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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 15 August 1895

'SCIENCE UP TO DATE. RECORD OF RECENT INVEN TIONS AND DISCOVERIES. The Unicycle Is Being Perfected-An Interesting and Instructive Problem in Popular Science-Piercing a Nickel -More Spots on the Sun. 1 NOVEL unicycle invented by a Frenchman named Ganthier. A good idea of its construc tion may be ob tained from the ac companying picture taken from Cassiers r Magazine. Many at tempts have been made during the last few years to construct a practical unicycle, and this is probably the best specimen yet produced. The diameter of the wheel is a little more than six feet, and the spokes are all bent in one direction, so that the riders' center of gravity is below the center of the wheel. This device is an interesting novelty, but its coming into general use is doubt ful. No data have been given as to the speed of the wheel. Cholera P'recautions. Cholera has again broken out in the East. The Mecca pilgrims are experi encing a severe visitation. Constanti nople is alarmed. St. Petersburg re p...

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. — 15 August 1895

VICTIMS OF JOKES. STORIES OF PEOPLE WHO ORIG INATE HOAXES. How the Late P. T. Barnum Fooled People and fow He Was Fooled-The Big London Hoax-A Joker In the Mines. D-DAY'S genera tion is familiar with the accounts a .of profitable hoaxes perpetrated on gul lible members of the community by S crafty advertisers offering for 50 cents "a superbly exe ~O cuted steel engrav ing of George Washington," and sending to the vic tim a 2-cent stamp bearing a steel like ness of the immortal George, or that equally profitable advertisement which stated that, for half a dollar, any one would be taught how to write without pen and ink, and the unsophisticated sent in his money, only to be told to write with a lead pencil. These and many more devices to catch the guileless members of society are all well known, but the interest that attaches to them does not surpass the extraordinary hoaxes perpetrated by notable characters in other days. There was Barnum, he whose name will be forever associated wit...

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. — 15 August 1895

Only A few Misses' Ox- . ford Shoes left; 30 per cent. discount takes them. A Few • Pairs of brown over- o Z ails, a little shop worn, but the price is only 40 cents. 1 e Don't Want any straw K' hats next winter and offer them now at cut prices. The 50c. kind only 25c; I thte 25c.and 35e.kind ` , only 15c. They are worth the money .,. for only one day's wear. You know weaer. Splace. - WRINSTRiN'S8 DAN N. McDONALD DEALER IN ough L& L B.IER No. 1, 2, .. cresseed -a Fintishing A No. 1 Dry......... LAT .... Always n Stock Washington lied fITII1T OT Warranted First Cedar............. IIL. TjUIE :Class............. My stock of Eastern DOORS .... Cannot Be Beat I SellAll Kind of At Lowest Prices Sock Springs... COL For Hoating Has No lossburg and Cum- E qual ................ berland .............. For B]lacksmithing AND I Have Fresh....... LIE ...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. MioDUNALD. C...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 22 August 1895

THE PHILIPSBURJG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 30. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, TTURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. . . . .. . . - . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . ... . . . ...... . . ............. ........ ....)· r c rc;: ~ ' VE C N T S A'" ll l l. , .-r r n-l ,-· rn. .! ,,-..ra - , , . . . , .,. . ..,. . . . . .. .. . I i. .... . ...... . ... . .. ... .M_ _ ' , , Soda Water CHAS. WILLIAMS, ruits - ;an S, and - Ice Cream - CATERER. Confectionery SDO YOU READ? I Can Supply You T'ith any Paper Published in the United States. A Select Line of Novels, Caricature Publications. A Fine Line of Stationery. CIGARS, TOBACCO AND PIPES CENTRAL BLOCK ... .. HAS. WILLIAMS .............. ..,IP.SBU CHAS. WI LLAMS SSPORTSM EN * '- vWE HAVE A FINE LINE OFD- 4 HUNTING AND FISIING BOOTS * oet 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 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 22 August 1895

