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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 14 August 1884

MAIDEN LODGE, N.. 13. A. 0. U. W. MEETS EVERY FRIDAY lVENJTU. A. M. TNoxMPUo,U. W. D. O'Bri n. k. STAGE LINES. JrNCrION CITY STAGE LINE. Vail, Miner it Co.. Proprietors, .L. P.* Wilhiatne, superintendent. Leaves iC. s ',nj w. &F. Arrives and departs freis Maiden on corresponding daya and hour. BENTON SOUTHERtN STAGE LINE. Andereonuille and FL NaInnba Route. Leave. Martinsasle 7 a. i., M. W.'& F. Arties at Fort Maglnnl* at 7 . B, .T . Connecta at Ltesa Torastage to IIIill., and mtson. BILLINGS dtZBEN'[ STAGE LINE. Walter Parke, aup't. "C. C. Powers. Pro'ii. j.ve.L 7 p. m., T. T. & (. ,Arrives at Buaton T. T. 1 0 t for stage i* Maiden, Ft, LOCAL NEWS. Miss FrankDay cof Reedafort, viwited Maiden, Tuesday. See Ben. Dexter's business card in another colwiin. See advertisement of Wm. .Culver, photographer, in another colump. Major Keeler, Capt. Miller apd Lieut. Hinton, violted Maiden, yesterday. See notice of assignment .of Frank a J. Gaugler, of Martinsdale, 1p anoothcr colu...

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. — 14 August 1884

THE FAR EAST. Uesae on the way Prom Zeak to Jernsa Jem-Whe Viats of sharoa-Zamleb mssteere spots-wto nolty oty-Poor An gdios--hse Moant of Olives-As Zater esating Uappositisn-she valley of *s hesaphat. The journey from Jaffa to Jerusalem, writes a correspondent of the New Haven Journal and Courier, has dis gustel many an ardent searoher of the word who came to Palestine to strength en his faith. Having arrived at a state of mind, by reason of my Oriental ex periences, whereby I was prepared for anything, and having been forewarned as to the disappointing nature of the country, I was able to endure with con siderable composure @e discomforts of the journey. At this time of the year most people make the trip of forty miles during the night; but I wanted to see the country, whatever the heat of the sun, and so went in the day. The trip has to be made in a rickety, un covered wagon, drawn by three horses harnessed abreast. Emerging from the orange and lemon groves of Jaffa we proceeded ...

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. — 14 August 1884

UZN NT BNZTZUX UPZCTA.CLB Which Umable 15 to see earselves as gom. Others soe Vs. Sir Lepel Griffin's book on "The Great Republic" is severely criticised by American papers. It is not flatter ing to our national pride to have our political life denounced by an English man. Here are a few extracts showing the style of his work: The most no ticeable defect of the towns is the infer ior character of the roadway. Paving in America seems an unknown art; the principles of Macadam have not crossed the ocean and the paving generally would be considered disgraceful in an English village. Washington is in this, as in almost every branch of civic ad ministration, the honorable exception, and the reason is found in the fact, which is as significant as any in Ameri can political life, that the District of Columbia, which is virtually no more than the city of Washington itself, is not delivered, like other American towns, to the tender mercies of an inef ficient and corrupt municipality. Republic...

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. — 14 August 1884

Base Ball. About two hundred people turned f out Sunday afternoon to witness the v ball game between the Maiden and Cottonwood nines. The visiting club 1 arrived at 12:80, took dinner, and after 9 a brief rest returned to the grounds of the home nine located just below Andersonville.. After alight delay game .was celled, with the Cottonwoods at the bet, the Maidenites having won the toss for position. The visitors were retired with one x n to their- credit ý on the first inning, Culbertson striking ast, three men by his effective pitching. The Maidenites returned to the field .after making three runs-Dean, Cul bertson a'a4 Holly, getting over the home plate. In the second inning the *the Cottonwoods added two to their soore-Jones and Smith scoring. The sectnd inning for the gray c..ps was very productive of runs, eight having been made before they yielded up the "willow." From this on the home maintained a substantial leed until the close of game, as tIre score by innings gilld poO....

