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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 4 September 1884

VoII No 4. Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thursday, Sept. 4, 1884 Price 10 Cents •IAIDEN, TIIl'lhI)AY, Sept. 4, 18S4 IPt'BLISlIED EVkERY TIIH' DAY BY FILL & VROOMAN. Entered at Maiden P. 0. as Second Class matter TrEtlMS OF SUBSHCRIPTION: ix months ..... ....................................... 1210 Ine Year.......- ............ ...................- 5 AI)DVEITISIN(i RATES : lnch, one innertlon...... ......- *-*.......... ...... ,01 ,. n wnth ......... . ***... .. ,a insix nt ....... .......................15 one year ....... .......................0 Speclal rates given on large space and standing | vertisemnits. Local notices 15 cents per line. Spiecial advertlsements Ipayable strictly It ad CLUBBING R ATES. The Weekly Pioneer Press, or 7 Illlonths l the .Ml1NI'RA|l AzRGI8'S r one year ...............................t3 73 'he Chicago Mining Review III tilet' .'INEl.AIL. .A(l'.t for Olii year )r ......................... ........ ....... 4 50 Louisville Courier Journal, c lr, ive on...

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. — 4 September 1884

het ginnral ýgTsu. FELL & VROOMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - MONTANA. There are forty-nine vessels, nearly all British, in the harbor of San Francis co under engagement to transport wheat to the Brtiish Isles. They are all of large tonnage, ranging from 1,000 to 3,000 tone, and all iron vessels. There is now 111,000 tons, 3f disengaged tonnage in port, against 96,000 tone a year ago, and 240,000 tons on their way engaged to come, against 303,000 tons at this time last year. A good deal . of arcasm has been wasted on the United States Govern ment for its foll yin spending $8,000, 000, in the purchase of Alaska The country named has generally been looked upon as a barren waste, useless for any purpose, but when it becomes known that there have recently been made discoveries of very large deposits of both bituminous and anthracite coal, the tune will likely be changed. The coal is described as of good quality, and the quantity almost inexhaustible, judging from surface indiestions. T...

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. — 4 September 1884

William 8till, one of the wealthiest and beat known colored cuen in philadelphia, a co-work er with Garrison, Phillll d IMnretia Mott n the anti-savery ',ansed the author of the book "The - nergro ndBa·lway," haa co.m. out for Cleveland and endrickk. John F. Andrew, of Boston, son of the "War Governor," sent in his resignation as a mem -or of the Republican City Committee on Tursday, and his eample wares followed by H L Bardhng, of his ward, and C. . Jackson, of ward eleven, all anti- Blame Republioana. Hen. Stephen W. Dorsey has pronounced in favor of Blaine and Logan. The moral sup port which now forms the background of the uational renublican tableau has assumed a symmetry which has never been equaled in Art. Gerge F. Edmunds support the Star-route ticket? That is an interesting question. Four years ago, when he and his honored friend, the noble Thurwan, of 01io, were struggling for the rights of the people agailnst the Prciic rail road conspirators, he wrote to an old acquaint ...

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. — 4 September 1884

MI:ADEN, THURSDAY, Sept. 4. 1884. PUBLISHED EVERY THIP'RDAY BY F.ELL & VROOMAN. Candidate for County Assaser. I hereby announce myself as a can didate for ' eoiJc' of County Assessor, subject to tbe decision of the Republi can Convention. JAMES I. MAYNE. With regret we chronicle the de struction by fire on Tuesday of this week, of the Big Casino mill, the prop erty of W. H. Watson. At the pres ent time the cause of the fire is unknown. The loss is placed at $5o,ooo. We are unable' to state whether the property yras covered by Insurance or not. This mill was erected two yeqs ago by Mr. Watson, and contained al the machinery necessar'y to the manufacture of rough and dressed lumber, sh ngles, lath, and in fact everything known to a first c:ass mill, and since the day of starting has been kept busy supplying the demand that sprung up in and around Spring creek; phncipallj irom the fact that #tin sIply could be had. Though the 'lumber demnand has been very limited ~during the past 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. — 4 September 1884