THE SPINSTER ARMY. WOMEN WHO EVADE THE DARTS OF CUPID. Pound in Various Callings Including. the Ministry, Art, Science and Literature Range in Ages from 25 to 75 Years Who They Are. (Special Correspondence. O MARRYor not to marry-that is the question which per S plexes every wom an at some time in her career, and must be answered yea or nay. The 1 ambitious plead that an unmarried woman is less ham pored and tram meled than her married sister, and therefore a wom an is better off without than with the life society of the tyt'ant man. It used to be the fashion and until very recently to style unmarried ladies past a certain age as old maids. Now they are woman bachelors, whether they be twenty-five or fifty-five. Certain it is, a glance over the list of feminine bachel ors shows that many women have earned fame and fortune unfettered or unaided by husbands. Here are a few interesting examples, which tell their own story: Miss Harriet G. Hosmer is the fore most woman sculptor in Ameri...

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. — 22 August 1895

SCIENCE UP TO DATE. NOTES OF PROGRESS FROM MANY LANDS. The Nautical Bicycle - A Wonderful Clock-An Electric Mail Car-Two Story Cars-Carriage Without Horses -Electrical Cooking. ON RAMON BA rea, of Madrid, is the latest amateur to try his hand at inventing a nauti cal bicycle. He has perfected a machine for use upon lakes and rivers, with which he has been enabled to make about six miles per hour. This machine is composed of two cases of steel, which serve as floats, and are connected by cross-bars. Near the stern, in the space between the two cases, is a paddle wheel, operated by pedals something like a bicycle. The machine weighs about one hundred pounds. It is steered by a small rudder at the stern and has been tried successfully by its inventor, passing over the water quickly and easily. One More Insatiate. Science is an exacting taskmaster, and he who serves must be ever ready to give up time, talents, hope, ambition, even life itself at the beck and call of the tyrant. The sear...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 22 August 1895

vRRCHANT8 & MINERS NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL, $50,000. OFFICERS: A A McDonald ........... President F ,I Wilson ................Vice President C Eshbaugh ...................Cashier CE l lym r............. Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS: MEHI Gannon A A McDonald L C Degenhart F J. Wilson M Durfoe C E Hymer Aug. G(reenhek I' 5 EIhbaugh Webb Vincent G NERAL BANfKNG(i liOiNESS TANSHAC TIED. FOlaiN AND DOMESTIC EX CHANGE. "i~"Always glad to see our friends. VIe ?uaiul. ONCE A WEEK. TI{UItSDAY, AUGUST 22, le95. 'Fhl leplltiies: Again. There was jnst one person in Granite county who felt aggrieved at the ex posuro last aeek made exclusively by Txs;E Mart, in regard to the little chapter ot unofic-ial business that transpired in the counlty com missioners' office between the board of commissioners and the clerk and recorder. The clerk and re coarder objected to it for the reason, he said, that it was not true; hut on further Inquiry we now i;have reason to believe that he objected becanse of t...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 22 August 1895

-J CoYARiatT M9s - 5 CHAPTER XVIII. DODIi PAYVR A DEBT. Of course, at this season of the year the train which bohere Elsie andl her for tunes westward was snlowou)l)ln(d and equally of course, instead of reachinirG BIuffalo in the small hours of the morn ing, it never rolled into its destinutior till tlhe day was well-nigh spent. As Frank Grey knew nothing of their intended arrival, he was not at the sta tion to meet them: so tnhat sly old gen tlerman seized upon his rs:iiimce to 1make his preparations to explode that glo rious joke on his young friend lie Ihan been chuckling over ever since it enterec his head. Thus, when the home was reached and they had all rested and refreshed themselves after their long trip,. he sel about putting his plans into execution. Willie was tired out, and was put t( bed forthwith. Elsie was consigned tc a cozy breakfast-room at the bhack of the house, where she would be out o; the way till the critical moment nrrived -told to rest; but you may be sure...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 22 August 1895