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. — 21 August 1884

f a t // -J VoLIL o. iden and aginnis, . T.y Aug. 2, - 88t MAIDEN, THTURSDAY, Aug. 21, 188g. PUBLISIuD EVERY THURBDAY ,BY `BLELL & VROOMAN. E~nred at id P. as . sldl. Qlur . TERMS OF SUBCRIPON: six maeatl...... ...... -... ..*-.-..,,,,-** 0- - One Year...,-...- .. .. . *-· * ..-I..... ae* ADVERTISING BATES: 1 inch, one is ttese - ·,.....»-· -....-- ... 3200 1 * sit - .".......................... »........15. 00 1 ear ...... ........... ........ ....r.·a Special rate given o large space sad tanding adsgertisets. Local notieee 15,ceuattr Ine. Special adertisameait payable strietly in ad va nce CLUrBING RATES. The Weekly Pioneer Press, for 7 months and the MINERAL AR~Ms for one year.......................8.......88 75 T'he Chltono MTning Review .ntud the MbINEiAL Aaous for one year or.............. ..... . .................. $4 50 LouiatillO oourier Journal, for five months and the MINALr. ARous, .one year, for...........................$8 75 Profesional Omrds. W. T. McFARLAND, U....

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. — 21 August 1884

PELL & VBOOXAN. Publshers. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA. Dr. Koch, the celebrated specialist, who was sent to France by the German Board of Health, to study the cholera epidemic, believes that cholers will go everywhere in the course of few years. During the month of T,-ly the nation al debt was reduced nearly $4,000,000, which decrease, in tiew of the heavy disbursements made for pensions and interest, is quite as large as was expect ed generally. A few persons expected the extinguishment would reach $5, 000,000, the sum fixed upon in the esti mates, but the warrants for pensions aggregated $10,000,000 and so absorbed some of the surplus intended for debt reduction. A reoently enacted law forbids the grs.itous publieation of statistics col leoted by the Government, and the cab alistic fgures of imports, exports and immigration which until lately flowed in recurring streams from Washington will be seen no more for aseason.-The great masse of figures gathered and published by the govern...

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. — 21 August 1884

Postmaster Robertson of Troy and Collector Robertson of New York re ':gned from the Republican state execun tive committee so as not to engage in raising money for poltial p'poses, the civil law forbidding federal a ls to engage in that work. I think there is a greater motive on the part of the Republican party to carry oat the principles of caril-service reform than on the part of the Demo. nr party, .because the Republicans re already in. While I believe Cleveland to be politically honest, his election would be putting the Gov ernment not in the hands of a man, but in the hands of a party which, as Curtis says, is "hungry and thirsty." Ithink it would be unfortunate for the condi tion of the country to have sch a whole sale change.-Professor William C. Morey, Roohester University. Hooker of Vermont, secretary of the national committee, said to a corres pondent: "Everything is all one way in VermOnt, and we shall have a very easy time in that state. Blaine always was the favorite t...

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. — 21 August 1884

MAIDEN, THURSDAY. Aug. 21, 1ý-1 '- iBLl'HEL) F.VTFY THILSD.\Y BY FELL & VROOMAN. The Greely survivori are charged with cannibalism. An investigation will doubtless prove the horrible tru th. The citizen: and miners of this town and district should make a general move tow.ard securing the reduction of this reservation as petitioned for. The bill providing for the Cisposal or :eduction of military reserves passed 'ongress, has been signed by the Pres ,ident and is now a law empowering the Secretary of the Interior, with the approval of the President, to act. In our case the position is thoroughly understood by the present administra tion, and if their attention is drawn to the matter now much time and trouble will be saved. Ho i. Martin Maginnis has been supplied wil' maps and plats approved by two of the post com manders, the President and Secretary of War have pledged their assistance and approval, thus it would seem that by calling their attention to it the mat er would be spee...

