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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 17 April 1884

Tol. I. Mo. 37. Maiden and Magine, M. T., Thursday, April 17, 1884. - Price 10 Centa I)EN. T1LJJ A)AY, April 17, 1884. J.UBLISUED EVERY THURSDAY BY rILL & VROOXAN. stered at Maide' P. 0. as Snssad Clao matler. Profesiional Qards. r M. TRUDELL, Attorney at Law, ice opposite Mineral Argus Ofce, ogal Blanks and Conva ances attended to on Short Noice.. W.,T. MCFARLAND, U. S. DEPUTY VINERAL SURVEYOR ! Ot1c3-Nest door to ostoral Argue, (AIDEN, - MONTANA. Ill attend to all matters connwed witheiea Lead Offec or the Public rveys. IAZ. WASERMAN. H.II G. MC INTIRE. WATERMAN & McINTIRE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW FT. BE1TON, M. T. till attend to all botiness intrusted to our care from MaiLen and vicinitt, N. B. SMITH, LTTORNET AT LAW, Praetices in all courts of the Territory. Corres pedence solicited. I businmss j* 0ted to me will feoise prompt attentlem. Wxlts S8ttrity R Spnmrs, M, T. H. P. ROLPE, Lttorney at Law, u S. Deputs .Mineral Surveyor. 'ning Pre-eniptionh and all Land SENN. a mdal to. ...

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 April 1884

FELL & VROOMAN. Publishers. MA IDEN, - - - MONrANA. Hin. EInory A. Storrs.one of the first lawyers of Chicago. finds serious faul with the pleuro-pnelmofnia lill, now be fore Covgress. and says it will fail to pass because "it is not proper, or right, or reasonable, or just to place the enor cnons cattle interests of this country ender the absolute control of a few horse dealers, veterinary politicians, and give them power to prevent the shipment of cattle to market every time a cow sneezes." This is apparently just about the size of it, not only here bVu in foreign countries where such enact ment-; hmale been att21mpgd. The rulings of the courts have been sc uniformly against the legality of all gambling contracts-dealings where no delivery of the goods bought or sold is ever made or expected to be made that there is no novelty in the annonnee ment that the Court of App -als of Mis souri has sustained such a decision made by a lower court. Judge Thompson, it delivering the opin...

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 April 1884

THE PITH OF THE NEW& Washington Gossip. The senate passed a bill to pay for depreda tions of the Utos at White Ihver agency it lull. Mr. Nelson presented the petition of James Billings, relative to the improvement of the bhell and Crow Wing rivers. During the first eight months of the present fiscal year the internal revenne receipts were ,OtA),:li, a decroase of $18,451,200, as co8 - )ared with the corresponding period of 1 1. The aggregate receipts in February were $:,000 u413 less than February, l833. The house committee on postoffloes and post roads decided, 7 against 4, to recommend the passage of a bill providing that all letter carri ers at free delivery offices be entitled to a leave of fourteen days each year, without loss of pay upon the sane conditions now granted employ ees of the postofico dep)artmeut. Ex-Senator Dorsey has written a letter to say that he will appear before the Springer committee any time he is wanted, to give his experience and knowledge of the man...

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 April 1884

MAIDEN, THURSDAY, April 17. 1884 PCBI4SHED EVERY T1it nSDAY BY :TELL & VROOMAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPON : Six months. ............... - ...... 2.06 OM Year................. .....-......**......... 3.50 ADVERTISING RATES: 1 inch. ne insert ....................................... 1.00 1 ,* " mppth....................... 3. I 5 1K." .... . . ............1.00 1 one year ..........................................24.00 Special rates gives on large space and standing advertisements. Local notices 15 cents per line. Officers of Meaiher County. .7. E. Murray .... ......................O.1rot ot Judg .7. F. xeCilntock.............................Treasurer J,. Rotwett............... ...... .Zteporder W. D. Cameron ............. Clerk pod SJherilf Miul.Ilce Nicisols...................Supt. of &h.ools UNDER AND DEPUTVY HElIFFl. E. A. Keys, Under Sheriff, Whj* Sulpher Springs 7)an C~rowley, Deputy Shoerf............... tedsdaort Henr Willsou, Deputy Sheriff ...............Uarktr Tol. Reed. De...

