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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 23 July 1891

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. ISS"TED EVERY TICI'tRS3DJ P_ M. H. BRYAN. JO X. BRYAN. T. C. CONGDON. BRYAN BROS. & CONGDON, Propr's. iv. H. BRYAN, EDITOR AND MANAGER SUBSCRIPTION RATES: )one year, in advance ..................+..` 00 Paid at expiration of year. ................ 4 00 Six months, in advance ................. 2 00 Three months........................... 1 25 Local Notice- 15 rents 1per line for first inser on!; each .-lbsequent insertion, 10 cnts. Profecsional Cards (: inch) 81S per year. Regular advertisements payable monthly. Transient advertinsements pay'able in advance. .Anyone failing to receive the MaIL regular ly s.ould notify us prompltly by postal card. Any person taking this paper can have the same di.-(cotinued without trouole by notify ino us and paying up all arrears. Entered at the postoffice at Philipsburg, Deer Lodge county, Montana, as second class matter for transmission through the mails. THURSDAY.........................JULY 23, 1891 A letter addressed t...

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. — 23 July 1891

N EBRA SKA IHOQRRO The Terrible Discovery Made Made by Mrs. Dr. Allen at Her Brother's Home Near Ellis. Six Members of the Family. Including Father and Mother, Dead in Different Rooms. 411 Evidently Shot by Puierbaugh, Himself Being the Las--A lob ir' Ro ostJ /..- ....... .,l.\at.t. .!iy 3.--A epecial from Elli. 1N b.. - ays: Mrs. Dr. Alien, of Beatrice. Ne';.. went to Ellis (,n a visit :. hir lbr r.. ohn H. Puteriiaugh, a n:areri',i ,.e an one-half miles :' l:i:. epeated knocks at the ,a c f:: :, ,,iiain a response. Mrs. Al'.k ., r ., ! a itorible sight met :or rt-e. ill ibe floor lay her brother, :.. ! rba-b.ngh. with a bullet hole _r- :is, h.:ad and an empty revolver v..( i,,i[E his dead body. Mrs. Alien ailsd to her driver and the two made a:rther oivestigations. On a bed lay :Io-. P;:t.-drugh dead. Beside the wife .wd ,llh;r lay the dead body of the 2 :ear-tl bId bbe. On a lounge in another rooe '-" the dead body of Puterbaugh's de-a, '. Up stairs were found the dead s of Puter...

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. — 23 July 1891

GRANITE GLEANINGS. The Alpine Dramatic club gave their second entertainment of the season at the Miners' Union hall Friday evening. The participants were Mesdames Hynes and Smith, Misses Page and Gillis and Messrs. Moran. Wells and Swartz. Charles Brown as stage director and sister. Mabel. as artist, distinguished themselves in their particular avocations. Of the singers and actors who deserve special notice we mention Miss Clara Page, Miss Edna Gillis, Mrs. J. F. Hynes, Fred Wells and A. A. Moran. The pro gramme closed with a well conducted and interesting dance.--Star. At Deer Lodge. Sunday, Father De Ryckere united in marriage, Miss Brid get O'Donald and Hugh McGinley, all of Granite. Arriving at home Mobday they repaired to the home of their brother-in-law, W. M. Robertson. where a sumptuous spread awaited their pleas ure. The O.'s were there, and the Mc.'s were there, and all Donegal voted them a right, jolly pair. Star. Joe Marcom returned from his ranch in Hell Gate canyon ne...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 23 July 1891

ABOUT TOWN. Dominick Burns was in from Stone yesterday. Arthur Toner has gone to Missoala to ,s-end a short vacation. The Rumsey hotel was sold at sheriff's sale yesterday for the sum of $1,075. (. W. Bancroft, the Granite carpenter e:.d ,contractor, was in town Monday. Utrv. Father De Ryckere will conduct services at Morse's hall next Sunday iiorning. C;auier & .Jacky have just received a 1:d.lom, lot of new fixtures for their M!:. 31. L. Parry. of Black Pine, came ,, w,, y(stIlrday to do some shopping. \ i,.,asan (call at Tiil.: Mail office was , .: !: ,rs the lady miade. C'. W i. lHath. formerly station agent at ;:.isey.. while on his way to the coast : no: east'rn trip. visited some of his ;: is.i in the 'hurg yesterday. l'ii jury sitting on the case of Deer L,dge county vs. Peter Dunn and Lafay t:te Rnlyer, came over here this week to v: -w the ground in the upper valley, wLich the defendants had fenced in and n;iused the road to extend higher upon the foothills, for which ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 23 July 1891

