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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 6 December 1883

3YV Y W3ZD2IPDAY EVENING: 3W. C. H. Wou-orT. It * TMlE Lm"E. " T £363 NAtIKIW STA4O3 LINK. -V. - ttFt MS.,i..n'. it...,t 7 a. n.. M. W.AF. Arr... p Biling~ and (Demon. 3LLIN~ A RZN41O? '1W ? Sad uinlaudafr. LOCAL NEWS. Joseph Herring his our Iii w~k. eeIgdlnt Jelly take.. Joseph Huerring an I a if,' bo ilod I rejuuilt a jnully ti 'ot.. Rs. Ri sienusolu, itiu ter LAndusky'N own *.in"- I and livery offter le run I bt, lwned f r bumines . Thies wt tok a la rge tr wnsp ron r. . I rat tin! t r o k ' I b~r l a rat t" of ."'t11 'I it ..1.. :ttltured by hter.,tf ill tlh. N,, tl *n tinturch~y. ShI It ot i , temlpting mun:..< sk Sage a little o-olt, a tuhisnnn m- r0:it. it deepes **""n ac'" u .1 an cobi that re-nitlte. Iu . tic and lawt Sunit y 'l .tlt td in his checks." andI fr. nt i <th e Katti to vi'it Ie kw unit tigaitt the e Pr stlays. 11e 4.spt. t- t. Nt of Jatnuar~y. \V tttsh hit Carney and it pleasanut and 1. tt 1 Floesr fr Sale. eral heeiedr.d I j,iiiid I r. ;or .%tl(. at .t Ia...

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. — 6 December 1883

PARK AND HOUSR om »o= tra.-Gain cop at rsaim (chspped,) eam esp attersat, one amp of e, eme asp of molmess, emn sad, .eklalf amps of woOew oaehalf cap ofI efes ar aasken,(powderd), and I A k halspie.Bae bstwe erode. I Os~assm Cax".-One asp of butter, two caps of sugar, one cup of milk, Bye cups of floor, and the yolks of six and whites of three egg. Bake iz layers on jelly I ties. The whites of three beaten i to a stiff troth with aoe cap oI <r the rated peel of am orsage sad the MasF of two, if laiss. opree the thin mix ture en to five layers, them add 'suga for the top suffcient to make a frosting. This is very nice. Ecome Squsnm Pzu.-M4tew the squash till very dry; press through a oollander; to each pint of squash allow one table. spoomfol each butter and cinnamon, one cup sugar, one teaspoonful glngr.a lit tie mift, sad a few crackers rolled very fne. Add milk according to judgment. Moms AND CumsM.-Swim guides and porters who have to bear extreme cold, which is always suppose...

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. — 6 December 1883

Speak VMuS" up. Y Nb sI~De. TaI.uw 3.. g h ,0 b uas" sIdl you af he -e mw. U-w hob U. md u) K a.. Tum*.V Um inoz.r td M trn .ei be. utbunt smeiimetUmi *s.. emcA Us..... is *t S.Mm .a. 1.5SI. I. -, We.z I -w w mm MAW bu. sziumOn..tU. .t Um.mluuh& 6.5 Dlo.I Umilt arm - Se he mm it w.ra~ldu et tare C. . msS4 Wnu. ITedi .. sisan tn would. hBet5.EF MiLM. Aiw= Duinwaul~sdd swa. ino. ridt.DfaloN m Y. r. IuIesaytl E Reaes.i a om wbe be barne d O IsIb dim h bwrý nliewomo.b »bsdbiseal epeeof is te born a boobi of Dr. Winl. haeini for wb Loop purobinad by dbgctlom end be wan ideallay rs Wostos ondone acre fdrond A 7,ie le. Vte. Sind, bq. Y.: dwvery adld woeater I -e eoter in boor froer Ibbase A a~pla~aaioadoII fts wees n t y ured W. A. " SeOs5ie sumw a , - p er. a~ ee w . tioU all K id ne y an d I' ,serf mral by aWnbu-lilbº" Si. has over eiJttlO in savings letesr Eo. Irs. Perry. Castle Ideselek, Ireland, Brown's Bron. I are than relferrd te: RBaving yr 'Bhemeal Troobes' vth me I yo.u to re...

