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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 31 January 1884

V-l Maiden and a Jan 31, T88in Pds If) ( MAIDEN, THIRTTDAY, Jan. 81,1884 ?UBLISHEID iVRRY T18JDAVY jY FELL & VROOXAN, EwMrage Msged P. tu4 s as s aaasar Profesitonal Oirds. T. ~ TRUDELL, Attorney at Law, kI ce opposite Mineral Angus Office Legal Blanks and Conv ayoas attended to on Sbort otice& F DWINELLC, Notary Public, OFFICE AT RUSTLE, M. T. Legal Blanks and Convayances filled out and attended to in Short Notice. A. G. HATCH, Attorney-at-Law WHITE SULPHER SPRINGS, M. T. H. P. ROLPU, Attorney at Law, U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. Mining Pro-emptions and all Land Claims attended to. BENTON. MONTANA. W. T. MCFARLAND, U. S DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR ! Oracs-NKest door to Mineral Argus, MAIDEN, - MONTANA. A. M. ESLER, Notary Public. Conveyancing. Legal blanks of all kinds filled out and acknowledged. OrtICS AT MOeTANA MINU, MAIDEN. 1. T. MAX. WATERMAN. H. G. MC INTIRr. WATERMAN & McINTIRE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW SFT. BEftON, M. T. Will attend to all business intrusted to our care ...

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. — 31 January 1884

Iht giurl xrgus. FELL A VEOOMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, * * - MONTANA. EPITOME OF THE NEWS. Washington Gossip. Washington Special: An Apache chief startled some tresatry beantes reoestly. A dledgation of braves was visiting thedepart I ment. They were surrounded by lady elerks. One brightfyrdbrunetteapprosohed I one of the chiek and commened to exam. ins his wardrobe. Theehlef said, *Ugh." The lady smled. Suddenly the b laoe his ponderous band on the lady iuder, turned to Mr. New and asee : "Me glve you tweate-Aive peaies for r this oung suaw." There was a united I a ek re bingmale war whoops, and t the ladl. diapae. They held s- In. k dignaos meeg. but let the matter drop, imamueh as the chif paid a eompliaeat by eisdyg es many ponles. The IRpnblolen onogressional cempatgu eemsulttee met a the Arlington hotel on the n Sl1t and selected an exective committee p as follows: Frank Hisooak, chairman; SI Sehtor Allison, Congrerman Washburn of Minnesota. Peelle of Indiana, Mc$Inley Ir of Ohi...

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. — 31 January 1884

A TERRIBLE WRECK. Over N00 Lires Lorn by the Wreck of the Steamer Columbus en the Rock Bound Coast of Kiaseaoh aette. The steamer City of Columbus left Boew ton at 8 o'clock ThursdQ aftwnoon, for savannah, Ga., earryins eighty pueamgeq and a omcw of forty*Ava. At Sacs a. m. Pridsy, at Gay head light, bearing uouth, the vosel stb nk on the outside the Devil's bridge bauy, Martha's Vineyard. The wied was blowing a Male went by north. The vewo lmmellately gSed and keeled over, water breaking in -g ) ) mding the port aide saloon. All the passeagers ezeeptina a few Wvmee andI 0idldren osie on deck, mealy all weaning life prt servers. All the boat. were cleared away but were 1msu.edlately swa-ape t. A musjrity of the passagen v e'nt evrrboard. Seven passengers left the uel 00 a iIe ralt and about forty wore look to the rig 5Tho U. 5. rvOueSater Dexter came along about 12580 la, soon sand sent off two boas. Treny one persona, one of wb'ni was dead, wee laced aboard the Da)ter, and aher asl...

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. — 31 January 1884

M1AIDEN, THURSDAY, Jan. 81, 188 PUBLIsHED EVERY THURSDAY BY YELL & VROOXAN TERMS OF SUBSCRIPION : Sll meatsb...»...»».»..» ........-- - -- - ..... 120 ow Year.»»...»...»..--- - .......* - ....... ........ s ADVZERTISING RATES: I lasb, minIteau .........-***--...... 1.0 t I n"moe"a...-***..***.****---....... L 1 * i " **-l* -** - Sp-eslyar - s -- s bvs*au-34--i Locals eas. .l.».io.» ..u . And now congress is called on to settle the question of the location of Dakota's capital. The bill, permitting retired army oficers to'hold civil office in territories, has passed the Senate. Mentanasa erritory sYes $23,400 in salaries to Federal officers. Where as, as a state, it will come out of the treasury. From appearances, it looks as though Mr. J. Toole has clear sailing for the democratic nomination as dele gate to congress. We are indebted to Hon. James Fergus for Ales up to date, as reported by the several committees, to the Con stitutional Convention. To-day is the birthday of Daniel ...

