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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 23 August 1883

't T.. CS. A.ýý 0.U.p W. Vt WUDNUBDAY rVwwoG. buL M.w o.U OlWO~4OtF, LOCAL NEWS. It with his "little hatchet." rains have visited the Judith , le valleys, recently. a" for "OcTong" brought iA the face of the dignified and aevrt. of the Collar boys are out of week's washing. "Gone to Seesmee. Bsidler pawed through town ona his way to Benton, to steanier Rosebud. is to be givvn at Big Spring FuMlay evening, Aun. 'lit, for vitations are out. mmonceault received a large in of freight last Friday, fron-! and has more !n route. McPartlan fell the whole length bill recently. When he re- I his feet he was heard to remark: we aefresh." of5~~15Li.O¶mad.J haa tbe.~rn refire-d. *Hwtne: .a soza 7.1Cbli, interest Ti laps.*..* ..... .. .... : . 1 distrirnt urnaurt eon V~t.' dne spit. 211, Wade. preaidirng; J. A. Johnsonm, diatrict attonrney; N. Ix of White i$ulprher $jringsa district attorney. - party given at the res~idence of , eat overland, was adecid,.d tad we .hall endeavor, ini our tu giro e...

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. — 23 August 1883

!warn his weakness' pretty well, and a our wedding day approached I began to tremble. . " "Charley," I M ea we pstea Oa alght before, "don't be late tomorrow whatever you do." "Good heavens, Iallia What do you tUhe me for?" said Cbar!ey. "I[ ever a man was ready for anything-" "Which yen never were since I knew you," I maid. "I behave you would manage to be late for your awalgeleh ." "That would not depend quite so much upoon my own violition;" smad Charley laughing. "Make your mind easy, Pattle woman; I shall bala time." I was by no means cpaveed of it, but I could say no more. At rat [ had thought of being married In im EKglisb style, but I did not foacy *e idea of waiting at the chancel rat he Charley. The only male thing seemed to be to se core him before we left the loose. Two o'clock was the hour fixed for the wedding, ead as the time approached, of course I we is a termilL I Vas care that the beli irreer was late, but Auat Fan ooiarieced me that the appointed hour had not yet...

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. — 23 August 1883

law to Idaho is very Agijt. Z' . , deer, elk, antelope. aaa mIar~~e tbe khile be m »iw e(aeyand the firt of each fer. and at no sh e hell they be kildto obtain set ohlp their caresees out 4Ise Dudley Warner remarks that aeswthitebdlag ita robust aesteotlsahby waterlag-phue ~uIt ia Oysime, itlsdp g-daya Iirtation time. It Is a seriod ligiemasms end tndecision. It be very dicltet in August make up the mind either to accept erreject him. And worse still it is to be the letter part of the month be maakkes up him mind o propose. te askeek ofb maing pthemn t In AngSt ma nearly abeurd, for ia no mind to make up." At Cleaveras, (hi., a short time ago, lrenchman, while haying, was bitten a terantula. It is supposed that in blg hay into a oart the tarantula of the hay nlto the inside of his which was unbuttoned at the t at the time. He felt something wing on his person, but before he get his hand in to find out what it the creature had bitten him twice the left aide. He immediately strip. of ...

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. — 23 August 1883

:.r. t. urtii. the well knows miunis ig lmiteer, i general mauhager for the alipany, and the inuienae :.niiut of lieintis requiring hi, atten non i conduc~tcd ably" and with all pu--iii- di patih. Tliii (llar Mining & Imnprovement I lcpanI awill, biiandal al 4tmestion. pr. N a nhdt -et eeful and pacing itn t rp~i-c. andl the company rue to be onrnial 1tech tty,. having fur it- loc"al in, ra,. ur" . t atle cur s of 1it1n. .1i- ('1t. NEWS IN BRIEF. Rock Isand Pi inters are out on a ,trikt. The r'pcrt that Texas fever is rag il; .ii o:g Kansas cattle in a malig nt.nt form is tnt:ue. Charles irucsia'e created something of sensation at Niagara Falls recent-.v, by rot mit throe gh the rapids from the Anteric an shore, starting from near the head ofthe hiwraulic canal, and landing at the uOH cr end of Goat island. 1). (. Mills has presented the S:a e f Ialtitornia a magnitfient piece of statuart , represent.ng Columbuns at the tort ofi tueet Isabella. It wll le nine feet high amid cost...