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. — 6 December 1883

LOCAL N EWS. The Cmilar mill hasabut down for the winter. Consklerablefreightarrired this weak from Junction, for Maiden mechanta. Sixty-wevn cases of beer were frozen while en route for Brow n & Davis, from Junction. Capt. W. A. Miller and Lieut. Cabin niam, of the 18th infantry, mmde us a brief call Wednesday. Two wildcats were captured this week in Ford's gulch, below the Collamr. Ont was caught in a trap, the other shot. When you have lusiness at Whilt $ulphurmpringms, luit mThmearntogn," Dunhammm & Mui imey. proprietors. Deputy hheriffErwin and Vmmnstumle Fletcher arriced ihome Tueidmy frimm Deoer Lodge, lmaking it little weary from their long journey. Another quarrel over eards, and the usual "pop mulling" exercise induilge in. Erwin and Fletcher mamy have official business to Deer Lodge again soon. Parties wanting fresh mymters, either in bulk or by the man, will ie neemmim umodated by mulling at the City Bakery. Dick also sets up elegant stews un ihurt notice. - - Mc...

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. — 13 December 1883

a iTur1d 2reumb _e A .Maiden and Maginnis, Thursday, Deebr13i883. Price 10 Cent fIIUMAY, I)ec 1:s 16S. L. & v1 0OKAN.( at ow . wse sou am l a..ii. ..m.mm.....ma..... M. TRUDELL, Attorney at Law, oppoite Min.rrat A gu. U! Islanktsand c'ýv,;uy "" sau t i to an Sir; \ tic C. DWIN.ELLE, Notary Public, FICE AT RUSTLE, M. T. Blinks and Convuiyi'veo t11" d and attended tn in shurt NutI. G. HATCH, "rney-at-LaW WHITr SULPIJER SPRINGS, M. T. H. P. OLYrN, ttorney at Law, US. Deputy Afint aI Surw e. or. 'ing Pre-emptions and all Land Claimna attended to. mggTON. MONTANA. N. ESLER, . Notary Publio. '" bnreyancing. Legal blanks of all b Blled out and acknowledged. S AT MOWTANA M IN. MALIJK. M. T. I. WATaMA3. H. G. MC INTIRP. WATERMAN & McINTIRE, TTORNEYS AT LAW FT. BENTON, M. T. I attend to .dll tbueinesa intruatel to 4r care from Maiden and iviiaityt Eamilton & Witherall, DKALIMS IN tines, Liquors & Cigars, HEAD OF MAIN STREET, hM Xontana. Ity Bakery. VINCENT GIES, Prop'r. Bread,...

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. — 13 December 1883

FALL s VDOOMAN. ebliushs. MAIDZE, - - - MONTANA, Acserdi g to the latest reports re ceived at the apricuiteral department at Wmshlnstao, it would seem that the Wary to th. core crop throughout the mortn sad west would be less than fihst reports would ldicate. The crop Ia e*z pasted to be 1,600,000,000 bushels, or withla 25,000,000 buashels of last year's yield. A bill has been introduced in the Italian parliament to secure to women the right of suffrage. Under its provisions a woman voter must be 21 years of age, pay an assessed tax, never lees than five france. and must be able to read and write. She can vote either in per. eon, or send her vote, duly certified, in a aesled envelope, by a third person. This bill, which gives Italian women the right to vote, also makes them eligi ble to hold office. It was introduced by M. Depretis. The question Sal been asked waist tne military establishment of China consists w of. It consists of the imperial guard, t 18,006 strong; the infantry gu...

