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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 27 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 5 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 alohabetically arranged list of enterprising merchants, other business people etc., who run display advertisements in THE 1'HILIPSBURG MAIL. Do your business witl them and you will receive good treatment: Allison & Sherman, furniture and under. a kers. ('Charles A. Ande rson, lumber. i)r. W. 1i. Allen, physician and surgeon. (G. L. Atwater, dairy and creamery. A. F. and A. M., Flint ('reek Lolge. No. 11. i. H. Ilancroft, carpenter. Granite. Flrank D. Brown, real estate and insura...

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. — 27 August 1891

GOOD ENOUGH FER ME. They say I mised my callinl. I might have beea a sage If I'd a-gone ter college When twenty years of age. They say my gift wuz langwidge; Without a workin' much I might a been quite fluent In Hebrew, French an' Dutch. I own 'tis very flatt'rin', But answer 'em, "You see The langwidge Shakespeare writ in Wuz good enough fer me." I used ter read his play books When jest a little lad; Though hard ter understand, yet I liked the ring they had. Then what's the sense in learnin' The things I'd never use; For though I'm glib at talkin', I wouldn't have excuse Ter chat in Dutch er Latin Wi: It Lihu, John an' Zeke, A-settin' on the store steps, 'Cause Yankee's all they speak. There may be langwidge finer, An' them more soft an' clear: The one I courted Jane in 'S the one I like ter hear. I tell my team in English Ter "git up," "haw" and "gee," N' the langwidge Shakspeare writ in is good enough fer me. -Helen Chaffee in Detroit Free Press. What Geology Reveals. Geology rev...

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. — 27 August 1891

"OLD MONTANIAN." L. E. Paskill, Harry Groves. Agent Coons, from Rumsey, and Mill Foreman Walker, E. I. Holland and Carl Berg strand formed of party last Sunday morn ing to make a terrific onslaught on the whole feathered tribe. A special car was put on the early passenger train to haul their guns ammunition, dogs, etc., to the scene of carnage. Their idea seems to have been to go down the canyon a short distance, drop off a man, and so continue every few miles until the supply was ex hausted, and then gradually but surely close in on the unfortunate birds, kill the youngest of them and return on the eve ning train. One of the trainmen is au thority for the statement that Agent Coons innocently picked up three or four boxes of ammunition and the lunch in tended for the whole party and jumped off at the six-mile house. Another gentleman secured a couple of the guns and shut both eyes and jumped off at the nine-mile house. Paskill secured the liquid refreshments and stopped at Flint, w...

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. — 27 August 1891

CRADLE SONG. .tn the garden of Dreamland a flower ever grows, In form like a lily, in hue like a rose, With odor like jessamine sprinkled with dew. And it bourgeons and blossoms, my darling, for you. Then travel. my baby. to Dreamland. Slowly rock, cradle, to carry the baby; Steadily. readily rock, and it may be, Ere she shall know it. the baby will go, Happily smiling, to Dreamland. In the garden of Dreamland in summer is heard. Trilling there in the moonlight, a beautiful bird; And it sings. and it sings all the pleasant night throul.h. An(d :t- m.i.ic. my darline. is only for you. t r:i-1., my baby. to Dreamland. Slow::. r,,k, cral ,, to carry the baby, St. ily, r.,adily rock. :ndl it may be, l:r.- -h- -hall know it, the baby will go, J tippily smiling, to Dreamland. I' n:.rro :- l:irlinc, refreshed by her rest. W.'. "h,. ri in her hand, and the flower on -:... 1:. her mother, and frolic and S- -: : ,,the.r journey to Dreamland must ':. dear baby, to Dreamland. " . : c rad, l. c....

