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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 22 November 1883

Maiden and Magmas, Thurday, November 22, 1883. Pioe 10 CepNts br ui !1hdDAY Dy s p. s * O** Aflse~ at Law., Il~hak and Cocvayyanceu atten( to on Macit Notice. j C. DWINKLLE, Notary PublIo, OFFICE AT RUSTLE, M. T. PI Banks and comv~yaanoe fihlec pt and attended to in Mthort Notice. G. HATCH, Lttorney-at-Law WHITR SULPHER SPRINGS. H. T. JAMUS A. SMITH, Lttorney at Law, MAIDEN, M. T. igticee in ail Courts of the Territory fimng Lm a *sll, L. ESLER, Notary Public. mnveyancing. Legal blankm of al, do filled out and acknowledged. IEt AT NQITAMA im3a. MAIDEN. M. T. WATMA3. It. 0. ?IC INTEIM. WATERMAN & McINTIRE, TYO RlY AT LAW FT. BENTON, M. T. attaed to all bu sinea intrusted to r care from Maiden and vicinity. Ramilton & Witherall, DEALERS IN iUquo s & Cigars, HEAD OF MAIN STREET, S - ontana. ity Bakery. VINCENT GIE$, Propr. Bread, Pies, &c. EVERY DAY. ot Door west of Argun Office, MAIDE't. NT Ily Jenkins, BARBER! HAIR CL'TTIO, SHAm OIOcro, Buaxrooixo, HaZE DYINa, In the ...

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. — 22 November 1883

p. 3iunal ).ps. WELL £ VaoEeAN. Publlhmes. MAIDEN, - MONTANA. The Theakagiving proclamation of Gov. Waller of Conne4est is short and pithy. It reads: "Irecommead to the people of this Oom monweslth tbht they celebrate thisjoyous festival by words of loving kiadames, by deeds of Christian charity sad by grateful olerings to Almighty bed of praise. thanksgivingfand prayer." What more could he have mid? The wonderful progrem of society in the pst hundred yeahs sad more I. al most beyond description. The activity 1ithe huamsahind in inventlugand per hesting the steam engine, the locomo tive, the telegraph, the cable, the tele phone, sad the other great awakening brew of the day, has been by philoeo phers attributed largely to the freedom of thought, the spread of information and the easy interchange of ideas which Is the specIal work of the news paper. The seusational papers are already publishing outlinesof President Arther's meaee. It is safe to my they know nothing about it, and that...

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. — 22 November 1883

!UW AWAID BSUIING. as ~ses UaLsaWUe.&. I mots e dae seo do they pee I m d" mi Miss Mrsh Jenkias wbt I esprseaes f her Hls xies, as ise her epeatebee ere her amos, - reptimed as it eavelope the had bee reedmgto her Mead lattey. "K think I yday s weill as meat folks, an' to flown ayard as' her chit. eander that heed." ' th me your ewe kin," Repabeh, depreeetingtI, "Wt i for 'em to look to yon." J I'st em look. They'll tlake it out io . I td Tom when he married Deymed that the day'd come when ree it. She was asler spindiin' an' eW helplem. Bet Tom was that I he woetdn'tl eten to nobody. I epeat his list meat is boysa' that over to Milford, an' then had to It before he could start his ni IdMisse Hopeibab. who wes a kindly d soel. "31 he'd a lived a acople o' an moen he'd paid for the place an' k BaSrsa oohbrtsble. I sboulda't odar but she's had a hard pull these ajear to get along with those three "Meet likely she has. But ( don't see ria celedl on to shoulder her burdeAs lb her. Go...

