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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 31 July 1884

fMiinwnt _. _ UIDEN, THURSDAY, July 81, 1884. PU3IJSHEB EVUY THURSDAY BY ULL 4 VROOMAN. WW at Maide P. 0.16 omseem Cia. matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPION: months........ ...-.-...................-....-.. X2.on r"Yesr...............«...».» -- ..........».»...... 5.50 ADVERTISING BATES: 4b. one Inserto . ....... ...... 1.00 4. ** 01rtlr».. .......... ...............»» a.00 six " .......» ....................... ...15.00 onerYar ..................................... 100 pecial rates given on large spaee and standing ertiseaents. ocai notices 16 ceats per lIae, pedal advertieeateata payable strictly in ad Ice CLUBBING RATES. Ch. Weekly Pioneer Press, 7 months and the MINERAL AnnGUs one year...............................$8 75 LO Chioago Xiaing Review I the MINIaL Axons for one year .......................... .................$4 50 oulsville Courier Journal, five months and the MLNERAL Anous, iyear, for..............................$8 75 Professional Cards. Wf. T. MFA R LAN D, U. S. DEPUTY IN...

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. — 31 July 1884

FE!.L & VRIOOMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA. Fears of a disastrous panic have been well nigh dissipated, but complaints are frequent of a sort of stagnation, the offspring of fear and general distrust. The relapse from a "boom" is not a pleasant thing, but it is inevitable. The cholera scare in the large dities and elsewhere will result in a general cleaning and purification which will present other diseases from gaining a serious foothold, as well as mitigate the cholera should it appear in this coun try. "Claim-jumping" at best is hazard ous business and the verdict of acquit tal in the caseod Lair for killing the Ward's at Devil's, emphasises what has been the unwritten law of the fron tier ever sinhe the settlement of the country. Owing to the exactions of the Csaa dian Pacific railway it has been finally decided at Winnipeg that it would be advisable to put a line of steamers on the Bed river to run between Emerson and Winnipeg, and a 'committee was appointed to go ...

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. — 31 July 1884

B LAIN E'S ACC TANCE. AB the Issues of the Campaign Treated Ez. haustively aid with strength and Direeutaes GME gSrvles Relbra Cosmmieed sad the Re. publea Position on the Tariff Clearly Interpreted. ag. Ulai'e Aeeeptanee. gas fBlowing Is Mr. Blaine's letter accept. ille nomin~aton for peredent LUOU5TA, Ye., July F5 1884.-The Non. John B. Henero and other. of the Coain. muctee, eta, etc--entleme: :Inamneuu. the nomination fo : th Id-ncytm&ei e by the Bepublican convention I beg to express a deep sense of the honor which imposed. I venture to acoompany the acceptance with some obeervations upon the questions involved in the oonteet-quea. tions whose settlement may affect the future of the nation favorably or unfavorably for a long e th issues whio the Bepublican party ppealsr popular sup port, thel oon tfnhsbe ingulastlyaxe It postin to thebýý am.e eats of the country as affected by the tari on imports. On tat queattcu the two ulilt. onrie -r radically i oozdict Almost the et aof...

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. — 31 July 1884

btna gfl4*Z; MAIDEN, THURSDAY, July 31. 1? t p Eg !5D EYSY THUVSDAY BY t FELL a VROOXAN. t Nothing seems to escape the notice of Col Ingersoll. In passing the East Side school house as he rode up from the depot on Saturday, he ex pressed pleasant surprise at the size, design and apparent permanency of the stracture, and remarked; "It al ways gives me a favorable impression of the enterprise and intelligence of a community when I find the school houses bigger and better than the hurch""--Bas man Courier. Henry Ward Beecher says Blaine is A bad man. Well, several years ago when Henry was "nest-hiding" with Mrs. Tilton and Theodore was carry ing Bessie Turner around in his arms clad in his "robe de nuit," the Ameri can people thought Beecher was a bad man. Some people are foolish enough to think so still. Put up your shutters, Henry, before you shy a rock. You may be able to knock the bottom out of an orthodox hell but you will find it hard work to defeat Jim Blaine. In the death of Ja...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 31 July 1884

