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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 31 October 1895

IEXKICO'S COMING FAIR fr WILL ECLIPSE ALL PREVIOUS SOUTHERN EFFORTS. Zxposition of Industries and Fine Arts Will Open April 2 Next-Bulldings Going Up Rapidly and Foreign Inter eat Keen. (Special Correspondence.) EXICO is to have an International Exposition of In dustries and Fine Arts. Of this there is no longer any doubt. Ground has been broken, build ings are in course of construction and an exposition of more or less im portance will open to the public April 2 next. The scheme has been under some thing of a cloud, from the time it re ceived indorsement from the Mexican congress last December, until very re cently, for the reason that the manage ment was divided in factions. Many of the same difficulties that confronted the management of the Columbian Ex position have been experienced. But all troubles are now happily passed. President Diaz stepped into the breach and insisted that small peccadillos should be overlooked; that all hands should rally to insure a grand and suc IGNACI...

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. — 31 October 1895

VETERANS' CORNER. THIS DEPARTMENT BELONGS TO THE OLD SOLDIERS. Some Good Short Stories of Blvouac and Strife - Valorous Deeds Done Upon the Field of Battle When the Republic Was Threatened. N THE TROPICAL night, where the palms interlace Dim, shadowy fin gers in tender embrace, 4 hen the pulse of the breeze throbs no more on the plains, - And the moon beams unravel their shadowy skeins; Then, heart of my heart, like a spirit I stand Alone in the quiet of memory's land, And I call to thee, sweet, in my weary despair, But my pleading falls faint on the lan guorous air. There is grief in the night, there in night in my soul, As I walk by thy grave in my lonely patrol; Is it long thou hast slept, is thy rest ing place near? I know not, ah me, and I care not, my dear For, life of my life, although time dries the tears, I love thee and long for thee still through the years; In the day or the night, in the world or apart, I love thee and watch by thy grave in my heart. And yet thou are not...

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. — 31 October 1895

We will give to our customers one Handsome . Silk Dress pattern, they to decide among them- i0 . selves the sole owner. Commencing to-day, for 0 Qeach dollar paid us for merchandise you will re ceive certificate as a customer. Get all your . certificates and save them all. S@' ® The prices on our CLOAKS are the latest fad, ranging as they do from •- $I.oo to $Io.oo. WEINSTEIN'S R os~ a3~ @ COLD LEAF BAKINC POWDER. 16 OZS TO LB-NOT 12. A Montana Production. Absolute ly Pure--Preo from Ammonia, Al kcali or Alum. GOLD LEAF BAKING POWDER CO., Philipsburg, Montana. DAN N. McDONALD DEALER IN ,Rogh & . LUMBER No. A No.1 Dry......... LATHS ....Always in Stock Washington Red UITITI1T "V Warranted First Cedar........... ..UL)JlU hIJSClIass............ Mystock of Eastern DOORS .... Cannot Be Beat I SellAll Kind of WINDOWS At Lowest Prices Rock Springs....... For Heating Has No Blossburg and Cum- .'. .L Equal ................ berland .............. For Blacksmithing AND I Have Fresh....... ...

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

STHE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 41. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. . . . .. .. . . . . mmunn,,,,,,,m .. . i ii n mna lu m m u ulu u m m • m n u m ma m m mh m n - Fruits - CHAS. WILLIAMS, fruits - and and Confectionery CATERER. Confectionery Novels Novels New and Select Line in English and Germah by Popular Authors - - - THE VERY LATEST PUBLICATIONS JUST RECEIVED CENTRAL BLOCK.................... CHAS. W LLIAM .......................... PH|LIPSBURG - WANTED - I want you to try a sack of "Gold Medal" Flour, and if after a fair trial you don't think it is the best you have ever used I will take it back. That's fair, isn't it a Price, $2.25 per cwt. Barret & Jacly Building J UTY Te Reliable Grocer RUBBER GOODS In This Particular Line New Goods Are Especially Desired. There Is No Old Stock in My Store, and in Rubber Goods a Large Invoice of New Stock from the Manufacturer as .Just Arrived. Only Exclusive Boot , C. Mo [no.enly ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 7 November 1895