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. — 13 December 1883

00~LUMN. Mr.P. C. Phbses. Dehyan, Whs., Ia firra 1beWesites hSremr the de W A~the has medow intmal 3dm lab In Wew Thrk bet ne welebies of whbe mee dihestabh to ýree wseet sad gioen wans glýdily VeiOmes te ettle premrius of bire can b.emitd but those SAr bat syhe Weel Prm etlt pr. Sartevsat reports tbht the heaek , wbleh is of little aloe fnr the the eapermeats of Wolfb and others dGermsa esperiment Mtatioms show. at a borne weighing 1,100 to 1,13D -al would eat from 22 to 37 1-4 paits of hey if no other fhod were With lO to 1 pounds was eaten y working horses of that Lighter horses would not need s ach, but we sen gad no date rimenrt with horses weighing 1,000 pound..-Ooastry sen Nremers who have kept a strict ac paat with their stock my that a pound lpoeltry caa be made Ihr less than a send of pork, yet the laboring man be has tobay both feels that he can ataltord to bypoultry very oftena Scoist more thnother meats. hi sds the Concord Monitor to remark Mt the poultry growing busene...

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. — 13 December 1883

MAIDEN, TH1W$DAY, Dec. 1:1. 136.E tFLlU$lUND EVERY THl URSDAY IIV FELL & VROOXA1#. TERMS~ OF SB.-C1ItII'ON. nem Te Y...................... ..... 3.x(1 ADVERTISI[NG RATF.S: } 14ch, oemI lcentn................. leonf 1 . .Month .. ..................... 1 "I wya WItI.... ......... .... .'tIx opeclaI rates givee ". l&Sege ro and striding Lar rtiae nuls :. rjtir I(re liee. Offi1cer of Ucaher County. J. F' Ml'Ieea k...................T~u 1..R.lIreel................ t Jrk an rr~lil \\'. Ii riare.r................ ..a. ý'gjIl Clis.a ll.. Njrkula...... ......up Iý . E~ry.~ Candre ti.reiff,' 111T.. trl1,l, LoCll tea Irv. la~pel bhernt! ..........vI.1 i Lugrre Vealn..................... II. Yr. ('leek, (bhari.a,,r White lu.Ijhre ru" (appt. ttaltael. Cht,~er Fee, ,........,-e H~".r \al W'ilull hecrk,.........*...... ... Ir." T'k., second of the series of letter on our stock interest arrived toss Lie for this issue. It will appear next woek Col. Ilges lecture in lIe:non on the 6th inst.,...

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. — 13 December 1883

PIý S~ .\ in Truro.. W. t. b. Wo~xmw 3t. STAN LUUP. . *P£3 WAS RAG UE. 3.. 3. W. a N. fl ~rsatar T. T. A Si mm a rua~ iwua awtwu I J . . T. C. Power,. Pr, par 71.y .T .Araim at Uanton T. rW fo . Ma+t adn LOCAL NEWS. but to the point: " What, man ""No; gtn shot." Ta, ta. front qf toe Iternational Hotel with a pew sign. ikinmop, Deputy Sheriffof Deer county, viuked Maiden this week. I larqe invoices of freight were by our merchants this week. Maginnis Theatrical Company paring a new play to be pro at an early date. I attachments were placed .o y belonging to the t oiler coin during the week. 't forget the dance at R. it. Milts, mnville, Christmants evning. A !ial time is assured. immense stock of furniture and for the "Bullion" arrived thi. It will make a grand display. roats and U'sters at the ont C. 0. D. ball given at the l'tot by Troop Cavalry, occurs on itv.. 1ivt, l of &i, as appears (n our ltti lho. of incrctiitndi.e tv (stub. remiut,. of N r. fbi ontlino rv, :: re you stat...