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 April 1884

MfdDEN LOOGE, No. 18, A. 0. U. W1. K ,EVERY FRIDAY EVEN'ING. Wr. A. Ttttox~o ,. R. STAGE LINES. cVl. Jl %f r , co., Proprietors, L. P. WViliIams, d depart tram Maiden on corresponding To and hour. l '* TON =or TIfiEN STAGE LINE. Anderour*nille and Pt. xa1is nis Rote. Lva An Fr.h w,"T\'1 Arr~ive at Fort arion+dne ' p. " T. & S. Connects at Ubet stage W Bitflfltsad krnton. IlI.INi.I4 & I3ESTI)N STAGE LINE. Waltr ltrkeall T. C. Powers. Pro'pr. Walter 1urke, aT T '. ArriveWS at enton T. SSnt at ULt for atage to MaIden, Ft. vente and martin dite. LOCAL NEWS. The saw-mill at Andersonville started (p last week. Smoke the "Kentucky Belle," at urray's. ThorpSzlI & Higley are in receipt of veral barrels of apples. Republican primary this evening, at he school house. C. C. Snow started for Beuton, on unday morning. The Monarch-Billi.rd Hall front has eceived a new coat of paint. Wei-De-Meyer5 Catarrh Ciue at Star )rug Store. Ed. Robert': building, on Main street, s being finished o...

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 April 1884

HINTS FOR FARM AND HOUSE. Xousehold Recipes. To take grease out of velvet, pour a little turpentine over the spot, then rub briskly with a piece of dry flannel. Pretty bedroom curtains are made of a single width of crimson etei an El th over a second pair made of anitipii laae. If any poison has been swallowed, give instantly halfa glass of cold water. with a heaping teaspoonful each of com mon salt and ground mustard stirred in to it. LFLAMED EYELIDS.-One cent's worth sulphate of zinc in two ounces of rain water: one drop in the eyes or twice daily; dilute if too strong. Put in a glass vial and cork tightly; it will keep a long time. PROMPT CURE or BlNGWORMs.-R. W. Taylor, If. D., in the Journal of Catancous Diseases, reports the best re sults from the use of paint composed of a tincture of myrrh and four grains to the ounce of bichloride of mercury. Other skin affections are cured by the application of this remedy. We have had considerable experience in owning a farm which we coul...

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 April 1884

Bright Thoughts. Love, that has nothing but beauty to keep it in good health, is short-lived, and apt to have ague fite.-[Erasmus. A skeptical young man one day, con versing with the celebrated Dr. Parr, observed that he would believe nothing which he could not understand. "Then, young man, you- creed will be the shortest of any man I know." The most censorious are generally the least judicious, who, having nothing to recommend themselves, will be find ing fault with others. No man envies the merit of another who has enough of his own.-[Rule of Life. There is no virtue that adds so noble a charm to the finest traits of beauty as that which exerts itself in watching over the tranquillity of an aged parent. There are no tears that give so rich and sweet a luster to the cheek of innocence as the tears of filial sorrow.-[St. Julian. Coolness, and absence of heat and haste, indicate fine qualities. A gentle man makes no noise; a lady is serene. -[Emerson. The pleasure of reading without ...

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 April 1884

.MONTANA NEWS. It is thought Marysville--Drum .Lumon-will have a population of 4,ooo by ie4 fall. Bah ! Mrs. James Sullivan, of Helene., was seriously, perhaps fatally, injured by a sunaway at Helena recently. T. C. Power is improving his desert and claim, near Sun River Leavings, ]y building a large stone Barn. The new stamp mill at the Drum 1humor started up yesterday. The big bonanza is repotted as looking getter thn aver.-Iielena Herald. i~ihard Warren, a student in the law office of J. J. Davis for some time A ,iged checks to the amount of a few days since, then took french leave for parts unknown. The Northern Pacific will ship over o,ooo heNpd of young cattlefrom Iowa and Southern ,innesota to points into Montana and western Dakota this spring to stock new ranges.-Chronicle * The body of one Jack Wright, who committed suicide by drowning in the visquri river about one mile below .Townsend on January s5th, has been foupd, in a terrible state of decon position. The Postmaster G...

