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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 1 May 1884

Annual Town Meeting. The annual town mneeting was held ,11 Monday evening, April 28th. in I)unton's bill, and called to order by 4'. Boiysonneault and W'. Dunton choaŽen as chairjman,C.Boisisolleault secretary. .M1inutes of last meetings held on 7th ind 9th of April, '83 were read and adopted. ()n motion, John Beck was re-elected as town recorder and Jos. \V. lihamilton, T. 31. Trudell and Dennis 'Birienn,committee on i aippraiseent, re electedi . n motion meeting ad juni'neld. LOCAL NEWS. 1). O)'llrcien left for the county seat this week. ee, 'llIompson ,'" IIigley's notice to debtors. 3:i((den has resolved to celebrate on glorious foiurth. I)r. Stone infornl us that no neces sity existed for closing the school last week,on account of diphtheria hIeing in our m)idst. The cases under treat menrt were of the very Simllest form, -although attended with high fevlr, heahlache and general (onstitutional disturbanie, bnut to (differentiate be Iween this sim:ple form of the disease and tha...

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. — 1 May 1884

TRE WIDOW. f, : 'mi'r- - are tem]- rt, I. y h,.r siB ;l: ! . gart, -al r.' h%,i 1" lr ; Tho ttirnlr-t r lamlnr of hIi'r etel >:ah!ine e , 'r and : al r i torl . N,, :r in, z ,rl. nor Npin-trL- tart, Shie- all thing.- that bt'ountr- h-r;, Ht r |If,'. ihot I,. ar , andr her tl.airt, .r " :', lt, ;:I [nhalao ~, nnmv.r: BIPPLES. I Ihi:ll he r little hand in ihine. .\' at th,' rink we skatiIl. .\A net'tt thie glaneres from her e-ye WIth Ipurer.t love light fr,-ightcd. lHer Iprtt-y face ac verv near: I stoldI aln fomlly kissed her-, .\id all tilhe other fellowsa n irthetl T.11yv, t,-. rohtl kis .--m y sisteIr. (GETTING A 'OI TRI' PRI(TIC'E. "l)r. Minter. Surgeon ;" such was the Iname upon a brass plate on the door; and as the vyong practitioner surveyed it, hie ,11rtlestly hoped that it would not draw a great umany calls while lie was awn-" ftromn home, and wondered if he hall not better take it down and leave it until lihe returned with his bride. He ha,1 j;tst "passed," not yet t...

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. — 1 May 1884

sLtAUVGXT3U A MAIUAhL Hank. Lewis, the Kitohell, Dak., Baloon. ist and Desperado, Resisting Arrest Murders City Marshal Pierce. Mlitchell, Dak.. special Telegram, April 9,-A 1,1 blooded and unprovoked murder was ct-. mitted at Hank l.rwi"' saloon at 3 o'clock this morning, the victim being Capt. J. T. Pierce, .ity marshal. and the murderer being Hank Iwis, the saloonketper. A city ordinance re juiree all saloons to close at a designated hour, and Lewis announced that he would break the law with impunity, and bidding defiance to ar rest, and threateting to shed the blood of the officer who should arrest him. Lewis' saloon was open at three o'clock. and officer Eller, of the night police, ordered him to close, but he refused, saying he was going to murder the policeman who undertook his arrest Eller undertook to arrest Lewis, and would have sue cecded had it not been for the interference of outsiders. Knowing Lewis' desperate charac ter and his defiance of law, strengthened by his su...

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. — 1 May 1884

Wool Grower's Association. PITTSBURC, April iS.-The Penn sylvania Wool Growers' Association elected ofticers. an(i adoplted resolu tions demanding in the name of 400 wool growers of the Association, ailt of the million wool growers of the United States, the immediate restor ation of the wool tariff of 1867, and pledging themselves not to support for public office any man voting against the restoration, and setting forth that the present Congress, by its failure to restore the duty on wool, has assumed the responsibility of perpetuating the wrong inaugurated by preceding Con gresses, and declared that words were not strong enough to express their condemnation of the Morisson taliff bill. New Mining Companies for Montana. Thos. G. Merrill, of Helena, who has been East all winter, is heard fronm at Minneapolis, where he has organized. three strong companies to operate mines near Helena. All of them have filed articles of incorporation with the Secretary of State of Minnesota. The first...

