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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 27 March 1884

MAIDEN LODGE, No. 18. A. 0. U. W. tEETS EV~RY FRIDIAY 1 sw'II H Jt.. rrty, MW. - STAGE LINES. CIO's CITY STAGIE L.IKE. Vail. jdier , Co.. Proprietnr)T L.. P. 4iiiam", -_.·tciideIkt Learnip f. ) Fa. III.. 31, W\. 4. 1·., suuwntý nn departs I. ril MiaiddnA Un cnrreqpouzd ig days and hour. IIFNON ' LTI IlY STAGE LINE. And, nrille and Ft. Maginnis RoIte. 1"eirs Vanmrlle . ",M. 13. &" 1. Arrivta at ha'rt 't . T. 4. i . Connecte ri UI: I for atage to Hiillrnt and al: Iteton. IIII..LING' $! I3INTON STAGF LINE. alter Irke. Sut. T. C. Powern, ''u'pr Loares g. 7 p. m.,T I .Arie a tutr LaRi e n Connects at bet for ltage to )IIidcn, JI'. T.nlli & d y.. ndal LOCAL NEWS. A. M. Efsler leaves for Whitc Sulpher -Springs Friday mirlling, to attend court. Certain parties Pxl)ee, to tbuild a: 0-ton smelter this suminn.r, in Cone Butte District. The party that took the Mrcireb Cen tury from this office will confer a favor by returning the satme at olice. Chas. Spear, represelltilg Paul Mc Cormic...

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. — 27 March 1884

AN UPLA'ND) PARR1EWS SON(G. Br WILLAI HtnIm. The golden rod is boruirt, my beloved, my beloved, And the asters lift their pu''e hends to the late September sun. And the maple-tips are turning, my be loved, my beloved, And the ivies flush to crimson, that adown tLe hillside run. There's a wine blush in the elders, my be loved, my beloved, And the sumac's leares gleam bright be neath their spikes of sober red; And the sunflowers raise their faces, like dark orbs rimmed round with glory. Besting up;into the aazre from their green, luxurious b d. The grapes burn crimson-purple, my be loved, my beloved. From their trellised foliage-fastness c' broad, slowly-browning leaves. And the late peach gathers lister in its nee of creamy yellow, Like a Ruth's lace lited sunward from a wreath of golden sheaves. The meadow grass is browning,my beloved. my beloved. And the cattle browse to windward, as in protest of their fete. Or some trailing round the orchard, half expectent of its treasure. Or l...

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. — 27 March 1884

FORTY BILLION GERMIS. t Wonderful Theory Thati Concerns the Welrare. Happiness and 1Life of Everyone. Ill his quiet and cosy 'II:ray at the los1e of a bust day sat a gntleman and i ia wife, he absorbcd in a nl:w book and I he in the newspaper. Quicklyglao cing owald Iher husband, she asked, at acer ain tpit in the article. "-Jolhn, w'iat is the germ liheory?" j "Thce germl theory-well-yes; just olk in the encyclope lia under 'Germ,' bit will explain it so mucl better than i can." Accordligly his wife opened the book R t the ord rn ined and read: G rma leory of hlis tas"--A theory adlvauced y the ablest ail beIt inv'sticators and ienttiits of t 0 ti, (. It stIrlposes tce t irfaLe of thi" ea t, the air andi water be iniha:bitthi d tl ) 1 t .re. 'tter or lessi x nt with a pen ':'lii crowtl of the low it formin of fui; -i.olimonly t: rnetd I acteria, who,"le p,('I er of r( prociletionl, uder fic torble co(tiltiousq, is S, gtreat i hatasi lngle germ will increasie to it- u ten iltlion ...

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. — 27 March 1884

MONTAlJA NEW.'3. Bozeman is to has (. anothr r:ilrh ,:ýad. Custer county has thirty?-four pri.~-: oners in its county jail. The Northern Pacific land grunt covers 18,304,000 acrer in Montana. The cattle men of Miles City and; vicinity were in session on the 9th inst. A Mining Bureau and Exchange isA in course of orgnuiz.dtion ,u Liv ingston. A. K. YerkeR, fonnerly of the Bo.e man Chronicle, has moved to Porland, Oregon. Miles City was again tioo led on Monday of last week, caused by an ice gorge in the river. The Sun River Canal Company has filed its articles of incorporation. Capital stock, $300,000. P. W. McAdow and wife hare re cently returned to Billings, after a bridal tour in the Sunny South. It is rumored that Drum Lunimon stock is booming in London, 4"10 per share being the latest quotation. H. M. Parchen has been nominated by the republican convet.tion, of tlel ena, as their candidate for mayor. The Smelter at Barker has been started up, and turned out 200 bars of bullion t...

