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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 9 August 1883

i 4 + 1. .ýiý; _ ,t ý t - 'ý' .-ý' tsar 4 ;,. it ' 'ý ýý ýýýý - ; 'ý '' y `.ý j .'1 rMF r ý *P Atd4 Co., ý.50 1 1 &41$k4 *.d all ackunwl'1iýpum1 F' t ýý SOON01 PAINTING n'"~ ,,r P~rrkld, TrKam. J T 1 41T 4 alsery. BY I) ' lRi. O6al MIMIC umo. AI.I hr. Ur A4D PIbKC L"' (7 Mo A MPWIALTY. I, wN.w4YM eeg the tIMALLIC a % UIORS and AR, RURflIZ. MO v1s Ii M4 Ifn KUCHIETTE ROB. Dealer i General M arse, N Ilt' OF ALL 1I. )$ IK)I(II1T L REEO~kORT, MEAUWIR CO.. M. T. S. H. ERWIN, a lItltai Ihraleri' will limid it 14 hoir *dai'itigC to give ii' at trial. f. r. l Aura.W. 2M. Uh p.. 3SLLIMU, UM. T. QI$ARLESIDROSCH, bos& Shoes 'fli ILIM.USItI ' I ua < VN $II4)T N4)tICL fir 4 Y .t } 11LTI)\. I' L" I Sal tt1 llrsitciSi Gced o Every' bI M.aC, Vow* ani t4 rEveyE FIIOT ()F~ i FýltltY ºF 73M A ",kt *nt briN"d"' '~row,' tr ~- Iir!" THRIjMEST lgtd J4G CAMP1 IN ASIRN J4TANA. I'S PAST HIST'Ot-PRESENT be CONbITION ANDI FUTURE e PROSPEC4[K ML El LOCATION AND D5AC.atPrIo Maiden, the great miming ca...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 9 August 1883

M~Dk NIT. d.Ah6r* SEo A.. -N ýt .e-aid lIE NEWS IN BRIE . Air ' [ E s r * * a" y * sad from s t lSWFD@N[ WiBEZWO KeathL. I ek pmrbe tary Teller has resairmed the dechr- Lstryd ecraanry Schurl against th.ealidity A soat c aim made b t he state of Calr young girls, eno7ur oflo - the Jthes cent. hier oees on landO lyint f 23d, to artt ',it ofan h'aoiso 0eatof.Point~ ouet beenýtiZ to aftrre decso drowned. ataM L _A large n )AD) AW4M13L1NG 9 Nortalk, V, eve oxrewtrtdalong the Chid.- cm enWt. :etru o my' northern Two-thit .cousin; on the igi', take detroyd ,Veatern tracks at ajd~d, new 40,000. Sand alo on the no (ten f k L tTh4eea. M mI n f burned on adtelstpbhIc line. every earninsg of the St. Pand Thoase the i Juywae/dl" ason set &2i ll*or tba same week shoulder', incraaae of p7,W?,t middle ofi of Duluth t h been elected are dod ft ulut and Icon Itahge show tat sewal a in r Co umlaverdesoce cod- mtetl GtNP.ARL NEWS GOSSIP. De. Mar [,.db~l. & Co.. cad out thei followingS portitd ...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 9 August 1883

+ c lyriPna a " hhis q Amsdo l" his rif e ldr tr. am * has td saw nve ata Saeof ad ats 1 , aembly il ii f machim, sepr ". * the diedslos Of like y to tomleh a toot nearly all the 4are ending peapers the United Skates. I throgh Quebec and i Yark, the author nodlsome Isiah, and a to the forte from which It we aer told that there " /ent the British and T# W em nsiesg Canada emnotlying their scom I we have no laws t ration of such out. time that the mat ve attention at the 1 until compress meets and self-oreserva- i v ,and if paupers and tr reons And their way i it a they should be I back. I I* RKETB& t ýwp !al's a a$ e snc n h erel Tred Iieh t t e Oaneb r 10tlan Octo VO I5.75; uaputottfauijy r % 44;1 barrels 45A r, iOc ae bblea, acrd- 0t O Uno flout. al Spnioner I fa'Oty prbbl a Q~a ;acetnbt 'y fo x. tt lard ' iE son Saturejor Chicago 0' l the aernarg oors N..2 2har teen bowed delano but at bhe II, N trog. No. I t..rd. tt.to bi P.117 asked; Nu 2, $1.04 1. Mes. 01.04 bod.tt t.1=. fa...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 9 August 1883

