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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 9 October 1884

t 9, 1884. EDITORIAL COREONDENCE. TOLEDO, Ohio, Oct. ad, "'84. In •re I am, in Toledo, the' county or ar )f Lucas county and the place of iiea nativity. Toledo is a quiet, bo by old city, located on the Mau- pond river, about sixteen miles from Erie. It has become quite a ad centre in the last four years, E its lake and river traffic has ly increased. Although three the as old as St. Paul or Minneap- ants tho western cities have nearly "ri the population. The people -op gh generally prosperous, lack the L c spirit and enterprise of the intel This, you Vow, is the home of with roleum V. Nasby." (Locke) He hor propretor of the Toledo Blade, avoio h has been established some thirty tace and , "Nasby's aged father, lives out doul e western limit, of the city, and is pesti dered a "good old Methodist pare leader." His talented son once that I him if he "was never wild when thel as young." "Perhaps; but never E Id as you are," was the father's There are four daily papers 'h shed here, the...

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. — 9 October 1884

Shc iura a rgOUs. FEIL & VROOMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - MONTANA. S..... .oa products should continue for any great length of time an inevitable result would be areduction in the price of farming lands all over the country. But there is no probabil ity that the depression will continue until such a result is resohed, because it is not at all likely that in years sua I ceeding there will be such immense crops s have been grown this year. almost every locality at home abroad. In a general way the people t this country are becoming educatea as to a the necessity of the preserv$lon of for ests, as they are to the WAhetic value t of the propagetion q ornamental trees. The subject 0s two distinct phases, the materiý4ne and the mthet ie one. It is not #oDe the conservation of the streams mech is to be oonsid ered import as this undoubtedly is; the questiadO the increased cost of lumber if Ae of the highest consequen- a oes, readiag as it does in the matter of a rents Aoes who have lit...

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. — 9 October 1884

A , LGUU 0? T PIAT. .e 1a*a *eah iat semasieS me we.,: mnas ruearWi M Oemway. Chicago Heras The alarm exsted by the cholera ir Southern France recalls the history of the past epidemics, some of which, s pecially those of the middle s$e, wer o virulent and destructive tha anythin we have bhad or ooul' have in this entu would b ininnilsant. The plague or blaeol death, as it was oommbnly called, of the fourteenth century, was the most terri ble scourge of which any record hai been presorved. To read of it now seems like some horrible dream, o. some monkish vision of the infernal -orld. It appals the imagination, and shows what fearful rage disease could make before man had become ao quainted w ith hygienie laws. The black death. which was an East ern plague, and actual1y desolated the world, got its name from the black spots caused by deoomjpoitib that appeared on the body of the sufferer. NQo statis tis or health records were kept in the dark ages; therapeutics was in its n fancy; ...

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. — 9 October 1884

MAIDEN, 'I H URSDAY. O.t. 4. 1884. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY FELL & VROOMAN. Meagher County Deanocratic Ticket. Delegate to Congel-w-J. K. TOOLE. District Attorney-J. A. JOHNSTON. Sherif-JEFF. HOWELL. Treauurer-J. F. McCLINTOCK. Clerk and Recorder-L. ROTWITT. Assessor-8. SNYDER. Probate Judge-J. E. MURRAY. Public Administrator-J. M. GRAY. County Commissipner-THOS. A. WALL. Surveyor-R. G. WHITE. Coroner-DR. S. KUMPE. Supt. Public Inst.-MISS A. M. DORF'Ey, Councilman-Hon. GRANVILLE ST CUART. Representatives-P. MOORE, M. . PARKER. * - --- -~ Meagher County Repub. an Ticket. Delegate to Congre--JUF,GE H. KNOWLES. Ditrikt Attorney-WIL'aIAM H. HUNT. Bberifn-H. SIMONS. Tteasurer-DAVID 'E. FOLSOM. Clerk and Record. r-LOUIS ROTWITT. Aemaaor-WM. ',VALLACE. jrobate Judge-B. W. BADGER. Public Adp',nistrator-H. H. BARNES. County Qo mmisaaoner-RALPH BERRY. BSurveyp-GEO. STAFFORD. Coro er-C. W. COOK. 8uy!. Public Instruction-MISS A. NICHOLS. ,uncilman-Hon. JAMES FERGUS. eprentativea-G. HATC...