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. — 22 November 1883

KAIDL'I, THUMhI)A Y, Nov. 2~2, IMM:1Iii IIUpdflW gYRkV T1'413tFAY 1Y 73LL &; VROOMAN. r TERM~S OF t. CB$( UIP10 : I Ala ý nm ......... ....ba.......t2o Mimngn Riaview and Argtu, u1e$ar g. r....FjW 1 &.eb, ow iIunel o .. . . 1 t "' m yer./ 3p~niai raise given on targp .pave and standlng .dvarti/en~ina.. Offlen.4 Uub11" Ceuaiy. Li urrne y . . I ..c I'O.1 " g M l. A ltea . ln i, c l ct . *. . Ivan a h.1.,'11Nl lll iW. A r. ~d~ h" N 111"hl'1 Irn{ I tjl,,i'., I )oi& n in M unievubb ist wick the thvrbuiubbct uiidut hel hi ni 20 to dcrgrs~ hekiw ,eiu. w bile here In I1~ crib Mntanatbt~. Iiedpik ttbr woiking; otii dotors in their ediirt idret es. Greait 111L Ki.kv t' I unt.ui I Iu-h.ixni~lni with it, 1.1t eiue. ne. t led It, eight I Aflbbtbhr,.bi% \%e V. ill' iur t .nt tirnlO tar)' the sit tc In the hut iii thliu pacit lb l" Ieiiihu~ h',.ibh1i,1 .1 tat, bol comhity IýtiLight me't'.~ V ei ~ IieyhIl hr.hc it Iha/uthi Lihe~ulr hue l with *ttiuI.iduc~l tiiranutii Wetr tuuinrrp II a'...

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. — 22 November 1883

suYUIT WV1I`.1OAY 3VWNGo. 3MW . r. W. C. IL WUe"O??, A. Wv Nb NUNE ewLIO A ..Pn i.`.ý L. P. Wtltam.r ý, Or . riv.. at P. re. - . .T. .&S. Cusi..a at be s.d on" s4 s. C oes r'r 1 fIU . T.Ttw toA5 JaLdnFt IY ~M1 LOCAL NEWS. tht Snow is with on again-we refer to C.0 ter Sheriff M. D. Cameron left Monday & home after a protracted business the ent here. Iof Hr. J. Kemper will arrive home ed ursday evening. His friends are in :ioua to meet him. jti A. M. Thompson left Wednesday en morning for Billings, where he will or a largo stock of winter goods. A log building is being erected in Ford's gulch just below the Collar mill, th end will be occupied as a saloon. In another column will be found an article on our stock interests, fronm the pen of one who is able to present this industry in a readable and intelligenti Dept. SheriffEugene Erwin, and Con stable Fletcher left for White Sulphur Springs last Saturday, having in charge R. L. Finkell, committed to the county' jail on a charge...

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. — 22 November 1883

OLD MIIOIIB "And pee'R amag S If wee pemIly "Yes, Of muses; new do p.. dear, I've been beoe qloge hes mough." "Nomasael Come her, Madge; I want you particularly." "Oh, .ea't, Re:r"---the lat erdsa amdii having rather a smothered eeand. 0 0 * *0 ** *C "Alice, do shat that door; these peo. pie seem to think that every one must Sess imperviomsto drangbhae they are." And as her youager niece roes to obey Miss Owen said, sharply, "And why o. earth does she call him 'Rex" instead of his ewn name?" "Some love-nonsense, I suppose," aid Alice, with a yawn; "they are silly enough for anything." And she went beck bo her book, while her aunt went on with her knitting, and thought of Alice's words. "Some love nonsense." Ah! she could remember the time when she had stood by that very hall-door wbere Madge and her lover were now quit, as happy, que as thoughtlew sad quite as cooteuted. - What a l time it need to take Har ry to ear night, an,! how she used to waich nutil he wag quite out of sight u...