)1IAWIDZ, T*1DAY AUUlMSý j e W o o d .1T fl D Y BYmL L & V R O O M A N . ` TERMS ok B4I SCRIPTI&)N: ADVERTISING RATF"k': 1 n .o e y mr - 1..... .... ...... ... . ia T onth ............................ X t i . .. . ... ... 1 .e ands SALUTATORY. v r a diversity of favorable and .-o circumsiances and 'navoid . dela}* in getting tlh necessary nOiptacnts rppert.'ining to the pub shiug of a newspaper, shipped here from the East, we present our first issue to the public, hoping that our a effort will be appreciated, and prove a mnaterial benefit to our camp. the pOe 551 mines and surrounding countr. We liave Mtarted this pubiihcation at 'solheitatiofl )f the Iliuilaug and ow eret of the Warm Springs ,t, u .9t ndt za:+ t)Le Q(fWt cudl of / teagioer County, anu pr pose t( make our allat not only a ine \ lflper but a large portion of it de~votel to wuin no«. cl-aziniZ and agiriculture. W'e earo.:atly ,oljc~it the co-opera I Jireceflº) an'i generous a.id Of the inunj * pllt "er id ' 1k...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 9 August 1883

i seehe the oilt. the 1~b 4 tae the rep rep- is. bright and beau ripseed slte the asture ia the wl deveoepmoet of her cI 4[ and emotion, joeA.Iremember t :be had ý de ieneef ilfe mad heltede. of fortune xto.V otdzeed those of the of Deassark or phete. The mleasehdyp of the priuci oe~sesmn, ithseinebe, were not urn te treader, or her sudatore, leopre and some wir orhed' -reeeileotloz. Mrs. r is as v reed.s. may know the of e lr tter i; who married ez 13at'edaughter, Miss Nellie. " 6Lerey Noor. * 'WeeeaOm. Hot,:, o L Paul. Wian., 11 I $. S. Blackiurd. 274 R at Say ,S. Paul: Dear Sir-It giet ae to recommend in the blab. e1! I meaoer your medicine. Dr.t 'a Bleod Parifir. It is all you elsian it and more. Year, Gratefally. Emn JoUmr. A oae of asa. ir. D H. Durasby, of Oese.g 1. 1., .4a that hi. dau iiei was talon wilh a vie hat cold which tebmtnated with pasamo. a, and all the beet physicians gave the sase up and said she could not live but a few hore at most. She was in this rondi p whe...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 9 August 1883

A-fOCAL NEWS. Maiden imat a bank. Malden needs a first-clans hotel. J. E. Davis has gone on a busineu trip to Junction City. T. B. Johnson--.ad "don't you ftirget It "-has taken his departure for Rocky Point to be absent a few days. Mr. Sharpless has just finished a neat cottage on Montana street, and has rented it to good advantage. There is a panic in the pie market owing to a rade on the bakery earl Tuesday morning. R. MI. Dryden it putting some sub stantial repairs on his residence in the shape of a new shingle roof. T. M. Trudell disposed of several t shingles and nails on his eottage last I week, and now fuel doubly secure i agains the elements. I Hunter & C.. received a large invoice r of wet goods front Menton, last Satur- o day, amounting in value to over $t0t.c The Collar Mining and Iiipr~o-eme,1 Cou. intend to erect it larger and muchi better hoarding house biefore snow flies. Idii Heavily loaded bull tenns are pass- er ing through town everyday loaded with jo large t...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 9 August 1883
Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 9 August 1883
Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 16 August 1883

