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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 25 May 1893

JAPANESI9b CURE A new and Complete Treatment, consisting of Suppositories Ointment in Capsules and Two Boxes of Ointment, a lositive Curefor External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding Itching, Chronic, Recent or Hereditary Piles, Female Weak 'messes and many other diseases; it is always a great benefit to the general health. The firstdis. *covery of a medical cure rendering an operation with the knife unnecessary hereafter. This Remedy has never been known to fail. $1 per box! 6 for $5; sent by mail. by snfer from this terrible disease when a vwritten guarantee is pos. itively given with 6 boxes, to ref and the money if noteured. Send stamp for free sample. Guar antee issued by our Agents. Most of the above Disemases are caused by a clogged condition of the system and impure blood, caused by CONSTIPATION and Torpid Liver which is promptly egualated by JAPANESE LIVER PELLETS, l doses 250. (1) M. E. I)oe & Co., sole agents, [Philipsburg Montana. PRKSGRIPTION 1589, A wonderful compound ...

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. — 25 May 1893

FLOOD AT SPOKANE. , Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars Damage Done. SPOKANE, Wash., May 22.-The floods through Northern Idaho and the west ern part of this state have reached the highest point known to the oldest resi dents and the damage done already amounts to many hundreds of thou sands of dollars. Several of the largest railway bridges on the Union Pacific, Northern Pacific and Great Northern have been washed out. Many of the finest farms in this section of the coun try are flooded and the crops entirely destroyed. Many families are camping on the hills, having lost nearly every thing they possess. Great fears are en tertained for the safety of the mills and houses along the banks of the river in this city, for if the water continues to rise for the next three days as it has for the three past, several million dollars' worth of property will be destroyed. The water was never so high in Spokane river, and all times of the day and night houses, barns and haystacks can be seen going ...

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. — 25 May 1893

Joseph Al Riyde, President, E.C. Freyschlag, Vict President. James I. King, Cashier. Fred M. Ferrell, Assistant Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK PHILIPSBURG, MONTANA. Corner Broadway and Sanson.e. ABOUT TOWN, J. C. McLeod started cast last Sunday morning. The new Presbyterian church will be dedicated on June 18th. Henry Noble has gone to Salmon, City, Idaho, where he expects to locate. D. H. Mellen, justice of the peace at Stone Station, was in town Monday. Ed. H. Moore departed for Arizona last week in search of a business location. F. H. Bird, of the Combination com pany, was a visitor in Philipsburg Tues day. C. E Space has one of hij cottages nearly completed and the construction cf another is under way. Miss Alice Milot was confined to her bed last week with a touch of the grip. She is much improved now. Born---- In asmark, near Philipsburg, Montana, May 21, 1893, to the wire of Joseph Perkins, a daughter. Services will be held at the Episcopal church next Sunday morning at 11 o'cl...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 1 June 1893

E THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. E VOL. VII. NO. 19. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY. JUNE 1, 1893. . PRICE, 5 CENTS. WEINSTEIM'S Weekly Price Bulletin. Special Bargains in India and China Wash Silks and great reduction in Dress Silks. A great loader in India and China A Heavy Faille Black Silk, former Silks, 24-m., 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, former price $1.85, now 822e 82.e $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 Underw ea- $1.224 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 dress for traveling to the World's Fair. I have also just r...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 1 June 1893

ITrS VERA ViEEL. It's vaer weel, throughoout the day, When ta'en up wi' wark or play, To think a man can live alway, Wi'oot a wifey. But it's anither thing at night, To sit alone by can'lo light, Or gang till rest when sarp winds bite, Wi'oot a wifey. It's vera weel when clans are new, To think they'll always last just so, And look as well as they do noo, Wi'oot a wifey. But when the holes begin to show, The stitches rip, the buttons go, What in the warl's a mon to do Wi'oot a wifey? It's vera weel when skies are clear, When frien's are true and lassies dear, To think ye'll gang through life, nae fear, Wi'oot a wifey. But clouds will come the skies athwart; Lassies will marry; frien's maun part. What then can cheer your saddened heart? A dear wee wifey. It's vera weel when young and hale, But when ye're auld and crazed and frail, And your blythe spirits 'gin to fail, Ye'll want a wifoey. But maylap then the lassies dear Will treat your offers wi' a sneer Because ye'ro cranky, gray a...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 1 June 1893

b THE WINDMILL. a Work Accomplished with Windpower by Western Farmers. A western farmer in a letter to Coun try Gentleman urges the importance of a windmills for all kinds of work where e only a moderate power is required. He writes as follows on the subject: t About five years ago I was in the t northeastern part of Iowa, and it was there that I first saw windpower used to r a complete success. The majority of the farmers of that part of the state used windpower for grinding their grain and cutting feed of all kinds, and those who had timber on their places used the power for the purpose of cutting their firewood. I will speak of one place in particular, for it is of this one that I am best ac quainted with the workings of the ma chinery. The farm consists of over 300 acres, and as all of the grain raised on the place is fed out to stock, and in the cut or ground state, it takes a moderate ly large power to accomplish the grind- 1 ing of it. The wheel that furnishes the power is 16...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 1 June 1893

