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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 26 June 1884

Vol. I. No. 47. Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thursday, June 26, 1884. Price 10 Cents BROADWATEI, MCNAMARA a CO,, *Post Trad.ers, xE4t. Maginnis, M. T. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in GENERAL MERCHANDISE ! D E NOW TAKE PLEASURE 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. GROCERIES and PROVISIONS! W EJ1 Have everythiig th.t i. nee'(e !. s!c, as St",le and hancv ('anncd (;oods, corn, tomatoes, peas, succo)ta1sh, lima ai: ! strinr beans, ci ies, preserves, jams, Caiifornia canned ;coo(di, ()nci ai Comnmunity lbottlcd goods, imported malt vinegar, Four--Four A.ce and other ,rand.s,-corn meal, graham flour, oat meal, pea and corn meal. Coffees, green and roasted. 'Teas, all gradec and kinds. Ho:niny, rice, nlmac:aroni, tapioca farina. (hiiel lima lbeans, etc., etc.. etc. Our Line of Dried Fruits Meats. andl :ahon by the barrel or kit. You will filnd strictly cho...

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. — 26 June 1884

FELL & VROOM A11 . Publishers. MAIDEN, - - - 1ONTANA. Seven millions and seven hundred thousand dollars worth of property was burned up in May in the United States. Immigration to this country this year has fallen off about 20 per cent. Our exports are also 20 per cent. behind the volume of 1888. Under these circum stances, notwithstanding the country is rich and money plentiful, it is an excel lent time for economy and retrench ment. The sun is likely to be very hot for ninety days, and it is not wise to add to the intensity of natural coloric any extraordinary amount atf political heat. There will be time enough for that later in the season, after the issues and candidates have become more clearly known. Paper manufacture has been over done, like many other industries in this country, and a suspension of production is nescessary in order to keep the mar ket in good shape. Sixty per cent. of the mills running on straw paper in New York States have agreed to a sus pension of two...

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. — 26 June 1884

CO1OGZ3HsZOALT P OCIUDZI-G. The house Tueelay considered bills c ming from the committee on Indian affairs. Most ol the session was devoted to Mr. Nelson's bil: to open the Red Lake Indian reservation in Minnesota. Mr. Nelson made a very clear and comprehensive explanation of his bill. He said lie thought there was some misapprehen sion in regard to it It.had been charged that the bill was in the interest of pine land rings, and gotten up to defraud the Indians. He effectually answered this charge by showing that this bill has been so carefully drawn as to prevent any fraud upon the Indians whatever, and that it was against the interest of pine land speculation. It is doubtful wheth er it will come up again this season, but Mr. Nelson says he will avail himself of the first opnotunity to cal it up again. in considering the river and harbor bill in the house on Tuesday, the following items of interest to the northwest were agreed to: Improving harbor at Ahnapee, Wis., $5,0; Green Bay...

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. — 26 June 1884

i ce Senat_ hais pj .:.. lyganv b:!! t.at : .i the evl!. Under i : .,',:; polygam,ous wife ran," ;".: r.,p!."c'! :usb:nd; the womi,:n ar:: -:1 dir:: l.i:ed; pioLc ibit. illegt:nat: .hil!r, trom inhe: iting ,ti proI;er:' (,i 1. y -!.5 imous parents; prosecinti, for r!.'1. amy may br institute. :r  t!.. crimes' the cau.;rc the t u:::i.-i law providing for the incorpor',tin f Mor::.an churchec is at ,d. T-: Ut&,h emigration burs·eu 5: ,:.: :I: and provisions made :c' : a t oompany; prohibit , bux t iiti,:,t citizens of the Ul ited Sta.t :- f.... voting at any territorial elec.io:n an:i to crown al!, puni hment for p,l; ygam is fixed at three years imprisnirnent. This act, should it become a law, and strictly enforced, wi:l! radicite the malignant ulcer of :oivygainy tr:cm our land BLAINE AND THE CItrl~riZ LUne of the New Yorkc ' T i.'.. s'b scribers, who bolts B3a:n e, writ:s : that paper as fo!Mow I agran with Dr FPra i~a Si. Weld and 'il:E int vote for B ilalue, th:ugh I he re ...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 26 June 1884