_ id n an aii-_6 88 rc 1 et MIMEE II'& e StrT he clalim hn Fix. I t'ul' i t 114 Falex1.. FJI~ t o th 14"' ea 114 P fUUltry, &kc. ~ I 'It,4 I LTI ' W. "f WYMAN, IQUC~ and OlGA. A T ON U) DETL 1 1A.E Z' .A 1 AT O :I) (tLL 411 M\ º111F: P1 HETTE BROS. Dealer txi Geral MerchaaddIs( (. fdilli ES LIQio: EDSFORT, NFAG.Ht rI ". r ,iaJUors ox,,Re1 ' I) Irla~t t CHARgE: 0f)8CH'f dx I aIi Qots & briOes, xthe NONTAN Six, DEN U. T. *~~, t? - 0 0 h bgars r Ic!. the Nat~ioiai l~ ine !ET I4ANI)IS3Ky & If UIILTCN Prop,'. 1w ta 6\ .Flrasf.Cg. Bar and Firsty Clase Good" of Ev~y 1ryr, Fine M asic, Vocal and ixstrumentxerxxl F exaE-yng. oh It the ,t tLon.. ~ c FOT O F M A NJi'1,N MAIDEN. rpress. - . ~ - - pro% II L@UIS LANOT, ['lte a OLIce, IIholes4,e and Retxt iai x 1~~ in TiLesday. ling, the ainoc, BM Andl~ik Cigars. met at7 SHBEER ' turned th 0"1%ALWAYS I\ "IM j~ taking a ri a+ Ail Good. 11'raanG as Representxi .( Mr, heck Rhatnds of Ku ggx ~ t highly cx g U Dee, Uss than w~ords ""d ,...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 16 August 1883

£ 3A5T's 3g&9W w IMO qNta we bra bi e *11m Of LW~bU stile, bib lhw - hsm anew h now butweas kneireiw y th bs me ht, like thumb tseo., thed., The Ib0s yin. Magel bisame lole ellel him, asbel so Te oweds smamll Neot to he sold, if em 's we, Ansd i ea 3eesbhrtgt ml waim nkem hemmmm's own bThe clod sot rwiss smeth', wen Iem with il. little 1It of ith was all too rare salt sk deGmo Huenw yed hor his tiU aegis holesi him thue Anasi hby noew. rlid Ernms drawing 7fteik fmem he pok. .It h. MIN C. was vstun daubIr h~iaw`gwheaesd eats., tho. b net oek whet I hw stole. I presesee" Tbh exat morule nhh wee no hefetr Wl m shee urn i ezerebernlf Jeub] hr t o obte brcakhirt Dr. amwe ..M for. Whet aflutter she bInpu eweis I the I-h 0 b.'t rs is hma aI the village." "Let ln. an thesymptoss"-mUN the doctor, bet be sever sotsay /saath than that Could sle be sham Hardly, thought be, for they bad nn* uacle was out of town and the know it would be dlcwttt.bbt in. "If I had known Dr. Bill was aws I woul...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 16 August 1883

+welopmeat i aforalaoe tie 4e. f maa who elead power to . Inthe days et use there ane loped mea &ry of this c 4chaea of lice in the of Wat. iwed an hard as r sought be ut ýitlga an was reply. -s strong took poii that I at four men .e. I succeed gon, but in two oe a taconscious ours and when I vomited a ?rom that day Ad sickly. I br ed some internal a general debi i -to the effects back was very ad at times re parcht d and iau .as thourch it were eh at the top and it pained o ...e side intensele. In six weeks me I bad fallen away from 2.18 pounds les- than 170. 1 was in a wont wretch condition. I was completely d!scour. 14 "What did the de;tre say about y u?" "Almost everything. I consulted no than siz different physicians. They treated me and none did me an; At that time I it sufering in 7 ly. I could not sit aright but was t4 iged to reet in a cra d, neasy po * n. I was compeI! to a'uriate every minutes and ovat ethree quarts ry day. I was not ltk.ng, I was ex On. night (bow we...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 16 August 1883

abt Wiunal igus. al MAIDEN, THURSDAY, AUG. 16, 1883 Pvt;uUS1H3D EVEY THUB1DAY NY PELL & VROOMAN. TERMS OF $UBOCRIPTION : asse xm es... ............. ........ a n.. O .e.Year .. ..»...... LAO ADVERTISING RATED: I lach. one lucrtma... ...._ . LU " . . month ........»...»........ 0 1 " oney ........... .. 24.00 Special raes gSien on large spaee and atanding advertnenments. Local noates IS cent. per line. CIIZENS MEETING. al IT The following Order, No. 134, was al posted in the post-office and other n public places in Maiden, issued by the commanding officer at Ft. Maginnis, fl Capt. Charles Durham, on the 8th inst: t Fr. MAGINNIS, M. T. ' Aug. 8, '83.f e Order No. 134. Y In obedience to general order No. 26, F from headquarters of the army, dated a Washington, I). C., April 13th, 1883, c and subsequent instruction from head- c quarters department of Dakota, all c persons now residing on the Military Reservation of Ft. Maginnis, M T'., or working in any mines or prospecting for mine...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 16 August 1883

