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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 19 April 1894

WEINSTEIN TIHECASH SYSTEM, Our Stylge o Doing FBusi ness, Is Endorsed By All.. WE LbIKlE Tf LANIE To come to our store, wheth er they: come to buy or not, We always try to have some thlng new to interest and at tract them. We realize tbha Ladigs Like Bargains And so we always manage to have something, in all our apartments at especially low prices. This week we'"are having a great run on 'sm mer dress goods and hosiery. Are You Rich Enough to Be Poorly Dressed ? Clothes may not make a man but they help to make an other man's impression of him. As a matter of busi ness-leaving personal pride out of the question--don't you think it would pay you to invest in our $12.50 btisi ness suit? Fashion, Fabric, Fit and Finish All have to be considered when buying Clothing. Our store is not over-stocked with cheap or shelf-worn goods that must be sold' at any price. We buy and sell for cash and our stock is turned so frequently that it is always fresh and of the latest styles. IN GROCERIES OUR ...

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. — 26 April 1894

. PHILIPSOY, AURG MAILP 2, 89. PRCE, 5 CNT VOL. VIII. NO. 13. PHILJPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY. APRIL 26, 1894. PRICE, 5 CENTS. BOARD OF ALDERRMEN. A Regular Meeting Held Last Thurs day Evening. A regular meeting of the board of al dermen was held last Thursday' night. Present, Mayor Allison and Aldermen Taylor, Ringeling, Morse and Bryan. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved.' A petition of property owners for building a sidewalk on the east side of Pine street, between South and Alpha, was read and referred to the street and alley committee. A communication and bill from Rod gers & Rodgers was read and referred to the finance committee. The street and alley committee re ported favorably on the p etitlon for side walk and it was ordered laid. Are now showing their full range of latest and most fashionable SDry Goods, Clothing and Gents' Furnishings. i~e Have the, Largest and Best Stock in Granite, and Prices are Right. " Snow, Mud and Slush! Keep...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 26 April 1894

The Merchants and Miners NATIONAL BANK Capital Full Paid, $50,000 Surplus and Profits, $2,500 A. A. Ml'DONALD. President FR iNK J. WILSON, Vice President C. H. ESHBAUGH, Cashier C. E. HYMER, Assistant Cashier (Established January, 1887.) D)es nated as~n the OYfielol Papeo 1n vhlic'h All Leg-al Publlcations for Granite County nMust Be Pub. lishod. M.H. BRYAN. JOX. BRYAN. T.C. CONGDON BRYAN BROS. & CONGDON, Propr's. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY EVENING, Entered at the PostoOlce at Philipsburg, Granite Countly, Montana, as Second-Clase 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 THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1894. ClThat Sivlver hltjurn. That silver churn story concerning 1...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 26 April 1894

NO TRAIN FOR KELLY The Industrial Leader Refused to Use Stolen Property. HIS ARMY WILL WALK O'lnclil Bluffs and Omaha Implored Its Removal by "hail-Armies Moving Slowly Toward Washington. OMA.A, April 20.-Unless the unex pected happens, Kelly's army will start on foot for the east ini the morning. Council Bluffs has been hysterically ex cited all day. At 9 o'clock a procession was formed to march to Kelly's camp, which numbered 6,000 before it arrived at its destination. Demandson railroad. officials for trains were made on the way, but the reply was that the orders of the company forbid it. Propositions to carry the army to Kansas City were refuted. In the meantime all the empty boxcars had been remeved by the rail roads. Kelly came to town and had a long interview with Governor Jackson, who could offer transportation to Kansas City only. Kelly expressed himself to the governor as not blaming him for the detention caused by the railways, but said he and his men came here as citi ze...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 26 April 1894

