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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 13 September 1883

Mdad in Tr a t 183Pe. ~6. Maiden and Xagmmns, Thursday, September 13, 1883. Price 10 Cents TMUUR DAY, Nept. 13, 1s8& op vm THYURMa.4Y BY & VROOMAN. iljja. P. 0. as semse cassatter. ueeteseonal Cards. M. TRUI)EI,1.. Attorney at Law, ieppondte 'Mineral Argu (tticive 1 Blanks and UnAmvaysnne attend"Ibd to on Short Notice. lIN T. ATHLVY, Notary Public, (OFFICE WI"TH )AT)WATLR. MCNAAMARA C: .. POUlT M.(( INXI", 11.'T. C. I)W INELI.E. Notary Public, FFICE AT RUSTLE. M. T. I tlaunks Iiand (IM vajInt. Iilied and attended t't in it N tteti.. \f . ESLF R.E Notary Public. (c t' altynn g L t . rI hl " .' all tilled Inot " d t knowl dge.I rtI LT Mr\iAna. MINI. ~llt, M1ll.1 T n Tt M \. II. t. I. 4 I I L£ t. WATE'RMA1N Mel \TlkIE. TORNEYS AT LAW vr. I I'JN\ I. 'r. 1 d to' l! Is in' i t 41 t Maiden Drug Store. DR. .I. ut. HAWN, - 1'Pormrr'nc DEALER IN DRUC8, CHEMICALS, P.ATI:NT ME:IICINEd, dF A.1. KIN4n. Fine Toilet .41xpl, Fancy Hair arn '1(o4th Brushes Perfumery, &e. &l. FINE IN.4...

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. — 13 September 1883

MAIDEN, . - MONTANA. Newt is argued that it was neither cold weather nor dull times that do g-d the summer reort bainea a streak of American common Mas which amerted that summering away hombome is attended with a deal of dis enmiort and expense without compeuea tag advantageg, epecially at fasbion able resorts, and that the practice ia destined to fall into disrepute. The to are a wea n in their strike and moat of them returned to work at former wagee-and now the telegraph company wants to ell out all their lines to the government at fgorea that will cover all their watered stock and bonds. It will be well to watch the work of public men upon this ques tion. There is room for vast corrupt ion. Illinois a practicng hve ofor hame time been very harmlems, but Illinois comes to the front with an "affair of honor" in which both parties were almost inastant ly killed, The "eucker" boys from the fireS meant beadness which ia not usual hrther south. Still it is bad business, and ehould not ...

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. — 13 September 1883

d *MM ...-.. * a Mawir e -s boe I amle a te heint. Amle p ole d»aea Albe dar ll. "al to 60** e Mm. was da ý+1j seehto 0e "her " b A-she' eathep ]elk toi .].swat Med to rea mat lofly 1Me. ..we e oam eemoer deput. e. arowveuoetleft Ib bay se-w dl..dl"'..:'3.'Lsg5 Ther e awsfeilytothbW. as - veail .eteat hem. 1e t yeseltolein.he s yieety *a abs Jam; It so ldosop .m wegal noe" bu. ohe ventote W Mt. eat .oers loeere w secenin hes: tI ad ase mase 60 tey M of bhmM who awemtae thouht that Ianm , have toM noat of Iow.if VI bmpaiethtogabWe 6eo my wfem. she leal ****. hrstd~eW.I to e Ponym- bet d th ea evs our eeatls ham swath at ]seat Taomepeh beet .hd ldlt of wem to do sad bhe, with -sl lIe I hetew ma fet a. he weve aosroem I may seem." meg.e 1ese e asve tought you e/WGlrdwoea witha I have always felt that oeo were husband to the wedld-too good odmet envy the m appe of newly bhidl hes bm, w eh u reveled is eemurlam. The froety air y .. Jm; the aire hadasae than veers] GM. she weast the a of ...

