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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 11 December 1890

We most respectfully call your attention to our new and com plete line of China, Queensware, Glassware, Lamps, EtC. Which is the largest and choicest selected stock ever displayed in Deer Lodge County. They were bought with an eye upon the holiday trade and will be sold MUCH LOWER THAN EVER WERE OFFERED IN MONTANA. We cannot mention in detail all of our many useful and beautiful presents, but have them to please the old and delight the young. THE FOLLOWINC ARE A FEW OF THE MANY, CONSISTINC OF __ dHanging Lamps from 25c to $15 " Stand Lamps from 25c to 15 m' Dinner Sets, $16.00 to $50.00 Bracket Lamps 75c to 1 6 Tea sets, 6 °' to 20 O' Lanterns 75e to 1 ~ Mush & milk sets, 75 to 3 Carving Sets 2 * to 20 ~' Roger's Silver Knives and Forks Oat meal sets, 75c to 3 t Roger's Silver Table Spoons Chamber set 1.i50 to 75 ~' Roeer's Tea and Sugar Swoons Roger's Child's Sets. Knives and Forks Childrens plate sets 3 pc. 35e to 2' Childrens toy sets, 500 to 5 "" Water sets assorted colors ....

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 11 December 1890

I·. & , . r M 1 ',I ti AI. ' 1, r f 1 'i~i~ Q:' 't!M':r. · P~l1.1-ti~tLc I~llit r. \ 0.C. (3. (fab Lodge. No. it. n4t. r.-v i : \VC\.inr ! takriuig xat cI:tAI ~~ck nt iItasw'titr I ltdH k! Au w iting lhrotI-rr :tfc-n- ti-thyc ttit."I to attend. ! ;'"' ' 1:. 1 \:, N. (i. it al'(,t A~' t + ,ktsait Ilaj in atr Pii~j'i i'dONAI. ('M. M. ('nlI:c at 1)3a or Night 1.1ill Ix Prom,:itnp Alttendoti. stttc'ial Attent ion Pali true otf the Eve a.nd Far, and ti" F;;.Ptin ..f (41 asst's. 1-t ;u.I Ph(c u. - M'tN t. I?'. IT. -ttL1·5:N. `i. 14.. ( ti nI 'i i"ho i LO T ooumt IN IMli kA)I HiI.nii. 11thi~t 'ei tar. 7 to I"- a. . I to I t. tit.. to hI 3). Inl. k'ainiea ('t are of Piles a Sreeiinlts. All colletio tols wil II tt' matte on the" 15ta oif ":th )i Motlth. P-'nYs91U1.N, 'Ni) MUH(IIOCN. lI FF)CE, SANSOS2E ST., HoaE BUII.DINt4. PtII.rIP-S~rtc. - .MOtNT.ANA A'I'ORNEY AT lW -&w NOTARY PUBLIC. All legai itan ut't1 promptly attended to. Spe eil aOtention staid to collection. Ittiknllitp's new...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 11 December 1890

Tostephi A. Ilir", Pr>-.T .. M. 5L rrnll,Yic' Pres. ri. & . ii' rc hiicn; i.r I RhieP. JOSEPH. A. HYDEB Banking Co., PHI I IC VIWW ý'I. M(ONTANA. ('gruahr B oad'yii- and Sanfaone. EA\ST COOUZI) lIM SIIi lx-:.I NEI'E( II .~ ] iC 31 . L -No.-: I No. 21 No. ° NI. 24 II . ; 11: : N~t '_ 'v (' IIcago .14., a in .. .. 1 1111~ir ... II` I ... 7:54 at in. .. ... in; Flint ..... . 7:41411 . d iux i ia I:1ptmi Ill i i111a,.'IIIII aOxnt a3:40O11 E tjIE n I(p Il uli msy.es . '6:3 a m Id3OOpIII ('lor lrcl clro ll 111E 1 1 1, Ia Drummond to all po4*ints esi a11= 1We:1. L. E. P xs.KII... Agent. HOME NEWS. Your taxes are tlue. Carl Bergst rand has returned to town. I N1. . Mclae, of lower Flint valley, was in town Monday. Win. C. Bradshaw is recovering from his recent illness. Duncan R. McRae has made a change in his advertisement this week. Another enjoyable dancing party was given at Tower Saturday evening. George Myor has returned to the 'burg again, expecting to remain during the winter....