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. — 13 December 1883

ma ..fa nit~ . s. *sse.a sauira lb Mls p ril wae r ofM*** h m 4. the *o metls aed dmssng wasebuige S he eveninsg sit *arag the Ilg pslag wate1s 01 to bhei wupW eaut Fa of Alter -, She O el vwelalsaaug representative otfe bel abaA ly whose amme he hore. The building was meslvua voe, high and dark, protected by aawrt,drawbrkldp and battle towers. It was. flue old fen del mastle, bult in the time of Frederlek 1U. (Outside It looked grand asd'plomy; lneeas it was ablase with lights and redo lent with perfumes of choice Mowers, which were scattered Is profusion, not only about the lrge reception saloon, but in all the smaller apartmenat,which were thrown open to th. guests. 0 Ina little room far removed from the rest, in the eastern tower, stood two per sous-- young san, remarkably hand some, though there was anespremson of deep ease upon his face, sada lady. The lady was nt veamerkably handsome just nowes she listened tober sbamplon with dindeed, most people woud cllbarsimlypretty until...

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. — 13 December 1883

fix.ye_! a.i - biº u ass se heweL mere. b wee ~ f weM a moemeat their velese were ON until they ekld as" brees 1 Cosmtirnulae the -ems eese ii anther hymja, the wei I emsliaenetfrom i beamr which I ams duiead adgoss p Ismdmwedstm= W a w . 'Sweatme as *s ter aswe ager me. hymn with which al the M seeded to be acqnalated,had Or b 'Another ran: I as best up high, whitens of sgod ra. fthree dry, Us Wham's the neatest now. 't yu wish yoewen esee >t es of b se such as quoted were a more t an boar to the mme d warryins in earnestness and pitch t dnger. could recover their breath v violent exercise of clapping. not a itl an Indiewas As they grew ezhausted in a theywere sparrend np by 7 in charge of each circle and the °' dropping out after their S n was complete, but their were flled up by fresh h roue penitents without inter- " At long intervals one of the to would exprees a derire to 0 and seemingly worn out. the oth- Ii bow in the dust and the I would chant in solemn measure a hymn th...

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. — 13 December 1883

A 4J.K M ius i eT la eapged i r, of fs 1 isnh" e1 he ned - b 111K` at set Iaski. Uieaitedly anow will be with us apa re ehag-with a seall "a." Remaember ile grand ball at Chant* eela's, a on McDonald creek, this evasias. The daily mail I etitlmn liea been *tr warded to the Meauoud Assistant P. I. General. Troop A, 9d Cavalry, will give a social dance non the swealag of Use. 3d, aS Vort Hagirp es. Sevrral of Juwtwkm City's inlinentitl cilstita's are espected la tuwn the early part of test week. Deceatber, and the thermiueter from 110 to I0 above sero for thia lIst ten days. Who cares for Floridas, nowii Matters are being straightened taut in the Harker litltrict, and tie proihiaili ities are the smaller will ihe In uppurn Ikm again booni. Mr. J. II. KEsmper, wlto has beta absentfunn Maiden atoupleou aiiuitis, return dt on Waturday lust. Hiis ums' friouda are glad to see lhiii hack. Mr. Ithoh, of the livcry irim of Debtil ! Moran, ha. returned fnim Juictioa. Ere aaaluthr nenow staal i...

