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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 21 March 1895

lIRGeII1NTS h t1INERS NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL, $50,000. OFF CERS: A A McDonald.................President F J Wilson ..............Vice President C - Eshbaugh................Cashier C E Hymer............. Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS: lM E H Gannon A A McDonald 1 LC Degenhart F J Wilson FM Durfee C E Hymer Aug. Greenheck (' I Eshbaugh Webb Vincent 3G ENEIAL BANKING BUSINeIS. TeANSAC TED. FORI5GN AND D)OM.s'I EX CHANGE. PAlways glad to see our friends. bNA++++"" 4 +**+++ ONCE A WEEK. PHILIPSBURt1G, THURSDAY, MIARCII 21. Subscription Rates. IN ADVANCE: NOT IN ADVANCE: One year..........$2 00 One year ..........$3 00 Six months........ 1 00 Six months........ 1 50 F'oreign postage added. Remittances at the risk of the subscriber, and should be made by express money order, post office money order or check, to the order of THE MAIL, Phili psburg. Granite County, Mont. Address all business communications as above. A Citizens' Committee of One H-In dred has been organized in the city of Blozem...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 21 March 1895

ALL FOR LOUK By WALTER BESANT. I stood today beside the grave of my dear old friend Paul. His name will be known by his friends, AndApthose who were not his friends his name may re main unknown. The vicar read the fu beral services while the birds were sing ing on the trees, the sun shone on the laburnum and the lilae, anti from below the cliff came the roll of the waves along the shore. His remains were laid beside those of his wife, and while the words of the solemn service fell upon my ears I was thinking how it w'-,vld have fared with Paul had it not btee. for his mar riage. It will harml 16 oiio now to tell the story 6f that marriage. When first he met his wife, in the year 1'57; he was-well, he was 25 years of age, to begin with. It seems as if merely to be 25 is enough,, but I sup pose some other things are de4irable as well. H" had just been caled to the bar, he was a fellow of his college, a hard headed reader and an athlete.-- He was popular because he poseaed a pleas ant ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 21 March 1895

In the Spring the young man's fancy lightly turns to thloughts of Hats. We turn the Hats to an ad van~ta re to him and us. THESE are also All New: Silk Stripe Wool Challie Latest in Spring Dress Suit ings. 36-inch All Wool Novelty Dress Goods, 50c. 38-inch All Wool Henrietta, 45c. Fibre Chamois and Taffeta Rustle; the very newest in Dress Linings. The latest in Lace Curtains: 1, by 34 yd s $1.50, $2.00, $2.75 and up. Groceries We will ship no more, and offer while present stock lasts: 25 Meal ......................8 60 25 Graham ....................... 50 100 Best Flour .................... 2 00 100 Patent Flour ............... 1 50 90 Rolled Oats ................. 2 75 $I.o00 Will buy either of these: 8 cans Monarch Lima Beans. .11 cane String Beans. 8 cans California Fruit. 8 cans Manareh .Pumpkin or Squash. 8 cans Menarch Sweet Potatoes. 8 cans 2 lb Clams. 8 cans 2-lb Jelly. 4 cans Monarch Pine Apple, WEINSTEIN'S DIPS, SPURS AND ANGLES. Will Jenkins is over from Butte. The P. O. ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 28 March 1895

STHE PHILIPSBURIG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 9. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. A : - •-- · . .. . . . :.... . . . ..m NEW SHEET MUSIC Douglass Club (two-step) .................. ........................ 40c Chariot Race, or Ben Hur (march) ................................... 50c Unforgotten Song (vocal) .................... ...................... 35c Sweet Bunch of Daisies (vocal) ................ ................ ..... .......... 40c Forgive, Forget Those Angry Words (vocal) ........................ 40c Queen of Beauty (instrumental) ................. .................. . 50c NEW TEN-CENT SHEET MUSIC W reath of Flowers (instrumental) ............................... Apollo Club (march)................ .............. The Star of Hops (vocal) .................. .............. ..... Sleep, Little Pigeon (vocal) .............. ................. Oc. Chicago Girl (two sten) .................. . P ................ Peace, Troubled Heart (vocal)......