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. — 31 January 1884

user son Loofto sysmso a.R W.Aso, X. C. H. Wecotv, i. VTss LIMB rail.sMi~ss'6 I A .P os Gs, Sal'L '. ?.Y.&i so .pene ¶ý.t Amm~er as ~sa "'MP pss jao bo.. ar~rs A astro rses tass. *. cmo .. Y . a e: n t. LOCAL NEWS. John A. Davis started for Junction [onday ulorninW. Messrs. Dokm & Moran have erected lar transpaIacy over the entran'e their stables. Coasting on Main street has been a onansa for the boys during the past eek. " awedofU" never missed a rip. No one has yet .claimed the lady's ocket-book, found and now at N. E. avis' store.-Chronicle. If it contains nything besides poety, send it down hisi way. ,Genuine Imported French mustard y the pound, at the Star Drug Store. Sol. Genaberger, a well known busi ess man of Benton, spent several days u Maiden, last week, visiting his friend T. T. Dinsmore. He left Monday for n extended eastern trip. A. E. Pound, proprietor of the Benton outhern Stage Line, was registered at is International last Thursday and riday. He . eports eve...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 31 January 1884

Braady and soda, (Arer Swsabarse 10 RE Usan TEN RaY ArrER NEw YEARs. aMine eyes to mine eyelids cling thickly; My tongue feels a mouthful and more; My senses are sluogish and sickly; To live and to breathe is a more. My head welShs a ton and £q garter, ' By alin and by pangs ever split, Wh nian fold washg. with witer Believe not a hit. My longings of thirst are unlawful, t And vain to console or control. The aroma of coles is awful, } Repulsive the sight of time roll. I take my mastutnai journal. And strive my dull wit. to enasg, But can not endure the infernal Sharp crack of its page. What bad luck my soul had bedeviled What demos of sWle and of spite. That I rashly went Both, and I reveled t In rl'oua livig lail night? Bad the fames tihe goblet no odor t That well right repulse or retrain? d O Insidious brandy-sad-soda, I Our Lady of tas. 14 Then art gold gl ofe a the sommer a That smfled o'er a pl . a O danghter of Baseeba the bummer, A fanner, a volsade tod! tl But thy both is 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. — 31 January 1884

A PANGit> Yu An BUSCOADR. pgere Daeesly to !ame--o!be@ moo Deeepttke and Lmutag of Modern avals GUMapbMOle Do- 6 sorebed. o sometbins of a asation was caused in thbds yesterday by fa ruaor that one our of bast known oltlseas was about to ? publish £ statement 01o0neralg some un cpsal sdperieness daurg his residence ia el s. How the rumor originated it a j mpossible to say, but a reporter si if mediatley sought Dr. S. G. Martia, ti the pentlemia in question, and secured t the following interview: D ."What about this rumor, Doctor, that b you a going to make blic state ment of some important rs?' " "Justabont the same ms you will find in 1 all rotiore--*ome truth some iction. I had ootmpoe makings a pub~ic;ation Jr of some remarkable episodes that have is occurred in my life, but have not coal plte itn asyt"0 What is the nataro of it, may I en* lWhy, the fast that I ama human being a instead of a spirit.I have rsed through u one of the most ef ordeals that raps ever oceurred to any...

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. — 31 January 1884

HOW. JAMES FE3BUS. [Helens llersid.) The venerable gentleman from Meagher county to the Constitutional Convention, and who is now in the city, is the oldest member of that body. He has just made the trip from the Judith Basin across the country by stage' to Junction, on the Northern Pacific railroad, and from there to Helena by first class cars. His sight of the rail road on the Yellowstone was the first he had seen in twenty two years, He reports but three or four inches of snow in the Judith Basin and at Maiden and Fort Maginnis, but south of that portion of the country, as he ap proached the Yellowstone, the depth of snow increased to eighteen inches. Since he left home a few days ago there has been almost a corninuous Chinook, which no doubt has cleared the Judith country entirely of snow. The stock interests there were in good condition, anti the cattle and sheep prosperous and hopeful. Mr Fergus is a pioneer in the Judith country, as he was in Lewis and Clarke county nineteen ...

