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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 5 September 1895

THE "RElD" PITCHER. RHINE'S GREAT WOPK FOR THE CINCINNATI CLUB. After an Absence of Two Years from the IMajor League lie Returns to Do Phenomenal Work In the Box-News of the Baseball World. ILLIAMI P. Rhines, the phenomenal pitcher of the Cin cinnati club, of the National League and American As sociation, was born March 14, 1869, at Ridgway, Pa., and learned to play ball at an early age. S Having a big frame, a rugged disposition and a strong right arm, With which he could throw a ball with considerable speed and accuracy, he early conceived the idea of becoming a pitcher. It required some time and lots of patience before he had sufficiently mastered the art of curves, shoots and a drop ball, the chief stock in trade of a clever manipulator of the sphere, to branch out as a professional. He soon gained quite a local reputation, how ever, which brought him into public no tice, and before he had hardly more than passed his 19th birthday, he ac cepted an offer from the Binghamton club ...

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. — 5 September 1895

HARVARD AND YALE. THE TWO CREWS PREPARING FOR THE GREAT RACE. W. T. Ball Writes His Views on the Coming Rowing Contest-Both Crewt in Prime Condition-The Coachers Are Alert. HE Harvard crew is once more out for business under $the watchful eye of ;Coach Watson. Not ,long ago it really looked as though (the crew was des (tined never again ,to work in a shell, as a severe 'throat Itrouble, brought on, it is thought, by rowing on the Charles river at low tide, when the atmosphere becomes polluted with the exhalations of the muddy banks and sewage outlets, attacked the men right and left, and sparing but two of ten meri. However, the affliction proved not lasting or dangerous, and Fiprvard men are beginning in conse quence to brighten up. Last fall an ill wind seemed to pursue relentlessly the foot-ball eleven in their practice on Soldier's Field, Cambridge. Men were laid off continually and daily, and at one time it looked as though a substi tute team would, have to face Yale in Novembe...

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. — 5 September 1895

MERg1lA1Tl' & MINlR8 NhTIONHL BANK CAPITAL, $50,000. OFFICERS: AA McDona'd...... ...........President F J Wilson ............. ..Vice President C i{ Es ihb,aigh ....................Cashier C E Ilymer............. assistant Cashier DIRECTORS: M E If Gannon A A McDonald LC Degenhart F J Wilson F Durfee ' CE HIlymer Aug. lireenheck H II E.shbaugh Webb Vincent GarcNEIAL BANKING BtUSINESS TRANSAC TED. FORiiGN AND DOMESTIC EX CHANOE. C-OA lways glad tu see our friends. Give uws y-our lwsilrnes and xo will ninkie IlruIinS.o fkor 'you. THU RSD)AY. SEPTEMBERl 5, 1895. MonllntanIa' Iljilllzlant Legislaturllle. At the coroner's inquest on the body of John Whiting another very brilliant act of Montana's late Legislature was brought to light. During the examina tion it was found necessary to summon two witnesses from the lRed Lion mill, which notice was served on them Mon day evening, demanding their appear ance before the jury at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning. The witnesses could find no way o...

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

IBRAZIL'S NEW CAPITAL. the Proposed Site Selected by the Government Commission. 'Popular Demand for the Removal of Off cial IHeadquarters from Rio de Ja neiro-A Project Thal Looks Very Unpromising. After leisurely searching for more than two years, the scientific commission ap pointed to find a site for the new Bra zilian capital has reported. And as no body except themselves knows any thing about the chosen locality, their data, if not their conclusions, will, no doubt, be received with all the respect due to so well discussed a question. INaturally, the first point to be consid ered is whether Brazil needs a new capital. In Rio de Janeiro it has a splendid city, of historic fame, with all the buildings and other offices required for a seat of government, so that to people less endowed with a mania for Sbrand-new constitutions than the quondam subjects of Dom Pedro it may .seem as needless for the Brazil ian federal rulers to leave Rio as it would be for the monarchial ones to leav...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 5 September 1895

FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. CURRENT READING FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS. The Men of Coming Years-Grandma's Story, or the History of a Relic Story About a Ship---Readiness of Wit. \ HE small life, coiled within the seed A prmise hid a, ay But dimly heralds what shall be When comes the perfect day; But sun and rain and frost and heat k .-- Enrich the fertile fields; And the small life of earlier years A waving harvest yields. the bright-eyed boys who crowd our schools,. The knights of book and pen, ''eary of childish games and moods, Will soon be stalwart men; The leaders in the race of life, The men to win applause; The great minds born tio rule the state, The wise to make the laws. f;each them to guard with jealous caret The land that gave them birth, r'. patriot sons of patriot sires, The dearest spot on earth. reach them the sacred trust to keep Like true men, pure and brave; 4a;d o'er them, through the ages, bid S'xeedom's fair banner wave. Grandma's story. "GrandTma, where did you get that ,-.s...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 5 September 1895

A PEEK-A-BOO ISLAND. FALCON PLAYS HIDE AND SEEK WITH NATIONS. kngland and France Have Claimed It, but It Often Sinks Into the Sea How Both Nations Lost the Prize. ALCON ISLAND, a lonely but pictur esque mass of -j. earth and rocks, situated in the Tonga group, be low latitude 20 de grees south, has been playing hide and seek with three nations ever since 1889. The The coming and going of Falcon Island. has been termed by the South Sea traders "the right pulse of the universe." Reports concerning Falcon Island have been brought to civilization from time to time for years and years back. It was not until 1889,- however, that anything really peculiar was noticed about the place, but since that time the rocks have been leading England, France and the Ton ga government a lively chase. The latest news from Falcon was received some days ago by the United States Hydrographic office at San Francisco. The information furnished this gov ernment came from Pilot John O'Ryan of Apia, Samoa. The p...

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. — 5 September 1895

OVERCOATS Will become more fashionable as the cold weather approaches. WE HAVE 88 FALL OVERCOATS Ranging in price from $12 to $16. Take your choice of the pile For 810.00 Each. ---- - T-rai-- ----- -* HEAVY WINTER KINDS We have 00, in twenty different styles. Sure to fit you. Prices from 812.00 to $25.00. FOR THtE BOYS Our stock of Overcoats consists of 91. We can fit any boy from 7 years old to 17. These coats must all be sold before '96. Prices ac cording to size or age, $4.00 to $15.00. And for Clothing Just come and look the pile over. Something will suit you. Prices from 88.00 to $25.00. WEINSTEIN'S Roofing Contractors. Cement Contractors, W E HAVE TWO ROOFS. ONE 30x70 FEET ~~TE HAVE A CEMENTED CELLAR 23x26 and( one 30xi00 feet, with six skylights; feet, 51 feet high; it lets in water, which roofs are covered now with tar and gravel. So we want you to stop. far, roofs and skylights have leaked. Can you stop it, and for how much? Call on or address, ESTATE OF WM, WEINSTEIN, PHIL...

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. — 12 September 1895

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 33. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA TIURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12. 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. S. ,, ,I'TTrr TTTFTºq, TT.T..._1 -____--_T_. - Fruits - - SFruits - - ,,its - CHAS. WILLIAMS, Confectionery CATERER. b Confectionery DO YOU READ? I Can Supply You VVitlh 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 ........W....... AS. ............. .PIPSSR CO AS. WILLIAMS Extravagancce May be in paying too much for a thing, or in paying too little. If you buy Groceries for less than I ask, you'll not get as good quality. That's poor economy. If you pay more, you pay too much, because I sell the. best there is. Joseph Lutey. , . , II .. .i M'LEOD, THE BOOT ' SHOE MAN 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 bar...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 12 September 1895

SOME INVENTIONS. RECENT PROGRESS'IN INDUS TRIAL FIELDS. An Electric Hen the Product of a Stras burg Man's Brain--For Rising Sunken Vessels-New Blast Furnace-Popular Science. Strasburg electri clan has patented C an electric hen ýI fwhich it is said far i surpasses any in cubator yet invent- t ed. The difficulty In keeping an even t temperature experi enced in the hot-air t and water incubat ors, is entirely over oome in the machine presented in the accompanying cut. The apparatus is constructed in sizes capable of holding fifty, one hundred c or two hundred eggs. It is very easy to I operate the new incubator, an even I temrnperature depending only upon an ullinterrupted current of electricity. An automatic attachnlent keeps the temperature within one-tenth of a de gree of the normal temperatlure of in cubai.tnors. The degree of saturation of the air is kept in the same manner. UTndor ordinary conditions ninety chickens can be counlted out of one hun dred eggs incubatlll. The quanti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 12 September 1895