LOCAL NI W F.\ S. TI'he Photographer i now re:dl for pnsiness. The Florence lead still .ontinues to 2onk well. Jack Peoples, post annh,dýh nce driver, visited Maliden, Sunday. See change in T. C. Power's Lewis. town house :tdvertisem pllnt. lion. Granville Stn irt is rapidly ij9. proving from his recent illness. Things are hegining to huys oj) the M:aginniS Mining Conmpany's pr puerty. James I. Mayne announces himself as a candidate for County Aspc sor in this issue. .liack Armol t\%:i s tip trout the i orth foccasin Sniday. W'e inAy have Jack for it permanent c:itizy/i ere long. Kennedy's Mpddical Discovery at Star D)rug rtorQ. A man must he greatly excited when he Iaits his book with a ten dollar note these hard times. Ifigley will tell you all about it. R. Raymond, post Iblacksmith, a!i! l)ick Thomas, hay inspector, visited Maiden, Sundal:y, and dined at tihe intjr national hotel. II. J. Wackerlin (if Ft. BeUl.on, ar rivied in Maiden Saturday last and remntinedi;over night. Ije ...

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. — 4 September 1884

FAll AND IiHOUSEIHOL. Oea cookiag suls. CROCOLATE CARAXELs.-Two pounds of granulated sugar, a pint of sweet cream, a tablespoonful of vanilla ex tract, and four ounces of Baker's choc olate. Put into a bright tin dish, and cook slowly until it arrives at the brittle state, which can be known by dropping a little into cold water. Pour at once on to flat, greased tins or plates, and when almost cold cut into square tab lets. Better for children than boughten candy. CooL DIBsEs ion HOT WEATERB: GELATIN.--Half a box of Cox's gels tine soaked two hours in milk; add a little soda, then heat, stirring often. Beat the yelks of three eggs with a small teacupfulof sugar, and pour over (stirring well)the salded milk and gela tine. Return to the kettle and let it boil again a anute. Strain and Savor; then pour into a wet mold and set on ice till wanted. Eat with cream and sugar, or fruit. COLD CusTArD. Heat a quart of milk, add sugar to taste to the beaten yelks of five eggs, mix with this 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. — 4 September 1884

She twinkled a tune on her light guitar, A low, sweet jangle of thed sounds, As blurred as the ool"e e ofraies , Dancing in noonday dale. and downs; And the tinkling of the strage refrain Ran over the rim of my soul lie rain. The greet blonds maonin the ldninght skies Pavaed and pdl5d o're the treise sar And the stars na the light of her uptur eye Sifted their love through the rited leaves Glinted and plintered in ertal mist Down the gluuning string that her Inge: O,. the melody mad! Oh, the tinkle and thrill! Oh the ectacy of the exquisite thing! The red roe dropped from the window sill And lay in a lnswoon quivering, While the ingnotes of the strain divine Rippled in glee up the pellbound spine -John Vane Oheney. TI1 SElL 1llMU. "Well, this is a hot day!" said Dr. Gray to himself, as he guided his shaggy little horse round the sharp turn of the road and cheeked him under the spread ing shadow of the giant cherry tree, whose broad boughs were all sparkling with the ruby pendants, a...

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. — 4 September 1884

:MONTANA NEWS. It is estimated that there arc now in .0lont~nia, including calves, upward of a million cattle, besides horses and sheep. Winm. Hollingsworth, Wnm. McKnight and Geo. Bradoclt got back from the C<eur d'A!cne mines last Tuesday *inorning, and Fave got enough of that country..--Towwsend Tranchant. Toseph W. Hanna has been granted a new trial. When tile prisoner was iniormed of the fact he exclaimed: "Thank God! God is indeed gracious." .He walked the floor and sang hymns for several hours after receiving the news. Dunalo DOCnes are worm '7 pcr Uton at Miles City. Mr. Holmes, of the .firm of Petit & Holmes, is in that city buying them. If he visited this sec .tion, could secure several boat loads to ship down the river next year. The prairies are covered with them and they could easily be gathered.-River Press, Frank Bush and wife left Monday last for St. Paul, where he will prob ably engage in business. It is not without regret that we say good-bye. Mr. Bush, alth...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 11 September 1884