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. — 22 November 1883

igii. M evag aMy imprpss *eins eaut esether. Sh enee eaR utmew ise~ab the asheutee boom"h. ois the sutahe or leaf s, em latha hsit A psis eat seread sleadte l pees a of hay l/ eave amdu the thr ;fthe de eavest ant the emisa elpiss ami the sharp ef ibepsust. sals eatto creete a essuetel deieds radmat. this way t rillat haceolate all sadiats frorn a aater. Whoa d ible hallus oaer the heade of maw erass, spear armt Illast redeettoss of water multi its raJhaaes sad emuatless myri wild fowl oir aaay-olokwed plum mwy soýeit of the intensity is the fols.. without its positive btlo $1)* rr or the artist. As sus we asee the pler moera a tabe r leur feet above the water; the may dessad lower; thep press Ia shadow and the mangrove, a Ia deeper water. 8o. too. yuk betrays the hard fi soona a loam base, the man orackish water, and the exture of foliage some character the roll.-lW. W. Harney in New Times-Democrat. uba 7 M -larramem. dree who believe in early mar s, s we do, the following story, t...

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. — 22 November 1883

D Iw is to have a noon Phlidelphia had gsat marriages last year; 9S! increse. James ,Maley, of Jennie Cramer wme, was to go on th~e sage. There are nine Knights of Labor members in the Ohio legislature. The Original Mining Company, of Butte, Montana, have paid this month their a6th successive monthly divi dend, aggregating $3,ooo. A total of $18,ooo. The Pioneer Press says that Mon tana, on account of her politics, may be admitted as a state by a Democratic congress, while Republican Dakota, with its much larger population, will be left out in the cold. It sometimes happens that a man gets drunk and ;oes home to whip his wife, but in Miles City lives a man who gets drunk and goes home to have his wife whip him. There should be more such cases, not of drunken men, but of muscular women. A Deer Lodge correspondent of the Miner writes that Marshal Botkin and guard Lockwood have been relieved from duty at the penitent a-y. No cause is assigned for Col Botamn's re mnoval; in Lockwood's c...

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. — 29 November 1883

- ThumbPL, 29l&__cebsi M.T "c*gvMon1 huOS ied la hl bktt Nosiee. -at-Law Lstg tg. i'aso, aU. T. ' at Law, n o .and ai Land lal " led to. aguTAMA. ESLkL , ry Public. neing. Lgal blanka of all l out and acknowledged. MOgIT $A uNIN, MAIDE% N T !1. (I. MC lTIRE RMAN & McINTIRE, YRMSY Al LAW FT. BENThN, M. T. to all bisinem' intruted to from Maiden and vicinity. &m Withwarol, DmSALK B I Liquors&CiGds' lAD OF MAIN STREET, yBakeryi CENT OIFS, Prop r. Bread, Plea, &C. EVERY DAY. DDoor went of Argos omfe, KAT~Ib >L T. ly Jenkins,1 RBER!I 11Am Crrnruo, " Anuxwootax, ifsa DvLia , L ath.e D4t Man ner., Olve him a call Ubo s DONNE o lON. I R. BARROW., t Hotel. theSI Mamam su. Dils sTORE IN uucION. 3. UJr p.J. L, LAw, . awnsason. eV.SIoW(SS8ALS, Rage aepsa, hscy Hair asd rme" rfe , &c. hUs Lane or erSnwasmy. sens.s umm% as a her smacom CUSAs AND DUN 0NAM 07 T¶)flA(UD A UN(IAZRf. John J. (ampbell, Dealer in Gio&ies and Provisions, Wines, Liquors AND CIGAS. Andersonvi...

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. — 29 November 1883

MSe gtasaI 4agis. FIEL A VROOMAN. uhblisber. MAIDWN, - MONTANA. The eteal net revennes of the national goverement for the fieal year ending the auth of June was pl0s,987,681 a do ereese of P,2S7,d88 from the receipts of the year preceding. In the United mitate there 64,608 cler gymen and 64,137 lawyere-a majority of 561 clergymen. There are 86,671 phy* sicians, being 21,136 more doctors than lawyers-but such doctorsand euch law yers-some of them! The vote on the proposition to abolish convict contract labor from the New York elate prisons, gives a majority of over 235,000 in favor of the proposition. All the aristocratic influence of the state wes against the proposition, including lIarper's Weeklybut the mechanics and workingmen carried it through. lien. lasen, chief of the weather bu rema, wants more money-and so do the chihe of all the other bureaux in Wash ington-and they also want enlarged powers-and no do almost every other emicli. But our guvernment is one of limited powers. ...

