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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 11 May 1893

next few years there will be many more thriving camps added to the large list we have enumerated above. Philipsburg may now be termed one of Montana's principal towns. Its future is settled as sure as that of our peerless state. Its "camp" days are over and its permanency unquestionably as firm as a rock. From now on real estate investors, business men and others are banking on no rossibility or uncertainty but a reality. Outside of the many rich mines that dot the hills of the country surrounding the town, there are a number of manu facturing concerns, etc., which contribute in no small degree to the prosperity of the town. Those naturally follow in the procession with all busy and thriving communities, which increase in numbers as the town does in population. Among the principal of these may be mentioned the Philipsburg Iron and Machine works, an institution which pays out from $1,500 to 42,000 per month in wages alone; the Philipsburg-Granite Electric Light Co., one of the most c...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 11 May 1893

ABOUT_ MINS8 The Wonderful Fhnt Greek Mining District. I'T 8 RIH98 UNTOLD) Among Montana's Greatest of Producers. OTHER DISTRICTS IN GRANITE CO, The Boulder, Black Pine, Dunkleb rg, Rock Creek, Harvey Creek, and Other Rich Sections of Our County-A Brief Sketch of What They Pro duced and Are Likely to. In speaking of the mines in Flint Creek district it is very natural to refer to the Granite or Bi-Metallic and quote them as examples of the great industry here about, and inasmuch as they are rated the second largest producers of the white metal in the world, furnishes sufficient reason for the distinction shown them. But it is a mistaken idea among non residents of the distsict to presume that the Granite and Bi-Metallic constitute all the mining in this section, and for the information of outsiders we have enumerated below and described some other good paying mines and promising prospects, not removing th. two great mines above mentioned from the head of the list. An outline is firs...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 11 May 1893

M. H. BRYAN. JO X. BRYAN. T.C. CONGDON. BRYAN BROS. & CONGDON, Propr's. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY EVENING. Entered at the Postoflce at Philipsburg, Granite County, Montana, as Second-Class Matter for Transmimssion Through 'the Mail. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Invariably In Advance. One Year................. ..................$2 00 Six Months............................... 1 00 Three Months............................... 50 The Mail of Today. When THE MAIL first made its ap pearance in Philipsburg on the 28th day of January, 1887, its .proprietors would have felt somewhat more cheerful if they could then have felt assured that the town would at this date be able to sup port an enterprise one-half as large as the plant now is. It would seem that self commendation is here uncalled-for; our well filled advertising columns speak louder than words and show that our plan for doing business is endorsed by the live business men of Philipsburg and Granite. There is no complaint from either side or fr...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 11 May 1893

The Prosperous Town on the buuntain Side. T 18 YOUNG IN YIRR But One of the Best in the State of Montana. ITS PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE The Rapid and Substantial Advance ment of a Montana Town-How Gran *ite Started With a Few Log Cabins Several Years Ago and Is Now One of Our Largest Towns. The town of Granite is situated on the side of Granite mountain at an ele vation of about 1,700 feet above that of Philipsburg and is but about two miles distant from the latter town in an air line, though it is four miles by wagon road between the two places. The road was built by the Granite Company in the early days of the operations of that company, and is one of the best con structed mountain throughfares to be found in the country. Notwithstanding the many disagree able drawbacks and disadvantages of being so far away trom the railroad, Granite is considered to-day as being one of the very best mining camps in the state of Montana. She is not dependent upon railroads for hersupport; neither ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 11 May 1893

the hills around Granite would soon C blossom with busy humanity and many a o dollar that never sees daylight would be 1I circulated among our people. Granite is fortunate in one thing, and ii that is that her mines contain the richest I silver ore in the state, and at the same E time the ledges are very extensive. As J long as any silver mine is able to run at I a profit it can be depended upon tb~at, the mines in and around the town will con- t tinue to pour out its riches to the world. t Her mines will be the last to close their t works. The great Rumsey tunnel will prove i quite a factor in cheapening the develop ment of Granite's urincipal mines. This was started some two or three years ago, I and it will require at least another year before it is compieted. It will be about two miles long and will tap the under ground workings of the mines at a I sufficient depth to carry off most of the i water, which will not be required to be 4 pumped to the surface, as is the case at urese...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 11 May 1893