TO SAVE HIS SISTE Benton Wilson Killed His Brother in-Law With a Club. l)RAMATIC COURT SCENE .Intdge CIag-lItt'H StorIy ol' IhIi 'T'ra:lctedy lit the 'olreNt. Nearl CIatterloy WIhr' ,.OIInlnH)ii Wlas I llh'l. SroIKANe, April 21.--enton Wilson has confessed that he killed his brother in-law, N. W. Johnson, and entered a plea of self-defense. .Judge Moore yesterday morning over ruled the motion of the defendants for a new trial and like a thunderbolt from a clear sky came Judge Clagget's story of the crime with the theory of the de fense and an outline of the evidence In tended to substantiate it. N. W. Johnson having been separated from his wife for some time, one day appeared in Chatteroy, bent on making a visit to the Wilson home. Old man Wilson met Johnson at the Spokane & Northern depot in Chatteroy and John son told his errand. Johnson carried a loaded six-shooter and was much ex cited, and leaving the old man in town went out to see his wife alone. The old man completed his...

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. — 26 April 1894

Ask Any, Well Inffrmea Lady what she thinks of N Oi IosWITaoEHAZIn CREA.M and the answer will be:'It's splen did; it's delightful. I would not be with out it;. sld byM., EIDoe & Co. and E, .. Campbell . r ,ý r ThOS F. baes, H. C. Payne, H. C. Rose, R S THROUGH CARS , TO St. PRAUL MINNEAPOLIS DULUTH FARG.O GRAND FORKS and WINNIPEG TO HELENA . PULLrIAN BUTTE SLEEPING CARS SPOKANE LEGLANT TACOMA` DINING CARS SEATTLE" TOURISTS PORTLAND sLEEPING CARS :Trs I2 :p SC .,' ..... :, No. 114, from Rumsey for Drummond... 4 15 am No. 119, from Drummond for Rinmsey ar 2:50 pm No. 12Q, from Rumsey ................ 4 30 pm SWEST BOUND. No. 1, Pacific Express .................1245 pm EAST BOUND. No. 2, Atlantic Express ................. 6 05 am For Rates, Maps, Time Tables or Special In formation. apply to the agent of Northern Pa cific Railroad, at Philipsburg, J. F. Kanst, or to the General Passenger and Ticket Agent, Chas. S. Fee, St. Paul, Minn. Do Kinds of Coo red Printing li THE MAIL Go to ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 26 April 1894

WEINSTEIN You can't get a Ham for iothing, but you can get a keg of fine Honey Drip Syrup for $1.50. Pure Food. Summer sicknesses are often brought on by par taking of impure food. You cannot be too par ticular about what you eat. Canned goods of all kinds are considered wholesome only from one season to another. The surest way is to deal only with reliable houses. Our Motto is: Honest Goods at Honest Prices. Extravagance May lie in paying too much for a thing, or in paying too little. If you buy groceries for less than we ask, you'll not get as good quality that's poor economy. If you pay more, you pay too much, because we sell the best there is. The same rule applies to our Dress Goods, Ladies' White Goods, Summer Capes Gents' Furnishings, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Etc., Etc. DIPS, SPURS AND ANGLES. James H. King went to Butte Tues day. T. L. Penrose was a Philipsburg visitor last week. The registration o'fce will be oren for business Saturday. Duncan Dingwall was up from New Chi...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 3 May 1894

82 YýR TE ARYEA [1] THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. VOL. VIII. NO. 14. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY. MAY 3, 1894. PRICE, 5 CENTS. ' N . . . . . .. m m m m • m i GRANITE CORNER. Fred Divel and wife, of Missouri, have returned to Granite. The telephone station has been placed in the grocery store of Jos. Lutey. Jasper Huffman was a familiar figure on our streets the first of the week. J. C. Pyle and family have taken up temporary residence at the state capital. Miss Florence McLeod is regularly in stalled as clerk in the Granite postoffice. Mrs. K. H. McLeod returned Tuesday from an extended visit to relatives and friends in Canada. Charles Thaler was in town Thursday from the Royal Gold mine and left the following.day for Burke, Idaho. At a school meeting held Tuesday, a week ago, J. H. Viol was elected chair man and W. J. Swartz re-elected clerk of the board for the ensuing term. Misses Lottie McLeod and Pearl Blair attended the state convention of the Y. P. 8. 0. E. at Butt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 3 May 1894