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 18 December 1890

-d THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. \ti IN. I. 47. PIIILIPSBURG, DEER LODGE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1890. WHOLE NO. 205. FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS ! :ll ofi r ýf 'at ilnducements 11 :ii SL n t in ord1er toi r1duceii·c' Ibefort" i , ti'nlnalg a ad ! 'n i : , (,.,' ta. tion to a I few of the r1educe ;I(ent'ts imale. Clhildrer's Medicated Underwear, 10 per cent. off: O(n Ladies' MIis.,' and Children's Cloaks and Newmarke s, 1 per cent. off. iailii' I'mhilerwenr. flrm.er prii0t, .1.75: now 81,'25. Ladl ict'" I' ndei. irwear (Medic'ated), fTormer ,riCe, 1n.51r: now t 1.15. The liGi'st liine of Plush Seal Trimmed Garments in this Cunty, at pi'es thait can't le (ipliceate All Fur Goods Must Be Sold at any Price, HOLIDAY COODS! Will shortly 1,e 1i1layVd. 1The fine:t line ever shown. .... ESPEI:(' TFI 11,Y...... Winm. WEINSTEIN JAMES B. LEAHY REAL ESTATE, Mining & Commission Co BROKERS, BUTTE CITY, - - MIONTANA Reports as t4 the financial c... ,lition and ,utlo-k of the ( ranite Muountai...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 18 December 1890

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. M. H. BRYAN. JO X. BRYAN. T. C. CONGDON. BRYAN BROS. & CONGDON, Propr's. M. H. BRYAN, EDITOR AND MANAGER HUBS( RIPTION RATES: OneI year, ill advancl ......... ....... ()0 Paid at expiration of year......................... 4 00 siX ltullths, ill advance ..... .......... .. (.) Three month-. .......................... 1 25 Local Notice. 15 cents perllue for tir.t inser d OII: achl |ubsequent insertion, 10( cent!t. Profe-slonal Cards (% inch) 818 per :year. Re'gular advertisements payable molnthly. Transient advertiscnlent. ]ayalale in advance. A.n:yone failing to receive the M3.ar. regular ly s~hould n1otify 11 prolmptly by postal card. _Any per"-il takiin thlit paper can have the same di.scontinued without troujle :I notify ing, as' I] nd pa1 ing up|.'lt all arrearls.l,,l' Entered at th)e poistoffice at Philipsburg, Deer Lodge county, Montana. as second class matter for transmi-sion through the mails. THIURSDIAY ..........DE('EMBER :0, 1890. At la1t the cie...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 18 December 1890

_.ect last ....e, of Stone Station, spent ..ay in town. B. D. McRae and family spent Tues day and Wednesday in town. Joseph A. Hyde, the banker, spent Saturday with his family in Deer Lodge. James G. Evans & Co. have inserted another new advertisement in TME MuIL this issue. Ike N. Smith returned from a trip to Butte last Sunday, bringing with him his little son Willie. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Albright came up from their home in the valley to attend the Ladies' Band fair. The young son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Freet died of pleuro-bronchitis in Gran ite Wednesday, Dec. 10 inst. G. P. Morgan arrived from Deer Lodge recently and has taken a position in the grosery store of Thomas S. Smith. Goodyear, Elitch & Schilling's min strel troupe are billed to appear at Morse's opera house this evening. Harry Bergquist, the Bi-Metallic blacksmith, hurt his leg by falling on the ice last week, and has been laid up since. Wm. Stahl, whom every old-timer in this section is acquainted with, has lo ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 25 December 1890

I? THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VO L. I V. NO. 18. PHILIPSBURG, DEER LODGE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1890. WHOLE NO 206. FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS I will offer great in lucemeI·iii in :all WO rrr lothin adr Dry G00ds I laving an overstock on handl, :and in .order to re duce before Ill\ vtntorvin- antl I will r:ail \our3' l-it.lio to ;a few of the redh't" ilelnts miade. ('Iildrer's Medicated Underwear, 10 per cent. off. On Ladies' Misses' and Children's Cloaks and Newmarkets. I per cent. off. Ladies I.Underwear, former price, -1.75; now I1,45. Ladies' Underwear (Medicated). former price, $81.50: now 81.15. The finest line of Plush Seal Trimmed Garments in this county. at prier: that can't be dullicated All Fur Goods Must Be Sold at any Price, HOLIDAY COODS! Will shortly he dis1played, The finest line ever shown. ..... ESPE( TFI'1LY. .... Winm. WEINSTEIN GEO. SCHMI), JAMES BI LEAY All kinds of House and Sign PAINTIN - REAL ESTATE PAPERHANGING, ETC. T Mining & Commission Co Box 1...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 25 December 1890

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. M. H. BRYAN. JO X. BRYAN. T. C. CONGDON. BRYAN BROS. & CONGDON. Dropr's. M. H. BRYAN, EDITOR AND ':'MANAGER SU l'RIP'TI'ON IiAT.ES: One Rear. iii advance. ................... :i 444 Paid at expiraiti of fyear.................4 0 Six i o1ntl l. ill :~t:a ce l . ............. .. ". I Three m nth- ... ... .................... ....1 . j Entered at the postoffice at Phiiilpburg, Deer Lodge county, Montana, n asecond class matter for transmission through the mnails. THURSDAY...........)E( 'E lnERi "5. s:1l0. MERRY CHRISTMAS. ('hristnmas is at handl againt, and e\v'C the hiost worldly of oIr peopile give way to the cuistoni of the co11n trv and feel a little miore light hearted and liovant at the ap iroacli of the holi(la\.. Tl'li is the tinm when Santa ('lauis c·rawls dlown the sooty chiniiiu-, without gettinig a spot of 1black 1on his white fltwilig Leard, and deposits a idrumli. or a gun, or a tin horn: a doll. or a dress, in the stocking of the rising generati...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 25 December 1890

A. F. Ad A. M. FLINT (1EEK !OD1 E. NO. 11. HTCAmpHashX007E;eer kiar HTCapos;colnllt i t tbHTCapos;1lHTCapos;it-1. evIry -.t oIid a.l fo,,tt i S:ttuld.Jy* S fHTCquot; each lllw,: i.. V -itiin. :!HTCapos; ,,.!tHTCquot; tHTCquot;> : t :uHTCapos;,HTCquot; ( tHTCapos;!HTCapos; \ invited 1HTCquot;) : i i, d.:. JOHN AINl ,. w. Y . H. V.lit %. , SevHTCapos; V. HI. A. 11.. .IOP H (HTCapos;IiA:HTCapos;TEI NO. 14. Reguiar fonvHTCapos;hHTCapos;at iofts i oHTCapos;ltKck t. lin. on tirst andt third F:,idyHTCapos; of cacth month. Sojourning compani-ts are cord ilaUy.inivitHTCapos;Jd. E. (). Ac:s;n- . IIH. P. t(. V .s1aFrtiN. Secretary. %I; HITS401HTCapos; rHTCapos; THITA. PH!LI.1ll:HTCapos;la i.ta LODGE. NO. 21. Al eHTCAmpHashX007E;ets e _ -IHTCapos;e Tite-day tvenitn. t a:!:<1i wHTCapos;clock I , .ia Otilli c Hat11. Al! viHTCapos;ittfi : .Irot! Wrs :4(Or S.,i:h ly i itritcd 4to alttr-id nHTCapos; it.el t HTCapos;. B.:an. IHTCapos;z.a.. C. 4HTCapos;. !. HTCapos;. CoiOuoN. K. of R. and S. 4. ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 25 December 1890

