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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 19 September 1895

JACK TOWNER'S DEBT. lHAT debt was an affair of long stand ing, for it had been made years before Jack To w ne r's birth, so that it could not be looked upon as a strictly personal m at t er with himself. His father, and Park Wright's had had trouble years ago over a piece of land down near the swamps upon the flats below. The stream, which had been used as a boundary line was really the innocent prime cause of the mischievous burden, if they had looked at it in that light; but they did not, and when, after a big flood, the fickle stream forsook its old bed for a new one on the Towner side, the wrath of Jack's father knew no bounds, because Park's father took ad vantage of its shifting, and laid claim to the fertile corner which had thus been transferred to his side. Of course Jack's father had felt him self wronged, and he went to law about it; but Park's father won the suit, and the costs, as well as the loss, fell upon Mr. Towner. The bit of land was not worth the quarrel and the ...

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. — 19 September 1895

IS NEARING HIS END. DOMINICK O'GRADY, THE SLAY ER, MAY NOT HANG. SICK UNTO DEATH IN A CINCINNATI HOSPITAL. His Trtal Has Often Ieeen Put Off- The Murderer of Miss Gilmartin Re fused the Ls.t Rites of His Church Story of the Crime. OMINICK O'Grady, the unfrocked priest from Ireland, who followed his sweet heart, Miss Mary Gilmartin, to Cin cinnati less than two years ago, and shot her to death on the street on , Wednesday morn ing, April 25, 1894, is now dying from a 0omplication of troubles at the City Hfospital in that city. His case is hope less, and his attending physicians are looking for the end at al most any time. His cot is situated in one of the ordinary wards, and is being closely guarded by an offi cer day and night. His bed is not soft, and his surroundings are anything but pleasant. The nurses shun him, and his medical advisers shrink from his cruel gaze. He is a mere shadow of his former self. His appetite has gone, and he is being kept alive by stimulants. He has no v...

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. — 19 September 1895

RUBBERS Of all kinds will soon be in demand. We have a lar'me line of them. Crack Proof Short Boots..... ...... ........... ......$4.75 Hip Boots .............. .........................from $3.00 to 6.00 Short Boots as low as ........................... ... 2.00 A large lot of Lumbermen's Overshoes from 50c. to 2.75 Germnan Socks in Abundance. Slickers and Mlackintoshes. Goodyear's Mifiners' Gutr Boots WEINSTEIN'5 Cement Contractors, WE HAVE A CEMENTED CELLAR 23x26 feet, 5'/ feet high; it lets in water, which we want you to stop. Call op or address, ESTATE OF WM. WEINSTEIN, PHILIPSBURG, AONT. DAN N. McDONALD DEALER IN Bough& LUMBER Fio.1 , 2, uresed Finising A No. 1 Dry..... ........ Always n Stock Washington Red I._TflU Warranted First Cedar............. H) I 1 IJIJ.' :Class............ My stock of Eastern DOORS .... Cannot Be Beat I Sell1All Kind of WINDOWS At Lowest Prices ock Springs....... For Heating Has No Blossburg and Cm- COAL Equal.......... erland .............. For ...

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. — 26 September 1895

"THEI PHILIPSBUR G MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 35. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. .~~~~- m ..mu_. mnn. u -·l~ nnm mn• Im ,u m .ln nln u - Fruits - CHAS. WILLIAMS, aits - and 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. T. L....llll .S Cs1. WILLIAMS .CENT.. AL.BC..........;;.P C A AS. I A There's One Drawback About dealing with me: If you spend as much money here as you would any place else you'll have more Groceries than you want. Joseph Lutey, Grocer, Barret & Jacky Butilding. ... eeesease eesesU------ * M'LEOD H BOOT S*OT M * Wants to sell Shoes to everybody. He keeps Shoes to fit every foot at prices to suit the purchaser. Go to the only ex elusive Boot and Shoe store in the city O when you want a bargain in Footwear. * 0 V· Kelly, the Merchant Tailor, n MAKES NOBBY FALL SUITS0 Call...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 26 September 1895

QUEER LITTLE MEN. HORDES OF CURIOUS BLACKS IN NILE COUNTRY. They 5Have Enormous Stomachs-They Leap in the Jungle Like Grasshoppers, and with Their Arrows Slay the Ele phants. WARFS have fur nished themes for countless ro mances. They divide with giants the interest of a thousand nursery tales. To no small extent the domain of superstition is invaded by them. All countries, more or less, but Germany in particular, are infested by gnomes and goblins, and Palmer Cox's brownies have not ceased to delight grown people as well as children in the United States. But ,The man who knew most about the real dwarfs was M. de Quatrefages, who died only a few months ago. This eminent scientific man devoted much of his life to a study of pigmies, as he called them, and a posthumous work on the subject has just been published. The ancients quite generally were ac quainted with the pigmies. Homer speaks of them, and they figure in many of the legends of antiquity. Aristotle described them as dwelling...