LIVEI) LVJKE THE RATS. DISCOVERIES RES ECTINGSOME ARIZONA INODIANS. They Burrowed In the Earth--In Fact, They Had Subterranean Hotels on a. Grand Scale-Imagination and Sense of Dignity. N EXPLORATION in the Rio Verde valley of Arizona, conducted for the bureau of ethnol ogy by Cosmos ' indeleff, has brought about some new and interest ing discoveries re specting a prehis toric race. These people burrowed in the earth like rats. Their houses were holes in the hills, some of them so extensive as to be veri table subterranean hotels, the apart mernts being in suites for the occupancy of families. Eight miles south of Verde, on the east side of the river, is the now empty home of a once prosper ous underground community. It has •200 rooms on the main level, divided in to seventy-four distinct and separate sets. On a level above, constituting a second story, are fifty-six rooms in twenty-four sets. It is believed that the entire establishment accommodated 150 to 200 people. Hollowed out ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 7 November 1895

DRANK THEIR BLOOD. HORRIBLE DOUBLE MURDER BY AN ITALIAN. With a Stiletto He Stabbed the 'Girl He Loved and Then Murdered Her Sister --houted "Vendetta" and Then Put the Weapon to His lips. NE OF THE MOST heartless, :iendish and ghastly dotible tragedies which New York city has witnessed in years, was perpetrated !last week. Its prin cipAl not ;only slashed two young women with a stil etto so that both Will die, but :actually placed the warm, red weapon to his lips after finishing his deadly work, and exclaimed: "I have drank her heart's blood!" The double tragedy was enacted on the sidewalk. The cowardly assassin, Filippe Giampata, is a cobbler land a native of Italy, 47 years old. His vic tims are Kate Weils, 18 years old, and her sister Rosa, 27 years old. The sisters were walking down East Eigh ty-eight street on their way home, when, all unknown to them, Giampata, who stood in hiding in a vestibule, / KATE WEILS. awaited them with murder in his heart. In his hand he held a stile...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 7 November 1895

IERuHArNTS MINERS I NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL, $50,000. OFFICERS: AA McDna'd ...... ... President F.1 iVilson ...........Vice President C I I g .. ................Cashier C E lfymer ............. ssistant Cashier ' DIRECTORS: )M E- G Cannon AA McDonald L C Degenhart F J Wilson F M D.)urfee C E Hymer Aug. (ireonheck ' 11 REshbaugh Wlebb Vincent OSNERBaL .\ANKIINO BUSINESS TRANSAC TED. FOREcGN AND DOMESTIOC Ex . OIIAlo. i"lways glad co see our friends. T'atered rrt the Pmoinfflce at Philipsburg (r'ranite Coutyl, MIonlaneuaa, as Second-Class M3tller.for 7'ratseissione Through the Mail. Subscription RIates. IN ADVANCE: NOT TN ADVANCE: One year..........2 0!)0 ()none yenas. .......$3 00 Six ,monthsr.......1 ()0 Six months........ 1 50 Ftoreiga postage added. Iltr ittances at the risk of the subscriber, and shauld be made by express money order, post oilice money order or check, to the order of THE MAIL, Philipsburet. (Gran ie County. Mont. Address all business commeu nications as above. Give...

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

JOHN A. SPENCER JAvE VILL i Ali d UII lJlEWUIL0. 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 ... TOVE .... CUTLERY ... . ..CUTLERY... AMMUNITION F AMMUNITION HARDWARE HOUSE AT THE OLD STAND OF McINTYRE & MATTHEWS. READY TO DO BUSINESS IN A BUSINESS-LIKE MANNER My Stocl Is All New and the Prices Will Suit You. BROADWA'Y, PHILIPSBURC. A. McINTYRE. THE PHIILIPSBURG IRC~i WORKS i BOWEN BROS. & THOMPSON, PROPRIETORS. SIRON AND BRA88 FOUNDERS AND MIVIINI878 i !* S All Kinds of Mining, Milling and Concentrating Machinery Made and Repaired. CHilled Car Wheels, Crusher Shoes and % Dies, Cornish Rolls, Mininn Cars. Etc., Etc. " Y LOCK BOX R, PHILIPSBURC, MONTAVA N * ir .................. .. ******* **** + + 4 ONE GIVES RELIEF. -ý .soN SHERIII...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 7 November 1895

