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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 22 May 1884

Vol. I. No. 42. Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thursday, May 22, 1884. Price 10 Cent_ Wit WinaU A . 1 I T)EN, 7JtSIAY, laiy 22, 1s84. rL 0l IED EVERY T)I(RS1fY BIY FBLL & VROQXAN. Entered at Maiden P. 0. as Second Class matter. 'IiER* MS Of SrBiScRIfPION it monthsr................................. 7 ..0) one Year............ . . ...... .... ........... ADVERTISIN RA'I'ES: I inch. one insertion...... ...............1.40) 1 ,. m onth......... .... ..................... ;t.W 1 sx . ......................................1:,.0) I one year . ........ ................. .ou lpecial rates given on large apace anl stunrling advertiwMoents. I.*WnO antis' s 1. cent. i r line. Professional Cards. W. T. McFARLAND, U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR! OrFrCrE-Ne.L dor to Mineral Argu\. MIAlIfIE, - NIONIA"1. 1ll attend to all m ltir. enuelt' l with tslt to aud tlifuu or the Public %arveys. MA1X. 11.4 ERhl.11.L. ii. t:. 1t' INTiltl:. H.\T'ERM.\N lTRE ATTORNEYS AT LAW 1'1'. ItENT)N. 11. 'T. W\ il:tt'tlend...

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. — 22 May 1884

Seke infraAlf 8u6 FELL & VROOMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA. During the three month's ended March :31 the number of perstns of Brit ish origin who left the united kingdon for place; out of Europe was 45,492, which, as compared with the three cor responding mouths of 1883, shows a de crcase of 7,508. Members of Congress are anxious to get home to look after their own fences. There are very few of them who will de cline a renomination. All complain of arduous duties and small pay but they are willing to endure these things -for the good of the country-perhaps. ?t is reported that the Dominion government has shipped a large quan tity of ammunition to Manitoba, for use in case of trouble arising out of the present complications. There does not seem to be much danger of armed con flict at present. The "mother country" holds a pretty firm, though exceedingly gentle hand over her colonies, and will only tolerate a certain degree of intes tine commotion. The revival of pugilism ...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 22 May 1884

CONGRESSIONAL FROCEEDINGS In the Senate, Wednesday, a bill was in troduced by Mr Edmunds to place Gen.U. S. Grant on the retired I~st of the ar Mr. Hill rde a speech in favor of the bill to declare forfeited the lands granted the New Orleans, Baton Rouge & Vtcksburg Rway company. The discussion of the shipping bill was re sumed, and a substitute for one section was submitted by Mr. Vest, and accepted by Mr. Frye, author of the bil abolishing all tonnage dues on United States vessels on entering United States ports only retaming such dues on vessels of foreign countries discriminating in like manner against the United States. In the house the bill for the relief of Fitz John Porter came up with senate amendments. Mr. Slocum moved to non-concur in the sen ate amendments. Mr. Bain moved concur rence. Mr. Keifer opposed the bill, declaring it sinconstitutional. Mr. Slocum said he was glad the gentleman from Ohio had attacked Fits John Porter. The gentlemen would be glad of it, becau...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 22 May 1884

Sh 1! isUrl4 gTgno. MAIDEN, THURSDAY. May 22, 1884 P1BLISHED EVERY TIIURSDAY ICY FELL & VROOMAN. Charles O'Connor, the eminent law yer, and Cyrus W. McCormick, the millionaire reaper man, died last week. Both were democrats of national prom inence. The committee of the late Consti tutional Convention, charged with the preparation of an accompanying ad dress, has, after some delay, completed its labors, and everything is now ready for the press. The busted Cceur d'Aleners still come. One of them dropped in at Dr. Foote's dentistry office yesterday and tried to negotiate a loan upon a set of false teeth which he took out of his mouth.-Independent. We sup posed some of the stampeders would get their "eye teeth cut" but did not imagine they could learn to do without teeth altogether. On May x3th, on motion of Hon. Martin Maginnis, the Senate bill 1381, to provide for the disposition of aban doned and useless military reservations was taken from the Speaker's table, read a first and ...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 22 May 1884