LOCAL NEWS. M ARHIED In aidlrin, on .lyt 1884, b y".M.Ju lnt . 84 tichle a( tMi peace, Jrli1 Sdiclilrr w Msis+ Mario .posharsky. New cabbage is market. .The old Meginnia niJU lies in picees on the hill. Bailey should get toane rsor--or sat feast an insurance policy. R. Pfaendtner eft (or Renton last Londay, on a business trip. The smelttr for the Maiden tteduc dion Co. is on routefrom {Chicago. J. K. Norris, of Judith, has rectived his commiprsiou as pustm*ater of that place. When on have business at White sulphur Springs, call at the"Saratoga," l)unhami, Maloney & .o., Proprietors. High Wellman has sold his interests in Maiden and taken his .depazture for Alaska. Griding for the new quarts mill of the Maginnia Mining. Co., is sting crowded. Maiden has been honored with scvy "eral distinguished visitors during thu tar past week. to The International Hotel opens to- ol, morrow tinder the proprietorship of -B. F. Craddock. m See our clubbing rates for 1884-5, in m first column, fi...

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. — 31 July 1884

SIEGE GUNS. Practieg by Cads at the West Point UMil tary Aesdemy. The artillery practice at West Point during the recent commencement exer cises not only attracted much notice but was clearly observed to be a drill in which the spirit of rivalry among the gray-cost gunners excelled that of any other practice. It was also a drill that old army officers delighted to look at, and no spectator was more interested than Glen. W. S. Rosecrans, the presi dent of the board of visitors. He ar rived early at each artillery drill and departed only when it was fully com pleted, and when the cadet gunuers showed their proftciency in marks manship by piercing the tar get, and p when they drove a projecte throuqh the bull's eye, "Old Bosey" enthusiastically clap ped his hands in approval of the shot. On the 3d Inst., the authorities of the post gave a special exhibition of the siege be. practice in honor of the board of isitors. The regular spring practice at the academy takes place in the month of...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 31 July 1884

Sow the PIkderiatn Agmes as, He remained in Chicago but a shore time, and journeyed to Dundee, in Kane county, about 38 miles northwest of Chicago, where he began business for himself. He prospered rapidly and his establishment increased to such a de gree that he resolved tc settle perma nently in the beautiful locality; but cir cumstances interfered and opened up to him the possibilities of a new career which by nature and inclination he was so well qualified to adorn. Mr. Pinker ton will be pleasantly remembered by many of the old residents of Dundee now living. While employed In his business as a cooper he had frequent oc casions to visit some of the islands of Fox river to procure material for his stock, and while on one of these he dis covered the euistenoe of agang of coun terfeiters, who made the Island their re treat and there established their head. quarters. Having a naturallovefor ad venture and being a stranger to fear he determined to investigate the entire op erations ...

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. — 31 July 1884

WOW I4A1k NEWS2 Butte is to have a nen* opera house. Dr. Wni. Turner, formerly of Benton. &ied recently in Illinois. Cole's colossal aggregation of ele phants, thieves and kangaroos will soon show up ip Butte again.---Chron icle. Con. Kohrs told a Miles City Jour nal reporter that he now has aboni 28,ooo head pf cattle on the Montana ranges. The Northern Pacific earnings in creased thiUty.five per cent. during the jast six months over the corresponding period of z883. Thos. A. Hendricks, the democratic ,candidate for vice president, is largely interested in the Hecla mines and smelters at Glendale. Grasshoppers in great numbers are reported between the Missouri and Diamond City. In places they have destroyed the the crops. The shall fruit crop of Montana this -season is very prolific. Every stream is lined with gooseberries, and every mountain sippe with strawberrics. The Miles City peopte are laying out a freight route to the Big Horn country and Buffalo, Wyoming. A telephone a...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 7 August 1884