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 28 March 1895

MAIL PUBLISHING CO. PHILIPSBURG, - : MONTANA. PENNSYLVANIA proposes to prevent any one not fully naturalized from voting. Now, we are getting mat ,ers to rights at last. BEHIANZIN, ex-king of Dahomey. exiled by France to Martinque, is down with stomach troubles. Misses his missionary probably. THE Weary Wigginses will have no trouble in finding a moral to that story of a New York man who was found drowvned in his bath tub. THE AMinneapolis feline which has started out to circumnavigate the globe has started on a perilous voy age. It is more than likely that this cat won't come back. TUroMASs IAILEY AL)I)[(cII was stoned while walking the streets of a (hinese town. The literary critics of China are probably a little too severe in ex pressing their views. WisroxssIs's legislative crusade against the theater balloon sleeves has been as fruitless as the war against the high hat. The engines of wrath will now be turned on the female who removes and puts on her wraps a dozen times in the ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 28 March 1895

IS name is Rondo, but where he got his name no one can explain. Ron do is only a dog, but he has more sense than a great 0 / many people, and his intelligence 1) has led him a.most 2 eventful existence since he first came into public notice. Every school boy in the quaint old town of Sebree, ICy., knows Rondo, and there is no exaggeration in saying that Rondo has a personal acquaintance with more people than the average politi cian. The early part of Rondo's life is in volved in some doubt and a great deal of obscurity. It is known, how ever, that he first saw the light of day in the manger of a livery stable in 1885, and as he sprang from Scotch English ancestry everything in the shape of a rat he beheld from the very first with violent antipatiiy. He soon made himself a terror to the rodent family, and his accomplish ments in this direction led an admir ing Kentucky gentleman to adont Rondo and take upon himself tlhe the supervision of his care and training, hoping that "age would...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 28 March 1895

S MERCHANTS & MINERS NWTIONhRL BNK CAPITAL, $50,000. OFPICESS A A MclDona'd ...... ........ resident F , W ilson ................ Vice President SII E hbangh .......... ........Cashier SA DISECTORS: M E H Gannon A A McD)onald 1, C Degenhart F J Wilson * F M Durfee C l Ilymer Ang. (Ireenheck 'i If Eshbaugh Web\ b Vincent GENERAL I.\ANKLN I0 USINESS TRANSAC TEuDn FOttREJONc .AND DOnMSTIo Ex ,rar -Always glad to seoo our friends. '--i ONCE A WEEK. 'll I LIPSBUIIG, THURSDAY, MARCH 28. Sublscription iates. IN AI)YVANCE: NOT IN ADVANOCE: One year.......... 00 One year .......... 3 00 Six months........ I 5)0 Six months........ 1 50 I'oreign postage added. lien ittances at the risk of the subscriber, and ishould be made by express money order. post ottice money order or check, to the order of THE MAIL, Ph'lilpsburg. Granite ('onnty. 1Mont. Address all business communications as above. EIGHT PAGES. '.the .Mail of To-Day. Tim MAIL to-day returns to its former s size of eight pages, in wh...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 28 March 1895

ALL FOR LOUE By WALTER BESANT. [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST] The next morning he took me to the house. It was a beautiful villa, fur nished with admirable taste, heaped with books, pictures and all kinds of pretty things. Isabel herself-I have al ways called her, by gracious permis sion, by her Christian name-received us, and presently her brother joined us. There was some constraint upon the whole party, which was natural under the circumstances, and I was glad when we all went out together and climbed to the top of the headland. Here present. ly I found myself-whether by accident or design I know not-standing alone with Isabel, the other two slowly going on before us down the hill. She looked grave and anxious, her cheek rather pale. I knew that her mind was full of her lover and her refusal I had no right to speak, yet I did speak to her about it. First, I told her what Paul had told me, that he loved her and that she would not aocept him, for a reason. "Did he tell you the reason?" ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 28 March 1895

