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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 11 August 1887

MINIT'NG NEWS. Xontana. Seven hundred and twelve full cars of ore were taken out of the St. Lawrence shaft at Butte m one shift. This is the biggest run on record. In the mineral region around Great Falls it is believed that natural gas may be as abundant as in Ohio and Indiana. Thirty heavy stamps are being added to the Anaconda mill. The rock founda tion for the new smelter has been com menced. Superintendent Alex. McDonald, of the Golden Gate, between Georgetown and Cable, which is owned by Helena men, says they --e down 100 feet and employ four men u:. 'erground. DThe Homestake district is situated about nine miles southeast of Butte, and has had in an area of from fifteen to twenty miles in length and from twelve to fifteen in width, over 100 locations made. The Alice company, of Butte, have struck a firm body of ore on the 600-foot level of the Magna Charta mine and as it carries a much larger quantity of sulphur cts, it makes the management feel corres pondingly happy. The Pl...

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. — 11 August 1887

THEU PUILIPS.B URG ,AIL, THURSDAY,.......... AU..... .. AUG.1, 1887 Our Agents. The following named persons are authorized t_ receive and receipt for subscriptions to the )AIL in their respective localities: W. J. Swart ..a.............. ........... Granit D. Din¶all ........................New Chicago ('has. . hilds .........................Drummon Crockett & Kine............... ... Anacond D. H. Mellan............ ...Stone Station HOME NEWS. The 'Frsoo Co. wants 300 cords of wood J. A. Featherman is building a hand some brick dwelling house at New Chi cago. The new building of the Wilson Bros. is at last beginning to assume shape and look like something. Featherman & Co. have put a new and very handsome sign over their business house on Broadway. W. L. Brown, of the law firm of Brown & Crutchfield, made a hurried business trip to Butte last week. L S. Austin reports the crusher at his sampling works in position, and he is now ready to sample ores. Transactions in real ...

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. — 25 August 1887

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. 1. PHILJPSBURG, DEER LODGE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST'25, 1887. NO. 31 --NO. 31 THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. Bryan & HeCoy, Proprietors. Issued Every Thursday Evening. Subscription Rates. One year, in advance.............. 00 Paid at expiration of year.... ...........4 00 81x months, in advance ........ .'. 2 00 Three months.................. ..... I G5 lntered at the postoffice at Philipsburg, Deer Lodge county, Montana, as second class matter Sor transmission through the mails. Notice. Local Notices 10 eta per line. Professional Cards (1 inch) $18 per year. Regular advertisements payable monthly. Transient advertisements payable in advance. Anyone failing to receive the MAIL regular ly should notify us promptly by postal card. Any person taking this paper can have the same discontinued without trouble by notify oig us and paying up all arrears. County Official Directory. Member of Council ...............J. K. Pardee Representative.................. ....

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 25 August 1887

TUE PHILIPSBURG MAIL., Bryan a leCey, Propr's. issued Every Thursday Evening. THURSDAY.................... AUG. 25, 1887 Notice. UITrED STATES LAND OFFIoz, HaLExA, M. T., August 17, 1886. To Mine Owners and Mining Attorneys: In notices for application of patent you will in ALL CASES make agreement to publish with the news paper published nearest to the land georaphic allymeasnred. This instruction must befully om p lied with, else new publication will be or dered. S. W. L soHnoaza, Register. WE KNOW WHAT WE'RE DOIwG. It is immediately apparent to visitors and a subject of remark by them that the methods of mining and development throughout the Flint Creek district are invariably intelligent and well directed, due weight being given to the theory of the scientific expert and to the exper ience of long practice, and it would be difficult for the most captions critic to point to any operations of the last pros perous era, in which money has been foolishly spent-nor yet in which a false...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 25 August 1887

MININ(, NEWS. t Montanu. The f,ontana ('hief Mining" company, Stevtnsville, has offered for sloe 20.- 1 (ti sh:;tres of the working stock at ten c.ts p r share. e llmlilto , & k \ooliston are erecting ,ji!hdings preparatory to commencing de ,.lq,,ltent of the Great Eastern and Elk hi,,rn mines, recently bonded in Castle t round in the neighborhood of the Big Ionnanza. in Butte, is being leased by different parties in the hope of reaching theI ctontinuat.ion of the rich chute of ore rfc,:eartl discovered there. T'he resilents of Basin City, Jefferson e)lnty, have an abiding faith in its fau ture. Some of the most sanguine pre dict that in less than a dozen years its lines will equal if they do not surpass t h,,e of Butte. 'l'wenty miles from Butte, in the Divide ,il ing district is the Apex mine, now the ::,nhe of operations of the Apex Consoli ,:.ted rining comnpany. At the bottom o a O2t)-foot shaft they haze a 7-foot vein going $191 to the ton. Madisonian : Major J. W. Peek. o...

