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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 10 January 1884

MAIDEN LODGE. ,". P,. A. G. U. W. 'ETS .VktIk ý\ ,' - ..1 N.. :.\ ..ýi.,,. MASON, Mu. W.. i. \ . r STAGE ULINES. 'WCTION CITY AND MAIDEN NTAGE LINE, 1, Miner Co., Proprietons, L. P. Williams, nteadentI Leaves J. C. 6 a. m.. x, W. & F., es ad departs from Maiden on corresponding d hour. )(TON KOUTERN SaAGE & EXPREn LINE. ville and Ft. Maginnis Route. Leaves nsdale 7 a. n., M. W.. & F. Arrives at Fort nnis at 7 p. m., T. T. & 8. Connects at Ubet e to Billings and Benton. JILLINOS & BSENTON STAGE LINE. lter Burke, Sup't. T. C. Powers, Pro'pr. es B. 7 p.m., T. T. & 8. Arr:ves at Benton T. S. Connects at Ubet for stage to Maiden, Ft. nis and xartinedale. LOCAL NEWS. C. Eaton leaves for St. Paul Friday oring. ere is still a few miners employed the Collar mine. Fine Overcoats aund heavy Ulsters at usmore's, the One Price C. O. D. Troop K. 2d cavalry, give their third nual ball Jan. 81st. Frank Sage, has gone to Junction y. on a visit, he will return soon. A. Beamer...

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. — 10 January 1884

JUDY. A low, timid tno:k at our door one bleak November morning, just be ore dawn aroused as from our slumbers. Silas spranz up, and hurriedly incas ing himself in some garments, soon (af ter i whispered conference on the porch) ushered into the privacy of our roam, dimly lighted by a smoldering wood lre, a colored women, with strongly marxed African features. I watched her curiously from my pil low as she stopped over the embers, warming her dark, misshapen hands, hardened and toilworn by field ltior. Her bae indicated ktIdness, but ware a subdued expression which touched my heart; and when my little Lacy awoke and needed attention, all the mother in her heart blossomed into win. ning smiles on her home y fece and warmed it into a glow of gentleness and So, before I had risen, I had mentally appropristed her to my own use and comfort, if that appropriation accorded with my husbands views and plans for his srble protege. We were piuing tohsan experience on the servant qgael. ev unde...

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. — 10 January 1884

What a Fereigmer Saysi 'o ste Vate States. Prof. R. P. Spice, president of the so iet of Engineers, of London, and a very lannteblgstatand ractio Englishman, who has been tuvelfg over the United Ststes, looking at things with a praedesl eye, re turned to New York kas week and was visited by a reporter who asked his opintoa on a great many subjects. Some of Wsi views are interestin. Ohicago," he says, is wondedal in its trane, but seems to be a city of gambling and corners." Of the Mormons and their capitl he says: "I wonder how they get immigrants as they do; but I think their faith will kill itself and be erushed out by the younger gener ation. The sanitary arrangements are re ly abominable, although everything is ex ternally clean, and in a few years the city will become a hot-bed of fevers." At San Francisco his attention was called to "the shookingly bad pavements of all the cities here, beginning at New York. It is not merely dirt, but the charac ter of the paving. In London we...

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. — 10 January 1884

BUTTONS OF BULLION. [By the Lean Contributor.] Who stole the 50c. Davis' smelter is froze up. Our C. S. looks well in his Derby. The fire was bad on our Ho(l)rnes. "NO !" is appropriate now-a-days. Harry, the dude, is at Ft. Maigiini, Dexter is hauling logs on a go-devl Everybodlycan Ilay percent.age atuc The sheep man is dining at Wolfl': Mc's office is the nattiest thing i town. King Far(i)o has departed from on midst. The merry sleigh-bells were ringinj to-day. The lunch fiend at the Bullion ha retired. A man can't get very fat on one mea a day. "Empty is the baby, Dan has closed his doors." Mr. One Lung departs for Chow Chov in the Spring. Wolfe has got a corner on Turkeys Sunday dinners. Lucky man he who hath a mea ticket at Wolfe's. The campbell's are coming. That is one of them--J. J. Our new J. P. wears his honors with ease and dignity. Another new mill is en-route, and rii will be the "Favorite." The opium fiends are out of luck now days. No hop. The saloon keeper's motto: ...

