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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 18 September 1884

LOCAL NEWS Hoyt's German Cologne, at Stmr Drug f tore. Maiden is now sopplied with two blacksmith shops. Three bears were kil'd last week on the North Fork of Warts Spring creek. C. Drosch, Maiden's enterprising shoemaker, will side his shop in a few days. Messrs. Thompson & Higley, are preparing to put a new roof on their store building. Capt. Miller and wife, Dr. Stone and his aunt Mrs. Hanson, of Ft. Maginnis, visited Maiden last Monday. "Wfait till the clouds roll by." You don't have to. to get your picture taken at Culver's photograph gallery. Now is the time to order custom suits for fall and winter wear, at N. T. Dinsmore's. Full line of samples. Chas. Boissonnetult left for White Sulphur Springs lnst Saturday. Mr. B. has Several law suits on hand. Read the article on first page about the Smelter Ball, and then go and buy yourself a ticket from one of the com mittee. Majoer Blaine, brother to "Our Jim," will he in Maginnis on or about Satur day. and make the "boys in blue...

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. — 18 September 1884

C1IHlIG A FOITUI. Both at school and at college Bernard Hooker ba1 been one of the wildest and most dare-devil youths imaginable. He had been the terror of meek companions the aversion of order-loving dominies, the triumphant outwitter, on more than one occasion, of even that great man the But these halcyon days were past. Any particular exuberance of spirits in Bernard' present position would have been as phenomenal and incongruous with his surroundings as the presence of English hedge-blossoms in an East ern desert. He was chained to the oar of daily toil as tightly and as hopelessly as say galley-slave. The sturdy sym metry of his figure, the humorous cast of his frank and open countenance, the twinkle of his ISOht-blue eyes, were all that outwardly remained of the idiosyn erasies that had airds him the idol of his comrades is edae and on college walk. The pressure of adverse ulrcum stances had put an iron curb upon his vivacity, if it had not altogether crushed it. He looted for...

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. — 18 September 1884

.311133 AND UWAh4*Wam eargs* or Ar igAWsver 1s" Witheat Mrs. E. T. Sykes, 80 Chestnut street, Spring field, Ohio, "'suering,' she says, "perfet tor ture with paln and sorenss through back and chets" and her husband troubled with a dry, hoarse cough (both cured by this Oil) make partcular mentioa of its "soothing gad healing effects." Charles Beed, 854 Jackon struet, MNlwaukss, Wsi, who was in the explosion at the Grand Opera House in that city, January 18, 185, speaks of t as "a eery reliable and a very seta medicine." He sustained pasiful injurtesin this accident With the use of the Oil he was able to get out in a few days. Rev. B. F. Crane, Dunkirk, N. Y., speaks in glowing terms of Dr. Thomas' Eclectrio Ol as a remedy for eatarrh and says, "notwithetnad ing the delicate nature of the mucuos masm brane of th nasal organs the Oil can be snfed up with perfeotimpualty." There is no doubt about its absolute safety. Remarsefult Murderer. Nearly two years ago a wrm-haai murdered a sheph...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 18 September 1884

mAnuas MNEW t a Capt. Wagner is still absent on Court h Martial duty at Fort Keogh. C Mr. Wyws it the post trader's store, I is off on a hunting expedition. Lieut. Wainwright expects his vales able pair ofborses from Helesa, in a few days. Mr. W. F. Hason, of the Rush Med. 1 ;cal College, Chicago, is the guest of Dr. Stone. (apt Miller has retgrned from Cuse Ser with twelve reruits for the infantry pompanies. Owing to the inclemency of the Weather, dress parade was omitted on Sunday morning. Capt. Parnell of "F" troop, is ex pected to arrive about the 21th ainst., with paymaster Blaine. A theatrical entertainment in to be given at the post theab'te by the troops on or about the 27th inst. It is expected that we are to have two young ladies at the post this win ter,-the guests of Capt. & Mrs. Miller Lieut. McDonald having shot all the prairie chickens in this vicinity, has gone with fifteen days rations, after Crows. We are informed that an Episcopal bishop from St. Panl, will vi...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 25 September 1884

