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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 2 January 1896

I ERCHANTS I MINERS NATIONAL B NK CAPITAL, $50,000. OPPICE·Ra A A Mc Dona'd.... .......... President F J Wilson................Vice Presldent C H Eshbaug............... Cashier CE Hymeor ............. ssistant Cashier DIRIOTORaS M E H Gannon A A McDonald L C Degenhart F J Wilson F M Durfee C E Hymer Aug. Greenheck C H Eshbaugh Webb Vincent GONERAL BANKING BUSINEss TRANSAO. TED. FOREIoGN AND DOMisTnO Ex. CEANGE. $ P"Always glad uto ee our friends. Wte $nail. Official Paper for Granite County and the City of Philipsburg. Entered at the Posto.fce at Philipsburg Grrnte County. Montana, as Second-Class Matter for Tran.smission Through the Mail. Siubscriptlon Rates. IN ADVANCE: NOT IN ADVANCE: One year A.......... $200I One year..........$3 00 Six months........ 1 00 Six months........ 1 50 Ioreign postage added. Renittances at the risk of the subscriber, and should be made by express money order, post office money order or check. to the order of THE MAIL. Philiphurg. Giranite ('onnty. Mo...

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. — 2 January 1896

TAXES DELINQUENT FOR THE YEA 1895: List of Property Upon Which Taxes for the Year 1895, and Certain Other Property Therein Described for Both 1894 and 1895 Has Become Delinquent : Anderson, Wmn-Lot 6, blk 6, Pprker's addition; wagon, harness, six horses.......... $ 14 80 Algonquin fining Co-Algoh quin Belle and Estella lodes, 20-stamp mill .. ........... 121 55 Alex Ambrose-se y, sec 28, twp 9, r 18; fencing, cabin, two horses ........ .... 17 51 Andersou, Ben-Frame house on lot 242,Granite company's ground, Granite ............ 2 12 Boundy, A-cabin on Granite company's ground, Granite.. 1 58 Bennett, Rionard - House on Granite company's ground, Granite .... ................ 3 18 Beadley, George - House in Rumsey, on lot 110.......... 2 65 Brown, Barnes & Wilson-A quartz mill on Rock creek.... 10 19 Bevan, Wm-House in Combi nation...................... 1 15 Bawdin, O-House on Granite company's ground, Granite, lot 846.... .................. 1 58 Barnes, Thomas-House on Bell Frac...

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. — 2 January 1896

.--. D Sn'T FORGET TO TAKE WATCH AND JEWELRY WORK RICHARDS, JEWELER. DIPS, SPURS AND ANGLES. -Happy New Year. -Martin Morony is over form Deer Lodge. -Charley Coy returned from Helena Saturday last. -Court will convene Tan. 8, on pro bate business. -C. A. Wilson makes a change in his adv. today. -R. D. McRae, of Stone, was in the 'burg Tuesday. -Hon. W. B. Rodgers spent Monday in town from Butte. -County Conmmnissioner Pizer has returned from Helena. -A. A. McDonald is in Idaho this week on a business trip. -Prof. Westphal anticipates giving a manquerade in the near future. -Ticket No. 1640 takes the silk dress at Weinstein's. Read their adv. -W. E. Moore was a visitor in the state capital during the past week. -The Episcopal church is orna mented with a handsome new organ. -John Campbell, a,brother of E. H. Campbell, arrived Tuesday from Butte. -Durand offers somec great bargains in his adv. today. Don't fail to read it. -Sheriff Johnlson went out to Havey creek Tuesday to hlok aft...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 9 January 1896

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 50. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MO ANA, THURSDAY, JANUARYI. 1896. PRICE: FIVE CE1NT SCHOL BOOK TOYS, DO LL8, BOOKS, IETO, HEADQUARTERS POR CONFECTIONERIES AND FRUITS SMOKERS' ARtTICLES. ..........................HII R HA . WILLIAMS RUBBER GOODS In Thil Particular Line New Goods Are Espeelally Desired. There Is No Old Stock In My .Store, and in Rubber Goods a Large Invoicoe of New Stock from the Manufacturer Jae Just Arrived. only Exclu"ive "' J. C. MlcLeodo clulve Boot' and Shoe. Store in the .S• a~nd Shoe Store in the County of Granite. I McLeod Blook, Philipsburg. I County of Granite. TOV .... STOV . CUTLRY ... * - OUT4.aR.. . AMMUNITION 6 AMMUNITION HARDWARE HOUSE AT THE OLD STAND OF MclNTYRE & MATTHEWS. READY TO DO BUSINESS IN A BUSINESS-LIKE MANNER 1y Stock Is All New and the Prices Will Suit You. BROADWAY,- PHILIPSBURC. A. MCINTYRE. * CLEARING HOUSE * STOCKTAKING Everything that we think you could use now, that we could well spare; will ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 9 January 1896