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 April 1884

Vol . No. 38. Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thursday, April 24, 1884. Price 10 Cents .lIlI)EN. rlIIIiS)AY.. Apil 24, 1S8-4. q-III .I, IIED l'VLIJI" THII'I l 4LY BY FELL & VROOMAN. Entered at Maiden P. 0. as Second Class matter. Professional Cards. Attorney at Law, 4)fiice oppo.site Mineral ArguI Oflice. Itegal Bl;tik nAnt Convavlncef, attrndltetl to on Short Notiee. W. T. McFARLAND, U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR! OFrFIc:-N- t door to Mineral Argut, l A II)EN. - IONTANA. Will attend to all mnatte.r onnecteI! with the I[and Office or the lPhlic l nirreys. >lX. WAIEI:MIAX. H. G. >teINTIRE. WATERMAN & ll:INTIRE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW FTI. I1,NTON:ý , . 'T. W\ill attnfld to aill Insin(,,* ilt lrusted to our care froii Mlaiti in undl viiinit v. N. It. SMI'TH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 'racticl In Ill ciurth of the Territory. (orre. pihdence s lietted. All business intrusteJ to me will receivw prompt attention. \ IIITE.: I.11 I ; i: Si INiX,.. M I. T. H. P. ROLFE, Attorney at Law, (,. S. D...

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 April 1884

ht iuntraa rus. FELL & VROOMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA. The emigration of Canadians to the United States is steadily going on. Th: Grand Trunk railroad authorities sa3 that from Montreal alone twenty-five f:unilie are carried away. Hosts of i others get this side the line at other points along the extended border line Massachusetts has passed a law, that the school committee of every city and town shall purchase at the expense of t such city or town text book' and other school supplies used in the publihc schools, and text books and supplies shall be loaned to the pupils of the pub lic schools free of charge, subject to such rules and rogulations as to care and custody as the school committee may prescribe. Similar laws have been propoi:ed in various states but fMassachusetts. it is believed is the first to try the experiment under legislative -anction. Bartholdi's collossal statue of "Lib erty Enlightening the World," to be erected in New York harbor, was paidI for b...

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 April 1884

w' a satai dodge Charged a tary with a evolwver. From the San Francisco Sunday Call In the flourishing mining camp known as Chipps' Flat, Sierra county, thirty vears ago, the location of the claims and the mining laws adopted thereunder were such that one continuous war of litigation was the result. The conse quence was that the lawyers, located at the coutny seat (Downieville), reaped a rich harvest, and some suits which had been early commenced remained unde -ided when the claims were worked out. The laws of Chipps' Flat provided that each individual miner should have the right to hold sixty feet on the lead. As new companies were formed they conm inenced tunnels to take the lead where the last company, by the laws adopted, :hould stop working the channel. But the channel was so rich that the temp tation grew too strong to stop taking c.ut the pay gravel at all. Hence the litigation. Two mining companies hav ing conflicting claims, seeing the utter impoasibility of settling their ...

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 April 1884

MAIDEN, THURSDAY. April 24, 1841 PUBLItIIED EVERY THUIHSIAY BY FELL & VROOMAN. TERMS OF SU3SCRIPION : Six months...................................................... 2.00 One Year.................................................... 3.50 ADVERTISING RATES: I inch, one insertion............... ..................... 1.00 1 " ,1 month ............... ..... ...... .. ..... 3.00 1 ' six " .......................... .......... 15.00 1 " one year .........................................2 .00 Special rates gives on large space and standing advertiaements. Local notices 15 cents per lifne. Officers of Meaher County. J. E urr ............. .............. Probate Judge J. F. McClintock, ............. ...... ......Treasurer L. Rotwett...... ............................... Recorder W. D. Cameron ........................Clerk and Sheriff Mis Alice Nichols........................Su:,'. of Schools UNDER AND DEPUTY SHERIFFS. E. A. Keys, Under Sheriff, White Sulpher Springs Dan Crowley, Deputy S...