A GOOD WINTER DOG. SQUEEZER GOES TO SLEEP IN THE SPRING. Frightened Into Fits at Sight of 'Coons and Croundhogs-Supposed to lie % orthless, But He Lifted the lTort Cage Off the Farsm. "So K'ulky don't freeze over, hay?" asked the man from Cdnesus. ,Pick xr'l. in Keuky, ain't they? Thought to. And perch. To be sure. It's too bad. Now up on Cortesus I'll bet svery picker'l and perch would leave :hat lake only too quick if it didn't breoze over so as they could be lished .or through the ice. It's a good thing 'or him that my dog Squeezeri don't have to come down here and stay! Why, he'd pine away to a shadder 1)o Olre spring-, and very likely never see :he ohnny-jiump-ups come agin. "Squeezer is a winter dog--a geon :no winte" dog. You know that '-roundhog"s and bears and 'coons and retch turn in and go to sleep when winter sets in and sleep till spring :omes back. It's a good thing they lo. for by doin' that they give my dog Squeezer a chance. That do"'ll go .nti fits 'most at the sig...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 28 March 1895

THE BASE BALL FIELD HAPPENINGS AMONG THE PRO FESSIONAL PLAYERS. Eketch of a Famous Outfielder and Bat ter-Capt. Anson on the Necessity for Stringent Playing Rules-Bronther's Proposed Retie Cment. ALTER S. BRO die, the clever out fielder of the Balti more club, comes from a family of ball players, as all Ahis brothers were good players when they were boys,and Stwo of the family, besides himsef, still play ball profess ionally. Walter S. Brodie was born Sept. 11, 1868, at Warrenton, Va., where his father, a merchant tailor, still re sides. Walter went to school in his na tive town until he was 19. In the school there was a nine that was well known throughout that section as the best of the amateur teams. Brodie was the captain and catcher. During the sea sons of 1885 and. 1886, Brodie played with a semi-professional team at Roanoke, Va., and in 1887 left his native state and started on his professional career. He went first to the Altoona club of the Pennsylvania State league. He play...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 28 March 1895

WE ARE INVOICING THIS WEEK. WATCH THIS COLUMN FOR NEW PRICES. YOU MAY FIND 80METHING TO YOUR ADVANTAGE. WEINSTEIN'S I DIPS, SPURS AND ANGLES. Don't overlook the crepe tissue-paper festival on April 5th. C. F. Jacky and J. W. Opp went to Butte yesterday morning. W. L. Hollingsworth has purchased the Fosnot property on Sutter street. The Needlecraft will meet at the home of Mrs. W. L. Brown Friday at 2 p. m. Thomas Treveaille, of Stevensville, is a visitor in Philipsburg and Granite this week. Peter Scherr, of Princeton, was in town Tuesday to give testimony in the Sunrise case. Jay Gould came in last Thursday from ] a pleasant visit to his old home in Rose ville, Illinois. Born.-In Philinsburg. Mont., Sunday, March 24, 1805, to the wife of Orrin J. Quivey, a son. Mrs. H. Kelly arrived in town yester day to join her husband, H. Kelly, the merchant tailor. Frank Statko, one of the original loca.. tors of the Sunrise mine, has been - spending the week in town. Mrs. John B. Walker has be...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 4 April 1895

. THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 10. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. NEW SHEET MUSIC Douglass Club (two-step) ............................. ............. 40c Chariot Race, or Ben Hur (marcb) ........... .......... .......... . 50 Unforgotten Song (vocal) .............................................. 35c Sweet Bunch of Daisies (vocal) ............................. ............... 40c Forgive, Forget Those Angry Words. (vocal)............. ........... 40c Queen of Beauty (instrumental) ............................................. 50c NEW TEI-CENT SHEET MUSIC Wreath of Flowers (instrumental) ............. .................. Apollo Club (march) ........................ .............. . The Star of Hops (vocal)............... ................ Sle6ep, Little Pigeon (vocal) .................................... . Chicago Girl (two ste) ........... ............................ Peace, Troubled Heart (vocal) ............... .................

