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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 2 May 1895

FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. _NTERESTING READING FORI THE YOUNG PEOPLE. Outing and Inningn-A Piece of Ieal Bravery-A MusicIa Genins 1'wo Smart Crows-Curious Ships. If any part of your body is weak; if your lungs tend to consumption. Oc your chest is so narrow that your fainm ily physician tells you to live out-of doors and exercise; or even if your chest is narrow and nobody has the sense or forethought to tell you to go out and exercise-if any of these sup positions of mine are true, you need some one to tell you how to exercise to correct that natural or cultivated physical weakness. If you are weak in any one part of your body, go to a gymnasium instructor, and lie will lay oat a regular course of exer(ise for you, and unless you art very far gone in any one spot, this exercise will do you a world of good. For particular parts of the body, therefore, a. gymna siumi is the proper thing; for general exercise take every chance you c(:n find, and then, if all fail, go to a gym nlasinum. Now a...

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

HISTORYOF THE L.A.W. THE RICHEST ATHLETIC BODY IN THE UNITED STATES. It Was Formed in June, 1880, and Has Enjoyed Fifteen Years of Uninter rupted Prosperity-Out for Fifty Thous and Members in 1890, HE LEAGUE OF American Wheel 'men, which recent ly concluded its an pual meeting in New York, is the most powerful or ganization, both in -point of member chip and financial S tanding, of any of the governing bodies of athletics in this country. It is now in the six tenth year of its existence, having been formed in 1880, when cycling was in its merest infancy and the sport absolute ly without a head. In June of that year a party of wheelmen met at Newpurt, having in view the formation of a con trolling body, and the famous League of American Wheelmen was the result. PRESIDENT WILLISON. 'he promoters at the time had little idea that the organization would in a few years develop its present gigantic proportions. Charles S. Pratt of Boston was select ed as the body's first president, the oth...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 2 May 1895

WEINSTEIN'S Straw Hats: Do You Need One ? Look at Our Display. Summer Shirts: We Have a New and Complete Line. FINEST LINE OF pARASOLS In Town. S hirts Waists == Without Number. WEINSTEIN'S A Belated Industry. In the matter of nut culture the Unit. ed States is far behind the countries of Europe. It is little to our credit that six-sevenths of all the nuts consumed in the United States are imported from abroad, although most nuts of the tem perate and subtropical climates will thrive here as well as as they will in Europe or Asia. The only nut that is cultivated to any extent in our country is the peanut, and it is not a nut at all, but a bean. The reason for this backwardness is probably that the nut trees take a long time to come into bearing and Americans are on the dead run all time to get hold of something that will bring in returns quick. But it is time now to change this policy. Fortunes cannot be made in a day in this republic any longer. The surest living and possibly the h...

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. — 9 May 1895

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 15. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MAY 9. 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. .. ..I I, I i -.- II i. I /I- I· [] _I 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, F.orget 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) ................... ............... 10c. Chicago Girl (two step) ................ .............. ·. Peace, Troubled Heart (vocal)........... ................ W aiting for Th...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 9 May 1895

MAIL PUBLISHING CO. PHILIPSBURG, - MONTANA. A FEW cigarettes, more oc lebs,wit1 a cup of black coffee thrown in, would indc.ibtedly have averted that revolui lion in Peru. WE feel quite safe in saying thai the Pacilic railroads will pay their debts to the government-when apples grow on blackberry vines. FRoxM all accounts sonme of the sacred concerts now being given in Nes York are called sacr-u: because theie is nothing sacred about them. YAI.E' latest attempt to freeze out the university of Pennsylvania arises mainly from the fact that for several years she has been doing her thinking with her feet. Tr is hoped Ihat the weather mar, will take prompt and frigid measuire, loJ discourage the spring poet habit, which has developed alarmingly in the last few weeks. THE late Frederick Douglass was undeniably a handsome old man. lie had as much dignity and impiuessive. mess as ('harles tiumner, who was the ideal statesman in appeara.eee. THERE is nothing French about the Kentucky duel. L...

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. — 9 May 1895

SOME -NEW SENATORS. MEN WHO WILL LEAD AT THE NEXT SESSION. rellman, Elkius, Butlor, Burrows and Thurston of the Incoming Hosts-An Exceptional Array of :New Talent in the Upper House. SHE NEXT UNIT ed States senate will contain an ey ceptionally large numlber of new men, some of SII wlhomn have had no _ -.- _ experience in iegis li i - lative life, but have b'een more or less p rprominent in politi cal affairs. Gov. Tillman, who comes from South Caro lina as successor to M. C. Butler, will of course be a conspicuous figure in the new body. Whether he will exert there the large influence he has enjoyed in his state is yet to be determined, but he will undoubtedly be a positive force, and may be counted upon, we fancy, to "keep things moving," especially in the populist group. Marion Butler, the populist senator from North Carolina, is a gentleman of marked ability and of liberal tenden cies, who has shown' great aptitude for politics, and his friends anticipate for him an honorable an...

