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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 30 January 1896

ONLY SIX Of those suits left at g 1b $6.50. ti Have You Quit Wearing Rubber Foot- v wear? Just Look Ours Over. h Men's Lumnbermen's ........................... $ 25 Child's A rctics.............. ................... 25 i 01 Child's Rubber Boots......................... ... 1 00 h Ladies' Rubber Boots .......................... 1 25 b F 1oo Remants ofU Dress Goods. All Different Prices. NTIN' WEINSTEIN'S Dr. Milburn, the blind chaplain of the senate, was first elected a con gressional chaplain in December, 1845, just half a century ago. He was then 22 years of age, and the youngest man whose voice has ever been heard in congress before or since that date. DON'T FORGET TO TAKE "IrOTVR ' WATCH AND JEWELRY WORK TO RICHARDS, JEWELER, - ...... E -TIM ClhARD 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 ...

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. — 13 February 1896

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. X: NO. 3. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13. 1896. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. ..~- . : I . . . ... I IIII II ... . .. I I' I I LRADI S' F'OOTWKA NR Until sold we offer 300 pairs Ladies' Oxford Ties and Shoes as follows. 8S.00 GRADES LADIES' OXFORD TIES .50o OmRADES LADIES' OXFORD TIES Your choice 88.00 GRADES LADIESB' OXFORD TIES 8.50 GRADES LADIES' OXFORD TIES $1.00 64.00 GRADES LADIEr' OXFORD TIES a pair. 84.50 GRADES LADIES' OXFORD TIES ...............i8.0 GRADE LADIES' SHOES Your choice ...............8.0 GRADE LADIES' SHOES ...............4.5 GRADE LADIES' SHOES $2.50 ...............O4.50 GRADE LADIES' SHOES ...............$5.00 GRADE LADIES' SHOES a pair. ............... 05.50 GRADE LADIES' SHOES ............... 80.00 GRADE LADIES' SHOES These are exceptional values; they must go in order to make room for our new spring goods that will arrive soon. S1188ES', BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES We can give you bargains that will surprise you....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 13 February 1896

M)RCHIHNTS I MINUR8 NATIONAL BANK S CAPITAL, $50,000. PROFITS AND SURPLUS, $4000 A A McDona'd..o.........President F ,. Wilson...............Vice President C- H Eohbaugh...............Cashier DIRECTORS: M E H Gannon A A McDonald F J Wilson F M Durtee Aug. Greenheck 1) 0 Eshbuagh Webb Vincent (iNERAAL BANKING BUSfINF.R TRANSAC TED. FOREIGN AND DOMEIsTI Ex CRANGE. ~ P"Always glad w. see our friends. T ft Iail. M. H. BRYAN. EDITOR AND MANAGER. Official Paper for Granite County and the City of Philipsburg. EIttre,'d at the I'PostoIffce a(t Philipsbutrg ;rta ilie ( tCount/, / .11lu, tn, (1s Seconi-Clasr Matter for T'rIInsmrisisio,,L 'hro ugh the Mail. Subscription RIlles. IN NIVAN.NCE: NOT'' IN .I)V.ASNE: O n., .,,.lr ........j_') I ()t, .tr .. ...... : 00 `i. r ,Inu nths .... .. I 1) i iix on()in h ........ I :0 Jfr ijn |,ntlOII I L r). i , oitt t +rw tit (It risk f :Ii s lubs rihel r, land s"!i t;hIo h." r;;,I It' I.., ,'Xp eI":, Im oney' Ird, l r, (otL Hum:s.. , ; u1. or .. lc) k to t...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 13 February 1896

ORDINANOB No.1O0. An Ordinance establishing the Ot;. Oemetery and Precribinthe Rule and Regulations for the Government Management and Control Thereof. Be It Ordained by the City Coucii o the City of Philipsburg, Granite Coun ty, ,Montana: Section 1. That all that tru t o land lying north of the city limiti heretofore for more than five ye".i used as a cemetery by the' residentas o Philipsburg and vicinity is hereby a. "epted as a cemetery for the burial c the dead. and control thereof is hereby assumed by.the city council and the same shall be governed, managed ani -controlled as herein provided. Section 2. The affairs of the ceme tery shall, in all matters not required to'be acted upon by the city council, be under the control and management of a committee of three members of the city council who, after those first appointed, shall be appointed annually by the mayor at the samte time that other city officere are appoiuted, and shall hold .suchoffice for one year or until their succ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 13 February 1896