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. — 26 September 1895

INDUSTRIAL WORLD. CURRENT NOTES OF SCIENCE AND PROGRESS. Spectacular Displays on the American Warships at Kliel-An Egg and a Can non Ball-New Photographic Fad Notes of Popular Science. HE NAVY DE partment made some fine spectacu lar displays by the American war ships at Kiel. Ad m I r a I Kirkland's four ships were es pecially well equipped for dis . plays at night. Each was provided with two or more powerful search lights, and each was resplendent with thousands of incan descent lights. As a special decoration, each carried before and around the pilot house an immense shield representing the American coat of arms, the red and white bars and the stars on a blue background being reproduced by elec tric lamps. The name of each ship was brilliantly displayed in large elec tric letters running around the stern. In addition to these two special fea tures, incandescent lights were strung along each vessel's stem ahd stern from the water to the deck and along the deck rail from end to end,...

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. — 26 September 1895

JHARGHRAST MINKRS NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL.$50,000. OrFICERS: A cI' ~ a'd ...... ........... President S \ 'Uii l . .............. Vice President C Ii hilt hi h i............ .... Cashier C 1E yl ler. ........... ssistant Cashier MiRiCTORS: [ E . Geannlt A IMcIDonald 1, ( begenhart 'F, Wilon F 31 Ilurfee C E Hymer ""0Aug. (treeaheck ' H Eshbaugh Webhb Vincent GINER,\ZL ]AN,'(ENG BUSINESS TRANSAC " TED. FOuIstGN AND )DOMESTIC Ex - Always glad wu suA our friends. Entered at th, Postoltlce at Philip.burg crraite Cotntin. l[ontaatt, as Second-Class Mattller for Irainsnmisstotn Through the Mail. utilscriiptioni Rates. IN ADVANCE: NOT IN ADVANCE: One year. ........$2 00 One year..........83 00 Six months ....... 1 00 Six months........ 1 50 Foreign postage addeld. tRes,ittances at the risk of the subscriber, and sh' uld be made by express money order, post office money order or check, to the order of THE MAIL, Philipshurg. (Iranite County. Mont. Address all business communications as above. ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 26 September 1895

JOHN A. SPENCER SJAPESVILLE EACUIE t.J JIVIUELWIE. FARM IMPLEMENTS Wagons, Baling Ties, Binding Twine, Barbed Wire. 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. STOVES .o... ..IN CTLERS ... CUTLERY ...o CUTLERY . . AMMUNITION AMMUNITION HARDWA RE HOUSE AT THE OLD STAND OF McINTYRE & MATTHEWS. READY TO DO BUSINESS IN A BUSINESS-LIKE MANNER Ily Stock Is All New and the Prices Will Suit You. BROADWAY, PHILIPSBURC. A. MIclNTYRE - THE PHILIPSBUR IRON WORKS 4 BOWEN BROS. & THOMPSON, PROPRIETORS. 4 : IRON AND BRA88 FOUNDERS AND IIMAHINI8T8 All Kinds of Mining, Milling and Concentrating Machihery Made $ and Repaired. CHilled Car Wheels, Crusher Shoes and * Dies, Cornish 'Rolls, I.ininn Cars. Etc., Etc. SLOCK BOX R, PHILIPSBURC, MONTANI A *****++++++++++++++ .***** ******** *************** ONE GIVES RELIEF. LILSO...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 26 September 1895

IS A FARMER'S SON. CHARLES F. BRUSH HAS LIGHTED THE WORLD. An Interview with the Famous Cleve land Inventor--Hs Home Life-Future Prospects for Electricity-Probable Use for Coal as a Generator. (Cleveland Correspondence.) HAT, man, is the light of the future! "That is electric ity! "I am going to light the world with it!" -- These were the " ords of a big, / I \ broad shouldered Sý young fellow of 28. They were uttered about eighteen years ago to an old man who stood in front of a shop on one of the side streets of the city of Cleveland and looked with wonder on a glass globe in which blazed a ball of fire, upheld, as it were, between two black carbons the size of your little finger. This old man was A. C. Baldwin of Tiffin, generally known throughout northern Ohio as Old Uncle Baldwin and noted for his great common sense and shrewd busi ness ability. He had made a fortune out of manufacturing churns and he was now passing through Cleveland on his way to visit one of his relatives th...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 26 September 1895

