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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 11 July 1895

SLOE-EYED BELLES. THE CUBAN GIRLS JEALOUSLY GUARDED BY DUENNAS. 'At Thirteen and Fourteen Years They Are Courted and Marry-Old Malds Past Twenty Years Are Passe-Sunday Evening Promenade, T IS AUTHORI tatively stated that in the Cuban cal endar there are no fewer than 250 hol idays, Sunday in cluded, in which nobody is expected to do any work neither the man servant nor the maid servant, nor the ox, nor the ass, nor, perforce, the stranger within the ates. As everywhere in Spanish America, Sunday is the gala day of the Weesk, distinguished by the universal donaing of good clothes, added brill iancy to the coloring of every street scene- increased activity of billiard sa loons, boisterousness of masquerade processions, and noisy persistency of lottery ticket venders; everybody re ligiously begins the festive day with matin and mass; but the accommodat ing clergy get through with all that by 10 a. m., leaving plenty of time for promenading in the plaza, horse-rac ing, cock-fighting, th...

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. — 11 July 1895

SCIENTIFIC SCRAPS, SOME RECENT INVENTIONS AND DISCOVERIES. One of Nature's Stereotype Plates-A Chicken House Made of Sod-Cut of the Moving Tabernacle-Acids and Al kalies-Notes of Industry. NE of the great difficulties that sur .attempting to fol l low the lines of old OF surveys is the dis NATuSE$ appearance of old XrFo- landmarks. This may occur from * 4 heedlessness of man or the forces of na ture. An example of the latter is shown in the accompanying cut. It shows with some degree of accuracy the perfect stereotyping that nature is capable of executing, though she takes years to accomplish the task. In 1834 the United States government surveyor made surveys of certain lands in Florida, and, as is the custom, noted corners and angles by blazing the trees and marking on them with gauger's tools the range, township and section numbers, says the New York Sun. The surveyor employed by the Florida Land and Lumber company of Volusia coun ty,Florida,recently during the course of an exami...

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. — 11 July 1895

TWAE very well know you will not buy Summer Goods next Winter. We recog- - nize that now is the lj time to sell Oxfolrd o , Shoes, and offer as an Sinducementa discount . of 30 per cent. on any:, pair of Misses' Oxford -Shoes. in our store; .'also a Special Price thas been put on every ° pair of Misses' Ieeled Shoes we have, with i the object in view of h closing them out. WKINSTEIN'8 DAN N. McDONALD DEALER IN .. b LU MVBER i° 1. , A No. 1 Dry........ LATHS ....Always In Stock Washington lied u].TTIT _" IVWarranted First Cedar............. llS INGU.lI Class............ My stock of Eastern DOORS.... Cannot Be Beat I Sell All Kind of WINDOWS At Lowest Prices Rock Springs....... COAL For Heating Has No Blossburg and C- qual. . berland.............. For Blacksmithing 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; you will save money. DAN N. McDONALD. CITY LIVERY STABLES DEGENHART & BEATON, FRED ND...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 18 July 1895

"THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 25. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1895. PRICE: F'IVE CENTS. Ice Cream and Soda Water i (Pure Fruit Flavors) PHILIPSBURG NEWS STORE CHAS. WILLIAMS: SPORTSM EN! *i AWE HAVE A FINE LINE OF i--W IHUBTING AND FISHING BOOTS * CGet a Pair from J. C. McLeod. Buttons! Buttons! Having received machinery and sup plies for the manufacture of buttons, I am now prepared to make all kinds and sizes of cloth buttons to order. Fancy buttons for dressmakers' and tailors' use supplied on the shortest notice. Fine Merchant Tailor - - H Kelly. - Opera House Block J. A. AND J. B, FEATHERMAN, NEW CHICAGO AND DRUMMOND. DEALERS IN FINE GROCERIES, DRY GOODS AND HARDWARE, W. 1, Wooa's Reapers, ]Vlowers and Rakes, HELENA PRICES. Twine Cheaper than Anybody. THEODOR E ANDERSON DEALER IN LUMBER AND CGOAL Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Doors, Windows, Building and Tar Paper at Lowest Prices. THEt CELEBRATIED GALT HEtATING COAL *PENNSYLVANIA ANTHRA...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 18 July 1895