TH1E ONE POINT.... Of Special Interest In the Store Just Now is the Knit Headwear Stock. We have Delighted Dozens of Customers With This High Grade Low Priced Knitwear. 150 PIECES! Consisting of Ladies' and Children's Hoods, Fas cinators, Nubias, Jackets, Caps, Etc. We Have No Use for Them. You Have. Every Piece Marked in Plain Figures, Ranging in Price From 20 Cents to 65 Cents; Former Prices 35 Cents to $1.50. Look the Pile Over for Some One Article You Can Use. PRICES GOOD FOR 26 WEEKS. WE IMS YOUNG MAN wanted a wedding ring. Sold him an 18-karat solid gold ring; he got married; his wife fell heir to ;$50.(r). Is marriage a failure? Well, hardly. Richards. the Jeweler, -.-TIME CARDS OF THE ROCK CREEK STAGE LINE I#aiv Bornita daily at 9 a. m. Leave ('linton on Moniay. W~d.nesday and Friday. Leave the mines to connect with all traine paasing Bonita. I. E. EDWARDS -THE STAPLE AND FANCY CROCER Candy, Fruit, Nuts, Cigars ani Tobacco, Masonic Building, Philipsburg, Mont TEIT'53. DIPS, ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 20 February 1896

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. X: NO. 4. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1896. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. I~ I I- I I- --I I-- I- I i ,- _. I Sprin g We now have on exhibition all the latest things out in High Grade Wash Fabrics. The largest assortment ever shown in the city of NOVELTY DRESS GOODS In All Wool and Silk Mixtures. Our new line of Embroideries is something grand in style and quality. In fact our stock is complete in nearly every department for spring.. We now offer to the people of Granite county the largest and best assorted stock ever brought to Phil ipsburg, and ask all our friends to call and inspect our lines. Gannon & Neu. III I School Supplies School Books, Tablets, Pencils, Blanks, Inks, Pen holders, Rulers, Pencilholders, Pencil Sharp eners, Erasers, Spelling Tablets, Etc. CEOINTRAL BLOOK ....................O H AS W LLI ........................LURHA WILLIAM RUBBER GOODS In Thise Particular Line New Goods Are Especially Desired. There Is No...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 20 February 1896

*i I RCHANTS & MINERS NATIONAL BANK - ii - $ CAPITAL. $50.OOO, SPROFITS AND SURPLUS, $4000 OFFICURS: , A A M,' I ), v s ...... ....... . President I \Vi W Il l...... .........Vice Prejilenut (' i[ E-hIiiaugh.. ..... ....... . ..('ashier DIRECTORS: -3i , IaI (ulnnon AA. lcDonal 1 ., Wili'.m FM lturft, ,\ug. .reenhot'k D () E';hbluagh Welbb Vinc(,nt (Usau l , lit intoHuIc as RAl te .__(i.NELL\ I, 1I\NKlING JI|NINENS "IIASXA.C T ED . F to lKld .1 +\,N D D OM TEST LC I"X V ..~`Y. t .\"Awv' g g' i tiu -eu our frinlds. ELlle +- Ra. il.;+I M. H. B.sY.rN, EcTORr Anta MANAGER. Oflici;:l Paper for Granite County annd the City of Ph lipsburg. :i· ii ~ ~iii ~ ii. ' . Won , W - i g ~ii~i. W .. ... ):~ ?', ,.t H I.. ' ,I O , l ! I' hilly.i tr. • . ' ',. ,, 1¢, ...l +.,,,, "lhr,,u+ h flit, .11 il. \ny tl,,1 ¢\i ' ·E: N i )i " IN 10)' I I.ii (\illll,k ;"1" . . ' t ),) ; '~ (lc ) i "',, • f +a;, .. . ;;Il W.\a~lLtib'I'()' Bf ~nnri I~iTHI)AY.c Ic t ',,i, i,. "u ;-,-i :', ,rr ;tdlim,, ,i. tce' iil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 20 February 1896

ORDINANCE No, 'e0. ;An UtOMjZb ii establifiE) 'g tie cit Cemggtery and Pres tibini he Ruler and Regulation o the (verninetit, Madiagement atld Contro1Thereof. Be It Ordaind by the City Coucil of the'City of Philipsburg, Granite Coun ty, Montana: Section 1. That all that tra. t of land lying north of the city, li:nits heretofore for more than five years used as a cemetery by the residents of Philiphburg and vicinity is hereby ac cepted as a cemetery for the burial. of the dead. and control thereof is hereby assumed by the city council' and the same shall be governed, managed and controlled as herein provided. Section 2. The affairs of the ceme tery shall, in all matters not required to le acted upon by the city council, be unde-r the control and management of a coms:ittee of three members of the city council who, after those first appointed, shall be appointed annually by the mayor at the := e time that other city officers are ap.runted, andai snail hold such office for oneI year or ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 20 February 1896

