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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 1 August 1895

BATTLE OF RIVOLI. NAPOLEON SAID HIS LIFE BE GAN THERE. The Short Canmpaign Was the Turning Point of the War and Shaped the History of Europe for Twenty Years Thereafter. ROF. SLOANE'S Life of Napoleon in the Century de scribes the master ly Italian cam paign, in which Na poleon's military genius first won world-wide r e c ognition. Prof. Sloane thus de scribes the bat tle of Rivoli: At early dawn began the conflict which was to settle the fate of Mantua. The first fierce contest was between the Austrian left and the French right at St. Mark; but it quick ly spread along the whole line as far as Caprino. For some time the Austrians had the advantage, and the result was in suspense, since the French left, at Caprino, yielded for an instant before the onslaught of the main Austrian army made in accordance with Alvin czy's first plan, and, as he supposed, upon an inferior force by one vastly superior in numbers. Berthier, who by his calm courage was fast rising high in hip commander's f...

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. — 1 August 1895

ff. FAURE'S GUARD. FRANCE IS CAREFUL OF HER PRESIDENT. Extraordinary Precautions Taken with a -View of Saving Him from the Fate that Overtook tile Late Sadi Carnot Watchful Body-Guards. VER since the as sassination of Pres ident Carnot great precautions have been taken In France regarding the safety of its c h i e f executive whenever that gen tleman appears in public, or while in a triumphal tour. Such a tour Presi dent Faure has just completed, and for his safety a most elaborate guard ac companied him from the moment he stepped into his carriage at the gates of the Elysee, en route, until he stepped out of it upon his return home. Had such careful policing been done a few short months ago, it is quite probable that Jean Francois Marie Sadi Carnot would have been spared to the public. During his journey President Faure's guard consisted, first, of the special brigade of the Elysee palace, a carefully picked body of men composed of four teen inspectors, and commanded by a brigadier...

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. — 1 August 1895

I ERGHANTS & MINERS N 0TIONAL BANK CAPITAL. $50,000. OFFICERS: A A McIDona'l ...... ........ President F.I Wilson........... Vice President (' II Es:ih rlur h .................... nshier. SE Ilyr er. ........... :ssistant C( shieer dDIRECTORS: 1 E If GannCon A A McDonald L C Dotgenhairt F .1 Wilson F 1 Durfoe (' E Hymer Aug. Groe( hk r' nlshbaugh Webb Vincent (14"NERA\L ],%\NIKINtO i USI NESS TOIANSAn\C 'TED. FOIRE;IGN AI{D DOMESTIC Ex 11A NGE. X i *Always glad to sete our friends. OOOO.900 OO .0 +8a O69OO00000 ON/'E A WEEK. 1it.eral I at the. !autaflce at Ph ilipshburg G :raotl:, Caotlyt, M[o liit t as .S'ercond-Class tattlefr Ifor rtsamissi/. Throuah the I ail. THUIISDAY, AUGUST 1, 1895. Su htcri ition Rates. TN AD)YVANCE: NOT N ADYVANCE: (On yTar............3 ) ()ne year.......... W 00 Six ionths........ I 00 Six months........ 1 50 l'oreign pos iage added. Irn imttianes at tihe risk of lthe sunlscriher, and should Ioe made iiit oxpress money order, post office mloney order o...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 1 August 1895

CHAPTER XI. WORDS OF FLAME. A mass meeting. No hall could hold the vast concourse of excited men and women gathered to discuss the labor trouble, which threat ened to spread like fire into the indus tries, and even to give color to the dread of an outburst of communism, which has always been a bugbear to Chicago. Loud of voice and strong of lung, Demagogue Schlossinger roared his de nunciations from the platform with a rude brute eloquence that even struck chords of sympathy in Frank Grey's heart, much as he despised the man. It was a bitter arraignment of the wealthy classes, showing under a glar ing light of savage criticism the job beries and corruptions of public offices. the cruel tyranny of monopolies, the hard, fettered fate of the man who had to work for his daily bread. Vulgar and ill-bred as the fellow was he was a born orator, and when he rose to pas sion in his speech men listened with breathless interest. But a strange thing was to happen. The speaker was in the midst o...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 1 August 1895