. II. __No. Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thursday, Sept 25 1884. Price 10 Cents he izufaal d'Ss. AIDEN, THUTRSDAY, Sept. 25, 1884. .ICBLIS1lED EVERY TIII'R$DAY BY rELL & VROOMAN. stered at Maiden P. 0. as Second Clas amatter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: x m onths.................................................... 00 e Year.................. ..................... ..... .. 3.50 ADVERTISING RATES: ch, one insertion..................................... . 1.00 , , month...... ................................ 3.00 Ssix " . . ..... ................. .15.00 one Tear ....................................24.00 pedal rates givet on large space and standing rtiements. eal notices 15 cents per line. cal advertisements payable strictly in ad CLUBBING RATES. The Weekly Pioneer Press, r 7 months and the MINERAL ARGI.: r one year...............................$8 75 lie Chicago lining Review d the MINERAL ARarUS for one year ....................................$4 50 ;ouisville Courier Journal, five mon...

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. — 25 September 1884

FELL & VROOMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA. Rascally bankers in New Jersey, as well as other criminals, have a healthy dread of "Jersey justice," and when their rascalities are discovered, they commit suicide. If this were all people would be content. but unhappily their victims get out of the world in the same way. Nevada finds the burden of her Gov ernment so great that a serious effort is asking to elect a Legislature this fall which will reduce the expense of the State administration, consolidate coun ties so a to reduce the number of om eals, and reorganize judicial districts so that less judges will be needed. It is a great pity that the people are not ready to apply the herole remedy of surrender ing their Statebood altogether, and di viding the 00,000 inhabitants of their dwindling commonwealth among their growing neighbors. The usual definition of working men and women, or "worklhg oelsses," a they are sometimes called is often very restricted. Gen. Butler, in a...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 25 September 1884

A rese of t* ersa.Asttte graea o.ead*.. ieUtiDNW e.wth of the Order. The followli inan abeVt of the addrem of Grand Sire Leeoh, of the sovereign greed lodge of Odd Fellows, delivered at the sesion in Minneapolis, an., Se 5th las : -To the Sovereign Grand Lodge of the in dependent Orderot Odd ]ellow.r-Bepreeem.t atves: Once morel greet you, i you ather n tee seats, to enter pon the work of an. other annual eemie. Ineturevrementythank our Almighty Father for te great paivlege granted to so many of us, as we aeamble here this mornifng I congratlate you that your are holding the dsiteenth annual communication i this great North Star state, and one of the eight statee in that eo tlon of our land which contaies neerly one quarter of the memberebip of the order. t us see the roll-Indiana, Illinois, Mihigan, Wisconsin, lows, ianeeota, Nebruasa, Dakota It is a proud day for the 194,000 Odd Fellows of the vatreglon of our beaoved country. In their name and In their behal I greet you all. As r...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 25 September 1884

shet iarala 4as. uMAID2 THCRBD.'Y, %ept. 25. 1884. rW-MzWD EVET Ta H R Y 0y 7tLL & VROOXAN. From some unacountable reason the publishers of our patents, though in tructed to insert independent mat:r, have beea dishing up. wc*kly, a col umn or two of scurrilous slush under the caption of "Democratic Notes," that, to say the jeast, are absurd. We desire our readers to understand that we are, as announced in Vol. I, No. r, publishing a partisan paper and propg to 'aotinue to so do. We haMe written our patent publisher , and eapect hereafter that all matter of a political ca we will be unbiased. Reardmg local affairs we shall, as heretofo, keep in view the interests of ourton and counw:, supporting for the ofces in the gift of the people' only stch tna, as in our judgment will lg suerve their interests; ever miming to efrain from personal or pr s 0W John S. Hwrrs, of Helena, and Win. A. sark, of Butte, have been appointed s omisa for Maon tans, upop whom falls the arduous task of 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. — 25 September 1884

LOCAL N EI S. Mr. Cole's blacksmith ,shop is nearly completed. Sne new advertisment of N. P. rail road, in this issue. See new advertisment of T. C. Power & Bro., Lewistown. M. T. Frank Piek has erected a large sign over his bJacksmith shop. W. g. Watson, of Keedsfort. was visiting Maiden, Tuesday last. The Finest Line of Neckties, Silk Handkerchiefs. Suspenders. and Hos iery, at N. T. Dins|more's. J. J. Campbell has built a club room in addition to his Andersonville saloon. A. M. Holter, arrived in town last Monday. He intends to spend a week here. Wm.Culver left for the Little Rockies Wednesday morning. He will be absent about two weeks. Mrs. Durkins, who has been engaged to teach our school this winter, is ex pected to arrive this p. m. Ben. Dexter, Dennis O'Brien and C. Boissonnenult,returned from the coun ty seat last Mouday evening. White nlld Fancy Dress Shirts, at N. T. Dinslmore's, the O. P. C. O. D. Mr. & Mrs. A. M. Esler, accompanied by their little daughter and M...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 25 September 1884