The Merchants and Miners NATIONAL BANK OF PKIýzarsý m'CIrae, mmON 2. Capital Full Paid, $50,001D Surplus and Profits, $2,500 A. A. M'DONALD, President FR ANK J. WILSON, Vice President C. H. ESHBAUGH, Cashier C. E. HYMER, Assistant Cashier (Established January, 1887.) Designatel:ol as the OffYicil IPaper in wlich All Legfal 'ubllcations for Granite County Must Be Pub lsheod. M. H. BRYAN. JO X. BRYAN. T. C. CONGDON. BRYAN BROS. & CONGDON, Propr's. ISSUED EVERY THURSI AY EVENING. Entered at the Postofflce at Philipsburg, Granite County, 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 THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1894. Called Down by Teller...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 3 May 1894

THE MINERS' STRIKE The Shutdown Is General Through. out the Coal Fields. THOUSANDS QUIT WORK Six Thousand Miners Out in Indiana and Michigan Strikers Are Demanding Food or Work. ToLUCA, Ill., April 28.-Fifty-four hun dred miners, who rested at Big Sandy reached here yesterday, and those from Streator and Kangly arriving later. "_The mine officials came on a special train. Leaders of the men counseled peace, urged the army, which had been called out in case of trouble, to leave and told the Toluca miners to decide for themselves whether to strike. This was agreed on and Devlin at once ar ranged for a special train to take the army home. It is the general impres sion here that'the Toluca miners iill not return to work. Previous to this the Chicago militia had been erdered to hold itself in readiness and a large con signment of arms received by Toluca mine owners. Governor Gill's course in not sending troops proves to have been the right one. The Strike Is General. CONNELLSVILTE, Penn....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 3 May 1894

IS IN WASHINGTON Tents of the Commonweal Pitched Near the Promised Land. A MOTLEY, RAGGED CROWD All Waslhilg't.nti.'rl'urnled Out Ito Si. the |luitnAtrial Armly-Speeche5s Iy Brown, atnd COuvey. WA.lsINt'rON, April °2,.-Citlzen J. S Coxey, commander-jn-chief of the Good Roads Army of Commonweal, standing on a rickety wagon in the center of. Brlghtwood Driving Park, waving aloft his Alpine hat to one of the most cos mopolitan and extensive audiences eer gathered in Washington, announced this afternoon that the greatest march of the nineteenth century had been ac complished. Three hundred and fifty men, headed by a band, marched into the park, pitched tents and stretched themselves in the sun. Thousands from the city turned out to make a holiday of it and inspect the curious aggrega'tion. Thick clouds of dust overhung the two roads leading to Brighton from the city all day long which were plowed with more travel than customarily. Two endless processions swept along the roads all day wi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 3 May 1894

Asic 4Cuf 1ll. IWrfoimed Lady what she thinks of NEWBROSWITOHHAZEL CROAM, and the answer willbe: It's splen did; it's delightful. I would not be with out it; sold by M, E.Doe & Co. and E. H. Campbdll: Thos F. Oakes. B. C. Payne, I. C. Rouse, R U. N. S THROUGH CARS ti" TO t St. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS DULUTH FARGO GRAND FORKS and ,WINNIPEG TOz HELENA PuLIWIAN BUTTE SLEEPING CARS SPOKANE ELEa.NT TACOMA DININO CARS SEATTLE TOURISTS PORTLAND SLEEPING CARS P b.11p burg. Nor 114, frdm'Brinseyfor Drummond... 4 15 am No.119, from Drummond for Rumsey r 2:50 pm No. 120. from Rumsey ............... 4 80 pm :'aiaL .r.ne--r+ur.aon d. WEST BOUND. No. 1, Pai press... ..... ,..........12 45 pm EAST BOUND.: No. 2, Atlln id Express .. .... .. 6 05 am For Rtets;iMabs, '1'ime Taibles or Special In formation 'apply to the agent of Northern Pa cific Railroad, at Philipsburg J. F. Kanst, or to the General Passenger and Ticket Agent, Sz*h e.S. Fee, St. Paul, Minn. J,: A.U & J. B. FEATHERMAN NEW !CHICAGO A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 3 May 1894