"GIVE HER SHEETS." NOW THE CRY OF AMERICAN YACHTSMEN. hbe Defender Will Be Given 3More Than Twelve Thousand Feet of Can vas - Britishers Are Getting Their Eyes Opened. T THE CO.MPLE tion of the interna tional races, Vigil ant - Valkyrie, in 1893, the chief rea son fur defeat ad. vanced by Lord Dunraven, his cap tain (Cransfield), and others inter ested in the suc- ess of Valkyrie, was (fý1i#) .Tr - th e g rea ter sa il sprteau of the Yankee craft. And many ethers who witnessed that soul-stirring last race--the thrash to windward along the Long Island shore and tie run home--said that Valkyrie was un successful only because of her inability to muster the square yards of cloth to ratch the breeze. And it is this short vightedness, or lick of daring, which will surely lead Lord Dunraven to givx' Valkyrie IIlI. a gigantic sail-spread, writes W. T. Hall in Leslie'V Weekly. In 1893 Colonia, Jubilee, and Vigilant (ach carried snmethi ng over 11.300 square feet of canvas, and these 'nor rSo...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 1 August 1895

DEATH OF LINCOLN. NOAH BROOKS' RECOLLECTIONS OF THE TRAGEDY. Ihe President Did Not Want to to to the Theater but Would Not Disap point the Public Which Expected Him That Night. HE afternoon and evening of April 14, 1865, were cold, raw ,and gusty. Dark S clouds enveloped the capital, and the air was chilly with occasional showers. Late in the after noon I filled an ap pointment by call ing on the Presi dent at the White House, and was told by him that he "had a notion" of send ing for me to go to the theater that evening with him and Mrs. Lincoln; but he added that Mrs. Lincoln had al ready made up a party to take the place bt Gen. and Mrs. Grant, who had some what unexpectedly left the city for turlington, New Jersey, writes Noah Brooks. The party was originally planned for the purpose of taking Gen. and Mrs. Grant to see "Our American Cousin" at Ford's Theater, and when Grant had decided to leave Washing ton, he (the President) had "felt in clined to give up the whole thing;" 'but...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 1 August 1895

SWarm Weather Shoes' Reduced i We wish to Close Out Our SStraw Hats. all Styles Sand all Sizes t& w aWINSTRIN'S , DAN N. McDONALD DEALER IN .. ressed LUM BER inisi: A No. 1 Dry......... LATHS .... Always in Stock Washington Red .]U|T.ThL Warranted First Cedar ...........U. . I IJI Class............. My stock of Eastern DOORS .... Cannot Be Beat I Sell All Kind of WINDOWS At Lowcst Prices Rock Springs....... For Heating Has No Blossburg and Cum- 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. MoDONALD. CITY LIVERY STABLES DEGENHART & BEATON, FRED AND SAhE 8TABLES HORSES BOAIRDED. Single and Double Turnouts; First Class Saddle Horses. Omnibus and Transfer Business; White and Black Hearses. Open at All Hours. UPPER BROADWAY, PHILIPSBURG, COLD LEAF BAKING POWDER. 16 OZS TO LB-NOT 12. A Montana Productlon. Absol...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 8 August 1895

STHE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 28. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, TIHURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. Ice Cream and / i Soda Water (Pure Fruit Flavors) PHILIPSBURG NEWS STORE C H AS. WI LLI A M S SPORTSMEN! 0 "+- WE HAVE A FINE LINE OFP--< IHUNTING AND FISHING BOOTS * Get a Pair from J. C. McLeod. SButtons! 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 Kell -" - Opera House Block .. I ie . J. A. AND J. B, FEATH' RMAN, NEW CHICAGO AND DRUMMOND. DEALERS IN FINE GROCERIES, DRY GOODS AND HARDWARE, W. A. Wood's Reapers, J]owers and Rakes, HELENA PRICES. Twine Cheaper than Anybody. THEODORE ANDERSON, DEALER IN LUMB~rER AND COAL Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Doors, Windows, Building and Tar Paper at Lowest Prices. THEl CELEBRATEiD GALT -HEATING C...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 8 August 1895