ABOUT MINKS Continued from Third Page. this district there are many other promis ing properties that will come to the front with a reasonable price for silver. The mines of Boulder district are of a better character than those of most any other section of the county, producing as they do both gold and silver insures their success. The Alps district is another similar to the Boulder, and with the Anaconda company to develop it, its success as a big producer of gold is almost assured. The placers of Rock Creek and Harvey Creek are attracting no small amount of attention, and since the gold is being more eagerly searched for on account of the decreased price of silver, it is not un hkely that Granite county will eventual ly rank among the first in the state as a producer of the yellow metal, and thus' the trouble in the silver market may prove a blessing in disguise to Granite county. Combination. In reviewing the Flint Creek district and its prosperous tributaries there is none more w...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 11 May 1893

PEERLESS MONTANA. Glowing Tribute From the Pen of an Eastern Man. James Hoyen,,of New York, who passed several months in Montana not long ago, has an interesting letter in the current issue of the New York Financial Record, a part of which is here reproduced for the benefit of our many readers: "More than one-third of the precious metals produced in the United States alone come from Montana, as also coal, iron, lime, etc., in unlimited quantities. In agriculture, Montana, produces forty bushels of wheat to the acre, 500 bushels of potatoes, 100 bushels of oats. Montana's barley is the finest in the world. Fruit, berries, etc, grow to ,perfection, being large and luscious, and yet the state is only about two years old. "Who would not be a Monntanian? The climate is unsurpassed; the sun shines 300 days in the year, and men and women grow from sickness into health as soon as they reach this hospitable abode. Horace Greely never spoke a truer word than when he gave his memorable advice ...

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. — 18 May 1893

'THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. VII. NO. 17. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY. MAY 18, 1893. PRICE, 5 CENTS. I a im l ie u WEINSTEINM'S MAY BULLETIN Special Spring Dress Goods Bargains English Cashmere, 36-inch, spring 20 vieces French Sateens, late novelties shades, former price 57%c, now reduced to 40e 20e All-wool Serge, 36-inch, worth 75c, at 15 pieces Dotted Swiss Satin Brocades, in Green a-id Heliotrope Flowers,worth 60e 60c, I offAr at All-wool Henrietta, 38-inch,latest shades, 40c others ask 90c, here at A beautiful line of Organdies, special 75e value, 30e 20 pieces French ,Henrietta, 44-incb, worth $2.25, I sell at 45 pieces Dress Lawns, 98e Special Values 10 pieces German Silk Warp Henrietta, 200 pieces latest Parisian Trimmings, in 46-inch, worth $1.50, at changeable shades, from $1.222 122c to $3 per Yd. Great Rush for Jackets and Capes We have already sold about 75 garments, but there is a good stock yet to select from. $5.50 All-wool Broadcloth Jackets at $1...

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. — 18 May 1893

HOW THEY MANAGED. "Pack your things as soon as you please, my dear," said Mr. Chesney. "We're going to move Saturday." Mr. and Mrs. Chesney were a matri monial firm-there was no question about that. Mrs. Chesney had always been a silent partner in the same. "If ever l get married," said Elma, a bright eyed girl of 17. "I won't be put upon as mamman is?" "Where, my dear?" asked Mrs. Ches ney with a little start. "Into the country," said the family autocrat. "I'm tired of this city busi ness. It costs a great deal more than it comes to. I'm told you can live at half the expense in the country." "But," gasped the wife, "what is to be come of the children's education?" "There's a very good district school in the neighborhood, not more than a mile distant." explained her husband, "and exercise. will do them good." "And what are to do for society:' "Pshaw!" said Chesney, "I would not give a r:ip for peolle who can't be soci ety for themselves. There'll be the house work to do, you know-no...

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. — 18 May 1893

IN THE POTATO FIELD. Summing Up the Seed Question-Trench System of Planting-Manures. In summing up the seed question it may be said that any perfectly sound, well matured and natural shaped potato of the size of a hen's egg and upward is saitable for seed purposes. To plant /whole seed of any available size is a waste. If early maturity is desired, medium sized potatoes cAt in halves will be found to answer all requirements. Almost without exception better results have ensued in the crop, and seed has been economized by cutting to 2-eye pieces. It is only when close planting is practical and the soil is in excellent con dition that seed may be safely cut to one eye. Again, larger cuttings than 2-eye pieces are a waste of seed, unless, as be fore stated, early maturity is desired. The trench system is the easiest meth od of planting, as the seed may be rap idly covered by horsepower. It does away with the necessity of hilling up and places the plants well down in the soil where they ...