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 27 August 1891

THE EARTH TREMBLED A Terrific Explosion Occurs in a Paint and Bronze Factory in New York City. Of the 140 Persons in the Building at the Time Very Few Escape Uninjured. It Is Estimated That About Seventy People Perished in the Awful Catastrophe. NEW YORK, Aug. 24.-A terrific explo sion took place at Shelly's paint and bronze store at 68 Park Place. blowing out the entire front of the store. At the time the explosion occurred many of those who worked in the building were at lunch. It is estimated that more than 140 boys, girls, men and women were in the building at the time. Those who saw the catastrophe say that the earth trembled when the explosion oc curred, and that the fire was in the street in a couple of seconds. The dust from the wreck rose in such clouds that for at least three minutes nothing could be seen of what was left standing, but from the pall which hovered over the wrecked building came clouds of smoke and sheets of flame, and Yells and Shrieks of Agony. Out of the ...

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. — 27 August 1891

Citv Livervy Stable AFCH [E McINTYRE. Proprietor. rneral transfer busines, transacted. F'irt:-class single and doublle rigs. Tliephone No. 20. ,;,:'- k and white hears;'. STABLE Broadway. PHILIPSBURG GCRAND RESTAURANT o., _ , 0 ! Gramite S" irst-las. Open day and night. ho .ef" ;,ll kinds in season. . ,:i,. for ladies and families. jeK- Ae Motdini, Managser. iiSI~EE & SDD3I ,,NS, 11AK 3ERS. F -.. lBick in the District Fur -ed IPrompltly and at Reas onable Cost. Yards South of Philipsburg. (EO. W. BANCROFT, C4 NTRACTOR and BUILDER (',ntracts taken and promptly attended to for all kinds of C(arpente. work. (;. IV. BANCROFT, GRANITE, MONTANA. J. A. HASLEY, P!..ilig, Steam and Hot Water Heating -ADDRESS 215 0ak-St, Anaconda, Mont. First C1lass References Given. FRANK D. BROWN, AGENT FOR standard Fire Insurance Com panies of the World. A=.nt for Wilson's addition to the townsite of Philipsburg. 'I .AIPSBR.G. - MONTANA. D. R. McRAE & CO., DI:ALERS IN E GROCERIES,' r Pro Visi4 s, P...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 27 August 1891

Joseph A. Hyde, Pres. J. M. Merrell,VicePree. E. C. Freyschlag, Cashier. JOSEPH A. HYDE Banking Co., (INCORPORATED) PHILIPSBURG, MONTANA. Corner Broadway and Sansome. ABOUT TOWN. The sidewalk to the depot is still in statu quo. Don't forget the Miner's Union picnic to Missoula, Sunday. Chas. E. Miller went to Butte Wednes day morning on business. Joseph A. Hyde went to Butte Mon day to testify in the Davis will case. The family of H. Milot returned here last Sunday, after an absence of over one year. John W. Opp and Wmn. Weinstein went to Helena Tuesday morning on important business. BoRa-To the wife of Charles Leav ens, at Philipsburg, Mont., Saturday, August 22, a 15-pound boy. A. M. Barnes, of Kirkville, left yester day for a few weeks sojourn in the Flat head country and Great Falls. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Fox came over from Butte Tuesday, and are the guests at the house of Benjamin Pizer. G. A. Kornberg, U. S. deputy mineral surveyor, came in Monday, and did some surveying for the ...

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. — 3 September 1891

Pa THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. V. NO. 32. PHILIPSBURG, DEER LODGE COUNTY, MONTANA: THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 3, 1891. PRICE, 10 CENTS WE I S TE I ' S --0 Our tire c,:,-inuent of Fa!l and Winter Wraps have arrived, by express, and others will fol Sin rap:id tce.tssin direct from New York Manufacturers, and a cordial invitation is extended the Ladii' of Philisbhurg andi vicinity to call and inspect our stock whether you wish to pur I: liJ". cl,'ipri-es everything that is New and Stylish in Jackets, Reefers, Palitots, Capes, :, f". ,... adI we gnarantee. the price 25 per cent. lower than the same garments can be bought Hid hI 21 41G ..~- I'· ýi - i X 1 1 ! ,! ;-r . ." ý )%.'i ]l o ' . .ý . i t. ý . , ? " ý ' . 1 " . . k il : l .. . ic - I ! ., . _ . ? t vvr -~~7 ·- FA" 0-1 I N I.3 7~ 1. . ..a 1.... "' 1 1 . AI - _ A MC AI art' t;: iV~u l "' 1 . *1 !'*t2. IC i rFIURNITUR5E ,: r; , •a1p~les, Pictrdreg , tMi'?ii Etcg, ...'::;;;;: .. " ...Loawer lroa(lway THOMAS S. SMITH, Wholesale and Retail Dea...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 3 September 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: o )e ear, ini advance..................... ; 00 Paid at expiration of year................ 4 00 Six months, in ldrance ................. 2 00 Threvc month ........................... 1 2.5 Entered at the postoffice at Philipsburg, Deer Lodge caunty, 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 THE l'HILIPrsBUn. MArL. Do your business with them and you will receive good treatment: Allison & Sherman. furniture and under takers-. ('harles A. Anderson, lumber. Dr. W. II. Allen, physician and surgeon. G;. L. At water, dairy and creamery. .A. F. and A. M., Flint Creek Lodge. No. 11. G. H. Bancroft, carpenter, Granite. Frank i). Brown, real estate and insuran...