SMALL BUT SPORTY. THE LITTLE . 4ICHTS FOR REAL SPORTSMEN. A New York Writer Claims That Sail ing Big Yachts Like Vigilant and De fender Is largely a Matter of Ilusi ness-Not Sport. HEN YOU GO out on an excursion steamer to take in one of the America Cup races and you there observe all t h e magnificent yach ts usually cruising about the scene of the con ==) test, you nearly al ways get an irre l iressible inclina tion to feel lik,' a \vry small and unim portant mleml'er v ,f society; you think of all the comfort and independence en joyed by the owner of one of these beau ties; you f,,el that you will never own such a onle yourself', and the inevitable tesult of your pondering is the feeling just allulded to abovey, and the conse qui.nt mnisery ennneeted with this line of reIlections, says a writer in New York I'rPss. ut you should not feel thus, and you fnlod niot feel so, f, r, after all. the yacltsmaln wvho relly I,·st ienjoys his sail is Ihe who sails one of the small craft with ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 8 August 1895

AN EARLY DANDELION. UI: springing from the chilly mold, Dear dandeldion, opening gold, What makes you. pray, so bravely bold? Art not in fear, .a.iiin the snow Will come and lay thy beault low, And count as nought thy Iblooming so8 Brave must you he, with iample faith In what the Spring-hod proniiseth, E'en doubting not one word he saith, Concerning early warmth and rain, Oh, bless yout, flower, and once again May your go-ed faitth be ,tot in vain, Mav you live for mani a dlay, Until your head i. oild anid gray, Faith's sylmbol to the lonely way. ('. .JJ/indlen, in th' Cui'rent. JACKSON OF CHICAGO. I have been employed. by the Great Improvement and Reclaim Company of Mobile, to explore and map cetain lands in Florida lying well down on the edge of the great Cypress Swamp. The company ihad purchased nearly 1,000, 000 acres of wild land in the location 1 have mentioned, and it was necessary for some one to visit it and walk over mbst of the ground before it could be put in the market ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 8 August 1895

j$R3HANrS h M!INjjS CAPITAL $50,O0. I .I I\ilso, ...............Vice Presldelt ('I I il i lhb u ;h .......... . .......... shier SI II ymer ... ...... \ssistut ashier DIRECTORS: M E It (lanunn AA MnDonald LC t'egenhurt F JI \VWilo IF M1 liurfee (' E Hly r Aug. GIreenhueck ' II Lshbalgh Webb Vincent G FNEIl AL BANKIN IIINIHs1NESS 'IIANSAC TED. FOIEIGN AND DL)uOMSTo IC - CIA NUE. CZ 'Always glad w see our friends. ONI'E A WEEK. Entfered oat the l'ostnfolce at Philipaburg (crastile Colunty. Montana, ats Second-Cluss Mauter for TralnsSission Tihrosugqh the Mail. 'TIUIISI)AY. AUGUST 8, 1)195. Subscription Rates. TN ADVA NCIE: NOT TN ADVANCE: One year........ $., 01) One year.......... $ 00 Six months....... I 0 Rix months........ 1 50 Foreign posta.iu slddil. IRenittances at the risk of the subscriber, and should be made by express money ordo:, post oilice money order or check, to the order of TIlE MAIL, Philipshnlr. G(ranite ('ounty. Mont. Addressall busIllless councllllll ations as abo...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 8 August 1895

~r- COPYR/6HT 09 5 ' " CHAPTER XIV. MR. I)ODD'S FRIEND. "Missus! Missus!" Corporal Whitford shouted one sunshiny morning, as he was polishing his face, soldier-fashion, with soap and water, over a big tub in his back yard. "Missus! There's some one a-hamnmerin' away at the front door -can't you hear 'un?" "Some dratted book agent,Oi reckon," remarked the angry dame, as she put aside her irons and hurried to answer the summons. But the good woman had no sooner drawn back the door, with mouth al ready open to give the intruder an im patient reception, than she gave a little shriek of astonishment that startled the corporal in the back kitchen. "'Why Jacob Gregson!" she gasped, when breath would come. Yes, it was he. "Your dearly- beloved cousin sure enough." the irrepressible visitor ejaculated, seizing her hand-and wring ing it effusively. "Do you take me for a spook, Bess?" "Oi'm welly addled wi' wonder at seein' yer." "Then I'll invite myself in, as you don't seem to have wits enou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 8 August 1895