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. — 30 August 1883

)IADWEN. THLURJ I AY. A'(4.l :. 18T3 D) all )Ir.D EVERY TlwIRRDAY BY LL. .VROOMAN. O atl Mattes lP. 0. as Secead C:ass a Atae rofessipnal Cards. M. IRUIJEL.I Attorney at Law, Offce opposite Mineratl A\rgu- 0111 41 Blanksaud Commyan.cesortttu ntt1 to on -hurt Sot I . JOHN T. A'TIIEY, * Notary Public, lIF} IF WIT1 14R0A&IWArER, MC:NA.tARA & 1'.. FO)RT MAt.INNMF, M F . v. W INELL.l~? SNotary Public, - OFFICE AT RL"STI.!. m. f. Legal Blanks yuld ( ta'uv .ay - t i ¼ out and tittetitit to 11ill .itt \Ol i' Notary Publio. t'onv~eyancing. 1.'L!Leg l~ u ~fn 1.til kinds tilled unt ur1l at knti 4,, OFFICE AT MONTANA wlIi:. MA1[DE3;. MAX, W .AT::AL AN. I. . IN t t: I ATTORNEYS AT LAW El liX'. 1 IN, .M1 I W i I : .. ..11 l i , r. It. HOUSE, S!C!N CARRIAGE PAINTING. KaLo(:ionng . 0 I a ; u all one, lh : :. * I)ane i. ,utl t:.. F M.IM(AA'. !, .111 HI AD (b{ MAIN '1 . Hamilton &, Wetherali, Ill . t. l IT Wines, Liquors & Cigars, HLE1 t t)1 1\IX tllE 1. vMA. MON City Bakery. VINCENT ...

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. — 30 August 1883

FELJ. A VBOOMAN. Publishes. gAIDEN, . - - MONTANA Oscar Wilde, the apostle of isetheti). ,ism ia beck again to New York. .l5je ~oine to reap :anotber bervest of lilt :ering Ammrican dollars. His rsturn was by no mesans a triumphal afair, for scarcely a dosen knew it or cared about ft. The news of his utter social collapse there had preceded him to New York, and the probablilty now is, that se far from being Hioeised, feted, pettedand * caressed, so strong is the force of exam ple in canoes of taste, he will be left by pc ple this side the Atlantic severe :y atone. The election of a senator for Now Hampshire completes the roll of the senate for the next congress. There have been twenty-six elections for the senate for the next congress, and of these fifteen were in the last congress, saving eleven who are entirely new uen. Of the old senators re-elected mar are; republicans and eleven are -mocrats; 6f new men who had no its in the senate of the last congress eight are republicans two...

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. — 30 August 1883

go P"~ b >4 i/ MN i. km rteuv =Mvk No owsmrM gM . w~~ il m ia -NE-M~ M -LO WZILLAM -0 driving, biladigemowtheiky dark dslim, a wild wbd sweepiug over padis the meaains g-ne hiddes view by the sinoe. threw more pinse loe.m the are, together the red eahins cartains at small window of her "best room," tried to make thWip a trills coeler ranah able. or will morn be home," she msid bad hilen into the habit of talk. herself out in this lonely country, "new. hr west." "He will put the in the corral early to-aight-it is y. small clock on ashelf, which served maotel, and which was draped with simple but pretty chti., like the as, struck four. Zara sighed a lit she beard it. How many times she listened to that same silvery it was a pretty little French -in happier days In the dear east! musical sound recailed so muchl ht back the pretty, old-fashioned England home so Plainly. Zara t.lmoet sma the great creamy that climbed over the front porch. could see the tasteful little home r, so dutar...