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. — 17 January 1884

Id Mliueruta ~VoL I No. 24.~ __ Maiden arid MYaginnis, Thudy, Janury 17, 184Pic 0 d MAIDEN, THTTRISDAY, Jam. 17, 1884. P1IflLIHF1D EVERY THURSDAY BY FELL & VROOMAN.4 ELied at Maiden P. 0. as Semnd Cthu matter. Profq.sional Cards. T. M. TRUDELL, Attornqy. at Law, A.fflce oploxite Mineral Argus Offi e. Legal Blanks and Convaranes attended to wi- hort N otice. F f. b)WWNELLE, Ngtary Public, OFFICE AT RUSTLE, M. 'F. Legal 1llgnks and Convayfnco4 filled!] out anti attended to in Short NQtIce. G. HATCH, ,4ttorney-at-Law WHITE SULPHER SPRINGS, N. T. H. P. ROLFE, Attorney at Law,' I S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. Mining Pre-emnptions and all Land Claims attended to. *ENTON. MONTANA. W. T. MCFARLAND, U. S. ,DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR! IrItrJ-Nypt door to Mtineral '.rgux, MAIDEN, - MONTANA. A. . SIR, t=bt ry Public. (prpeyalicing. Lgal lduilns of all kiuds tilledi out and acknown lced'd. ?.1YFX A Ma! ) T.%uA xt-, MAIDEN, M. T. IfAX. WATERMAN. . G. A.MC IXTIRER. WATERMAN & McINTIRE, ATTORNEY...

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. — 17 January 1884

FElLI A VBOOMAN. Publashers. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA The Arctic cranks are hard to kill They haunt the balls of congress and the white homs., soilciting enoseuagement sad nanele aid for more foolIhardy ex peditions-but relief for Ohpt. Greely in the only scheme that is ikely to be sided. Senator Vest proposes to enlarge Yelt lowatone Park to 9,675 square miles and make It a portion of Montana Territory. At present it is a part of three territor les, Montana, Idaho and Wyoming but much the greater portion of it is in Wyoming. The park's present area Is 3.578square miles, being fifty-Ave miles eatand west, by sixty-five north and smath. Vest's bill preposes to extend ItN eaesrn and southern limits each way rtay miles, which would make the part a little larger than the state of Ver meet. The sunset -joriesof the kies at the east are frequently msntioned in the newspapers as more lurid and gorgeous than anything of the kind ever before ma these. A Troy paper says that the sunset sky looke...

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. — 17 January 1884

UIXSSI IOIL PFI0CEEDIIS. Mesdeh Jaem'v 7. 8zwL.-Eesavernd alter the holiday to ems.. Listle basioms was doe hlyeA she tairoductea of bilts of minor Importanc, mseeluaim ealling ombl ofSots fir to rmation and tbe W saeýratiou o new ruie that authorlstfg the preident of the senate to desigate a saubtitute to act thres drys b* f S Seasti GibeSe Of 4. Introduaed a bill to faeelltata reform of the o1vil meruieo, pro. vidiug for the repeal of all lawalimitsi the teare of ~ie. of United States distriue at tonaqi, Jhot2e5 01 aupreese nourts of teed* tlles. sarvoyors general of abile leiaa solseoaore el Cn toms, naval o l aern ad enor wqraof ports of entry, and snob oeerss Il be appointed by soe preldest, subject to approval of the maenat, , be re* sewed at te pleasure of t4ede8mt It ale. provides thut suob o flo airoisk bonds every two years, and renew their ex plrasion gapes. The pr eudept shall. at she pentag 4 O oeuvress, eaIndt to the senate the ass of seno ofosals remnoed by bhi, with ...

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. — 17 January 1884

MAIDEN, THURSDAY, Jan. 17, 18841 PUBLISHED EVERY TIHURSDAY BY FELL & VROOMAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPION: Six months ...... ...... . One Year ....... 50 ADVERTISING RATES: 1 i *h e' itutii 2 ......******** ... .* p S a1 tates given on large space and standing asortlgement* Loas notices 15 cents per lime. ofews« Prbto Judge J. E urns .......Treasurer . ow t .............. ».~.........Clerk sad Reore W. D. lamenron .........*...*.** ...........Scherils kiu Alis lMie he s ... .. pt. ofShol EXRDE LCD DUPMt gNhUXBIl. B. A. Key, Under sheriff, White Bulpher Springs SaSheri ............... Barker l Rest.epety Sheriff, White Sipher rn Equa* Srwln.a ...........-** ....*..*-*...- --d COWCTY CO0M/BNii0N s. Clark Chairman, White Bolpher S rings Stalbr. Canyon Fe ...misfouri alley W1 tans Derkina.Bsm The Union Vaciic railroad pays its employes in checks. Missoula, Rathdrum and Spokane 1 Falls, all claim the best route to the s Coeur d'Alene mines. a s One of our exchanges says thr s what Montana w...