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. — 9 May 1895

I ERCHANTS & MINERS NHTIONh BANK $ CAPITAL, $50,000. OFFICERS: A A McDona!ld .................President F .1 Wilson............... Vice President C if Eshbaugh....................Cashier C E HIymer............. Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS: M E H Gannon AA Mc])onald LC Dogenhart F J Wilson F aurfe C E IlHyer Aug. Greenheek t' H Eshbaugh \Vebb Vincent GFNERAL BANXING BUSINESS TRANSAC TED. FOI:EIS(N AND DOMIESTIC Ex CHANGE. --EAlways glad to see our friends. te fRail÷ ONCE: A WEEK. PHILIPSUHCG. TIHURSDAY. MAY 9. Subscription Rates. IN ADVANCE: NOT IN ADVANCE: One ypar.......... $2 () One year..........$3 00 Six months..... . 1 I l) ix months........ 1 50 ForeiCn posttgt, adtded. lien ittances at the risk of the subscriber, and shimld be made by express money order. post office money order or check, to the order of THE MAIL, Pbhilipshnri. Granite C('ounty. Mont. Addresstill business communications as above. At the coining town election there is to be a mayor and three aldermen elect...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 9 May 1895

It Does Not cost Anything To try Parks' Sure Cure. A specific cure of all diseases peculiar to woman. Ask your druggist our guaranteed plan. Sold by M. E. Doe & Co. Anyone who has ever had an attack ef inflammatory rheumatism will rejoice with Mr. J.A. Stumm, 220 Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, over his fortunate escape from a seige of that distressing ailment Mr. Stumm is foreman of Merriam's con fectionery establishment. Some months ago, on leaving the heated work-room to run across the street on an errand, he was caught out in the rain. The result was that when ready to go home that night he was unable to walk, owing to inflammatory rheumatism. He was taken home, and on arrival was placed in front of a good fire and thoroughly rubbed with Chamberlain's Pain Balm. During the evening and night he was repeatedly bathed with this liniment, and by morning was relieved of all rheu matic pains. He now takes especial pleasure in praising Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and always keeps a bottle...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 9 May 1895

FARMI AND GARDEN. MATTERS OF INTEREST TO AGRICULTURISTS. 5fome Up to Date linis About *ultiva lion of the Soil and Yields Thlereof Horticulture, Viticulture and Flori. culture. RIlains : Irrigation: Drainauge. It is found by observation that for dry farming to be possible not only must there be at least twenty inchiesof 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 'or the ispe cific plant being gir wn( . says I-,' rigation Farmer. For if the rainfall occurs in violent storms of short du ration and falls on an impervious en broken prairie.h I ;n;r cdonsiderable de clivity. it runs off into the valleys over the impervious surface, or thlroliugh the por-,u. soil. if such exists, into the streamn,. leaving' the soil dry. the at mosphere hot, and...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 9 May 1895

BREEDING OF HORSES. THE COVE RNMENT MIGHT NOW TAKE A HAND. Speed, Substance, Size and Quality Can Never be Blended By the Present Methods of Breeding--Austrla Alone Solved the Problem. T IS A LAMENT able fact that American horses ,.,have lost their in dividu a lit y and that many breed e r si 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 judicio...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 9 May 1895

WEINSTEIN'S Our Store and the Public might properly be termed: "TWO OLD CRONIES;" they have both been together for some time and have often accommodated each other. This week we have a lot of Shoes which we are selling at less than the regular price. If your size is in the pile we can save you money. LADIES WHITE GOODS Are quite seasonable just now. Our line is complete. Our 65-cent Shirt Waist is a good one. WEINSTEIN'S DAN N. McDONALD DEALER IN .ressed BER inishing A No. 1 Dry......... LATHS ....Always in Stock Washington. - Iled SHITTGLEST W.arranted First Cedar ......... .C (lass............. My stock of Eastern DOORS ....Cannot He Beat I Sell All Kind of WINDOWS At Lowest Prices Rock Springs ...... For eating Has No Blossburg and tlm- '.A Equal......... . berland.............. NFor lllacksmithing AND I Have Fresh....... LIME ..Always on Hand If you are going to build or repair your build ing call on me before going elsewhere: vo will save money. )AN N. MCDONALD. M E EDWARDS DEA...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 16 May 1895

