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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 10 January 1895

THEPHILIPSBURG MAIL (Established January, 1887.) ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE MAIL PUBLISHING COMPANY (INCORPORATFD) AT PHILIPSBURG. MONTANA. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year....................................$3 00 Six Months................ ............... 1 50 Three Months............................... 75 IF PAID STRIIOTLY IN ADVANCE: O ne Year................................... .. 2 00 Six Months................................ 1 00 Three Monthse.......................... ... 50 Entered at the Postoflee at Philipsburq, Granite County, Montanmna.. (s SeOond-Class Matter for T1'ransmnission Throuoh the Mail. THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1895. THE MAIL extends its hearty congrat ulations to Hon. Lee Mantle--one of Montana's future senators. Silver in St. Paul. Despite the antagonism of the geldbut press in the city of St. I'aul against the use of silver as money, it now appear: that many representative people of that city do not indorse that sentiment. TI will be remembered that at the time ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 10 January 1895

OFF MONOMOY IINT. By WILLIAM EARLE BALDWIN. "She was a handsome woman when I married her and before she ran away and left me. But it's all over now. like a dream that will come no more. Some times when the day is over and the sky out in the west is burning I walk on the beach, and when the moon rises out of the sea, sometimes far across the water, in that light, I see her face again, with her black eyes and her silky hair. Some times I hear her voice, and I close my eyes, and some one comes and lays her hand in mine and says, 'Billiel' And then when I wake up it is a dream. But do you know," continued the man sud denly, poising the razor over Grosven or's face, "I think she will come back to me some time. I have a feeling that I shall come to the door some night and find here there, azld she will say 'Billie' to me, and I shall have her with me again forever." Grosvenor was a little startled by the old man's manner. There was a strange light in his eyes, and sometimes he flourished ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 10 January 1895

WKINSYKIN'8 2,359 Is only good till close of store Saturday, January 19, 1895, for the D)ress Pattern. Gold Dust or Gallatin Flour....82 00 Montana Belle or Snowflake Flour 1 50 25 lbs Meal .................... 60 25lbs Graham .................. 50 12 lbs Tapioca ................ 1 00 12 lbs Sago.................... 1 00 n"Bring vessel of some kind and buy these in bulk: I qt Chow Chow ............... 25 1 qt Pickles .................... 15 1 qt Olives ...................... 40 3 qt Catsup.................... 25 1 qt Worcestershire Sauce....... 50 Ham and Bacon, per pound...... 121; Pickled Pork, per pound......... 121 Crockery, Ulassware, Lamps and Tinware at Act ual Cost to Us. HARDWARE. Double Bitted Ax and Handle..... 1 00 Single Bitted Ax and Handle.,.... 85 Adze and Handle................. 1 00 Meat Saw ......................... 1 00 Euck Saw ........................ 50 Crosscut Saw, six feet............. 4 75 Wedges and Mauls, per pound..... 10 Sod Irons, each ..................

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 17 January 1895

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. VIII: NO. 51. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 17, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. WILLIAMS Takes Orders for ANY BOOK PUBLISHED ANYWHERE. WiD Subscriptions Received for Any Popular Periodical at Publishers' Prices. PHILIPSBURG NEWS STORE CHAS. WILLIAMS A COOL HEAD Is Not More Desirable than WARnJ FEET. Winter Footwear:, Overshoes, Arctics, German Socks and Felt Goods. J. C. McLEOD, Philipsburg. KROGER'S BREWERY CHARLES KROGER, KK§ AND BOTTLE BREER COISTAITLY Of LIAND. Orders by Mail, or Left at the Brewery, Will PHILIPTBURTG, MONTANA eceive Prompt Attention. , THE PHILIPSBURU IRON WORKSU BOWEN BROS. & THOMPSON, PROPRIETORS. IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS All Kinds of Mining, Milling and Concentrating Machinery Made and Repaired. CHilled Car Wheels, Crusher Shoes and Dies, Cornish Rolls, Mining Cars. Etc., Etc. SLOCK BOX R, PHILIPSBURC. MONTANA o 5******* ."o+.. N****..* . ... ..,ý LOW PRICES il --FOR- GROGERIES --FINB-- TEAS AND...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 17 January 1895