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. — 9 October 1884

LOCAL NEWbAt. School commenced last Monday. Maiden has another meatnmrket. The MaIden Billiard Hall front is a daisy. See notice to debtors, of F. A. Jan eaux, of Leaistown. L. Bellaiger, received the last of his winter stock, Tuesday. A little of the beautiful fell last Mon day night-a gentle reminder. Married at Andersonville, Wm. Tib bets, to White Cloud. No cards. Thompson & Higley are putting a new roof on their store building. Mr. Howell, the Democratic candi date for sheriff, is expected in town shortly. W. H Watson, of Reedafort, was in Maiden yesterday sad made us a pleas. ent call. Geo. Samples arrived in town from Benton, loaded with freight for N. T. Dinsm ore, Tuesday. WVn. Jenkins' tonsorial shop has been re-papered, hathroorn Imoved, and withal, greatly improved. John Kemper returned from his trip to Nebraska and Kentucky, last Tues day week. He enjoyed himself greatly. McNamara & Co., are coking a lot of coal from Arumold,s mine, for black smithing. It makes ...

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. — 9 October 1884

DL. BTT¶IT'431ZY qMUILT. aMeago Tribua.. Mr Batterby was a model wife sad mother. Please to remark, dear reader, I sa was, be ease after careful observation and deep on. lderation of the msbject, I a onrvined that a woman who allows herself to fall ender the baleful spell of "eray" patchwork, becomes surely and swity lost to every other laueams and heedless of every appeal either to her comesence her ataeetios Well, Mrs Bsaerby was a dear lhtt roly pcy of a woma, wth dark btmue es, and a so -rg ug Lmg y was -*= bri* m Inse* &sas, and whieh had e added abrm of sd dly bri g t view two rows of Ulls whie teeth and ore 1hl re ueompesed anplea Her brig brows hair waved saoar atr on either sie o her amoohshila ites head, aed 'Yr. e eby ad the vws pot soa of bao(ms g et a eamoletur. m female beat es, d sIm. to admdriug showy, i·Uro wa la, t ae sever wasm ag-hieu as ders eofaps ad f-- - ses, me qusIbdey *Mbdem and bewnIhgs. asd suggeswa of hmse sad hablaesm, as thaut ay wie psrUha ih...

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. — 9 October 1884

In mrp% E easti wimes as those of ierdamin W ,, while Ua upring oftn free sraiS , are* otemer the rsld aof see wekamd of ra tW. TheIkry Aas man of hs ahm sketoes acnet draws the d e portt of the man and wmasn whe moas , dre; gnd thq deire it not for it. has butp 1 m others have - hbeo s.bsi w be ob. ,.eA. ThaemkaY puts l df ot athe sioplast and most mrg s. The ogcouple mdsdt a dimer, mdir.a sted of the joint of ad the glassd beer whih i the repsto which Ta. hV5 tbe ,5l o rd hto lnvite a ed- , de the ormay be mor aiypemcsd mst needs pre pae feast wMih han not honor. ably aerid, for, the leason te has other people who ies afford it give seh It this d4g little moe, or a ndeal ore, than the doer ea S aforwd, whach leaIds to the windesof Wall seete. LIving in a houesets SorMseaise. sain Sitaanilgit Ce dressing as his bricher nsbors dolng i all thing as do-4t is this weak 3om pliancw is hidden sA the Sae Saenas, sad drives to the park in the ae equipas, rwhich presently ends in Ludlow B...

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. — 9 October 1884

The saines sink~ The entertirneut given by the Fort flainni Mirmetrel Troupe on S~tuirda evening, the 7th ult, was a comj plte succes in every particular. The perfoarm.ce began promptly at Sdo'x-k with an overture by iktWlrt son' dC4ring band f.jluwedL by the uoen insg brus. The singing was excellent and the mirth provoking jokes of the "end men" kept the audience convuhled with lughter. Joh.son and Lallivan in their saro batic exercses elicited rounds of ap plause. While they claim to bel amateurs only, their performing would have been creditable to artite of more extended trzining. The Lunatic un doubtedly ceased the death of his poor old father. O'Neill's rendition was excellent, but should he ever be blessed with such a mother-in-law, may heaven protect her. iKnce Xorad's great effort. he bar en enrgagel to stumnp the state of NCew York for Cleveland "or any other mad' during the campaign. Peter the pawnshop erranit oy, sus tained bii role admirably, as asus did the other inc...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 16 October 1884