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. — 17 January 1884

BAIEN LODGE, No. 18, A. 0. U. W. £5T1 EVERY WED.JAJDAY 1 VENINO. MaSoN. x. w. C. I. Wou'arr, R. STAGE LINES. CT0ON CITY AID MAIDEN STAGE Lutf, Iattesient. ISJ. C. OSa m.,MWillia., aNd departs from Maiden on corresponsing and Roar. t soUTstsax STAGE & ExPaesm LINE. ville and Ft. Magiunia ftut#. Insta asdale 7 s. m., M. W. A F. Arrives it Port msts at r in., T. T. & S. Cgnnectp at Cbet s11g to Billings and Benton. niLLIMOs A SENToP STAG sLINE. alter Burke, Sup't. T. C.. Piwefl. "Pro'pr. yes 1. 7 p. mn. T. T. & S. Arrives at Dmutoa T. A S. Connects at Ubet for stage to Maiden, Ft. anitand xartinsdahe. LOCAL NEWS. Mo dined with the military Sunday. Vben you meet him, salute. The Star Drug Store is the latest ddition to our business houaes. Our shoemaker, C. Droseh, has moved to his ne':. building, nearer to town. Strange that those steps must be cpt off just as school lets out every rnoon. Say, Joe, if you will firing in a half ozen good cigars we won't mention it. ese board...

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. — 17 January 1884

A TALE OE THE LATE WAR. Prom Our Cuutinerst. Lauderdale, a little Virginia town, lying between the Blue Ridge and the Alle ghany Mountains, was astir early on one June day of 1804, for the soldier boys were coming-the ones in gray-and they would of course be very hungry, a condition that~ad become chronic with confederate soldiers by that time. They were to march rapidly through the town, and whatever hospitality was to be shown them uxust be in a sort of passover form. So the town-folk were making busy prep arations to waylay the regimentson the street with bread and meat and coffee rye coffee!--and buttermilk, and black berry wine, and home-brewed ale. You would have taken it for market day In some Old-World village,soanima ted was the thronged street,and with peo ple in such queer costumes. The digei fled matron and the doucest maid wore complacently furniture calico of the most startling patterns; gray and blue "domestic" was made to fit slender wa*ts, whose ante-bellum sllk and...

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. — 17 January 1884

HYPOvHONDflIA. MWiseeious aesmemat is the Mind that ArsOWs Vaue "pOtheSed@ag What Atumally Canses It. ,ne asrrative below by a prominent touchesa subject of universal Im. Few people are free from the evils which hypochondria come at all times and are the very game which they themw start. They are a dread of coming ont camsed by present disorder b ab ut more suicides than any eme thing. Their grit approach be carefully guarded b ritor's Herald. It is seldom appear in print and I should do is now did I not believe In posseesson of truths. the revs of which will prove of Inestimable to many who may oee these lines. iet has been a trying experience. sity years I was coasoious of a want ofsev tone. My mind **4u slug k I !felt a ertain teliTb of in my ash0 a oondition of lrtletse nte* se activity sad vigor. presume this is the name war in which an lonumer ngmber of other people feel, who *mysef are pttysicall below par. Vie thusndsofothers I paid no astea iihbse a i troubles, at them to o...

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. — 17 January 1884

Montana Bills. On the 7th inst., Delegate Maginnis. introduced the following hills: Granting and confirming title to the Montana Collegiate institute of certain lands situated in the town of Deer Lodge; for the erection of a public building at Helena, to cost $50,000: for relief of Capt. A. Gerard, of the United States army; for quarters burn ,cd at Fort Keogh; to give every man who has served in one grade I5 years be-I low the rank of major, the pay of the rank above; to reduce the price of lands in the Bitter Root valley to $z.25 per acre, and seven relief bills. He also presented seveaal jotnt res olutions of the Montana legisfature. These resolutions were sent to him at the close of the last session of congress, but it being then too late to secure the objects desired, Maginnis carried them to the present session. These !esolutions ask congress to pass bills Concerning the treatipent of Indians for depredations committed by them upon the uettlfrs and their property: for the redu...