Joseph A. Hrde, Pres. J. M. NMorriul,\'e i'·es. E.('. Freyselag. ('Cashier. JOSEPH A. HY)E Banking Co., (INCORlPORATvEi) PHILIPSBUR(, MO)NTA NA Corner Broadway and San some. DituaiMON)I & 1Jtilll.rtibtLi- R AIJI)AD. TI.ME .IiHEDIULE, IN EFFECT IMARCH 31, iiil. WEST. 1 NBOI . EAST ROITNID No.'3 1 No. 21 N.", ; N. 1110 de' . Drumnnmound.. 4I0 a in... 11.:2 am' New ('hicago. :43 aI ....... 1...... m .....Stone..... 7:..5 a It ....... ........ 2:20pm ......Flint ...... i7:40 a in ..... d 5:50ami 1:10pm' Philipshurg.. 7:00 a in ,a::3ip;m a 6:i0amial:30pm' ... Hnmsey.... :10:: am nIdi300pm Close eonnecdions madle at Druinmond- to all points east andl west. L. E. PASKIi.L,, Agent. HOME NEWS. A merry Christmas to all! Leook out for claim jumpers next Wed nesday night! James K. Pardee stent a few ,1;1. of this week in Helena. Mrs.Robt. McDonel and child, have re turned from Missoula. i)an Morgan and Dan Crowley were in Helena the early part of the week. Dominic Mellan was up from Stone S...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 1 January 1891

** - .- -- - - - He ea mam alu m m m ,. a-THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. . .i. Av.o PHILIPSBURG, DEER LODAIE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY7 1, 1891. H=OL-EN 20 A r° A T ' V 7 `'LtTtTI TTT 1TT 1 A '1 i -- Pf I mron rn i r I .,,}o.i.4... A HAPPY NEW YEAR, ~~ TO° ALL~i ?`,~~~ ~ ~ ~ \i!ýh Ii ;II 1,t~ Xrit' ; itli'.tamding Il~ hi ' r I l un :'I .,+t- II" I;t-eti el ry satisfactory. l'T-- i"- aBii *;l!:t1Ill' ttil tu tI he olle:-pr ---t · In li:1i to. l· A iý,i(are IcCalint; and the best goods for 1 III .; :I~t 10 t il town. I will gtve a $2'5 prize to :1,1 i: << l x ilI 1~rl¶e that my prices in anythinig in t it' ;r , ii;:e :irent~ .0 as~ cheap a,: the same~ grade~ t1,' ý <I c:l-: !'"r I lIrQilgh tihe catalog ues. tin-r Ill(- mv-tlt 111! invjelmt'.rv will begin. so avail ' (e I I I r;ll l aimi- i ll all woollen goods. A 'lol?;:1 in li h i pt iit fo r their generous patronage l iti I > b- illy Fýl~ ml '' a I ýoititi g ajo f "l citimmmmanee of . W1 m IWEIN ITIE Winp, -WEINSTEIN AUl...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 1 January 1891

1'111: P111111sl 'Sit i M l i LAdge rýoiuty' ll. 1 r :i V: I f or IIUNSDA . 1' AN L' A' IT BELONGS TO US. i i il -a ill c(laiiis uo flit, I nitu'd `tat&": c·(on ncecte(1 with the seal fisheries. the ceni1,arative imcelit, coinlitet and arrrt=C nn 4''c rlnJ1 .tiH ·:n\:Bi·? i iiC!1 f the (lptv of ecoiiyaioess iii thq p:o(issii JipOition oT thie 4juesti'o!,. Thie nlesaa will Le lr,,Aeiel viI, Ii espetcial iefrece to Iu1he n1u proposal of the Britis go Cirelinlcli I is Wenda~ed to Irici- t The persoual iii teriieý,S let wsjeii Blaiin.e- nd Lord Salibur that ',,;, I al'iseti out of thie Ciiurie o)f uetI IYa ti outs iM peceived liere to cliilt tute the mateiial obljec+,tn Ii the continuiance of efforit toswd( set ttle ment, especiallv :aftcrn thl liiuloitlnatic relations hctwiveelu the two govtr iI meiitx !hiall intvv icen i';ii hOer strained byv thec eii rgiti jI' Žani-r inI 'wVhiicb Ihjtili( j- huiilhilriino' t© show upii the hilotl wi(eýs and ln n ýii ue~s of the IBritishi :n-lit a...