THE CHALLENGE. t heard to day ul!,i the street, lWherie begr sai ' l a iii e''cS song, & note, a tonle, so iuoniironis vwest, Thti I sto id silent il thi thlrong. But, ah, I saw not tho)e swho 'mi I hear d not thl(ir wItld l ;i lriaitl: & thousand voic::, rotndl me r1 ng, And sweeti l ' still, onle ii i 'o s call, For which I'd change the fainte of men. Mly tal ih itlo )sed like Pilgrimn s thrall; I fed my hutigry heart again: I saw iy bohl hod Ime andl all-I And heard thei h kbinthirls. -. t.,.lltug, ýih A Imyriatd forms: the pine, like -pears Shot throuh the after-sunset' re'd: The murllllky diskl star-pnlli liii(e : 'T'he laey kinle along the lanes:p Thel schooil-house duni: itie vtiltage spire: The home bent, t dusty harvist folks: The cornlliids l!ntrt \VlibI .misu 't lire: S iiis i tllour ryst bell ath the oaks. We herd (Ie latekhirnis, nei tling, sing The r ePoners ,Upn th of e railg the ThusAngl f tutor er d Savase. Willh ever h(o)ering. unseen hand Are lRashtd ulon ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 8 August 1895

FARM AND GARDEN. MATTERS OF INTEREST TO AGRICULTURISTS. Some Up-to-Date Hints About Cultiva tion of the Soil and Yields Thereof Horticulture, Viticulture and Flori culture. HE Missouri crop report issued last week says: The drouth in the cen tral and northwest sections has been broken by good rains and from one to two inches has fallen over most of the southwestern counties, greatly improving the con dition of all crops. In a num of the northeastern counties the rainfall for the week exceeded three inches, but over most of the southeast section the weather continued dry and at the close of the week, wheat, oats and grass were still suffering for rain in a number of the southern coun ties. Water is still scarce in some lo calities. Chinch bugs are doing much damage to wheat in a number of the central and western counties and a few fields have been plowed up. Consider able damage by Hessian fly is reported in some of the southeastern counties. Oats are now generally doing well, ex cep...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 8 August 1895

Straw Hat . Is a thing of comfort Shis warm weather, 0 but they become a nuisance when cold n weather begins. For that season we offer t -4 all 25c. and 35c. kind for 15c.; the 50c. kind < for 25c. All others in proportion. o An odd line of brown overalls for 40c. per . pair. If you are in want of either, call at . W INSYRI . T T Yý Y4 ýý Y VI T ýCc/ . Kcye~eucý?rý/ DAN N. McDONALD DEALER IN Rough& TYY IW '.U No I 2, 3 n.. ressed LUlW B i.. tnishing A No. 1 Dry......... LATHS ....Always in Stock Washington lied T TITflTP0 Warranted First Cedar.. ..... ... SHIN GtL .Class............. -My stock of Eastern DOORS .... Cannot Be Beat I SellAll Kind of WINDOWS At Lowest Prices Rock Springs....... For Heating Has No Blossburg and cum AL 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. McDONALD. CITY LIVERY STABLES D...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 15 August 1895

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 29. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. II III, ,_1._~..._~_ - _ ~ ~ _ _I II I Ice Cream and Soda Water (Pure Fruit Flavors) PHILIPSBURG NEWS STORE CHAS. WILLIAMS: SP ORTSM EN! S- WE HAVE A FINE LINE OF' *+ý SHUNTING AND FISHING BOOTS 0 G Get a Pair from J. C. McLeod. 0 -J 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 - -Kelly - - Opera House Block -..... H. Kelly. J. A. AND J. B, FEATHRRMAN, NEW CHICAGO AND DRUMMOND. DEALERS IN FINE GROCERIES, DRY GOODS AND HARDWARE, W,1 A. Wood's Reapers, MIowers and Rakes, HELENA PRICES. Twine Cheaper than Anybody. THEODORE ANDERSON, DEALER IN LUMBER AND GOAL Rough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Doors, Windows, Building and Tar Paper at Lowest Prices....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 15 August 1895