____Aiiu~~CT~_ r4i 2Igu .h- d1 . ....in ..r- ...... ýoL II. No 10 . aidou and Magiaaii M. T., F yr Oti16, It _ rb 10 CSC MAIDEN, THT1RSDAY, Oct. 16, 1884. pIJLIZSHED EVERY THURBDAY BY 1FLL & VROOXAN. IEoad at IMaiJd P.0 . s $eod OCl mar. TERMS OF BUBSCRIPTION: Six months.....--- "".........................""""""""2.00 none Y r...-.~- .... ...... ....... . 8. ADVERTISING RATES: Inch. mea i totm. · Leo , * mea.th..-.-- * *..»....».- -.... , . a ix .......... ............. .100 soi .ea ..................... Special rates gles .n S up a amd almding vertiaements. Local notices 15 coats per line, Special advertiseents payable strictly in ad Profesdonal Oards. W. T. MoFARLAND, U.. S DEPUTY INERAL SURVEYOR ! MAIDEN, . MONTANA. Iill attend to all matters connected with the Land OBee or the P-.lie Surveys. N. B. SMITH, TTORNEY AT LAW, Practices in all oerts of the Territory. Cornes podsaee solIcited. All buuImshs ItIrtaed te - will re prompt attenti. WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, M. T. AX. WA...

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. — 16 October 1884

Uht Wiunral grgus. FELL & VROOMAN. Publishers MAIDEN, * - - MONTANA. P-- - The z:. onal tress ury is loaded dow. with over $130,000,000 gold and $6, 000,000 silver. These sums are far be yond any present or prospective re quirements of the government and asr continually increasing in volume. Kentucky now represents more that one-thirdof the acreage and total produce of tobacco in the United States. Accord ing to the census reports Virginia held the frst rank as a tobacco-growing stat up to 1870 when Kentucky took the lead. Bigamy is a crime very much more common among men than among wom en, but, occasionally there is a female bigamist with a long record of matrimo nial experiences. A Iste trial in New York has attracted a good deal of at tention. A woman who now calls her self Annie E. Whetmore, was arrested some time ago for bigamy in marrying a man named Haswe, whom she was be lieved to know was already married. Her trial lasted several days, and though Hawes turned state's ev...

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. — 16 October 1884

TIE no CICOLE AID FI". Belts can be worn with all waists. The' are narrow or wide aecording to taste. Deep belts are not suitable for women with short waists. Silver buok les are much sought after when artisti cally chased. Young ladies and misses wear belts without buckles. These are closed under a rosette or a ribbon bow. The same bows are on the shoulder and in front of the neck. The durectoire ash is also worn. It is wide, of soft fabri, sand i loosely tiedon the side. Silk jerseys are plain or have silver and gold galloon trimmings. They are in light shades, generally of the color of the skirt with which they are worn. They are also to be seen in contrasting hues. Many percales have cream, put ty, or gray grounds, with dark dots. Suits of this material usually have pole onaises trimmed and draped in various ways. They ma7 open over white bat iste or white plaited gause chemisett.e, or button down to the waist, and they are raised and taken back to form a puffing over a finely p...

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. — 16 October 1884

MAIDEN, THIRSDAY, Oct. 16. 1884. PtUIsHED EVERY THUERDAY BY PLL & VROOMAN.1 Asagbu r County I'n I Dople to xop-it . K TOOI. Disrict AAtornry-4J . JOHNSTON b.eri--JEFF. HOWELL Tesrrr--J.! . Mc LI TOC'. Clerk a BReader-L ROTWITT. i Assom- . SNY'DER. prom Jsip-J. E. .MURTY. *h& AdmIissratr-J. M. GRAY. Cnty mCmaies~eTHOS. A. WAILL Srweyor--R. G. WHITE. Ceeser--DE. . EUMP.l Sept. Pube lst.--MIs A. Y. DORSJn Casalm--Has. GRANVILLE STUART. Rnep, eHs.--P. Mos . -. PAR . asrh Cntui RsuM* Wi et. siio to1 Caegs -JU~DG H. KNOWLR. bnstrict AttsseyrWlII l . HUNT. 8bfJS--H. SlMO~m. To mw-DAVl Ap. ro0ox. Ci dt m aee.ir--LOUIS ROTWITT. Aaesme-W-. WAI.LACE. PrUot. Jois·-t W. BADGmR. PRule mAdmhpter-l. H. BARNgs. - BeAy tn L Pr- P BERRY. d . STAFFORD. Coemmr-C, W. oWo Sops POW4ic I.rmame-MIa- A. NXICHOIS Coa.ljm--Ha. JAME FERGUS. .IpuSmvw .-o. BATCH. J. B. STEVENS. absrngts asara gs. Setion 515, Revised Statutes of Mon tams: "That all male citizens of the United States above the age...