MAIDEN LODGE. No. 18, A. 0. U. W. M IET EVERY FlRID.1AY EViNING. n.. . |tLrso. N . I. ... Ttmxlwos. 1: LOCAL NEWS. i. W\. Higley's little daughter is, .Inngerously ill. F. L. Weatherwax. son of J. D., of 'tici. visited Maiden this w4ek. L. Belanger received a :large con signment of bottled beer this week, from Benton. The trustees of 1aliden school district have decided to close the school next Friday until the fall term. Blaine and Logan-That is the name nf a new lead discovered on Mornday last by Peter Bowman. Thomp<mon & Higley are puuting down their winter root house. The residents on Water street will now havte a means of egress. The hail storm last MIonday, was the hardest of the season. Vegetable crops were considerably damaged for several miles around. Hamilton & . Witherell, have rented Vincent Gia .buLlihling (formerly Xracus o!fice) and Fil'pult in a line of liquors and cigat',. Frank Aeger and Rosaline Rigle, of Heaver Cicek, were united in the bonds of matrim...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 26 June 1884

'WeAZAZ.LLLT J ." I was might good-lookin' when I was young, Peert an' bick-eyed an' slim With fellers a-oourtin' me Sunday nights, '8peciaally Jim. The likeLest one of 'em all was he, Chipper, an' han'som,' an' trim, But I tesed up my head an' made fun o' the crowd, 'Spacially Jim. I said I hadn't no 'pinion o' men. An' I wouldn't take stock in him! 3t they kep' up a-oomin' in spite o' my talk, '8pecilly Jim. I got e tired o' havin' 'em roun' ('spacisly Jim!) I made up my mind td settle down An' take up with him. fo we were married one SBnday in church ('Twas crowded full to the brim); the only way to get rid of 'em all, '8patially Jim. --entury. Al HUO WITI A IICWC0O? Las asese WetS. Lsa We-hlWhwt a Mah-power ?woe wml Als. Ohiango Heral. ,"I suppose there never was a time when the general interest in microscopy was so great as at present," said the principalaiorosoope-maker in the city to the Herald reporter. "It will take mesix weeks or two months to fill the orders I have on bha...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 26 June 1884

Boston, Mar. 8, 1884. I have used Burdock Blood Bitters for a severe case of dyspepsi with great suc cess, and can conscientiously recommend it to any person troubled with any form of dyspepai Ja BOLE, o Gilson Court, West Cedar St. Bridgeport. Ct., April 11, 1884. I have been greatly benefited byfBur dock Blood Bitters. Two bottles entirely oured me of the worst kind of dyspepsia. I tried many other medicines, but entire ly faied to get any relief from them. EYRA L. NIcaOLS, 8 Whitney Lane. Providence, B. I., Apr. 4, 1884. I am using Burdock Blood Bitters for a epepsin and have received great relief. Have been seriously troubled with dyspepsia for five years, and here tofore have not found relief. CHAS. R. SwrET, 65 William St. East Boston, Mass., Feb. 11, 1884. I have been using Burdock Blood Bitters for a bad case of dyspepsia. The first bottle (purchased at Brad bury's drug store, Washington St. (re lieved me so much I procured the sec ond bottle (at Putnam's drug store E. Bosto...

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. — 26 June 1884

MONTANA NEWS. The new Glendive paper, live-col zumn eight-page weekly, styled the Independent, appeared June I4th. On Friday last, the 20oth inst., the Northern Pacific commenced running regular daily trains on the Park Branch, ,between Livingston and Cinnabar. The miners of Murray, Meagher county, have great confidence in that making a prosperious camp. The new smelter is expected to arrive this .month. There is likely to be a big gold stam pede to the Big Horn mountains this summer, paying lodes having been discovered by a couple of experienced miners.-Miles City Press. J, J. Hill the railroad magnate, has' decided to build a handsome hotel at Great Falls, plans and specifications to be sent out at once. A portion of the townsite will be placed on the market immediately. The Coeur d'Alene Nugget busted, by reason of the proprietors gambling. The printers attached the building for wages. The Eagle men bought the building at $350o. The press, a small army toy machine, and the hatful...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 3 July 1884