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. — 18 May 1893

M. H. BRYAN. JO X. BRYAN. T. C. CONGDON. BRYAN BROS. & CONGDON, Propr's. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY EVENING. Entered at the P'osltoafie at I'hilipsburtl, Granite County, Montana, its ,eond-Class Matter for Trarsnlission Throlh, tlh Mail. SUBSCRIPTION. RATES Invariably In Advance. O ne Year ........... .. ..... ................. . 2 00 Six M onths ................................... 1 00 Three M onths ................................ 0 * THE ME1N * TRUE CITIZENS Will Vote For Saturday. For MIiyovr. WM. T. ALLISON. For Alldortntra- First 1Vrd, John W. Morse. For AldortnIl ;l-S'"oLondl WI ;ardl. Herman Kaiser. . .or AlUr.nmn-T1hird e 'ar.l, T. Gi. Heine. 7-. . ... ... _. ---% - --2-- 2 -. - --- . . :---- --.- They Resort to Unqualified Lies. A card will be found at the head of our local column from the next mayor of Philipsburg, Wm. T. Allison. Some un scrupulous individuals-and it is easy to guess who they are--have been circulat ing stories to injure that gentleman in his race for the...

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. — 18 May 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Powder ABSOWTELY PURE LOCAL NEWS. The work of grading Granite and San some streets is under way and will soon be completed. T. C. Congdon, of THE MAIL, went to Helena ,Tuesday morning as a repre sentative from Philipsburg lodge to the grand lodge K. of P. Our merchants who had signs across the sidewalks on Broadway are taking them down, thereby adding to the appearance of our httle city. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Jacky and children exvect to visit the world's fair and rela tives in the east shortly, leaving the 'burg about June 1. Work is about started at the Philips burg brick yard. Judging from reports a number of brick will be used this season in the 'burg. S. P. Panton, of Bozeman, special agent for the Equitable Life Insurance company, of New York, is in town in the interest of his company. Now is the season of discontent when you go from work and find your home turned upside down, going through the process of house-cleanin...

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. — 18 May 1893

CURE A new and Completeo Treatment consisting of Suppositories,Capsulee of Ointment and two Boxes of Ointment. A never-failing Cure for Piles of every nature and degree, it is also and ex aellent Remedy for ie.'.aile Weaknesses and Nervous DebiH tty a;d is always a benefit to thegeneral health. It makes an operation with the knife or injections of carbolic acid, which are painful and expensive, a:d seldom a permanent cure and sometimes reculting in death, unneces eary hereafter. Wh v r,, Re from this ter rible disease whecn we guarantee 6 boxes to cure any case Y You only hay for the benefits you receive. $1 per box, 6 for $5. Guarantees issued throll,4h our agents. ONSTIPATION 0CUREPD and PIles fUII //Ul prevented by the use of apanese iver Pe llets the great Liver and Stomach RetgulFniaor and Blood Puri fier, as they are small, nild acid pleasant to take they are especially ada ;.d for children's use. 50 Doses 25cts. (3) M. E. Doe & Co., solo agents, |Philipsburg Montana. PRl8...

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. — 18 May 1893

PECULIAlR FLOOD. Sudden Fierce Outpouring of Water Fram a Deep Ravine. SPOKANE, Wash.. May 15.--High water in Eastern Washington is causing con siderable trouble. Nearly all the small bridges on the Spokane river are washed away. A special received from Colville says: Iron' mountain, situated 10 miles south of Colville on the east side of the Spo kane and Northern railway, near Sher wood station, was the scene of one of the most peculiar 'disruptions of na ture's accumulation of forces that has ever been known in this part of the country. Whether it was a waterspout or an accumulation of water in an im mense underground reservoir will per haps always remain a mystery. An eye-witness states that at 1 o'clock in the afternoon he heard a low, rumb ling noise in the distance as of the approach of a railroad train. The direction of the noise, however, soon changed his mind as to the cause of the sound, and he located the dis turbance up a deep ravine ftat starts in the north side of a mo...

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. — 18 May 1893

?oseph A. Hyde, President, Ek C. Preysehlag, Vise President. James H. King, Cashier. Fred M. Ferrell, Assistant Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK --or- PHILIPSBURG, MONTANA. Corner Broadway and Sansonse. ABOUT TOWN. A Card. I did not sign a call for the so-called citizens convention, and did not know of it until the evening it occurred; did not know that I was nominated aldel man by that body until the after noon ot the next day. On Monday I sent notice to the only authority I could find (the town clerk) that I would not accept said nomination; and I believe that the only object of my nomination on said ticket was to prevent my name being used on it or any other ticket for the of fice of mayor. W, T. ALL.SON. Thomas Walker made a trip to Helena this week. There are thirteen prisoners in the county jail. Painters are at work finishing the new Presbyterian church. Miss Addie McKay departed for Ore gon last Sunday morning. Strawberries are in the market and are selling at three boxes for $1...