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. — 30 August 1883

ý T MMAIDEN , TIHGIIýilM ) AI1(i.N) 1$ICi 1r1DLUgliED EVERY Ti1t UtDAl iI - FELL £ VROOMAN.J Mr. W. T. Nbbs.. Iow earwtu~ltd agSM b1 .ials ad s'Usmbd. _ _$wIp UmS .ad Sab M" rERRMS OF ~lI1L44iUIITJI)N ADV)ERTISING~ RATEF tI Icoeb intrtioi........................0 I ta month ...................... :l.t10 ij. tSpecial rate' glveen on large .laer tandtanding adver't i,.r,,nt. Leeal no ( 15, cents per tine.. Off brm of Umerw C.etay. JE. I ltan y .................1rebate Judge .1. F. Mit li tc ...... ... ....... Trraanerr I.. Roletrit ..... ..........triateilrand ~ rdirr :.A. Key'. letter Sheriff, White' Salpbe.'.Spring. ibta tbiC eky. lepots Sherif .......... Rt~irroir.t liere ;1 IILet. ifrputy sherilt ........... Itarhe.' Tel. Reed, Dtepaty Sherlif. Whit, Caiphee Sptring' W'pt.Mllete . (erh ta. . .,......M ur Vle tehni, k-hl ................... ...... Xaidatt Cannot some arrangement be made whereby the Martinsdale and Magin- ma' nis mail stage can make connection ja at the Post with th...

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. — 30 August 1883

STAGE UNUS. rI03 PITY AND MAIDEN ."tAr~ Ll't~ IlW&C.P'ostot.,. LP. Wll.... Lwo t'ba. Ia..M, W. . tet alden on nernspaiding O 116 EA 10K US E a P. alrnsPoe. fe oomare 'N W R Andras at Port T. i ndlU. .. at a e RKaJt KEPTOW 51103 U299 1bgsa t% for elteg to Midena, Ft. so LIMlE, Us II A.a0. U. IEVERY W1EDNDDAY EVENING. fltPUAtLT, M. W 0. 1. WOLCon, R. LOCAL NEWS. n wants a dude. Stillman has moved into town. * M. Munn has our thanks for ir of prairie chickens. 'Iver Mountain tunnel has now a depth of 2(X) feet and sholws a ly of ore. rd of County Commissioners White Sulphur Springs. Mon tember 3d. hat the game laws are inoper is expected that the Maiden will have its share of wild meat. Iwn. of Missoula, who is to rge of the Collar boarding used through town Tuesday family and household gsasls. r Burke and Charles Boisson ft this morning. The firmer gs and the latter Uhet.-Record Ijissoneault, is a citizen of *ant " niet he is going to here. [igtiy is staking ri pirir o11 1111 :at ...

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. — 30 August 1883

.LitJsat on the vine wreathaeuag if her father's borm, lootsig m ay ,hIture of childish dee dd pair. Ire Seo* -tint-face. which bad Mtn f.on aw W t name of Blosom, 9hshtI etin'd from weeping and tdsi b as wray decided frown. In her chubby dimpled arms she w 'clasped a Maltese kitten, to whom, child Ashion, she confined her troubles. bPapa is going to bring me borne a trees, hateful step-mother," she sobbed. "like Tommy Dyke bes. Tommy says a &is step-mother scolds him dreabt, and h st week she made him give away his C &ltle dog 'calme it knocked down her poll pairot' cage! Oh, dear) Oh, dear Now I suppose i'll have to give yocaway, you precious darling little kittie." The thought of loaaig her pet ciaued a fresh .eist of tears and sobs, and sbe hugged _j ao closely that it mewed with paln. t k ha t ofte l d"e ohe said wise t Ily; "I'll go down to Aunt Maryes and tell her all 'bout Iit Prape she'll let me stay with her and be her lIttle Sbe had often been to her auntas with b...