T'ig PUIhlPHBUR A MAIL ONCEl A WVEEK. 1lfuffl' l ,; i r,,;::t .,:,:tttt I'! ttr llt III(! N all Ott~~··~: ... ... ............ .. .........:" 1 ,I']': I"IT t! (FITLY Is . Ai fYt\I' Slix ';~~, .......... ...................... I U+ Tllli c .I:,nt..~ ............................... r,( o. .., 11 t ri s of of,.ý "nI 1;3 o 'co," cr t1 f .;ll w ith "unl 1','l excif; ! 11a:, t: 1 .1 ;l d -'.' rd." Un11ul [ ex:'to: 1 e'. in : fl, .:1 i Las b 0on th.o uou;i 1 gi'g fllor ,io ,ila \o0 e (i(re vwi'l t 1,(1 to it ntw L '.'d (2ll' mind it. Furi:o'rmoreo, :"o says thal t '1. least thr0:o tro,ni n1001'n pl,.it2icinIl's ,1il (di. floaven givo tW1i1m l: ppy rcltia-1. if the sullIll er politici:nls (:121d a i)lgood ma1ly of the;.2) ,o'2l022 follow suit, the country woulid ha1e a hapipy release"3 and a rest as well. Royaltiie and rulers are going to have a bad tinm. lQueen Victoria will bo very ill and maybe die, and President Clove land will not feel very well himself. The Prince of Wales will have m...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 17 January 1895

TWO CAVALIERSS By ALFRED R, CALKOUIN E[Copyright, 1804, by' American Press Assoria tion.] In early October, i;6J3, I travel.l on horseback fromi Asheville, N. U!;, into east Tennessee by way of the precipi tous and picturesque valley of the French Broad river. Here, if any place on the continent, one might have thought that the battle storm thlat raged for four years on either side of the Great Smoky range would have been unfelt and the sound of its wild tumult be heard only as an echo. But the ash heaps marking the sites of log cabins, defenses thrown up to command the sweeps and angles of that rough mountain road, haggard men in ragged blue or gray, with one leg or one arm, and, more than all, the shallow graves hastily hollowed in the thin soil of the hills, told that even this sanctuary had been defiled by the red hand of war and its sylvan aisles lit up by the torch of the destroyer. During years of fighting and scouting on the heights and through the valleys of the Appalachian...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 17 January 1895

WKINSTKIN'8 Miss Heilma Hokason was the lucky holder of Coupon No. 2,359, therefore won the i1; ' dress. Do you need a nice dress or business suit ? We have it. Lo you want something cheap in odds and ends ol clothing ? We have it. We are bound to fit your person and your purse. Some sizes of rubber stock we are out of, but we have your size: the price is right. Our groceries are fast be. ing depleted; these prices do it: Gold Dust Flour ............... ..$2 0( Belle of Montana ................. 1 5( 15 pounds Graham ................ 5( 25 pounds Meal................... 6( 25 pounds Rolled Oats............ 1 0( 5 pounds Jelly................. 4( 10 pounds Jelly ................... 7( 8 pounds Cal. fruit ................ 1 0( 12 pounds dried pears............ 1 0( 12 pounds dried figs............... 1 0( Do you need hardware ol any kind? Just look at these prices: 6 pounds nails ................. $ 2C bolts all sizes, per pound......... C snow shovel..................... 5( spade ......

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 24 January 1895

THE PHILIPStBURG VMAIL.I VOL. VIII: NO.52. PHILIPSBURG,~,GRANITE COJUNTY,. MONTANA,.TIURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. WILLLIAMS . Takes Ordrs for, ANY BOOK PUBLIS -EDI ANYWH E{ERE. lk. 0 1 ` SV'l I POE[JIbAeR M SI0 BOOKS. Evý nsi New, Pikro Metho ....... ........1 50 Gordon's-.New, ShOdo ~t fthe Piano ............. .00 Richardson's-N'rw M hd..... .......... 3 00 C.*J.R. Meibl1 A. .M........ .......... .....i . . .. .:...............1.... 150 Violin i c rjl. .... ... ........ 1 50 'Axd:dtie Latest Sheet Music. i'HIL LIýBVR4 NEW 'TOE Cr OE H WfLI'AS I 4.. ' v r '-4 v ..rsIioes , er Boots; G erma. Soks, G1we .et.:. at j. C. MCLEOD'S. ERY CHARLES GROGER, R WI IJ etor. 11 , :,. _ K ..a... . ..... .. . . . .... SIRiON lND. BII ' FOUILI 8R ANI MAHtllNISTS I AI KindsC of MiinA g Miilling andi Concentrating, Machinery. Made , and: Repairedi. CHill'ed CareWheels, .CrusherISheese and. _ Dies C'0rn:ish, R.ols,., 'Mining~E Cars., Etc., Etc. LOCK BOX R, PHILIPSBURC, MONTANA " - LOW P...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 24 January 1895