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. — 25 August 1887

THURSDAY, ..................... AUG. 25, 1887 Oar Agents. The following named persons are authorized to soive and receipt for subscriptions to the MAIL in their respective localities: W. J. Swarta.............................Granite D. Diny wal........................New Chicago Chas. Childs.......................... Drummond Crockett & King........................naconda D. H. Mellan........................Stone Station HOME NEWS. Mrs. J. K. Pardee, who was quite ill last week, is recovering. The iron front for McDonald's new building will be furnished by the Phil ipsburg foundry. Mrs. J. Shull's baby and also that of Mrs. John W. Dawson are sick with cholera-infantum. By. Ballard's little child, which was suffering from cholera-infantum, is pro nounced convalescent. The stockholders of the Sydney Con solidated mining company will hold a meeting September 7. Billy Nobles has just got back from his wanderings all over the east, where he has been taking a holiday. The location of...

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. — 1 September 1887

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. 1. PHILIPSBURG, DEER LODGE COUNTY, TOTrANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1887. NO. 32 an I' n 1 Ig I g ll g gim mn I mi •PH gRG~, DEEI lOG EI I I I CO NYIu THE PH1LIPSBURG MLAIL. Bryan & IeCo.;o, Proprietors. issued Eve.ry Thursday Evening. Subscription Rates. One year, in advance ................... .g: 0 Paid at expiration of year ............. 4 0) fix iiiminIhi, in advance ................. 2 00 'Th:ec months ........................ I L, Entered the postolfice at Philipsbnrg, Deer Lodge cI ay, Montana, as second class matter for tram .ission through the mails. Notice. I, :ai Notiece 10 cts per line. 1':-,,fcsional Cards (1 inch) $LS per year. T.,"-ular advertisemen'ts pay able monthly. Tranisicent advertiscements payable in advance. Anone failing to receive the MAIL regular ly ohonld notify us promptly b:; postal card. p1, e-On taking this paper can have the s.une dis-:mntinued without trouble by notify i -2 a11 adtl paying up al) aaCrears. County Offic...

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 September 1887

THURSDAY ................8EPTEMBER 1 1188 Xeotice. UNITED STATES LAND OFFrICL IIELE..A, M. T., August 17, 1886. To Mine Owners and Mining Attorneys: In notices for application of patent you will in ALL (AsEs make agreement to publish with the news paper published nearest to the land geographic allymeasured. This instruction must be fully complied with, else new publication will be or dered. S. W. LANaOORNE, Register. THE PRESS ASSOCIATION. Among the successes of fair week in Helena the annual meeting of the Terri torial Press Association may be counted as one of the most complete. Nothing can be more beneficial to the press as a whole than such meetings and inter change of ideas and experiences of its in dividual representatives. The proceed ings of the association as reported in the Independent were marked by an absence of all self-glorification or any mutual ad miration tendencies, yet the most casual reader could not fail to be impressed with the responsibilities, cares and grind...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 1 September 1887

MINING1 NEWS. lontana. ,ill. D)unn has bonded the Hidden Treasure at Castle Mountain for $30,000 to A. M. Esler for Helena parties. The machinery of th3 old Lexington mill, at Butte, has been thoroughly over hanuled, a new boiler put in, and the work of c~rushing resumed. Ilusbandmnan: It is safe to say that tthere are a thousand men en route for the Castle Mountain eldorado besides the hundreds that have already arrived. Hall, Harrington & Co. recently ship ped 1.478 ounces of gold bullion, the re islt of eight days' run in the mill of the New York Mining & Milling company. The work of making the shaft of the Mountain View, at Butte, a three-com partment is progressing steadily, being pushed by thirty men. They are down a depth of 100 feet already. Hozemnan Chronicle: About ,0 men are eimhloyed at Timberline and are prose e.iting the work of development with ri'e.t vi gor. It is thought that the main ve(in will be reached by the approaches in Novembelr. A strike is reported...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 1 September 1887

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. THUBSDAY ................8EPTEMBE 1, 1887 Our Agents. The following named persons are authorized to seceive and receipt for subscriptions to the MuIL in their respective localities: . rz . ..............................Granite ................. ........New Chicago Chqs. Thil-ds ................ . ...... .... Drnummond Crokett & ing ................. . ..Anaconda D. H. Mellan........................Stone Station HOME NEWS. Homer Sweitzer has gone to Gregson Springs. Born-Tuesday, August 23, to the wife of William McNab, a son. 4 The unseasonable weather has caused a boom in colds in the head. Mrs. Schnepel is going to build a brick dwelling-house on her ranch. McNab is furnishing the brick. S. A. Williamson the new principal of the school is daily expected to arrive from his late labors in Idaho. The hearing of the contempt case of H. F. Titus hus been posponed until the next term of the district court. Notwithstanding the recent cold and disagreeable weathe...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 8 September 1887