LODGE. No. 18, A. 0. U. W. 8 ~EVERtY FRIDSAY E-VrENI'.. STAGE LINES. f JUNCTION CITY STAGE LINE. ,A.asi, Miner &i co.. Proprietors, L. P. Williams, r.perintefldefl&. Leaves . C. G a. i1., Mt, W. &r I., ,'rrives and departs fronm Maiden on corresponding days and bour. BENTON u SOITTIIERN STAGE LINE. Andersonville and Ft. Maginnia Route. Leaves .1artinadale 7 a. as., . 1. W& F. Arrives at Fort Maginnis at 7 p. m., T. 'F. & S. ownets at. Cl t for stage to Billings and Benton. BILLINGS & BENTON STAGE LINE. Walter Burke, asp t. T. C. Powers, Prn'pr. LeavesB. 7 p. m.. T. 1'. & 8. Arrives at Benton T. T. & 8. Connects at Ubet for stage to maiden, Ft. Maginnis and Martinsdale. LOCAL NEWS. Oh ! What an eye-Closs-eye. Who has found a new galena lead? Prairie chickens will be ripe in two months. See new livery advertisement of Al. BIrundage, on this page. Who extracted the stumps? Don't everybody speak at once ! Pound air. That's what the Maiden base ball player...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 22 May 1884

Row sleep the brave who sink to rest By all their country's wishes blest, gh leep not inteir rgmentals, uchz things being here not deeied essentials." "Here lies one Box within another; The one of wood Was very good; We cannot say so much for t'other.0 "John Macpherson Was a remarkable person; He stood sit feet two Without his shoe, And he was slew At Waterloo." Here lies the body of Mary Sexton, Who pleased many a man, but never vexed one; Not like the woman who lies under the next stone." "Here lies John Hil, a man of skill, His age was Ave times ten, He ne'er did good, nor ever would, Had he lived as long again." "Here lies Dr. Trollepe, Who made these stoaes roll up; He took a dose of jalop, And God took his soul up." "Poor Martha Snell, she's gone away, She would if she could, but she could not stay; She'd two bad legs and a baddish cough, But her legs it was that carried her off." Here lesI, Killed by a sky Rocket in my eye.' BA31 PFAS1A. aiste7 of the Asp that Wasted Wes Jif ...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 22 May 1884

DOWN IN TUB DUZP. Confrmation of the Loss of the Steamer State of Florida, with over 100 Lives. Quebec Special: The painful suspense that prevailed here all day with regard to the sur vivors of the disaster to the ill-fated steamer State of Florida, was relieved by the arrival of the Donaldson steamer Titiana, from Glasgow to Montreal, with coal and a general cargo, which was telegraphed the 7th as on her way to Quebec with twenty-four of the saved party. The captain of the Titian reports: May 5, at ftp. In., while proceeding up the gulf and off Bird rocks, observed a ship exhibiting two bright lights, and thinking he wished to com municate, bore down upon him and took off twenty.four passengers and the crew rescued from the State of Florida of Glasgow. The steamship City of Rome passed them while on board the ship Louisa, and answered their sig nals, but did not stop. Following in the official report of the third officer of the State of Flor ida: Left New York on the 12th of April ...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 22 May 1884

MONTANA NEWS. i;lenIdive replort, the &!ie &ery of placer gold at Lone Tree gulch, 6( miles north of the town. Water is now freely flowing in the irrigation canal, and all the ranchers are prepanng to tap it.-Billings Post. T. W. Hall of Chicago. one of a prominent firm of wool h nyers, is in town and has made arran'cments with McAdow & Covely to buy woo! here. It is intended to make Billings the l.iding wool market of Eastern Mon tana.-Billings Post. The steamer Helena took her de parture for Bismarck at 11.:15 o'clock a. m. yesterday, having a good down trip cargo. TIer freight consisted ,f 70 tons of bullion, 12 2 bales of furs, 250 dry hides, and a miscellaneous assort ment of goods for Judith City, Rocky Point and Poplar river. A. M. Rich ardson and family were passengers down, en route to Chicago. The Helena expects to tie up at the levee again in less than three weeks.-Ben ton River Press. Wool buyers from a distance are beginning to come in, making this town thei...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 29 May 1884