TE1K PHILIPSBURG MAIL, ONCE A WEEK. Entered at the Poasofice at Philipabwrg, Granite Colrt., Montarna, as Seoond-Clase Matter for Trunnmisaion Throuqh the Mail. One Year .................................gS 00 Six Monthe............................. 1 50 Three Months............................ 75 IF PAID STRICTLY IN ADYA1CE: One Year.................................$2 00 Rix Months................................... 100 Three Months............................ 50 THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1895. Carter's Philipebueg Speech, Senator-elect Carter spoke to a good house last Saturday night in Philipsburg Just why it was necessary for hunim t come over here at all, is not apparent tc the casual observer. Mr. Carter hai been chosen to represent the state of Montana in the national senate for rid years, and whether the people of Granite county or any other county feel grati. fled or chagrined at the choice, makes little difference. Fully nine-tenths ou the people of this county were unalter. ab...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 24 January 1895

SERVED HIM RIGHT By PIEBBE VIVANT. CHAPTER I. Augustus Fitz Clarence Boobie was a yourg gentleman of exceedingly good parts, at least as far as the outward man was concerned, who had recent ly arrived in the little village of M- with the avowed design of establishing himself in the practice of the law. He had taken an office upon the main ave nue of the town and over the door had caused to be placed a very showy sign bearing on a field azure his cognomen in golden letters, appended to which was the usual legal addition of "Attor ney and Counselor at Law." No sooner was he fairly installed in his new headquarters than he com menced the study of the law, the ladies and love, of which, however, the last two were destined to receive by far his greatest attention. A more absolute devotee at the shrine of fashion never tripped Broadway. Not a mere fop was he, but the concen trated quintessence of dandyism, be jeweled, bescented and bedecked in the very latest style that foreign importa ti...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 24 January 1895

Best Montana Flour..............$ 2 00 Belle of Montana ................. 1 50 25 pounds Graham ................ 50 25 pounds Meal................... 60 12 pounds Pearl Barley............ 1 00 12 pounds Tapioca ................. 1 00 12pounds Sago ................. 1 00 2 pounds prep. Buckwheat.......... 10 12 :ounds Vermicelli .............. 1: 00. 12 pounds Macaroni ............... 1 0( 8 cans Cal. fruit................... 1,00 10 cans String Beans .............. 100 7 cans Lima Beans ................ 1 00 3 pint pail filled with pickles or chow chow ........................ 25. 6 foot racer saw ...................84 75 5 foot racersaw................... 4 00 wedges and mauls per pound....... 10 double bitted nx and handle...... 1i 0 Hatchet ......................... 50 6 pounds. nails..................... 25 snow shovel..................... 40 Wr31P$ Carpenters ought to set our prices on chisels, plaint and hand saws. Remember we have a few pairs of rubbers, arctics and lumbermen...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 31 January 1895

THI PHILIPSBURJG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 1. PHJLIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. _. si "---- - iN m i, I _• maa rl ua sae •lm. i a a l l |m ' m L~~ WILLIAMS Takes Orders for ANY BOOK PUBLISHFED ANYWHERfE. ALL OF THE MOST POPULAR MUSIC BOO{ S. Evans' New Piano Method $1..............$1 50 Gordon's New School of the Piano........... 3 00 Richardson's New Method ................... 3 00 James Bellak...... .................... 1 50 C. C. R. Mullar A. M ...................... 1 50 Violin School.................. .............. 1 50 And the Latest Sheet Music. PHILIPSBURG NEWS STORE CH AS. WILLIAMS BOOTS, SHOES, Overshoes, Rubbers, Gum Boots, German Socks, Gloves, etc., at J. C. MCLEOD'S. KROGER 'S BREWERY CHARLS KROGER, KRG AND BTTL~ER RONYSTA.TLY.Ol HIAND, Orders by Mail, or Loft at the Brewery, Will PHILIPSBURG, MONTANA Receive Prompt Attention. "THE PHILIPSBRUI IRON WORKS I BOWEN BROS. & THOMPSON, PROPRIETORS. IRON AND BRA8 FOUNDERS AND M...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 31 January 1895