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. — 16 October 1884

LOCAL NEWS. Times are slowly hit surmly in1prv. Prof. Foes of White Sulphur Springs, in town. The ARGUS offics was weather-bloard this week. . Noble of Spring Creek, was in Tuesday. Bepublicans are happy over the ra. ms from Ohio. Only seventeen days remain for osan dates to rustle in. Miss Alice Nichols, county anperin, ndent of schools,. is in town. A precinct has been estatlished at ndersonville and North Moccasin. Parmley Billings, son of the Hon. ederick Billings, was in Maiden this ek. Hunt up yirr pet casdidate for of. . The Republicans meet Saturday ening. Overshoes at N. T, Dinsrnre's Oe ice C. O. D. Clothing House. Republican town meeting Saturdiy ening, Oct. 18th. See call in other column. Sunday school is now in good work condition. Last Sunday some irty were in attendance. Now is the time to order custtnm its for fall and winter wear, at N. T. *ntmore's. Full line of saimples. Work is being prosecuted in the ar Eagle mine. Several tons of h grade gelena ore was taken ou...

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. — 16 October 1884

T 300=07 KOU XON. A Tne sWs s of eoe mith's e --asrk - me lsm* et olggers. Prom the tS Louis Spectator. How many people kn,w anything about the origin of the Mormon religion, or rather of the Book of Mormon, which is its authority ? I knew precioulittle about it until this week, dhen I acci dentally fell in with Clark Braden, who has recently given the subject a most searching investigation. His story shows of what stuff religion may be made. The Mormons number proba bly 300,000. They are divided into many seots, but the prmincipal are the polygamous Brighamites in Utah and the non-polygamous Joeephites sctter ed in various places. The story may be given in a few words. The Book of Mormon was written by an old broken down Presbyterian clergyman named Solomon Spauldinq. Bpealding was born in Connecticut in 1761. He graduated at Darthmouth college and settled as minister for a Congregational church. He made a bed failure at preaching, and went into business with his brother in New Yor...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 16 October 1884

FA8 IN WIllr FllC 1mses ueswea Parls ma @euewa. Correpodene of the New York Sun. In going from Paris to Geneva, vi DIjon, we pass through the best portion of France For hundreds of mlese every inch of ground is oul tivated. Theabrupt sde hills are in grape vines and the lat land in grain. Here we the phenomenon of double crope-a crop of grdin and vegetables growing under a crop of trees. The Normandy poplar tres are from an inch to three feet in dameter. They are planted thick ly, but give no shad They are trimmed within si: feet of the top. The bough, which are at off every year, make faggot enough to warm France. We often ee men and women orad. ling wheat or hoeing beete in the midst of a wood giving no shade When you look across the ountry the tall, boughlees trunks look like bl streks painted against the sky. They make the view very picturesqun Our farmers on the prairies could lant black walnut treee where they want fenee trim them tothe tope preventing shade, then string barbe...

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. — 16 October 1884

Sitting Bull on Politics. A New York Truth reporter inter .viewed Sitting Bull on politics with the following result : "What do you think of the country of the pale faces as far as you have been?" inquired the reporter. "Big country; heap big. Pale face like the blades of grass. Injun big chief, too; much fight. Ugh!" "Yes, there are a number of scalps to be taken hereabouts," suggested the reporter. "Scalps ? Yes, many. But big chief no want more scalps. Him have plenty. Make peace with white broth er all the time. White brother too many for poor Injun." "Have you looked over the political situation Mr. Bull, with a view of cast ing your vote ?" "Yes I shall vote for Belva dear." This in e English. The reporter ghawhat d-i-d you say, Mr. Bull?" ""Ughl Big Chief " "You are acquainted with James 3. Blaine, I presume?" "Me know Jim Blaine. Him no gooo. Him write Mulligan letter. he.p Wampum. Him sly fox." "Then you wont vote for Blaine." "Not this moon." t'What ?" "Ugh!'" "Does Grover...