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 4 April 1895

MAIL. PUBLISHING CO. PHILIPSBURG, : MONTANA. AFEl:a all, the best of us must ad. mit that we take less interest in the big theater hat than in what the hat contains. THE unspeakable Turk may not be wholly bad, as Low Wallace insists, but it is rather an unfavorable time to offer information of that sort. RUssEir, SAAlE explains that the $550,000 he drew from 1he treasury was for a private personal use. Per haps Mr. Sage had a ,lumber's hill to pay. NEW YOla kept the dirtiest streets in the country th19roughout the winter: finally employed 5,(000 outside labor ers to clean thlem, and now won't pay the laborers. Tm Maineo ]egislature decided that people can't die of -heart failure" in that state hereafter. TIhey must have some more specific ailment or go else where to shuffle off. Tr is announced that Bioston atr John L,. Sullivan are permanently c~t tranged. Beans, bruising and beli,: lettre: those three: but the greatest of these is no longer bruising. T'ilt; New York lHecorder sugg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 4 April 1895

SCIENCE UP TO DATE. LATE DEVELOPMENTS IN PRO GRESSIVE FIELDS. A Combined Crushing Mill for Mi.ners of Precious Metals-New Idea in Par lor Cars-An Invention for Home Amusement. NOVEL PASTIME is described as an improved game of skill which may be played and enjoyed S alike by the aid of by young o: old a board, a magnet and a roller of suit a b 1 e dimensions. The board, which may be of any suit able size and shape. has indicated upon its surface by lines, coloring or in any other manner, a straight or sinuous course or a combination of the same, along each side of which a number of stops are arranged, the path being graduated from end to end to a suitable scale, as represented in the accompany ing illustration. The width of the course is the same or slightly greater than the length of the roller working within the same, the game being played by each person placing the steel roller across one end of the course and rolling or drawing it along the course as far as possible by the attrac...

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. — 4 April 1895

MERCHRd i S MINERS NhTIDNAL BANK CAPITAL._$ OOOC. - OFICZgiE : A A 'ýr;)nrrnt'rl...... ... Prehprr nt p F .I V'ýrl. .... . .. .....ý c 'rcr Yirl drlrl 1 It :: 1.1)nlr ii........... ......rl L bi N (' B' 1fy _Irr ... ...... toict a i: i`.tiiier DIRECTORS: I,~ ~~~N 1)0 ,JIaur F £14il ir to to( l u y rne-r Aug. (irenhek ( I E-c):ug EiTtla? · $:1b t Vi ncent r~nl~ PJ!1 PS U..L I3 I lUyiI1SDAY.;S TP4L4 .Sribucri!fliufl RuWru. re;)D.A hrakCJC TAND IN ADYNC EX 6:I.11xy.gla to -eeourfrinds r)nur 'oýoir .j a (Xi O ear . . 4.... 00 IOix rnr ...... ] li' Sir ) yoatir ... 1 i'oriien iif l i.r · .' iidr."I He nituni r-. anj ri n-k of the oborriber, and tit A~l ioný rad- 1,: '-xrirre.- rio lilny (order. post oeizn oney iiordror chek, o roniwordo~r of 1' HE ?TAIL, P'lil) riinrri. o~rarre lrininy. Mont. Addlress, all 1)u one-- co mmuicatrioniio ai, above. EIGhIT PAGES. TJil \("1i t Have. 1erhaps the n-xt and most important matter whhih the iaxnlyers cormmittPe will tats ill Htake i a d :i11j the Jr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 4 April 1895

MACHA. By BO3A MIULHOLLAND. There is a lone upper world among the Connemara hills seldom visited by any wayfarer from the ordinary paths of life. Mountains form bulwarks around it; the gates into it are narrow defiles between rugged crags; the cen ters of its silent valleys are deep lakes, cold and gray as steel or black with the shadow of the rainclouds By the wa ter's margin the dark, sullen earth, with its gorgeous clothing of purple and em broideries of emerald green, upheaves in curious knolls and bosses or stretches away in wind swept levels. The peaks arount take fantastic shapes, and in twilight the place is like some region of hades, where disembodied souls walk in shadow and muse upon the mysteries that death has unfolded to them. Uncongenial as it appears to human life, there are a few inhabitants of this world of silent gloom and barren beauty. Here and there the infrequent traveler will come upon an isolated cabin built of rude stone and roofed with the sod, hardly dist...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 4 April 1895