Vol . Maiden and Maginnis, M. 't, Thursday, July 3, 1884. Fib 1(0 BROADWATER, M0NAMARA A cs3, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in ] GENERAL MERCH ANDISE?; WE NOW TAKE PLEAS URE 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. GROCERIE ~a& PROVISIONTS! WE Have everything that is needed, such as Staple and Fancy Canned Goods, corn, tomatoes, peas, succoflash, lima and string beans, jel ies, preserves, jams, California canned good,- Oneida Community bottled goods, imported malt vinegar, Flour-Four Ace ancIether 'brands,-corn meal, graham flour, oat meal, pea and corn meal. Coffees, green and roasted. Teas, all grades and kinds. Hominy, rice, macaroni, taplca farina, dried lima beans, etc., etc., etc. Our Line of Dried Fruits Meats. Ind Salmon by the barrel or kit. You will find strictly choice and Our meats are fresh and sweet, hav- ,bi nes fresh, having just rec...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 3 July 1884

FELL & VROOMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA, The population of the German Em pire December 1, 1880, was 45,238,829; that of the United States same year, 49,369,785. By the ratio of increase Germany should now have nearly 50-, 000,000 and the United States 56,000, 000. The long, cigarshaped steamers have been eclipsed by the America which made the shortest passage, and is broad in the beam, and has engines of only half the power of the Oregon and oth ers, and only uses half as much coal. The runs of the America may be ac ceptional, but they show that the race is not always with the long, narrow boat. In the popular estimate of slander and slanderers London is evidently very different from New York. In the former city a broker circulated a false report concerning a prominent banking house, and afterwards publicly apolo gised and retracted all that hat been said, but he is not forgiven, and was hissed on entering the London Stock Exchange. Amateur observers in astronomy turn ...

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

AwavutaU Prises at O opaque sm p. mast-As ZnSIda~ sad ietsle ahase Uat" Dubuque lows was the scene last week of in ereisting military work by companies of T. a regulars and volunteer orgnalsations from va rious parts of the country. eSaturday was the closing and great day, and the drings are thus described: The mrst feature of the day was a grand dr t ardI which twelve compne gras . They were commanded by Col. tier,Lieut. Cot. Mever and Capt. Choatnd, & fthe Third Ml~ul--,and the best drilled oMors in Cmp reon. This was followed by a brigade drill, In which many companies took paft They ranked as follows: Third Missouri regiaent, Cot Meyer cor mannding; Mobile i'izfea ; Iowa National guards ,of Muscatine, Iowa; Company Paul Cat Beas oemmanditig. Thin, although i did net take first prise, is an excelletly riled comr an , a did some ver fine drilll moo r hanwhen It rmdfor the Two companies of Washington, Din. (it of Columbia, and the Washington Artillery of New Orleans, formed as ...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 3 July 1884

MAIDEN, THURSDAY, July 3, 1884 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY FELL & VROOMAN. Isaac P. Gray is the democrat nom inee for govenor of Indiana. Allan Pinkerton, the great detective, is at the point of death, in Chicago. Grover Cleveland. seems to have the strongest support for the demo 'crat nomnnation, although opposed by 'Boss Kelly and the New York Sun. Gov. Murray has been re-appointed governor of Utah. His policy in deal ing with the Mormon pest is heattily endorsed by the president. The Republican National Com mittee met at the Fifth Avenue hotel, 4 ewYork, on the 26th ult, and elected I ". F. Jones, of Pittsburg, chairman. Blaine lives entirely outside of all i Presidential latitudes and longitudes- t -oo far east and too far north.-Inde- n pendent: James G. Blaine LIVES in d every city, town and hamlet in the v 'United States, and is almost as well t, kbown as the "ex-Mayor" of Buffalo. a tl Charles $. Fee, general passenger Is ageat of theNorthern 'acific,returned tl Ito day ...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 3 July 1884