WKIUGED BY THE FLOOD&. - e es and lbats of the Inmuaation at ala Claire Faly Cem sidered. b Brmals Firs Are erosrrl y A.eted by the Disuater-Additlenal IJt of Losses. al.fr Work at Home and Abroad-Drewanng of Mr. David Cover of tillwater Miner llshape. Ceases and lame atr the flee. roam the S8 Paul Pioneer Presa, ept 15. Ran Claire is recoverting from the dismay which overwhelmed ar last week; and her people on looking over the alitation, and at their lessgre as is is ot aci larrer able, and are taking heart groace to repair eo damage doe by Se ed. It ga Mhem som lesson-dearly,I Is tiru; ib m oa aof which will be well covered it they are heeded. L P. PaIna., casimer o the ippewa Valey bhak, itersted in aemsy ee commerelal einlsrhment in the anly, mars to-day, the reason of e great damage is that the people made the mistake of build g on low groundat to river. They mht have wome to the bluE to blld Just as well, and escaped the disaster. 1 the ety ad spent one-teth of the money...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 25 September 1884

a~g, e.an=s la me.. United States Consul PIsna, at Igoa, bae orwarded report to the dsepaetut e ad relative to armcs this year linume R·ra: rThe wheat crop will amon a sbo Aa - 000,000 bushels, which will earpam taMhehmred of 1888 by over 80,000000 bushlei. The quality is esehmt TIhe or 0pa asse sa abinsb* asnd coplua en7 0%00bhe 0ery superor Inian. "re was at eur1e etal ou0 ar_ _n .o .tr_,Ja df so The Engli h crlepiaprlieula fee har oo n crease adu Cm" for " ht e Ie ny fr m a llp o o ranae mW line Is syeraml, Oh ,e Last Sunday night eYe w a drku Ire in evend, b ginMB mfar wood, Perr  Co.'s lumber yad- wrho os , L Dahidece lds jwas oo IIed os 0ni a ds0 yeL0 a pand W geý lumer lard u bu er . u Ih OOQ &ne Si ,ow lyor "rt,,cl var ee wairt, Aulehth M 8tani.n s uo e to about (p00S i oaeL'r Bcodtll A 0r0.d61Lube 180000. ibouot fsa reg easeed aswhh were ahsd in d b & 4e yard, wern .. .... | e' m acn shop was deetrooyde lgee aA,0 Th ewYork. Pesneylvea Clio £ 1 ' thu re eaa ...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 25 September 1884

MINING NOTES. Over fosty names are on the pav roll ,f the Maginnis Mining Company. Several prospectors have left Maiden in the last two weeks, for the Little Rockies. Grading for the smelter of the Mai den Reduction Co., is nearly com pleted. The blagituis Mining company, have several miners at work in this and the tCne Butte districts. The remainder of the machinery for the Maginnis Mining Co.'s new mill, is now at Junction City. It is the intention of the Maiden Reduction Co., to have the smelter run ning by the first of November. )liners in the Judith mountains, will find a good market for their ore this winter, the sale of which will assure a goodly amount of development ere pezt spring. David Jones is working his plpaer claim in Maiden gulch. Last week he cleaned up with a rocker, nearly four ounces, in four days. Lack of water prevents sluicing. The stampede to the Little Rockies has set in, in earnest. The old Carrol toad is the favorite route from western Montana, over which...