M. H. BRYAN. JO X. BRYAN. T. C. CONGDON. BRYAN BROS. & CONGDON, Propr's. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY EVENING. Entered at the Postoffice at Philipsburq, Granite Coucnty, Montana, as Second-Class Matter for Transmission Through the Mail. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year .....................................$3 00 Six M onths................................. 1 50 Three Months.............................. 75 IF PAID STRICTLY IN ADVANCE: One Year...................... .............$2 00 Six Months................................. 1 00 Three Months............................... 50 Wanted--a Western Boycott. The exchange accounts of Denver's banks alone in New York will average $7,000,000 to $8,000,000, says the Denver News. There is probably never less than from $15,000,000 to 820,000,000 of the money of Colorado banks on deposit in New York city. The west and south combined-that is, the silver states have from $250,000,000 to 8300,000,000 to the credit of their exchange accounts. Wall street ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 1 June 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. R Powder ABSOITELY PURE LOCAL NEWS, MINERS' UNION DAY. To Be Celebrated in Due Form by the Black Pine Union. The Black Pine Miners' Union will celebrate Miners' Union day at the pic. nic grounds at that place in first-class style. They have arranged a program that is a credit to the town, and that every detail will be carried out with e view to the best entertainment of those who attend goes without question. All that is now required is to have a nice day on June 13, and the union will take care of the rest. The day's festivities will commence with a double-handed drilling contest 7% steel, any hammer desired to be used; down hole, go-as-you-please. Three teams to drill before two prizes are given. First prize, $50, second prize, $25. Entry fee $5. 100-yard foot race, for a prize of $10. .Entry fee 50 cents. 75-yard sack race, for boys under the age of 15 years. Prize $5. Tug-'o-war-between each shift. Prize $20. Throwing...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 1 June 1893

JAPAINESE_ CURE A new and Complete T.reatinent, consisting of Supposituries, Ointment Capsules and Two :Boxes of Ointment,a PI',,ive Curoe for External, Internal, Blind or liedii ,: Itching, Chronic, Recent or Hereditary lit .e, 'emnxale Weak nesses and many ott er diseases; it is always a great benefit to the gene e,:, health. The firstdis overy of a medical c r. rendering an operation with the knife unum ::-:,ry hereafter. This Bemedy has never be kn."rnvw to fail. $1 per boxt6 for $5; sent by 'i y unf ier from thin terrible disease when Sa :.:len guarantee is pos itively given with 6 box,", to refund the money if not cured. Send stami, fnr free sample. Guar antee issued by our Ag- i Most of the above E a"S ;* es'5 are caused by a icogged condition of 1, .'!.temn and impure bood, caused by PflFk 'i 'iT IfON and Torpid Liver which is .., promptly 'regulated by JAPANE"C LIVER PELLETS, Wdoses 25c. (1) M. E. Doe & Co., sole agents, [Philipsburg Montana. PRRSGRIPTION 195Y, A wonder...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 1 June 1893

REORGANIZING CORDAGE. Proposition For a Bond Issue of Six Millions. NEW YORK, May 29,-The Times says: Wall street talk of the National Cordage company's reorganization plan now has it that the issue,of bonds to meet the claims of the banks and pay off other obl.gations will ,be for $6,000,. 000. Earlier reports made it $4,000,000 or $5,000,000 With the larger amount, it argued, the company might start in again without a stock assessment, although it might be found wise to scale down the capi talization. The banks concerned are said to be satisfied with the plan. There is a general belief in the street that efforts will be made to guard against rate-cutting in the future. The receivers, in fact, have met some of the principal outside manufacturers with a view to maintaining prices. PRESIDENTIAL APPOINTMENTS. Consuls to Ottawa and Montreal Among the Batch. WASHINGTON, May 29. -The president has made the following appointments: Wendell A. Anderson, of Wisconsin, consul general of the U...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 1 June 1893

Joseph A. Hyde, President, E. C. Freyschlag, Vice President. James H. King, Cashier. Fred M. Ferrell, Assistant Cashier. FIRST NATIONAL BANK PHIILPSBURG, MONTANA. Corner Broadway and Sansonme. ABOUT TOWN. Miss Bielenberg, of Deer Lodge, spent Sunday with Mrs. C. N. Childs. A special meeting of the Ladies' Guild will be held at Mrs. Wm. Ray's, Friday, June 2, 1893, at 2:30 p. m. The Northern Pacific has issued an other handsome world's fair folder, printed in four languages. Will Loring, the Western Union tele graph operator, has been laid up for a week with the prevailing complaint- grip. Leonard Lauer departed for the home of his parents at Leedston, Minnesota, yesterday. From there he will go to the world's fair. James Patten and M. E. Doe drove out to Silver lake last Sunday. They say the road is not in very good condition in that direction. The regular monthly meeting of the Ladies' Guild will be held at the resi dence of Mrs. Wm. Ray Tuesday, June t, 1893, at 2:30 p. m. James G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 8 June 1893