THIS IS ATTRACTIVE. SUCH A HOME FOR INDUS TRIOUS AMERICANS. one Like That Shown in the Picture Can Be Built for i3,300-Description of the Interior--wo Story and Base ment. (Copyright, 1895, by the Co-operative Building Plan Association.) HE SIGNS OF the times unques tionable indicate . that the people of this country are about to enjoy an other era of great prosperity as "tide of business is ris ing with great / rapid ity." The country has all the elements of increasing growth and con tinuing production of wealth. Any long continued period of improductive Inertia is impossible in America. The forcing of issues in politics the "tug of war" between opposing 'factions, the stress of contest between men who hon c). PERSPECTIVE VIEW. estly hold conflicting views, all this has done much to promote the public wel fare. We are a great nation now-we shall be greater when the majority sit by their hearthstones. The sordid toil of life has its obverse side in the happy homestead. During pros p...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 22 August 1895

THE HERMIT'S CRY. PETER'S PROTEST ECHOEC AGAIN THIS YEAR. Commemoration a Colncidence-C-Ou:,ra. tion of the First Crusade, When Europe Was Agitated Over the Turk's Lawless. ness-Why the Repeated Failure. LONG with the protest of Euro pean powers against the Ar menian atrocities there has been held a series of fetes and celebra tions in a little S mediaeval town of South Central France, commem orating the other great outcry of the West against Mussulman crime, the First Crusade. It is 800 years since the famous Council met within the city walls of Clermont-Ferrand, and Peter the Hermit, one of the most striking historical figures of the Dark Ages, made the impassioned address that has ever since echoed throughout Christen dom. It is a marked coincidence that the first celebration of an event that shifted the course of European history should occur at a time when all Europe is agi tated over the lawlessness of the Turk. It is a complete coincidence, however, for the ceremonies were pl...

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. — 22 August 1895

SOnly A few Misses' Ox ford Shoes left; 30 per cent. discount . takes them. A Few Pairs of brown over- c ? alls, a little sh op - ice Sworn, but the price is only 40 cents. We Don't . ý WVant any straw Th hats next winteri..i and offer them now at cut prices. The 50c. kind only 25c; the 25e.and 35c.kind only 15e. Theyare A" worth the money for only one day's wear. You know place. WEINSTEIN S N 4 84 DAN N. McDONALD DEALER IN Rough & LUiM B E iR n ishig .. Iressed No.E Nlii 2 A No. 1 Dry......... LATH .... Always in Stock Washington Red jh.tlc 1T PIWarran..ted First Cedar ............. SHIN11 UlEu Class............. My stock of Eastern DOORS .... Cannot te Beat I SellAll Kind of WIN W At Lowest Prices Rock Springs ....... For Heating Has No Blossburg and C am- E ual............ berland.............. For Blacksmithing AND I Have Fresh....... LIE ....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. McDON...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 29 August 1895

ibrry THE PHILIPSBURIG M AIL. VOL. IX: NO. 31. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. ... . . . . ... . . . . ' ... . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . m u m n m num • m .+ nn n- nunn m Soda Water AS.- ruits - and CHAS. WILLIAMS, and Ice Cream - CATERER. Confectionery DO YOU READ? I Can Supply You With any Paper Published in the United States. A Select Line of Novels, Caricature Publications. A Fine Line of Stationery. CIGARS, TOBACCO AND PIPES CENTRAL BLOCK.......... ........ WILLIAMS M'LEOD, THE BOOT R SHOE MAN w W.Tants to sell Shoes to everybody. He * keeps Shoes to fit every foot at prices to .; * suit the purchaser. Go to the only ex e clusive Boot and Shoe store in the city " when you want a bargain in Footwear. Kelly, the Merchant Tailor, SMAKES NOBBY FALL SUITS. Call on him for the finest goods and best fit and at prices that cannot be beat in the City or State. J. A. AND J. B. FEAg'THERMAN, NEW CHICAGO AND DRUMMOND. DEALERS IN FI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 29 August 1895