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. — 13 September 1883

WAIg, TMU DAY, Sept. 13, 1858 MUUOtst By= Tt3UmsAY MY FELL A VROOMAN. TERMS O SUBUSCRIPION: ADVKrrISING RATES: - nh -m 5Iinsa.. 111555665- - L 1 " sa d.. Im mia..-. . . . . ap n a . le s.. ý. e... g ....p c _......18 0 o um tm et nlo w~ee ass t~a Imel tishsbJOw Ngsws d A mud 3.msi dw WLesn.m .. _... -r n 5m NsEt Aflt. ltieheb ... ...........55pt. N Sebom S.it Ode udl u. Whit Stnpd ther Stes y ~ p bWhite esps ai Fair at Deg Moines, Iowa.-Es. Whether he will be entered in the And now the Benton Record and Billings Herald are wasting printers' ink trying to prove each other "n. g." It may be they are both working the same lead and trying to head each other oE The MinneapolisTribune commences its description o the Nothern Pacific celebration as follows: "There have been many processions in this world. The frst of which there is any authentic record was the zoolog ical procession into the ark. The last wi the magnifcent pageant in Min neapolis yest'day." The trilur.. on the part of the s...

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. — 13 September 1883

* IiUiU.Us, aR s . a a eials 3vNSiT nWlIv AY SvEIso. ta Uensessuasee. M. W_ A .. weins.', E. STN[ wils. acv ass as5 ers saes ups, ti sw a ! 2j; ssr. w uat Wn.. OAL N EWS., M. W. r. ess smeswpsIim A -thil Soejaem alt's fotpesents3 L nEim poinsem ta ppeamnseP. D. , . Holwy evesC..i uo oao,. K e n . !.wens. ar MerAfe m 111l from" Ith e bnorth and LOCALNEWS. bl Dwner ie wean a dude hat. fe exeuseallaki's front prasents an in.h peuleg appearance. Mi D. H. Holloway leaves for Lebanon, K ind., in a few days. ar Hereafter mail from the north and 6c west will peas through here en routend th Ft. M[aginnis. Dilly J. bao changed his racket. Here- he uito.' he will be found at hi old stand are to execute all kinds of "aplain sewing." th Jim Washmurn says he can cut more co ste than anybody; last winter oe said ar be could mow more hay than anybody. en J. L. Thornton'n plce of business at Andeustsionlo is closed for a couple of weeks, as he has been called to attend oieurt. u r W. C. Ponmfret, ag...

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. — 13 September 1883

wino h ýe*m MM - VA I as - sea Whem *s he I iee immths d heM ems Ulshed ap is *ele hile U.Ssq V fled o wS Me m o mimlt ,db l is The hosmes me the, dep so e the meselm swif LAM b~el pr" Mmde~n M'% e slew A ý bum .5m.. ehdei- h. glas inmile Ihthe.S 1 . mVU5 traam bops, Uhe a bubwe ed tl.i Ma o is" WemS m f.Irsetlig '1UNW1'i rOI.Ihl.' eyed ' sw te ? m a i. w h ob e i'r sln ti t Ui e 4 heppY. ' end s! w ee rs w m u mu ugb sd i ýoeder" oee. Ia u lbs led I mim. b s imm Mgheli" Owl Uesaun. tIo had MSb hemS.W l SAJ hews. Whi shoahld I object he 0he l test hmow W em oMae ues '00=0 ju..otils JojSr `DsOW. id se JA"Oe mmm's tao turn them soSt eftes a thee. ywear, sad Vtso . beltsa inten my deat.' aid Ma Iwm. I emr u.S qausisels t bia mus. `sho, iij et l s hen hbhem io solo labor Mr,. Fmer teamed 1aunk. sad 1555.4 hem .5.m501 bwes .t hew la. t'esiieud psiehi bamdbershwte em If nueeebha whethe, law of two weamh iso Ma appvsswlei. ohlrd. malso .5. l -sis w~me ._ý- -. r. Sl mammiws bawaiC euyeine. ...