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. — 8 May 1884

VoL I. No. 40. Maiden and Maginnis, M. T.,_Thursday, May 8, 1884. Price 10 Cents ThF1 tiun4 s gnz. MAIlI)FN. I'II I: I.1\ N 1:1y 8, 1.81. 1'4 BI.ItHE I t"V RFI Y 'I'II'UIsDAY ItV FELL & VROOMAN. Entered at Maiden P. 0. as Second Class matter. TIO:IM, ()F STis('l I II'(N :IN si In IIar . . . ..........-.............. AI)VEIT'I'ISIN(1 IL.'TES I ireh. one il.u.' 4rion ...... .............. ... . ...... 1ll I " " m nth I...... ....... . ............ 3.(M 1 ' ix " ............................ ... ....... . I ,I 1 " uI 1''R " • .... ........ ..........................._. 11) Speci tl ratt, giln ,i larg" : .II1 .:lrlnrldig nal art i .metltt . I.,laal Imih c( 1!' :enl- per line. Professional Cards. W. T. McFARLAND, U. S. DE 1TY MINERAL SUL-'VEYOIR ! ()IFICF.-N-ext dIlur It )litltral Artus . `MAIDEN, Ml1N'I'A NA. Will attend to all tttters conne,-tdu wit ih ttie Land Otit'e or the Public Sul eys. MIAX. W.AsE I'!.ºA . 11. I. M ' 1Il1I1:. i WATER.MAN & ATINTI' K. ATTORNEYS AT LAW 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. — 8 May 1884

FELL & VROOMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - MONTANA. Tlh(i Blair educational bill as passed 1,y the senate appropriat'es $77,000.000 to Ire distributed through the various t.ites according to the illiteracy, the ability of persons above the age of 10 years to write being made the standard of distribution, and the last census the means of arriving at the estimate. Ac cording to this authority there were 6. 239,958 persons above the age of 10 years in the country in the year 180 unable to write. This would distribute the $77,000,000 in the northwest as fol lows: Dakota $50,000; Iowa $560,000; Minnesota $400,000; Wisconsin $660, (000; Georgia would have the largest slice, viz. $6,240,000, while Alabama, Kentucky, Louisian, a Mississippi, North ('arolina, Tennessee, Virginia, Mississ. ippi and Texas, are not far behin d. The cultivation of forests has long been systematically pursued in France. Spain and Switzerland. The govern ments of these countries have expended ed immense sums of ...

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. — 8 May 1884

Polltiol News of the Wee. Senator Miller of New Y ork hasn colle oat for Blain. Nearly all, if not a11 the rennsylvania replb. lienln Il'!legates to Chicago are comnlitted to Blamen At the cityr c. tion i 8. Clond, Minn., C. I. MacDontahli a ' re-clected mlanyor wuitlhout op positionll. 'tlher (GraTt itLtl!ine( will be thie 1Republi :canl Inllnllae' IOi' plrt.'nftlct," said konllgrl'es.4In llt e nl Ellwood was retnomiunted for coh gvo, by lhe I .publlicansl of thld fth distract of 11t 'u1l . Uto Ingearsoll's own preference would be Jutwo Hlinlan, and next, he said P'otmaster (ieneral tiresham. The dIate of the Third district delegate and colnglreiloal .l::nvltion at Faribault is April e:l, and not A.rlit :3. A 1i4 i.,ippilli itate nouventioti, to elect dolu gat', to t't.;lgo i andil preatidential eloctolrs, is call' I for .1un1:1i at ,laeknoln. ' io. nlr:, :.ld Rnint'ln, delegnates frnm theFirst d-trl'ict ori .liississippi, are utnplelged but one is foe Lin en and tlhe toth...

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. — 8 May 1884

.MAHLDEN, TIHUIRSDAY. May 8, 1884 PtUBLISHED 'VERY THURSDAY BY FELL & VROOMAN. Offlwa s of Moaher Ckr , j J. E. urray .... ................... oba Jdg J. F. xcl iintock ........................ .-- .. .........Tr ure L. Rotweti ..........................tor W. D. Cameron ........ r......Clerk ad 8bei Mis Alice Nichols ........ ........Supt. of &hooia UNDII AND DEPCTY SHZRITFlm E. A. Keys. Under Sheriff. White Sopher Springe Dan Crowley, Depntvy heriff ..............- Reedor Henry Willson, Deputy heiff .......... ker Tol. Reed. Ieputy Sheriff, White Sulpberoring Eugcne Erwin ..... ................. aen COtNTY COWMISBIO-NERB. H. W. Clark. Chairman, White Sulpebr St ug Capt. Staford. Canyon Ferry.......Mlour alley Willam Burkins ..........--.................ramy Jas. R. Keene, cne of Wall street's heaviest brokers, has gone to the wall. The Hon. Frederick Billings, of Ver mont, was elected delegate-at-large to the Chicago Republican Convention. Boston girls are forming walking...

