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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 5 June 1884

MAIDEN LODGE. No. 18. A. 0. U. W. ME:ETS EVERY I'YtI{I''_ EVENIN;, J.O,: )[Iss. Nl . W. . T''mJ irsr pN, 1. LOCAL NEWS. Th'le smelter is coming. Mr. A. ML i sler will arri\:e hIne by this evening's coach. The term of school at Stuart's ranch elised last Friday ulitil J )c'embcr It, 18]s . School was opened at Ovezland last Monday, with Miss Isabella Brown ns teacher. Fourteen ~cbolars in attend Mrs. A. R. Frame will accompalny her husband to the, Pacific coast. The best wishes of kr tnaly friends acconm pany her. Peter II. CotaiU'Ps challenge to play checkers for $1044 a side is accepted by James B. P'helps, of Ncihart. Peter, get thou to practicing at once. T. C. P1wer & Bros. shipped 3,000() pounds of merchandise by )Dent & Tul lock's teams yesterday, to their branch house at Lewistown.--iver Prvss. We return our thanks to those who kindly assisted iil the removal of the Atuct's office, Friday last. The public :rec invited to drop inlto our new 4 liartersc. Lieut. IMin...

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. — 5 June 1884

the xJiunzaJ g FELL & VROOM1AN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - MONTANA. Buisiness men throughout the coun try regard the late squall in Wall street as a clearing up shower, and do not seem to be concerned for the future of legitimate business. They confess,how ever, to a serious scare during the pen dency of the squall and before they ful ly understood the causes, as well as they do now. Ship bread, cakes and crackers, con stitute an important item in the trade of California with adjoining states and territories, and foreign countries, amounting in the aggregate to over $1,000,000 per annum. The two or three factories in San Francisco alone have been annually credited with a pay roll varying from $150,000 to $200,000, per annum for the past ten years, and their sales have been reported during this interval at from ")0,000 to $1, 000,000 per annum. There has never been a time in the history of the world when it cost as little to exchange commodities between dis tant countries as now. Co...

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. — 5 June 1884

GONGREBBIOIAL SUM. ARY --9 After nearly three days of wrangling, the house decided the English-Peelle contest by unseating Peelle, Republican, and seating Eng lish, Demoo:at, by a majority of three; more than thirty Democrats voted against English. The sensation of the day was. the oharge, made in a very caustic speech by Horr of Michigan, that English, senior, father of the contestant, has grossly abused the privilege of the floor, as a former M. 0. by resorting to obnoxious and even objectionable methods to -cure votes for his son. A dozen democrats sprang to their feet to defend Mr. English and vehement speeches were made by Randall, Cox and others. A res olution was offered by Bayne of Pennsylvania to appoint a committee of seven to investigate the charges in this connection against William H. English. The resolution was adopted. The report of the senate committee on post offices and .not roads on the subject of postal telegraph has been completed by Senator HilL It gives a summ...

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. — 5 June 1884

FOURTH OF JULY. Action of the itizen's Comnittso.-orae Raes Foot Rta( Sp*.heC-Music. Etc. PROGRAMME: W0 A. M.--Grand procession, to forip at lower end of town gpd marce .to gr:nd stand. 10:30 A. M.--Readng of I)cclarastiol of Independence. '1 A. M.--Adroes by the orator of the day RACES : horse Race, 2 F. M.--Frye far all. Single dash, one-quarter mile. Purse $50.; $35. to witnier; $10. to second; $5. to thir4J. Entrance fee $5. ,Cayuse Race-Free for all, (barring winner of first Face). Single dash one-quarter mile. Purse $35.; $20 to winner; $1. 4o second; $5. to third. Entry.ce fee $4 lilow Race-Free for all (mules and horses). :iogle dash 300 yards. Purse $10., lI to winner. Entrance fee $1. foot Race- ree for all. Distance 100 yards. Purse $15.; $10 to winner; ý. to second. Entrance fee $2.50 i3ag Rwe-Free for all. Distance 1(00 feet. Purse $5. all to winner. En traa|ce fee 50 cents. *3lind Folded Wheelbarrow Race-Free for all. Distance 1,) frt. J?Yrse $5. all to winner. Entra...