TRAINING 1 METHODS. CHANGES WROUGHT BY LAPSE OF YEARS. No More Blood-Rare Steaks for Pugi lists-MIacon Writes Entertainingly of Current Events in tihe Prize Ring Corbett Getting Ready. HOUGHI the world, no doubt, went on very well in the good old "palmy days of the ring," when John C. Hee nan, "the Benecia Boy," and Tun, Sayers fought for a thousand dollars a side and the inter national champion -- ship of the world, the fighters of those days weren't in it with the knights of the gloves of the present time, even in the matter of training. This fact was forcibly brought to my mind the other day, when I went down to Asbury Park way, as we would say in "dear old Lunnon, yell know," to see how the fighters thereahouts in preparation were get ting along. In the aforesaid palmy days the fight er wasn't overfed and he hadn't much variety in the way of food, either. "Red rags" were considlered the propter calper' for a tighter's steady diet. The afor- said "red rags" we\re beefsteaks so ra...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 29 August 1895

GIRLS OF 'DANBURY. WILL NOT MARRY A MAN WHO DRINKS. Nearly Five Hundred of Them Join in a Society That Will Bring the Young Mlen Up "With a Round Turn" Amusing Incidents. (Danbury, Conn., Correspondence.) ND WE do further more agree not to marry any man who uses beers, wines, or malt or spirituous liquors, nor to keep com pany with any such man, and we pledge ourselves to use our best endeavors in influencing all our men acquaintances to abstain from intoxicating drinks of any and all kinds.-Constitution of the St. Peter's Ladies Temperance Society. That is the condition of affairs in Danbury. Wine on one side, the women on the other, and several hundred very thirsty young men standing between the t.wo in piteous uncertainty which way to turn. On the one hand are the long lists of cooling drinks, and it is very hot and thirsty weather; on the other hand are the young women with all their charms, and Danbury young women are very charming. What is a poor devil of a Danbury youth to do...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 29 August 1895

1IgRGHAJTS & MIf4RRS NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL, $50,000. OFFICERS: A A McDona'l ................ President S.I ilso ............... Vice President C [ ES9hbmigh .................... Cashier C E Iymnr ........... . assistant Cashier DIRECTORS: ! GIannon A A McDonald L )Degenhart F , Wileon F u1I Drfoe( ('E 5Hymer Aug. bGreenheok (' HI Eslhbaughi Welbb Vincent 0 FNERAL 1BANKINc+ BUSINESS TRANSAC T'ED. FOREIliN AND DO.IESTIC Ex C A,'NGE. t Alwways glad tu seo our friends. THUtSDI)AY., A U(IUST 25, 1855. It's always that way with great men in public life. Caesar had his Brntus, Charles had his Cromwell, and George has his Hoss. Mining always has attracted the cream of every generation. Good fellowship, good heartedness, generosity and more than average honesty are the character istics of real miner-.--Ex. - --- ,--.~----, --.... A judge down in AlabaiRa has ruled that if an unmarried man puts his arm around the waist of a marriageable womnn it is prima facie evidence that he hns propose...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 29 August 1895

Y -d COPYr16,17 /J CHAPTER XXI. A NOBLE COUNT. "News, news, news! What will you give me to tell you the most wonderful piece of news you ever heard?" Mr Woodgrove asked at breakfast one morning. Now, though the young people had a house of their own across the way, they took their meals in the Woodgrove mansion, and consequently were pres ent at this exciting moment. "Good or bad?" Mrs. Woodgrove asked. "Good, royal, grand." "Of whom?" demanded Elsie. "Of a friend of yours, my dear." "Oh, do tell; I am burning to know it." "Then hold your tongue, love," Mrs. Woodgrove said, laughing, "for Mar cus could not keep a secret for five con secutive minutes." "Well," recilarked the old man, "I may as well paralyze you at once-Mrs. Clarence Grindlay is going to be mar ried." "Oh, Marcus, at her time of life!" "Yes, and what's the worst of it-I mean the best of it-is that she is go ing to wed a German baron." "Not Count Von Thun?" Elsie asked. "Oh, I did not like him." "Did you not, darling? W...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 29 August 1895