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Proposals will be received by the trustees of the Hatta Mining and Milling Co., of New Chicago, Montana, to con tinue the sinking of the incline shaft on the Hatta mine one hundred feet deeper. The incline shaft is now four hundred feet deep. " Shaft to be 4% feet by 6 feet in the clear, and to be timbered with 8x8 timbers, and to be lagged in a good and workmanlike manner. There is a good hoist on the mine. The company desires to pay a portion of the contract price in treasury stock, one-third of the contract price is to be held back until the con tract is completed. The company re serves the right to reject any and all bids, and will be let to the lowest bidder. Bids will have to be addressed to the secretary, at New Chicago, on or before July 31, 1891. By order of the board of trustees. Dated, New Chicago, July 16th, 1891. 26-2t. DUNCAN DING WALL, Secretary. NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO CUT TIMBER. In accordance with the provisions of section 8 rules and regula...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 23 July 1891

THE PHILIPS['V'ir AML. The Dominant Ea& in Siberia. It was a bad day for eastern Siberia when the Yakouts were crowded up to the Lena by the victorious Tungusi, for they in turn dispossessed the weaker tribes which they found in possession of the country, and established themselves as far eastward as the Kolyma river, on the frontier of Tchuktchi, the most eastern tribe of Asia, whose ultimate boundary is the Arctic ocean and Beh ring sea. The Yakouts, or Jakuts, have always possessed a higher civilization than is found elsewhere in the same lat itude, except in Iceland, Finland and *orway; and by their superior intelli gence and force of character they have stamped their impress upon all with whom they have come in contact. Theirs is the dominant language from the basin of the Lena to the extreme eactern coast of Siberia. All the Tun gu-i speak Jakut. Russian is scarcely known in two-thirds of its Asiatic pos sessions. For centuries the Jakuts have been the common carriers for ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 23 July 1891

E. C. Freyschiag, Cashier. JOSEPH A. HYDE .Banking Co., (INCORPORATED) PHILIPSBURG, MONTANA. Corner Broadway and Sansome. ABOUT TOWN. Roach Brothers spent Sunday in Georgetown. Alderman F. J. Wilson made a busi ness trip to Deer Lodge, Tuesday. T. E. Montgomery has gone to Ains worth, B. C., to remain for a time. Louis Hendrikson, the cattle king of New Chicago, was in town Monday. Born-In Tower, Montana,July 20,1891, to the wife of John Olson, a son. All well Mrs. L. E. Paskill departed for Spokane Falls, Tuesday afternoon, on a pleasure trip. Both trains on the Philipsburg & Drummond branch are kept busy all the time. Judge D. M. Durfee was over from Deer Lodge and spent Sunday in the 'burg. Officers Loughrin and Elkins have been given power to act as deputy sheriffs. Walter Robinson has taken a position in the store of D. R. McRae & Co., as salesman. John C. Wood, manager of the Alps mine, on Harvey creek, was in town last Saturday. Allan McDonald and John McGill came up ...

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 July 1891

_ THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. V. NO. 27. PILIPSBURG, DEER LODGE COUNTY, MONTANA: THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1891. C, 1 CNS. a. . . . ... .. . .. . . .. .C.. . .0.. N Tn. Mi - Si-S lmmer Clearan8 Sale I To The Public. Slhiving an overstock of Summer Goods on haýl, I ami determined to close them out at any ,ri'e radther' than tto carry them over. To con v~Ii.le you that I mean it: 1:, rent Shaliies now at 10 cents. Satteclis, former price 20 cents, now 10 cents. 10 cent Shallies reduced to 6 cents. Also a general reduction of 10 per cent. on all White (;oods. Now is your time to buy. Border and Lace Silk Wraps-a 20 per cent. ('lit on them. I have the largest and cheapest line of White Muslin Underwear in this county, direct from the factories. I have marked the prices away down on all SlImmer Clothing andl urnishing Goods Now is your time to get a cheap suit of clothes. Remember that my reduction is not on paper. ('ome and Convince Yourself. Mail orders respectfully solicited and promptly atte...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 30 July 1891

