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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 1 November 1883

kN A... 0.W. litT WBD xaDAY vM1no. 9 i'1. Y. W. c. Y. woucoen, I. SrAn L~ila. I peson ct a" mlans MSes use. s AaT urn waes aras. urns. P.7ý L Pa. lita..e Ltoa. Fn. Ho. W a ran km t. N . ms.ditg Ir $10 st &or hea f Mn Jueb, ttlat T C.Powers, Pro ps. U t. T h full Asna. dil s po at Mao. FT. pry lrosmnd a ndwS " tet hal tared. LOCAL NEWS. peeuds for a first clie Hotel are uws $1.00 at Mtore head of Main tda}'s coachi fromti Juntctioin City tfour full mail peouches for Mcii ry lirooks raisesl, and has stored, peounds of potatoel this year, on isle oen Warm Spring. Creek. wets $1.00, at store head of Main ' en wants and must have a Bank. ian bankera,those ofyou who want -ch house, drop us a line and we give You name pointers. 1cpuollisid tale of Dexter's iaw ito take place Saturday, did not , the matter having been alnici adju-tad between the interested 'r. Mr. Dexter will continue to sout first-class lumber. udeaitirte $1.00, at store head of street, n Waterman, one of Benton's hag ...

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. — 1 November 1883

TUB U0IA. I 'eIs e Mamed whbow4 The erg. sadrsm sad maeters Like ta momeer Adlma Iin npain ý L~membrtig, and re.peale ioan. Then out of the amase. rise. An angel whom wiogo are faded: You lift wont vale. in tbeecoh, And I by from a striaken world. I travyrse the shining eaa Where melely rime the .kWe, And I pats the neand@ of goy And the headland. of i"rdb Too bear me, I acre not whither, Ni long as I hear yoen tag, ?or toil and arkt are forgotten, And life I a heavenly thing. The mitelc ends, and I ettiver, foa nay seal has returned to earth, And thestemase falls like a marrow Whica blashobe the face of mirth. -Harper for February. TEE UBIT DAY AT GErTTBBUKse. from Harry K. Kiefer', "Resellsctlos of a Dramasr Boy." in January SL Nicholaa "Colonel, close up your men and move on as rapidly as possible." It is the morning of July 1, and we are wessing a bridge over a stream, as the stal eBoer, ving delivered this order for us, dashes down the tine to hurry up the regi ients in the rea...

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. — 1 November 1883

an. ves.. n) the vth.1b Jidyeuavemm ob davise th i. Lsthe e test ofe . eat over the wastr oath. the movemeuw of thair habits. In I manly glmvaat.r were behie eakam. I itsvver me see, the do U that ane warring fsh. sad I rsealsed that nuless were doer, the lfe in the of this eoathi would become 1b gaunte SM. dstmous my life work, and I am t say Ihave anm is sesomplish * yea seendsmul on the start?" Indeed. Up to that me all arti sue nob to hast b and raise fish Ils spawn bad failed, and I was to experimeat In an entirely r. IC work was a careful oe, bet I finally ueceuded day I s able to hatch and raise ty-five per cent of allspawn." Why that is a larger per than either the vegetable or an p rudace in a natural con w it, but we exercise the great tn the start, and suard the little satil they become able to care fregsesn coevernation occurred nia where the representative to report very many Interest withia the past twenty-five but the view presented here ex in interest anything ever b...