MAIDEN LODGE. No. I. A. 0. U. W. 1(EETS EVERY FRIDAY EVENING. Jo.. M(AoN, W. w. A. Tnoxfto\, LOCAL NEWS. PORN-On July 2d, to Mr. & Mr C. S. Fell, a daughter. Weight, nir pounds. MARRIED--On June 29th, 1884ý Fort Maginnis, by A. M. Baler, J0sic of the Peace Sergeant Daniel Likes t Miss Emma iOWAe. Butte street has been eleanued up an put in excellent shape for the races. By $ little rustling, several shares c stock of the Makten Reductiop Corn pany, can be disposed of to-morrow. The Maiden Base Ball Club will plat a picked nine, t-morrow, July 4th, oh their grounds at Alpine. Three on .to picked nine four. Excellent Ice Cream at the Interna. tional restaurant. . Mr. Beth B. Stevens and T. B. SWil. man took their departure last Sunday for the east fork of Spring creek, on a fishing tour. They expect to be absent about a week. fi a Doas pasd a small, pet lamb, Its 3sc* was white as now, It ste Its food from a silver spoon, And answered to the name of "Joe." Now, this little lasb, 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. — 3 July 1884

WIT GinLS HARY. BY A* VIRGINIA (IRL. Nearly all the girls will deny thai they lbok forward to marriage as the end and aim of their existence, but it is a fact, nevertheless, and in their inmose hearts they must admit it. Why de they do so in spite of themselves? I have thought over this subject long and seriously, and I have read many articles on it, Let none that slowed much knowledge of a girl's thoughts on the subject. As I am a girl, it strikes me that I ought to know as much about this as anybody else, and certainly more than a man. I say this with the essay of a man before me who has written quite learnedly on "What to do With Our Daughters," giving us some very severe hits, and some well deserved ones, but showing little knowledge of our inner hearts. But, to begin with, my reasons for our anxiety to leave the state of single bles aednaes. In the first p'ace, t ie average girl is taught from her earliest infancy to look upon an old maid its a most mis erable and unfortunate b...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 3 July 1884

a 3. as *ae ý ' Croup will attack thechildre; iteaennot well be avoided, but the "little 0aras' can be saved terrible racking pain and torture, and the par ants sorrow andangulah, by having a bottle of DR THOMAs' RoLECaIOR OIL at hand to give them on the frst appearace of CrOip. It never fails to give relief. One mother writes: -"My little girl had croup of the worst form, tad Thonas'UCleote Oil relieved when every thing else faled. FiLva xxrvDU nars the first dose she wae quite easy." Take a child screaming with pain from a burn, and you can immediately stop the pai with DR THOMAS' ECLEWnI'C OIL Am it is .hoost impossible to protect the rislig gener stion from an occasional burn, fathers and mothers should provide for the emergency by keepingDR THOMAB'ECLECTBICOILhandy. it is just as good for acald, a frost bite, a bruise, a strain, and heela a cut quickly. When the children cough, Eclectrio Oil will tm it once stop the cough. When they have oQlds, It will cure them ] quicker than ...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 3 July 1884

aUTAMA atws. Horse thieves must go. Work has been resumed on the Billings artesan well. Eiaht thousand people attended Coles ciacus at Helena. W. H. Burgess, of Benton, dealer in groceries, failed last week. A gold nugget worth $325, it is re ported, has been found in Dream gulch, Cour d' Alenes. S. T. Hauser, of Helena, estimates that the Wickes works can clear from $8o,coo to $iooooo per month. Wool isquotedat Helena at eighteen cents per pound, only. It is worth -one and two cents more in Bozeman. Holter Bros., Helena, have in tran sit from the East, machinery for a large p mill and sash, door and blind at Great Falls. There were z8,ooo tons of copper shipped to England last year from the United States, of which Montana pro duced about two thirds. Edmundson, now in the Madison County jail, is suspected of being the man who robbed the Bentcn and Helena coach, May 27th. At FL Custer, recently, a soldier named Bernard, of K Company, Fifth Infantry, while attending to the target duri...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 10 July 1884