THE PHILIPSBJURG MAIL. M. H. BRYAN. JO X. BRYAN. T. C. CONGDON. BRYAN BROS. & CONGDON, Propr's. M. H. BRYAN, EDITOR AND MANAGER SUBS('RIPTION RATES: () i year, ill : V:(ia Cl e ......................:; 00 Paid at expirationi of year. ............... 4 (00 Six monthl, in atidvance ................. 2 00 Thiriee :ioiith.......................... 1 2. LI.v:.l Notice- 15 ,' cets pcrliue for tirst inlscr Col: each ii outljquent inser'tion, 10 cent-. Profe sional (Cards (i. inch) .1. per year. ReIu;lllar advertisements payable monthly. 'iranieCnt :dlt t(rti.Iemnents p ayable in advance. Anyone fa'ilin 1 treceive the .AIrI. rIgulhr iy -hould notify us-promptly by postal turd. Any person takink this paper an ihave the salleC discoitititnud without trouble by notify ing us and payinlg up all arrears. Entered ,at the postoffice at Philips.burg, Deer Lodge county, Montana, as second class matter for transmission through the mails. T IISuIDA .......................JULY 30, x191 THE ARRESTS....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 30 July 1891

I'11F. PHI IIli HIfMAIL. ~ý' .11 I rotY" T : ýVi. ,.r, (anoi I'rstag(e st:tt nps. S ' : r, i iJ7ibans and live blue \. r. ped for :ale among e. - on, a stand near the . There were also three i-::.. e naticnality was 1 ;i anjos they held. ,-,, , was:' given as to why , f the color mentioned, ,' iiy their complexion was S to ha !ve been affected by v.,r.,i:laence in the surreptitious ,,,nli,'ht water;,llu:a. One could buy li onte: ,f il, - :t'Hl rlatuettes for ten uents, ' irl' : - ingi the paper plas erS T i," : " :i their ' (estimated . to 200 .each. .! ..... " .' it ,,,a that they were Srate, I-potage stamnps. " : ' . .- ,f olie ce('it stamps, I ".e..:. ' I0 t ones, and the thei' ten cent (ldenomli - r-.,, upUn investi - , ;- : .t,.rial of Vwhic(hi they . ,1 inui'tased at i:: an, printing. , .. :;n".. 1t ,;er has .;:;,Ir t thaut ('stab "i eI ,ch ,Vee e to do :t unau-ol stamps. . 1, det-sription given in the i: .i . l is rL- e t eryl;.mlatoscope, . i .v f. Trowe, and. intended (:' '...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 30 July 1891

OUT OF THE SWIM. His clothes hang on him in many a shred He is out of the swim; He walks life's highway with sullen tread He is out of the swim. He eats the dole that charity gives, In the wilds of nature alone h- lives, He sleeps 'neath heaven's starry brim He is out of the swim. Once he had honor and friends, but now He is out of the swim. Men coveted then his lordly bow He is out of the swim. There are none so poor as to take his hand And call him brother in all the land. But they hasten to turn aside from him He is out of the swim. He has nothing to hold him now to life He is out of the swim: Neither friends nor fortune, child nor wife He is out of the swim. There's nobody but himself to blime. His heart is seared with remorse and shame; Throughhisown mistake-not fortune's whim ,He is out of the swim. The moonlight rests on a peaceful face He is out of the swim. Dear God, forgive in Thy inli'iite grace! He is out of the swim- Out of life's maddening roar and fret, Out of temptat...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 30 July 1891

A RACE OF WILD DOGS. They Roam Arkansas and Resem ble the Tame Species. The Animals Said to Have Frequented a Certain Locality for Twenty-Five Years -Some of Their Queer Char acteristles. The discovery has recently been made that a species of wild dogs exists in this country, writes a Eureka Spring ( Ark.) correspondent of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat. The fact that they have been here for more than a quarter of a century has been known to some of the old citizens, who seem to have thought the matter of small impor tance. and consequently a valuable con tribution to science and history is yet to be published. Mr. Jacob Everman, a citizen of this town, is the first man to investigate the matter and establish the fact that these dogs are unlike any breed of dogs known in this country. Everman is an old woodsman and hunt er and keeps a pack of as fine fox hounds as ever "gave music to the hunter's horn." One morning recently he went into the woods alone, and his ,gl, not scenting a tra...