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. — 29 November 1883

A,ýýtwgý r " t' . .d M , isb b.. `obis O l Mke's lptas~endor. Jitsamst that Sw people are 1 they do ea sad ear as l*,ry by gmqsslag too plea. fhu. la shy other way. A well. wheel will eadure ceausnt wear tes toteesty4ve Afars, V ctare is to ase the rsiht kind "ad'roper t4 ; ot ieb thi matter is ate~e to, it will be seed up ia at dM years. lard ahould sever onwets for it will penetrate work Itsway o tesoonda we o I.the beatbri cator ea adetress, and castor oil for hubs, but many of the patent axsle ar also esoillent, apd have the of being c tr and mire con. 1. "t lli.ds raseog to g t it ssllgbt oating. The r then more, for the sarplus put will work out at the ends, hbe by the shoulder bands and nut into the hub aroned the outside boxes. To oil an iron axletree, wipe the spindle clean, wet with of turpentine, and then apply a drope of castor oil sear the sbou er end. One tempoeenhl is samdeat whole. help sand Uletent Sitaer. y many families desire some Inez we device for altering rain...

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. — 29 November 1883

W&RuDSI. mUDAY*, Iiar.1, am ac3*a - f ?4r I! 7$LL i V'OOEAL* usm o? suIncnfl'I: AIJKZRTISING RATFA: - I taob - ImfW in.- . .... ...._»... Lee pi i ,ls giw .... IMP ... a 1aiI mu..1 d ~eUsPsr u. 3. L ]itamie.. ... Da lam Mir Aliea Iiiehub. K~r . ..-- .. .....:ý. ...e. of lehig umm AND MMt? awV1L8 r a 4 W h ite S~a / K u ip h er r~ d a i t[. W. Chub. s mir Wh~. hit. ~ U jheel~~ Ron. Mvtin Maginnis is on his i way to Washington to fill his position l " MontaMa's delegate in Congress. California has a girl who supports herself by selling kisses at uo cents a dozen.-Ex. That girl could make a fortune in Montana. We will take a job-lot at 9 cents. A Toronto father compelled a madi al student named Aadersof to marry his daughter at the point of a revolver. Evidently I new way of "popping" the question. A Brooklyn girl chased a thief, who had snatched her pocket book, two blocks, when he dropped it out of fright. It probably contained a car ticket and her winter's supply of spruce gum. ...

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. — 29 November 1883

Q L ILm~3 1M~rtt. 5 NEWS. subitbs. gJuowraeiomel hotel hr your Game " is bway to put it 'nyee eam for beer. Cur Ie" is gols to llane the wie. bepllsty eemnmd for spateing the behseas oil soMd In bath very low. asoy there is only one sabwer than a bal team, vis: our Tneer b aboset on a brief visit home to bSaton. He espects to expected that the elite of Maiden be in atteedeace at the ball this I Davis have just completed wiem collar in the reel of the Trinor has moved his meet et Into wht is known as the "Old Meet Market," n maIn street. l.. lIakel, has been declared in sand is now on his war to Deer ..th I aenty Erwin in charge. Junctioon and Bsaton coaches both lost in the storm last lasur. and re.Iained out over night. iss Belle Brown, who resides at the has been secured to teach the rteni of school at Stewart's Joe Wolfe is dining a well in the of the International hotel. The tiens are that he will find good r at a depth of 25 feet. There are strong rumors in circula that there w...