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. — 7 February 1884

y ý t yF do t 7 . _- aid ' ý', , . I L No. 27. MMDE , TH'TR8DAY, Feb. 7, mi : .PenD EVERY TEUNSDAT BY IBLL & 980E AN.( hifd at MaMds P. u as class ma tr. p.oateuioU Oards. RTUDEL Attorney at Law, mice opposite. Mineral Argus Office. : [gasi Blanks and Conveyanc s attended toon Short 1'dotace. F C. DWINELLE, Notary Public, OFFICE AT RUSTLE, M. T. Legal Blanks and Convayances filled I out and attended to in Short Notice. A. G. HATCH, Attorney-at-Lawt WHITE SULPHER SPRINGS, N. T. St. P. ROLFE, Attorney.at Law,' U S. Depsuy Miueral Surveyor. Mining Pre-emptions and all Land Claims attended to. BENTON. MONTI N. W. T. MoFARLAND, U. L DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR I SOrriCs-MsHt d.or to miner l AWga, MaIDEN; - MONTANA A. M. ESLER, Notary Public. conveyancing. Legal bluiks of all kinds filled out and acknowledged. Wr11CR AT OxSTAXA x31s, MAIDEN, M. T. MAX. WATERMAN. H. G. MC INTIRE. WATERMAN & McINTIRE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Fi . BENTON, M. T. Will attend to all business intruded to our care f...

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. — 7 February 1884

Skh Wiwal A2go. FELL 4 VBOOMAN. Pnbiheus. MAWIDE, - - - MONTANA. New Brnwlake:'a lzuuiutmi hed week wia & them o fstr eghrwod oEm below noms. Abent the premsnt time whemswe are - athela car winter Ice erop, the ramesed Avasralin are sweltering in the heat M 4heir harvest sids. The winter seasn is 'the Noatbern half of the werd is the umimer amon la the so6eesn hall The great iaterastIoiwi exposition oI the prodess tof oty nassions, motly at tended by mnaees, whtIah has been ran ialg in Boetom for the last four mouthe in to be remeued 4e Chi(ap, and will doebless attamt visiters from aJ semdoed of the went. Rev. Jsph Ceaek is nalne to name mss than dee Ameerlca newspapers that he could rseemmad a foreigner to read. Mr. Ceeks sympathy to AmeI ear newspapers grew osteE their rMW clm ot his pubic ultersanes. Had the aewspapers ualforuly praited him het would have liked them better. Winter is more than half over. Thd -ay -r ow longer and spring wfil se be weleomed. Without predieslag...

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. — 7 February 1884

'asm the New Bush Iem. -res various tUjaluagI a miad sa. establahrente ooalm mesplsIltm of the difficul4 of obaIRteI V ad'heeplask sood light-welghte mid le-wulhtboys to tide. Noeomer ha. a hei requied the rudiments ef hs art the'S bogies swager, becomes Intiaste with the tut sharp~rse and is feet uses his best endeavo5to0 gt the "deamanthoanow. wows" with -s little los of time as poe sib At the end of the racta useso me're L. LIrillardis tuslner resmgges Brennan, whe rode very smese lly last year, and aloe secured Mike Dono. hue, the brother of "Billy." Much to his surprise both lads proposed toaspead the winter in town. They were told thatif the went to e , the mi t conside th~tastra disc ,ree the submitted with very poor B rennas asmntatlned that he wished to attend .lghtschool, but, as Mr. Lorillard has a model school at Westbrook, -the excmse failed to hold water. Mr. Csauatt, Mr. Kittsom and a few other owners have obviated the diM. culy t a rea exentbyImporting l~ad land of t...

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. — 7 February 1884

MAIDEN, THURSDAY, Feb. 7, !S^4 PUBLI'IED EVERY TH1L RgpAY LY FELL & VROQMAN. TERMS OF SUiJ CRIPION six months ...... f2 One Year.............-.. .. .. .. .. .. ADVERTISING RATES: I inch, one insertion ...................... lý S1 .. month .............. a six . ........*... 1.0 1" one year .... Spcial rates given on large space and standing advertii eae2* Lcal notiles 15 cents per line. Officers of Meaher County. J. 3. Murray Probate Judge L. itwett .... .. e and Recorder W. D. Cameron ........................ ttterilf SAm Alice Nichols ....... .S . of Scool LoDKR cox DEI2TY tOERtFFP. 3. A. Cela. nder Sheriff. White Sulpher Springs eli .... Reedafort H ''n Crwlayn NDepuy8rff :..B........ arker .Tot'.dU. Deputy SlteriU. White Sulpher ptrings Bogene Erwin .......................... asiden CoultirY COXMItsaONRIW. H. W. Cladrk, hion, Whit 5issorhi `le ............................... .Brassy Soffles Price Ust. from Tas MININo RarYsw we quote ioilouwu's eurrea.prices, subject to corre...