'T11 PHI1IPSBURG MAIL, NCE .1 WVEIK. G Ltu it' Cn,,t4,wt1/, M ,"(A~f, (H (e.ltd- tclas Afl v t' Ifor 'r. Hlltlarlt4(',rr ir'1I l ioulh t ! atil. Ourat, r ............ . NS. 00 Six M tii tlut .. .. . . . . . . Throee ,,i .. ..... .............. 75 IF 1',\11, tI,1YWCLY IN ADI)VtA'H : Oue Y e arr- .................. ...............* 00 Six 51 nI , . .....s. . I ' Uhre Ae Nrit1 9...5............................ 5 THURSDAY,, JANUARY 3 1, 1895. With this isesie Tui: Als, begins ithu ninth year of its existene,ý. Just eight years ago the lirst puillice:ation of thi. paper was mnad in Ptilipsburg, and not a single week since that time has T'L MAlnt, ailod to be ready for distribution among its patrons on Thursday evening. We note with much gratification the steady advancement ofthis paper since its initial plublhition, and in referring to our record books we had that hnn dreds of our patrons who started with the first issue are yet in good standing. The subscription list has increased each ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 31 January 1895

The Whippoorwill's Call. By AUGUSTA LARNED, {Copyright, 189&, by American Press Associa tion.] CHAPTER I. One fine summer day in 1883 a young stranger arrived at the Littlefield Arms by the station omnibus. He happened to ,e the only passenger by thenoon train, and he alighted briskly, with a handsome alligator skin bag, a slim silk umbrella and a traveling rug. His portmanteau had been taken down from the top of the omnibus, and in defiance of the bag gage smashers looked quite fresh and new. The young man made haste to regis ter in the pretty little office, where the dapper young clerk kept a glass of fresh roses and honeysuckle on his desk. A good room was assigned to the stranger, and he went to it at once, asking that his luggage be sent up. The proprietor of the Arms, Eben Hitchcock, sat tilted back against the wall inside the office railing, his speo tacles very low down on his bulbous nose, reading his morning paper. Now he looked up, caught the eye of Star buok, the cle...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 31 January 1895

WKINSTKIN'S8 Several pair of Arctics and Lumnbermanl's went this morning; only a few pair left. If you need any, better get them before your size is sold. It is so with Underclo thing. We still have all sizes in heavy grades, but they are going fast. We have several tin buckets that we do not need and will fill them with Pickles, Chow Chow or Catsop. 3Pint Pail .............. .......8 25 3 Quart Pail............. .........50 We have in wood- 1 Gallon Mustard ................ 75 2 Gallons Mustard ................ 1 25 3 Gallons Mustard ................ 1 75 1 Gallon Worcestershire sauce.... 75 2 Gallons Worcestershire sauce.... 1 25 3 Gallons Pickles................. 1 50 5 Gallons Pickles ......... . ........ 2 05 0 foot racer saw...................4 75 4 foot racer saw ................ 4 00 wedges and sledges per pound..... 10 double bitted ax and handle...... i 00 sod irons each.............. ....... . .10 WEINSTEI N'S DIPS, SPURS AND ANGLES. Clean your sidewalks. Don't forget to ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 7 February 1895

THE PHILIPSBURG MAII. VOL. IX: NO. 2. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, TIIURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1895. PIUCE: FI VE CENTS. VALENTINES! VALENTINES! COMIC AND FANCY. ALL KINDS AND PRICES. * "Do Doleful Dumps The mind oppress? Let tuneful music lend redress." And buy your tuneful music of me. My stock is large and well chosen. Clearly printed and free from mistakes. It contains everything, from easy pieces for beginners to difficult pieces for advanced performers. Carolyn Waltzes......... ..............75c Hell Up to Date.........................500 Sousas' Band March .............. ......50c Brooks' Triumphal March...............50e Chicago Evening Post March.............50c Along the Old Highway (vocal)........ ..500 The Old Letter Box (vocal) ..............50c Mister Postman Waltz....................50c We Miss the Absent Ones (vocal)........40c The Unfinished Prayer (vocal)...........40c School Books and Confectionery Go Together. I Iave .Both. PHILIPSBURG NEWS STORE C H AS. W I ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 7 February 1895