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. — 2 October 1884

F·' 41 (76r - Its * oL. Nai. Maiden and Lam M. T., Thhaday, Oct 2, 1884. Poe 10 Cent1 MAIDEN. THUTTRDAY, Oct. 2, 188" PUBLISHED EVERIY THrITBDAY SY FELL & VROOMAN. Euwd at aidn P.. as $gsnds lse maus. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : l_ months.... ... »...... . ......... . "" . ....... .. e ADVERTISING RATES: nhe, mone u . ...i.. ""'""i.... I.00 , ot ar . .. .........................~...........80 i0 Special mrates tifs e.awuea e + iasS 1s fertaemensb. Local noticee 15i cats 11r lise. Specil adretlaenlasm w tl payabltle ai. ,ance Profesional OQads. . . L oFARLAND, Ul. $. DPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR! MAIDEN, MONTANA. Will attend to all tate eoma1· wit Laid Oace ar the PahiLa Beopa. N. B. SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Practlice in all courtý or the Terrtory. Corem podence e,lleltad. All bu:llea: 0na1ti ts d re odve rompt WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, M. T. aMAX. WATERMAN. IH... MC INTIRE. WATERMAN & McINTIRE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW FT. BENTON, M. T. Will attend to all business intrusted to our care from Mai...

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. — 2 October 1884

i1 iantaI rgus. FEIL A VROOMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA. The political campaign is growing more brisk but will not get "red hot" until all the local candidates are in the field. These are relied upon to stir the pot and bring out a full vote. The tobsoo arop of this country, which in 1864 was but 197,000,000 pounds, promises in 1884 to be between 600,000,000 and 700,000,000 pounds, or more than three times that of twenty ,ears ago. The acreage, which in 1864 was 239,826, has jumped up to nearly 700,000, while the value of the erop, which in 1864 was 80,000,000, will probably reach $45,000,000 or $50,000, 000 In 1884. Reports of failres are still numerous, and some of them of great magnitude, but the general outlook is by no mesas iaouaraging. In nearly every promi neat case, liabilities are so far in excess of assets, as to eause wonder why a failure did not sooner oeeur. A failure sooner or later, was inevitable. The erase for doing a large business on small capital, and ...

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. — 2 October 1884

nEW iIJWIeIs IZ 1¶U 2113Wobrat Eu111aS *tlmatm a *allr as's ddu kiUN a getlhmint rby The ims e *o *.e* s r Niae Iae g Ssr te msemae El m. New York, Spedal Telegram, Sept 14. Tear have been made publi to-sight a num Sd letterm sid to have passed between J (3. Blaine sad Mr. Wrren Fsher, Jr., inregard to the former's cooonettoi with the LIle Bock A Fort ith railroad bonds, ad also the establishment of a national bank in Litte Rock, Ark To document containing thee letters was distibuted through the vri one newspapers to-night by two emissaries of the Independent Bepubliess committee, --p mesd by Mers Wartrn Fisher, Jr., and To the peodp o mte Uamd States: ' Beliv ing that it our du lolay before our fellow a untrymein tthe folom dooumet. lwhichd have beehn our p w, we have placed orginthe ala for keeping ts the ho d. of Mewm. Sopler A Wslcb ounoelorsof"o- and herewith ubmait their eatente withe.t comment. The document intudes twelve letters from Mr. Blaine end si from Wareren Fisher, J...

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. — 2 October 1884

~ctktmt aIrpz. MAIDEN. THURSDAY, .ct 2. IS&. r~gLltmD t:VT TsrzPBNI R: YELL & VROOXANJ~ Daleft L - TOOLS. Dist A mspo-J. A. IOWUTON. t JZ". uowmQl. ?'mim-J. F. M.CLVTOCHt. gt am ared.u-L RoTWITY. Amonr L SNYDER Pure Juis-J. . xtRRAT. ?uba AAbcisakaa-J. N. (UAY. Cwa7y C ime-TRO . A. WALL lupe-K 0. waits. Caeu'-D. L. KtVi't Bpt. Publi Irc im A. K. DORSET. r GRANVILLE 9VANT. 3e~~ -? MOOrE L I PARKER. I Tmr.-DAVID K. 7015 Chet alow-W a RQTWTTT. hsw-WK.sI WALIAAZ". ? I --S W. PADG. Pubrie Aýr~lusaeu-AR. BA ZI h Camrer RumY. w breqer-Ro. . TATolrD.t -inC. w. 000L sal. Publc I rniud Im-X1 L- NICHOLS. In O~ued~-R.JAIX FUOCS. Zr wsI'u..-G. HATcH, J. K TEVEN S. Pt 11iA WMITY TIcUMTS From this date shall run at the head of opr editorial column the ticke of both parties; that the electors may become thoroughly familiar with the candidate's names as well as the office to which they aspire. Both tickets ae good, and by partisan electors will be voted straight; still by careful con sidsrti...