)1KRGKA1fS k MINUR8 N 1TON L B NK CAPITAL,$50,000. OPPIORIB ' A A MoDona'd ...............President Sd W ilon ............ Vice President U 1baa...............Cashier GE . y.mur.......... .sa.stai.t (ashier H E HGannon A oDonald f ere, n hart C EWilson Aug. Greeanheek C shbaugh [ Webb Vinoent GI.aRAL BAxKING Bfuslxass TSANBAC tsD. FOREIGN AND DoMEATIo Ex. RABNOGE. "Always glad to see our friends. Icial Paper for Granite County and the City of Philipsburg. ered at the Postoffce at Philipsburg e County, Montana, as Second-Class ter for Transmissiot Through the Mail. Subscription Rates. IN ADVANCE: NOT IN ArVANCE: e year..........$2 00 One year.........$3 00 months........ 1 00 Six months........ 1 50 oreign postage added. enittances at the risk of the subscriber, and ald be made by express money order, post money order or check, to the order of THE MAIL, Philipsburg. Granite County. Mont. Lressalrbusmese communications as above. leo ts 3"your l),uainess and we will nelke businea s for...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 9 January 1896

Give Us Your B usiness and We Will Make B usine s For You. •:I 1 0 THE LMA ,IL PUBUISlIING COMPAN&,. rroadw-ay and California Streets, PIiLIPPSBUrO, MONr:I . NA - $:..

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 9 January 1896

TAXUB DELINQUENT FOR THE *.Y., A.J89,,. ...... List of Poe. pon Which Taxes for the Year 18 5, *nd Certain Other 'per Described for.Both a194 and l8 as ome Delinquent : Anderson, Win --Lot 6, ,blk 6, Pat.ker's addition; dvgon, harness, si) lorses...... ;... $ 14 80 Algonquin Mlid.ng Co-Algd0 quin Belle CiI Estella lode. - l0stamp nill .... ......... '121 55 Alex Ambr se 1, sec 28, , ' twp 9, r 18; fencing, cabin, two horses. . .... ..... 17.51 Anderson, Bezl-Frame house on lot 242,Granite company's ground, Graqite ............ 2 12 Boundy, A--oabin on Granite company's 4und, Granite.. 1 58 Bennett, Ri dh - House on Granite o0ppany's ground, Granite .... ............... 3 18 Beadley, G e - House in Rumsey, o t 110.......... 2 65 Brown, Barne* & Wilson-A quartz mill oa Rock creek. 10 19 Bevan, Wm-4House in Combi nation..... ..... . I 15 Ba~din, O-House on Granite company's..gtound, Granite, lot 84. .... 58 Barnes, .'hoi ab-House on Bell Fraction, iCaite........... 5 38 Bary, W J -...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 9 January 1896

AR.E YOU SATISFIm WIT YOUR CLOTHES? There Im etiafaction in having them made to order by ANGUS JIWNtrON, the Merchant Tailor, ri ')asil fipd tbseli et ,a d . it miuJodIt. ,VII his ' reputation foil fair ei.li r is well. .tablished. ne Butis, uts, . . 5 to $5) s sts,...... s5to0 '6 Overcoatings, ..... 35 up tEgfio e to .. Publ;i ft Eading bodght out 1. A. Coy 'in the i ITANA .STAURANT Ieim low to reeoaid dto ot the same A . Cash *ast ACCm-' ' 00 peny all mail orders .Water W. Kroger, ASSAYER. ehtR1psb Ug, Moiimtalta. j "1POthce, one door east of Kaiser House '0 00 PHILIPSBtIRG +% , ,-, ,· PHILIPSBURG S1SOOING SHOP ... AND ... ONKRRBL BLICKSMITH J. M. CHAPMAN, PROP'R. opposite The Mail, Broadway. J. A. MATTHEWS, The Deaier hi LARNESS SADDLES, WHIPS, ROBES, id everything in the harness line at the very lowest prices. Repairing Done. R I DWAY, - - - - PHILIPSBURG D N N. MnDONALD DEALER IN N . 1 D ......... ...... . .. in Stock aedII'..........WW ei ia4 u tia.t k of Eastern DOORS ....Can...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 9 January 1896