'lHE PHILIPSBURG MAIIL. ONCE A WEEK. Entered tf th' 1I tI(O.lc t Ph.ili )urq, G(t,-ie te' C(o .sU/, ,1Jatlt, (n1 (H coI d-l-../SUe itliettr for T ,'rH, : oi:., ,. Thr, ug h /he Mail. O ne Y ear ........................... ..... o 0) S ix h h s ............................. . 1 50 T hree MLon ts ........................... . 15 IAID , S'F1ItOTLY IN ADVANCE: O u. Ycanr. .. .................................. 2 00 S ix S in, ths ............................. ... 1 U Three Months ........ ................ 0 TIIlRSI),A, FEBIR{UARY 7, 189, It is nearly tltme the spring; poet was getting in his work. Why not drop the nam(ie national legislative body until iiext M1arl;h find just call it the odemocratic delbaiin, society '? It is understood that the present board of county comnulssioners will see to it that a bona hlde resident will be ap pointed treasurer. It is said Col. Morse holds a $G00 mortgage on our worthy contemporary. He will find it cheaper to pay this in debtedness than to move. ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 7 February 1895

The Whippoorwill's Call. By AUGUSTA LA NED, tCopyright, 1894, by American Press Associa, tion.] CHAPTER II. The ducks came waddling from the brook; the hens and chickens ran at sight of Elsie. There was a twinkling of legs, a flutter of feathers, a whirring and clapping of wings, for Paul's pi geons had joined the little cloud of fowls that surrounded Elsie as she stood in the farmyard the day after Uncle Si's funeral. She looked younger and more girlish than ever in her black gown. Uncle Si had been laid away to rest in the grassy corner of the Bolton grave yard, and a few friends and neighbors had gathered out of respect to the quiet, undemonstrative man who had lived among them void of offense for over 70 years. And now it was all over. The curtains were drawn, the clock again set in motion, doors clapped; the old dog barked; the hens came scratching under the front window; the wheels of life that had paused for a time while the kind old man, the master, lay stark on his bed in t...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 7 February 1895

WEINSTKIN'8 00@0 10011, (;ld. Duet Flour ........... 82 100 eiie ............ ....... . 1 . ' 25 (;ri al;:ln .................... vii 23 :Ieal .......... ............ 20 I:cJlet O as. ................. 1 I 12 Tapioi, a ................... i 10 12 tap e...................... 1 0"0 : :ar: . .... ........ ......... r 3 .cCd ....................... 25 12 -ren: .... ................. 1 ( 20 r. : s............ ...... .... 1 (.: 2 Sw otatoes. .. 1 u. 26 Pcthpk ... ................ 1 l(k 2' Squas .................. 1 00 Canned Goods. SCalifornia Fruit ............. i (0 4 ine pole....... .... ........ 1 00C S Milk ....................... I 0 6 French Peas ................ I C0 O French Mnusnroouis......... 1 C ) 6 Sweet Potatoes .............. 1 (U0 6 PumpBkn ................... 1 ('0 6 Squash ..................... 1 00 12 Brown Bread ................ 1 (u0 Tinware. Steamer.......................... 2 Dinner Bucket....................50 Tea Kettle. copper bottom......... 50 A hundred other ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 14 February 1895

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 3. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MON.'ANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. VALENTINES! VALENTINES! COMIC AND FANCY. ALL KINDS AND PRICES. "Do Doleful Dumps The mind oppress? Let tuneful music lend redress." And buy your tuneful music of me. My stock is large and well chosen. Clearly printed and free from mistakes. It contains everything, from easy pieces for beginners to difficult pieces for advanced performers. Carolyn Waltzes...................... 75c Hell Up to Ulfte.......................... 50 Sousas' Band March.............. .........50c Brooks' Triumphal March ...............50c Chicago Evening Post March.............50c Along the Old Highway (vocal).......... 500 The Old Letter Box (vocal)..............50e Mister Postman Waltz .................... 50c We Miss the Absent Ones (vocal)........40c The Unfinished Prayer (vocal) ........40c Sochool Books and Confectionery Go Together. I Have Both. PHILIPSBURG NBWS STORE CH AS. W IL...

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