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. — 30 July 1891

KILLED BY A BOMB. Five Sailors of the United States Ship Pensacola Reported BloWn Up by a Chilian Bomb. Dallas, Tex., Suffers a Loss of $2,000, 000 in Gin and Cotton Ware houses. A Town in Canada Reported De stroyed-Fire in the Richelien Hotel, Chicago. NEW YORK, July 27.-The World publishes a letter dated Callao, Peru, June 24, giving the details of a sad ac cident at Arica, Chili, by which five pailors of the United States steamer Pensacola lost their lives. The steam launch of the man-of-war was blown up in the hai bor of Arica by the Chilian torpedo boat Condell and every man on board killed. The list of dead includes C.O. Smith. New York; William Hayes, Brooklyn: Frank Peckham, Newark, N. J.; Teddy O'Rourke, Huntington, L. I.; Arthur E. Dickman, Pearsall, L.I. Officers Discredit the Report. At the navy yard the officers stationed there say they have advices from Ad miral McCann, who commands the fleet Sow in Chilian waters, dated as late as July 6. The admiral made no mention o...

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. — 30 July 1891

Peculiar To ('mnl:inatiol, Prolportion, and Process of prep i, od's gar-aparilla possesses the full .::i:, i~~lC of the best known remedies of ve.znt ite kig.tlom. r Ii:it1 a:, lernlomy-Hood'sSar :!.. ::: meiicine of which can truly ... )1 (~o (i,,llar." Other medicines :. : r:cr o :es, tinL1 dol not produce as good I oc t's Sarsaparilla. : me di in al merit, HIood's Sarsa : :ii,-lhw's cures hitherto unknown, S: e title of "The greatest.blood . e. : e. er discov-r ." S'::ar in i:'" : n e at home"-there . . T ,f 1, - r.e.aarilla sold in Lowell, , . :, .- :..: In fall her bhiood purifiers. S.. . - record of sales S ,..::,: .,:; lin has attained such i. It jI *:,.ulia:' io Itself. :l ef:::iiy anl ectivenessof S:.is are continually being .: ay it wins the people's confl h. , - ! : al w· a s sells another. Hood's Sarsaparilla ::i-ts. $1; six for5. Preparedonly S: ai,- 1D) &S CO., Apothecaries, Lowell~,Mass !00 Doses One Dollart BERICIE MAKl eJSo Lriri. ii Diistrict F ur Pioiii~ttlv a...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 30 July 1891

Joseph A. Hyde, Pres. J. M. errellVicePree. E.O. Freyechlag, Cashier. JOSEPH A. HYDE Banking Co., (INCORPORATED) PHILIPSBURG, MONTANA. Corner Broadway and Sansome. ABOUT TOWN. Charles Carpp was in from Bold Moun tain Monday. John S. Yandell was in from his ranch on upper Flint Creek Tuesday. Miss. C. M. Murphy is in town this week canvassing for the New Northwest. C. S. Tabor, a gentleman from St. Paul, has taken a position in Wm. Weinstein's. T. W. Larson and family have arrived from Galva, Illinois, to locate at Granite. M. E. H Gannon will make a trip to Chicage next week to buy goods for the winter trade. All stockholders in the East Granite company should read the notice to them in to-day's MAIL. Mrs. E. McDonel, the milliner, has ex tended a beautiful sign over the door of her place of business. George Simpkins has resigned his position as conductor on the Philipsburg & Drummond branch. There is a chance for several teamsters with teams to find employment in the Red Lion d...