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. — 30 August 1883

u ma ae a m.. r 011 Jak aw Eileet of mbses.a, Who lamset Away a een+ Was =y.. tW, SateggTams , AN . 1. - bheimntt . J. Blmas, the lgew Of 111.as., u..e." is deatl wea wemutl and ealm. He west eut beemnltl a seammersea pes the eead inh winaeean eons ,me, apes of abtaned immera IIty. At ikhe breathed hh i . Ktisen odye, he tarned over an his I with a umite playing apes his lips d sway. tal two mons, Chenosys Wr h sptr s Hornby. soe-slaw. Mr Bornary, and A.?. w. wen present when I spbrk led. Ihorly betwre death Ihis toy haabs upon Ltim, he spoke alienee of the ftu a,, sayling to his MEy be had s bar of cresing the er whet his Heavenly Father him ea the other shot. ending, I that I wee a eoufortab.e about leave behind ia the world." When red wife keelt by his bedside com him with he ya thy and love, utterance to the tolio impree. aper: "Oh. thou most beb and I heavenly lhhber, from whoeA I A .grant that my Znt ad sad t I be called o pmo t to tad oh bhem and comfort then my odph Illam on...

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. — 30 August 1883

4. `' - sINBIF Johnt L MJaliji of ti eYland(I died e . rCEutY;" ged 101 isar-. Use' W~ilde hias arrived itt Ne'w Y)11. wih ort Lair and l ag t reciho". to1e Ru~fus Hatch slid pattly are on i sitr way to the Yellowatoiie Parkc. : nosing three nwti~otl, L:+4 suejold~l. it North Dakota will conlven e ait Fargo, M, Snept inr thue-r inter les of shuns,1iI I f theOA~ob d'ivided rmong te colag Frand~t':lr duringhi rcntiii Tlve u} )utn tnati grs eiCarlmugi - the lienter v & lii t I :iude r lwtay. ini z .Inudin] Utah lease d l ine for the se'osal week in Aivugii-v ari I 1S.151. igain-t i" t I' IMI for ilti citri -Ioundii wesIck star ago; line i-VI itiiing iniei J~ui. ite folnlrin, i- a State mint of the .-' fj 1 tipts at the poi.titlice- moved during the it-c l t ecr itdeil Jtnve :'o. 1S: 1 ~~Iston.t~ i1.4119.12_ P'hil~had lphin. sl. 11 1;!1; Chicago. 1.vlj t 1 ; l in.vin ati. ?<: '1 I t'le v e!avn . -v ii ti. eI: st Loi-. Si::.7i:0 iiit -ibrg. ctilii 4u 11 r ndrr a. r.>1:3 liiig u...

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 September 1883

a a and e Me g Thuu ___as , 1eptnbe 6,188 --- t am ------c' - orr* kirDrtu nL LIaey at Law, SMm Aran. OS.e. ST. ATUIY, emyPubio, Fmina wý ~werw. YcNAMIArA & Co., - UAU sm . T.. rubli, AT RUSTLE, N. T. s bmvwaysaoom filled ____a~ to in klfbort Notice. ESLER, F at aad acknowledged . TAa Mllll IIM. tE iH. . Co.carLa. & McINTIRE, -RNYS AT LAW Fr. BINTN, M. T. to all buineas intnrated to from Maiden and vicinity. IOUSE, SION GE PAINTING,! Paler Hanging and of Scroll Work, Done Promptly. NN, - - li-primt r S ZaD or 2AU STrn.. A Wetherall, tltJ, Im In Iklors & OCgars, OF MAN STREET, N, MONT. Bakery. G!I Prop'r. .knd Pies,,&c n, LIT DAY. Waft d A mm O nce, Wuau If T.aOfie Jenki, Naamoum, HAm Drum, hIbW.e. Man SM. 1k. wim a 0.11 63c~noK .MaMUen Drg Sore. DL. J. M. RAWN, - Pnemazs,. DPAL IN DRUSO, ONEMIOALS, PAmr Usge tm or A. Kam. . lu Toilet maps, Fancy Hair and T rooth erslu Pehamery, A,. &. Fas Lae Qr OrATIOmeuv. P.m t , and i u s, bfr elis CIGAR/ AoD usx GUAoms or IO...