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 May 1893

1- THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. - VOL. VII. NO. 18. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY. MAY 25, 1893. PRICE, 5 CENTS. II L N m i in m I 'l l I I_ -~ 2~~.. ___ I lll _! II --- ~n-- . l"Hllllnunn Weekly Price Bulletin. Special Bargains in India and China Wash Silks and great reduction in Dress Silks. A great leader in India and China A Heavy Faille Black Silk, former Silks, 24-in., guaranteed to wash, price $1.75, now 75-cent quality, on sale for 50e Elegant line of Surahs reduced to Five pieces Pottesway Black Silk, formei ice $1.85, now 822e $1.671 Special offer in popular Silk Fabrics, Crystal Cord Bengaline, a com- A larg 3 line of plete line of new shades, sell ing price $1.50, at Silk Underwea-1 $1.223 at popular prices. Just by Express: a Beautiful Line of Silk and Satteen Waists, Something New By Express: Seventy-Five Ladies' Ready Made Suits, in Serges and all-wool suitings, with the Blouse and Eaton Waists, at prices of the actual cost of the material. A very useful dre...

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. — 25 May 1893

THE TREE OF LIFE. In his mother's sacred eyes, Lit from God's own altar place, Earth grows heaven, and gray time dies In this Infant's smiling face. From the shroud of withered years Love and hope come young again, And the heart awakened hears Songs that make the life of men. Children's lightsome laughter rings, Dull, waste places hear their tread, And the gleam of gracious wings Lights old chambers of the dead. All bright shapes of mtertery., All glad dreams of youth and love, Meet about the Christmas tree, Underneath the Mystic Dove. Time and fate are babbling words, Vain vibrations of the tongue, Since the song God's singing birds O'er the Babe of Bethlehem sung. Child of death that was to be, Child of love and life with men, Round the holy Christmas tree Make us children, too, again. Eyes that are love's deathless shrine Where our holiest prayers arise, Blest and blessing, ,lear, divine Little children's happy eyes. In your light the dark years change, From your light all foul 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. — 25 May 1893

UFE'S PILGRIM. Like those who travel eastward through the ,lay, We journey on along Life's devious wayn Behind us each a Shadow hasteneth, And suddenly ere we are quite aware, Lol at our side a presence mute is there To be our fellow to the door of Deathl Darker the path each moment grows, and then At last, the journey done, Night falls again, And with the Shadow we lie down to rest And slumber peacefully upon Earth's breast. -F. D. Sherman in Harper's Weekly. CAPTURED BICYCLE. Percy Terrell began to realize the fool ishness of his act in sallying forth all by himself. The desert stretched on every hand until it was lost in the vast distance. The grassless, treeless hills seemed to heave to and fro under the hot sun like billows-a strange, spectral landscape. The previous morning Percy had start ed out on his wheel from The Needles, a town near the California and Arizona line, intending to make the run to Bar bazon in the desert, instead of waiting to take passage on the weekly stag...

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 May 1893

M. H. BRYAN. JO X. BRYAN. T. C. CONGDON. BRYAN BROS. & CONGDON, Propr's. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY EVENING. Entered at the Postoflce at Philipsburg, Granite County, Montana, as Second-Class Matter for Transmission Through the Mail. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Invariably in Advance. One Year.............. ..............$2 00 Six Months.............................. 1 00 Three Months................................ 50 The Town Election. The voting Saturday resulted in the election of Winm. T. Allison for mayor; John W. Morse, alderman first ward; F. A. Taylor, alderman second bard, and Dr. T. G. Heine, alderman third ward. Mr. Taylor was elected from the citizens' ticket, the remainder being republicans. The election was a close one, and ex pressions were heard during the day from a number of voters to the effect that they were in a quandary who to vote for, as they were all good men and it was hard to make a choice. This was per fectly true. Philipsburg got her very best men up, and no matter...

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. — 25 May 1893

Highest of all in Leaveqing PoWer.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. i Powder ABSOITELY PURE LOCAL NEWS. MEMORIAL DAY. It Will be Observed in an Appropriate Manner-The Program. Arrangements are being perfected by the G. A. R. for the proper observance of Memorial day. The program as arranged will be an interesting one, and proper respect will be paid to those who fought and bled for their country. Following is THE PROGRAM: The several orders form at their headquarters and proceed in a body to the school grounds, where the procession will form in the following order at 1 p. m. on Tuesday, May 30th: Music. Public School. Civic Orders. Philipsburg Fire Brigade No. 1. Patriotic Order Sons of America. Grand Army of the Republic. Citizens. March to the cemetery gate with head of column; halt and open order to the head of column of G. A. R., which will march through escorting the decorating committees,' when the column will form in close order and proceed to an open space in the cemetery, where a...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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