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. — 12 June 1884

Vol. I. No. 45. Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thursday, June 12, 1884. Price 10 Cents BROADWATER, McNAMARA & CO., ,Voet Tradters, Mt- MMgi3nni , M. T Wholesale and Retail Dealers in E " IE GENERAL O MERCH ANDISE I WE NOW TAKE PLEASURE a In Announcing to the Trade and the Public Generally, that we are Prepared to Fill all Orders in trusted to us at Short Notice. Our Stock is now Complete in every Department. G=ROCERIES and. PROVISIONS! W E. have everything that is needel, such as Staple and Fancy Canned G(oods, corn, tomatoes, peas, succotash, lima and string beans, iel is, preserves, jams. California canned goods, Oneida Community bottled goods, in.ported malt vinegar, Flour-Four Ace and other brands,-corn meal. graham flour, oat meal, pea and corn meal. Coffees, green and roasted. 'l'eas, all grades and kinds. Hominy, rice, macaroni, tapioca farina, dried lima beans, etc., etc., etc. Our Line of Dried Fruits Meats. and Salmon by the barrel or kit. You will finfl strictly choice a...

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. — 12 June 1884

FELL & VROOMAN. Poblishera. MAIDEN, - a - MONTANA. It is rare that warm weather holds of so long. The prospet for summer watering places is dim enough any wa; owing to financial causes, and when cold weather is added, the outlook is certain ly gloomy. The panic in New York was of shor uaration, audits effects almost entirely local. Rotten firms and institutions is other states which would have inevita, bly exploded in a short time, have gone up a little quicker for the New Yorh flurry, but on the whole, its effects have tot been disastrous. It is well enough for those who cas afford ;he luxury to enjoy Florida win ters, and it is a pity that more cannot do so, but when people talk about go ing down there to engage in farming foi dhe year round, either stock-raising gardening, or anything else, they are simply talking nonsense. The present average rate of duty on sugar under our tariff (1.95 eents pet pound) is exactly the wholesale price of raw sugar in the London market-name ly...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 12 June 1884

OUTRACIBED AND NTWD. The A1.g.e Kuraerer of sers Uurns a Nomeless Wanderer. This week will see Orrin A. Carpen ter, the once wealthy and highly re spected citizen of Lincoln, a homeless wanderer. He has sold his property in this city and closed out his busioess, and is going no one knows whither He is the first man who was ever banished from the state of Illinois by a mass con vention of the people. His ostracism has been complete. He goes because he cannot live there. No one will buy anything of him or sell him anything. No one will speak to him on the street or elsewhere. His wife and his beauti daughters are served in the same way Friends and fellow church members. who have known them all and been as sociated with them in many good works for years past, treat them as strangers. The feeling is unanimous; the ostra cism universal. In spite of Carpenter's acquittal of the murder of Zora Burns, his former housemaid, the belief in his guilt is general. The circumstantial evi dence, wh...

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. — 12 June 1884

MAIDEN. TIII R ' )AY,..iunc 12, I.".1 PII 11115111;1) J1. ruY T'' : Olk I X FELL & VROOMAN. BLAINE-LOGAN The Republican Nominees. James G. llaine, of Maine, was onoinated for president at Chicago, last Friday, on the fourth ballot, the vote standing as follows: Bl a ine.......:................... .... ............................. . a Arthur.............. 7 FdWupda ........................................... 41 L~ogan............................................... dle ...... ... .... 1 L ncl.................................. . John A. Logan,of Illinois, was nom inated for vice-president by acclama tion. The nomination of Blaine is a victory of the people over a horde of hungry office holders and scheming politicians. The will of the Republi can masses, though twice defeated, has at last triumphed. Whether Blaine shall occupy the presidential chair or not is a matter now left entirely with the voters of the nation. D 1-2:-. _-.__ r - - - Blaine and Logan have been select ed as th...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 12 June 1884