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. — 21 August 1884

LOCAL NEWiS. Ilon. Granville Stuart b vi 'tj . len to-day. Francis Mil!s moved i fa,ily in town Tuesday. Joe. Herring haas our thnnks for a brace if chickens. The photogrAtpL gallery is nearly ready for business. Song of the cunieum Icr--('ram ping on the old cramp grottal. l)r. Stone, mother and aunt, arrived at Magintis, Wednesday mlorning. W. H. Watson and J. LHolzmer, of Reedsfort, were in Maiden, Wednesday. Those two iaimals of -the genus onem phitis Americtna, are itill on deck. Don't agitate them. H. W. Higley shut 22 prairie chickens yesterday and everyone in town has kindly turned in to helpi eat them. Dr. Wyelhb and Lciut. Garvey of Ma ginniw, wiere inl Maiden Wcdncesday and made the A t'rs a pleasant call. .1. F. McClintock, county treasurer, of Meagher C.., and Sam. Snyder, of White's Gulch, in Diamond range, are visitinlg Maiden and Matginnis to-day. A report was current last evening that Geo. Settler had been shot. Inves tigation hlads to the conlncions Lhat George's...

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. — 21 August 1884

I TUIgM TO LOAD AGEITS, efat or ang". -:at, r s e "Uhofts riesseege'-aZnetent ales career. Alta Clitforrian. SIaD-In Auburn, CaL, June 27. 183, of consumption, Eugene Blair, a native of Augusts, M., aged 36 years and 8 months. Mr. Blair was rfd many years in the service of Wells, Fargo & Co. as "shot gun messenger" on stage routes, and was well known throughout Nebraska, Utah and Montana. He was held in the highest esteem by the officers of the express company for his fidelity and bravery, which were often put to severe tests. Fora year past he has been ill with the consumption, a disease which fnally carried him of, and during that time the express company and its em ployes were unremitting in their care of and attention to him. The follow lag account of two encounters with highwaymn will be of interest to the reader and the express fraternity About 9 o'clock p. m., February 27, 1877, the stag from Hamilton to Ward, in hite Pinooty, Nevada, had reached a point about two miles o...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 21 August 1884

A Watohaas'ua IUmase . "It's curious," said the watchman at the Beynoldsvillh end of the railroad bridge to MoKeseqort News reporter the other evening, "it's curious to watch the actions of people when they get caught on the bridge. The men gen erally keep pretty cool and just step on one of the piers, where there is plenty of room; or, if the tran is pretty olose, they stand on that iron girder that runs just outside the ties. But some men get so scared that they seem to lose their head and don't know what to do, and will ran ahead of the engine nearly the whole length of the brMge-whicb they can do very easily athe trains ran very slowly over the bridge-but they'd run as if every minute would be their last and they'd sit down here, all out of breath, and say, "Great Heavensl that was pretty close, wasnt it?' Now, if they kept their wits about them and got on one of the piers, they might have saved themselves the run. And the women! They drive me nearly wild every evening. Some wom...

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. — 21 August 1884

MONTAUA NEWS. The Livingston Tribune has seduced to a folio. Lost, strayed or stolen, the BiRings' A democratic paper is to be started in Mila City at an early date. It is probable that the Repulican Terriaal coveuntion will meet on the 27th Stimbear. e No hern Pacifc oxprem_ m r din ed, u during July, 614 8 0-0o .,00 pltoo.to ih from The Northern Paclc ,earnnd $z, p6,ssS lat moath, an incre of $17 2.a ower the nOmCpQduling One huucis andamaey two quarts - halve been locatpd  nd recorded in SeSr Bow county ). January rst to Augit ast, S 8. The Dno Wadias with their poniaes, affahicos s other paraphernalia, who rp de states with Hardwick~s show, hus pturned to their reserv. Coo Naupby the escaped horse thie, rwai agent and mail robber, has # aarpwUd eand an w acupu oee of the new steel ces in Lewis ad Otrk county jail. Last moptbs outpat " the Helena Miaig and Rpduction company, Drea LmsA Caegory and Elk brm MM m am 235,00oo0.0oo agpi'a Sgoo.0o for June. A ltW dwjsinao by Secretary ...