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. — 7 February 1884

MAIDEN LODGE, No. IS. A. 0. U. W. MEETS EVERY WEDNESDAY 'RVENING. /Os WAenW. t. W. C. H. WOarOTT, R. STAGE USES. JUTNC tON CITY BSToE LINE. Vi.MnraCo., Proprietar. L. P. Williams, WprlntZa&" IaVesL.4a. 6 I. ., M, W. & F., ,&rss sAn daerts feom Maiden on corresponding dals sad bour. RE1aGn iOuLrE RV STAQ4 LfIlX. 0 =1% and St. M aglnnts Route. Leaves at oe 7 a. m., M. W.s !. Arrives at Fast Maglnn last as.m., T. T. & . Connects at I bat jtage to m1lags lad Benton. IIILLINGS & NTON. STAGE LINE. Walter Burke, Bup't. T. .0. Powers. Pro'pr. sB. 7 p. m.. T. T. & S. Arrives at Benton T. '& . -Connects at Ubet for stage to Maiden, Ft. miants 1and Wartipsaqle. LOCAL NEWS. Sheriff W. D. Careron, arrived in Maiden, Tuesday. John A. pavisretariw4 fronce Jun(ction on Tuesday's caoah. Wool toots pnd Oy r-shoes it the o. P. C. O. 1). 'he boas for this cold weather. Broadwater, McNamara & Co. have placed an attaohmentapon the major ity of the Collar property. Wolfe th...

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. — 7 February 1884

mTT-IIITI C01ou88. ste!se.p, Memry 99 . aswrs -Esb were latteodmes to ensuer ,tqal rights to the medleal probsion in heo stros ofthe UAWted Stat, and to pee. Pent Me eroelatlse through heo ma.lt o lottery advertisemna from foreign ean* tries. * The Ameriao hog bad hli day In the swnats agal this afternoon. The discas. sloe arose upon Mr. Anthomy's rseelatieo 1t empowe the peeiddst to retriut the im port of deleterioss articles from foreign oountriee. Smster Trps again took ths frOUsld that the time had come tor retalla . msaeaurae. e sthought that four rearn g was e now, as the sad of as much m tiatlco, the Gerum 4 and French not only prohibit the importsC tio of our bog products which were an healthy, bit those which were healthy also. He was tor diredt rstaliation without alon d soe. Suimer Miler of New York was In favor of more dipluomaci erub rosoladn w, finally changed so as a se lfer the whole aubjeut to the committee a on foreign relations, with inaractiora to f jost back esc...

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. — 7 February 1884

bur 5ee~eet eee~s emsi a /r. Azaam. t.. JOGa 10,At. Menrs. Ediow: The upper pstoes .1 Vermont Is emeatthle gatstrlone la Amersjes theemmer ý*setoeat the bleshaghte. Itaoerd aple Mo pro«i* dias agV eso, but on pream se a min.. -i there are .m sad womes here who net with: Mfr. Joseph Jseqr s colsetdwh the Vermoint Oetaelu~rdin hei M (pacity of master meson. is well ad vaod i yernwit aruddy comsplex iondhdIllZ'p.SI's. whl his gen eral bearing Is suh to istantly im one with his stries honor ad Ia .g evea5 y ago he became at with the m4U e i troubles, which prevente the of his duties. He was and yet esetioes, while at times a would eome over him whith iseedalmost bliadmng, His will power as strong, and he de termined not to gieway to the myator. loes influence which eemed undermin. log his life. But the pain and annoy symptoms were stronger than his sad he kept rowing gradually weoe. timeob bega tonotlee adit About Isi on b b oo sand it was hg e r that he wasable to force bfeet into them...

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. — 7 February 1884

MINING ITEMS. An English hydraulic mining com pany is operating in South Africa, Grant Co., N. M. is credited with a bullion output of $1,532,454.19 for i884. The Fusilade has a shaft 3o feet deep and shows 2 feet of good carbon ate ore. Extensive placer mines have been discovered about 2o miles from Butte, Montana, on Fish Creek. About 4o men are doing prepara tory work for the Iron River Furnace Company. The amount of copper produced in the lake regions in 1883 Is estimated at 65,ooo,ooo pounds. The shipment of copper matte and ore from the district of Butte, M. T., will approximate 70,000,000 pounds. The Dexter mill at Butte, Montana, is making a very successful run on free milling ore from the Orphan Girl mine, The Plymouth Consolidated Com pany, of Amador county, Cal., has * zoo stamps in operation, and is paying its monthly dividend regularly. The Idaho Gold Quartz Mining Co. paid a dividend of $5 a share on the 7to of January, aqgregating $15,500. Total of 170 dividends, 3,41...