, T Maiden and Ma rins,¥ M. T., Thursd y, July 10, 1884. Price 10 Ceita [AlDEN, Ti1TSR·J ijBl.isllEI) EEit MLL & Va0 N, '. atr a Midn P. 0. a TERMS OF SU six i,,ontl it.... .......».«ý tine Y ear.........»..... b ADVERTL' IN I inch, onle inlertfea....... 1.00 month....-.uu.&0 . ,i; " ........... .1500~Y~as.lO * .. 3o00 special rates ireas l ding advertiesofltb. Local noticl" 15 centa special adverti.imeflft# inad Vance - Profusip I W. T.M ND, U. MINERA YOR ! MAIDEN, x MONTANA. Wilttend toalwt the Land ()"ee 9" N. B. SMITH, ATTORNEY _T LAW, I'racticeI in all cnurtu of t Terrtory. ('urres All bustues u 10rtstr to will receive prompt attantli W~HITE SLLPIICIll PR (Gi, M. T. .1 JX. WATF.EMAN. 11. G. MC INTIRE. WATERMAN & McINTIRE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW FT. BENTON, M. T. Will attend bo all business intrulted to our care from Maiden and vicinity. H. P. ROLFE, Attorney at Law, i' .S. Defulv Mineral Suney or. Miuing Prc-etll)tions and all Land (ta trnmw aetwMrImIdt - " BENTON. MONTAN...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 10 July 1884

ihe WjinraI irgiz. Fi:.L & VROO AN. Pab!isbers. MIAIDEN, - - - MONTANA. New York city had a temperature last week of ninety-five degrees, but a fine Breeze prevailed during this scorching visitation, so there was not the usual amount of suffering. The Dingley Shipping Bill, as it has passed both houses of congress, relieves American shipping from some of the burdens under which it has been stag gering for years. It annuls a part of the taxation that has rendered it near ly impossible for American vessels to compete with foreign. The bill lays upon the United States treasury many of the charges formerly extended from shipowners. It cannot but help Ameri can commerce so far as it goes. The Northwest News of Portland, Ore., brings ssurance of a goo3 harvest in that state as follows: "It is safe to say that the crop this fall will be one of the largest ever harvested in this state. With a wheat crop of 18,000,000 bushels, a wool clip of 10,000,000 pounds, a large hop yield and an im...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 10 July 1884

Fill ill UOIJ RL. Zeasea1M A MSarae. Hold the finger in very cold water ,o remove a close ring. To purify the air of the cellar the fol lowing is recommended by a German writer: "Put some roll brimstone into a pan, set fire to it, close the doors and windows as tight as possible for two or three hours; repeat this inexpensive operation every three months." Kid shoes may be kept soft and free from cracks by rubbing them once a week with a little preo glycerine or castor oil. Experience proves that earthen dishes will crack when placed upon a hot stove, yet many cooks persist in using the stove for a table. Good sized feet usually accompany well developed bodies, and the woman who has sense enough to wear a shoe suited to the foot has sense enough for other concerns of importance. Unalterable Paste. Take one table spoonful of flour, add gradually one pint of cold water; boil slowly and stir well to prevent burning until it thickens; keep boiling till it becomes thin, add one teaspoonf...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 10 July 1884

MAIDEN, THURSDAY, July 10. 1884 P BUWHED CVRY THURSDAV UY FULL & VEOOXAN. uu..wrs. U~mb Ourm~ L. I .. Lac~r~,~.R~.. ~ ». rr,.rrs... leet ad Sber, W. D. pswoa ...............w nd IbufI )4mMios x3IcboI.............. of Schosh UUDY D ASD=Y KNIVV. $. A. ffm (ude S Phu b 8sW l WprSpla pri*Spi $ R ...... »»' .hrkes '!'oL D siIsb ý, White Olngb r ings Conrr M oomt iwkm 4I. W. C00k. cSIaSn...Whith ksuphur Swin y Vto ianh ff7.... .Iý.....·. Nhnr uioma .Orop are promising well in the western Ltes. lowa's new prohibitory law went in to ekect on the 4th of July. The oppe rations of this measure will be watched with interest by the people of the United States The Democrats of Illinois have nominated Carter Harrison, present mayor of Chicago, for governor. Gen. Dick Oglesby is his opponent on the Republican ticket. The followig ames will be placed before the Democratic convention, in .Chicago, this week, and which will win the prise we will let our readers gues: Ben. Butler, Samuel J. Tilden,...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
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