(aim...a... x.. h1IýiIZ s u rr ai/nui ii uu.w. vx ..re& usde. R wSR atw os mºltam~. SAkb W.U Us. W, A. .anl U. CW 03 ON3 *EOa1AY 3SK21I( 0wes~h11* M, W- 0.3!. Woumro. 3. LOCAL NEWS. w more hammocks at B. (. & Co.'s were eeen last week within .ilea of Maiden. zeorge Feido is the father of a ten .mad girl, born Thursday. Aug. 9th. OCe of our citizens killed a fine deer leg week. It was done in self-defense of corse. The editors of the Argue are under ehigations to T. B. Johnson for a couple of She chickens. For the latest version of Hiawatha cal oa Jene Erwin. "Life size chromo" goes with the parody. leemre a hammock before they are da gone, at a, 0. & Co(. When an ediLvr tries to light hie leipr with a 'ed pencil it is evident he doen't manage thei prohibition column. The public nevting held Monday civening was a credit to the town. There was perfect harnmimy throughout the m..ha nrwe line. A small" slugging match" took playe Mmuhday evening. The participants were separat...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 16 August 1883

FELL t VZOOMAN. PInMhbe iAIDEN, - - MONTANA. Esact return of the natlonatlty of all the Union soldiers in the late war show that the native Amerlen numbered 1,M13.800 or 74.48 per cent. of the whole. or three-quarters as nearly as may be the Germas 176,806, or 8.76 per ost the Irish 144,200, or 7.14 per cent.; Brit iah Americans 53,500, or 2.45 per cent.; English 46.5000, or 2.26 per cent.; all other foreigners 06,000. or 3.71 per cent. The estlmate for the cotton crop of 1882-'83 places the yield at 7.100,000 bales, which is 1,000,000 morebales than was produced the preceding year. This estimate is made in spite of the hct that the acreage of this year's plant is 1.55 less than that of the year before. This comes in a great measure from breaking up the plantation system, di viding the large tracts into small farms, where they are much better cultivated. It I. amun gr to read some of the '.,bbah !.a; .-s shich senumes to be p - .s i guardians of "society." 1 la nr ' thing but rtgare...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 16 August 1883

?OOMItlOAtflAESi. Terseem Who Ha More Dol. Mrse than seun. ark OCorresoJence d. Brooklyn 1hset this tlam every year. When the "am comes upon us, a oth ard elack, we have tht wnual i about old Seabury ., water; " who bas wasted fve aul ion y his stuboornness an ecen Us old mas- le snot 70 odd eM--ves at the New Yare hotel he has reslded twenty yre, etsat ener ad the m table, eel. the -sm kind of food each day. Five ena" to hum rage einsequence than Is to meat thog he rolls in wealth. hea steadily refused ta twenty to rent two of the moeevaluable to the *bole city of bew York. buhiilp mr nembeudr67 and US ý , end they .o .i te readily at nay timea ?.r O,lOo a year. be.as.ee men have made ae th Mee of fve milgon dollars rental for twentyeaim. All of petues have been obered for the bat Brewster handeelined to mn et figure. 8o tey -. they say lt dote ne positlve to have vacant b alWp in moch a ,heast of the preat throughfare. eld m u satill rehI5I3U to !rent This seems to be a hited loca...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 16 August 1883

Mr. J. I. Davis and wife took their d4Iut for Junction, this morning. to be absent a month or twe. Frank McPartlan started this morn .iz, in company with Mr. Davis and wife, for Junction City. He will proba bly visit Miles City and Billings before he returns. Mr. John Wauson. J. W. Hamilton and John Kehi went on a fishing excur sion to the east fork of Big Spring Creek on Tuesday, of this week. They report everything flourishing at tefrsi fort and vicinityand that they met with fair success in their piscatorial etnirt-. C. W. Gardner left on Wednesday' coach for the railroad, adl from there his destination is unsettled. as he in tends to intercellt the Presidettial 1eirty. If ever the well wli-hes of in etire community went with a man they accompany Mr. (arnl'er, and should the object of the trip be realized his reception on ri turning a ill be some thing to be remembered. A. SI. rater ItIn IOT nclenR On ii 00 nesday's coach, to look after the min ing Interests he represents. Mr Ell...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 23 August 1883