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. — 8 May 1884

*iUEN LODGE. No. 1. A.0. U. W. % NEE'f EVERY IiFI 'AtY ETENINli. ?4. v. A. Tita~oHsu it. STAGE LINES. .IlrTNCTIcS ' CITY STAGE JANY-1 Minar & co, P'roprietura. LI. .I illiUp: Ip.rintencnt. L n . ,M i \rrever and depone from Maidro on cosurapondlig 4*?e and hour. DEKNTON SOUTI;HPN S4TAGE LIWE. tndernonfvil e and IP . ýtagif l ýs Route. Laf vee SlUrtiiidaOe 7 s. m. T . 1 f. Arrivet at ot' faginnit at 7 . tn.(..nhui~tat Tb..t .r .tegtr to Bliii *tld Ikiiton. BItIAtNfld ' BEN'Il)N S.T.t(: IiANE. Walter Burke, -*tp't. T. (I. Powers. Pro'pr. I.navea B. 7 a. m", T f n `" rrivoa at Benton T. " & CI Conects at Uehn tfur autage to maiden, N.. .and trtiuidlaia. LOCAL NEIWS. The Florence is showing up great. The streets are full of them--sttunps ! All hail the Maiden Reduction \\or'T t ('. Bebbey and (1. Fran, haw left for Itillings, Sunday last. WVin. McFarland re turtled from Flat W\illow last S&burday. Thompson & Higley received an in \,ie of freight last Saturday. From this ...

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. — 8 May 1884

TIlE BISHOfl'S SI. 'ii ti T,);,. 1) W\. 1,1 As. the 13ishcpc's c'cllolut iha beeo thi sliljct f o.finsid irable . inin nt. it i,,' ,'u, :a kind of duty to give the trut ;ect,.int of the whole lmatter. As c.verylldy knnios. the Right v". Elvcertn and Tauphice was~ It verv broa, churchman. Hlad he not holdlv op posed the 'fractarian moveittit in hi, Oxford ldays? DiI hI, not irecntly ex tc.ld the (.luiCcopal ;,~ia t4o major trh (City-Rlto.ul-evil-Dodgr. i hen that conve:'ted. replroblatc e itehe'd his t'unt within the very lshaow of the palaee. and preached eternal damnati ,n in I he choicest of cocknev.? lndeed. the 1,i.h op hund been known to smile ont Mi. Spurgeon and bealum enivolently Hpon nmetropolitan Monoik and : subnhanrl, Sankie,. The cnurate of hit dios.s were not interite.l from c.ricket nor Insu rectors from lawn-tennis; and I amn not itn I position to contradlet the ni mor that the 1iishop haIs ,een known to cut into, a ruler fori "silver threepen nlies." .inid ill t...

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. — 8 May 1884

La:vasid L ae3-This -- for You. 'There are thousands of females in Anwirica who suffer untold miseries frio;i clhronli( l isease common to their r x. this is due largely to the peculiar hahits of life and fashion, and the im proi,; training of girlhood. Then to the physical changes that mark the three r.as ,f womanhood, the maiden, the wilef and the mother, have much to do with her sutterings, most of which is end'ircd in silence, unknown by even the family physician and most intimate friends. To L1lI -ueh, whose hallow cheeks. pale faces. sunken eyes and fee ble footsteps, indicate nervous and gen eral debility bordering on consumption, we would earnestly recommend that granud system renovating tonic Burdock Blood Bitters. It makes pure healthy blood, and regulates all the organs to a proper action, cures constipation. liver and kidney complaint. female weakness, nervous and general debility and all the distressing miseries from which two thirds of the women of America are suf feri...