, MAIDEN LODGE No. 18. A. 0. U. W. IEFITS FVEIRY RI":ii4v EVEN'I;. Jos. Atiso N. M. w. 1. T~aý ni'**n " º:. LOCAL NEWS. Fresh Figs at Star Drng Store. 11. W. Higley wi 1l move into his new house next week. T. C. Power & Co., Lewistown, now occupy their new store. Henry Simons, of Lewzitowin. made us a brief call on Wednesday. Dave Jones left. Tuesday for Billings, to look after business interests. Hand Painted Fans, Laces, Ostrich Pon-Pons and Parasols, at Mrs. Hawn's. See the spring advertisment of Broad water, McNamara & Co., on first page. L. Belanger expects to complete his building opposite the store in a short time. Thompson & Higley received a load of general merchadise by bull teams, this weeK. The two weeks having expired, we shall be obliged to "call time" on the Collar paymaster. The Maiden Base Ball Club will play the Spring Creek nine, Sunday, June 22d, on their own ground. Light and heavy buckskin (=loves at \. T. Dinsmore's. The citizen's committee will me...

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. — 12 June 1884

AN OLD ZEOUTATIOW. Neat ihe your farms: us 1 :go mfoiý,J The neatest farmer is tiw lest Each bog and march In-istrioius drain. Nor let vile balk- defo itm tli plami, Nor bushes on vonr h ailanm grow,, For briars a slovin s culture show. Neat be your barns, your houses st vet: Yout paths he clean, Your door-yards neat; No moas the sheltering ro1,f itnshiroud. Nor wooden panes the wind or clteld: No sink-drains shoutl above ground flow, Nor weeds with wrankling potion grow; But~dowers expand, and fruit trees bloom, And fragrant shrubs exhale pe-fume. Neatly enclose your garden round; Smooth, enrich and clear the ground; For if to taste and profit you incline, Beauty and use you always should combine. -Old Farmers Almanac. A IOVEL TENEMENT. American Cultivator. Mrs. Rhoda Carpenter, at the age of seventy, found herself in a predicament. She had always been a keen-witted, shrewd woman, but she had at last done one of those foolish things which even keen-witted, shrewd people will do in ...

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. — 12 June 1884

Here are extracts from letters n rit ten by people in different parts of the country who have not the shadow of a reason to make misstate ments. They have not been bribed or bought. They speak right up, briefly lnd to the point. I used Thomas' Eclectric Oil internal ly for a kidney difficulty with splendid effect. It makes pain hum. I buy it in dozen lots.-Thomas G. Road, 38 East Swan st., Buffalo, N. Y. I do think there is nothing like Thomas' Eclectric Oil. For a cold or a hoarseness it works like a charm.-Mrs. 1L.,1. Zellows, Burr Oak, St. Joseph Co., Mich. Of rheumatism nothing gave me re lief quicker than Thomas' Electric Oil, remarks R. C. Joiner of Allen P. 0., Hillsdale Co., Mich. Worth five times its price.-S. B. Durfey, second mate steamer Arizona, on the great lakes, cured of bad jam on foot. As a remedy for catarrh it stands at the top.-Edward S. Rowley, 222 W. Twelfth st., Davenport, Iowa. Has magical pain-killing and healing properties-C. J. Doesbury, proprietor News, ...

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. — 12 June 1884

t nt ` ; Iin; i a 0 > 1,f 11 lWelf ti' Mld iwe cream lestiS al Helena ha, t.)o .a p1AI III dep ment with a Chief Marshal at a ,alarv 'if $,20oo. engineer $$,200, towel watchman $90o and teamster $900. The towns along the the Northern Pacific, will soon have a chance to sample circus lemonade and laugh at the stale jokes of the clown. Cole is coning. The stock of the Helena Mining and Reduction company is quoted at *3.5O and no sellers. An ofier was made this week for 4,000 shares, but the holder was not desirous of selling. -independent. Judge Coburn is winning golden opinions from the bar, litigants and citizens generally for his dignified presidence, impartial optinons, com mon sense and practical rulings.- Avant Courier. The Attorney- General has instructed U. S. Marshal Botkin to "offer a re ward of $i,ooo for the arrest of all the seven persons engaged in the assault on Paymaster Whipple, or a propor tionate sum for the arrest of any part of the seven." The unpaid employes o...