THE INDIANA DUEL. ONE OF THE PRINCIPALS MOR TALLY WOUNDED. LOVERS SETTLE A LOVE AFFAIR WITH THEIR GUNS. One Escaped Without a Scratch While the Other Can Not Long Survive Story Leading Up to the Uniusual Climax. ington, Ind., is ex cited over a duel fought by two jeal ous young farmers. They fought with pistols for a bride. One of them will probably die, .while the other. escaped without a scratch. The wounded man is Frederick Koontz. lIe was shot through the left lung by William Douglass. 'Both young men pre well known, and live on farms with their parents. Douglass is now in jail and is held to await the result of Koontz's wound, as physicians say he will die. All accounts agree that the arrangements for the meeting were made in the most approved manner, and that the young men fought like cool headed duellists, instead of hot-headed youngsters. Two rounds were fired, the first having accomplished nothing. It appears that both had for a long time been paying attention to Miss Mamie...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 10 October 1895

SEEKERS FOR GOLD. A QUEER COLONY DISCOVERED IN MISSOURI. Delving in the Earth for the Preclous Metal-Fanatical in Their Views ec(eiving a Newspaper Correspondent "*)on't Like Strangers. (Special Correspondence.) HAT SECTION OF Jackson county, Missouri, designat ed as "Sni hills" is the home of a pe culiar people. They are of unusual and erratic belief in things temporal and things spiritu al, and it is a fact that "Sni hills" is the synonym of all that is both un usual, sensational and fanatical. Why this should be is to some a mystery. In years gone by, so tradition says, the hills of Sni were the home of the desperate moonshiner. There, hidden from the sight of man within the nar row confines of the forest and dense undergrowth along the banks of Sni .reek. they were safe from all intrud ers. Now the moonshiner is gone and the crazed gold seeker has takeri his place. These gold seekers are fanatical mnd peculiar in their lives and actions. T'he writer made a visit to their den, If...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 10 October 1895

THE NARROW CUTTER THE DEFENDER APPROXIMATES THE IDEAL. ?he Deep-Keel Yacht Has Many Ad vantages Over the Centerboard Type A Lesson Drawn from the Recent Trial Races. T HE discussion of the oft-repeated and still unsettled question of the rel ative merits of the deep-cutter and - wide - centerboard types has hereto fore always been a at a disadvantage, , for the reason that no large keel vessel of modern racing type and of ninety tons burden or thereabout had ever been built to the extreme depth which would have been necessary if the cor rect proportions were maintained. The Genesta and Galatea, both good exam ples of the narrow cutter type, measur, ing 85 to 87 feet over all, and of about 90 tons burden each, had a draught of only about 13 feet, whereas if they had been built to full proportions they would have drawn about 18 feet. The full draught was sacrificed to make a more useful boat which could enter most harbors and sail over ordinary courses. The advocates of the extreme na...

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. — 10 October 1895

N IRIKaH fTS & MINERR NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL, $50,000. A A Mc Don'd FICERS: ...... ...... President F J Wilson.... ........ Vice President (' 1[ E-hb'ugh....................C(:ashier CE Hymt;or............. Assistant (Cashier DIRECTORS: MEH IT Gannon A A McDonald SD)eenhiart F J Wilson F M )Drfee CE Ilymer Aug. tireenheok (' IH Eshbaugh \Webb Vincent GINERa\L .ANrING B1USINESS TRANSAC TED. F/OREIGN AND DOMESTIO EX A t-lways glad to see our friends. C *+ 9++99i9 EatLerd at the Postnfhlce at Philipsbuhr Sr'r/t/ile County!I, Montana, as Second-Class Matlter for l'ransnmi.sion Through the Mail. Subscriptlion Rates. IN ADVANCE: NOT IN ADVANCE: One year .......... 2 00 )One year... ...$3 00 Six months........ 1 ) Six months........ 1 50 'oreign postage added. Itanittances at the risk of the subscriber, and shiuld be inade by exI)ress money order, post of.i:h money order or check, to the order of THE MAIL, Philipsbhnr. ( ranite County. Mont. Address all business communications as above....

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 10 October 1895

JOHN A. SPENCER JASIE YILLE MAArltiE&JAlilWiEIWIS. FARM IMPLEMENTS Wagons, Baling Ties, Binding Twine, Barbed Wire. 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. STOVES .... 1 NlOVES ..,. CUTLERY... CUTLERY ... AMMUNITION J V AMMUNITION HARDW ABRE HOUSE AT THE OLD STAND OF MclNTYRE & MATTHEWS. READY TO DO BUSINESS IN A BUSINESS-LIKE MIANNER My Stock Is All New and the Prices Will Suit You. BROADWAY, PHILIPSBURC. A. McINTYRE. STHE PIIILIPSBUR IRm WORKS i BOWEN BROS. & THOMPSON, PROPRIETORS. IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS AND MACHINI8T'8 All Kinds of Mining, Milling and Concentrating Machinery Made and Repaired. CHilled Car Wheels,. Crusher Shoes and Dies, Cornish Rolls, Mininn Cars, Etc., Etc. g : LOCK BOX R, PHILIPSBURC, MONTANA * 0IP'P'A" N' S ONE GIVES RELIEF. W. T. ALLISON G. V. SHERMAN FUKNITUNE HOUSE C...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 10 October 1895