.FARM AND GARDEN. MATTERS OF INTEREST TO AGRICULTURISTS. Fonme Up to Date Hlints About *tultiva tion of the Soil and Yields Thereof llorticulture, Viticulture and flori culture. Rains : Irrigation : Drainage. It is found by observation that for dry farming to be possible not only must there be at least twenty inchesof rainfall during the year (being that of London, England,) but that the rains be moderate in character and that the temperature be not excessive; also that the rain be of considerable duration to allow of its penetrating the soil and dissolving the constituents in it, which furnish the food for the spe cific plant being grown, says Ir rigation Farmer. For if the rainfall occurs in violent storms of short du ration and falls on an impervious un broken prairie,having considerable de clivity, it runs off into the valleys over the impervious surface, or through the porous soil, if such exists, into the :,treams, leaving the soil dry, the at mosphere hot, and the surface of ...

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

BREEDING OF HORSES. THE GOVERNMENT MIGHT NOW TAKE A HAND. Speed, Substance, Size and Quality Can' Never be Blended By the Present Iltethods of Breeding-Austria Alone Solved the Problem. T IS A LAMENT able fact that SAmerican horses have lost their in dividuality and that many breed ersi n pursuing fads have departed from the paths of reason to such an extent that the average prod act of American studs is below that of almost any other country that could be named. It was a desire to excel in the breed ing of the horse for general purposes which has caused the Austrian govern ment to send commissioners to this country to secure specimens of the trot ting family. Austria already has the finest horse in the world for carriage purposes, and the standard is so high, that visitors can scarcely distinguish between those kept for hire and those owned by private individuals, the gor geousness of the carriage alone being the guide. For many years the Austrian govern ment has been judiciously b...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 4 April 1895

We are still invoicing, but will spare time to show you our new line of Lace Curtains It will pay you to watch this column for the next few wveeks. 1WEINSTEIN'S DIPS, SPURS AND ANGLES. Have you seen Weinstein's adv.? Crepe tissue festival to-morrow night. B. R. Horton, of Stone, was in toan yesterday. Mrs. G. J. Beek is quite ill at her home on lower Broadway. Miss Clara Ries is convalescent from a week's severe illness. Mrs. F. W. Sherman is visiting this week with Mrs. Wm. Ray. The walls of the Episcopal church are undergoing a fresh coat of kalsomine. A. H. Porter, president of the Hope company, is here from St. Louis, Mo. Born-In Philipsburg, Mont., April 1. 1895. to the wife of Wm. Bowen, a son. Don't fail to attend the crepe tissue festival at Kaiser's hall to-morrow night. The Needlecraft will meet at the home of Mrs. E. H. Campbell Friday at 2 p. m. Born-In Philipsburg, Mont., April 2, 1895, to the wife of Joseph Tiefenthaler, a son. The Wednesday German enjoyed a pleasant e...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 11 April 1895

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 11. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. NEW SHEET MUSIC Douglass Club (two-step) . .................. ............... 400 Chariot Race, or Ben Hur (march) .................................. 500 Unforgotten Song (vocal) .............................. .............. 35c Sweet Bunch of Daisies (vocal) ...................................... 40c Forgive, Forget Those Angry Words (vocal)....................... 400 Queen of Beauty (instrumental) ............... ............... ....50c IEW TEN-CEMT SHEET MUSIC Wreath of Flowers (instrumental) .............................. Apollo Club (march) ............ ....... .............. The Star of Hops (vocal) . ................. ................. Sleep, Little Pigeon (vocal) ............................. ........ l col Chicago Girl (two steo) ................................ ..... Peace, Troubled HIeart (vocal) ..................... ......... W aiting for Thee (vocal...

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