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. — 3 April 1884

Vol. I.o35 Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thursday, April 3, 1884. Pri -___ _0 -e--_ 1- I MAIDEN, THURSDAY, April 3, 1884. pVUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY FELL & VROOMAN. Entsrsd at Maiden P.0. as Second Class matter. profeusional Cards. T. i TRUDELL, Attorney at Law, fece opposite Mineral Argus Office. Legal Blanks and Cti av t Ces attended c. DWINELLE, Notary Public, OFFICE AT RUSTLE, M. T. Legal Blanks and Convayances filled out and attended to in Short Notice. we T. MCFARLAND, II. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR ! Oracs-Nest door to lanerai Argun, MAIDEN, - MONTANA. Will attend to all matters connectdi with the Laud Oge. or the Public Surreys. MAX. WATERMAN. *I. (. MC INTIRE. WATERMAN & McINTIRE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW FT. BENTON, M. T. Will attend to all business intrusted tc our care from Maiden and vicinity. H. P. ROLYE, Attorney at Law, U. S. Deputy Mineral Surveyor. Mining Pre-mphtions and all Land Claims attended to. SENTOIL MONTANA. A .. Notary Public. monveyancing. Legal blanks o...

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. — 3 April 1884

FELL & VROOMAN. Pit1lihers. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA. New Orleans for a month pa:it has been thronged with northern people, especially denizens of the n.'°thwest, and all were charmed by the climate and other good things. Boston has resolved that women shall receive the same wages as men who do the same work in the public schools. Its souncil voted to give a woman in charge of a grammar school $2,000 per annum, the same received by men in the same grade. This is only simply jps tice, providing the woman does her work as well as the man. And here lies the difficulty in the question of wages. Senator Anthony attributes his recent very severe illness to the smoking of cigarettes. Just why these little paper rolls of tobacco are worse than ordinary cigars, does not fully appear, but they are so declared by physicians and others competent to express judgment upon them. Excessive smoking whether of cigarettes or cigars, is the parent of much functional disorder, especially of the heart a...

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. — 3 April 1884

Wusxme. Like a blind spinner in the sun, datrsadwmlldrym I know tha al the treads will run Appointed ways* t ak I know each day wi brng t tk, And, being blind, no more I ask. I do not know the use or name Of what I spin; I only know that some one came, And laid within My hand the thread, and said: "Since you Are blind but one thing you can do." Sometimes the threads so rough and fast And tangled fly, I know wild storms are sweeping past, And fear that I Shall fall; but dare not try to find A safe place, since I am blind. I know not why, but I am sure That tint and place, In some great fabric to endure Past time and race Mv threads will have; so from the first, Though blind, I never felt accurst. I think, perhap s, this trust has sprung From one short word Said over me when I was young So young, I heard It, knowing not that God's name signed My brow, and sealed me His, though blind. But whether this be seal or sign Within, without, It matters not. The bond divine I never doubt, I kno...

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. — 3 April 1884

MAIDEN, THURSDAY, April 3, 14 PUBLISHED EVERY TIll URD1AY BY FELL & VROOMAN. TERMS OF SUBBCRIPLON: Fix m onths ............................................* . 2. One Year...................................................... 3 50 ADVERTISING RATES: 1 inch, one insertion 1.................................. 100 I " ' m onth ....................................... 3.00 I ' six .......... -******** one year ..........................209 Special rates given on large space and standing advertisements. Local notices 15 cents per line. Officers of Meaher County. J1. E. Murray............................irohale Judge J. F. McClintock............................. TreaAIurcr L. Rotweitt........................Clerk anid Recnorder W. D. Cameron .................................Sheriif hiss Alice Nichols...................oupt. of Schools UNDER AND DEPUTY PIIERIFl". E. A. Keys, Under Sheriff, White Sulpher Springs Dan Crowley, Deputy Sheriff... . .... Reedsfort Htenry Wihllson, Deputy Sherif...