Dress Linings? Yes! During process of inventory found 50 pieces more than is needed. They go at 5c. Per Yard. Sloppy, indeed; but! Child's Rubber Boots.......... $1 00 Youth's Rubber Boots......... 1 25 Ladies' Rubber Boots.......... 1 25 Boys' Rubber Boots............ 2 50 Men's Rubber Boots......82 to 6 00 50 Laundered Shirts at ................ 50 50 Laundered Shirts at ............. .75 These Prices Good While Goods Last. WEI NSTEIN'S DION'T FORGET TO TAKE WATCH AND JEWELRY WORK -TQ RICHARDS, JEWELEIR. __--__ TIME CARD_ OF THU ROCK CREEK STAGE LINE Leave Bonita daily at 9 a. m. Leave Clinton on Monday. Wednesday and Friday. Leave the mines to connect with all trains passing Bonita. M. E. EDWARDS -THE STAPLE AND FANCY CROCER Candy, Fruit, Nuts, Cigars and Tobacco, Masonic Building, Philipsburg, Mont. Low Prices RE what most people look for nowadays. Knowing this, some 0 merchants are advertising all sorts of goods at all sots of prices, trying to induce people io believe they are...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 16 January 1896

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. IX: NO. 51. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1896. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. I III II I i l II llllll II _i I I _ll m II I | Ifl ll _ _ _IIll_.... ._iimii__ __i Only a Few Days before inventory in which to close out our surplus stock winter goods. In order to do this, we will make greatly reduced prices: 10c unbleached Cotton Flannel ....................................O05 12%c unbleached Cotton Flannel................ ..............08 15c unbleached Cotton Flannel ...................................... ...10 20o unbleached Cotton Flannel ................................ I 121o Linen Crash ............ ............................. O 15c Linen Crash ...................... ..... ....... ........08o 16%o Linen Crash..................... ......................... 10 Extra wide Turkey Red Damask .......... ....................... 80 Extra w'de unbleached Damask ...................................80 Extra wide bleached Damask ..................

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 16 January 1896

) MRRCHMYl 8 k MINIKR8 th NATIONAL BANK 1in CAPITAL, $50,000. on S-- .. . wi OFFICERS: Ca A A McDonad ...... ....... President bu F J Wilou. .............Vice President C H Enitbaugh ................ashier th C E Rymer........... lssistaut Cashier g OIRSCTORSt ! I C Degenhart F J Wilson F M Durfee C E Hymer ill Aug. Greenhiek I' H Eshbaugh tb Webb Vincent G(IN.a.IL BANKING BUSINERS TRANSAC- f TED. FORaIGN AND DOxMETIC Ex.- l C1ANGE. ta IW1'Always glai tu see our friends. in S..*....****** . l a Official Paper for Granite County and tI the City of Philipsburg. tl nter'ed L t th'l l'oPlItre it I'hilipuslmrtrg rLrttaile' (CoLty/, Mo.nt1 a a, (L( s (I Se nrul-Closs Malt r fr "T'lrcatLmissi,n Through the Maril. - -- . It lnbcrI.itLionl Rates. IN 1\1VINe':: Nol' IN (. dANI'!: (no, o .'t r. () . '. . .... n: 10 i ..... . Il 1 Six ,il.ths. l ...... 1 0 .. I~jX lp.Lu- . , ,l i I : iLt!u . t5(1 II I r . .' ' t ttl i *.I of the, suhseril.r, Iandl L hirobll 1i :" l; ] " .l xY, p . lre. o '.y (m...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 16 January 1896

an a n a1 Gossip. A plant is being built at Hawthorn, Nev., to handle silver-lead c .es of lo*er grade. DeLamar, in.the southeastern part of Nevada, ti now the liveliest mining town in that state. Eight million dollars is the estimated gold output of the Cripple Creek, Colo., district for last year. The new plant of the Katie Mining Co. at Basin includes a '500-ton con centrator and a smelter. It is expected that, the Hope, at Ba sin, will be sold to New York capital ist:-, the consideration being *00,O00. The Mining Journal, organ of the Northwest Mining Association, suc ceeds the Northwest Mining Review at Spokane. TheeNdrthWesterni- Mining Associa tion A1ll have a convention of its sec ond vive presidents, 800 in numbe?, at Spokane, Wash., on Feb. 22. The DeLamar Mining Co., of Idaho, made a profit of $84, 690 on its Novem ber operations, 8,286 tons of ore yield ing $57,495 bullion in the mill. Claim jumping parties are being or ganized in a number of mining camps and the usual d...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 16 January 1896