VI.S1i. - l.t11 )EN, iTIHI AY, Sept. 11, IS8 I'U LISLtED E:l'EIY TII URSDA.t BY FELL & VROOMAN Entered at Maide P. 0. as Second Class matte TERIliS oF SUBSCIi'TIION: sit months.... .. ............ 52.( S)e Year.................. ............................. .... ADVERTISING HATES : I inch. one Inertou ........... ....... ............... . 1 " ,, month... ... .. ...................... 3. I ' six . .......................................... i.( S " one year ............ .. ............2. Special rates given ui large space and standin advertisements. Local niotices 15 cents per line. special a4vertlsewmnts payable strictly in ad ('Li3lB NG RI ATES. The Weekly Pioneer Press, for 7 mnllnths and the MINI'I{AL Alote'Ir for olne yea*tl .............................. ,* 7. The Chicago Mining Review and the MIN'Iu:ItAI Aim(ws for o1ne yea for....... ........................... y-- -· Louisville Courier Journal, for five mlonths anrd the M1INIA.L Attnut's oure year, for......................

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. — 11 September 1884

the inrra Jtrgus.' F.L & VROOWMA5. Publ) .a. MAIDEN, .- - . -NTA?A The recast advance in stocks is at trihuted to the unprecedented cheap nmem of money in New York--only tw~ paeret. per annum--and it is said that predye as equally afected br t the same arume. The London Economist, a leadingt sauthority, if not the very highest, inR speaking. August 'th. of the wheat and, other crops, says that the than recent weather is worth msay millions (sterl ings. a day to the coxntry. And goe, on with thdeclaratinhat that the weath er ha settled the question of cheap wheat and other grain during the re mainder of the year. The prospect is from a sarne of home and foreign t elds, that wheat in 18 bids fair t.' be cheaper than at any time during the past one hundred years. This estimate ineludes of course the supply from the , b United States, Europe and the East.' a In other words the price of whet in Liverpool will be fixed by the competi-  tion of Europe, America, Australia andl India...

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. — 11 September 1884

TIE ",M'TOB'S STOIT. FROM THE' FRENCH O OUT DE MAU PA88ANT. She was a Russian lady, the Countess Marie Baranow, a very great lady, ex quisitely handsome, you know how beautiful they seem to us, with their fine noses, delicate months, eyes rather close together and of indisoribable grayish blue, and that cold grace of theirs, a little severe. They have something about them at once wicked and seductive, hsaughty and gentle, ten der and harsh, which is very charming to a Frenchman. But, after all, it may be only the difference of race and type which causes me to see so much in them. Her physician had for several years tried to induce her to settle in the south of France, as he observed that she was threatened with consumption. But she obstinately refused to leave St. Petersburg. Finally, last autumn, be lieving her life at stake, the doctor warned her husband, who immediately ordered his wife to leave for Menton. She took the train, choosing to re main all by herself in the car, while ...

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. — 11 September 1884

MAIDEN, THURSDAY, Sept. 11. 18M8 PUBLISHED EVERY THUERDAY BY FELL & VROOXAN, cnmidat tfor Custr "ssMr. I hereby announce myself as a can. didate for the office of County Asseseor subject to the decision of the Republi. can Convention. JAaas I. MAYNE. France has declared war upon Chira. Charles J. Folger, secretary of the treasury, afttr a lingering illness,, died at 4:45 p. m. on Sept. 4th. The Livingston Enterprise has pur chased the subscription list of the Tribune, and merge'd both papers into One. Benjamin'B., the man of the cock eye, is doing a powerful lot of rustling now-a-lays. He is now stumping the centiA and western states. The Yellowstone Journal has adopt ed yellow paper to typify the country from which it cometh to the anxious eastetn pilgrim without opening the wrapper. If the color resembles the "Yellowstone Valley, we would suggest it (the valley) be bleached. .Tpe  dianapolis Sentinel, sued for .ibefi the Republiean nominee for president, ha filed its answer''...