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. — 24 January 1884

o ___ - £fll ut n a __ YoU 1, o. &7 Maiden andMaginn Thursday, Jamiuaiyº 24, 1884. 2 MAIDEN, T1TR DAY, Jan. 24, 1i84. PUBWthIHED 4VEUY THURSDAY jY FELL & VROOMA N Eshmi a MaMi. P.O. a $sMd @Age. inm~t. Profes al Oardu T. M. TRUDELL, Attorney It Law, Office opposite Mineral Argus Office. p a Blanks and Convav ya3ces attended Ito on Elhort Notlee. C. DWINELLE, Notary Public, OFFICE AT RUSTLE, M. 'T. Legal BlankM and Copvayances tilled out and attended to ill Short Not ee. A. G. HATCH, Attorney at-Law WHITE SULPHER SPPWNGS, M. T. H. P. ROLFR, Attorney at Law, U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. Mining Pre-emptious and all Land Claims attended to. BENTON. MONTANA. W. T. McFARLAND, U. I. aPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR ! Orrixi:-Next dor je Mineral Argus, MAIDEN, - MONTANA. A. M. ESLER, Uetary Public. (`onveyancing. Legal blanks of .11 kinds filled out wid acknowledged, O vwrL AT uNOTAeA rn)', MAIDEN, M.T, VAX. WATEMM*N. H. U. MC INTIME5 WATERMAN & McINTIRE., ATTORNEYS AT LAW FT. BENTON, M...

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. — 24 January 1884

5h1 JiunaI grgas. FELL A VROOMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - MONTANA. EPITOME OF THE NEWS. Washington Gee" p. The question wish the Republican ee atara isa who is to put the ball on the ast? They are afraid to elect Senator Anthony president pre tempore and thus place him urna in the peuidenial smcesasion after President Arthur. The trouble Ia that no oe- Seels like telling ham the real difficulty that welahe an their mands. At the open lag of the emssiom, after canoaigtwo or three timee the, put the bughea aside till Flter the biday recee. Mr. Edmunds does act like to ap to be hol on to the ow. heo have d edto place the estser in the heand of a committee, which is epeted to purform the de'eata duty of ereatin ad ubt in the aind of Mr. An thony bimselt as to his pblyical ability to attend to the dudie of preilding oceer. MrButterworth. oomuiedolme' of patm1% is agitating tze subject of additional flail tils for traneacting the buslamss of that deprtmnot. No bureau of the govern meat is...

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. — 24 January 1884

A 111 »1NBR 5U5ARA3 And a Mothe Hubbard beisud, With a molt bewisatiag 1poke one morning - 'mqi7 dui He wee of meilumn d Hberie cnwwndrooae4, ht il mi siwm lke, AndSaid Poflt to the esrly daeg 'Wby do ,on look me miat" .. casuee." repliedhe WIj wit4 u "'Tho ies afts wie W17h ,,You usee" said be, "il.'thwbe aro Aflai of !ills1 Mothet 5ub% e, said Folly Detep: "QOss with e.. Twould melt a b.rt ofateto. r.aJiyutton bone." She took him homse and fed him wouf; His teamwre mturned to lsnghtwr Ant now, wherever Polly mom, The curly dog triotaw It. SNlholsae THE LITTLE 8AMARITAN. Mies Mary Jane Ham stood in front of the Imposing brick building vied as the high school of RIEetowa, with an un. epened letter, just banded her by the .passng carrier, in her hand. Miss Mary Jane had her little peculiarities, her faults and her foibles, her likes and her dislikes, as what woman las not, or man either, for that matter? but Mis Mary Jane's oWn crowplng dislike, which embittered her whole soul, as mu...

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. — 24 January 1884

She gined rga, MAIDEN, THURSDAY, .bn. 24, 1884 PCBLIHE1ID EVERY THURSDAY 1WY FELL & VROOMAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPONN: Ai a months.................................................. 2.00 One Year..............................e a ..................... 3 ADVERTISING RATES: I inch, one insertion....................................... 1.00 I " " month ......................................... 3.00 1 i ...........................24.00 1 " ofe Oear. . . . ...24.00 Special rates given on large space and standing advsrtgssaents. local notices 15 cepts per line. Officers of MeKsher County. J. E. Murray ...........................Prbat udg 3. F. McClintock .................. Treneures L. Rotwett...... .........Clerk and Recorder W. D. Cameron ................. .....Sheriff Miss Aire Nichols....................Supt. of Schools L'ItDER AND DEPUTY SHERIFFS. E A. Kes., Under Sheriff, White Supher Springs Da rwePoty Sheriff,... ......Reedsfot , epý i uty Sheriff................Berke; e.. lp ntiDeuy...