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. — 13 September 1883

c 611b DegenrantOl Op.. 61 SwamtI Ounat, PrmstdenI L,Ai61 Mwmiau, and l md LIM' ded eamr -us ns kma...t Milved St -a q61aI kmbud to wlwa.U of dbma usInid a." gin Ito, wU*h bd hm p.sr se. ata. WW& -... tit -tnm dssa~ms -m a Newltwl~aw.I,, wea rnum pat bs emn bm -oo 'as of slew sad bmwr bn w ema nea wi.bwtsu.d bsadin. Uyeeir Adg~ ,gehn..dr nteet totsjo !sam. bdsha- ir ,r ts ien 'pl ad b. npwudntl o1 te. awi.by mum .1 tw~okmuhmYI. ukmt wa tact a dukmem~ wan be ptds to be .,eiued, and too haui waw b.to pnhbetr en all ors d tr 3ksarv, wma ad bem ptai~en of decemntie umintol m~d. Ftbd s robably every bassmnem. t~t'waASto udiedwithbln mite ci Idigainwa em the so:aint npanama of en udnipnl NbM . nm puthway whhln a dos !watt 61 esteem Third abest. ..puim31, blos. of barrownen mend w eit e1 hm kOdd dis Mawmd to dbisk viny top, moedM t ebdwith -i babe mint.: mml .1 Mli In. wo emb~lf guiber side, anaomr armtestetsod M eut oat en i7. The whetele dl. OWe wbhib em Third. Ubiq. oameh, 113km Wes...

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. — 13 September 1883

IruT maul'ý ITEM. igh iUcut. Kligabury'i fanmily left for Milwaukee last wtuk, t*Hi Lieut. al4'1i1 1k panying thetm to Junction I City. kaot It is rumtored that two clllilljiie Ill tilt infantry frnsn Ft. KeoIh, Milajir S. Mn- Ilti der in cormnmand, will arrive at Magi in li, nia within threc weik. to d Broadwater, ctNaara4-l & 1'n. rnc-i\ tin t ad a large ibsviee if freight Init wit-k nd .-'I,tNiit, suKsli-ihilld fri isis 4 li-agu gui via Juntiontiiw Pity. whi Jap. II. Wlff, the riitling lriiritir at the 1'ttt 11i1e1, ha4. menot' into hik new quarteri, alii sow liest aine of thli sav-atert hotels in tmews parts. I apt. ltiithaway silwiti to start tait the last of this n with. It is ruouiiriil that he intendsl' to hswate inl 1tismtrck. Litu-. thu. It. ilintin will fill tht ji sititn of qiuartsrini.tir. n Lieut. Mteele, Isth liifuitr, thil' s-rack siirsksnani of titi- pint., liha bli fs,. wnlirt'ti to Flirt Sneth1ing 140 cohpctt furl al is plac ont hth de paruntndin t A i n hued ...

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. — 20 September 1883

JRiberal 3rgas. man., and haisevianber 20, 1883. ce 10 Cents T L .. w Io MEWS IN SINEF. yºY; . Ita DN R. OWM ANR. D1 al girds. t. TRUDELL, P.r. oarney at Law, opp6s lk Wineral 'Atgu (Mtice saaks and Conva ances attended to on dhort Itotiee. N T. ATHEY, - LI Netary Public, wrra n T To ADWATRDR, MCNAMARA & CO., (FORT UAGINKISN, M. T. I'. )WINELLE. Notary Public, VICE AT RUSTLE, M. T. Blanka and l onvayances tilled md attended to in Short Notice. l. ESI.ER, Notary Public. weyaneing. Legal blanks of ill tilled out and amknowledged. IS AT MONTAlNA ita. MAIESN. K.T. El WATKXMA\. II. O. M4Ii IlTIRE. ATERMAN & McINTIRE, TORNEYS AT LAW FT. BENTON, M. T. ittend to all lusiner.a intrusted to rare trout Maiden inid vicinity. mniton A Wetherall, lIKAER I~r N des, Liquors & Cigars, MEAD OF MAIN XTREFT. FI AIDEN, MONT. ty Bakery. VINCENT (;IES, Prop'r. Bread, Pies, &o. EVERY DAY. t thir Went of Argius Ottice MAIDES. M. T y Jenkins, BARBER! HAIR t'lTFTI'u. ltHAtMPNºiIt, IIAIu I)ru.i...