Wcinstcin's We are not giving goods away--for that is not business. Anyone who tries to make you believe that it is, is simply slan dering your intellect. Butwe are selling goods at as low prices as we ca(nl paY our honest debts; See? We appreciate your trade by giving you the best goods for as little money as can be done by anyone, and we are always glad to see you, but remember,we have n o strings on you. If you live in one of our houses all we ask is the rent--we would never think of putting you out be cause you saw fit to purchase groceries elsewhere; besides it would take us too long to get you out. A retort: "Those who live in glass houses should not throw stones," is equivalent to pleading "gently." We have just received a new lot of Eastern Canned Tomatoes Pack of 93; 6 cans $i.oo. 3BEWAF iT OF OLD GOODS We are still keepiiig uIp our stock on the DRY GOODS SIDE; in fact, if you wish to confine all your trading to one house you can get all you need here ex cept drugs. WEINSTE...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 10 May 1894

- THE PHILIPSBURG MAIL. l VOL. VIII. NO. 15. PHIIJPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY. MAY 10, 1894. PRICE, 5 CENTS. .. . . . . . . . • mm i i • m m a mmm -mlm mn mm IN THE DISTRICT COURT. The Following Cases Were Set For Trial and Otherwise Disposed of. State of Montana vs. A. H. Porter. Trial set for May 10th. State of Montana vs. N. H. Connolly. D. M. Durfee entered as associate coun selfor the state and cause continued for the term. State of Montana vs. Lai Wing. Nolli prosiqui entered and bondsmen exoner ated. State of Montana vs. George B. Cain Nos. 22, 23 and 24 inclusive. Informa tions filed and bench warrant ordered issued for defendant. Upon leave of court, had by county attorney, bail in each case was fixed at $250. State of Montana vs. George W. Morse. Informatiqn filed and bench warrant for defendant' ordered issued; otherwise same as above. W. C. Bradshaw vs. George W. Morse. Motion to strike set for May 14th. Buckingham & Hecht, vs. John H. Viol. Motion to s...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 10 May 1894

The Merchants ant Miners NATIONAL BANK OF Pa zslr2PE sa atRC, >MerON Tr. Capital Full Paid, $50,000 Surplus and Profits, $2,500 A. A. M'DONALD. President FR1 NK J. WILSON, Vice President C. H. ESHBAUGH, Cashier C. E. HYMER, Assistant Cashier (Established January, 1887,) Designated as the OffloJal Paper in whaich All Legal Publications for Granite County Must Be Pub lIshed. M. H. BRYAN. JO X. BRYAN. T. C. CONGDON. BRYAN BROS. & CONGDON, Propr's. ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY EVENING. Entered at the Postofice at Philipaburg, Granite County, Montana, as Second-Class Matter for Transmission Through the Mail. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Year................................. 3 00 Six M onths................................. 1 50 Three M onths.............................. 75 IF PAID STRICTLY IN ADVANCE: One Year.................. ... ..............$2 00 Six Months... ................ ......... 100 Three Months.............................. 50 THURSDAY, MIAY 10, 1894. Parleto-SpllantehIlnic Gan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 10 May 1894

WERE ALL KILLERS Stage Robbers and Cattle Thieves Battle for Supremacy. TUM BSTONE IN OLDEN DAYS Ilow the Esilrpil Were I)liven Out tltL thie 'Tragic ItonuInce. Whlich Followed -Fourl" M1,1 Sho1t 1i. ii Starter. The glory of Tombstone has departed and the Tough Nut, Contention and a score of other mines are no longer fountains of wealth, but the town is still an interesting one and the tales of the early days told by its old inhabi tants more Interesting still. In 1880 Virgil Earp was the city marshal and lohn 11. Bchan was the sheriff of the county. Between these two ofticials there was a deadly fetd. Behan was an honest man and a good ollicial. Iarp was the head of a band of desperadoes, a; partner of stage robbers and a friend of gamblers and professional killers. It was the custom that the friends of i.ehan should occupy the boxes on the left of the stage of the "Bifd-Uage'" opera house. What pleased the Beban people was certain to displease the I'rp people, and if appilause or ...