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. — 11 September 1884

LOCAL NEWS. MARRIED - Wednesday evening Sept. loth, '84. by A. M. EFler, j P., Mr. Jos. Mason and Miss Dora Herring. The happy couple began housqkeep ing at once. The Aacus extends con, gratulations. The fall ropndup is in full blast. A. M. HQlter, is expected in Maiden this week. Mr. McNamara was in the city yesterday. A fine body of pyrites of copper ore has been struck in the moron mine, Cone Butte district. A large amount of maGhinery for the Maginnis Mining Co.'s .new hill, ar rived this week. Stockholders' Maiden a fuction Co. meet to-morrow in spieoial session, be tween the hours of 2 and 4 p. m. C. W. Gardner starts Sunday morn ing for the county seat, to act as petit juror during court. The snow that foil Wednesday eve ning, destroyed a number Of fields of oats on Warm and S3ig Spring Creeks. Jos. Mason, proprietor of the Maiden billiard hall, put in a new glass front this week. ,t is a decided improve mient. J. M. Vrooman, of this sheet, left last Sunday for a v'ieft to Mi...

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. — 11 September 1884

FAIU, FIELD AD FIBlSDL eor fe Oook. Ica CREAx.-Two quarts of good cream, half pint of milk, fourteen ounces of white sugar, two eggs; best the eggs and sugar together, as for cake, before mixing with the cream; flavor to suit the taste. Place the can in the freezer and put in alternate layers of poundod iee and salt; use plenty of salt to make cream freeze quickly; stir immediately and constantly-rapidly as it begins to freeze, to make it perfectly smooth, and slower as it gets pretty stiff. As the ioo melts draw off the water and fill up ,with fresh layers. Boxnd CmcmEN ion PIlcxcs.-Bone two chickens, lay upon the table and spread first with alayer ofboiledtongue in sliee, then with nicely seasoned veal forcemeat, and lastly with slices of bailed ham. Boll each up firmly, tie round with tape and simmer on the back of the store in a deep sewaepan with the chicken bones, some herbs, maion, carrot, et., for Savoring, and emough water to cover. When tender .1ke out the chickens sad let...

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. — 11 September 1884

Struggle With A Wolf For many years the trapper Cheney was a "feature" of the northern New York wilderness. Every tourist through the woods reckoned his ac quaintanceesone of the necessary ad ventures and all who returned from Lake Golden and Mt. Tahawus brought home choice collections-or oollections.-oj forest stories related to them by "Dan iel Boone of the Adirondacks." Oheney was a man who knew how to face a wild besat and neverfeared to do so-wheth. er his azntagonist was an angry moose, or a wildcat, panther, wolf, or bear. One of the many olpse encounters out of which he narrowly escaped was a winter fight with a she-wolf which his first shot failed to kil. As he came upon the animal, raven ous with hunger, and floundering through the snow, he raised his rifle and fired; but the wolf made a spring as he pulled the trigger, and the ball did not hit a vital part. She then rushed at him furiously. He had now nothing but an empty rifle to defend himself with, and instant ly clubb...

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. — 11 September 1884

Wooden Wedding. On Tuesday evenilng the 2d inst., Lieut. and Mrs. Wainwright enter tained their friends, the occasion being the fifth anniversary of their marriage. A wooden wedding has not been en joyed before at Fort Maginnis, and since the reception of the neat, unique. wooden cards of invitation, those who had been favored (and no friend was forgotten) had been waiting in eager anticipation of the happy event which proved such a rare treat to all present. Shortly after tatto, Lieut. and Mrs. Wainwright, assisted by amiable Mrs. Sorrelle, mother of the bride, began re ceiving their guests in the front parlor. Mrs Wainwright was attired in a lovely pink silk gown with dark relief trimmings, Mrs. Sorrelle wore a hand some embroidered brown petticoat sus pended from a velvet bodice. There were beautiful and elegant toilets among the lady guests,-the gentlemen of the army all appeared in full dress uniform. The host and hostess, blessed with the happy faculty of attending to the comf...