A TRAIL OF BLOOD MARKS THE WAY TO OLD SPAN ISH FORT. fhirty-Fi·e Persons Have Wet Tragcl Deaths Since the Town Was T.aid Out-Fate of the McLaughlin Fam fly. PANISH FORT, A blittle village on the sand bluffs of Red river, is well worth visiting, because it is a surviving spec imen of an almost B" tinct species. The genuine frontier town in Texas is now as scarce an article as the typi cal frontier bad man, and about as scarce as his esteemed contemporary, the buffalo. Spanish Fort is not a par ticularly lawless place to-day, but its physical appearance is still what it was when it was establishing a record. The place was laid out in 1873, and has had, for the past 20 years, perhaps as many as 200 inhabitants. There are buried in the two graveyards in the place, 35 persons, who have been killed in the town since 1873. This is not a guess founded upon the recollections of old inhabitants, but is taken from a DICK DRTISKILL. list recently published, in which the name of the victim was g...

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

eTORY OF A 'SNAKE. TOLD BY A MAN WITH A FER TILE' IMAGINATION. Now a Snake Caught I)ucks-A Trifing Incident of Farm Fife That in Some Places Might Have Escaped Atten tien. HE ,KILLING OF a small garden snake in the flower plot back of Hav erford station, on the Pennsylvania railroad, the other day, is responsible for the following narrative, told by a trio of well-to-do and .respectable looking passengers, says the Snake Valley Rattler. The little wiggling rep tile was not over a foot and a half long, but the gardener who killed it was as proud as if he had just taken 'his first girl home. He believed in the old ad age, "To kill the first snake you see in a season is to kill, or overcome, your enemies." .The three old, gentlemen gathered around the snake, turned it over several times with their canes, and, after seating themselves in a cool corner of the station, became reminis cent. "I'll never forget a little advent ure I had with a snake," began one of the party. "I think'I was b...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 7 November 1895

• This Cold Weather . Demands . "ý Warmer Clothing, . Boots, W Shoes, Etc., Etc. You should look over our line of UNDERWEAR from $1.50 to $5 per suit, besides some * odds and ends at half price. RUBBER GOODS @ Have been going this week, and no wonder! The weather is cold and our prices make i us shiver. Some large sizes of © • . Lumberman's only 5oc . . Those are old stock; but the prices on new stock are a contrast compared with prices of the past. . WEINSTEIN'S o~e~e-o·oo ·oIe e·oo Ao:@:o·o·:o·e·o~o COLD LEAF BAKING POWDER. 16 OZS TO LB-NOT 12. A Montana Production. Absoluteo ly Pure-Free from Ammonia, Al kall or Alunm. GOLD LEAF BAKING POWDER CO., Philipsburg, Montana. DAN N. McDONALD DEALER IN oh. LU M No 12, I .. uressed i iMBEhRndi Ing A No. 1 Dry......... LATHS .... Always in Stock Washington Red CITITLTPV Warranted First Cedar............. O.1IiUJjEJ Class............. Mystock of Eastern DOORS .... Cannot le Beat I SellAll Kind of WINDOWS At Lowest Prices Rock Springs...... ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 14 November 1895

C&oe iltsioroal Liibrary THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 42. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. .. .... ... .. |1 ---~ _ i_ _ I I mmm - ruits - CHAS. WILLIAMS, I uits - Confectionery CATERER. Confectionery Novels Novels New and Select Line in English and German by Popular Authors - - - THE VERY LATEST PUBLICATIONS JUST RECEIVED CENTRAL BLOCK. .................... HAS. ..........· . PHILIPSBURG CHAS. WILLIAMS YES, I WANT YOUR TRADE Why? Because there is more money in it for me es well as you. How? You get the best here at the same price you pay elsewhere for a cheaper article. Now Don't take my word for it, but come and see for yourself. Barret & Jacliy Building JOSPIP bUTEY The Reliable Grocer RUBBER GOODS In This Particular Line New Goods Are Especially Desired. There IIs No Old Stock in My, Store, and in Rubber Goods a Large Invoice of New Stock from the Mlanufacturer Has Just Arrived. and Shoe Store in the C M cL eod, ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 14 November 1895