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

NOT IN VAIN. Isometimes think, belov'd, if you could know Just what you are to me, how all my life hag changed Since first I saw your face: how it has wider grown. And risen to new heights: then might you dimly see Some reason that should set you thus apart. You know you are to me as saint is unto shrine; You cannot, standing far above me there, so near to heaven, And v~bcdding light around-you cannot see what les.-ons you have taught, L.ow high ideals may be loftier grown, ceasing to be Ilere visions: Nay, may change, and with the change may beautify all life. I know that I shall never stand beside you there. 1 am not worthy to come nigh to you. may not to.:w'h your life. Nearer and dearer ones pI;ra- closely round. 'There is no room for me. Yet, as the furthest planet in its distant path e boys the mighty law which bids that he must still revolve !round th,,u eorat. source of heat, And yet ftrecver in far outward space must turn or all hi, e;armth and light to the same sun. v-en a...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 3 September 1891

GRANITE GLEANINGS. Several hundred people boarded the excursion train last Sunday morning for Missoula. The miners of Granite did not turn out as well as it was supposed they would. and the probable cause of it was the tedious and dusty ride down from Granite. Many walked down the trail. preferring to do that than to take chances on their lives in riding down in the ov rloaded hacks. There were six passenger coaches and amlle room for all. The trip to Missoula was devoid of excitement, and but for a forty minutes wait at Drummord would have been very pleasant. Upon arriving at Missoula at about 11:30 the excursion ists were met at the depot by the Fort Missoula band and the various labor unions of the city. Senator Matts delivered a speech of \\wel):ne to the visitors, ofTering them on behIlf of the people of Missoula, the freedomtl of the city. The senator was particularly happy in his remarks and created a goond impression on his hearers. Cheers were given for Granmte and )1issoul...

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. — 3 September 1891

FARMING IN FOREIGN LANDS. c;,-(RIN to present inlications the .'~e crop of Brazil for 1591- . wil .. at the minimum, 4.300,000 to 5,000, • hags. tai: cultivati,on of tobacco in British . rth Bh,,rn ,e is rapidly increasing. .. utput for last ycur was a million S:. half p unds. :! oxplrt-' ,f flaxseed from \Arren -'"t ."''r !lotu) o "0.000I) t.ns nl" arPnnum. it toin- (;reat :tita;iin and pe . r rent. tot the I nited States. 'i: !il; . Italy. "2.' U000 acres of i':: ,' wilth .iatert from the - r- . ;: vielin- .~~om s ' ,O fr'om ' bte r.o r mIl',e 1:.olows S,'.' -e,, :'lwrau tht' eI'nnjalb. ... ; ..... a: cr. : i_.an five (HiS GR.;..DJ REPUBLIC. S'i 're has, ten no S c:'; . ic ainm' postage :: diifft rnee of only twenty S.ni!t, )hetween the areas of .. anal itw a. tilt.? 'l arnets and nearly all the - found ii the I nited St:'., are .;,I from unt hills: and ,-corpion -in New TMexico and Arizona. ,,:1 is larger than the empire of ; e. Texas i.s larger than the wllhole 'ia rn empire by ...