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. — 1 November 1883

tia AT iSoS pK - .Mi a.i. Nip 3.bhw 3umt......L hg* .'bb rFudm~lblu1 .ob.......-.. 11.4 Jal. md um' IlaI..Dbsclh., tress 35.@. up. 11lt kumbum. Us.. 2 d.. .p. Rail.' H.. Us.. 81.0 up. Jail.' Il...., t..P1.75 up. New Is do U~m , buy. 8 3,063 BRAl. OF VMAI /183?. Iast night about 7 o'clouc, the cry of fire was heard on the streets, and it was soon diucuvered that Joe Hlerring's barn was on lire. Joe had about ten teo of hay on and around the barn, which was entirely consumed by the Saames. The boys fought bravely to suppress the tire but it was of no avail, There is great necessity for immediate steps toward provkling better protection against this element of destruction. A movement is on foot to organise a private dancing club, to meet 'ance in two weeks during the winter, and ex change social greetings in the manay dance. We cordially commend this movement, as it will greatly relieve the monotony of as hug winter, and lend a social life to our town that will be of great benefit to a...

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. — 8 November 1883

£IeMd £flinTurMa 2omu. _ 14.Maiden aud Mdagmis,Thursday, November 8, 1883a. - Price lOctB UISDAY, Nov, 8, IS.M8 BVZKY Till IWDAY VII' V31OOMLAN. R P ski Pr. w Br Cliss. Itar. I ?nf.lrdoual Cards. M. TRUDELL, Attarney at Law, opposite 'lineral Argus ()tHit. Blankes ad Convmyancea attenided to an short %u\ice. C. DWINELLE. Notary Public, ICE AT RUSTLE, M. I. Blanks and Coivnvyatilwc' tilh~i end arttendeld to in shlort No~tice.. G. HATCH, riey-at-Law WHITE SULPHER SPRIN(S, Mi. 'I JAMES A. SMITH, orney at Law, MAJIDE, M. T. ic all Couirts of thr Te.rriltory. Miami Law a Spastalty, lly Jenkins, BARBER! ! II  t i " I "I ,, IAIR I)vINS,. hi the t1,-t Mat ' .ive himn (: cll. ROOMS IN CONNE(TION. A. R. BARROWS, trorltTErI oF bet Hotel. Tunsa.  T o1us AN I,. r. GENERAI STORE IN CONNECTION. - --- .Md Ihntwo .mow Fl dla Maiden Drug Store. 1)R. J. M. RA\ N, - PaTwr 't+' uT. w hEAI.EIg: IN ca DRUCS, OHEMICAL8, S' PATEINT +IF:,It'INK ,F .A.llo ll -- i Fin' e 'rToi It 5.1I., F.lylt l ir 1ntJ1 ...

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. — 8 November 1883

sht Wlasal )gvs. FELL A VOOMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - MONTANA. CONDENSED NEWS Waehmgtow News lutes. The views o asenator respecting the elec tion of omoer at that body at the coming msession are as follows: The senate will contain seven new members who were not a party to the old can rme, so that they will not feel bou-d by its deision. A new caucus will therefore be held by the repubhlcans and democrats, too, for the matter. and the decision of this canu on will be ,o1mused in by all. Interest at tabee alone to the republicans, they being in the majority. The r publican caucus -wil probablty nominate Col. George Hook er for sergeant at arms, George U. Gorbam for secretary, and James R. Young for exe cutive c!erk. There is believed to be no foundation for the reports which have been current to the eflct that two or three sena tors will not vote for Gorham for secretary. lail an=d lit er News. The Portland Oregonian attrihutes the postponement of the railroad confereuce at Kansas Cit...

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. — 8 November 1883

blrmm of the country sem. to eonditio--not boom s uear or two age-but fairly and remunoeratve. The _iWM of lares bea. only a pro to the belasem oRfifty millions Mg in Maine has improved legislatIon removing some from that industry. Fur. 11 be made in that direc is any one thing that mersan is the figure cut by P in the commerce of the at of hard money in the of the Unilted Iates i. 155, pie saecurity aginst a money Stooka.od, bad and indifferent aetauate from day to day like reook, but a panic cannot come realin of the bulls and beare the month of September there in the customs districts of Bal Ba.toa, Detroit. Huron, M!nne Owaemna, New York, Pasasma ,'Philadelphia, and an Francis p pesners, of whom 45,819 3s, 13,538 citisens of the States returned from abroad, aioen. not Intending to remain nited States. ner Dudley recommends penoion list be enlarged so as e esoute, which were pretty paid, while the most important was frequently performed by vs. In cases of peculiar merit hip cong...