SNAKE FARM IN EAST. ITS UNCOMMON LIVE STOCK, E BREEDING METHODS. The Possibilities of the Snakeskin In dustry Suggested to Mrs. Haskins by = the Belts and Pocketbooks of Sum- t mer Boarders in Cooperstown. r (Special Correspondence.) I P in the Otsego $ Hills In New York s State many strange industries are car-' ried on, but there is none stranger than that of Hiram t Haskins and none that returns a bet ter profit. Mr. Has kins is a snake farmer, and so profitable has his business become that I he has undertaken to domesticate the f reptiles and breed them. While travel Ing through Otsego with wheel and s camera a few weeks ago the writer s heard at Cooperstown of this strange t man who had gone to raising rattlers and pilots for the market. His place t was found up in the hills near Schuyler I Lake. He lives in a comfortable frame dwelling, where the writer was invited s to partake of a meal of fresh milk and c boiled cracked corn. 1 "Kem up to look fer snakes, did yeou, neow?" sai...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 14 November 1895

GRIFTFIN THE. JOCKEY. HOW HE WAS BROUGHT OUT BY JIMMY SHIELDS. An Apprenticed Orphan in the "Pro tectory" at New York-Pitiful Story of Early Sorrows - Is Now Worth Fully S50,000. HIS is the story of a pale, slender boy, N who, five years ago, knelt by his bed side each night and said his prayers. It is the story of a boy who has not yet forgotten how to . - pray, but who has accumulated a for tune of $50,000 solely through his adaptability to cer tain conditions under which he was placed. It is the history of Henry Grif fin, the premier lightweight jockey of the American turf-a youth whose thin hands and frapped brain have time and again shaped the vast money currents in that maddest of all plunging bourses, the race track betting ring. Henry Griffin was born in New York city eighteen years ago. He is the eld est of four children. He has a brother, who is two years his junior, and two young sisters. The Griffins were poor people, but sturdily honest and respect able. While Henry was...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 14 November 1895

OS$4444OdO 49O1 O 9999O9999 Bob )14RCHANTT8 & MINERS R 22 NATIONAL BANK ta' ofi CAPITAL, $50,000. Th - .. .she OFFICERSr Wa A A McDona'd .............Prosident F I Wilson................Vice President C H Eshbaugh ...... ...........Cashier inp CE I-Iymter............. Assistant Cashier DIRECTORS: go M E H Gannon AA lMcDonald ilt L C Degenhart F J Wilson F AL Durfee C E Hyiner oi Aug. (G reenheck ' .H Eshbaugh be Webb Vincent GENERAL BANK[IN BUSINESS T5ANSAC- n TED. FOIEIGN AND DOMESTIO Ex CRANGE. S .P"Always glad to see our friends. O NO@®90080f 99 b0 94 ®®00949®00 In tic de Entered at Ithe Poslofnce at Phiilipsburg Granile Colt..l. .loitanaci. as Second-Class inO Matter for Trtnae,tission, Through the Mail. f Subscription Rates. On IN ADVANCE: NOT IN ADVANCE: ,St One year.. ....... 2 00 One year.......... $3 00 Six months..... . 1 I0 Six months........ 150 th Foreign postage adldrd. Ren, ittances at the risk of the subscriber, and fat should be made iv express money order, post...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 14 November 1895

THE ISSUE DEFINED. A JIndieations Point to a Straight Free Silver Battle at the Polls. The field is fast being cleared for a straight up and down free coinage fight next year. We have Mr. Balfour de claring that he does not believe a monetary conference of the nations would accomplish anything at the pres ent time., This is equivalent to-saying . that no conference will be held. We have English and German gold-hug papers receiving the declaration with applause and the comment that it set tles the matter of an international conference for good. In this country we have the general confession of the self-styled "sound money" men that -when they speak of sound money they mean gold alone or currency rudeema bie in gold alone. This is being ad znitted everywhere, so that there w:il be no skulking behind disguise in the campaign. The question has hereto fore narrowed down to the proposition that the United States shall re-estab lish free coinage without the co-opera tion of any other count...