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. — 6 August 1891

Pages THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. V. NO. 28. PHILIPSBURG, DEER LODGE COUNTY, MONTANA: THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1891. PRICE, 10 CENTS. Mid - 8limmwr Gleafran e 8ale To The Public. hlaving an overstock of Summer Goods on hand, I am determined to close them out at any price rather than to carry them over. To con vince you that I mean it: 15 cent Shallies now at 10 cents. Satteens, former price 20 cents, now 10 cents. 10 cent Shallies reduced to 6 cents. Also a general reduction of 10 per cent. on all White Goods. Now is your time to buy. Border and Lace Silk Wraps-a 20 per cent. cut on them. I have the largest and cheapest line of White Muslin Underwear in this county, direct from the factories. I have marked the prices away down on all Summer Clothing and Furnishing Goods Now is your time to get a cheap suit of clothes. Remember that my reduction is not on paper. Come and Convince Yourself. Mail orders respectfully solicited and promptly attended to. RESPECTFULLY, Win. WEINSTEIN STAR LAUNDR...

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. — 6 August 1891

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. M. H. BRYAN. JO X. BRYAN. T. C. CONGDON. BRYAN BROS. & CONGDON, Propr's. M. H. BRYAN, EDITOR AND MANAGER SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One year, in advance...................$3 00 Paid at expiration of year............... 4 00 Six months, in advance ................ 2 00 Three months ................. ....... 1 25 Entered at the postoffice at Philipsburg, Deer Lodge county, Montana, as second class matter for transmission through the mails. THE MAIL'S ADVERTISERS. Following is an alphabetically arranged list of enterprising merchants, other business people, etc., who run display advertisements in TaE PHILIPSBUaG MAIL. Do your business with them and you will receive good treatment: Allison & Sherman, furniture and under takers. Charles A. Anderson, lumber. Dr. W. H. Allen, physician and surgeon. G. L. Atwater, dairy and creamery. A. F. and A. M., Flint Creek Lodge. No. 11. G. H. Bancroft, carpenter, Granite. Frank D. Brown, real estate and insurance. Dr. S. A. Bro...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 6 August 1891

THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. THURSDAY ............... AUGUST 6, 1891 Woman's Place in Journalism. The arrival of woman in journalism is not news of this year or last. Her place in the world of newspapers is well defined. She is there because there is need for her in fields that man cannot 1ill. She has come to stay, not "until somebody calls her off," but until the professional career of a lifetime is over. Think of some of the female press writ ers in our own city--Mrs. Sangster, Miss Gilder. Mary Mapes Dodge, Miss French, Marion Harland, Jennie June, Mrs. HIeaton, Kate Upson Clark, Midy Morgan. Mrs. Chittenden, Nellie Bly, Miss Bi'land and Mrs. Archer. Are these ladies triflers in their profession? Are n(ýot their positions as well estab lished as those of male writers? Do int many of them do work that men could not do, which constitutes a special province (of female journalism? Fancy a mere man undertaking to edit the woman's page of a daily paper. It is necessary that there should be a...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 6 August 1891

THE MAN UP A TREE. Nearly all of the papers have started columns headed "The Man About Town" or some other head quite similar, and in that column nearly everything that one can think of is explained and commented upon. So it occurred to the writer that as there are some few things around town that really need touching up a little and regulating, not with any malicious or cunning intent at all, but in the very best of good nature, and just for the fun of it, that a man serenely sit ting on the lower limb of a tree with not over many worldly troubles to interfere with his observations and meditations would be able to more clearly note the peculiarities and possible mistakes of his fellow citizens and friends than they themselves. THE MAIL has no notion of going into the man about town business perman ently, and it is more than probable that this column will next week be filled up with one of Spurgeon's sermons or some thing else equally sacred and interesting, but it is possible, of c...

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. — 6 August 1891

BUGS ON THE TRACK. They Swarm in a Quarry and Stop 1 a Locomotive. Thousands of the Insects Crushed Be neath the Iron Wheels with Re ets Resembling Ex ploding Torpedoes. theast of Brighton Corners on the Laz, .awanna railroad are extensive limestone quarries which have been in operation for many years and have penetrated deeply into the rock, says a Syracuse correspondent of the New York Tribune. Through the cut thus made and into the quarries a branch track has been laid from the Lacka wanna road for the hauling of the hewn stone. Night work being neces sary a large part of the time, an arc light has been placed high over the track of the darkest part of the cut. Several cars were loaded for shipment and left on the switch pending the observance of Memorial day. At night, in preparation for drawing the cars out, the electric light was put in and an engine with the necessary crew left the city for the quarries. What was the surprise of all hands upon reaching the scene of operations...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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