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. — 8 November 1883

MAIDEN, THURSDAY, Nov. b, 1553. PVPUDSD EVINY THUNdDAY BY FULL & VEOOXAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPION: Ol Uz.m......... Rcoo O Yew............. . . ...................... i Lao CLUB RATM: imig Review sd Argu. umay 7ea.... ......... w ADVERTISING RATIP : 1 Las. me· Im"I.................................. 1.00 S .......... ................ 3.00 1 u a ...................... .................lo tt 1 u., 0 100 year ................. Ilpecial rmie give emn large space mmd staadieg locesal Natosma. i J. K Murray . .. .... obate Judge J P ...........j. ·.... ..... Illeuun L Rotwett.............................. llek and Itennlnk 1 N'. D. Carero· ······- ·- ······.......................... h rf him AlesNichols.....................,y.pup t. of Pchw rng. lND IS5PTV ISOWn'S. K A. fmn. Umir BShra White Pulpber Spring Da. Csmwlsy. Depaaty Pb.................. Obrl . Huq ioo. Deputy berlf............ . Parke~r 0 iO erf While...i.... . . . . ...jain COUNTY a'OxezeeaoaR,ag 1' R. W. Chrk, Cbaiar. White P...

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. — 8 November 1883

Ol li kIIII·I~la 9323MPAY Uv3xI16. Lu., . Tc, C P W. L m, . M how a. rmu o ·x~q.. urr Mwwdt. D R ~ . x .w tame *C.nti . aim':. b. . KUiN A ! EIWO1 WAGEIII IN. tLr ·I MN.. T. .C Porn. Prpr AII. vuu.w o I.t ~.. P LOC AL NEWS. has the star. kagiving, the 20th. w winter has passed. will care for Erwin now? n summer- beautiful weather. e twenty-five tons of salt arrived Collar this week. dogs killed Sunday. What a the tin can industry. rd, Gardner & Co. received four bads of stoves Sunday last con. of cook and heating stoves. Dinsmore, of Benton, spent a r in Mliden, last week. He ii imnpreseion of our camp altl a rapid growth from this time z the finest hotels in Montana, rand Union, of Benton. The h s are popular gentlemen and h to set a good table. Rates Ig per day. sixty head of cattle were em in hauling the freight that in town Hunday. It looked at La though a cattle ranch had ted on Main street. & Davenport, of Helena, have located on kDog Creek with a 3,000 sheep. We under...

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. — 8 November 1883

A STRANGE STORY. OUe wIarper'sa pelenoe In a New YTok Hotel. In the latter part of April, 187:1, I went to the Metropolitan hotel in New York. whbh Is situated at the corner of Broadway and Prince streets, and was sialgaed to room "242." This room fronted on Prince street and was about 10 feet wide by 15 long, with an alcove for the bed adjoining the main hall, while a narrow hall led from the nacin hall to the room by the side of the al eove. I am thus particular in describing the room because it has a direct bearing upon the story I shall relate. The room has but one window and bedside that is the fireplace, and both together take up the entire wall space. An old-fashioned bureau stood by the window on the left hand on entering the room. A stationary wash-stand, with a movable gas burner above, was placed between the bureau and the door lead ing luto tihe little hall. A rather faded Brusuels carpet covered the floor, and a small oval marble-topped table stood in the center of th...