You Know That a full card of Dress Buttons contains two dozen buttons. We Know We have some 200 cards of these buttons on which the regular price ranged from 25c to 75c a dozen. They Are Odd lots and are in our way. We have spread them out where they can be easily seen. Five Cents Will pay for any one of these 200 cards. You Need A few buttons; better look these over. -INS IN'- WE1 .NS TEIN'S YOUNG MAN wanted awedding ring. Sold him an 18-karat solid gold ring; he got married; his wife fell heir to $50,(x00. Is marriage a failure? Well, hardly. Richards, the Jeweler, -ýTTIM CARD"h OF THE ROCK CREEK STAGE LINE Leave Bonita daily at 9 a. m. Leave ('linton on Monday. Wednesday and Friday. Leave the mines to connect with all trains passing Bonita. MI. E. EDWARDS -THE STAPLE AND FANCY CROCER Candy, Fruit, Nuts, Cigars and Tobacco, lasonic Building, Philip'.burg, Iont. 16 TO 1 That's W"hat We Wiant and That's What You Get-16 Ounces to Pound," When You Deal Here. Barret & Jacky Buildin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 27 February 1896

THE PIILiPSBURG MAIL. VOL. X: No. . ' P.ILIPSBUlRG, qtANITE COUNTY, ONANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27. 1896. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. Sprin g We now have on exhibition all the latest things out in High Grade Wash'Fabrics. The largest assortment ever shown in the city of NOVELTY DRESS GOODS In All Wool and Silk Mixtures. Our new line of Embroideries is something grand in style and quality. In fact our stock is complete in nearly every department for spring. We now offer to the people of Granite county the largest and best assorted stock ever brought to Phil ipsburg, and ask all our friends to call and inspect our lines. Gannon & Ne. .. School Supplies School Books, Tablets, Pencils, Blanks, Inks, Pen holders, Rulers, Pencilholders, Pencil Sharp eners, Erasers, Spelling Tablets, Etc. CENTRAL LOK .................... AS. WILLIAMS ......................P. ILIPSE.UR O RUBBER GOODS In This Particular Line New Goods Are BEspeolially Desired. There Is No Old Stook in My Store, and in Rubber Goods ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 27 February 1896

pERCHKNTS MINERS NWTIONAL BANK CAPITAL $50,000. PROFITS AND SURPLUS. $4000 OFFICERS: AA McDon() 'tl ..... .... ...... President F.1 W ilsont ................ Vice Presidol nt (' H Eshl igh ............. ..... ...Cashier DIRECTORS: 31 E I (annon A A McDonald F .J Wilson F M Drteeoo Aug. H rcenheck I) () Eshbuagh Webb Vincent (IENERAL BANKINCG HUNINERa TRANSAC TED. FOn;itNs AND DOMESTIO EX ICHANO. Nj ~ "A lways glad to see our friends. M. H. BRYAN, EDITOR AND MANAGER. Official Paper for Granite County and the City of Ph.llpsburg. : r,(lr t < !' 'r n1y. V ml~ trily l, (I. .'. ,,v (rl-!'l.,.x Me,'lr fr t" mis.c,, 'l'hrr,, h the Mail. IN . \AIV.N'I ' N. r IN ADA AN(E: 0;no t.,,;:: . ....... n " '() ý a r)I ..o ltr ......:! 0') s Ix: l,!! ..... I 1t,) a ,ix tnontIhl ...... 1 50 lb . ,, t '* ,',"." , t tht r1- . I.f 11,}," , rie I' ,r, ;u Ir , X'i.' i 6 ',: I. ." NI T T1i.', ,I. ., l 'TI T!T()'. VTTTIT /T . I Til Ail t\l, l, S .' ; ;I. : r :r;. ' ", tn. 11 "` V : , 1 ,i (, t :. r+ €- , ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 27 February 1896

TIHE SCHOOL DEMCATIoN i [Continued from First Page.] snow, attesting the marches of that hungry, illy-equipped, but faithful army: the quickness to note advantage and profit from it. All this is his tory. - Nor need we note the glorious exploits, the privations, sufferings and sacrifices of a host of patriots. This too, is history. His influence perme ated all sections and all departments of the government, general and sectional. The wisdom with which he met all questions of administration, the judg ment displayed in forcing recognition of a condition of war; the humanity but firmness manifested in the meas ures of retaliation forced upon him, all bete.:ou the character of the man. There were men enagged in the strug gle who had been brought up to war: whose professionu was that of armns; who stood high in the role of great sol- 1 diers, yet they were willing to take a subordinate place and learn of him. "By the capture of one of these the British commander supposed he had the guidi...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 27 February 1896