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. — 14 November 1895

'FORE S.E WENT. Things ain't like they used to be 'Fore she went away; .Test don't look the same to me Don't-by night or day! Weather's colder, skies ain't half Like they wuz when she Made the silver sunbleanls laugh From the blue to me. Seems like, fore she went away, Nuthin' ever wringl It wuz summer all the day- Summer sweet with song. Summer Ill them eyes o' hers, Bright as mountain lakes When the wind above 'emi stirs An' the imornin' breaks. Summer in her lips 'at thrilled Like the songs o' birds: Rich an' rosy lips at spilled Music with their words. Summer all erhout her! She Seemed the whole day long Just a livin' melody Sunshine set to song! Will she come again? Some time I shall wake an' h-'ar Silver bells o' music chime Soft-like on the air; An' the wind'll waft the snows Winter will depart, An' the spring'll pin a rose Here on my poor heart' -Atlanta Constitution. THAT INTERVIEW. SSSS BSSSSSSS A Ne' -'nOlDer Story. We were in a parlor car on the n, Canadian Pacific, fort...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 14 November 1895

'IS A FAIR FORGER. I4ILLIAN VINCENT IS HANDY WITH THE PEN. -With Her Father She Travels from Country to Country, Leaving 'Many Vietims on Her. Trail- Forced, to .Quit Vienna 9 . . ILLIAN VINCENT, who.is. also known as the countess .of Savoy, Marie No ble, Sibyl St. John Sand by other names which have been used 'by her in carrying out her 'many schemes as a blackmailer :and adventuress, has some to 'grief In New York city. She was frustrated in probably the most pretentious scheme that she ever un dertook in all her dazzling career-a scheme which if. it had gone through as it had been planned would have de pleted the vaults of one of the largest national banks in the city in the neigh borhood of Wall street, ,ruined :the 'house and wrecked the life of one of the officials in the bank and created. no end of scandal and disgrace. ,Lil lian is as beautiful as 'she is wicked. She seems to have a peculiar 'power over men that is akin to hypnotism. Her pathway is strewn with victims, and t...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 14 November 1895

S when they get a Lewis Shoe.. - We Have a Full Line of Them. . • RUBB AERS I.If you need any you should look ours over. Some are rare bargains, for the reason that we are @ closing out the rubber stock entirely. LADIES' CLOAKS. .0.Well, your price is ours. . SWEINSTEIN' S 4:®0'00:00::0:: ::0::0O:OO:OU: COLD LEAF BAKINC POWDER. 16 OZS TO LB-NOT 12. A Montana Production. Absolule ly Pure-Free from Ammonia, Al kali or Alum. GOLD LEAF BAKING POWDER C'O.. Philipsburg, Montana. DAN N. McDONALD DEALER IN Rou.fh &E No. 1, 2, 3 .. rojessed L U B R inishing A No. 1 Dry......... LATHS ....Always in Stock Washington lied (UTrI._TI Warranted First Cedar ............ UilU. SII .LSIJClass............. Mystock ofEastern DOOR .... Cannot e Beat I SellAllKind of WINDOWS At Lowest Prices ]ock Springs....... For Heating Has No Blossburg and Cum- Equal ................ berland .............. For Blacksmithing AND 1 Have Fresh....... LIIE ....Always on Hand If you are going to build or repair your b...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 21 November 1895

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 43. PIIILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, TURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1895. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. mmmmm 'ram mm. mmm mmTISB7G GRNT CONY •MNA~ •HRDY OEBR2,19,PIE IECN - Fruits - CHAS. WILLIAMS fruits - and and Confectionery C OATERER. Confectionery Novels Novels New and Select Line in English and German by Popular Authors - - - THE VERY LATEST PUBLICATIONS JUST RECEIVED ..... o:.....ISu.......... H AS. W I L LIA MS :.........................PHILIPSBURG RUBBER GOODS In This Particular Line New Goods Are Especially Desired. There Is No Old Stock in My Store, and in Rubber Goods a Large Invoice of New Stock from the Manufacturer Has Just Arrived. Only Exolusive Boot J . £ . nyEoe B.a:tl' j o, y xou,. Boot and Shoe Store in the J. C. M choe Steod, ore in h County of Granite. 2MoLood Block, Philipsburg. County of Granite. I H. Kclly, Merchallt Tailor, Starts the Ball a Rolling! PRICES 9ON SIlTS. OYVERIOATS;P ANTS CUT IN TWO Just receiyed, a line of Fall and Wint...

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