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. — 1 January 1891

THE 'PH LLIPSBIUIRtI MAIL.. ..,r it I+' ! EN. .4 F. & A. . VLI.'T C('RFEK LO)lhiE, NO. U. " a ii womul:ticatkous every st:cond iUd t t. dayI of each e,,nt.. risitiun. . .,. _ . ,', dial.. i it:d to Aitend.. JOHN AINSI.EY. w. w. I. A. i.. HOPE[" CHIAPITR NO. tie. . ieghiar co .,,-.-.iiaou o'clock p. in. -!A on first amn third Fr'idays of teach imouth . Mojourning companions are c0,nt;!iall,ia vit,*d. E. O. ACKIxaza, H. P. t;. V. SHEsRaAN, tietretary. eKNIGHTM OF PYTEEA . PHILIPSBURG IODGE, NO. 20. t t~ett esetc Tursdaly eveninitg t:, S:0 o'i lo4ek in ..aieu:ic "11Hl. All visitiln Irothers are -!-diallty i%;t,,.t to attend mle.tim'.'I . BHNJ. I' ZER. ('. t-'. .t. ('u +uL,. K. (of it. and 8.. 1. 0. 0. 3'. ('ABLE L. .IiE, NO. 9. Cas-+ Lodge, No. 9. meeta every Wednesday evteinaz at 8.00 o'clock at Masontc Hall. All vla ioing brothers are cordially invited to attend. JAr. G. EVANS. N. 1G. BL.sJ. Pizan. Secretary A. O.I . H. SILVERT SL'A't LI.,ODuE NO. 36. Me.te every btnuday at Mason...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 1 January 1891

Jameph A. Hy.de, Pres. . .3. Molrr.ll.EicPl're'. E.C. Freyschlag. Cad(li,.r. JOSEPH A. HYDE Banking Co., PHIIItSBIr. IMONTANA. Corner Broad'aS'l.y anld oaniirolase. T IM E .s C ii I D' i ,E . IN E l i E, 1T M I . a- H , 1 , ,I . WENT BOUND IN , 0 ... No. 2: No.2 No.22 "N,."2 l:...... 1 :5a' N,-w I'hica,, .::1. a I . ...... 12:0 ,lp i Stone . ;: , It1 :...... . ' .. F lint.... ,:I ni ..... 15:30am :10 'liun Philil++burg . 7:01 ;t t i ;3:30pmll a ti:10 anlmal:.illrn' .. I rnl sey. . :?il "i in i. l: tli - lose eonne.cti.tns nal-e at tiru imitln In. all points east and west. IL. E. I s i At... '1nt. HOME NEWS. A happy and prosperouls New Year to all. J. C. Fuher. of Stone was in ihe "itllr aay before yesterday. A shipment of ore front the vM:nie wa. made oni Tuesday of this week. There will be divine service in St. Andrews church on Sunday evening next. at 7:30. Don't forget the watch to be given away at McRae's to-day. See loeal ad. elsewhere. B. R. Horton. the Stone Station post mast...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 8 January 1891

-°- THE PHILIPS-BURG MAIL. . Y,. . PHILIPSBURG, DEER LODGE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY JANUARY 8, 1891. WOLE NO 08. A NNUAL ar ance Sale -;· t -,:,',t,:., inventorvin ~ , now is the tilme ±, _t IARGAIX ! f' j the REMNANT SALE! \-' ,ili cI mlmence after the iuventory. :.,- ,, east for SPRING PURCHASES, I am letermined to -r 1itcr Stocl AT COSTI " ,er 1 h1 tllaii carry over the season. Wm. WEINSTEINI ...... Wim. WEINSTEIN Q I i'JlLIPCAWRG. MONTANA. k' - .- 0 Ul f' ! 1883 \, rF A..)l * 0. J. A. MATTHEIWS. M.cIntyre & Matthews, f HARDVVVARE HOUSE. --I)EALERS IN S H ; 1 J F AND HEAVY HARDWARE, iil,1,.r IIos, Leather and Rubber Belting. TI~-WAWRE. STOVES AND RANGES, QUEENSWARE AND GLASSWARE, WiAON MATERIAL, IRON PIPE. FITTINGS, BRASS GOODS. IRc)ON, STEEL AND NAILS, ETC., ETC. "ST':' LoweIr radway. PHILIPSBURG, MONTANA J C. WAHLE!N THE JEWELER, Having enioyed a good season's trade during the holidays, notwithstanding the slight interference of peddlers dur inj the past month. now offers ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 8 January 1891