Do We Adver tise Too A Sometimes we almost the crowd of appreciati after each announcemen advertisements have a p * economy. WE OFFER UNTIL SOLD S100 Ladies' and Misse's' Corsets .....................50c * 25 Pairs Children's Fancy Shoes ...................... 50c * 100 Remnants of Embroidery .............15e to 50c * 100 Remnants of Ribbon ...................... to 50c oWI WEINSTEIN'S *3~ DIPS, SPURS AND ANGLES. -Best blood puriffier is the B. & M. sarsaparilla.* -Two dozen dress button, at Wein stein's for 5c. * -Silver is beginning to climbl the golden stairs again. -Ladies' and Misses,' corsets at Weinstein's for 50c. * -Children's nice dress shoes at Weinstein's for 50c. * -Just think! Childs No. 5 shoes for lOc. at Weinstein's. * --Get a meerselhamt pipe for your friend at Kelleher's. * -A few storm windows still in stock at Theo. Anderson's. * YOUNG MAN wanted a wedding ring. Sold him an 1S-karat soli(d gold ring; he go(t married; his wife fell heir to $50,000. Is marriag...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 5 March 1896

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. X: NO. 6. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCEI 5. 189$. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. LADIES ... SHIRT ... WAISTS ... Unquestionably the Shirt Waists, as an article of femanine apparel, has come to stay. By experience the tailor-made woman has learned that she must 'lonk to the man tailor for a strictly first-class tailor-made costume. In purchasing her shirt waists it is but fair to assume that she will in like man ner turn to the man shirt maker as the only correct exponent of St and finish. Our Entire Line of Ladies' Waists is TAILOR MADE In every sense of the term, coming, as they have, from the lead ing mannfacturer of this line in the country. The Selection of Patterns and Colorings arcBeautiful In design, fit and finish they are perfect. We have them in Percales, Corded Madras, Imported Madras and Japanefte, at 75, $1.00, $1,25, $1,50, $2.00 AND $2.25 Gannon & Neu. School Supplies School Books, Tablets, Pencils, Blanks, Inks, Pen- ' holde...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 5 March 1896

N ARCHIRNS & MINERS NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL.$50.00O. PROFITS AND SURPLUS, $4000 OFFICERS: A A McD na'd ................. President F J Wilkon...............Vice President C I-I EI hbaugh ...... ............. Cashier DIRECTOREI M E It Gannon AA McDonald F J Wilson F M Durfee Aug. (i reenheck I) 0 Eshbuaghl Webb Vincent GENERALI BARNKlIN BUSINESS TRANSAC TED. FORIEION AND DOMESTIC EX CHANGE. ;W'Always glad to see our friends. 'hite $aial. M. H. BRYAN, EDITOR AND MANAGER. Official Paper for Granite County and the City of Philipsburg. R!ateredr at the Postoftlce at Philipshurg Granite Coutnty, Montana, as Necond-Class Matter for Transmission Throuqh the Mail. Subscription Rates. IN ADVANCE: NOT IN ADVANCE: One year.......... 2 00 One year...........3 00 Six months........ 1 (00 Six months...... 1 50 Foreign postage added. Revitttaonces at the risk of the subscriber, and should be made by express money order, post oliHce money order or check, to the order of THE MAIL, Philipisburg. Gra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 5 March 1896

%P0~ktilb, PA68t1tI "-W w.1k 6f the open season tnes aggregat ifg' $500 were Imposed in southern New Hiapqhire on over-enthuliastic sports men, it is inferred that the hunters are having lots of fun upthere. A large bear enteredt a barn bc! e:, ing to William Bennington at 'lhin,. Cal., dropping through a hole in the roof. Before it could recover: from the fall the bear was attacked i:- : cow, and shodkingly mangled and killed. Two Frenchmen with a woran, :he wife of one of them, have started to go rottnd the world with a wheelbarrow. The barrow is large enough fidr one per on to sleep in at a time, and all three will take turns in shoving it alotg. Blackburn's two members of parla mnent have announced that they will not subscribe to any mpro f5ootnall clubs. They have sent checks to near ly 200 clubs in a motnth, and there may not be another election for six years yet. The largest moose killed in the Moosehead lake region of Maine in sev eral years was shot recently by an Eng-. lis...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 5 March 1896