WHITECHAPEL TODAY THE RIPPER'S CRIMES HAVE MADE A CHANGE. STILL THE FAM OUS DISTRICT IS VERY WREIIT( IIED. In Ex-Delctive Giidle anu American Writer Throughi the Haunts of the Thieves andt Receivers of Stolen Goods, )OWAIRD larshall, anI IVneri 'an, has tour of the White chapel district in London, and writes as follows for the American Press of the condition of 4 that place to-day: / \ I rode into hell on the top of an omni b/ ous. I entered through Aldgate and met a guide-an ex-Seotland Yri'd detective-at the cor ner of Lemnan street and Whitecha-lel district, which was once probably the most thoroughly vicious area in the world. as it is still probably the mnost wrotched. Lemanl street and Con-lmer cial road meet Whitechaplel road to gether, and the three thoroughfares make a junction that is not equaled even in London. Thirty thousand wretched women roam the district, and those corners form its most prominent s.pot. Jack the Riplper probably loitered in their whereabouts, as he s...

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. — 18 July 1895

CORNER OF ODDITIES. ODD, QUEER AND CURIOUS EVENTS RECORDED. Staked His Body Against 8100 - A Woman Mistaken for a Wolf-Gold at a Discount-Woman Scared Speechless -Fourteen Daughters. OWN ON THE links where the lark's on the wing, Where bobolinks sway on the weeds as they sing, Where daisies and buttercups d o t the green grass, And nod 'neath the glance of the players who pass Down on the links far away from the masses, The golfers are playing with mashies and brassies. Down on the links they're addressing the ball, .rhe air's full of Gaelic as Scotch cad dies call; There are putters and drivers and nib licks and spoons, And bunkers and lofters and cleeks on the dunes Down on the links dudish chappie and dame, Are playing the royal, the fashionable game Down on the links now the ball they are putting, (The word is pronounced just as if it were "butting") And each Anglo-maniac feels nearly dead, For collars are wilted and faces are, red Down on the links they have just mobbed a ninny...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 18 July 1895

EiRRICHAT8 & MIEKRS NATIONRL BANK CAPITAL.$50,00. OFFICERS: AA A:cDo::io 'd..... ...... President F .1I W ilson ................Vice President C It Eshbauglh......... ....... Cashier C E ymor............. Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS: M E I[ Gannonn A A McDonald L , Degenhart F J Wilson F M Durfeo C C Ilynmer Aug. Greenlieck ' it Elshbaugh Webb Vincent G( NERAL BANKING ]BUSINESS THANSAc nED. FOREIonl AND DOMESTIG EX CH.IANGE. A.kAlways glad to see our friends. g l e 3ait1 ONCE A WEEK. ltlr, att the Pos/nt/lce at Philipsoburg (tlsits Coollu/, Monianat, as S*econd-Chlass 3Mtn trfor eTransmission Through the Mail. PILILIPSBU(iG, THUIISDAY, JULY 18. Snhbsripltion Rates. /N ADV.iANCiE: NOIT IN ADVANCC: Oue .ye sr. ....N:2 00 One year..........A 00 Six months .... .. I Il I Six months........ 1 50 l'oiigen postage addel. It/vittances at ithe risk of the snbscriber, and ishouild be made by exlPross money order, post otfime money order or check, to the order of TIlE MAIL, Philipshlrg. Gr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 18 July 1895

-_ CoYRiCHT /d 9-5 I CHAPTER VIII REVENGE IS SWEET. For six weeks things went on from bad to worse at the Whitford house for, though Dodd no longer annoyed Elsie with his loathsome attentions, it was apparent that his hold on the old people was daily becoming stronger, and she felt that it was only a question of time when the renewal of the trouble woe.%'" 'cotce; so every waking hour was full of anticipated misery. Thus the weary days dragged on. As the spring advanced into summer, which it does with a rush in this re gion, the unhappy girl's only recrea tion was to indulge, as Grey had done, in long, solitary, moody walks, not alto gether wholesome for one so young and naturally cheerful. On such a ramble, one Saturday aft ernoon, she had sought the retirement of a pleasant valley, in the mlust of which was an abandoned mine, whose treacherous shafts were dangerous to strangers, but to her possessed no peril. Tired-ah, she soon got tired now she sat down on a big bowlder behind a ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 18 July 1895