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. — 8 November 1883

~il. to he cotto allis idm katest traln In Amerla l.rseeoa uepress on the Canada railway, which leaves Cotesa S1at and reaches Ottawa, dis allr., at 7.0. havin made one me ainwte at Alexandrk. -. T tULa t nlhalbworld In the "'FIl Dutchman," which oppnY vfrom London to dino 1 o 18 14 mile., in a at of fifty-nine and m an hour. Ip Ludwig, which ailed Antterp, Belgium, for Montreal moaths ago, and has not since been rom , has boen given up as eost. were seventy persons on board, ty-four of whem were passengers. ilfmn, Ill., the manufacturin ao of Chicago, has sucoessfully tried a vel system of sewerage. The town cult to drain, lying on the prairie rise or fall and without streams. sewers were built, emptying into a en tank from which the sewerage pumped through a twenty-inch to a farm three miles away. The of the system was 80,(tKo, and the returns a profit of 88,500 a year, or than 5 per cent. on the invest I. be Burmese would he known any. are by their fruits, such is the strong I pe...

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. — 8 November 1883

Joe Jobhsod' dog "Ukookum" is so more. He (the dog) misook a little blaek-and-tan, belnkging to Charles Droesh, for a mountain rat, and took him by the back shaking the daylights out of him. Droeh's boy, with alittle gun, hunted up Skookum and bored him through with lead. Poor Skookum I ran home, laid down on the steps, and ! after a few farewell howls, rolled over sad died. Skookum was born Feb. 31,1881, was a full-blooded shepherd - lees the tail, that appendage Ising lo,--and was sired by Bill Pott's dog Skooktun; dam, Hamilton & Landusky s Bridget, of the ! shepphrd persuasion, also shurt of tail. 8kookumn was decently interred Mon-' day afternoon, and all the dogs, a,' knowledging their better, followed in salence their poor brother's remains. Poor Shookum is dead. He lien hn bis bed, With nary a stone To mark his head. In the came of Joe Johnson vs. ('lns. Drosch, for the shooting o'f Johnson's dog. The court lined Mr. 1)rth l$10 and cott. Ten big Amnericalu dollars more f...

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. — 15 November 1883

I5. ___ Maidon and Maginnis Thursday, November 15, i883. Price 10 Cents 'RUDAY, Nov. 15,188. 3VERY THLUaDAY BY X bTROXAN. * ghwg P. R as se-ed eu s senaer. U. TRUDF.LL, Atteney at Law, Sopposite Mineral Argis Office. Wlanki'and Convaeancer attended $o on tihort Notice. C. DWINELLE, Notary Public, FICE AT RUSTLE, M. T. Blanks and Convayances filled and attended to in Short Notice. G. HATCH, rney-at-Law WHITE SUI.PHLR SPRINGS, M. I. JAXUS A. rXITH, rney at Law, MAIDEN, M. T. icc in all Court' of the Territory. ianq Lsss a spsIsTMI, M. ESLER, Notary Public. veynnIuing. lAyal hbalnk$ of all filled out mul3 acknowlcdg d. Ur Morra.I Was, MIAll)EX, M. T. .WATICltMAN. i.I . I, "M INTIRE. AIERMAN & McINTIRE. ORNEYS AT LAW FT. BENSTIN, M. T. stienld to ill ltusitiow ittruited to ceare from Maniden and vieinity. Hsmilton & Witherall, 1E.\i.E1L$ IN Liquors & Cigars,' READ OF MAIN 8TREET, n, - Kontana. ity Bakery. N11CENT (IES, Prop r. Bread, Pies, &c. EVERY DAY. rext Ih.sr west ...

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. — 15 November 1883

ýSt gJaLnaI Axgus. Ptl.Is A VhooMAN. Publishers. MAII)MN, . - - MONTANA. CONDENSED NEWS. Washlagi e eu howes Notes. It i. understood that while the appoi nti msent of Judge J. i. Heancroft Mievis as rem poter of lte supre.es cwurl has been de .daedn u lb the ublic mlslWUtiWWCle itt il der isurgerto "1,5ciw tiwe lur lb. me 1isod"u of his suits.mOr In iam court 411 satuese a p1e s-sfir whdth ii I. maid there are m"sentrisnsing compelitot. On Tuesday ntxt the tish cosuadeadton will mstd out iromn Washlintio 4Li,thK) young earp lesl distribulion its Witonain, tlinneno ia and itgsutr . President Villard has Isin dered the conn siatash a free oar over the Northern ic tis. to he used Ir conveysug the Ash to their destiuation. The adjulant genera's annual report tont lalisa lb. ver slgnitstosit adtlmeissitn thai, it spite uf every efsort, it has bon atEmse aible to And satiiebfatory reeruite tI Lii even our Iotsusal armsy of gib (lt) wmen. Med of thes, whi were sooepted nearly ens- all were...