Md and in sM.. 1 u voL~i. No.53. Maiden and Marinnis, M.T. ursdav. Aupr.7 PrTn tR4 MAIDEN, THTIINSDAY, Aug. 7, 18£4. Pt'BLIlIEI EVERY TJIWJtWDAY BY FELL & VOOXAN.. Entered at Maiden P. Q.a$s l Clau matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPION: mix months.... *a .. ....** ....«........... 12.00 Aone fea........ .-**, -.. .. ........ ......... 6 ADVERTISI)G RATESS: 1 inch, one lasertlep .«.".»"".... ...***-** _* 1.*00* o....... ............ ....... -.00 ! six . .............. .... ......s. 0 1 onePeat .............».. ........ . 0 Special ratew gsie on large space art Manding ,advertisementa. Local notihes 1i cents per line. Special advertisements payable strictly in ad -Vance CLUBBING RATES. The Weekly Pioneer Press, for 7 months and the MINERAL Ajsorus jor one year..................... 8 75 'The Chicago Mining Review and the MINERAL Aitoa for one year for.......................... ................ 4 50 Louisville Courier Journal, for live months and the MINERAL, A ROUvi, Lmne year, for............

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 7 August 1884

Whe Wiunsal .grg. FELL & VROOMAN. Publifhers. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA. A warfare between the New York Central and Hudson River, and the West Shore systems has reduced fares to $5 from New York to Buffalo with a prospect of going mill lower. These roads run paralel and for long distunces in sight of each ether-hence the riral ry that pleases the public which gets the beneit much more than it does the stocdkohldr. The people all over Europe are set tling down to the conviction that they are to have a visitatisn of cholera which will permit no place to escape, and are ptthg thdr houses in order for the seourge. The English have foadly hoped that their insular position would protest them from -n invasion of the plague, but this pleasing idea has been rudely dispelled by the earnest remind or of the leading physicians that any ship sailing into these harbors from a Kediterrasesa port may infect the whole island. The Detroit Free Press must have "stretched the long-bow" when it as sert ...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 7 August 1884

m m Wt$ e ¶b Mini3fevMltW~ h GgSd Army of ts blepW at tiUISPIb Wa a pumA at fair, - oi~ of Veterom from yhonfor lagep theaum liiht was theWC~ ý N dI * w~r it- la ith ems Bow - e.toma ttn bad. ba tadoum ,t hmpbtoM &Ma"m *0 fur dua+.p e lag beometUo.h IM .gtelap Se. ea eahd ofs asbe ibs rs swe flab Iv inhel ýgi vau etate whiob masi aam+erb f Sraah esa former oowraiem. As *oeat a a Iiw at Ther wre ~ý ýI t an 17EMat g&Z nMOrULr sands of by wh r to eater t" em Al ct eno da those wo had comse In, asasemts at rn mp hae 'o witnes the eemomlem The stand waa $1ed4 Wd the h care of theNlsfonal p D e ri Dep artm en t o - ° ar-ifl4i f f D.Wbi..not Cown mander Babb, Gam. Hubad and M Pile SThere was also upe the ste Gov. J. Baof Wiscosin, ad body - con meting of si one-armed and six one-legged veterans, ex-Gov. Luius fairchild, of Wiscon eta, Gen. Paul Vandevoort% poet commander, fonier nice Chmimmader Werner, of > lasuorl, Ge. Oh . Grovenor of Hoeno Gibsonof Ohio, amd ohereL dovssnor L...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 7 August 1884

So gin4 axe MAIDEN, THURSDAY, Aug. 7. 1884 PauiSaM avXapY TULaDAY BY PILL & VROOXAN., We are pleased to state to our many subscribers on Spring Creek and throughout the Judith Basin that on and after the xrth inst., the MINERAL Anaus will emaoh them the day after publiciot--Friday, thus enabling us it flz ish them with the latest news, as well as to devote a portion of our space to local happenings that will be news when received. V he round-up of horse thieves down op the Missouri, so far as we can get at the inside view and the bottwih facts of the business, is one of the best things that ever happened in the Ter sitory. Samaebbdy without either a civil or military commission is doing us the identical service for which the laws are intended but often prove inade quate. If it should cost the lives of a few !tore of men, to whom there is lit tle cbance of tieng of any account to themselves or thO world, to teach re pect for ia*ffal ownership of cattle and horses, it would be a p...