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 16. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. i i m • m m mm INEW TEN-CENT SHEET MUSICI THE PRIZE............................................................................. M ORNING GLEAM S..................................................................... GONDOLAS CRADLE......... .................. ................................. IL BALEN (Mandolin and Guitar)... .. . .. IL BALEN (Mandolin nd Guitr).......................................... FAIRY GLEN (Guitar and Banjo). ....................................................... DRESS PROMENADE (March)................................. VALSE GRACICUSE ............................. 10 GARDENIAS SILVESTRES (Waltz)......... .......... ................ TOREADOR (Waltz).... ........... ............................ BOGATELLE (Polka)... .................................... B OGATELLANE (Polka)....................................... ....... .......... O COME TO ME,...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 16 May 1895

lIIIE ma nagement at Monte Carlo dislikes suicides. They litter up the hi1 ndsonme grounds and di v ert attention - from the tables. \Wrecks are al Imost as o(bnOX ious as suicides. The .management considers them evcen worse than the -:ef-destroyed, as they last longer, ani.i when one manl taps anotlher on ithe shoulder tIand says. " ee that mo<Žre, shabby old fellow over there? vie lost a m!Illion in this room, anti he conmes here to tight his battlee over a n.d over, the sight hai- beent ctrdu <i:ve to low spirit and pol. :,a it omes about that : mute tiarlo taut its corns of tienones. Ihc muajor was one if :Le i:. le was a dapper litt': :ncan f:rom Iich :'caid. "ta.. p d i, . si:;c .:e p:nt doynl .:5is s 1wo,'d ' i.-. ,, Lee h:. - ent 1hi tu- e, for S 1o-:e iu:- l ..'i" the day. 1n a cnm:me:-l hvou in hi. native town. I>:< ;co: :- he paied as an O-'1aen2 - -i.1cIey. here he was -=mch pried f"or !:1-- hchelhrhood, his -gal.Li.ntry and h-. versatility. "There was a Nort...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 16 May 1895

NOTES OF SCIENCE. CURRENT TOPICS OF INTEREST TO ALL. A Plan to Replace Platinum by Alumit num Has Been Suggested-Gates for ?hlladelphil City Hall-Air Brake for $icycles-Minor Mention. PLAN "O RE 6L place platinum by aluminum has been suggested by Mr. Werner Bol ton, who exhibited t t t lamps made with the substitute at the recent meeting of the German Electro - Chemical society in Berlin. The coefficient of expansion of alum inum is much larger than that of glass, and direct sealing is impracticable. The joint between glass and metal is, however, made in the following ingen ious manner: The aluminum is heat ed in a glass tube until it fuses and the envelop of glass fuses around it. When the composite rod (having a glass en velope and an aluminum core) cools, the glass cracks; but this is of no mo ment, as the function of the glass is merely to prevent the aluminum melt ing when it comes to be sealed into the thick glass envelopes which ultimately forms the base of the lamp. The ar r...

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. — 16 May 1895

j ERCHANT8 & MINERS Nh TION L B ANK CAPITAL, $50,000. OFFICERS: A A McDonald..... ............President F. Wilson............. Vice President C TI Euhbangh....................Cashier CE Hymer............. Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS: M E H Gannon Ai A McDonald 1,C Degenhart F J Wilson F M l)urfee C E Ilymnr Aug. Greenheck 1' Ii shbaugh Webb Vincent GENEA.\L BANIKINO ]lUSINESS TRANSAO TED. FOREI(IN AND DO)oIIESTIO Ex C IANOE. r5FAlways glad to see our friends. ONCE A WEEK. PI1ILIPS3UIt.( , THURSDAY. MAY 11. Subscription Rates. IN ADVAINCI: NOT IN ADVANCE: One year ....... ....i2 00 One year .......... A 00 bix nm ,nths........ 00 bix months........ 1 50 lo reigsn postlage added. IHllittances 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 MAllr, Philipshlrg. Granite County. Mont. Address all business conmmunications as above. Saturday night's episode has been the talk of the week, and many are the sto...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 16 May 1895

It Does Not Coat Anythtnr To try Parks' "Suye Cure. A specific cure of all diseases pi.culiar to woman. Ask your druggist our guaranteed plan. Sold by M. E. Doe & Co. Anyone who has ever had an attack of inflammatory rheumatism will rejoice with Mr. J. A. Stumm, 220 Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, over his fortuadte esdapi' from a seige of that distressing ailment Mr. Stumm is foreman of Merriam's con fectionery establishment. Some months ago, on leaving the heated work-room to run across the street on an errand, he was caught out in the rain. The result was that when ready to go home that night he was unable to walk, owing to inflammatory rheumatism. He was taken home, and on arrival was placed in front of a good fire and thoroughly rubbed with Chamberlain's Pain Balm. During the evening and night he was repeatedly bathed with this liniment, and by morning was relieved of all rheu matic pains. He now takes especial pleasure in praising Chamberlain's Pain Balm, and always keeps a bo...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 16 May 1895