EXCELS WITH BRUSH. CHASE IS AMERICA'S FORE MOST PAINTER. His Produetions Have Carried Away the Gold Medals at the Notable Exhibi tions of the Year-Chosen to High Honors. ILLIAM M. CHASE president of the So ciety of American Artists and a mem ber of the National Academy of Design, has been a man of note-a painter who provoked discus sion, an artist who excited admiration - ever since his work was first exhibited In New York. Close observers of the works of artists put on public exhibi tion have for ten years past seen that Mr. Chase was at once marvelously in dustrious, genuinely sincere, and always consistent in his performances. They have, therefore, anticipated what was inevitable that a time would quickly come when the general public and this artist's professional colleagues would acknowledge in him a leader, and grant to him a position somewhat higher than that held by any one else. The result of the many public exhibitions of this sea son is that this acknowledgment and this po...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 18 July 1895

IN A CAVE OF DEATH. MOST FAMOUS OF ALL THE RESTAURANTS IN PARIS. Beer Di'unk from Human Skulls Coffins Instead of Tables - Horrible Death Scenes Used to Decorate the Walls-Just Like Paris. ITUATED ON THE Boulevard de Clin chy, not very far from the Moulin Rouge and the Rat Mort, the quarter 'where journalists, artists, and their models. are mostly to be found, and surrounded on all sides by cafes and concert saloons, is a somber and dismal looking building, the front of which is painted a handsome black. A boy in deep mourning stands upon the side walk and distributes cards, says the Paris correspondent of an eastern pa per. The door is hidden by black hangings sewn with silver tears. You push the hangings back, and step into a spacious, darkened room, where a few candles g've an impressive twilight. A dozen coffins on supports replace the ordinary cafe tables. It is the Cafe of Death, the latest thing in Paris of the fin de siecle order. Thursday nights are reserved for the beau mo...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 18 July 1895

WE have a few Misses' Oxford Shoes (both in Tan and Black) which we wish to sell ,' before snow flies at 30 0 Discount. " 1 We have a table cov ered with Straw Hats at 25c. each, and one A covered with Straw . Hats at 50c. each. Men's Boots at $2.50 o per pair on the Shoe g Bargain Table, and . Ladies' Shoss from STh5c. per pair up. WKINSTRIN 8 tT h DAN N. McDONALD DEALER IN HoughSd &LUVIBER Nodi. .. uressed Finishing A No. 1 Dry......... LATHS .... Always in Stock Washington Red R Tl N Warranted First (Cedar....... .... .. lll I Class............. My stock of Eastern DOORS . . Cannot Be Beat I SellAll Kind of WINDOWS At Lowest Prices Rock Springs. For Heating Has No Blossbnrg and C Orn- Equal ................ berland .............. For Blacksmithing 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; yon will save money. DAN N. 1McDONALD. CITY LIVERY STABLES DEGENHART & BEATON, FRED AND SALE 8...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 25 July 1895

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 26. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, TIIURSDAY, JULY 25, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. Ice Cream and Soda Water (Pure Fruit Flavors) PHILIPSBURG NEWS STORE H AS. WILLIAMS H,,- N . -CHAS. WI LLIAMS f 0SPORTSM E N! * ' WE HAVE A FINE LINE OF ,--' HUNTING AND FISHING BOOTS Get a Pair from J. C. McLeod. Buttons! Buttons! Having received machinery and sup plies for the manufacture of buttons, I am now prepared to make all kinds and sizes of cloth buttons to order. Fancy buttons for dressmakers' .and tailors' use supplied on the shortest notice. Fine Merchant Tailor - - - - Opera House Block~ - ..Ken 11ii e y. s 4 44 4 4 4 ý4 4 4 f 4 4 J. A. AVND J, B, FEAT1'HERMAN, NEW CHICAGO AND DRUMMOND. DEALERS IN FINE GROCERIES, DRY GOODS AND HARDWARE, W, 11, Wood's Reapers, JViowers and Rakes, HELENA PRICES. Twine Cheaper than Anybody. THEODORE ANDERSON. DEALER IN LUMBER AND COAL Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Doors, Windows, Building and Tar Paper at Lowest ...