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. — 20 September 1883

SUM ! VMOOKMANt ?alhm. I MAIDEW, - - MONTANA. ' PredeMet Jarvo Gres*,of the West era Telegaph eompamy, In his exmiu - atio. bkes. the aeant. commitee at New Tork, Omd that experienae has sbows that it would e a very dauguus. ezperlmeat Inthis country to give to say party ia power the control of he telegraph as a goveen manel "Iastlitetiom." Is England is to so log dose partian strife has 811e10d I the great mom of governmeat flm I that the dlatlon is eatirely I trem that here. Those suaestioas are important. Under our present tax my- I tm of divl service, the places ailesy b more thea 10,010 operators, to my noth lag of clerka and manapers, would be I thrown Into a politieal Seld to be Sought by political partimas, and, however I amaen and desirable the postal telegraph may be, the amai objections would equally apply. The eastern papers have had a lack of live topies for some time, owlng to dog day lasitude, but now they are all alive to the dismcuson of a propositioa to abolish 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. — 20 September 1883

$ ebme Se a- b lo ne rage baf e -m MaB dwdm gib soas sem a -ea semes7,-a btse tuIneay ar a eeat * U em.mli as l endeAr IN ami amw mmaeh il -et a estee 7di heanierg 0mpeq behma $1Mis iMt S Fhsm aie s., M Ws g at Pnton te a aw ibanegeehomine ays: "Ide't. **re gr w I.,ae Iie.gug I eeved es hse hat aee em t eibg baes Iseunh DektN he low. T e Mae will be". ha Osrnlrell., Neterq. Par (lean, YUeeOauth- -w me W /ebst w agmt tea atthe w esih p low OM s th ysme Idia, swt an apgel s as setmy at ohe Ina as s ew alk1. NAgrnkasnHe ah.laysh" dn' Iad d t ern the iembele eoue Weran Delerthem Featss. o mepplgt to mld. it WNNEDRA 1 NRWFR NOT'Z wu A girl Tamed Willihnt. aboet aeveatern a Pad who bee bee. deenly werkiag aWaterwille mesaeseeopilelt that while wiinm Lake Ysi with ear hdber, whoidrowss o her If ehe is- j esh haier to noeld her ip the him h would muader her. A tweanedwoed band bhe sealS bee she Ng ` swas esdelems the whole at P5 and we he knowe n ithbng about Itt a. ih 1me little talk of ly...

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. — 20 September 1883

ýhip. at agal FELL i VROOIMAU TERMS OF $UBSCRIPION: Six 7Neth. ............. 1LO0 0He Yewr...............................Y.................... si0 ADVERTISING RATES: I I* k. e. Ilaertion. ....... . ........... . 1.00 I " . m oth ............... ............ Li0 1 ala ..... .. ....... . I 5. . " one year ............... ......... 24.00 Pplcial rates gien on large spur, and sanding atdverti"sMents. Ial .site 15 tents per lime. Umuers of Meuh r c" mn. . . i.....s, .. ........... Judge J. F XcCtiutosk ..... u. .. r L "ett . .. lerk and Recorder d.md L as . .ra ... T iheriot ]ta Lie 1gebm ........ .....T s.ums t. o . ad L A Kew.* tUnder $bref. s biten dtpber Spring. Ist taa D. Meputchf een ........... a copy of Her lw o. the S. ....... .h.esi .n .. ta er Toti hsd.t ieOy Sheril. Whites b toifper onettn is" .K ebl ........... . _...... .... .Sim.L'd.,. mintr11 'ouaaaomiano.. n W. (ladk. Chairma. rbite Sumlperi Spinh disas.and. (`neRusi Fery...... auore fears Mtt an Red W. ...........a m......