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. — 20 December 1883

Mb. Tai e o a nn _ _ _ 6 ~Maien and Maginnis, Thursday Decemiber 20, 1883. Po ( et AN. 9. Crss m fter. tfl d3. Law, 'MO. Argue Otijee. antes attended Public, Al' RUSTLE, M. T. and Convayancie tilled ded to in short Notice. 6ATCIH, ey-at-Law SSU.LPHER SPRINGS, M. T. H. P. ROLFE, rney at Law, Deputy Mineral Surn; or. I're-enoltionI and all Lund Claimas uttended to. TON. MONTANA. ESLER, otary Public. arcing. Legal blanks of all edi out and acknowledged. T MoNTANA MINE, MAIIiEN. M.T. ERM'N. II. G. MIA INTIRE. ERMAN & McINTIRE, NEYS AT LAW' to atll hardness(& intrutltd( to fromn .1Iniden : nti vicinity. ton & Witherall, DEALERS IN Liquors & Cigars, OF MAIN STREET, Montana. . BARROWS, P ILROIRIETOR OF t , t Hote1.I TABLE, ROOMS AND BEDS. o ERAL STORE IN 'f ONNECTION. mof 1lInltgs and Benton and Ft. Mi'ginnis and aiutinndale Stage Routes. Billy Jenkins, - BARBER ! HAIR CTrNG, SHAMPOOING, HAIR DYI t., In the Best Maan ner. Give him a call. x 8 IN CONNECTION. ity Bakery. VN G...

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. — 20 December 1883

She jinural grps5, FE!LL & VROOM. N. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA Over 400 applications have been filed in the patent (fliee Pifc tleadoption of standard time in this country for clock dials and other devices intended to pre sent the 24 1 ours in convenient form. A large number of these have been reject ed, however, cn the ground that the ap plicants are 316 years too late, a watch having been made in 1547 upon the dial of which appeared the hours Frn m one to 24 arranged in two concentric circles. Brockway, the great counterfeiter, lately arrested in New York, was a man with an eneptionally good education; yet almost his first venture in life was in the ways of crime, as far back as 1853. Thirty years of his life have been spent in the effort to cheat the world out of a living. For the first offence he received five years' imprisonment, and after his release apparently led 'a reasonably honest life until 1865, since which time he has been engaged in a succession of crimes....

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. — 20 December 1883

CONGRESS. y-Eighth S essio in. IDENTIAL POINTERS nt Arthur Favors the People with His Third Annual SMessage. E PRtESTDNT'* MEt3SAGFE POnEIGN fELATIONS. Congress of the United Stites: At tie bold of your deliberations I oongratu lSt U upon the favorable aspect of the do and foreign affairs of this government. lations with other nations continue to a friendly footing. Wit? the Argentine Re )U Belgium, Brazil, Denmark, Italy, Santo o and Sweden and Norway, to inci last occurred which calls for spe eat com The recent opening of new lines of h phlo communication with Central Amer i Brazil permitted the interchange of ee of friendship with the gov ts of those owantriee. Dur eg the year there have been and proclaimed consular and com treaties with Servia and a consular th Rounmania, thus extending our in with the Danubian countries, while sir tern relations have been placed ipas a wider basis by treatios stth rea and Madagascar. The new survey treaties with Mexico, t k convention and a sup...

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. — 20 December 1883

MAIbEN, THURSDAY, Dec. 20. 1883 pVBL*bHED EVERY THURSDAY BY PELL & VROOMAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPION fix months..-.-- ............ * .......... One Yewr.._ . . . ..--- * .. .. 2 ADVERTISING RATES: 1 incb,*sne insertion .................... 1.00 1 ,month................................ 3.00 1 *six o....m . one year ................. .....24.00 Special rates given on large space and standing advertisements. Local notices 15 cents per line. OlIson of Meamer County, J. E. Murray Probate Judge J. F. McClintock ................n.....Treasure L~ Rotwetl4............. . lrk adRecorder w. 1). Cameron ......................Sheriff Mina Aice Nichol . ...Supt. of Schoola UNDER AND DEPUTY SHERIFFS. ý. A. Kr.y, Under Sheriff, White Sulphcr Springs ban Crowley, Depttty Sheriff ...............Reedsfort Tol Red, epty herffWhite Suipher Brnksr Eugene Erwin...... ............aiden COLNTY COXMIStIONERS. H. W. Clark, Chairman, White Sulpher Springs Capt. Stafford, Canyon Ferry.........missouri 'alley Wi...