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. — 18 September 1884

_)ho. I0 Ceuta -- - _ _- Maiden and M~aginnis, M. T., y, Sept 18 1884.__ 1181kwt 1:11DEN, THURSDAY, Sept. 18, 1884. lULI3SHED~ EVERY THUNRiDAY BY ELL & VROOMAN. at Maid" P. 0. as seose aos Matter. TERMS OF SUCURI1'T1ON onta................ ........." ... Y ue ........... $2 0 ADVERTISING RATES .co neb.a one In .o5ion 8-***. --...:.... 1.00 'nebth ..*-............." 15.00 iix ........ ............11.00 on ear.................. . 40 special rater given on large apace and standing vertlbewetOS. Local otic tpr l strictly in ad scpecial advottiS0owent aya sticlyinad CLUBBING RATES. The Weekly Piqtieer Proms, or 7 months andl the MINERAL ARtous for one year......................$3 75 e ChicagO Miing Review and the MINERAL ARGUS for one ea for................ ............. Louisville Courier Journal, for five months and the MINERAL Aat-s. one year, for....... .........$3 75 Professiofal Cards. `W. 1 MCFARL AND,t U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR! MAIDEN, MONTANA. Will attend to alt water' ...

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. — 18 September 1884

Sht ginral xgrg. FELL & VROOMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA. After a good deal of investigation, the conclusion is reached that Ferdi nand Ward, the partner of ex-President Grant, quietly stowed away two or three millions of dollars in places where he oan lay his hands on it when he gets out. All the circumstances point to this conclusion. If this is the case he should quietly stay in for the rest of his natural life. The United States is the richest country in the world. We have richer men and more of them. England does not claim but $40,000,000,000. We slaimed $50,000,000,000 of property m 1880. England has been gathering wealth for thousands of years, and we have more money than she has, although it is but a little over a hundred years since we left her here in the wilderness. Civil service reform meets a good many obstacles, but it continues to gain ground. The Pension Office recently found it neseessary to appoint sixty-five expert examiners to make personal in vesti...

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. — 18 September 1884

Voting fo: preldM att This year. although some ten million voters will express a preference by their votes who shall be President, only four hundred and one persons in the United States will actually vote for one. That is the number of the "Electors," 3f whom each State chooses one for each Senator and one for each Bepre sentative, to which it is entitled. The people at present ehoose these electors in each State, but the Legislature of a State may at any time direct that they be appointed in any other way. Probably a great many men are ignorant of the reason why the people do not vote directly for a President. The Convention which formed the Constitution under which we live, in 1787, spent more time and thought on the question how a President should be elected than on any other part of the Constitution. An immense number of propositions was submitte4. Some of them were re jeoed one day, to beaccepted the next; others would be accepted one day, and rejected the next. There was one s...

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. — 18 September 1884

the gfiaal Avg It. MAIDEN, THURSDAY, Sept. I,. t`'4 VtBLISHED EVERY THURSRAY BY FELL & VROOMAN. Casdsisr cns1 r susesar. I beteby announce myself as a can didate for the office of County Assessor, aubjeet to the decision of the Republi caa Convention JAMES I. MAYN-E Main rolled up a Republican major ity of i8,ooo. Vermont went Republican by zo,ooo anajority, as against 26,ooo in i88o. Brick Pomeroy's late effort in the journalistic line, the United Stat's Democrat, has reached our office. It has a healthy, aggressive tone, and is destined to play an important part in the present campaign. It is published every Saturday, in New York City, and is Pomeroyish all over. The irm of Devine & Matheson, publishers of the Billings Herald, have desolved partnership, Mr. Matheson having sold his interest to Chas. S. McFarlin. The style of the new firm is Devine & McFarlin, who will pub lish the Herald as an Independent. Democratic sheet. From its incipi ency the Herald has been a pr...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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