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 April 1884

LOCAL NEWS. ýherilf C:ameron, is in town on ofti ia'tl tll ionels. ('onstable Fletcher returned from White Sulphur ,!prings, on Saturday la t. Old veteran: should remlember the call for a meeting on the 30th, to organ iae at Grand Army Post. The trustee of the school have de ,.lared it week's vacation to guard againist the poilibility of diphtheria. It looks now as though some of the present officers of the Collar company will ire ,ecapitated and the mill run under it new deal before nmid-sumnmer. Parties wanting flower seeds will find at choice variety at the store of C. Bois s onueault, our Main street merchant. Major Keeler, the new post com mander, and Capt. Miller smade us a pleasant call yesterday. The Major is a pleasant gentleman to meet and con verse witl. We are informed by Paul McCor mlick that the chief obsticle elicoulnt ared in obtaining a loan on the Collar property wits froml the fact that the cormlpally had no lpatenlt, hence an inl perfect title. Mr. Clay Layton, w...

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 April 1884

POPE LEO's COBONATION. ti The Szth AnatversruT oc ;.he TeOnt 0l1e brated with Great Pomp in the ilstine Chapel, Some. Thet 4th of March being the sixth an niversary of the coronation of Pope Leo a XIV., the grand pontifical celebration in !te Sistine chapel was unprcedeftnt ly magnitlcent and impressive. His ho liness, in grand robes and wearing the tiarl,, appeared resplendent in white and gold. He was carried in the coro- t nation chair, supported on the shoul ders of foer servants,in light purple liv very. For other servants hore ancient fans of ostrich feathers. The pope looked feeble and aged. He entered the chapel with all papal pomp i and ceremony. The procession along the majestic corridors and I salons was headed by a group of the I garde noble in semi-mnedieval costume; then came the papal procession proper; the cardinals first, two by two, their crimson trains being held by gentlemen pages, garbed in black velvet tunics with white lace cuffs; after the cardinals I came ...

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 April 1884

A Choabr Aunedot In the April Century Rev. Dr. Oharles S. Robinson continues his discussion of the annoyances and humors of the musical service in churches, and relates this anecdote: "Glorious Easter was at hand and great preparations were made in the rural parish for its celebration; boughs were twined in the arches of the building; flowers swung in wreaths overhead and shone in beautiful baskets among the aisles; children had been re hearsing carols. All the town came in on that notable morning. It was a scene never to be forgotten. The min ister was radiant; his eyes beamed with delight. But a thought struck him; this audience, so happy, so generous, so enthusiastic would they not hear him a moment for a stroke of bnsiness? After the invoca and the first song, he surprised them with a proposition to bring 'Easter offer ings' now at once to God's altar, and lift the dear old church out of debt; oh, then there would be a resurrection ! The congregation would come up from under its...

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 April 1884

Letter from the Cour a'Alenes. lhelii will ,t fiIld an cxtra.i t from a letter written to or felh,a-townsma: i. Dennis O'Brien. by Pat McKelvey, now at Eagle City. It will be seen that the chances for becoming sildenly rich acre not very encouraging. Trhii i. only the beginning of the wail that will he sent up frmnt4hat region, in the nc;ar future. Let the wise take heed : I would have \-ritten you sooner, bIut wanted to wait a while and find out how business would be here. The uildling and town excitement was about over when I got here, and business comlll-I menced to get dull, and now people are leaving here faster than they are coin ing in. Money is very scarce and noth ing doing. Half of the business houses are not making expense-. There are some pretty large stores here and well stocked with goods; large stocks of liquors and cigars. ,iquor is worth about seven dollars per gallon. Every thing is getting a little cheaper and freight is not quite so high. There is no road here y...