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. — 23 October 1884

i. U o -Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thumday, opt. 23, 188K Prso 10 * IDEN, FITTRSDAY, Oct. 28, 1884. pUBLSHED EVERY TIWItfDAY BY aLL & VROOXAN. Bred at Maid. P.O. Seased C aIs .a.. er. TERMS OF SUDBSCRIPTION : monthi.---. -.- 8.0 e Year.- ADVERTISIN BATES: ich, one insertion ....... **..""" 1.00 ý, .. month...- * .....« ........«»»SAD one ....... ................... 16.00 pecdal rates given on large apace and standing Isements. al notices 1 cents per line. isl advertisements payable strictly in ad. Profesuional Cards. VT. MCFARLAND, I. S. DEPUTY INERAL SURVEYOR ! AIDEN, - MONTANA. I attend to all matted connected with Ie Land Offoe or the Public Sunrveys. X. WATERMAN. H. G. MC INTIRE. WATERMAN & McINTIRE, TTORNEYS AT LAW FT. BENTON, M. T. Il attend to all business intrusted to ur eare from Maiden and vicinity. 1ifAIDEN V1eat Market. TRAINOR & BURNS, Prop. All kinds of Fresh Beet, Perk, Mutton, Sausage. do., &a. AIN ST., NEXT TO Boissonneault'e. P Fresh Vegetables, Ch...

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. — 23 October 1884

'Chi cistral grpus. FELL & VROOMAN. Publishem. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA. Hostilities in China have begun to affect the price of tea markets. There has been an increase of prices all round and importers are by no means disa pos-l to press sales. Chicago has been investing an aver age of about $16,000,000 a year in new buildings, the feature in stroctural work there this year being the number of large and expensive commercial edifices under way. There is one item that the agricultur let produces that bears relatively a high price, and that is, meat. It fol lows that the production of beef, mut tom, pork and poultry ought to be a paying bndaeses. With wheat at 80 cents a bushel this matter is worth con sideration. It is said that the shriakage of stooks has reduced Vanderbilt's fortune near ly eme fourth though he still enjos a comfortable income, and is not an ob ject of commiseration. Another turn at the wheel of fortune may restore his stocks to their former value, aud place his we...

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. — 23 October 1884

F111, FINl AID FIUID 8,.eiainsamsneaear. There i a woman in Springfield, Massachusetts, who wites to the Union, of that city: "I don't take kindly to the practice of shutting all the doors and windows,sod keeping the house in loom darkness to keep the flies out. I wo rather have the sunlight with the flies if I can't have it without, andi if they bc Mme too numerous I am will. ing to take a hand in 'shoo* them out for the aske of keeping win dows open. A jury of that woman's country women would convict her of insanity without- another particle of testimony. Although but few years have passed since its introduction, Hydranges pan. iculata grandifora is well known to everyone who takes a lively interest in floriculture. It in among the finest basrd shrubs in cultivation, and is rightly considered, by many, the hand somest and most beautiful. Its merits are such that it takes pme-eminently the lead among ornamental shrubs wherever known. It is a native of Japan and is perfeotly hardy i...

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. — 23 October 1884

VULL * VEOOX&N ub/ss to tle pum-J. K. TOOLS. DwkttI AfWugf--J. A. JOIUcVTON. Ub %-JEIT. KOWELL Tuumm..-J. F. N~eCLWFroc1L Os'S sd /.muu-L. BYOIWIIT. Amuss-r& SNY-VU. Pmsts Jdge-J" L NtRIAY. P e Admaigraews-J. M. GRAY. a..ty Ohd.uýeer-THOS. A. WALL Uusvyrw-3- 0. WRITS der-DH3 S. KCL'M 9ept. PSUMA IinL-K A. H. DO3SXT. Cmmmtom-Dm. (.3MWILLI MTART. 3epnstwh.m-1 N(AsS& N. IL PARKER bI1.. Cinpp-JrVGKZ 3. KNOWL2 Distal- Aase~ue-WILU&AN H. HURT. T.ss,-DAVWD I. 7011DM1. C3M mid Us~iw-WtGIS ROTWWYT. Pt b.. Jadgm-3. W. RMIGE. VA'Ie A hmue'- U. 3. BARU . (ON" Cimw3LP UUY. $ v~e-ORNL UTAflURD. Csinew-c. W. C(VJL f-l. Punt. I~esh.- iA. NICIIOI& t'..eedi-Bum JANUS FUSOUS. 3ept~Wtsm-G. HATH. J.. STETNS.RI The Democrats claim West Virginia biy eight shorand. Of allud weri o tonguie or pen bhe kidder' are these: that Delva may Fraiduat Arthur has place4 Frank UIosu athtbhead of the p-ta The chaip for the round tnip fro St. f l toNew Orleaans sad return, -wo the expasinioin, has be...

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