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. 1. PHILIPSBURG, DEER LODGE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1887. NO. 33. THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. Bryan & McCoy, Proprietors. Issued Every Thursday Evening. Subscription Rates. One year, in advance .................... $: 00 Paid at expiration of year ................ 4 00 Six months, in advance ................ 2 00 Three months ......................... I 25 Entered at the postoffice at Philipsburg, Deer Lodge county, Montana, as second class matter for transmission through the mails. Notice. Local Notices 10 cts per line. Professional Cards (1 inch) $18 per year. Regular advertisements payable monthly. Transient advertisements payable in advance. Anyone failing to receive the MAnI, regular ly should notify us promptly by postal card. Any person taking this paper can have the same discontinued without trouble by notify ing us and paying up all arrears. County Official Directory. Member of Council ..............J. K. Pardee Representative ..........

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 8 September 1887

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. UByam d HeCoy, Propr'o. issued Every Thursday Evening. -THURSDAY............S.....EPTEMBER 8, 1887 Notice. SUx.ED STATES LAND OiTcz, HELENA, M. T., August 17, 1886. To Mine Owners and Mining Attorneys: In notices for application of patent you will in ALL oAsES make agreement to publish with the news paper published nearest to the land geographic allymeasured. This instruction must be fully complied with, else new publication will be or dered. 8. W. LAxonHoar, Register. The state republican convention of Pennylvania has endorsed James G. Blaine for nomination for the Presidency. The G. A. B. people will undoubtedly if let alone do something to elect Cleve land by an overwhelming majority if he is nominated for a second term. With four separate townsite additions, investors in Philipsburg real estate should certainly be able to find their money's worth whether they be looking for residence or business property. ,omebody in Chicago, who claims to know, is predicti...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 8 September 1887

MINING NEWS. eMontaa. The placers situated on the head of C'lark's Fork of Henderson Mountain, near Cook City, known as Cutler's Placer 1 Grounds. were worked for about six weeks this summer and paid well. The shaft on the Luxembourg at (icGrgetown is now 65 feet deep and some ore is found at the bottom. Three hun dred feet down the hill from the mouth of the shaft a tunnel has been started, which is now in a distance of 70 feet. The vein dips toward the north and the tun nel will have to be driven in 200 feet be fore it strikes it. Luther L. Mills, a prominent attorney I of Chicago, accompanied by John C King, a mining expert and moneyed man of the same city, have been in Butte dur ing the past week, and it is rumored hate perfected arrangements for the purchase of the Germania mine, west of town, with the intention of developing it on a l:irge scale. In the Treasure Hill in ýMadison c )unty the miners have reached the hanging wall of the mine, along which is a vein of smelting ore...

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. — 8 September 1887

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. THUBSDAd ................EPTEMBER 8, 1887 Our Agents. The following named persons are authorized to receive and receipt for subscriptions to the MAIL in their respective localities: W. J. wart. ......... ............. .. Granite D. Dingwll............. ........ New Chicago Chas. Childs........................Drummond Crockett & King..................Anaconda DH. Mellan..................Stone Station HOME NEWS. Choir practice to-night. Miss Emily Irving left last Monday for her home in Maryland. The thermometer aspires again but the flies have been knocked out. Two more lots on Nob hill were pur chased this week by outside parties. Chas. Wilson, chief clerk at the Ed wards House, Drummond, is in town. Mix, the Thompson Falls hotel man, is trying to secure Wilson's new building for a lodging house. The Poker club caught a sucker last week and have been in an intoxicated condition ever since. Several contemplated and even some partially arranged camping out pa...

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. — 15 September 1887

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. 1. PHILIPSBURG, DEER LODGE COUNTY, MONTANA, THUIRSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1887. NO. 34. sil Ii lllia l lllrol H • IIII llI I H III l• I ib " I li i ll HI l I -IIl l I I • • il llim ll i • li •• I • I lll I II THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. Bryman & M]Coy, Proprietors. Issued Every Thursday Evening. Subscription Rates. One year, in advance ....................$3 00 Paid at expiration of year ................ 00 Six months, in advance ................ 2 00 Three months ....................... I 25 Untered at the postoffice at Philipsburg, Deer Lodge county, Montana, as second class matter for transmission through the mails. Notice. Local Notices 10 ets per line. Professional Cards (1 inch) $18 per year. Regular advertisements payable monthly. Transient advertisements payable in advance. Anyone failing to receive the MAIL regular ly should notify us promptly by postal card. Any person taking this paper can have the same discontinued without trouble by notify ing us;and...