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. — 20 September 1883

Yimn AMesses wares ame. ts C asLem rmse N ( onicMm L40 LOCAL NEWs. . k tickemns are nunwirot Me' trow creek. i usla Onutenwood and Di adsaku is eompleted. la* sesortiment of wet good s a s wae received by Lf Beinge 'idly. in Goodrich has mold is ranch ad ag the Bra..y ranch, to Bun k, fur stUU. tinerd, Gardner & Co. received u conauinnent of sash, doors, tin. sue hardware yesterday. s Bolton Itouthern stage line ham to the front with four horse es. This looks like business. shy & Barnod'a nill, on Denver , one mile fromn BrMsy lxPitoffice, r supplied with a fine pilner. m. Granville Stuart and daughter led last Saturday froum their visit lens and the driving of the golden le' & O'Brien's popular restur. though slightly disfigured a few ine', i,+ agnini in goal trim ,ith, etc" on deck. etl.irte in behalf of a daily m,,ail ain fully ipprevriti., 4a1141 we 1wI ned that a petition is n. w in iti.n to that 1nu. Peck, of Beaver Creek, called saturday lIst, :1ndl left in our!t ...

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. — 20 September 1883

wDe aptdep a at laws r ts~ w s "«.r thg t.~.ý pthmb Ms y -Vi pouaed he ery asto say- N eat, however 'ghtest the banaaiWY ,5 resay wasm. th The ume fateerA~ pumaUSM' 418110 landed at CWe Garden for ingest w te th 15,211; her the mme moa tm year, 5,36; for the saves months of the Pre- sand Nest year 8,948,4 for the smie tims std b bet year, 56,516a decremss of IS,&i73. an he There ws a heavy frost In many parts mase of New Englad on the 3d Ian., den and n ee rbSdeamIsgt smie loemwleA a. y Is thee localitles the droeth be. bean ehe A quitse se.rs sad with the late drouth the a and the early frost the agrlcltttl ouat- sad k look is not over obeerflzl. The spectacls of the president of the b a United States walking about the halls love and plasse of Hotel lafayette, at lake hat Mlunetoaka, ad hearily greetins from friends and ecquilatences, and cordially Yor shaking hands with all those presented plied to him-wee astonshlaing to Villard's for' part. elge gunets. Delere in the old cou...

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. — 20 September 1883

- $ eemens ar w ýt a w es es she parte n bneesthe S wernet l teamulen ms s we =omes Ms aheM T? 81N .a ewmak N wa btem rn eseas th b em e ashed. end the e heeMd mser aMs sed ,r btKdi~tZ r empledest of ea Whg estbe semnsepshe lbsobs hW - earek auss pepulr with ass awpefr ss te, Overheads Is ý e wavsnese aentd do em.bas 0"hmeunt elm seeks evr w onesl twlaee. Susi a tehs mainta . while She,. of the train was tases over the w~eb Intendoms to read abter the e: "baed on"~L the aot isse o oIue the ear e?ý a O beak s..abo:'and began M them bas. excted meaner native tnu.Poeo washed out o e te uphill rt sad sm rounding a 'me, not th- a hnadrrd yards up the a uaatrain coming down wse Mmmit t waqs ýcomp'iaed of.a ýr=peadd with ait. Sof the caoeose, and to bhe by the runeas ?al could have rqatti a fthe asof mira ls s tood ast of ha m the road, Into mhe pore be iew1 thebape kobbdscram .swn the bak, iped It at the .. The ua oess, mow fe of started down the mountain. doe so quickly that theras iaral...

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. — 20 September 1883

Helena yearns fr a decent hoteL New oats bring $s.50 per bashel in it, Benton. in me] The Daily Yellowstone journal is under again before h people. of The Yellowstone beef round up be- road gan Monday of last week. Can. Sullivan, a miner who was in- at jured while working in the Belle mine, proje recently, died at Butte on Friday. work The First National Bank of White moul Sulphur Springs will be ready to corn- will I mence business about the fist of Nov- trip, ember. two i Last week Butte shipped 82 cars of ore weighing 1,321,690 pounds, and 36 cars of matte weighing 484,970 o , pounds. rifle Jack Killaly,better known as Captain Loui Jack, died suddenly on the night of Hi August 26, at Hughesville, in Barker he district ho p Benton had a shooting scrape re- Fr cently, in which one Vizenir received of E dangerous wounds. The weapons used ell 01 were target guns. ipl t Portlad, Oregon, will give a 20,000 rec reception to Henry Villard and his Sulli guests upon their arrival there aft...