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. — 8 May 1884

NEW HOTEL AT REEDSFORT. The Day House Opened to the Public by a Grand May Day Part). SEVENTY-FIVE NUMBERS SOLD. Till: NEW H lIIl.. \Work on this hotel \wa- co(.(mIIened in December last, but thel sive-rity of. the winter and the ditlicilty ncliiioun te red in ei'curing huikling material 1ia prevented its conmletiin at Iian acr!icer date, ,and there is conslideralle yet to beI done befiore the Iuilding Mill e. l1ro nouneed entirely t;niildl. 'Tlle dilln, sion. are :j2xt;O feet, with ai dininii room 2$-32, which will al s .-erv r.; a dance hall; the second iloor ha- a friml parlor and eigh: sleeping r,,mi- tli bhilding has what is knowi a:, :t ]ili roof, giving it a very strikinlg aind ricol I alipelarance. A varalnd:i iia to ,lli the front, which will addl greatly to the pleasure uid convenience of gtwctý. 'The (ost of the .tri'tir, will jrilaIld reach .3,( I. 'ril: .urTY. For months it had been I.eno'. :uand the faet stored a:tway in, mt,,Ji i'- v)unit. that the new iJay IHiscln(...

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. — 15 May 1884

Vol. I. No. 41" Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., _Thursday, May 15, 1884. Pie1 et MiAIDEN, *rHITllSIAY, May 15, 1:5,8 P(1RLS1IE1) EVl lY I II R~.ýi). 111 FELL & VROOMAN. Entered at Malden P.O0. as Second Class matler, AL) VE1TISIN(G EAII'M : 1 inch, one Inseertioin .................... 1.(sj 1 " " . month ................... ..... %:Uf 1 six . ...................... :.r 1 one Year ...................... int special rates give on large spave. aIId standinig advertlisemfents. IoACfl noticesai CC1I cens Nr line. Professional Cards. W. T. McFARLAND, U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR ! OFFICE-Next door to )Zineral Argus, MAIDEN, - MONTANA. Will attend to all matters connected with the Land Office or the Public Surveys. MAX. WASERM.AN. II. ;. lm r INTI:E. WATERMAN & McINTIRE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW FT. lIEN'ION, '1. T. H ill attend t() all butinj int rClitusteiI to utr cilre frnit Mliit(In altll liiini V. N. 1. SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Practlo, it all courts of the Territor.. 0orre. ii' tenýce ."...

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. — 15 May 1884

Se JintrV4 Argue, FELL & VROOMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA The late rains have done incalcnlab1h good in the northwest. The spring had been unusually dry, and favorable for seeding but a prolongation of dry weath er was not desirable. The outlook nov is very cheering. Doctor Tanner, the renowned Minne sola faster, has been lecturing at Cin cinnati and elsewhere on temperance. He never was a favorite in Minnesota on account of his erankish procliviies, l ut there are many places where his eccentricities are regarded as indications of remarkable genius. The steamer Bear has already sailed for the icy North to the relief of Lieu tenant Greely. Whalers on the north ern coast stimulated by the offer of $25, 000 reward, may reach the imprisoned expedition first. But if Greely and his men are rescued, it matters not who the rescuers are. It is gratifying to know that with reference to Greely the Gov ernment has done its entire duty. It is predicted that next year an expedition...

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. — 15 May 1884

1ULLA'a L9VKL From the Philadelphia Evening Call. "I'll seek her through the whole city uatil I find her! What a dear girl she must be!" said Tom Sleden, as he took from his vest pocket a small parcel tied with a blue ribhon, which he proceeded to vnclose. There, within the folds of soft ti.'sue paper, lay one of the tiniest of embroidered gloves, redolent of the scent of roses, which he pressed to his lips. "Yes" he continued, "the owner of this glove, if she be heart free, shall b3 my wife! I swear it-or I will die a bachelor!" Tom hau sp "-t the evening at a ball given in an olu-fashioned house belong ing to one of his friends. As he passed down from the dressing room, through a long corridor, a small object lying on the carpet under the gaslight attracted his attention and lie immediately made it his own. It was the tiny white glove, thrown Own there as though the fair owner had meant it as a challenge to the finder to seek out its fellow. Tom took it up with the most delicate o...

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. — 15 May 1884

U Winrn~i x MAIDEN, THURSIL)Y. Mty 15, les Pt BLlIHED EVERY THER iI~DA BY FELL & VROOMAN. Officers of Meaher County. J. E. Murray....................................iProbate Judge J. F. McClintock .....................................Treasurer L. Rotweft..........................Recorder W. D. C emon ..............Clerk and Sheriff Miss AHee Nichols........................supt. of Schools UNDER AND DF.PUTY SHERIFFS. E. A. Keys, Under Sheriff. White Sulpher Springs Dan Crowley. Deputy Sheriff............... Reetsfort Henry Willson, Deputy Sheriff ....................Barker Tol Reed, Deputy Sheriff, White Sulpher Sorings Eugene Erwin .. .............. ..... Maide'i COI'NTY COMMISSIONERS. H. W. Clark. Chairman, White Sulpher Springs Capt. Stafford, Canyon Ferry ..........1nssuri nalley W illiam Burkins .......... . .... ................. urassy MAIDEN LODGE, No. 18. A. 0. U. W. MEETS EVERY FRIDAY EVENING. Jos. MASON. M. W. A. THOMPs 'N, R. STAGE LINES. JI1NCTI N CITY STAG1E LINE. V...

