAS GIVES THE DccUlon. THE UNIVERSITY OP WARRINGTON KlKlltlnu »* Timm Wim I-'iih« mid Furloun niKl Boll! Mon Woro Slronwr nl llio End. New York. April 13.—A fair-size,! crowd gathered at the Empire Athletic Club. Mnspeth. L. I., tonight to witness a 20-round bout between Young Grlffo of Australia and Charlie McKeever of Philadelphia. Both men were In good condition. Round 1—McKeever led off with his left on the Jaw. Grlffo got back with a right and left on the head. Grlffo landed left swing on the neck. Both got In rights and lefts on the neck, and Grlffo sent a hard right to the body. Round 2—Grlffo led off with a light right on the ribs and a light left on the face. MoKcever put In two light rights on the body. Round 3—McKeever sent his right lightly on the ribs of Grlffo. The fourth and flftli rounds were McKecver's by a large majority. The sixth went to Grlffo, and In the seventh hono...

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

The'Colunibian. OWXXB AXD FUBLUIIED Bt JOHN ■W. HA.OEJ. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, BY mail: si?*"1,50 Cent*. i its pair sod friends to send items of ail kinds regarding improvements, and occurrences which are of interest to the people of the Flathead.’ Address all letters to Tub Colcjiuiax, Columbia Falls, Mont. CXTEUD AT COLOMBIA FALL* POBTOFFICE A« aaCOXD CLAM MAIL MATTEB. AIL ADVERTISING BILLS PAYABLE THE 1ST OF EACH MONTH: THURSDAY, APRIL 16. 1896. A Missoula county prl loft Paradise to get married. 'Ykat does she want, anyway? . There is every reason to believe that Col. Moore is trying to bung a pair of Kilkennys over the judgeship clothesline. On the strength of that ‘‘lack of copfidence" vote last week Queen Butte oug|^ to dismiss her present premier and form a now cabinet. The republican city convention of Butte did not endorse the silver sentiment of Senators Mantle and Carter. IButto people being for honest money naturally went democratic. Helena's campaign of eipectoratio/fr...

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