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. — 1 May 1884

Vol.. INo.39. Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thursday, May 1, 1884. Price 10 Cents MAIIL)}:N, I'HI'II l) AY, Mny ], 1 Sl,'l.ISHllD EVERY TH" RDI)AY BY FELL & VROOMAN Entered at ~aiden P. 0. as Second Coass mattes Professional Cards. W. T. McFARLAND, U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR OFYIcE-Next dear to Mineral Argus, :MAIDEN, - MONTANA Will attenl to all matters connected with the Land Office or the Public Surveys. MAX. WASERMltAN. II. G. MC INTIRE WAT'ERMAN & McINTIRE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW FT. B3EN'T)N, M. 'I'T. Will nttlindl to all busin ess intrustced tc our care frolm laiden andi111 vicillity. N. B. SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Pratiersi in all courts of the Te.rritury. (',rres iodenlct:e solicited. All business intrusted to me will receive prompt attention. \\'HITI": S L~it'lt ui S'HRING. , M.'T. H. P. ROLFE, Attorney at Law, S.:S. Deu/yt lMineral Srrevror. Miing 'r.-emll.tions and all Laud Clitilt i attendtedl to. BENTON. MUNTANA. Notary Public. ( '.auuvvui .io ILe'gae1 blanuks of al...

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. — 1 May 1884

FELL & VROOMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA English railways kill between thirteer and fourteen times as many people a! those of Massachusetts. There are hundreds of women clerks and aecountants in this country, sonu holding positions of great trust, and it is said that no one has vet heard of one of them being guilty of embezzlement or defalcataon. There are several thousand woman employed by the goverment but not one has ever proved unfaithful to her trust. Many have been discharged for incapacity and for other reasons, but never one for dishonesty. The scientific officers of the United States Signal Service at Washington have been making close observations of late in order to satisfy themselves as to the theory that disturbances in the sun cause unusual atmospheric disturbances on the earth. Their conclusion is that so-called sun-spots have very little if any connection witn our great wind storms. They give it as their opinion that these terrific storms are caused by 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. — 1 May 1884

'O¶NGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS. S .&,wor Hill, from the committee on pot. oti,- and post roads, report d favorably the :-iginal hill to stalllisli a p1)td telegraph sys tetli Mr. Hill rel rk ..l that the coinuittee wer, unanliloll as t to the first clauses of the bill, wic.h rlate' to doing the work by con tract," with the exititing companies. The i.,lntract syst on r i sins the molt prminint feature of the bill,andt is not widely different from the scheme of the postal tole graph company, except that it empowers the postmaster general to re.'eie bids from any telegraph ceompany for contracts. The provis ions trelating to the et:abllislhn nt of a govern ment system, pure and simple, in the event that no sativfact.ryv contract with established coln ',aniesi is setlhed are a comnbination of the 'eatures of the Hill and Elhnunds bill. The long conitest over tie altppointment of McC('ov t the Aborde 'i, I)ak., land office was fiually settled by Ilis confirmation by the sen ate on 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. — 1 May 1884

the Ireasury, has written to the Presi ,lent formally declining the oftice. Mahone's convention, held in Rich mond, Va., on the 23d, elected a delegation headed by its "boss" and instructed to vote as a unit on all natipnal convention questions. Fifty-five of the seventy nine county conventions of Minnesota, to elect ,delegates to the state convention, have resulted in 68 votes for Il:aijie. 4 for Logap, x for Arthur and 125 unknown. About the only strength Arthur ,as developed thus far as a presidential candidate comes from the south where, he cannot secure an electorial vote hold on ; we did not count Crosby, of Montana. A letter was received at the Miles City postoffice yesterday, directed to "God's City." A discriminating postal clerk distributed it into the Miles City bag, and Postmaster Borchardt holds it ready for delivery.-Journal. When: did the devil abdicate ? In the primaries held at Helena, recently, the Crosby ticket was laid out. The total vote was 782, of which the Sa...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
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