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. — 20 December 1883

MAIDEN No. 18, A. 0. U. W. MKETS EVEI: 'EDN 1DAY EVENING. J1*. MANo M. w. t'. II. Wo LCOTT, R. STAGE LINES. JUNCTION CITY AND MAIDEM STARE LINE, Vall, Mliner & (o., Proprietors, L. P. Williams, gpe rUatendeot. Iravea J. C. 6 a. mi., 4, W. & F., Arnica and departs from Maiden on corresponding dtares ad hour SENTON NOt'THrFN STAGE A EXPRESS LINE. Amemeonville and Ft, Maginnia Route. hoase,: Maatiasdale 7 a. mn., M. W. & F, Arrives at Fort ,1 tnla at 7 p. in., T. T. & S. Colnecti at Lhet for tage to Billings and Benton. IIILLINMI. A BENTON STAGE LINE. Walt.r Burke, Su 't. T. C. Powers, Pro'pr. 4Sd U 7p. an.. T. & S. Arrives at itenot T. t! Connetts at Chet fer stage to Maiden. Ft, kMainnis and tiartinsdale. LOCAL NEWS. i)ohrn & Moran's new cutters are dandies. 'JThe Bullion" opening was at finan rial success. The musis at the "The Bullion" catches the ear, as well as the "tender. 'foot." Where are you going to take dinner Christmarn I'm going to the Interna tion...

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. — 20 December 1883

sontrol of extetlig telegraph lines, or to con struct others with a view of entering into gen eral competation with private enterprise. The objections which may be justly urged agairnst either of these projects and, indeed, against any systens which would require an euormou+ increase in the civil service, do not, however, apply to Bomne of the plans which have lately provoked public roomment and dicur-son. It nas been claimed, for example, that conucress might wisely autlorize tue postmaster geoieral to contract with somue private person or oorporcuon for the tranetute-ion of mee-sg.e at specified rates and under goverum nt supervision. Various such schemes, of the same general nature but widely differing in their t"ecial characteristies, have been eug seted in the public prints, and the ar nmoute bywhich thoy have been ser ported and op. have doubtless attracted your attention. 1t is likely that the whole subject will be con sidered by you at the present seesion. In the nature of 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. — 20 December 1883

Story of the Book Agent. hiladelphia book agent impor James Watson, a rich and close ork man, living out at Elizabeth, e bought a book-the "Early Martyrs." Yr. Watson didn't e book, but he bought it to get the agent; then taking it under he started for the train which him to his New York ofce. Watson hadn't been gone long be rs. Wataca came home from a r's. The book agent saw her, eat in and nersuaded the wire te, another copy of the same booki as ignorant of the fact that her had bought the same book in rain. When Mr. Watson came New York atnight Mrs. Wat. wed him the book. n't want to see it," said Watson g terribly. y, husband?" asked his wife. use that rascally book agent sold same book this woroing. Now got two copies of the same book plea of the 'Early Christian ra,' and-" ,husband, we can-" we can't eitheri" Interrupted atson, "The man is of on the efore this. Confound it! I could fellow. I-" there he goes to the depot d Mrs. Watson, pointing out of dow at the retreating form...

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. — 20 December 1883

CATASTROPHE ! What Resulted from a Sleigh Ride--What Might have been. Monday evening several of our citi zens participated in a sleigh ride, there being enough of the "beautiful" to warrant the venture, and the merry party were enjoying the luxury to its fullest, when low, and behold, a little stump-about two inches high-rose up in its insignificance, and, cast a gloom over the participants. The facts are as follows: While midway between Maiden and Alpine, the team trotting at a fait pace, one of the runners came in viol ent contact with the aforesaid stump. The sleigh stopped, but horses and occupants of the sleigh didn't, the team continuing their regular speed down the gulch, the passengers ditto. who, in immitation of the festive circus performer, "flew through the air with the greatest of ease," for a few feet as the sleigh tipped up on the dash board. Now, if they had had a iig like this p they never would have got to that stump and suffered such a sudden stopage ani upheaval ...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
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