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

A DET'ISIVE BATTLE. Insurgents Defeat Balmaceda's Forces After a Hard Fight-Great Loss on Both Sides. The City of Valparaiso Now in the Hand- of the Constitutional Party. The News Confirmed from Various Sources-Balmaceda Said to Be a Fugitive. WASHINGTON, Aug. 31.-Acting Secre tary Wharton, of the state department, has received the following c:ablegram from United States Consul McCreary, at Valparaiso: "VALPARAIso, Aug. 2S.-Battle fought near city this morning. Government forces badly beaten. Heavy loss both sides. City surrendered to opposition, but in hands of admirals of American, German, French and English fleets for good order. No communication with Santiago. Opposition forces now enter i g the city." VALPARAISO CAPTURED. Congressional Envoys at WVashington Notified of Balmaceda's Defeat. WASHINGTON, Aug. 31.-The following cablegram was received by the Con gressional envoys here during the even ing: "IQUIQUE, Aug. 28.--Moutt, Washing top:-Balmaceda defeated for the second tihle...

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. — 3 September 1891

Citv Livery Stab1 A-' 'HIE i FI -INTYPRE. Prorrietor. - teral transfer busineu ~ trtn·sc!--l . r ..rf-c!ass inglF" and double rig-. "r.,sphonP N1,. "2). .:k and - i.it w are-. STABLE Broadwav. PHILIPSBURC GRAND RESTAURAN' :p ;.- C a v. Gran te v- ir~i-c·lass. ()Open dlay and night "inue ,,r all kinds in season. inin room , for ladies and families Geoa'0e lodini, Maiailaer. m;[IEE & SIMMN S, BRICK t -i brick in the District Fur -.ed IPrompltly and at Reas onable Cost. Yards South of Philipshurg. (LEO. W. BANCROFT, (' ONTRACTOR and BUILDIER ,:tracts taken and promptly attended :, for all kinds of Carpenter work. G(;. . BANCROFT, ( 11ANITE, MONTANA. - - " J. A. HIASLEY. P}i h1ing, Steam and Hot Water Heating .\DDREsS .21=) Oak-St. Anaconda. Mont. First C'lass lRheferenerle (Giveen. FRANK D. BROWN, AGENT FOR rtandard Fire Insurance Conl panies of the World. '_ .i fr Wilson's addition to the town., ite of Philips!,lurg. . LIsP.IR(. - ~[IONTANA. D. R. McRAE & CO., GROCERIES, 1 ''i...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 3 September 1891

Joseph A. Hyde, Pres. J. M. Merrell,VicePres. E. C. Freyschlag, Cashier. JOSEPH A. HYDE Banking Co., (INCORPORATED) PHILIPSBURG, MONTANA. Corner Broadway and Sansome. ABOUT TOWN. It is now Superintendent Dearborn. Harry P. Clark. of Granite, was in town yesterday. The Midnight mine is shipping about a carload of ore a day. The old plug usually kicks up as much dust as the 2:30 trotter. A. E. Barton. the insurance man. has been at Black Pine for a few days this week. The horse thieves. both legal and ille tal. are liyinxi cry hi:- for, the past i(, st i ' -., th: 51ý , 'ý [ir-.:; , ils+ i" c : '. :'" .ve 1 (Lit 3.P1:.. 1 0 b mimarried to -i DsBssie i,l,e::it tbhe \ averly hotel. Minnieapt lis. Od ) ep mer th, and wri'-es itai he woald be ipartalarly pleased ,to have all Pi lin-buren presen Mr. and Mrs. L,'d no '-xpeo t t( arrive in ihlipsburg ab utthe \iehth. iLast tLsf'y :hornin] A,:]iile the iod j: p ip ( . .: :aln e hon.- i. 'hn im l:nes , e tL ir `i.-t comin. th e , ., t , take ,...