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. — 3 April 1884

JMAIDEN LODGE. "lo. 1R, A. 0. U. W. M Ei};T' EVERY FRIDJA Y ICVNiNG. %I~nt . -. A. TI[ MrsO'. 1. STAGE LINES. valv ?finer &i Co.. Piroprtvtors. L. I. R1tttiitns, Arrirs¢ atid depilrts tfrani Maiden onl corrt.spotiting BF, rO)N L4)T1 I RU STAGE, LINF. AnterrO1viitc and Ft. aMagiimiis Route. Leafves 7lrindl i a iii., Al. 'i. 4 F.. Arrives at tort %taginiiii at 7 p. ini., 'i. TI. &- S. ('onnert at htt for stage to Bit hutg' antd Blenton. ttILI~itG & BE;NTUN 8TAGEI LIRE.. Walter Buirke, '.,i1,t. T. C. Powers, t'rora-. Loaves B. 7 p. in., T. 'r. & 8. Arrive'. at Itentonr '1. rTyr'ti & .(niitC~'atrtt~insdt for attage to maident. Ft. LOCAL NEWS. Were you April-fooled ? A. J. McGuire is at Marysville. P'at. McKelvey is now in Eagle City. Smroke the "Kentucky Belle," at Slarray's. Remember the ball at the post this evening. Our cigar manufacturer is an excel lent singer. Wonder if that tropical flume has thawed out yet? Genuine old Kentucky, whiskies at Murra y'a. M,:iden...

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. — 3 April 1884

The Shame of England. London Letter.-It does seem a shame that a few people should own all the land in this great country, and tla` while millions can, with the greatest dif ficultv. eke out, scarcely enough to keel them from starving, a privileged num her. " ho never earned a penny in their lives, and many of whose ancestors never did. sbould he rolling in affluence! No wonder the u orking classes are le ginning to feel dissatisfied. The more the facts are scrutinized the greater will the injustice appear. Twenty-eight dukes in the United Kingdom possess one hundred and fifty-eight separate es tates, comprising nearly four million acres. The other members of the peer age, four hundred and ninety-seven in number, hold one thousand four hun dred and thirty-five separate estates, embracing about ten million acres. Of thirty-three million acres in England and Wales, more than seventeen mil lion acres are owned by a body of men which probably does not exceed four thousand five hundred. ...

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. — 3 April 1884

resat hise in Micigsan. A fire started shortly before noon on the 12th on the west side of the business quarter of the village of Allegan, twenty-five miles northwest of Kalamazoo Mich., and under a high west wind swept through the entire district to the river, taking every brick store building in the glace except the Chafee hotel and Peck r bank building. The fire had run its course in two hours. The aggregate loss is placed by Alle an business men at $400 000 to $ ,000 robably a high estimate. ksse insuranoe it is believed will amount to $150,000. Help was telegraphed for, and sent by the fire depart menta of Kalamazoo and Muskegon and Hol nd Among the business places burned were the Sherman house, the First National bInk, and three newspaper offices, ri: The Journal Gazette and Democrat. The principal buiiding was known as the Union block, containing five stores, which cost 160,000, and now estimated as worth #40,00. Three of the stores were owned by the Hall es tate of Allegan; ...

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. — 3 April 1884

MONTANA NEWS. Montana needs a stock-growers As sociation. The Benton Record is quarreling with the local preacher. Flora Smith, of Billings, is the cham pion skater of the Yellowstone valley. Summer freight rates on toe North ern Pacific went intm effect April st. An appropriation of $210,000 is asked for improvements in the National Park.. The Billings Herald advises ranch men to give more attention to the rais ing of oats. l'e first round trip of the Living ston and White Sulphur Springs stage has been made. The Cooke City smelter started up on the loth ult., ran out 35 bars of very rich bullion and then closed down.-Enterprise. Moses Manuel, the discoverer of the Homestake mine in the Black Hills, has been in the Coeur d'Alene since the beginning of February. He says the outlook for good quartz claims is favorable. favorable. The Miles City Press says the Artes ian Well company in that city will short ly resume work andsink wellNo. 2 toa greater depth, as the present supply of of...