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. — 19 June 1884

oL I. No.46. .Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thursday, Jule 19, 1884. Price 10 CeOnts BROADIWAIER, MCNAMARA & CO., ost Trad.ers, Ftm Muagin.=ais, M - Wholesale and Retail Dealers in ENERAL MERCHA NI)ISE ! WE NOW TAKE PLEASTURE In Announcing to the Trade and the Public Generally, that we are.Prepared to Fill all Orders in trusted to us at Short Notice. Our Stock is now Complete in every Department. ROCERIES and PROVISIONS! WE Have everything that is needed, such as Staple and Fancy Canned Goods, corn, tomatoes, peas, succotash, lima and string beans, jel ies, preserves, jams, California canned goods, Oneida Community bottled goods, imported malt vinegar, Flour-Four Ace and other brands,--corn meal, graham flour, oat meal, pea and corn meal. Coffees, green and roasted. Teas, all grades and kinds. Hominy, rice, macaroni, tapioca farina, dried lima beans, etc., etc., etc. Our Line of Dried Fruits Meats. * and Salmon by the barrel or kit. You will find strictly choice and Our meats are ...

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. — 19 June 1884

IIj_._ -- . .. +hc tinrxdn \rut . 'FE!.L & V\1OOM.AN. Publishers. M AII)EN, - - . ONTANA. Referring to the 'tate~ment that tihe shrinkage of stock volu- namounts to ,a throrsarnd millions. a financirl ,Iaper says the shrinkage is simply the squjeezing out of time "water" injeted into them. which represented the invetment of not a single peunn in absolute cash. There is a good deal of truth in this. The famous Dr. Tanner, of semi-star vation, notoriety. says this is a world of gluttons and that "If people would eat and uriink less there would be no more use for the doctors. They could all shut up and go off on a prolonged pic nic." In his own case, his long fast ef fected a cure of heart disease which physicians had pronouncedl incurable. Under the present extradition trea ty between the United States and Great Britain, neither larceny, embezzlement, misappropriation of funds, fraud nor obtaining money by false pretences is a crime for which fugitives from justice are delivered u...

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. — 19 June 1884

he referred to the ne:nI«,riy record oflhis candi date. After le hd ~lpokeui eighteen minutes he partly lost his grip on hi' hearers and gavel rapping was necessary, lbut a few happy sen tencep and the n.ention of l;en. Grantgave him new sway, which was not lost again. Mr. Brand agee EonCIed at lilneteen minutes of 8, and hee scn went dow n his peroration at four minutes after , the speech having consumed twenty-three nluites. de fare The decent cheers which a well to the portly figure of Brandagee had hardly died away when the secretary, running rapidly down the list of states, nmet an obstruction at Illinois which developed in the shape- of a ramrodlike, black-robed form, surmounted by an eagle beak and a rasping voice, sur roundedl y a Presbvteriau-elder sort of face, all bearing the name of Shelby M. Cullom, United States senator. He made himself heard magnificently, and made a better impression on the convention than some better speakers. The applause which the speech was skil...

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. — 19 June 1884

1i.! )EN. Til' Il iYi,.l 1I'. ! I( OI'l.i1ll l I' I- y TIII : ,\111 I, FELL & VROO~ AN. 'I t. IBenton will celet.b e rn trhe Fourth ci July. 11 ;s prop,lesit'- :y oonlie that Col. rander'; ,vili b' the next t'rritorial governor One of the Montana delegates. .ee Mantle, was alpointed on the comn :nittee se!ectcd to notify Blain:' a..d Locgvan of their nominAtion. TIe ])emocrat<, i.ke the Relui,i - cans, disregard :ih claims of I:aste:n Montana, ;u their seicection of dclc gates to the national convention. We understand Gov. Crosby is going to take up a ranch over on t',c Stink *ing water. That's right We don't w.Lnt :to see the governor teavt ,e territory. It is really interesting to see Mon tana papers which cast their iortunesi with "Chet," do the crawfish act and piour out their libations of taffy fori the "plumed knight." Samuel J. T'iden. in a lengthy Ictter, declines, in advance, the honor of the 'democrati. nomination. The follohw 'ing is a brief extract: ',Adught n...