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. — 15 November 1883

The pgedentbhesappoleted Thursday eth of November as a day of Na Ilomsl Thapkaaiviag. The governors of the various states are appointing the lassday by proclamation. There are those who thiak that thisbu sines bhould be leA to governors, as it was exclusive be3.rn the war, or to the p realden La it is, there is a little too secnId Addling. trade of this country ma eseallat showing on our side the accoant, and eaght to have a good leet on genesl badleas. The value of ew' exspris of merbsandiss and manu fitures for the twelve montha ending September 30 was 01!S,20,946, being an iasrease of Q4,638 I03 over the corre speedlag period last year. The balance of trade-that is, the value of our exports ever our inports for the paet twelve .aothe-isilI,326,*IS. These are very enaoeraglg iguresa. Investigation of the reports of frosen wheat shows that the damage. though serious, is not so great as at first repre seuted. Fall ploughing and early sow lAg in the spring,wheneverpracticeable, will ...

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. — 15 November 1883

the ~iua1 ULoo MAIDEN, TIHCRSD.iY1. Nov 10i, -i- IflBi.iLilD KVT.1I' FELT, & VROOMAN. TERMS OF SUBricPI1Il Si P"t".. ... Mae 13 Ii.. of t'. I t '. ofInht II Ien .1 I. cit c and I' tfl, A. ..' ' so c .c 'tot. t-, twi4L (fni Ki tlve a:' o o. recesve I. p At the pro . mines of thi: d:ýtrl l ed. trough Mn .tu large city in the It!a tit reot iin a leave us on an equ R e "";, tC ' majority of Montana town, , best of grazing and agi cu!tura! rt sources, and a most des raile h1. Nothing more fast ral te to the ite'or prospenty and rapid groath ,t 3 COW munity in the states a d si.ei a pected tiar, this, but we atr don' bissed; the mines are here an! pul ing as rich as any known in Aennrrc.i Not a day passes but nlea r.a s are discovered and rich veins of ore ex posed to view. Confidence on all sides is being expressed, and such as far fortiast enough to own ne-al peospasy it the d strict, p.efer t t; asd develsp rnther It an r it lea1st an tAy value :t at The rct.ult o,' f~r wcz:kI; c I...

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. — 15 November 1883

WIDEN LODGE, 'ie. ?M. 4. 1. u !7. Taws, U. W. C. H. WaLCTon. it STAGE LINEC. ~C¶SN entv £-D MIA1LEV 1?acrC WIC bsr £ Co, Vroprtoto,, i.. 1 ' i tlta p'tt~1ttNt Stn.Ati! 8n rWýftf\t. LZI11t lt~ 7s. m r!( '. toTr A'.'O-.tf\t 1'. ! IIIrg n tititton. }ytLý1 CtLO'tt OTAtit LItti. : jAtbtet' at : O.! ftr atI~e to %! 0t..:.'. I LOCAL t 1 V:. ry Bancher, -of JTitiii~,,i (,tv 1 ng Mo~idern. * sound of thei hamin. :n. K in the gulli. L anldt has n '".Ilarai- asi.. choice line of Ii I:oro. in.erd, (ardner & Co '-%c or Iargis lui IIof t,O '1Ž e t. week. 't forget ties U U V ball. I tni I ). eve~r giviln iii t:. C "l 1'. M. li'ud.Il *~,. Inrý. ih..t we' is '~: 1.., 1 I T. tor Jim,us If oi Nleck lu"k":l;',: w he .1.1 .1 t 1 , ii c ii 1111 j, ," 1iul '1 1 ,.,. -.It wrf I r.l .1f f .tit.f% t M .,. ft t.'^\.\ ofi I hr: I, .~ . -1 Vh I.. Att o.. , I iD'tn.nar. 'IIi... ¶.. thisntºon;Idi ii I I a IfI) It Itl . toe Us.. lt " .. R7theg111 +, Ira.4 mn tto I1....., .t Sw .1 \Lltke'y, at C. n~iiI' I.I.PI...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 15 November 1883