WOMEN EXECUTED. NOT MANY HAVE BEEN HUNG IN NEW YORK. ROXALANA DRUSE WAS THE LAST ONE TO BE HANGED. Story of the Life and Death of Mrs. Druse-Her Crime Without a Parallel 'n the Criminal Annals of New York. ECORDER GOFF of New York and a jury have de cided that Maria Barberi must die in the electrical chair at Sing Sing because she murdered her faithless lover. If she is killed accord S ng to law, as it is now interpreted, she will be the first woman to die in the electrical chair, as well as the first female who has been lawfully executed in New York State since February 28, 1887. Strange as it may seem, Roxalana Druse, who was hanged in the jail at Herkimer, N. Y., on the last day of February, 1887, acted much the same as Maria has done. At times Roxalana was calm and then she broke out into violent fits of weeping and ejaculations, just as Maria does. After Maria heard the verdict of the jury she became silent and seemed not to understand her posi tion, but subsequently gave way t...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 12 September 1895

J IERGIHNTS & MINERS I NTIONL BANK CAPITAL, $50.000. OFFICERS: A A McDnnia'd .................President F .1 W ilson ................Vice President (' l Edhbugl.............. ... ('ashier CE Iymer........... te. sistanl ('ashier DIRECTORS: L DPeialhart F J, Wilson F[ D.)rfe C H ymer Aug. Greenheek (' it Eshbaugh Webb Vincent SiNEi(RAL A.\NKINI:G lSINESS TRANrSAC TLD. Oi'LI:-GN AND DOMESTIo Ex .-l.tlways glal to see our friends. 'ive uls 0:1our hisireisi es inI XVo will 1n0l;e C) h.)in..iess flor -oui. TIlUIISIDAY,. SEPTEMII3EI 12, 14!. Twelve of the largest silverware manu facturers of New York have advanced the price of sterling silverwaro 10 cents an ounce, owing to the decre se in the production of silver. One of the characteristic acts of the Cleveland administration was the recent "firing" of a poItmaster in a western city who had the temerity to publish eeveral criticisms of Grover in his paper. W. C. Mulihrir, publisher of the Mountaineer at. Marysville, died at that plac...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 12 September 1895

JOHN A. SPENCER --' = - JAMIASVILeE MAHIPNO 1 FARM IMPLEMENTS Wagons, Baling Ties, Binding Twine, Barbed WVire. HAY, GRAIN AND PRODUCE Agent for Studebaker Manufacturing Co., D. M. Osborne Machinery Co. and Continental Oil Co. OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE ON N. P. TRACK, LOWER BROADWAY, PHILIPSBURG. FINE STOCK OF MACHINE EXTRAS AND OIL. TOVES .7 STOVES.. . CUTLERY... CUTLERY ... . L MMUNITION AMMUNITION J HARD ARE HOUSE AT THE OLD STAND OF MclNTYRE & MATTHEWS. READY TO DO BUSINESS IN A BUSINESS-LIKE MANNER Miy Stoclk Is All New andl the Prices Will Suit You, BROADWAY, PHILIPSBURC. A. McINTYRE ±eeeeeeeooeeeeeeeeefe eoeeo o eooe eee oeeooooe ef eý THE PHILIPSBURQ IRON WORKS : BOWEN BROS. & THOMPSON, PROPRIETORS. IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS AND M.IHINIT8''8 All Kinds of Mining, Milling and Concentrating Machinery Made and Repaired. CHilled Car Wheels. Crusher Shoes and Dies, Cornish Rolls, Minino Cars, Etc., Etc. * o : LOCK BOX R, PHILIPSBURC, MONTANA N ONE GIVES RELIEF. _-LL\SoX & s.E...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 12 September 1895