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. — 19 June 1884

MAIDEN LODGE. No. 18. . 0. U. V'.,. J, . I O'; , i. . a 1 T'ii l. 1. LOCAL NE: JS. i'm. Beikinis was in town S:,turday. L)ave Jones returned frop Iilliugi, last evening. Don't forget tha11t yOu Wit lto .: ill Maide On o he lIIh. W'. . P.Brainelri returniui i fronl his Eastern t: ip Tuiesda:y eve\llig. Aax 1'lmiat('n was in Maiideni, this week on p- ,i" ýionail llllnsiess. See DaI)id Jellkiulf a'dvertisemnlieut of sale of ranch. It i. a bargain. Maiden halt.i fire warden. Charlles A. Archer has e;i'n alP,'ti itcl Iv Ii] that position. The roof of J. ,). Calml cll's store, iat Andersonville, took firo Tihnri.tlda-, anlld the bililding bad a narrow oe::a<pe fromi destruction. Chas. Lellhman & Co., dealc'lrs in gion erall merlchalndise, have their advertis' ment in this issue if the Armtc:i. '1'1,i firm is hlocated at Cott(oil wood tiand nee!s nio intiroduction hto d':cI,erl; in the Judithi lhai n. The A. O. I. W. danice, on July 4th, at this early date, is ian assuired suli...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 19 June 1884

JUST AS SHE TOLD IT. BY JuL1F K. IW:nTiFn.LL. From Harpcr' Bazar. What time is it? Lor-r-d! We'll have half an hour to wait, and I do hate sitting around in a hotel with nothing to ] do. Ain't New Orleans an awfully funny place? It can't hold a candle to Chi eawgo. Some one told us to visit the French quarter; but, my goodness! it's g awfully shabby-just awfully shabby; and, as for the French mark et, you get up at an unearthly hour in the morning, and the coffee they have's fit to poison you. I think it's your duty to see everything that's to be seen; so I said to the chambermaid the other day, "Where are your handsome dwelling-houses?" "Ah! out Prytania and St. Charles, mum, there's ilegant fine mansions," shesaid. So we went, and-would you believe it?-they're all made of wood! Did you ever ! Yes; this is a dreadfully queer place. I used to have sort of ro mantic notions about the south-though it must be just per-r-fect. I thought, don't you know, you wore white dresses all winter...

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. — 19 June 1884

 zdividualities. Of Republicans prominently mentioned for the presidency , Gen. W. T. Sher man is the oldest at 64, and his brother Jonn ranks next at 61, Robert T. Lin coln is the youngest at 40. All the other are between 50 and 60. Senator Logan is about 55, Edmunds is 56,Haw ley 58, Allison 55, Harrison end Gres ham each 54, and Blaine and Arthur each 54. The Democratio candid ates are much older. Tilden is 72, Payne 74, Thurman 71, McDonald 65, Hen dricks 60, Bayard 65. Gtn. Den ver 66, Randall 55. Flower is the young man in the race at 49. Julian Arnold tells a curious story of his father, Edwin Arnold, writing the most of the wonderful poem,"Light of Asia," on t he cuff of his shirt sleeve while riding in the oars to and from his office. He says his father went into London every morning, and during the ride would write on his cuff with his pencil. In the evening after his return home, he copied the lines off on paper, and in this way wrote most of the beau tiful poem. The Rev...

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. — 19 June 1884

MONTANA NEWS. Ioe-an i- to, ha~i : military oanpan c. Six jail Ii, d csc:aned from the Hlelena City lockup, on the i ith inst. A new mail route from Sun River to Great Falls will commence operation on the 1st of July. Fridleys bridge at 'migrant gulch, upper Yellowstone, was washed away by a flood, last Friday. The Democrat Territorial Gonven tion, is called, to be held at Deer odge on the 25th of September. The Thompson's Falls ferry broke its cable, June 8th, and eleven men and several pack animals, were drowned. John Angove, a miner, working on the Rising Star, Butte district, fell out of the bucket while being drawn up the shaft, falling a distance ot forty feet, killing him instantly. Private Tom McDonald, Company B, and Cavalry who had a leg broken near White Sulphur Springs by being thio wn from a horse, is doing well in the Sisters' Hospital, where he has been attended by Dr. Falkner and waited on by Sergeant Hay. There are probably z,ooo Chinese buried, who worked for the ...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
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