What a Gag! Inventory prices are similar to the suit dis played in our window. We have one that will fit you. If you will say nothing about it you can have the suit for - $6.50 - BOSTONf MAS-- 7"0/ E NEW SCiULg -- IJ E MY LEWIS SHOES THEY ARE THE BEST. f" MY PAPA SAYS SO I Z Any Child, wear above shoes, that is locked up in the city guard house by the city infantry, just for jumping on someone's sleigh, we agree to furnish necessary funds for such child to prosecute city, to fullest extent, for damages. WE I NSTEIN'S DON'T - FORGET TO TAKE "OUITr WATCH AND JEWELRY WORK TO RICHARDS, JEWELER. S TIME CARD__ OF THE ROCK CREEK STAGE LINE Leave Bonita daily at 9 a. m. Leave Clinton on Monday. Wednesday and Friday. Leave the mines to connect with all trains passing Bonita. M. E. EDWARDS -THE STAPLE AND FANCY CROCER Candy, Fruit, Nuts, Cigars and Tobacco, Nasonic Building, Philipsburg, Mont. DIPS, SPURS AND ANGLES. -Mask ball tonight. -Read Durand's adv. -Fine job work at The Mail office. +...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 23 January 1896

THE PHILIPSBIURG MAIL. VOL. IX: O. 541 PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1896. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. Only a. Few Days f before inventory in which to close out our surplus stock winter goods. In order to do this, we will make greatly reduced prices: 10c unbleached Cotton Flannel ........................................... 0 12%c unbleached Cotton Flannel.......................................8.. 15c unbleached Cotton Flannel ..........................................I 0 20o unbleached Cotton Flannel ............................................. .I2 12~o Linen Crash ..................... ....................05 1 ec Linen Crash ............: ........ .................................. O 16%o Linen Crash ............. .......................................10 Extra wide Turkey Red Damask .......................... ...................0 Extra w'de unbleached Damask ................... ......................30 Extra wide bleached Damask .................. ..............

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 23 January 1896

I RRCHRNTS & MINERS NRYIONRL BANK $ CAPITAL. $50.O0.OO PROFITS AND SURPLUS, $4000 A A M."th~n l'Q..... ..t...t ) IPreiidn t F'.1 \ 114uu ...... ....... VIC(· l'residelltll (' I :ii i~iluyl i ................. ..1'irtshier DIRECTORS: MIE H(iann I AA McDonall F.)J~ W io IM Durfee Aug. (ireenhetk 1)() (1 slbnagh Webb Viuceut e vNC\II I ANKINi t'it LNHSS TIA\SAC TED. Fe'ox'Iaw .AND 1)ouinric Ex Cd i NOl. :'Aiwaye glad to see our friends. T ~iae 3"1;Yi.l Official Paper for Granite County and the City of Philipsburg. ELntered it the Postolfjlh.rat IPhitihurql Glranite (jou II Miii il t iii t. its SeC t(?lilass~~i .faotter for Irons issri~vaon Through the ititil. Mn sth i pt ion Miles. TN \IVA\NCE: Nuyll iN ADVA.N('e:: Ot' ye:mr .. (;ii year .......4:t (ot .ýjt( tiiiti t Ii .... I .. i t ii ix I oatl .... ... 1 till Imtiemirri mmit~auetItm' menit totmmi at the risk (itli' t sme iiuieritnr, sail shlenll he nln e by est es nlnney order, post ulie: in.' imimm'~ ottder mr ci eck. t u t he ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 23 January 1896

MINES - and Mining GoSlp. GOLD COIN PROPERTY. What an Eastern Visitor Thinks of a Granite County Gold Mine. "The mineral wealth of the Rocky mounatins is not realized by those who have never visited the great gold, sil ver and copper mines of our west ern states,'" said Dr. W. A. R. Ten ney to a Cincinnati Commercial-Ga zette Reporter; "and few realize the enormous amount of money that is pro duce each year from the mines. I have ju.,t retlrned from a trip to Mon 'tana, and I must confess that it was a revelation to mne. Montana's mines turned out during the past year pro ducts amounting to something like $40,000,000.. In Butte City the payroll of the mining industry alone is a million. dollars a month. The output of gold is increasing rapidly, being nearly double as great this year as any previous one. There is considerable activity. among the prospectors, and new camps are being discovered and many rich strikes made. "I went out for the express purpose of investigating a newly dis...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 23 January 1896