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. — 28 August 1884

.. oi.3. ___ 2lxguz.' Vo II. No.a3.gwinnan M. . y, Ag. 28, 1884. Piet MIAIDEN, THTTTRSDAY. Aug. 28, 1884 PL RLISHED EVERY TRLI'.SDAY BY .FELL &; VROOMAN Entered at Maiden P. 0. as Seondl 2a matte. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPION : 1x monthb......... ...............- ................ 20 One Year............... ......................... ........... .· ADVERTISING RATE : 2 Inch, one insertion........... -................ 1.0 1 , " aeothb..*...-*.. *............. 8.0 * six " ..................................... 15. 1 " one year ...... ...............................24.0 ipeelal rates given on large apsee and atandlng ,Mivertiaementa. Local notlces 15 cents per line. Special advertisements payable atrictly la ad CLUBBING RAT'ES. The Weekly Pioneer Press, for 7 months and the .MINERAL ARGi  for one year .................... ....... $3 7 The Chicago Mining Review stnd the MINERAL Ahor'S for onet yeat' fo,r............................... ................. 4 Louisville Courier Journal, for five m...

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. — 28 August 1884

She xiae ýaI ,guj FELL & VROOMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - MONTANA -- ,  Complete returns of the State oonssm which was takes in Michigan in June shows a population of 1,895,685-an in crease of 218,848 over the record of the Federal census in 1880. This is a gain ofmore than 18 per ent. in four years, or at the rate of about 88 per cent for the decade, which ought to satisfy a reasonable ambition. The farmer may complain that he is neglecte and his ocupation underrated, but after all there are times when preo tial people feel that farming is the up permost thing in the whole catalogue f human employment. Witnes this from an eastern paper: "We read the erop reports with more interet than we do those on any other subjeet. It may be temporarily exolting to know that one horse has besthn another a quarter of a second, or that another comet has been discovered. The fashions are of interest to some, and the cholera finds the world attentive; but after all, this isa utilitarian age, an...

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. — 28 August 1884

M basss et the Oser t '' Chauned di Thum r Ommees U.mt The New York Times o Tuesay morning my.: Written doements now n he poses oan of the navy s patrbent W Wasidngton add to the record of mlaersle kmana sulr ngs already published in Oa with the dnding of te Grely relief eapetion most shooklfg dores of nintueolty and can nibel, . All the dts have beea fn the poe session of Seretary Ohaler for erly three wee, but so cloely have tey been guarded, aend o strictly have the nasvl oeers ad salore maintained the adeane iimpsed upoa them, that not eve an akling of the true and horrible bondhionadalrha yet reached the public ear. The sufferli and privtions of the mealn their canvs ht, during the long, bitter winter of 188l, have not half been tpid. It has been published th'sfter game gave out Ml akin, c ame and ebrsips. Ata matter of fact they were keptalive on huquas bek. When the resouing dis coveredthe half-sared - rvt.A.o ' du was to look the enm who were iane sib m eonpd _riLtto even t...

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. — 28 August 1884

MAIDEN, THURSDAY, Aug. 28,1884 PUBLISHED EVERY TH'RSDAJ BY PFEL & VROQ.XAN. The annual Territorial fair will open at Helena on Sept. 8Li and continue to ;he 13th. The 12th bi-ennial Reppblican Ter ritorial Convention will be held on the 27th day of Septnhber, at Helena. The letters of Cleveland & Hen dricks ae both before the _people. They are remarkable for their brevity. p noe: '"Several Eastern towns ari' in against the ' Mother Hubbard' female garment." Surely, that is a good place to be. The iJutte Miner and Helena Inde pendent take rst rank as political mud slingera 'they re albout as whole some as an Arctic bill of fare. It p g ttpd, on gopd autiorily, haty Martin Mpipnis has rfused to let his name go betore the Democratic con vention for another term in congress. Joseph K. Toole, of Helena, has written to a friend in Livingston that he is a candidate for the democratic ;9nation as delegate to congress and esires such appprt in his candidacy as his Livngst6e fijeod ...