S....INCOMING.... SPRING GOODS3 0 Are crowding out present stocks. We are willing that they should, and give an ex tra pushby lowering prices a bit. You 0 get an inkling of the good news through the following items. Others at the store. 3100 pairs Childs' Hose, per pair................$ .05 100 pairs Ladies' Fast Black Hose ............ .12 50 Ladies Spring Jackets ....................... 1.00 Childs' No. 5 Shoes ................................. 10 Children's Fanci Shoes........................... .50 SWEINSTEIN'S SW@#@@@@@@88@ STOPPED, HAS IT ? T1..3ni1TT W . I T TO Richards AND HAVE IT REPAIRED All Work Guaranteed. ----TII E CARD.r OF THM ROCK CREEK STAGE LINE Leave Bonita daily at 11 a. m. Leave Clinton on Monday. Wednesday and Friday. Leave the mines to connect with all trains passingBonita. M. E. EDWARDS -THE STAPLE AND FANCY CROCER Candy, Fruit, Nuts, Cigars and Tobacco, Masonic Building, Philipsburg, Mont. JOSE BROS.. First-Class. (' ofectioners. Green Ve etables, Fruits, NU...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 12 March 1896

.... . , ... . ... . THE PH ILIPSBUR ..MAI .. VOL. X: NO. 7. PHILIPSBUG., GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 12. 1896. PRICE: FIVE CENTS. LADIEs .. SHIRT .. . IVAISTS... Unquestionably the Shirt Waists, as an article .of femanine apparel, has come to stay. By experience the tailor-made woman has learned that she must look to the man tailor for. a strictly first-class tailor-made oestume. In purchasing her shirt waists it is but fair to assume that she will in like man ner turn to the man shirt maker as the only correct exponent of fit and finish. Our Entire Line of Ladies' Waists is TAILOR MADE In every sense of the term, coming, as they have, from the lead ing mannfacturer of this line in the country. The Selection of Patterns and Colorings are Beautiful In design, fit and finish they are perfect. We have them in Percales, Corded Madras, Imported Madras and Japanefte, at 75o, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00 AND $2.25 Gannon & Neu. School Supplies School Books, Tablets, Pencils...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 12 March 1896

I M4RCHANTS I MINERS NATIONAL BANK CAPITAL, $50,000. PROFITS AND SURPLUS, $4000 A A McDon.'d...............President F J Wilson................Vice President C H EHo baugh ...................ashier t E H . annonR AR MoDonald F J Wilcon F M Darfee Aug. (Ireenheok D 0 Eshbuagh Webb Vincent GENERAL BANKING HUSINES8 TBANBAO TED. FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Ex. OCHANGE. $'37Always glad to see our friends. M. H. BRYAN, EDITOR AND MANAGER. Official Paper for Granite County and the City of Philipsburg. EAatered at the toustojlce at Philipehurg Gralite Coumnty, Montana, as Recond-Class Matter for T'ransmission Through the Mail. Slubscription Rates. IN ADVANCE: NOT IN ADVANCE: One year.......... $2 00 Onoe year.......... $3 00 8ix months..I..... 1 SBix months........ 1 50 Iroreign Ipostage added. Ilenittnnces at the risk of the subscriber, and shuld be made by exprress money order, post office money order or check. to, the order of THE MAIL, Philipsburg. ii ranite County. Mont. Addlress all business...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 12 March 1896

Walter W. Kroger, ASSAYER; Philpstburg, Montana. L .l"ioe, one door east of Morse's Hall Priiceton Restaurant, MRS. SOPHIE GUIIBON. FIRST-CLABSS MiALS SERVED TO TRAV. o ellers. Princeton Montana. 1tOOGER BREWERY CHAS. KROGER, PROPRIETOR. KEG AND BOTTLE BEER 01 HAND ORDERS BY MAIL OR LEFT AT THE Brewery wilt receive prompt attention. PHILIPSBURG, MONTANA. DAN N. McDONALD DEALRM IN .te .. LUlMBER fiNais .o A No. I Dry......... LATHS.... Always in Stock Washington Had SI1TI lTCT Warrsanted First edar.... ....U. lLJu.Clas .......... My stook of Eastern DOORS .... Cannot He Beat I SellAUKind of WINDOWS At Lowest Prices Rock Spring. ......sm. t For Heating Has No Blossburg and Cnm- COAL Equal............... berland.............. For Blacksmithing AND I Have Fresh....... LIE ....Always on Hand If youn are going to build or repair your build ing call on ,ne before gming elsewhere; vuo will save muney. DAN N. McODONALD. nce. reort whet erý entcanb E. I. BURLUkAIMIIAE'$ A t IFIiliE "b LABORAT...

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