U- - ---_ --_--.-~-~- Vol. I. No. 43. Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thursday, May 29, 1884. Price 10 1h R.n1 Cnua ni -1 ents 11.11ll F\, TI'llSIt~)AY, M1ay j, ley} Ifu' jI. ll uv1 1:.11 TH ?JI I U.ly? FELL & VROOMAN. Entered at Maiden P. 0. as Second Class matter. '1':iM1; OF SI'lti('ilIII] .i :m onlt. h ........... ........ ..... ......... ...... ... _ 1I lieII Yr........... Al )V1'EIl'l4l \(; I\IHAFi I in tu nei ins L erlion ... ................ ....... L00l l Ilati i......... .....::AI -is . ........... ..... 13.00 1 n e... ..................... ......110 1 *. e veert .*'I . . . . 1.001 Fpecial rate. i i on lur a and (tanding advertisements., 1,01':l nitiee, l:. cent, in r line, Professional Cards. W. T. MCFARLAND, U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR J 11.1X. IV \<61A:I I1 1, bIt. I. ' g T.I :. l".\'IRM.\N & 1! I NTI RVE. ATTORNEYS AT LAW "T1' ENO. 11. 1'. W ill ttitendtol it, :1 itir-iii4..'. ilt i ll-I It i IPIHr (lre fr mt \l isd tin itt \jitijittji N. IiS.N~l~l~if ATTORNEY...

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. — 29 May 1884

the ~Jnr_,~w FELL & VROOMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA. A great change is working in the cot ton business, especially in which the planter and consumer are rapidly being brought closer together-eastern mills mostly buying the raw material directly from the southern interior markets. while a few years ago they purchased largely from New York and Boston dealers. Hon. Thomas L. Clingman, repre sentative from North Carolina, has writ ten a long letter, showing the advan tages of wet tobacco, as a poultice ap plied for inflammation, wcunds, sprains, sore throat, erysipelas of the head, sciatica, etc. It must be the natural leaf and not the manufactured article. Mr. Clingman cites a large variety of cases where relief and permanent cures was effected. Judah P. Benjamin'., career was a ro mantic one. That the son of an Eng lish Jew, born in the West Indies, should become so prominent in law and politics in an American state as to be elected United States senator from Lou isiana...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 29 May 1884

Death of a Not*4 Zoosier. a Gen. William E IL. Terrell died at Indianap- I lis, on Friday, the 16th, of consumption. a Caen. Terroll was one of the best known men in r Indians, and had a national reputation and ac- a naintance. During the war he was Gov. F rton's financial secretary and adjutant gen- s oral of the state. Under Gen. Grant's admin- t stration he was third assistant postmaster gen- h erat Upon retiring from that position he was tl appointed pension agent at Indianapolis, and t for the last three years had been secretary of the repnblican state central committee. His report, in several volumes of Indiana in the war for the Union, is a model of accuracy and t a valuable contribution to the history of the state. The New York Panio Endod. Bradstreet's Journal of Haturday the 17th, C says of the financial outlook: "The violence of t] the storm seems spent. Whatever happens Ii now will be aco3pected as its after effects, and 0 5 with more or less feeling of resignation. Whet...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 29 May 1884

she gfianal Ivac. MAIDEN, THURSDAY, May 29, 1884 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY FELL & VROOMAN.I Hon. Martin Maginnis will deliver the oration on Decoration day, at Gettysburg. The Butte Miner devotes three co umns to the prize fight that occurred there recently. A little missionary work is needed in the Silver City. Benton's latest railroad project is a buanch to connect with the Canadian Pacific. The river metropolis don't intend to be shut out from the rest of the world many more winters. English, son of his father, "Stingy Bill," has been awarded the seat of Congressman Peelle, of Indiana, by a majority of three. More than thirty democrats voted against English. The issue of standard silver dollars for the week ending May loth. was 345,997; for the corresponding period last year, 165,5oo. This looks as though the silver dollars were getting into circulation despite the bitter war made against their coinage and the statement that their accumulation was bursting the treasury vaul...