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. — 29 November 1883

Tee a" m as w -o ee( hW ap !U 74j S 6:i*l- - W TDie MR8 ese gbhs as pushk ties M als taern. M wrds rough ways o T ehi white rae iet aleteg S l hae lbseheblossobarhur, w emoh's load; wbrodes s wltbui, a"wa rbo the hardst roadf LA" ta while will make the Palt hler the tem. h All da~Intmoothd, and tel, Will cull eway the bramble, iladl g oely Wh1e raos blhamom there But when the mather's wekhtl eyes ar shrouded Away Irm r the s futhra men, And lb se dear 6in am ley wltua her Who" l eT abt them thea? Will they go itmhelngblindly is the dark Ol wor tearful shdes.d (Jr ted heg upland ulop.e of ptacan beauty Whose umalight asver faed.? How shall it he wIth her, the tender stran Fair fwd ead gentl eyed, Islar whame un taIned feet the world's rods highway Stretch. so strange and wide? AhI who may read the future? Par tiur darling We crave all blessinge sweet. And pray that ha who leeds the crying ravens Will guide thes h~b3'a tles. -Plorenes Pertly. WOOIN(, BY PROXY. She is leaning back in a...

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. — 29 November 1883

P bitsam.) 71r> Ilfdsla M~ ,ttrws* wan a~td. , - Sal elms. .imedhamed Hm~fd see. beaoa. 0:0 spsn' nin t be.lna a sd two eve iook&1n peiwa - "at ham». Os. -u R spin Gsenld. sad an. In Yowk, hile his shun b~seb. And the noble of lsham two dead thKamas City Journal. 8uclety Columa." baited women with large dat k Ineviably reseive the highest weed . Of this type is Miss-. The ha. a hee that might easily look the canvas of the old masters that sparkle and glow with that hidden fire which telongs to few; losion to which the delicate roe cast goaoulamouth w szpreson works sere devastation. eas lovely as a Mr Jone morn a ree as a roes that cline tender the windew lattice, and as gracefll clematis vine which encircles the with Ite tendrils. About her hir face, is a halo of golden hair. The r of the cheek is perfefl. The of the shoulders suggests the ar el. It is not surprislng that r maiden counts her victims to r pemsion by the score. Albons the Stomaoh. deusesay three-fourths of the...

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. — 29 November 1883

Srtam ewos "+ 1 ti J,,cuser C( , M. T., Nov. 18, M8. Iti Mamshr. Narwoed t Mann, of Billings, paid our thriving town a visit last week on business. h Joe. lharp, who left hers recently for Maiden, is back again and may be'h found at his barber shop, as heretofore: c We admit it is generally dangerous h to make any remarks in our column. It came from a source hlich will here after be void. fThe party 1oncerled will eventually tumble. Mr. Paul McCormick,who was thrown from his buggy, between Maiden and Flat Willow, a few days ago, resulting I, in a sprained arm and torn coat, hat" entirely recovered fromV the shock. J. Crimmin's new work-shop is now completed and is, we must say. the fitest in Eastern Montana. terry is prepared to do all kinds of work an hisl line and will guarantee satieft:tion. Mr. J. A. Read left for thw East on Sunday's express. lie a ill spetd the long winter months at his hul-iaes iml St. Joseph, Mo., and t ill return early next spring to make arrangement, for 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. — 6 December 1883

R 7 linerul 2tpu. 18. Maiden and Maginnis, Thursday, December 6, 1883. Price 10 Cents Bullion! Oeintg b.tween the eat eDi. 14 sad lath, 3a6. ahm ai UmUE use M b s.. sa... an a month ago the project a enterprise decided on erect fully equ pping, the most ample room. in the territory, the moment pans and spec wrs made and approved an mechanics have been busily I in the construction of the g located at the corner of d Montana streets. Siice, a4x85 feet, with 14 foot then complctcd. wi.l cost over It has an entice glass-fiont, ae being 36x5o inches, thus icient hght for bar, office and Thies, while the lower end of f will be lighted by the win Mo r t n.. MontAns street side on Montana street side. THE OFFICL. left of the door, enclosed by railing, will be found the hy carpeted, containing a e t office furniture, and safe. A few feet down at the end of oflice ra ling, This piece of furnitue as long, of the most modern de will be found to contain £ that one can desire or to find in an est...