TITLE CREEK MYSTERY. WHO STRANGLED HAPLESS CLARA SHANKS? lgnlance Committee in Parke and Foun taln Counties, Indiana, Trying to Lo cate the Guilty Party-Story of the Crime. (Bloomingdale (Ind.) correspondence.) HE MURDER OF Clara Shanks, which has been ex citing Parke and Fountain counties for several weeks, is still shrouded In as great mystery as on the morning her lifeless body was taken from Wolf creek falls. Three of the shrewdest criminal attorneys of the two counties, two detectives of more han local reputation, all assisted by a Mgilance committee comprising a doz of the best farmers of the neighbor hood, have worked day and night on the case trying to find sufficient evi dence for a conviction of the guilty parties, but the plot seems to be a fit 'ubje.t for the pen of a novelist. Clara Shanks was the beautiful 18 year-old daughter of Frederick Shanks. She was the third child of six, and was in many ways the star of that rural home. The Shanks place is one mile north of Gra...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 10 October 1895

KILLED THE LOTTERY. AMERICANS OWE MUCH TO PROF. WOODBRIDGE. Was a Prime Mover in the Original Anti-Lottery Campaign and Never Wavered Until the Octopus Was Driven from Our Country. ROFESSOR S. H. Woodbridge, of the Massachusetts In Stitute of Tech nology, to whom perhaps more than to any other person the lottery business owes its deathblow, was born in Perth Amboy, New Jersey on Dec. 26, 1848. He is a descendant of the Rev. John Woodbridge, a Puritan preacher, who came to this country in 1630, and became the first minister in Newbury, now Newburyport, Massa chusetts. At Williams college, where he received his academic education, Prof. Woodbridge exhibited traits of leadership and an ability for organiza tion and aggressive effort which made him a young man of mark. He was identified throughout, his student life with all the religious and moral activi ties of the college, at one time being chiefly instrumental in quelling a re bellion among the undergraduates, and at another raising ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 10 October 1895

Mackinaw Shirts Coats Pants Will be worn just as soon as cold weather begins. We have a large stock ranging in price per garment from $1.25 to $5.00. Winter Caps We have all displayed. Just think of it! a nice one for 50 cents. WEINSTEI N'S Cement Contractors, WE HAVE A CEMENTED CELLAR 23x26 feet, 5,% feet high; it lets in water, which we want you to stop. Call on or address, ESTATE OF WM. WEINSTEIN, PHILIPSBURG, MONT. COLD LEAF BAKINC POWDER. 16 OZS TO LB-NOT 12. A Montanna P'rot uction.ll Absolute 13 Pure-ro--l from Azmmnioin, Al knali or AZlum. GOLD LEAF BAKING POWDER CO., Philipsburg, Montana. DAN N. McDONALD DEALER IN Roedh & LUMBERNo. 1, 3 .Dressed F9 aý+ inishi ng A No. 1 Dry......... LATHS .... Always In Stock Washington Red UT11Tp. Warranted First Cedar............. iLihU lass............. My stock of Eastern DOORS .... Cannot lie Beat i Sell All Kind of WINDOWS At Lowest Prices :Rock Springs....... For Heating Has No Blossburg and Oa L Eoal . berland.............. For ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 17 October 1895

THE PHILIPS1BURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 38. PHILIPSBURG. GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. _I_~- - h - ----- - Fruits - CHAS. WILLIAMS - fruits - and 1--_.e I and Confectionery CATERER. Confectionery Novels Novels: New and Select Line in English and German by Popular Authors - - - THE VERY LATEST PUBLICATIONS JUST RECEIVED CENTRAL BLOCK.................... CHAS. WILLIAMS .......... ...............PH ILIPSB. RG Dimes and Dollars ARE BEING SAVED BY WIDE-AWAKE PURCHASERS IN TRADING WITH JOSEPH LUTEY, Barret d dacky Building. The Reliable Grocer. RUBBER GOODS In This Particular Line New Goods Are Especlally Desired. There Is No Old Stock in My Store, and in Rubber Goods a Large Invoice of New Stool from the Manufacturer C Has Just Arrived. d f d and Shoe Store in the ý / l e . , n o r ite County of Granite. - McLeod Block, Phi.ipsburW. County of Granite. _..... .. . . I Kelly, the Merchant Tailor, MAKES NOBBY FALL SUITS. Call on him for the finest goods...

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