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. — 28 August 1884

LOCAL NWW:" * Mr. Ira FIgrall ''f 4 " O . ~iad. us brief call TuesdaY. Oil Slickers at N. T. Dinsmore's, cor er Main and Montana 8d. Pull down your vast and wipe of your in, the potographber is abou;t ready. ,begin-lbusiness. A jackass .as in town the pther dayn randed ''B, C." It is upposed to be he one that held a brief conversation ith Ballasm. The Best, and best assortment of tots and Shoes at N. T'. Dipsmore's. J. T. Armington, of St. Paul, is regis tered at the Inurnational. The object of his visit is to purclhase the Moptana Sheep Co.'s ral'ch and ptoc!. In the vicinity of the Moocasins, 'here the scet hail storm was ex emly severe, the ground is strewed ith dead grouse and chickens. Gene Erwin, Bill and Buck Buchanan nd Geo, McClure were in from the occasin Tuesday. Mr. McClure, who as been ih poor health a paut of the ummer is greatly improved. The finest Cashmere and Blue Plan el Over Shirts at N. T. l)inwsntore's ne Price . U. P. Mr. Tomo Fisher, millwright in charge f...

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. — 28 August 1884

Though we were parted, as though he had died She said, I could bear the worst, If he had only lov.i me at the last, As he loved me at the first But woe is me! said the hapless maiden, That ever a lover came, in he he who lit m m heart the ire Has failed to tend the dame. Ah! why did bhe pour in my life's poor aup A nectar so divine, If be had no heart to All it up With a draught so pure and fine? Oh! if he wm either true or false, My torment might have end; Behas been for a lover, too unkind Too loving for a frieand And there is not a soeal in all the world 8o wretched as mine must be; for I cannot live on his love, she said, Nor die of hli cruelty. -Beaton Transcript A UIgCUH IICAI It was in the month of March, in the year 1847, aad the feet of the United States, with the army under General Scott on board, lay before the caty of Ver Ora . All the morning the guns of the fleet had poured their shot upon the castle of San Juan de Ulios, which commanded the ity, sad on the beach wher...

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. — 28 August 1884

,, iat nuesre Otateb *se·sy wing ofl IaTS 8me. The following is Lit Greely's am ela! re port on thes eeaution of Private Henry. Powni oUT, N. , Aug. 1-.-To th Ldja tant Genra o the United Stes Army, Through the Chaief igl Ooaer of the United Statee Army-- : I have the hamor to report that on Jmune ,ii, at mp mCay, near Camp Sabn Grrl Irad, it became nossary for Sto order the mlitar me m of Priate Charles Henry, of the ift cavalry, for continued thlevin The order wea given in writei on my dhi .d4 responsibility, being de A inabeoltetan eeenti for the ety d of etarvation, a.d w more lay at thes point of death feeste ld oing cotion were as foflowe: Provisione been stolen in November, 18I, and Henry's omplcty there was more than ss poe e arch 9, 186, the party ne erl ed erishye While Oev orl m n werse u end eort were being made fortheir reetoratn, Privte Har stole about two pounds of bacon from the mess stores He wae o fI hM 7 e s eqnlma,. Job ldward, bat s eas ob being aover leaded...

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. — 28 August 1884

MONTANA NEWS. Butte is to have a Catholic covent. Choteau boasts of having the finest .eolrt house in the Territory. Oats are quoted at $t.ar per zoo, pounds in the Missoula market. Silver Bow expects its assessment list this year will toot up $7,000,000. Work has been resumed on the Anaconda branch of the Utah & Nor thern. It was stopped under a inisap prehgision. Montana has on her ranges 6oo, ooo head of cattle, and will ship .east ward 2as,ooo to 14o,9o steers for beef during the present year. The question ofseperating the upper pact of Idaho and adding it to Wash ington or Montana is again agitatingi the people of that Territory. Articles f incorporation have been fal4 wit the Territorial Secretary for the formation of the Montana Union Publishing Company, at Butte City. It is thought that John Maguite, the theatrical manager, who was recently I expelled from the Catholic church by Bishop Brondel, will appeal to *'Pope Bob" for reinstatement.-Courier. Governor Crosby passe...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
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