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. — 7 August 1884

maSmN LODGE, No.2* A. 0. U. W. MUTIS kVER FRIDAY OJBVrNNJ. A. T ND. O'BriM., I STAGE LINES. JUNCTION CITY BTAGE LINE. , Vats, Miner & C. rrlta L. P.,W~i~ains, Onperieaderw trom Maiden as eareapeadiag EO sOUTHIERN WfIAE LINE. Andeluodnfle and FL va1;aItohte Leave Narti3UdalS I a. atl Feet s a d &9 i 4n Conneets at Ubet BgeLLNGS BNSaON STAGE LfE. Waler Burke. anj't. T. C. Powewa Propr. I D. Connects at UTei far stge to taiden, Ft. tglanIs and MartliidM MARRIED-In Maiden, on Aughbt 3d, 1884, by A. M. Esler, Justice. of the Pece, Joseph Moran to liietandace Taylor. LOCAL NEWS. "Shorty" Mills is a "pa pa." Maiden will be a boomibg camp yet? The nights are a little mooney, now. Don't it ? C. H. Wolcott has decided to become a permanent resident of Billings. Democratic central committee meets in White Sulpher Springs, Saturday. Prairie Chickens will be outside the protection of the law next Thursday. Medicated Cubeb Cigarettes, at Star Drug Store. Wm. Culver, our old time photogra ...

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. — 7 August 1884

GEIMAL w0vrrs nwnICT. A aemabi.e Pssenibtle s I. the mv nII Wea! op@mes-"*youa Dest D Weats You Win as esstea is a hassu eemerSi A Utea"-A lsseise nsUtsary sens* es Is One of themost valubleoontrilutions to the July number of the Magazine of American History is that by General Stone, in which he relates, with circum stances and detail, General Scott's pro phecy of the battle of Bull Run. He writes: The "On to Richmond" party had its powerful supporters in the capital of the country, m the Senate and even in the Presidest's 9sbidnt While it was well us there that the Presi dent sad Nt. Sb6ard were disposed to aet coolly and in conformity with the ideas of the responsible military chiefs is reference to military movements, it was also understood that Mr. Chase was a strong advocate for "Immediate advMy. " t Seoo, the Gen eral-in-Chief of the Army,while desiring ptrsteIt an igd ous "sation as soon as time as the National forces should be so reasonably organisedas to make speces at the ...

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. — 7 August 1884

Air >AOO'S DOWNIAZLL Zew a lat. Vrebstmo53 3eauw west tresse aa to wese. New York LFeer to the New Orleas' Times Domecrat If you recall him at all, it is as a splendid specimen of young manhood. He was only fairly expert in acting but was so remarkably pleasant to look at1 that au ienees liked him. I had a slight acquaintance with him in those days. He was an educated fellow, refined in his tastes sad inclined towards literary pursuits. He thought that he had nat ural talent in the direction of Action, and was at one time at work on a novel, as to which I have no more distinct idea than that it was neither good enough or bad enough to make a lasting impres nion. I do not suppose it was ever published, though it may have found aHe wain ephemerala pages. He wlas e o tinguished regard by the girls of blithesome Immaturity wherever he appeared. His daily mail was chiefly composed of sentimental missives. He was an actual Grosvenor, on wham the adulation of love-sick maidens palled. T...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 7 August 1884

Sprin:g Ov ck Itome. [From our Specist Correspondent. REZEDS1orr, Aug. 3d, 1884. The heaviest rainstorm of the season' last Friday. Max Waterman ws.t n town on bt - ness last week. Considerable grain was laid down by the late storzn. Spring (reek sports were treated to a horse face on Sunday last. Tbe office and bar-room of the Lew istinp Hotel, is being finished. jawistown's new blacksmith sho,; Anderson Bros., proprietors, is in full blast and doing a good business. Mr. Ed. Morrisop, of Philbrook, cheered us with his enlivening presence during the gloomy weather of Thursday and Friday, Mr. & Mtg. Athey and family of Ft. Maginnhs spent a few days at the Day liopae, last week, rusticating, cytching and mating trout. A. E. Pound, "Two Dot" Willson and Henry Landes of Martinedale, were in Sown last week on business oonneoted with the Martinsdale and Maginnis stage Co. F. Tullock has commenced butcher jng some fine fat steers, and the car. piverous bipeds who have of late houled so...