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. — 24 January 1884

uAMU LOOSE, fie. 13, A. 0. U. W. g1EiS 3VIRY WXDICIDAY EVZ~iNQG. oei. *As", U. W. C. x. Woz.co~r, R. STAOE uR~a. WXC?ION CITY STAGE L\T~. Vail, M~iAer & Co., Projflietors. L. P. WHInims, 4tivsa~aQ epata fro w Maide 6n of i.. N, sW.o d Fn" 035 andm hondl. RitlTOlf SOt ItHERN* TAGS LINT~ Ande+o~u ad .t. asinieRoute. Leaves, YAnaaal tm 1. W. P Arrivyes at Fort yernn ast 7P1.M. T. T. &8. Coanmota at Chat f~rýeAOý~atand Benton. nBrLW(NIs & DF.NTON STAGE IA Z. Waler snre, u.t. T. C. Posaera. Pro'pt. Lores$.I . ..T.T.doS. Arrives St Jlentou T. T. h8 . Oonnects at Ubet for atae to Maiden. Ft. gtsgionis 304 Martluudaie. LOCAL NEWS. Where will the nertaocial be? Who stole that quarter of ve4nisow ? Dr. Turner returned to Maiden last Friday evening. Thos. Newcomb h5a struck out for the Cceur d'Alenes. First quality violin strings at Star Drug Store. Local news and hen's teeth are two of the many things hard to find. Jos. Dohm is rapidly recovering from hisdaccident. Ue 'expects to ...

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. — 24 January 1884

General trade is much duller-tha for several months months past, and there is not much chance of a revival before -prig Failures are coming along pretty thick and may be thicker in February when dear month's bills mature. After Febru ary there are hopes or better times. Judge Biddle of Philadelphia has en tered a non-suit in the case of a candi date for office who wanted damages for alleged defamatory remarks. Judge Biddle ruled that the plaintiff in edring himself as a candidate invited seratiny, and the matter referred to was privileged and not Ilbellous in the eye of the law. The chairman of the House Commit tee on Territories says he does not think there will be any bills reported from the esmauitee this semion for the admlaeon of any new states. AD the traditions of the democratic party, he says, are againt the admission of new states unless they have sifflient population to eentie them to admlssloa. He thinks it will be sein Urss before New Mexico, Dakota or Washington Territo...

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. — 24 January 1884

Waddd; eli oeal tinAlthoq eihhoosirem ham beem to aetmmZ ineiae only fourteen days, and triee ha. beon buat oo wntt*o10,0 one mli0 IM. s te hwe thesI bo alr~eady InU'oduoed woedi, it or the eauplb meaWseel *a Mimtto ha e om 1oai wilrl boe a ds tw ofs aa 000 foriem ai ý e iti 0,000 coplt othme ptlaaoe t aons eatmir walS and $b0000 to $ urtheldI foutai, L.5 toatlof 682,588&91 pr200 ,,OOOis rVaqu1R IoeUsushih a mitl New York:; $/00,000 to purohase aurlte forms 50,00 fo a uildngmooceeomodate the metged Sltmtes courts, poetmoeM o~o da ~n ntnio. Tox.. and Jaakaondllle. Ia. sosa YrAlT BULKa. The bills for the relief of fadividaals sau corporatioul call for about 910,000,000, but this does not Include awd ,pr ah umje o claims w t rpro. voe toreferto th court ot claims fora. udication; neittiMr does it embrace claims for pensions, arrears of pay, bounty, etc., that have been rejected by tie executive do ents. Altogether It is probable that $25,000,000 will barely cover the demands of rel...

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. — 24 January 1884

MONTANA NEWS. Building improvements in Miles City in £883, aggregated $136,4oo. A man has already been arrested and fined in Helena for killing deer after the first of January. It is estimated that fully two weeks time will be consumed in framing a constitution for Montana. Helena is to have street cars, A local company has been organized to constrjw& and operate the lines. An effort is being made in Missoula to secure mail service from that town .o Eagle City in the Cceur d'Alenes. Walter Burke, Sup't of the Benton & Billings stage line is lying danger ously ill at Glendive, with inflamatory rheumatism. W. A. Clark, of Silver Bow county, was elected president of the constitu tional convention, and P.L VanCleve permanent secretary. . A new &dmocratic paper is to be started in Glendive, and the Timea, in order to be opposed to it, has declared itself republican in sentiment, It is stated that early in the spring the Cweur d'Alene district is to be sup plied with a newspap...

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