THEY WRITE MUSIC. NEW YORK WOMEN WHO PROF :"T BY MELODY. They Are, How ever,: 'Forced by Preju dice to Use the Namhtes of Men-Their Productions Would Not Sell So Well Otherwise. (New York Correspondence.) EW YORK has an extensive list of women who com pose music. This assertion will make the average music dealer open wide his eyes, for he little knows that he is carrying in stock the compositions of women, and that these same composi tions are "first-rate sellers." Music written by a woman? No, in deed. The music dealer would refuse to buy from the publisher anything that bore the name of a woman on the title page. "The public won't buy music written by women," he says, and the publisher caters to this sentiment. So this simple announcement will be a revelation to many a retail dealer. The prospective Atlanta (Ga.) exposition, so extensively heralded, will disclose the Secret, and it is confidently expected by those having the matter in charge that after the secret is out the exist ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 12 September 1895

HOME OF AN AUTHOR. ATTRACTIVE DOMESTIC ABODE OF MR. WARNER. Bears Resemblance to "Ik Marvel" He Drifted Into Journalism by Ac eldent and Has Become a Card to Purveyors of Literature. HARLES DUDLEY • Warner is a writer whom it is not easy r jto classify by any , sectional term, or any other term, for 1that matter. He is not, strictly speak .ing, a poet, nor an essayist, nor a writ ier of fiction, al ,though the genius which produced *My Summer in a Garden" and "The Backlog Studies" might distinguish it self, one would think, if it tried, in any one of these special lines. Mr. Warner has preferred, however, to "flock by himself" in matters purely literary and has been conspicuously successful in following out .that determination. He is certainly entitled to the distinction of being one of America's greatest, as well as most popular, men of letters. In certain of his meditative writings he bears' a resemblance to the genial "Ik Marvel," the author of "Dream Life." Both of these men des...

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. — 12 September 1895

U N DIE RW1E AR UNDER PRICES. We have quite a number of odd Shirts and odd Drawers for Gentlemen, as well as Ladies, that we have placed on the Bargain Counter at a Closing-Out Price. Should they suit you there is a saving in price of 40 per cent. LADIES, MISSES and THE LITTLE ONES Need warmer headgear this kind of weather. Misses' and Ladies' Fascinators from 35c. up; Children's Hoods and Caps from 35c. up. A Brand New Line of Wisconsin F/annel Shirts, Mackinaw Pants and Coats, and German Socks by the Score. ............ WEINSTEIN'S Roofing Contractors. Cement Contractors. STE HAVE TWO ROOFS, ONE 30x70 FEET E. HAVE A CEMENTED CELLAR 2x26 and one 30x100 feet, with six skylights; feet, 5 feet high; it lets in water, which roofs are covered now with tar and gravel. So we want you to stop. far. roofs and skylights have leaked. Can you stop it, and for how nmuch? Call on or address, ESTATE OF WIT WEINSTEIN, PHILIPSBURG, MONT. DAN N. McDONALD DEALER IN Rough & LU ER No. 1, 2, 3 . res...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 19 September 1895

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 34. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. Fruits - CHAS. WILLIAMS Fruits - and CHAS W IAMS, and 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 CENTRAL BLOCK.... "" HA.... .. HAS...... .......... . U. CHAS. WILLIAMS Extravagancce May be in paying too much for a thing, or in paying too little. If you buy Groceries for less than I ask, you'll not get as good quality. That's poor economy. If you pay more, you pay too much, because I sell the best there is. Joseph Lutey. SM'LEOD, THE BOOTi SHOE MAN * Wants to sell Shoes to everybody. He keeps Shoes to fit every foot at prices to 0 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, SMAIES NOBBY FAL...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 19 September 1895