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. — 10 April 1884

No. 36. _o__ Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Th w day, April 10, 1884. Price 10 (Ot MAIDEN, THURSDAY, April 8, 1884. PI BLISHED NVERY THURMDAY BY BLLi & VROOMAN. Emsred at Uulde P. 0. a Seeed ClSa meal. professional Cards. T M. TRUDELL, Attorney at Law, Office opposite Mineral Argue Office. Legal Blanks and nv nces attended to on Short Notice. atldx W. T. MCFARLAND, U. 6. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR ! Orrns-Nest deer to xineral Argus, MAIDEN, - MONTANA. Will attend to all nastters connected with the Landl 05ce or the Public bMurveys. MAX.L WASERMAN. H. G. MCINTIRE. WATERMAN & McINTIRE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Fr. BENTON, M. T. Will attend to all business intrusted to our care from Maiden and vicinity. H. P. ROLPE, Attorney at Law, U S. DDeputy Mineral Surreyor. Mining Pre-emnptions and all Land Claims attended to. 3ENTOM. MONTANA. A. M. ESLER, Notary Public. (Ionvetnchig. Legal blatnkA of tti kids fdiled out aud acknowledged. (.vkIfc AT AloNrANA MINa, MAIDEN, K. T. Hamilton & Witherall...

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. — 10 April 1884

FELL & VROOMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA. Three territories-- Dakota, Monta na and Washington-are now demanding admission to the Union of States, Bills, all of the same general tenor, are now before congress, but representatives from these territories and the general public, agree that, there will be no ad mission of territories until after the presidential election. Hence some of the bills fix the time for admission on or after the 4th of March 1885. We are told by cable that Bismarck's newspaper organ warns the liberal party in the Reichstag that to attempt to pass a vote of thanks to Congress for the Lasker resolution would be a breach of the constitution for which the gov ernment would visit the offenders with serious consequences. Fancy, now, a certain newspaper which has been clothed at times with the style and func tions of an administration organ, ad monishing a faction in Congress that to try to pass a resolulion of this kind, or any other, would subject them t...

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. — 10 April 1884

3ap1sentatiT6U of the Hiunmota Agriculturl Cl Gsae Conves at the stafe Zouue in It. -0- As Intelif ont and a Zmrt Body of Men AsUerthig Their Grie. snoe and Deviulng ura.or.-is r hi hll£s bt Alleged se mtor mad gUe rows Kamopolias wad the lirom m Uy.bs of dradiag Wheat. The state convention or farmers or minneeo to called to consider grievenoes, such as the svstem of grading wheat, the methods of con ducting the elevators railroad freight charge., eta. m5t the18th lndI, at the state humein St. PautL There was a fair attemfenoe of solid, substantial farmers, who evinced an earnest de sire to get at the root of the evil complained oL £ Burdick of Clay county, as chairman of the committee on arrangements, called the convention to order. Mr. Matson of Wilkin county nominated Sen ator P. IL Bahilly of Wabasha county as tem porary chair n on taking the chair he made a short ades M. 8. Converse of Becker count nominated George W. Taylor of Becker countyas tempo rary secretary, snd the moti...

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. — 10 April 1884

_e gistz ,nz. MAIDEN. THURSDAY, April 10, 1481 PVBLItlIED EVEHY TIIIURSDAY flY FELL & VROOMAN. TERMS OF $UBSCRItII')N Hix months. ................................................. 3°.w O ne ,ar....................................................... 3.50 ADVERTISING RATES: 2 inch, one insrition....................................... 1.00 1 nh . . .l.. 3.00 1 six . .........................................15.00 3 one rear ...........................................24.00 Special rates given on large space and standing advertisements. Local notices 15 cents per lise. Officers of Muaher County. J. E. Murray...... ............Prohate Judge J. F. McClintock ............... ....Treasurer L. Lotwett..................Clerk and Recorder W . P. Cameron ............................................ heritf MisaAlice Nichols........................Sn;yt. of rchools y'NDER ANDT DEPUTY $IfERIF3. E. A. Keys, Under Sheriff, White Sulpher Springs Pan Crowley, Deputy Sheriff ..... ..... Reednfort Hen...