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. — 29 May 1884

&iA;jEN LODGE. No. 18. A. U. U. v1 M. Y A. ThoxPsoN, R. STABS LINES. jwsCTIOn CITY STAGE LINE. ru all, Miner & Co., rrletor. L. P. Williams, tende LsIm . J. C. 6 a. m., W. V.& F., Arrives and departs from taiden on corresponding days and bour. BEN¶oN oIt'TI4ERN STAGE LINE. Andrsorlle ad F. xginisRout.. Leave. MartndatOldIea7 a Wt )larF. Arrive, at Fort Maglnuis at 7. i.., T. T. & 8. Connects at Ubet for stageto Wirings and Benton. BILLINGS b JiaN'rON STAGE LINEi.. Walter Burke, ' T. C. Powers, Pro'pr. Leaves B . .,i',&lS. Arrives at Drenton T. T. & S. conidcta at Ubet for stage to Maiden, Ft. naginli and Martinadhe. Stockmen and ranchers want to bear in mind that they can buy their sup. plies cheaper at Broadwater,McNamara & Co.'s than any place in Mofntana. Anyone buying in late quantities can lave same delivered, free of charge. All we ask is a fair trial. All goods guaranteed as represented. LOCAL NEWS. Kennedy's Healing Ointment at Star Drug mtore. Th...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 29 May 1884

suAw&wUZr. TEINOe. Beautiful faces are those that wear It matters little if dark or fair Whole-souled honesty printed there. Beautiful eyes are those that show, Like crystal panes where heart-firee glow, Beautiful thoughts that burn below. Beautiful lips are those whose words Leap from the heart like songs of birds, Yet whose utterance prudence guides. Beautiful hands are those that do Work that is earnest, and brave and true, Moment by moment the long day through Beautiful feet are those that go On kindly ministries to azod £ro Down lowliest ways if God wills it so. Beautiful shoulders are those that bear Ceaseless burdens of homely care With patient grace and daily prayer. Beautiful lives are those that bless Silent rivers of happiness. Whose hidden fountains few may guess. NAlESAKES. "Close the shutters, Kitty. What a wild night it is to be sure." "The rain is coming down in floods," said a young girl, peering out into the pitchy darkness. A barrack ground (stiff and ugly un ...

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. — 29 May 1884

Spring Catchblsm. Wet is rr8-You should be particularly care ful to clean up the system and purify the blood .u the spring, before the approach of warm weather. Because the hearty consumption of food and tho indoor life of the winter months result in a large amount of food being taken into the stomach, a portion of which has not been digested. This accumulation of refuse matter forms into a decaying mass which poi sons the astem and stagnates the blood. WHAT TO Do-Remove this deposit, cleanse the system, and purify the blood of all foul im pregnationi. By so doing you remove the cause of nine-tenths of spring complaints and diseases; you avoid malaria, billiousness,boils, blotches, yellow skin, etc. Root out the lin gering germs of disease and prepare the sys tem to successfully repul the complaints pecu oar to hot weather. WHEN you want to accomplish this thorough ly and with the least expense, Burdock Blood Bitters is the medicine. A purely vegetable prep aration. It searches out ...

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. — 29 May 1884

MONTANA NEWS. . 'rin'stone quarry has leln run .fear Livingston. 1 e 'T'erritory of Montana %%.i, 2c Y oki on the 24th inst. Under the game law it is a punish ible offense to kill wild ducks or gessc between May i and August i5th. \r. John 1W Power, of the firm of I'. C. Power & Bros.. was married to \liss Nellie Kelly, of St. Louis. on the 6th inst. \lr. W. A. Clark has turchlosod the interest of Mr. Donnell in the bank of Donnell, Clark & L.arabic in Butte. The banking house will hereafter he known as Clark & Larabie. It is rumored that in a short time Fort Custer, Maginnis, Ellis and prob ably Assinnaboine, will be abandoned mnd the garrison concentrated at Fort Keogh, which will a: once be enlarged to a twenty-four company post. Sergeant Conrad, who was murdered iby road agents near Fort Buford, on the 14th inst., was one of Custer's gal lant followers, and was with the dash ing cavalry captain in the engagement with Crazy Horse. The Northern Pacific. earnings for th...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 5 June 1884