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. — 25 July 1895

DAUGHTER. OF "ANDY." A FORMER WHITE HOUSE MIS TRESS' LAST YEARS. A Correspondent Chats with Mrs. Martha Johnson Patterson at Her Home in Greenville. Tenn.-She Prac ticed Economy. STRANGER WIHO might chance to spend a few hours in the town of Greenville, Tenn., would undoubt edly consider it a very pretty pleasant little S mountain town, writes a corres pondent of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, but he would probably be surprised to learn that a lady who was formerly mistress of the White House was living in it. If his attention was called to a low, sloping roofed, two-story brick house, the front door of which opens directly out upon the pavement of the street, he would consider it a neat, old-fashioned south ern residence, but he would doubtless be astonished to learn that it was formerly the family residence of Presi dent Andrew Johnson, and that its present occupant is Mrs. Martha John son Patterson, President Johnson's only surviving daughter. Mrs. Patterson is a pleasant-faced, mi...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 25 July 1895

SHOCKED ON A FENCE. INGENIOUS NEW JERSEY FARM ER USES ELECTRICITY. By Attaching It to the Wires on His Fence, He. Finds That Tourists Are Not Likely to Intrude on His Premises. HE GENIUS OF Thomas A. Edison pervades all the Oranges and per meates even Mont clair. Lately the commuters have made electrocution a specialty, says New York World. Capt. John Fell, who served in the war and later in the Third Battalion of the Orange mili tia, and who lives at Harrison and Eagle Rock avenues, West Orange, has in front of his farm an old-fashioned fence, just the thing to sit on. Within half a block of the house is the ter minus of the Orange trolley road. Fif teen thousand persons go out there on fine Sundays to ruralize and to scale the heights of Eagle Rock. But be fore doing this everyone of the 15,000 sits for a few minutes on Capt. Fell's fence. Whenever the captain comes out and swears they only laugh at him. The captain recently put a line of barbed wire on the top of the fence, but t...

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. — 25 July 1895

MERCHANT8 &. MINERS NhTION L BANK CAPITAL, $50,000. AA McDona'd ..............President lF J Wilson ..............Vice President (C It Eshbaugh.............. .. Cashier C E Hymer............. Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS: ME H Gannon AA McDonald L L)egenhart F J Wilson F M l)urfee C E Hymer Aug. ireenheck (' H 1shbaugh Webb Vincent GFNEIAL BANKING BJUlsSINEss TRANSAC TED. FOREIGN AND DOMIESTIC EX CHANGE. M"Always glad tuo see our friends. ONCE A WEEK. En'tered at the Pstoofflce at Philipsburg Gratnite Cousntyl, Moltana, as Second-Class Matter for TransmissionL Through the Mail. PIILIPS3UIliG, THURSDAY. JULY 25. Sublscripltion Rates. IN ADVANCE: NOT IN ADVANCE: One year.......... 2 'I) One year....... $3 00 Six months........ 1 00 Six months........ 1 50 Foreign postage added. Renmittances at the risk of the subscriber, and should be made by express money order, post office money order or check, to the order of TIlE H1AIL, Philipsburg. Granite County. Mont. Address all business co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 25 July 1895

-s' COPYRIGNHT as5. s  CHAPTIt lx.. A CHICAGO INTERIOR. "I don't know what to say about buying so much on credit, George. It is very nice to have so many pretty things about the house, but this easy seeming installment plan may lead into deep waters. There's the quarter ly payment on the house and lot, the assessments for insurance in the Mutual company, and sixty cents a week on the sewing machine-still the books are'very elegant, and-" The speaker pgused, standing with her babe in her arms looking wistfully at her husband, a perfect type of an American mechanic's wife, young, strong, healthy, handsome, and, what would be considered in other countries, educated utterly beyond her sphere. The interior of the room was worthy of the pen of a Wilkie. Humbly, though cozily furnished, the floor covered with a substantial rag carpet, the walls adorned with pretty chromos, a huge Connecticut clock ticking merrily in the corner, a cheerful wood stove radiating warmth and light from its glo...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 25 July 1895