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. — 10 April 1884

MAIDEN LODGE. No. I8. A. 0. U. W. .ikIETh EVERY FRID.1'A. S(;1N. . in.].ý~v N. W. A fOPOR STAGE LINES. jt ýWEO(N CITY STAIE LINE. vfMiller S C'0.. 1Propriett0rs L. P. Wtiliams, ýpvine aýle fpart-4 (rotfl MIaiden on correspondliu da)A1UI hour. so.Xte t rHER STA(;E; LINE. Awesnil"and Ft. Nagloflia Route. ILeaven VartJnwdale 7 a' ., S . W. & F. Arriver at Fort '%IatgfnnF ,. 7!. , a T. I .& S. Conjnecta at tbet~ fo tJ1toBlig ILI.N(S & BEFN. ON STAGE. LINE. Walter Burtke uu't T. C. Puwers, Pro'pr. 4vsl. 7 p. w., T"'i T. & . Arrives at Benton T. q. d q, Con1fe4ts at U-a't for stage, to maiden. Ft. tattinta and mart iledale. LOCAL NEWS. The post ball was a grand success. Smoke the "Kentucky Belle," at Murray's. Considerable local news was crowded out this week. Genuine Old Kentucky, whiskies at Murray'$. To the spring poet - We keep a Sharp's improved. William Culver, our photographer, was in Maiden last week. J. L. Stuart, cattle man, from Dog creek, called on us, Saturday...

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 April 1884

CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS. Senator Hawley has introduced a bill to an thorize the secretary of the navy to offer a re ward of $25,000 for rescuing or ascertaining the fate of the Greely Arctic expedition. Mr. Hawley said such a reward might induce ships crnising in or about the Arctic seas to keep a lookout for the exploring party or turn occa sionally out of their own course in order to gather information about it. The plan was auggested by George Kennan, the Arctic trav eler, when calle.l before the Greeley relief board to give his views concerning the rescue of Greeley and his comrares. The presilent has sent to the senate the fol lowing nominations: Sumner Howard, Michi gan, chief justice of the supreme court of Ari zona; Case Broderick, Kansas associate jus tice of the supreme court of Idaho; Jacob B. Blair, Wyoming: Maj. Orville Babcock to be lieutenant colonel of the corps of engineers. The president transmitted to the house a letter from Secretaries Lincoln and Chandler oppo...

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 April 1884

Direct lrom Oear D'A3e5e. B. B. Buchan, writing to Gen. Townsite AgentTaylor of of the Northern Pacific, from Eagle City, .sys: It is much too early to do asnything either in mining or merchandising, as there is tLi~ feet Df snow, which is going off very slowly. The mines are not nearly as rich as rpretog for ten or twelve miles on Prthr Creek there appears to he good wages from 07 to $10 per day, and for a man with an occasional claim, something better. There has been no quartz of any promise disoover ydas et,, though I think there will be Burin the summer. There are probably 1,500 peple in Eagle City, and town rcperty in held at high figures and of course the camp is a success there will be consider tble money made in town lotn. The only route here as yet is by a walk of thirty-five miles from Trout creek, with very poor aooommoda lion either on the way or after arrival here. Tiewagon road from BelknRNgA leath ef a PromisaQt UEianenotlna. News has been received in Anoka, Minn., 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. — 10 April 1884

A COW BOY'S REPLY TO "A. SCRIBBLER" EnToans Akmes:-In your issue of March 27th, appeared an article en titled: "A Sullivan hit on the cow boy," in which the author describes the ac coutrements of the cow boy, interspers ing them with eundry remarks in no way tending to convey a very favorable impression, to the unacquainted. Now my friend when you condemn the use of things which are either neces sary or very u'mnvenient, there is but one conclusion at which I can arrive, i. e. that you know nothing of what you are writing, or that being some what of a literary turn of mind, you take an opportunity of writing up an article for the papers and as the cow-boy is a strange being-to you at least take him for a subject. Now for his "formula." "One forty dollar cayuse." My friend, are you going after cattle on foot? That would be just like a sheep-herder I And so far as the forty dollar part of it is con cerned, the forty dollar cayuse is the rule in this country and not the excep tion. Pro...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
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