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. — 14 February 1884

L o-28. Maiden and Mainni Thursda , February 14, 1884. Pro 10 g, THURWDAY, Feb. 14, IO4. WD avanY THURSDAY Dy JLL & VROOMAN. I wgii Iis P. e.Ua bsens Uammnne. pýoiu.oual Omwd&. T M. TRUDELL, Attorney at Law, aooe opposite Mineral Argus Ofice. UgUI Blankand Conu nnces attended C. DWJI , Notary Public, OFFICE AT RUSTLE, M. T. i4gal Blanks and CJonveyances filled out and attended to 1n Short Notice. A. G. HATCH, Attorney -at-Law wrrTE SULPWnR sPRntos, W. T. H. P. BOLFB, Attorney at Law, U S. Dsptdy Mixeral Surveyor Mining Pre-emptions and all Land, Claims attended to. mIENON. MONTANA. W. T. MoFARLAND, U.S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR ! owCes-Dw dr ** t. a slse. MAIDRY, - MowrANA. A.M ESLER, Notary Public. Conveyancing. Legal blanks -f all kinds illed out and acknowledged. Goens aT xourai xuxws MAIDEN, U. T. MAX. WATERMAN. H. G. MC INTIRE. WATERMAN & McINTIRE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW FT. BENTON, M. T. Will attend to ail business intrusted to our cUe fromn Maiden and vicinity. Hamilton ...

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. — 14 February 1884

FELL t VROOXAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA. Buffalo LL the third city of New York which bas applied to itself the civil ser vice provisions of the State act which is cow in operation in the vareous derical departments of the State government. Pace the Chinese Immigration to Cal iWernia was prohibited by congressional seaciment, the net gain over previous years in free white immigratiea haa been. very large, and of the best cbara. tI. The people feel a sense of relief In getting rid of the mongolian element, and are more hopeful of the future than ever before. Ii hunting for the very last reveln da ery centennial, it has been found that the evacuation of Now York did got mark the fnal departure of the British as their soldiers occupied some ailitary posts on the Penobsoot until aloag in January, 1784. With the with drawal of these troope the British occn painlm of ear sdll was terminated, but ao movement looking to the celebration of the evet-is yet chronicled. 1 Wheu every me...

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. — 14 February 1884

tI i1'Y IIDIflaZ LAIDDES. ,gavgke~ orbh Praire Goto Phiflt- o saipts After an 3ednott. n gh Amily ot tweety-t0.. Indian I gi who have been ivies hr some b pos- at the melnota jasitaetio., Uwqsth sket, below spew, was 13. to Gafy on Thuanday ateraoo by w arrival Of twenty-sevS girls Aoe e teasa TrainIng lobool at OCalisle, a b onm which ples they wer sem t by 1sr of the Interior Department of ekited elates government. The s y who are now is Philadelphia will, t se earse of a few weeks, be jetmed I twenty-STe mere, which will om- * the number to be taken ear of in this city. The smew arrivals are apparently per iett satisfied with their new quarters. J naged in aofrom asi to twenty, were neatly dressed and we ber~ blak harIn plalta The At ar e divided inot two disio, eao c which goestrog a reuar geun of itudy and work d a117* Theyt use ate o'clock, and after breakfast one gees to the abeool-roose and r from a o'clock until noes, the I ý ferilspending these hours in learn- c ing to the...

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. — 14 February 1884

MAIDEN, .BHUR8DAY, Feb. 14, 1W8: WarBUsHED EVERY THL RSDAY DY BELL & VROOMAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIQIoT : ss...u..... ..._...._.a ADVEWTIIING RAC't : Ut memt..c - . 5»..... 0o 1s.....=.......... 2100 apeOal ratn giv.s - rge. spc .and int.eding teert messe.. ses.rus Iagml motlmlr tt e~eIb P John A. Logan's son stands next to the lowest in his class of fifty, at Wuat Point. Delecpe Maginnis will introduce a bill forth. joint admission of Dakota and Montana to statehood, as soon as the c6estiutional convention -has fin ished its work. Now " the quesion is, who are the citizens that Delegate Maginnis refers to when he apys: "the citizens promised to have surveys made and send me map of the reduction of the reser r ,rtson they desised." It is evident that our duIegsse has been sensur :d for the ti fault of others. Let the "citizens" referred tq respond. We. irteied to ascertsas ste pusticulars and place the blame where it belongs. See letter elsewhere in this issue. In Sec. 37, of the Jud...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
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