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. — 6 December 1883

YVM14 * YDOOMAJ. P.Mii.uU.. MA I DMN MONTANA. A New York earriage-maker, at a meetangofmanufacturers in New Haven 'ameetly. sid: "On4olte aseeouie wants of this cuontry and of our trade In anaid soys. Our boys are deteriorating, as out mee. The grestedt dilieulty that we ewperiens" In New York is that of ueWng boys who have brains and are wilitag to learn a trade thorouishly. The esample of men who have made millione in a low years I. held up before oer boys in mehoul, and the hove be* eame maAcmed a th the nounoe that they muat make tih r milionse amu be able to found new oroan roads oolegee hie fere they di do they eechew trade and become oor profeatunale." Washitgton is a most delightful sity to viesta aany season of the year. ned is getpag to he the MeosM of Ammerloass. It lathe Onestoaphtal in the world, and most delightful residence to Asuaertose who have fortteseto settle down on, as well as to those who.. means of livelihood are there. It contains tile elegance of a city of ...

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. — 6 December 1883

I ooIvxB T ?a fubw uNm. J. - -i. dos lb. - mat bs or. flinmihv T~Umb aar as -aH1 w bar hurarma mad Otumiimon am m biuisad ubad. *liW ..r ah.bU. vii hay b~m ar milm md bam bar an maria pubapa hr mmy am. Mn a, GEsa cr- t pay bmbb pmoiam Thamevkp Day. V.3 law. you muty. Wal hays you .aid ohsw utah.. yor hawe bhasp. Tor hkb. Ieas ham F you gi t A pailk Ohmaibma, tam, may fly.. no Hank arspaat you assN Year i*usd housty I refm. lt*gi fo M Ohs Mik lay isay mya an. glom away. Lot rings Ism.KElan a yaks aheoad: "Whoe bip a Ge's paor doo loa Ohs Whet to your wealm W'd hae. to know To have it. you meot let 4 go. Thlek yes the band by es.es trunk Wmil Yed aew power to elebh lb gsoldt mbs hew no peaets do they say? Dheel, I show yo0 than the war. Ieals not till dmat shall shut the door, Bat mad yeaw argues beso. Lot be theat lv efth hebrd To help God's poor doth lead the Lord. ibdey. my brethbeu-do net wilt; Tader standes Dome Kelly's gate And would you builds menls hfr Rh Hear., mud your lumbe...

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. — 6 December 1883

MAIDEN, THURSDAY, Dec. G. 189'3 PVLISHED KVERY THURSDAY BY FULL & VROOMAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRII'ION: Six months ..O One Year . ...... A CLUB RATES: Mining Review and Argune one year .....J ADVERTISING RITES: I inch. one invrrteon 100 1 .. . month ... 1 l six .1'W 1 one year 24.00 Special rates gIven on large space and standing adeerti eanen. Iuano r,15 mots irriine. Offmaers of Meaher Comnfy. J. E. Murray ........... ....U u it da W. l). ('asneren . ... S r Na.. All ic e ihol ..... ... u. S u I UNDER AND rEtTY 11IIrk E. A. Keys, Under Sheriafl heia ulph.-r Den Croneley. ls-putt Sheif. ........ eat(Ihu Te. teedl~a. Deput S hera Whiteuln ('OlITY ('iMYlaali'dN Ii. H. W. Clark. (hairmoa,, 11 late >ilph, r pr Cajat. Stinaed. (nk n rr u ... W ftllaim Burkina.... . ....'t1" It is estimated that 20.cco peole visited the National Palk, dur.ing t ic past season. A Chicago man, the other d i. attached a poor woman" ho: stove All) a mortgage.-Ex. We th ii ht ths fellow woudt turn up to ('Ii...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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