« ý. Maiden and Maginnis, Thursday, August 23, 1883. Price 10 Cents AY, AUG. 23, 18f *R T¶WR2DAY BY VROOMAN. P. 0. a Seaeed Clav matter at Cards. DELL, y at Law, to Mineral Argus UiOce. and Convayances attruded on Short Notice. ATHEY, ry Public, OFFICE WITH ER, MCNAMARA & Co., MA(INNIS, M. T. INELLE, ry Public, AT RUSTLE, M.T. and Cmnv av.nccs ti! ed ed to in Short Noti . LER, ary Public. g. Legal blanks of all t and acknowledgid. TANA MINE, MAIDEtI. AN & MlcINTIRE, NEYS AT LAW BE-NT( N. M.1 1. I bu-in, .8 in CCut7 I t Malakrn andl %icinity. SE, 8ICN 'GE PAINTING, Paper IIH:mnhtg .C ds of Scro'i us v Done ProaptKl. D OF MAIN STREET. n & Wetherall, U DRLLIt: IN - uors & Cigars, !)F MAIN STREET, MONT. Bakery. Prop'r. Pies, & c. ERY DAY. Wert of Aýrgos+ Onice. DES', IL'. Jenkins, BARBER! In the IFit MIan tner. (ive him a call Mr OOSIl WDOON Maiden Drug Store. DR. J. M. RAN N, - Jorn'IezEToa. DEALER IN DRUCS, CH )MICAL8, AN) PATENT MF0DI0 1N OF ALL KINDS. Fine Toilet...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 23 August 1883

FELL A VUOOMAN. PeMishhs.a MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA. The greet shoe and leather hilures of Boston and vicinity are attributed to our production. The manuacturers loaded themselves up so heavily with made-np stock that it was only a ques tion of time when the crash would come. France is contracting a new loan for 60,000,000. She owes nearly $5 000,000, 000, and it is becoming rather a serious question as to whether the amount has not become too large to be controlled. Her government expenditure, Including that of the immense standing army and the payment of Interest, reached last year the sum of about $1,000,n00,000, or four times that of the United States. If there were no other cause of discon. tent in France, this burden would be sufficient to cause disquietude. The mineral products of the United States are immense. According to the official report recently issued by Mr. Albert Williams, Jr., the chief of the division of mining statistics and Tech nology of the United States geologic...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 23 August 1883

AA iik Howard "f awU 'md hec th oft foy me bo you ould le Iad~ fi"i e doºj witbos -Irt nme of the story-you remem gee Lower paintings which e so often edmiredes bope, ember them? Of course I do. peat velvety panl.es with the pestanding upon their purple And the sweet peas, with dug. L Sash over tremulous whi as if a breath would blow them ob musty! tbqee exquisite smud matkina, t sý_a es,' mingled the burstng buds. It is ke early spring. But how do they yoursentor t"t sedBee r widee 1 etare A i the her f s Ann% "O'n her name. i much younger than I an or ghting her way iIaded e world. Pretty? Well, rather not very. Flee had a siht, figure, dark wistful eves set in pale face. Sexible, tremulous a rofusion of s darkwa, y frame4 bea li a relmgad buoud. sther first at the studio of a and, in spite of the two years' ice in our ages, we took a mutual r each other. After that 1 was es and recption room r her A broad lounge served for her night, and one corner of the curtained of to conceal ...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 23 August 1883

1AW3N, TE'UBDAY, At(I. U, 180 WETU IKD RV M ThIrRMIAY $Y FILL & VROOM AM. Mr. W. T. lain., N ow auibsiami a W abi MU2. mERir OF 8U& UEIPTION~ K... ............. -...-.». n 4a. Tar..-..»-...........»......... .... 9.0 ADVER1ETnr O ATU : 1 ta a h...O ihhN» »» ............»........ 1.0 1 six »....»» ...... . ..... .1810 I am yu .... ............._. .......94.00 2$gaw mao SI" am laip q~a ma. mauiag Lowsam aiu 114 -i w U Our Mining Camp. lb 6.awlh-MdjIS M. Vlla1..- Rail-Alptma BUSUI~f REPRESENTED AT THE PR~ESET TIME A.'w PARTIES ENGAGED THE1EIN~. This little hamlef is Ibcated in Maiden uglch, rtidway between the Collar mine and the town of Maiden. At this point the gulch widens out from a narrow pass through the mountains to a level. fertile valley, embodying some eighty acres of available land for building purposes, giving the town pleanty of room to sprcad, said mak ing a beautiful site for a goodly sized villagc. There are now built and occvpivd as' rerldents "r business, hoe ...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
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