KIN 'OF THE MIART R.: AND SHE WANTS TO (HOLD A KENTU.CKY P9OSTOFFICE. irs. 1lelm, of ,St. l.izahbethtown, at Slster of AbitahanI Lincoln's Wife --las Ieen Postoistress for Several Years and Wants to Stay. SN I NT I E R rST ing fight is goinlg o(, just now over the postoflice at S .liza b it h t own, Ky.. Mrs. Emily S Todd Hfilm, a sis U; ter of Mrs. Abra ham lin. ln. is the incu'iunllit and has leoi'in through three administ r at ion s. 'n.oies.fsman Alex. Mi. lltgtillm y of the Pourth district has aski d hIi removal, howeverI, to makle : ay flr Frank Jop lIfn, a. younig man 'i f 22 ye lars and onn of his hinlini'i n. 'l'l niminatiii if J ap lin: is " llu n g ul" in to " '.ln u t' , : n d FlenatoriJr J li ah; kliui'll svtas y13 tlin' gr'at altar oiif lu..glias chiv;talt'y thlat e s]1( h a ll i. ' (n ý,ll liln i !r m d . t , n€4 ' tol' 2,ini's:i,., his i lka iui', is : .p " m"l i st id a,'aith hin ill ti i D tI it:'a rtin it ir; exp.l-e t'- that the nom ination .f .J1 plin will have ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 16 May 1895

FARMI AND GARDEN. MATTERS OF INTEREST TO AGRICULTURISTS. Soome Up to Date hints About Cultiva tlon of the Soil and Yields Thereof Horticulture, Viticulture and Flori culture. The Soil. The Missouri station publishes the following on the conditions and com position of the soil: FORMATION. The soil is primarily a product of the disintegration of rocks, Weather I.nd chemical agencies break these down and the floating power of running water, grinding and pulveriiing the material, carries the particles to lower levels. There the broadening of the streams checks the velocity of the cur rent and the material, so far buoyed up and carried along by the moving water, subsides and forms land. This grows by accretion from year to year until it pushes through the water where occasional overflows add to its height until it escapes eventually even these and becomes the fit abode of man. In this way most of the soils of our state have originated. The process still continues and hundreds of thou san...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 16 May 1895

WEINSTRIN'8 Have You Seen Our odds and ends in the Shoe Line? Look them over; it r will pay you. Fibre Chamois andl g Hair Cloth : Are the latest in linings. We keep . the Latest Children's -A Headwear We have all the nov I elties, both in Hoods, Hats and Caps. EINSTEINS I ,N '.. DAN N. McDONALD DEALER IN Rough &. T.TT ER No. 1 2 1 .re'ssed L TUMBER Finihing A No. 1 Dry......... LATHS ....Always In Stock Washington Rlied flT(~ _. Warranted First Cedar............. SHIN GLE Class............. My stock of Eastern DOORS ....Cannot Be Beat 8 Sell All Kind of WINDOWS At Lowest Prices Rock Springs....... For Heating Has No Blosburg d Cm. Equal.......... berland ............ For B3lacksmithin AND I Have Fresh....... LIME ....Always on Hand If you are going to build or repair your build ing call on me before going elsewhere; youn will save money. DAN N. NcDOINALD, M E EDWARDS DEATEI IN STAPLE AND FANCY GROGERIES FRUI'S. CANDIES, NUTS. (CIGAR1 S TOBACCO, POULTRY AND PRODUCE. Mlasonic Bui...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 23 May 1895

THE PHILIPSB URG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 17. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. .. '.1 IIIII 11 ea l m. n n a a n ie an g e in u n in n uiili m Soda Water = - In Various Flavors From Pure Fruit Juices. PHILIPSBURGNEWS STORE CHAS. WILLI AMS. SHOES! SHOES! SHOES FOR EVERYBODY! * f LADIES, GIRLS, MEN AND BOYS A LARGE STOCK OF NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED. Broadway, Philipsburg. J. C. McLEOD Call and See My Line of SUMMER UITINGS. KELLY, THE TAILOR, Opera House Block, Sansome Street. J. A, AND J. B, FEA'THERMAN, NEW CHICAGO AND DRUMMOND, DEALERS IN FINE GROCERIES, DRY GOODS AND IIARDIWARE, W, A. Wood's Reapers, Mowers and Rakes, HELENA PRICES. Twine Cheaper than Anybody. THEODOREB ANDERSON, LUMBER AND COAL Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Doors, Windows, Building and Tar Paper at Lowest Prices. THE CELEBRATED GALT HEATING COAL LUMP. $8 C. O. D. NUT, $5 C. 0. D. *PENNSYLVANIA ANTHRACITE AND CUMBERLAND BLACKSMITH Neat,Tri m and Attractive applies to ...

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