Publication Title: Philipsburg Mail, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 10 May 1894

THE ARMY IN PASCO United States Marshals Are Busy in That Town. EVERY TRAIN IS SEARCHED Reinforcements Necessary to Handle the Ever Increasing Indtustrial--All Are Headed for Spokane. PASCO, May 6.-Deputy United States Marshal Sam Vinson arrived here at it o'clock last night with twenty-seven deputies en route to North Yakima to protect Northern Pacific property against the Coxeyites. Their services were needed here, however, and affairs have at this time assumed an alarming aspect. The deputies will remain until further orders, and reinforcements have been asked for. Soon after the deputies arrived a freight train pulled in from the west with about sixty of the Seattle and Tacoma contingent of the commonweal ere on board. All disembarked. Au hour later another freight arrived with 150 more commonwealers on board. Ten deputies were sent across the river, where they liagged the train and com pelled the Ooxeyites to climb down. The train pulled into town, followed soon after by the me...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 10 May 1894

Ask Any Well Informed Lady what she thinks of NEWBROSWITCHHAZEL CREAM. and the answer will be: It's splen did; it's delightful. I would not be with out it; sold by M. E.Doe & Co. and E. H. Campbell. Thos F. Oakes. H, C. Payne, H,. C, Rouse, R UN S TnROUGiH CARS t 4,O ~ St. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS DULUTH FARGO GRAND FORKS and WINNIPEG TO HELENA PULLFIAN BUTTE SLEEPING CARS SPOKANE ELEGANT TACOMA DINING CARS SEATTLE TOURISTS PORTLAND SLEEPING CARS 'P b.11gburg. No. 114, from Rimsey for Drummond... 415' am No.110, from Drummond for Rumsey r 25 pm No. 120, from Rumsey ................ 4 80 pm "Main. I te.--Druznanond. WEST BOUND. No. 1, Pacific Express ................1245 pm EAST BOUND. No. 2, Atlantic Express.................... . 05 am For Rates., Maps, Time Tables or Special In formation apply to the agent of Northern Pa cific Railroad, at Philipsburg J. F. Kanst, or to the General Passenger and Ticket Agent, (Chas. S. Fee, St. Paul, Minn. J, A. & J. B. FEATHERMAN NEW CHICAGO AND D...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 10 May 1894

Wcinstcin's For advice you go to those credited with knowledge of, or experience with, the par ticular question in hand: How to buy and sell min ing stock you go to a broker (unless he has jobbed you some time); For a knotty point of law, you go to a lawyer; How to buy a large stock of general merchan dise and pay for same with 30 cents on the dollar, you go to some one who has made, or is making, a suc cess in this particular line; If you think of trading your wife for your servant before t doing it better ask some one who has done that very f thing if it works harmo niously; t But, If you simply want Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, or, in fact, anything kept in a general store, we have it. We do not make a practice of advertising some one ar ticle below cost expecting to make up the loss on some thing else; neither do we make a low price on any one article and tell you when you call for it "We have had a big run on it-it is all sold." We are now shipping Bitter Root [hen's]...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Philipsburg mail. — 17 May 1894

"e Puble .Zbrar THE PHILIPSBURG IAIL. , VOL. VIII. NO. 16. PHILIPSBURG, GRANITE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY. MAY 17, 1894. PRICE, 5 CENTS. IN THE DISTRICT COURT. Cases Disposed of in Various Ways Dur ing the Week. W. L. Brown vs. county commissioners. The motion heretofore made herein for dismissal by counsel for the claim-holder, J. W. Morse, was argued. The court granted the application of said claim, upon his presentation to the court of his warrant issued to him by the commis sioners of Granite county in payment of said claim, and the attorney for said claim-holder having presented to the clerk said warrant to be delivered to the said commissioners for cancellation it was ordered that judgment be entered. against said claim-holder, J. W. Morse, dismissing this action with costs and without prejudice to the presentation of another claim. E. T. Staighton vs. G. A. Maywood et al. Demurrer to answer of defendants, Lind ner and Maywood, withdrawn and repli cation filed by consent of co...

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