f .filen din Trai J2. o. l. No. 44. - Maidenand Maginnis, M. T., Thursday, June 5, 1884. Price 10 Cents .. .. . . . . . . . . . . .. . .. . . . . . . .. .. . . . . . . .. .1 8 84.. . . . .. . >I1iI)EN. r11TT'PS)AY . Miy 2,, 1sS4. - t. BI ItHýI tV) R I R IIVRI+T)A" BY F-ELL & VROOMAN. Entered at Maiden P 0. *a Second 41aii matter. :,rw rear...... .... ............. . .. .. ... ..3" AI)\'ER'11`Sdr' G ItA i#YS : I j;01. ol'w inawrtio 1...... ............. .,.... I uunth ...... ................" . ......15.00 oune eilr .. .................. 0 Special rates give! on lrg4'Sce and't standing alitertiaentclts. Local notices 15 cents ptrJoe. Professi4r.al Cards. W. T. MCFARLAND, 'y. ,. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR! OFrrcr.-)4xt&oor to Yiutral Argun, SAIuE.. - MONTANA. "V. ill .nand to all lLatJ' rt,nJdtc~¶ttd with tiy nand Oiiice,,j thie IPuic SurVeys. MAXN. t4-ºE1:i314.N 1i. ti. Mel jº rliti:. WATFUVIi )I1.1N ,L Mc1N'J'1~i.IK. ATTORNEYS AT LAW F f. IIENT'ON. I1c. 'T. W~ill atten'J I' ...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 5 June 1884

TY ImO T OF LA I Say, what is life? 'Tis to be born A helpless babe, to greet the light With a sharp wail, as if the morn Foretells a cloudy noon and night; To weep, to sleep, and weep again With sunny smiles between-sand then And then space the infant grows To be a laughing, sprightly boy, Happy despite his little woes, Were he but conscious of his joy I To be, in short from two to ten, A merry, moody child-and then? And then in cost and trousers clad, To learn to say the decalogue, And break it, an unthinking lad, With mirth and mischief all agog: A truant oft by field and fen, To capture butterflies-and then? And then increased in strength and size, To be anon ayouth full grown; A hero in his mother's eyes, A young Apollo in his own; To imitate the ways of men In fashionable sin-and then? And then at last to be a man, To fall in love, to woo and wed! With seething brain to scheme and plan To gathergold or toil for bread; To sue for fame, with tongue and pen, And gain or loose the...

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. — 5 June 1884

Some Traits of the Virginif L The whole tradition of the country unites in a vast protest against hurry. If you meetsyour neighbor on the road on horseback, though you had met every day for a week, he would look on you as a curmudgeon did you not stop and "chat a while." If, on a summer day, you stop at a roadside farm-house for a drink of water, you will be fortunate, if the owner is a speaking acquaintance, to get away within an hour, and .onsid erable hardening will be required to resist the entreaty to "'lite, Sir, 'lite," that follows instantly on his greeting of recognition. Rural property, where the house stands upon the public high way, is among this middling class con sidered as having something special in that particular to recommend it. The middle-aged or elderly proprietor of such an enviable location, though he has nowadays to make his boys work, will still sit himself upon the porch in his shirtsleeves, with long pipe or the less picturesque quid between his teeth, roc...

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. — 5 June 1884

MAIDEN, THUR$DAY, June)5, 1s. Pt' H i-n t:'r it Tif'ioIAY wY -FELL & VROOMAN, Illinoi had a frost on the 28th o May. rhich done considerable damiage ,to t.e growing crops. Hon. Isaac D. McCutcheon deliv. ered the address on Decoration Day.at Helena. It was a fine etfort. It looks now as though the candi dates to be placed before the people by the democracy would be Tilden and Carlisle. Benjamin F. Butler was nominated for the presidency by the greenback convention, Gen. West, of Mississippi. for vice-president. Butler is also the presidential nominee of the anti-mon opoly party. The question is, who is West ? The graves of the dead heroes of the United States, were strewed with flowers last Friday. Yearly Decora tion Day through the efforts of the G. A. R. is growing in popularity, and as time advances, the memory of the brave and the true, who gave up their lives to perpetuate the Union becomes dearer to the hearts of the American people. If Gen. Grant, after his tout around th...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
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