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. — 2 October 1884

LOCAL NEWS. Let us have a school hou.r. Get your children ready for sehool. John Holley has gone to the Black Hills. Mrs. F. Day, of tee8 fort, was in town this week. L. Belanger received a portion of his flour yesterday. School opens for the winter next Monday, Oct. 5th. Gov. Brooks spent a couple of days in Maiden this week. F. C. Dwinelle and W. C. Draper are back from the Coeur d'Alene. John Atchison has returned from his trip to the Coeur d'Alenes and Helena. Did you see, hear tell of, or see any. one that saw or heard tell of those ghosts? The placer diggings in Maiden gukh are paying nearly an ounce per day to the man. Bishop Brewer, of Helena, will visit I Maiden and deliver a sermon, Sunday, Oct. 19th. Grading for the smelter is completed -spd carpenters are now engaged getting C out lumber. ii Mr. and Miss Watson, son and daugh- o ter of W. H. Watson, Reedsfort, were in town this week. If a competent mineralogist would e' establish an assay office here, a good 1 business ...

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. — 2 October 1884

Tam w.a wauiny exam Chicago kan. She touches m cheek, and I quiver I tremble with exqusitie paIn; She sighs-like an overc river My blood rushe on thru my velas e smiles-ad in mad tiger fuhio A a ehtigerfondlsdie b own, I clp w her wi erosm and ps mio ankis her with shdder d go She smil-i when I mentioned the osters, And Igrinned at the ight of a stew, Very much ae a frolicome boy strs When hedoes his Arst Jacket of blue. I used wish mesatmsot apd wonder Oi her beaMtil Omaha heir And squanderedr mosey iket thunder Oa thi. wid r witr g ide so fa Swhen aes was fled tbrepli  with wesd hot aoce ansd fres, Ad the u rd r ea compl sae hodame wh her erapplde Mg Jaugg e fie, etas ind te mvs y; had come sbot fro. in ene diioS CoeiM s ah When, after Aire long mathe ol Iee s hiTourane home, he grew stbog emnogb to walk a few yards on the teserr of the beahs of the Loi, with his moth e and sister o each sde of him-how lovingly they hod saned him, the good oul!-thoee shiverlong Ss sem ame over hi...

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. — 2 October 1884

e wers'5 eeas aesw mt a seses Natiomnal B Vw. Presently t Oagliostroappeared, and Benedeei remarks: "He issman of middle height, stout, with an air of sinister cunning anda suspieious eye, exactly a he s repremted in the por trait I have of him. He was followed by his wife a handsome, well propor raned woman, with a vivarous expres ,.L. " After a few preliminaries ag liostro seated himself in tripod and began to speak a follows: "It is right that I should relate my life to you, re veal my past, and lift the dense velthat prevents you from seeing-harken to my words--the boundles deserts sprea around me; gigantic palm trees cast their shadows on the sand. I me the quiet course of the Nile; the Sphynx, obelisks, columas stand in their majesty before me. Behold these wondrous walls, these numer ous temples, these mighty pyramids, these labyrinthsl It is Memphis, the sacred city!i Behold the glorious King Tothmes . makes his trmmphant en try after subduing the Syriansand Oan ansites! I s...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 2 October 1884

mEuBuOM ellTY 0m NWm1m. I ilsmsls bles ad a sMe Tliskt-East .weeSd et~tl s o Ol usarsd. f Though we made strenuous efforts to ,obtain a report of the proceed:~ of the Republican county convention for our lsit issue, the lack of connect- P ing maSs prevented us from so doing. The convention mat as ptr call, on Monday, sad uk., and was cal:ed to Coder by Wm. Hass, of Diamond, who was made wtePporary chairman, and F. Maddo,-seseta~ry. Oaslkee cOas redent.ab reported a fuil repreinataian fromn each pre cinct committee anent organa tiasno r. A. I. Eder, aida6, yas ,sand F. Maddn, mcftatry. -qnes adopte. (tral *3inie for the ensuing twoyars was selected as follws: L. ROtiitt, tehkaua W. F. Haase. J. V. Stafford. H. n,rr C W. Cook, A. fM. Easer, Wam. Wallaee D. B. Mc Intosh and Al. Stevens. Convention then proceeded to the aominaton of a candidate for the of fce df shrif; the names of Chas. Ra der, John White. H: ry Simons and . J. Phill, were presented. Henry Simons, of I.ewistown, was de...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
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