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 September 1883

FELL 6 VOOMAN. bleew.. MAIDEN, . - MONTANA. The great shoe and leather fallures of beato sand viclaity are attributed to our prodaotion. The manehucturoe loaded themaelves up so heavily with made-up stock that it was only a quse tlon of time when the crash would come. France is contracting a new loan for M0,000,000. She owes nearly 6 000.000. 000, and it is becoming rather a setlous question as to whether the amount has not become too large to be controlled. Her government openditure, Including that of the Immense standing army and the payment of interest, reached last year the sum of about $1,000,000,000, or four times that of the United States. If there were no other ause of discon tent In France, this burden would be smoSelent to cause disquietude. The mineral products of the United 8tate are immense. According to the oMeial report recently issued by Mr. Albert Wiltiams, Jr., the chief of the division of mining statistics and Tech nology of the United States geological survey, th...

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 September 1883

&blel j pwhoal so besies a 1 I M ap at t i**as Iea .mar. I _ Ga Wr M WS 3 swlan my aebasems -tee man, mi I'ea4 p yherbll I g -s:a, ermemiy. "If Mead eqa w s yeas I wed sir led yas the maq. Ir abhMyl I withot m br thwh I ab Ley Ow ma, bat Dsh tl NI be p-a as easeo ? esl may tha sbhot thM I that so sn - ase isa Is . s th SarMs si IBows., "I know why 1 m'r dea a day ia Ia MR mat La by a poor , above all by a peer ,oms story." mid eo.., eb. "Oh, bidglIghl, Imaw " rfe dmfsee" SL at 10 yeaa ad. It J-s asI tirnd o th o esevmw timl  a, amt the mm tila over sand bet a gsoy wiI mabke a bew$S it. p " a nrself ombeby -. - l dher ed dra med her huhem ever her pratth aasq. gade emied a neseleither eeaer ,he siged Wintly and bepaar lib a fr the -wre I wasr them sekwer rr whieh hoe as elenadmied at my hom, hmember them? Of eourse I do. t'a h i wosd blow them A h L . .the.... uttry. wi twith tiwht v be. It heYba betwWe of ih to hr a-lkkrtykr~tlt i. S beroi, o it," mai Aunt 'ra Hastinp was he...

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 September 1883

mwaus m min uiwmv IAW~fl, TWU DAY, Wht. A, NO 'ILL _ VROOM AN. TRRNM$ or UIW UmaPgO : 1Mlro ... ... ......... ........ no Irr ow ......... ....... U o AUVKRTU4IN(J RATm4 se.... .......... ... s w .. . i .. uu .beu.diee 14" 611e110 I .e. PetM Ie1.. ..4 " ...k.. .·..... SNMeetAND MuRSke M1115 r ýi rap wi* VS5If IMNNNAIOu6. 1piw I1._.1º ii ~)*YI *~ YC) ~ e elif!~ vesee see semv weecupe am Own im ue. T he krIlowin s vtit r not r bnr In11111M h, br dtsttitvttrn l h4 uSnatut%. dhl1IIStU I? Vrl to1-v n b tt tº111 %I t ".tlh4 W. rhe *R ktsYiwd. II 11:14 .ha rur the wary ~r,4 thlu trl t. IC Ibt !Etel4d I\ * f1L Hall IauIL to ,twº" wuuu the khe Lutt l F' l, 11'r, the alvw4%%rt, hr r:+t 4+rtttt~v tha tk') tkkt of thel tttt.u whvti m. bl iertuu it as atdi.r t.,' wit Itwt I\hkrs * -fA tutvutltg tr lv CIIkn'awtlll* throve, lu .Uiklru u.1 Et MA~tuwa Chat it t trrre.At .uI \uyle h uwIe (h.l, t:MtuS, t tr Cwt LIALII )* sKrol':tv d.Xu\lltluctt, lt "V W lt) tk,%V"AY ty uvt. in ItY:ltt whore btceut it ...