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. — 10 September 1891

B Pages THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. 8 Pages VOL. V. NO. 33. PHRLPSBUR, DEER LODGE COUNTY, MONANA: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1891. PRICE, 10 CENTS. 6RAND OPKNING ATWKIN8ThIN'8 Of the Fall Stock at prices that must sell themselves, and that must be conceded by everybody from the vollumn of business, and increasing every day. Space only permits me to name prices of a few of the Fall Novelties: Hlare ýu seen the scolloped, fancy-border 54-inch best Broadcloth at $1.25 per yard. ,kercrhief for 10c a piece? 4 The finest lineof the Frederick Arnold Greig F,,r r-.juarter Danforth Cloths, all wool, at Uenriettas at L.00 per yard. S:.stonishingly low prices. English Serges, all wool, double width, at 1 , rcoh atl English Cheviots and Plaids, 4 50 cents per yard. i - Hair. all popular and new im- 4 52-inch Veloin French Fabric, late novelty, I .T ' J F. .A $1.00 per yard. J I have just received by express a few Paris novelty combinations for Fall Dresses. I also expect shortly something entirely new i...

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. — 10 September 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.................... : 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 Tn~ PILIPSBURno 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. (;. 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. ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 10 September 1891

THE MIRACLE OF CANA. The waterpots were filled at God's behest; Yet in the marriage wine no grape waspresedl No tired feet the weary wine press trod To make this sacred vintage of our God! As nature doth proclaim a power divine, Each drop of moisture turned itself to wine. In spite of arguments in Jesus met, The world is full of doubting skeptics yet. Believing naught but they themselves have seen, They doubt this miracle of Palestine; They find the Holy Bible filled with laws, And pin their doubting faith to nature's laws. Ye scofers of our sacred Lord, pray tell Who tinted first the water in the well? Who painted atmospheric moisture blue? And gave the ocean waves their constant haue Whose moisture raised in clouds all cologlack The fleecy ones so white, the storm king black. Save where the evening sun's bright rays in. cline To tarn this fleecy moisture into wine. And lay a benediction on them all :ike purple grapes hung on a golden wall? 'Twas thus our Lord a sacred radiance she...

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. — 10 September 1891

GRANITE GLEANINGS. HIS HEAD BLOWN OFF. HORRIBLE ACCIDENT IN THE GRANITE MINE. Hugh Hanretty Instantly Killed and Dan McDonald Seriously Injur ed by a Blast. Yesterday at about 3 o'clock in the afternoon, on No. 6 level in the Granite mine. Hugh Hanretty and Dan McDon aid. two miners, had just about com pleted their day's labor and had loaded the holes in the face of the drift in which they were working. Hanretty was in the act of spitting the fuse. with MeDonald standing about ten feet behind him. when, without any warning, one of the charges exploded, and IHanretty's head was almost com pletely torn from his body, and he was of course instantly killed. McDonald was hit in the face with a lot of tine granite, knocked down and horribly bruised, but is yet alive, al though it is yet hard for the doctors to determine the extent of his injuries; but hopes are entertained of his final recov ery. The cause of the accident isa mystery, and what little is known about it has been told by McD...

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. — 10 September 1891

ABOUT TO IN. --- -- -- - The Combination company shipped 17 -!hrs of bullion yesterday. J,,n P. Reins. cf Butte, came to town ves'erday to look after his many interests : : is section. \.. Weinste'n has an attractive ,age in his .ad. on the first page of THE .M ,n this wveek. i . F. ). ram, formerly the Episco Snister at this place, is now located ':l..,t , Illinois. Ws. Wilkinson and L. J. Hendrik . , t Nw Chicago, spent a day or two .. :;e past week. I). Brown, the insurance and a: .. nt. has a change of ad in r i Tl:E MAIL.. hii .t there are about eighty S,-i by the electric power com !'nt Creek falls. m;eeting of tlh Ladies' band ! ,.i at the home of Mrs. Wm. ~!. i'riday afternoon, September , :, iers are desired to be pres S('nningham returned a few ag , from his sad visit to Ohio. ati di..: ed before his arrival, but -- :"-ains were not buried until Adam \;lnday evening. September 21st, the !;li.s and honorary members of the band i]l meet with the Campbell Brothers in Parker's...

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