THE IDEAL HEAD. ELLO! TWHAT'S this ?" John Ainsworth stooped to pick up a gold cross, which was lying on the sidewalk outside his office door. Be ing intent on his morning duties, he put it in his waist coat pocket without further thought, for he was a busy man, the editor of a great daily paper. The small portion of his time which was not spent in the sanc tum of his office was devoted to his snug rooms in a large apartment house; It was there that he gained what little rest and pleasure his busy life afforded him. John Ainsworth was in every sense of the word a man of culture and refinement, with very little fondness for society. In fact, he had studiously avoided the other residents of the house and perhaps it was for that reason that he scorned the elevator, preferring to bound up the marble stairs to his cozy rooms on the third floor. This habit greatly amused his young brother, Elliott, who shared his home and any other comforts that the gods or John provided. Elliott was a la...

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. — 25 July 1895

HOBART'S STRING, TROTTERS AND RUNNERS OF CHOICE BREEDING. The Young Harvard Sophomore Is De voted to Fast Horses-His Blooded Stock Iincludes Some of the Bluest Blood on the American Turf. ALTER Scott Ho bart, the young mil lionaire of Boston, who has attracted such wide attention by his purchases of speedy horses, hap pens to be a sopho more at Harvard. In the lingo of the university he has a snap course. Mr. Hobart is a good looking young man, on the sunny-side of twenty-five. He dresses elegantly and in excellent taste, is a prime favor ite at the Country club, and promises to develop into one of the best polo players in the east. He is a son of the late W. S. Hobart of California, who owned the famous trotting stallion Stamboul, 2:071/, afterward sold at auc tion in New York to E. H. Merriman for $41,000. The late Mr. Hobart also had iij his collection Alma Mater, the dam of Alcantara and Alcyone, for whom he paid $15,000, and Nancy Lee, the dam of Nancy Hanks, 2.04. From this tr...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 25 July 1895

Warm Weather JShoes Reduced S300 o o - We wish to Close Out Our Straw Hats. . al Styles and all Sizes uWINSTRIN'S DAN N. McDONALD DEALER IN Rough &laU MBE'° Fin 1i12, 3. .Dressed LUI BER No 12ng A No. 1 Dry......... LATHS .... Always in Stock Washington lied OflIRTI 1T Warranted First Cedar .............o SHINGLES[1 Class............. My stock of Eastern DOORS .. Cannot Be Beat I Sell All Kind of WINDOWS At*Lowest Prices Rock Springs ...... A For Heating Has No Blossburg and Cum- CO L Equal......... ...... berland .............. For, Blacksmithing 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; you will save money. DAN N. MoD6ONALD. CITY LIVERY STABLES DEGENHART & BEATON, FEED AND SALE STABLES HORSBS BQARDED. Single and Double Turnouts; First Class Saddle Horses. Omnibus and Transfer Business; White and Black Hearses. Open at All Hours. UPPER BROADWAY, PIIILIPSBURG, COLD LEAF BAKING POWDER....

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

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 27. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. ---------.;---~~-~~..~---"---- - -- -----·-- - .------- ------ _zl_- - Ice Cream and E Soda Water I( (Pure Fruit Flavors) " PHILIPSBURG NEWS STORE CHAS. WILLIAMS SSPORTSMEN!Y -- WE HAVE A FINE LINE OF'-'-. HUNTING AND FISHING BOOTS Get a Pair from J. C. McLeod. Buttons! Buttons! Having received machinery and sup plies for the manufacture of buttons, I am now prepared to make all kinds and sizes of cloth buttons to order. Fancy buttons for dressmakers' and tailors' use supplied on the shortest notice. Fine Merchant Tailor - - - Opera House Block-.. I . Kelly. 4444"E4f4¢{'44$$$$ 5 ¢4 4.4ýi4!5#ý'~F~h 5~~4"~~~g~ppfppa J. A. AND J. B, FATI'HERMAN, NEW CHICAGO AND DRUMMOND. DEALERS IN FINE GROCERIES, DRY GOODS AND HARDWARE, W, A. Wood's Reapers, iMowers and Rakes, HELENA PRICES. Twine Cheaper than Anybody. THEODORE ANDBRSON, DEALER IN LUMBER AND COAL Rough and Dressed ...

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