GAY SAILOR LASSIES. PATRIOTIC YOUNO WOMEN FORM A NAVAL GUARD. their Motto Is Honor the Stars and Stripes and They Are Ready to Die for Old Glory Under Proper Conditions -Their Uniform and Drill (New York Correspondence.) ORTY young wom en in pretty sailor costumes attracted considerable atten r" tion in the Harlem ' ship canal parade on the opening day in June. They were members of a Ho boken organization called the Young Lady Naval guards. Although they were mustered in nearly a year ago very little has been said about them in the newspapers, for the organization is a woman's secret society. "Honor the Stars and Stripes" is their motto, and one of their main objects is to protect the flag from insult and injury. Shortly after the Naval Cadets were organized half a dozen Hoboken girls got together and discussed the advisa bility of forming an organization of their own similar to the cadets. A meet Ing was called in August last at 17 Wil low terrace, Hoboken, and Capt. J. Wells Marti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 19 September 1895

TRUTH IN ZADKIEL. HAS VIADE SOME STARTLING PREDICTIONS. Superstition and the Luck-Gossip About Two Things Which Come Nearer Our Daily Lives Than Some of Us Would Like to Admit. HERE IS NOW IN England a publica tion known as "Zad k i e ' s Almanac," that has been for forty years a favor ite in English households of the fair 1 y intelligent class, as it is too ab struse for the ignor ant to understand. Not less than 200,000 copies are sold yearly, and this is purely a history of the coming year, based on the re searches of judicial astrology. These calculations are made by means of the sun, moon and stars-the signs of the zodiac and the various aspects and re lations of the planets. In astrology na tions, like individuals, are subject to and are governed by the planets. The greater part of England lies under the cardinal sign Aries-but Gemini rules the west of England and the United States. Some of Zadkiel's predictions are curious enough to puzzle intelligent persons. For instance, i...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 19 September 1895

MeRcHANT8 & MINERS NHTIONAl BANK CAPITAL, $50,000. OFFICERS: S A MlcDn. ...... ...........President F J Wilsi ............... Vice resideot C Ff Edlb. ngh ...................Cashier C i l1yin or.. ........... Assistaut Cashier DIRECTORS: M (Tan cAA nMcDonald L U i)ogenhart F.J Wilson F 5 I)uro C' 1 Hymer Aug. (ereenheck I' it Eshbaugh \Vebl Vincent GI'NEiRAL ],NvIO.NSG BUSINESS TIIANAC TeD. lOFeari AND D)O3ESTIO Ex. Cil.SAGE. C0 "Always glad to ssp our friends. '(The 3aik Ju ,k It rt.-4lyiO,,S fo)r 3-Off. T'1'iUltSD)AY. SEPTEMIBER 19, 1im. The iBonii Fiaseo. The expected news has been flashed across the continent giving the intelli gence that another bond issue is immi nent. The dispatches state that Grover wants to mortgage the conntry for $23,000,000 only, while the gold syndicate wants the issue made for $50,000,000 With the business ability displayed by the ad minis: ration in the past, it is highly probable that the president will com promise with the gold sharks by making ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 19 September 1895

JOHN A. SPENCER . JAliS.ILL MASIME 80. al WIfE.I FARM IMPLEMENTS Wagons, Baling Ties, Binding Twine, Barbed WVire. HAY, GRAIN AND PRODUCE Agent for Studebaker Manufacturing Co., D. M. Osborne Machinery Co. and Continental Oil Co. OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE ON N. P. TRACK, LOWER BROADWAY, PHILIPSBURG, FINE STOCK OF MACHINE EXTRAS AND OIL. TOVES NT N ýI TQVES ... CUTLERY ... CUTLERY .. AMMUNITION AMMUNITION HAR ARE HOUSE AT THE OLD STAND OF MclNTYRE & MATTHEWS. READY TO DO BUSINESS IN A BUSINESS-LIKE MANNER lMy Stock Is All Ne. and the Prices Will Suit You. BROADWAY, PHILIPSBURC. A. MclNTYRE STHE PILIPSBU R IRO W0KS " S BOWEN BROS. & THOMPSON, PROPRIETORS. IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERR AND MAHINI~8S . All Kinds of Mining, Milling and Concentrating Machinery Made and Repaired. CHilled Car Wheels. Crusher Shoes and Dies, Cornish Rolls, Mininn Cars. Etc., Etc. f LOCK BOX R, PHILIPSBURC, MONTAPA ONE GIVES RELIEF. ---.- .--- ........... ,. - x . &- __ W. T. ALLISON G.V. SHERMAN FUKNITURE H...

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