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. — 6 September 1883

b. W.Y4 Al. M.W. .0 N. Wmueew. t. e ?T I sa 'aan IJtx e a` a mrtam unA. -- Btr a .. . . .. t M . Stlhs nee by the pen of "Vuk--an," that place in order that our nigh ors should have a repreentan tion in Jr paper, and we trust that "Vulcan " ill me to it that the events, haps and mishaps, etc., of Spring Creek and inity are weekly chronical sed. The soilmas of THu MINCrAL Aiows are pen to any and all such as wash to have their locality represented One of the greatest drawbacks -to C be development of a mining camp is J e lack of co-operation and harmoni- I a action. There is too much rivalry a sa suspicion of motives of individual n dots for the wellfare of the camp. I _aidn is not altogether exempt from I his condition of things, and a stran- e Swill hardly be here long enough to c t a square meal before he is made ware of the situation. This is to be ipored as it retards the development d our mines and the growth of the , . The Amou's has no .ympathy I will not lend its aid in pro...

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 September 1883

PUtde " m ALIT if *0e 0%began se n as we w I -rried-es, ear belbm. I bad been a to Charlry lees eouSh to ar hs Usawkhme priet nel and Swedda g day approached I bepn to "(aerley," I abmIs we pred the " bebam, "doa't be Ite to-mrOvw ihatenr ye do." Need bheave, Lella What do yo k s me f" mid Charey. "Ifewer - was ready fr anything-" h --Whls yea nevr were mins I knew ea," I aid. "I bell eve o wald m--e to be late hr your ownfbetral." 'That would not depend quite sa mb apn my own vioitioe;" sad abr!ey lughia. "Make your mnd b ay, Iitt woman; I shll be time." I was by no smeas ooasmneedof t, but I could my no mon. At Arst I bad I thoght of bdai married In the EnBilb tyle, but I did nothnoythe ideaof wating at the chauel rails for Cbarley. Te only a thin seemed to be to e cle him bedre we left the kousm. Two o'lock was the bour fied for the ,eddlag, and as the time approech d, fcorse I was a turmoil. I was ere tha the hair dremar was late, but Aunt Fan convioed me that the appoinated...

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 September 1883

F t- o Swe y i Uh seaks theat' bs rebaut' gribb, wa ne Uple I ioms dim es Agust g iid either to ceept S LAnd worse till it ls e whole beyl, was biMtes abrabsntl. It is supposed that Ia hay InsO a ar the tarantula the hy late the Insie of his wtibh was uabuttoned at the 1 m p111ermpe, bet ýhee hbe geh he ladi to And out what it the reature had bitt e twin i d intrder without bein - la lesm than Afe na om - foem the time he was bitten his side tared as blaok as a piee of and he was unalleo walk. His took him to the bourn, near wM. - Ga,4 rtlIe, la., the ra sing Sppipn of the trbine squash has ea ladestry. It Indsa ready amie and is mad almost eldmalvely Igpes. In ashape t rememblee wheel, whence it takes its i.t has the color of the pumpkin ook like a kherhaw, bet is mner vet a more delloate lavor. The Tvi heavl and tnue baring until bfrom t4 50 to $ per barreL . E. A. Clkin, of the Milwaukee -y Telegraph has been out to Den weading the Grand Army reunion. terview he s : "y the asy,...

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 September 1883

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Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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