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. — 14 August 1884

AIDEN, THURSDAY, Aug. 14, 1884. PUBlasilJ D EVERY THURSDAY BY ELL & VROOMAN. Entered at Maiden P.O0. as Second Class matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPION: Six months............... » $2..00 lae Year.......*..*... . .......... ADVERTISING RATES: in , one lsert.monk... ................. .. ........ 1.00 ai ... .................. ............100 one ye . ........................00 Special ates gives on large space and standing yvertisemlpts. Local notices 15.oents per lice. Special advertisements payable strictly in ad ance CLUBBING RATES. The Weekly Pioneer Preps, or 7 months and the MINERAL Aiwui or one year...................8 75 The Chicago Mining Review tnd the MINERAL Anouu for one year or............ ...........$4 50 Louisville Courier Journal, for live months and the MINERAL ARGUS, ne year, for...... ..........$i3 75 Professional Cards. W.T McFARLAND, U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR ! MAIDEN, - MONTANA. -Will attend to all matter' connected with the Land Oece.cr the Public surveys. N...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 14 August 1884

She giwne a rgus. FELL & VROOMAN. Publishes. MAIDEN, MONTANA. Dio Lewis reaches the conclusion that consumption is found in every cli mate. Inhabitants of the frozen region, and those who live under the equator, die of consumption. As to the United States, there is no doubt that New England has the largest ratio of mor tality from consumption. But the dif ference is slight, and is probably ac counted for by her immense cotton, woolen, and other great factories, and her very close houses, and by the hered itary tendency in families. The wholesale destruction of forests along the Ohio Valley, within the past ten years, may have had something to do with the alarming drought that is said to prevail within a radius of 150 miles from Cincinnati. The grain fields and pastures are parched. There are signs of an almost complete failure in the crops of the Kentucky tobacco fields; ani the corn of southern Ohio, Indiana and northern Kentucky is sad ly inferior to that of previous years. Th...

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. — 14 August 1884

gev. aLuwar AMs Who Demoeatio Committee 3e.Mee the New orks governor of Ma Nomiatmon flr the lresdeim . A committee of the Demoorai NatMonal Con vention, consisting of 0n0 pen from each state and territory, headed by CoL W. V. Vilas, of Wisconsin, waited upon Gov. Cleveland at Albany on Tuesday, sadofficallyinformedhim of his nomlnaion for president: Gov. eevlsad, who had stood maiawhile a5 intetWile' ele as follow.: Mr. cbhairma Gaentlemen of the Commit. tee: Yeur formal sannoiscment does not of course conver to fr the 1tret iatormatIon of te result of the convention lately hld by the Democracy of the naso.; and yet, when as I listn to yourmeIssge, Imw aboutmwe reesent tatlvee from all part of the land of tljejreat party which, claiming to be the party the ele, asks them to entrust to it the admin t of their and when I con. sidr un~r nnce he ternreality~s which the pst surroun dnsgcte t I have been oben to represent the planse heand the apol of the Democratic our e sor proto ud iaa...

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. — 14 August 1884

,MAIDEN, THURSDAY, Aug. 14, 1884 PrBLISflSD EVERY THURSDAY BY PELL & VR9QxAN.: Sam McMasters, of tie Black Hills. is a promising candidate for the Dakota deligateship. Ben. BEatler is to deliver the address at t'e t4inneapolis fair, which will be held t* first week in September. Widow pButler, the cock-eyed godess of destny and the diamond-stud, but tonhole bouquet, yacht-sailing cham ,ion of the "laboring man," has at last broken the suspense of silence ant entered the race for the presidency. A granite block three pl one-half feet long by two feet square, has been shipped from Heleia to Washington, as Montana's contribution to the George Vishington zinument, at Wa ingtdit. It was taken from quar nies in the Ten Mile district. This monument will be completed and dedicated on the 22d of Februaray neict-Washi ton's birthday. 4-11-44. p tnother column will be seen a warning notice with the above caption, i Fhat comes to us through the mails, the publication of which is requested b...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
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