1H3 HOT, TaE CO W AND 1M3 33. An bumble boy, with a Shining pil. Wentgldy alasegg To where the cow with The bijodle tail On Clover her palate did An humble bee did 'Gaily gaul Par over the seft and Shadowy vale. To where the boy, with The sbiling iall. Wae milking the cow With the brindle tall. The bee lit down on the Cow's left ear; Her ears flew up through The atmns here And, through the leaves of A Chestnut tree, The boy soared into Eteasoty. -N. Y. Life. How the Old LaceyBeat John. The Judge's itory About the Will That Wasn't Finiehed. Dr. Prime In the Joornal of Commerce. We had been dicing out some miles in the uiternoon, and coming home in the tailight, pasied asubdtantial lauki'g though very old flhruu houwe, with 1o1n fortuble burns 1nti on buildings indicr In a well to do honeehola**r. Thl rich I.t tom lands which stretched awuY a hall mile from the riv, to the hill eluoe covered with haundant hirch cod nmape were luXuriant wilt grziI and corn. Toat eVening, WHul we Were e...

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. — 15 November 1883

FATAL SHOT. alu , the oamtuer or She Bnep Loaves the Gans on age Rtem Beauty, and RUbi a eusen lMandad Ow Mar btpateh of October 5 says: agoe his wife, Alee Haller, ot the 31d, by Johaeton and woonding of the man Swon the acafeees of t to ligbt a tary whids romaace and hbe end of two and sorrow to a 8i for was a member of the It ctowd, and a knight of the n Jessa and Frank amuns were upon with a sort of mock hero was a fearlere devil and in the he was as handsome as Murat, in seee of the bloodleat engage t blshted the west. He went tree when that reckless but boe an vocled dewn upon an cthe blood etaine people on the blackened rains homes. He was a trusted coou the lamees bov, and when it was lr them to go to their home in ty, Mo., Haller volunteered the mission. nee to the James brothers was the yause of these daring mis. [es tad a sweetheart who lived peadeace, the cannty seat of Co., Mo. Her name was Alice She was pretty and the daugh prominent Southern wan. She Iel, lake her liv...

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. — 15 November 1883

Taims n-w pam osough the Mulian tuned. Hoe. Mastsa Magiuuis is back from the Pale Boast. The oemaa chonide now pub lishes a daily edition. Ara Helena's city asessment for 1883 - will foot up $4.750,200" CoL. and Mrs. Sanders, celebrated their quarter century marriage, at Helena, Saturday, Oct. s7th. A fierce wind storm visted fig' ' ston, recently, blowing down the D. A bone building, entailng quite a loss to the owners. ht and It is reported that a tract of placer r near Mammoth Hot Spring been sol to Baltimore captalists for =1oo0ooo0 fasrok from the artesian well at Wi10 City have beenforware for assay. Thqy resemble black car- Pre boeam at silver. Wolves are quite numerous on the - Maries and stock men are beconsn C. alarmed, as they have lost several of cattle lady John L Sullivan will visit Butte next mouth and the boys may then size up the di~oence between the Boston Boy and the Chicago Trojan.-Miner. There are now eleven daily papers in Montana and twenty-two weeklies. Monta...

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