THE PHILIPSBIIRG MAIL. M H BHRYAN. !OX. BRYAN. T C. CONGOON. BR '. N '? & CL \GDOJN, Prop 's T AK Di i~~i)TANAGER Bstlr('IU E' I'ON RATES: .: .............. 4 4(NI S ; :; .-i'r~:·; ~ ~ i: . ............ _' 1X Th;," :. ·iri- . . . -.............. .~ . E~nt,'r ;i at 111:· ):c tttic~r · at Pliililwsurg Deer~c Lodge counflt- . Montalniak, as sconfl class initter frir lr 1~'jj--iiifl !roflgl the mails. 'P1IU''D') . . JANUA IY rY, v.yt+ lThle real estat' sales during the past week or two in the outlying additions to Philipsburg are indi eatiye of the confidence our residents have in the future of the town. It has exceeded the most sanguine ex pectationr o'f the large real estate owners, and shows the reasonable ness of selling a portion of their ad ditioi:, at a rate within the reash of all. As the , retain the odd blocks for future sale, it is evident that a big profit will result at no very dis tant date. Their profits will cer tainly be much greater than if they had held all the pr...

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. — 8 January 1891

gE P'HILtII PBI'J{G MAIL. - , I. 6: A. A. FLINT (CREEK LOD(E, NO. 11. Kkr_.rnr r.nununications evTry zecoud and i; sttardayp Of eaeIt inontl,. VisitLnmr ,rs a'tbidifly in vited to attend. JOHN A1ISLEY. w. %i. It. A. M1.. IHOPE ('CHAPTER NO. 10. - 7- Regular convocations A o'clock p. m. j.: /on first andt third Fridays of each ! month. Bojourning companions are cordiallysinvited. E. O. ACKERMAN, H. P. t;. V. SaRMAN, Secretary. UKtI(iH TPI OF PYTHIAl4. t'HILIPS.UR(i LODGE, NO. 20. lMetl every Tuesday evening :~t 8:0K o'clock an aonic Ihlil. All visiting ,ruthler, are .rjtiially invited to attend ImIeetinis. lHENJ. tP: ZE , (. ('. 'I. t'. CUsuoN. K. K. f . and 8. - -t T; L.ODI. NtO. .. i(atul Lodge, No. I9, meets every Wednesday eveunla at 8:1i o'clock at Masonic Hall. All via tiung hrothers are cordially invited to attend. JAMECs G. F.YANS. N. G. UaiJJ. PizaR. Secretarv A. 0. U. Wt. SLLVRIt STA'l'TE LoDGE NO. H. 3ree every lMonday at Masonic Hall at 8 u'clock. Mujourniug brothers cord...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 8 January 1891

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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. — 30 April 1891

O.THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. V. NO. 14. PHILIPSBURG, DEER LODGE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1891. PR mI, l ILrrr 1891 SPRIGC 1891 If yon arne going to ,purchase a CARPET, a DRESS, a SUIT OF CLOTHES or anything in the DRYGOODSX CLOTHING Line, you will make a mistake if you do not Examine Our Elegant Spring Stock Arriving daily from New York. CARPETS: CARPETS! CARPETS! Everything from a Hemp Carpet to a Maquetta or Milton with border, and at Prices 25 per cent. Lower Than Ever Sold in Philipsburg Before. szILKs I SIILTS I In all the new Weaves, including Faille Francaise, Ray de Fleur, Crepe de Chine, etc., and in all the new shades, in cluding Acajon, Pomgranite, Dahlia, Raisin, Bois de Rose, Vieux Rose, Modore, Mastic Cuivre, Coxcomb, and nu merous others. I DRESS G-OODS Henrietta is still very much in vogue, as is also Drap de Ete, Drap de Dame, Famise, Sicilian, French Broadcloth, and a hundred other fabrics. The other shades as well as the exquisite designs ani colorings...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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