A ",Pizened" Pup Proves There are dastards in the community. "PIZENED" PRICES Prove some one are selling goods right. Anyone establishing the guilt of a dog poisoner we will reward with choice of any Suit of Clothes in our Store. To anyone else we will sell them a suit at. from $6.50 up. Only a few more left at this price. Ladies' Cloaks, $1.00. Lewis' School Shoes still carry with them the agreement to protect youngsters wearing them against city infantry who may "pull" them for jumping a sleigh. WEINSTEIN'S - DON'T FORGET TO TAKE WATCH AND JEWELRY WORK TO RICHARDS, JEWELER. -=TIME CARD - OF THa ROCK CREEK STAGE LINE Leave Bonita daily at 9 a. mn. Leave Clinton on Monday. Wednesday and Friday. Leave the mines to connect with all trains passing Bonita. M, E.EDWARDS -THE STAPLE AND FANCY CROCER Candy, Fruit, Nuts, Cigars and Tobacco, Masonic Building, Pbilipsburg, Mont. SOMETIfIES HEN we see others advertising goods over which time has charitably thrown a mantle of mold; and canned g...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 30 January 1896

-.. ....... . . , . . .,.,... THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. : 6 PRICE: FIVE CENTS. VOL. Xs NO. 1. PHILIPSBURG GANITE COUNTY, MONTANA THURSDAY JANUARY 30, 1896. PICE: FIVE CET. SL6bIKS' FOOT W RAR Until sold we offer 800 pairs Ladies' Oxford Ties and Shoes as follows: 385.00 GRADES LADIES' OXFORD TIES 35.4O GRADES LADIEs' OXFORID TIES Your ohoice L8.00 GRADES LADIES' OXFORD TIES1.OO a8.St 9lRADES LADIES' OXFORD TIES 4.00 GRADES LADIE', OXFORD TIES a pair. 4.50 IGRADES LADIES' OXFORD 'TIE ................8.50 GRADE LADIES' SHOES Your choice ..............0ooGRADE LADIE' SHOES ............_...5 .,. AD, LADIES ' SHOES $5..04. G.AD. LADIES' SHOES.I a pair. ... 50.s GRADE LADIES' SHOES _ _..............1s.. 0 GRAPuE LADISES ' MHOES 4. Tbese are exceptional values; they must go in order to make room for our new spring goods that will arrive soon. M1888E', BOYS' AND GHILDREWlS SHOE8 We can give v~u ,bargaina that will auropni'e you. MEN HAVE ONLY TDASK FOR WHAT THEY WANT IN SHOES AND GET THEM IN AL...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 30 January 1896

MIRCHANT8 & MINERS NRATIONAL BANK CAPITAL, $50,000. PROFITS AND SURPLUS. $4000 A A M cDona'd.... . ...........President F J Wilson................Vice President 4' t Etbaugh................... Cashier DIRECOTORS 3I E H (iannon AA McDonald F .1 Wilson F M Durfee Aug. Greenheck D 0 Eshbnagh Webb Vincent GENERAL BANKINO IlUSINERs TRANSAC TED. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Ex. SCANOE. iWAlways glad to see our friends. Official Paper for Granite County and the City of Philipsburg. Eatered at the Po.Atoffice at Philipsburg Granite County, Montana, as Second-Class Matter for Transmission Through the Mail. Subscription Rattes. IN ADVANCE: NOT IN ADVANCE: One year..........$2 00 One year......... $300 Six months..... 1.. 1 (0 Six months........ 1 5 Fl oreiun postage added. tReniltances at the risk of the subscriber, and sholuld be made by express money order, post oftfie money order or check, to the order of THE MAIL, Philipsburg. (tranile County. Mont. Address all business commul unications as a...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 30 January 1896

MINES- - and Mining Gossip. The Everett, Wash., smelter has te. sumed operations. California is having abundant rains that are good for the miners. A new mill is going in on the Stand ard mine, in the Coeur d'Alenes. There are prospects on foot for estab lishing two or three new mining papers in San Francisco Several schemes for dredging in the California rivers for gold will be car ried out in the spring. Quite a number of Comstock (Ne vada) mines have been listed on the Chicago mining board. c The total product of the Pueblo I ,Colo.) smelters for 1895 in gold, silver r and lead was $14,474,868.88. a The Call says that it looks as if Cali- 8 ornia would have both a gold and a etreleum boom next summer. Over 8,000 stamps are now dropping in the Rand distict, South Africa, crushina 885,000 tons monthly. o Poeple in the Coeur d'Alenes expect , their mines to produce 772,000 tons of ore this year, worth nearly $8,000,000. Now that Utah is a state, the terrn- : torial law against forei...

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