CORNER OF ODDITIES. ODD, QUEER AND CURIOUS PHASES OF LIFE. A Pillar of Fire by Night Seen-Strange Story of a Cofin-A Girl's Remarkable Dream-Lightning Strikes Twice in the Same Place. F I'M DREAMING, only dreaming, Oh, do not break the spell, For I'm dreaming, sweetly dream ing, Of that love he ne'er would tell. If I'm dreaming, only dreaming. Then do not let them break, For the saddest hours in life to me Will be those in which I wake. If I'nm dreaming, only dreaming, Then let me here remain In this land, sweet, sweet, visions. Bound down with love's sweet chain. If I'm dreamin'g, only dreaming, XW hy should I wish to try To roll back the curtains of sleepland, And let the visions fly? If I'm dreaming, only dreaming, 0, forever, let them last, For the sweetest hours in life to me Are those in dreamland past. r I'm dreaming. only dreaming, Then here, 0, let me stay, For I'm dreaming, sweetly dreaming, Of the words he ne'er would say. If I'm dreaming, only dreaming, Thent forever let...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 15 August 1895

IARTI AS A LOVER. THE CUBAN PATRIOT LOVED UNWISELY. 618 REPORTED DEATH AT HE HANDS OF THE SPANIARDS Occurred on the Same Day on Which the Woman to Whom He Was De voted Was Married to Another-The Man's Romantic Career. N the day that Jose Marti, the Cuban revolutionist, is said .. I to have fallen with a gaping wound in:his throat, the woman he had loved pas i sionately but hope lessly -was married to aniother. He had first met her in New York City, where she had been one of his pupils. She was of Spanish descent, an orphan, well connected, a clever mu sician and an amateur song writer. Marti had been recently appointed Con sul for Argentine and Uruguay in New York, but he continued to teach Spsn ish history and art. A widowed mother and several sisters in Cuba were de pendent upon him, and he was com pelled to employ every meaes to secure a sufficient income. Scardcely had he familiarized himself with the duties of his Consulship when the agitation for Cuban revolution broke out. Cl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 15 August 1895

I KERGHRNiTS & MINERS NhTIONBh BANK CAPITAL, $50,000. OFFICERS: A A MlcDonas d...............President 1F.1 \Vils n ............. Vice President I' I Ei,hirugh............ Cashier C E lymer.K.... ....... Assistant Cashier OIRECTORS: 31 1It G(annon A A McDonald SDl)egenhart F J Wilson FM I)Durfee C EI Hynoer Au. (lreenheck (' Ci Eshhbatgh WVebb Vincent GmNpEAT, .\sINKINO ]]USINE.SS TnIANSAC 'TE. TOI:i:(iN AND DOxMESTIC Er CIL. ANE. . ' Always glad to see our friends. OS('E A WEEK. l..etredl at the I,.toffice at Philipshttrg (;r'tii'e Coa.sl. Mtontnai ua.s Seconud-Clase A[/ltrfer for TrarIontission Througeh the Mail. 'TIIU RIIDAY, AUGUST 15, 18915. Suibscription Rates. IN ADVANCE: NOT IN ADVANCE: (inrs year........... 2 0;) One year.......... $3 00 Six monr ths ....... 1 0 Six months........ 1 50 'oreign postage adled. Ile,,ittances at the risk of the subscriber. and should he made by exprres m oney order. post oifice money order or check, to the order of TIIE MAIL, Philipshlnr. G...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 15 August 1895

" COP'.OPYRqT c 95 CHAPTER XVL DRAINITG THE CUP OF SORROW. Winter-one of the hardest, bitterest winters known to the memory of man has bound the semi-arctic region of Lake Superior in its frozen grasp. Snow lies to an unheard of depth. Ani mals perish miserably in the woods, while human beings scarcely less wretched groan under the fierce rigors of this northern clime, the rich only being in a ppsition to hybernate with comfort. During the, long, light night the howl of wolves is heard, driven to the doors of their natural enemy, man, by the pangs of hunger. Black care shrouds in gloom the once happy home of the prospector, who sits in his snug parlor, haggard and wan, gazing dejectedly at the portrait of his darling lost boy. On the wall hangs a big-printed poster, which reads: "ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS REWARD. "Lost. a boy five years of age. Has light' curling hair, blue eyes and the scar of a burn under his left arm below the elbow. Wore when missing a black cloth knickerbocker suit,...

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