WOOD FOR CLOTHES. WONDERS OF NATURE BEING UNVEILED. & New Process by Which Silk Is Pro duced from woodl-Already Extensive ly Used - Costs Less Than Other Silks. PROCESS has been discove.redby which a material closely resembling silk may be manufactured from wood. Even now women are walking about the streets of European cities in the most elaborate gowns of silk in the manu facture of which the worm had no part. In fact, the silkworm has lost its occu pation. The palm for this valuable dis covery in chemical science must go to Switzerland, for a native of Zurich, Dr. Lehner by name, is the inventor of the process. Some years ago he began to make observations on the habits and physi cal characteristics of the silkworm and became deeply interested in the subject. Fie discovered the chemical action which took place in the worm in pro ducing its cocoon, and at odd times sought to counterfeit the work of na ture. So convinced did he become of the feasibility of his ideas that he soon ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 29 August 1895

DONE BY THE TURKS. MORE HORRIBLE RECITALS OF BUTCHERIES. The Bloodthirsty Followers of lMahomet Hacked Their Victims to Pieces and Burned Them Aliye -Heartrending Walls of the Dying. NCIENT, medieval and modern his tory, should all their records be rolled into one,have no tale more dra matic and horrible than that of the outrages on the helpless peasants of Armenia at the hands of a fero dious Turkish soldiery. These atroci ties stand forth in the annals of Chris tendom as the very essence of cruelty, and as an instance of what the still un civilized Turk is capable of accom plishing. The civilized world stood shocked and appalled and the great powers of Europe stepped in and began an inves tigation. Then followed a denmnd upon the Sultan of Turkey to put a stop to these atrocities and to institute such reforms in his brutal government as would forever end another butchery of his Armenian subjects. And now the bloodthirsty Turkish despot defie; all civilized Europe and refuses to in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 29 August 1895

NEW GOODS Are always attractive. Come and look at our latest arrivals of Prints, Twills, Cashm6r6s and a dozen other - -. suitings. .:. fWEINSTgIN'8 - Cement and Contractors " We have a cemented Z cellar 23x26, 52 feet! = high; it lets in water N A which we want you to . stop. Roofing Contractors We have two roofs, one 30x70 ft. and one .: o S30x100 ft., with six skylights; roofs are ft .-- covered 'at now with : tar and gravel. So k far,roofs and skylights have leaked; can you stop it, and for how much? Call on or address F ESTATE OF WV\l. WEINSTEIN, 7 Philipsburg, iMontana, %.-. DAN N. McDONALD DEALER IN Roung hd T I me, ng A No. 1 Dry........LATHS.... Always in Stock Washington Red SIT1TNGLU Warranted First Cedar.............I 311 DU L :Class............. My stock of Eastern DOORS .... Cannot Be Beat I Sell All Kind of WINDOWS At Lowest Prices Rock Springs....... For Heating Has No Blossburg and (Cum- COAL Eqnal................ berland............. For hlacksnmithing AND I Have F...

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

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 32. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. --------i-~ [L _ -I_-_._r __I_ "U____ ___ _____ _ - Fruits - CHA- S Lruits - Confectionery CATERER. Confectionery DO YOU READ? I Can Supply You With any Paper Published in the United States. A Select Line of Novels, Caricature Publications. A Fine Line of Stationery. CIGARS, TOBACCO AND PIPES E L.'"" .B.U.oo........ OH AS. WILLIAMS CENTRAL.B..... .... ........ . PHILIP .BUR YOUR ATTENTION Is called to the fact that I am in the 0ROGERY BUSINESS With a First Class Stock, and with honest deal ing and courteous treatment will try to merit a share of your trade. JOSEPH LUTEY, Barret, & Jacky Building. M'LEOD, THE BOOT SHOE M AN S Wants to sell Shoes to everybody. He keeps Shoes to fit every foot at prices to suit the purchaser. Go to the only ex clusive Boot and Shoe store in the city when you want a bargain in Footwear. Kelly, the Merchant Tailor, MAKES NOBBY ...

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