% HE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. VII. NO. 20. PHIIJPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, IONTANA, THURSDAY. JUNE 8, 1893. PRICE, 5 CENTS. ... . .-·----1 --- --n- ._ --- r- . l. l"''C WEINSTE IN'S Thirty-Day Speoial Sale of DRESS GOODS Owing to the late spring and in order to reduce my colossalspring stock of summer goods I will for the next thirty days make the following reductions: 100pieces wash Gingham reduced to elegant line of Double Fold Worsteds in the latest weaves, worth 12C per yard. 40c, on sale at 25 pieces Wool-Ohllies reduced t 25c e6e per yard. A beautiful line lace strie Cheiots Have you seen our popular line of mbeautiful line lace stripe Cheiots ready-made dresses? In all wool Ladies' Cloth and English 12 e0 per yard. Serges at the low price of 27 pieces Oriental Cords; something 88.50, $9.50, $11 new; worth 15c I offer at Just what costs here for the making IC Call early for they are selling fast Now Is Your Chance to Buy Jackets or Capes at 20 Per Cent, Reduction I am Bound to Redu...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 8 June 1893

Women Will Vote as usual at the next school election but for many candidates. They give a unanimous vote-every day m the week-in favo' of K IRK'S WHITE RUSSIAN SOAP because they know it has no equal as a labor and temper saver on wash-day. The "White Russian" is a great soap to use in hard or alkali water. Does not roughen or injure the hands--is per fectly safe to use on the finest fabrics. JAS. S. KIRK & CO., Chicago. Dusky Diamond Tar Soap. Ma,.,. tsonf CARTIER & D'CELLES Wholesale and Retail BUTCHERS PI-ILTPSBTURG AND GRANITE JAS. TWIFORD The Helena Manufacturer of HYDRAULIC HOSE Tents, Awnings, Wagon Covers, Tarpaulins and Ore Sacks BARRET & JACKY BROS,, Agents lPhilipslburg and Granite ---TS3ý ORTHERN PAIlFIC R.R. Is the only lino running THROUGHPULLM N CARS -1-' twCon- CHICAGO, ST, PAUL, 'IINNEAPOLIS North Pacific Coast Points, THE. DINING CAR LINEN, Dining Cars on All Through Trains. THE YELLOWSTONE PARK LINE This marvelous ttonderlaud reached only by this line. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 8 June 1893

SELF HIVERS. MWhat Beekeepers Say About Making Bees Htue Themselves. Thbe self hiver question has been thor eugbhy discussed, and it is generally con cededthat it is:practicable to make bees hive themselves. E. A. Root of Me dina,,O., explained in brief, in a paper readlbefore a beekeepers'. association, the more important points in self hiving. He said that the principle of the self hiver is to catch the queen in a trap at the entrance of the hive, she following a tube of wire cloth or perforated' zinc un til she finds herself in a new hive ad joining the .old one or placed above it. The bees not finding the queen with them return to the old location. Some of the bees find the old queen in the new hive and join her thus, hiving them selves. The trouble seems to be that too many bees return to the old hive. About a year ago Mr. E. S. Pratt of Marlboro, Mass, proposed to set the new hive in front of the old one and compel the bees, as they passed to and from the hive at work, to pass...

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 June 1893

M. H. BRYAN. JO X. BRYAN. T. C. CONGDON. BRYAN BROS. & CONGDON, Propr's. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY EVENING. Entered at the Postofflee at Philip.dbnri, Granite County,Montan, Montana, s Second-Class Malter for Transmission Through thi' Malil. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year .......... ... .... ........$3 00 Six Months......................... 1 50 Three Months ................. ... ..... 75 IF 'I) S'IIICTLY IN .A1VNCE: O ne Year .......0...... ............. .2 Six N onths ...................... ... ...... 1 '0) Throe M onths.. ...... . ................ -o The ('hineý' htsetion. It will take rLonw' time for the full ef fects of the UGcary law, requiring the Chinese to register before May 5, to be come felt. The supreme court decision declaring the law constitutional has caused some excitement and not a little speculation regarding the attitude of the Chinese government, but the chances are that the Chinese will register; that our government will, as it should, give them time to do this, ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 8 June 1893

Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Powder ABSO.TELY PURE * The Kiriness. Although the Kirmess, now in pro gress, is for the benefit of the church, it is predicted that society in general will be benefited by the daily rehearsals this novel entertainment necessitates by the 90 people directly interested, and which brings together, in a social way, a good portion of the pleasure lovers of the town, thereby for a few weeks, at least, breaking the depressing monotony of the daily and weekly routine. This sim ple, yet enjoyable, diversity is welcomed by both children and adults, but more especially by the young men, who when they have finished their day's work, naturally desire a pleasant place to oc casionally spend an evening, and it is due to a deplorable lack of sociability on the part of the people who have comfortable homes in which to entertain that. satan's reception halls-commonly known as saloons-made to look so bright and inviting with seductive stra...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 8 June 1893

5- JAPANES1 CURE Anew an Comleto Treatment consisting of ppostries,Capsules of Ointment and two Boxes of Ointment. A never-failing Cure for Piles of every nature an d degree, it is also and ex -ellent Remedy for telnumie Weakneases ead Nervous Debil iti and is always a benefit tothegenerad health. It, makes an operation with the knife orinjeetions of carbolic acid, which are 'painful and expensive, arid seldom a permanent core and sometimes resulriig in death unneces eary hereafter. Why suler f from this ter rible disease when we guarantee 6 boxes to Qure any ia'se ? You only pay for the benefits you receive. $1 per box, 6 for $5. guarantees issued through our agents. OflNMTIDATIfN G URE and Piles U IIO/ 1prevented by the use of apanese Liver Pellets the great Liver and Stomach Regulat or and Blood Purl 1=er, as thej are small, mild an:d pleasant to take they are especially adapt:ed for children's use. 00 Doses 25cts. (3) M. E. Doe & Co., sole agents, [Philipsburg Montana. PR18 ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 8 June 1893

THE MARCH RESOLUTION. Minnesota Railroad Commissioners Will Not Act Under I. ST. -PAUL, June' 5.- Senatcr s:rch's resolution, passed by the atate legiila ture, calling upon and conferring power upon the railroad and warehouse com mission for a general revision .of. the freight rates chargd by the Minnesota railroads, has not been followed, and will not be heeded by the commission. The reason for this is that.the com mission has consulted with the attorney general of the state, who expresses the 'opinion that the resolution would not hold water if the railroad companies should test it in the courts, as they un doubtedly would should the commission indulge in any general and galling re duction of freight tariffs. The original warehouse and railroad law of 1887 gives the commission the authority to investigate complaints of unreasonable freight and passenger rates, and order them changed if the complaints are found to ,be well founded, but the attorney general is of the opinion that th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 8 June 1893

oseeph A. Hyde, President, E.C. Freyshlag, Viee President. James, H. King, Cashier. Fred M. Ferrell, Assistant Cashier. FIRST NATIONBAL BANK PHIILIPSBURG, MONTANA. Corner Broadway and Sansome. ABOUT TOWN. E. C. Freyschlag was a visitor in Butte Monday. C. H. Eshbaugh went to Helena on Tuesday's train. Howard Wentworth has begun the erection of a cottage on Granite stre t, between California and Sansome. The brick work on Boyd Bros.' new building on Broadway has been finished, and the carpenters are now at work. High mass will be held next Sunday morning at 10:30 in the Philipsburg Catholic church, Rev. A. H. Lumbaere officiating. Harry Featherman and Charles Burt, of New Chicago, came to Philipsburg Monday to transact some business with the Granite county commissioners. Eugene Farnham, stenographer for the McCormick Harvester company, TVIinneapolis, en route to the coast, stopped over at Philipsburg Friday to view the sights. Miss Alice McAndrews, formerly of Philipsburg, is now emp...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 15 June 1893

E; THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL.- E VOL. VII. NO. 21. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, M. TANA, THURSDAY. JUNE 15, 1893. PRICE, 5 CENTS. WEIMSTEIM'S 5 Thirty-Day Special Sale of DRESS GOODSb Owing to the late spring and in order to reducemy colossalspring L stock of summer goods I will for the next thirty days make the following reductions: a 100 pieces wash Gingham reduced to elegant line of Double Fold Worsteds 0 in the latest weaves, worth 12C per yard. 40c, on sale at 25 pieces Wool Challies reduced to 25ec 664 per yard. Have you seen our popular line of t A beautiful line lace stripe Cheyiots ready-made dresses? In all wool o marked dcwn to Ladies' Cloth and English 12e per1,ad. Serges at the low price of 27 pieces Oriental Cords; something 88.50, $9.50, $11 I new; worth 15c I offer at Just what costs here for the making 7c Call early for they are selling fast Now Is Your Chance to Buy Jackets or Capes at 20 Per C~nt, Redtuction I am Bound to Reduce My Stock of Summer Goods. I MAIL ORDERS ...

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