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. — 27 September 1883

. 8. ---Maiden adia nin , Thursday, September 27, 1883. Prioe 10 Cents UflWA jept. 27, 1$ 1 litc U £V*OOMAN. ON pus~sIloal Cards. r Attorney at 'Law, re opposite Mikneral Argw. Office. M Blanks and (Convayantcs atIAluICd to on i~4b.'tt Notice. fIN '1. ATHEY, LII Notary Public, W-ItiAT£R CAA T ?4AOINNII'. M T. Notary Public, O)FFICE AT RUSTLE, MI. 1. pl Blansgk and (ottaav.'t:('iIIc~ iII.' a: and attendni to in. 'hart N111f. G.t..,.II Attoruey - at-Law Notary Public. '"i° " jnOviyancIing. l.ig~t ii Idik'. oif I'll C nIt, AL T N0.1TA1A MI"', '1 A~l, . \I1 - L as W T~k AN l a Mr I III.". NA I'I t"'I . , 1WlATEkMAf & P lNTi. 1TORNEY8 AT LAW .11 attenI to all bu ines in : u" t , u*tar Mfrozz " %4 o .I .u :, Hamilton & Witherall, - I 4 LLiI' I1 rmes, Liquors & Cigars, H41) OF 1.1IX -rtlll 1i. MAIDEN. ION i City Bakery. IN7\lENT t:IFfS. Prop' r Fresh Bred, Pies, &c. Next Hoaer 11e "t a Arrn alk ikAll.TI I-N.T Billy Jenkins, BARBERI Ill; 1", 1:\,. II ihl t 11' U 1.1.ne him~ ...

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. — 27 September 1883

Phit gitral gqu. P FELL A VROOMAX. PublisherS. TI MAIDEN, - * * MONTANA. w - der Fire is devastating farm lands in the km New England states, andaeriousdamage he is being entailed to crops and bulldings. Io The losses will foot up more than a mil- Mei lIes dollars. Many small farmers have Ica lost their sole possessions except the 1 blee *ned land itself. From L an Island, sad some portions of New Jer Ii -y come reports of ravages by forest em fles. The long continued dry spell is are the eaern states has left all material I l a very indfmable state. the Frsank James, surviving bt th r Jesse James, has been declared not ss guilty of murder by a jury at Galls in. is i Mo., after a formal trial lasting several Jul days. The verdict was received by demonesrations of joy by his crowd of U friends In attendance. It follows that to James enjoys greater prestige to-day sae tiaa If be had never murdered and des plundered his fellow beings. It most we be that the yellow covered literature ti...

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. — 27 September 1883

Sw repoaeat itestotshe ýý**pw. cloe " or wheat Is plra. h' ;an section, with the dtiffirece '?'t o eth top is mostly ont' off and 1 bay.and oaly the roots, with witshsanont be sewed, ture en. ponetabeet the rteetly out watr lam on waic o days to stt heeloysr s bthewedes a the us t without ray rain, the soil meW . It ma lhe that the re es of gJaee as them saudge from the vag the susmmr fol would not do eep f c . oats op r e we show iWser makes the best preparation for seat. a-er the second crop of hay I. The I richer It fer r so good a prenaration for wheat. r foliage plants with roots near the rfscs are of Mttles Yala. Mattag a Dow a eew Pigs. 1EN11@ In the Uesheaetman 4pye hibMa Chafer Whitesow Shout y so 4dopher ptit. Sellpt day be e it hts buaness b taep a close h of her. As soon ash. b tras pip she flew at it, and If It had not a for him and a club which he had, would have killed It Ineritutly, but got it away from her and as fast as came along she tried to kill them. managed to...

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. — 27 September 1883

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Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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