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. — 15 May 1884

LOCAL NEWS. Belanger's new front is a dec~de~l * iuprovetnent. Everybody'is coming to Maiden, July 4±h. Big time. Geo. Manning left for an Eastern ip by Wednesday's coach. Thompson & Higley received about .Soo lbs of freight this week. N. T. Dinsmore received his first invoice of spring goods, yesterday. Call and see them. Lot to, Block C, formerly owned by J. Sharpe, was sold last week to J. & L. Reed, of Junction City. Louis Belanger left Wednesday for Chicago and New York, where he will purchase a large invoice of goods for home trade. Gov. Henry Brooks knows when he finds a good thing. He subscribed for 40 shares ($2oo.oo) in the Maiden Reduction Cqmpany. N. T. Dinsmore is repairing his l bui'ding on corner of Main and Mon tana sts., by putting on a new roof, canvas.ng and kalsomining. W. P. Brainerd leaves in the Morn ing for Chicago,where he wal purchase an A Water Jacket Smelter, for the Mlaiden Reduction Company. Miners' Hip, Crack-Proof Gum Boots it N. T. bDiineore'...

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. — 15 May 1884

Compressed Paragraphs. A Chicago paper says: "The follow ing illustrates the career of a great showman, 1870, unknown; 1872, a man named Haverly; 1874, Jack Haverly; 1876, Mr. John H. Haverly; 1878, Man ager Haverly; 1880, Colonel J. H. Hav erly; 1880, Gen. J. H. Haverly; 1884, Jack Haverly." Dr. Miller who made the examination of t untean's brain, has been devoting considerable attention to the effect of different professions on longevity. His conclusion is that the average life of business men is fifty years in this coun try and sixty in England, statesmen seventy-two in England to seventy here, English chief justices sixty-eight, Amer icans, sixty. The Americans, in his opinion, are too active and not regular enough in their habits. A Boston man writes of doctors who advertise: "Many such advertisers are specialists, and on old physician frankly tells me that as the practice of medicine is aU 'an experiment,' the 'regulars' al ways use the goods which these special ists have prov...

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. — 15 May 1884

A Great Gambler Failes. New York Special: On a put for 9,000 Western Union and small puts on Erie, James . 11 Koene failed to respond, and with that fail ure announced to the street that he had reached the bottom of the splendid fortune which a few ware ago was the wonder and admiration of ieculators. It for some time had been sus ected that Keene was in a strait, but pluck ept him up, and until lately he thought he would mull through. Very little was held aginst him by brokers but he baa privileges nut ofwhich have come heavy losses. He paid out recently to holders of his stocks $175,000. The failure was for but $14,000. The following statement was issued for pub lication: After paying out millions of dollars in cash during the last few months, in my efforts to protect my privileges in the falling market, I Lave finally determined to call a halt in the interests of those with whom I have busi nens. JAMES It. KEENE. Keene's career has be, wonderfuL He made his fortune in silver spec...

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. — 15 May 1884

MONTANA NEWS. Fort l llis %vants 34.0cc pound < beef for the year bl(ainnihIa I ui*. I t next. Delegate Maginnis tells the Benton People that the Blackfcet re ervation will certainly be opened this year. The First National bank is in receipt of silver bullion to the mount of $9,946 from the Elk Horn mine, being the result of a twelve day's run.-lne pendent. The Index liar tells of a monntain sheep that was shot at Horse Plains, whose horns were eight inches in diameter. The reporters "horns" had evidently been numerous and several fingers deep.-Madisonian. It is estimated that at the end of this week the Northern Pacific cattle shipment to Montana this spring will have amounted to 40.000. This will perhaps be half of the total for the season.-Livingston Enterprise. John S. Mills, formerly local editor of the Avant Courier, will soon start a paper at Anaconda, Decr Lodge county, to be called the Anaconda Review. John is a versatile writer, and we trust he may have good lick in his...

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