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. — 15 September 1887

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL.' rvyam & NecCo, Propls. Issued Every Thursday Evening. T.HURDAY...............EPTEMBER 8, L887 Notiee. Uxrvxn STATES LAWN OFrZoz, HELENA, M. T, August 17, 1886. To Mine Owners and Mining Attorneys: In notices for application of patent you will in ALL CASES make agreement to publish with the news paper published nearest to the land geographic allymeasured. This instruction must be fully somplied with, else new publication will be or dered. S. W. LAsmAoanw, Register. CAMP CREEK. There is being again agitated the quee tion of fliuming Camp creek and this time the matter seems likely to be effected. Property owners over whose ground the creek passes have not been unwilling to flume the creek on their own premises but the fluming crossing the street has always been the point that has discour aged the undertaking, as no one felt like spending his money on the roads for the repair of which he was already paying a heavy tax that was spent elsewhere. Health Officer ...

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. — 15 September 1887

M1INING NEWS. Montana. A contract has been made for material to erect new hoisting works at the Pol lock, near Butte. IHusbandman: Fred. Hunt sold a one half interest in the Chief mine on Birch creek, last week, for $1,000. The lead is five feet wide and is very promising. G. W. Dunn discovered a 12-foot vein on his coal field at the head of Sixteen Mile creek and brought in a wagon load of coal to our smiths.-Husbandman. News from the Castle mountains, Meagher county, says that new leads are being discovered every day, and that rich prospects are being developed. The ex citement is intense and constantly in creasing. The mill of the N. Y. M. & M. com pany was started up on ore from the Prospect mine, in Madison county, on the 1st inst., and will continue to work until Christmas on the product of the same mine. The group of mines located near Ar genta, Beaverhead county, in which Wil liam Wilson, George Irvin and A. Wartenweiler, of Butte, are interested, are being worked with a...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 15 September 1887

THE PHILIPSBUIRG MAIL. TRUiEDAT....... .......EPTEMBER 15, UI Our A~tets. The following named persons are authorized to e·eive and receipt for subscriptions to the MAIL in their respective localities: W. J. Swart ...a.................... ......Granite DDing. w.... ....... . New Chicago {'has. uthilds.... ............Drommond krockett & Kinur .....................Anaconda SH. Mellan...................Stone station HOME NEWS. Lo, the poor Indian is in town. Morse's new building is roofed in. The saloons are doing a rushing busi ness. The real estate market is active and firm. Nil Noe's little child is sick with brain fever. Weinstein's building is progressing rapidly. Nine lots in Parker's addition were sold this week. William Weinstein made a trip to Granite yesterday. The enlargement to t he sampling mill is about completed. W. T. Ward and F. T. Sayers went fish ing yesterday afternoon. Ten lots is the total number sold this week in the depot addition. Supt. Bisque, of the Bi-Me...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 22 September 1887

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. 1. PHILIPSBUIRG, DEER LODGE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1887. NO 35D THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. Bryan & MIeCoy, Proprietors. Issued Every Thursday Evening. Subscription Rates. One year. in advance ................... .$- 00 Paid at expiration of year ................. 4 00 Six minths, in advance ................ 2 00 Three m,,nths ......................... I 2.5 Entered at the postoffice at Philipsburg. Deer Lodge county, Montana, as second clasa matter for transmission through the mails. Notice. Local Notices 10) et; per line. l'rofessional Cards (l inch) $18 per year. Rgular adverticisements payable monthly. Traisieillt advertisements pamyable in advance. Anyone failing to receive the M.tI regular ly lshould notify us promptly by postal card. Any person taking this paper can have the name discoutini:ed without trouble by notify ing us and paying up all arrears. County Official Directory. lemlbcher of iCouncil ...............J. K. Pardee .e;,p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 22 September 1887

THE PHILIPSBIURG MAIL. Bryan & MeCoy, Proprieters. Issued Every Thursday Evening. THURSDAY...............EPTEMBER 22, 1887 THE CREDIT SYSTEN. Every now and then the inhabitants of this part of the world are treated to an example of the follies of the credit sys tem which is so prevalent all over the territory. It is figured that in the ordin ary lines of trade and with the average patronage, the dealer who does a credit business runs a risk of losing something over 25 per cent. of his money, and in ad dition to this is the expense of extra sal ary, or a percentage of bills for collec tion, and other work which a credit system entails. It is only necessary for a dealer to realize this to have a legiti mate excuse for putting such additional price upon his goods as shall cover such risks, or in other words for taxing those who do pay, a sufficient amount above the value of the goods to meet the bills of those who do not pay. The hardship from a financial stand point which this wor...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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