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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 23 October 1884

0.40t'InO-rge ;Oth. WAk, at the deml. drnce of yr. A Mrs. WiliamB FerF?".0o1 Noto 3lder. . ºid8lertM 0rra12 $ trgts both 05f1 M r cuto .Mn~ Ctal R . Bisrqlp BIRTH-=At LsedytOwn b tobSee. 15, to Dr. &Deora. LA.A i ts Se hri~tt*edrm te i nther. Molumn. Father Etwaweilir. Mr. A Viia. J lbt LaeOCALn se _ that NEWS. eeon Gralville hStuart expects to go east shuwrtly. W. Ki, Wstson, of Reedafort, was in town yesylear. . See call for Democratic caucus in another column. Have you eean that eye? What eye r Wilt-eye. Several fIr egA cnst have been played during the pn.t week. Sani. Kohlberg. of the firm of bans Klein, Hoeton, is in town. Here is our teDavid. for .a hun. red per cent. increase In lamabs next ear. W. P. Brainerd anticipates going The to epend the winter in a short ime. It would ne hard to find better mn. rial fBro i conwaible than Jsterd Vsashbe n. David Hilger and W. T. Swope, ac mprnnscd by their brides, will be in ºwI this evening. J. J. McCormick, of Rexvflle, N. Y., ro...

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. — 23 October 1884

What is the traut to beiehve wMs. is the right to be doues Cahnt in the webs I weave, I ai fr seaun to easL The bright wind sowsanong, Calm nature's streaming aw, And its stroke is soft and strong Asa leopard's velvet paw. Free of the dowbdigg mind, FuR of the olden power, Are the tree, and the bee, ad the wind, And the wren and the brave Bay-sowSe. Man was the last to appear, A .w at the close o day; Suer Jabern now in fear, HeRpe lacksmad way. All ths up thrust is game, PoreA D toease frmof aid, She yosth oa the w,-?d is 4d There are eases in they Sfiat ae chmied end Jead And the des da ag sain nigh. she time is too bsotin grpiev Or to soose, for ir and is .me; And whet in the trthe a belnve, Andwhe* sitheright to be doim? "Tom mmn. thou, Trevor, that you have the serioo. lntention of marrying this Mice Orawgie?" "I demt think, Comain Barbara, that I ever mentiomed the word marriage; before I speak of mach a thmg I must Lset discover it sweet madge Craigie I"hee me." "Sweet Madge ...

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. — 23 October 1884

!sam the 'almUs - t uajur The ass complains of the eadk even in July. A single light answers - well for a hundred men as for one. Teach my tongue to say "I do not know." Thy friend has a friend, and thy friends friend l.as friend; be discreet. If a word spoken in its time is worth me piece of money, silemce in its time is worth two. The soldiers fight and the kings are Make but one sale, and you are called merchant. If the fox is'klng, bow before him. The rivalry of schlars advance sulI once. The world issaved by the breath of -ol children. Even to rebuild the temple the schools must not be closed. Blessed is the son who has studied with his father, and blessed the father who has instruated his son. Rabbi Eleasor said, "Who es ebar. ity in secret is greater than Moses." Babbah said, "Men should be careful least they ause women to weep, for God counts their tears." In oases of charity, where both men and women claim relief, the latter should be first assisted, if there should not be ...

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. — 23 October 1884

LOCAL NEWS. * Five miners, in eleven days. took out of the Montana and Oro Cache mines 127 tons of ore that will run over $100) per ton. Tom Kerr, one of the owners of the Silver Star lode, ciommenced work on the property this week. It has a good body of ore in eight. J. R. Kemper and Sam. Richardson, have returned fromn a hunting trip in the brakesof the Judith river, and near the mouth of Armell's creek. They secured several deer but report game scarce. There has been considerable blow about the Collar crookedness being straightened out and the mill put in operation. Hke hope no one will sit down and wait for that long deferred srdnt to take place. Maiden needs two good constables, men of strength and courage, and who will, fearlessly perform the duties of their offices. Sunday night, M &iden was absolutely without a peace officer; hence, no arrests. Considerable winter wheat is being sown on Spring Creek, in anticipation of the success of the new will enter prise at Lewistown...

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. — 30 October 1884

,1 P ri Ije Ifiuvoi 2xu. _ Gl .No 12. Maiden and Maginni, M. T., Thursday, Oct 30, 18B4 Prie 10 Cents he wixad rg. EN, "MTTURSDAY, Oct. 80, 1884. pUBLISHIED EVERY THURSDAY BY ILL & VROOMAN. at Maide P. 0. as $*oeud Class matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: months... ................................. " " Year . . . ................. *... .....- ....... 0 ADVERTISING RATES: h, one insertion .......................... .... 1.00 . month .»...-*........»*................. Loo *. .. " , *.. ......................... ......15.00 one year ........................................ ·· il rates gives on lr1ge space and steding iementa. notios 15 cento per lime. Iel advertisements payable tricetly in ad ce Professional Osrds. . T. McFARLAND, U. S. DEPUTY INERAL SURVEYOR ! AIDEN, MONTANA. I attend to all matters connected with the Land Olice or the Public Surveys. I. WATERMAN. II. G. MC INTIRE. WATERMAN & McINTIRE, TTORNEYS AT LAW FT. BENTON, M. T. ill attend to all business intrusted to ur c...

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. — 30 October 1884

FELL & VROOMAN. Publshers. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA. The sleepy old city of Charleston, South Carolina, has at last awakened to great prosperity, sand bids fair to eclipse Memphis, Atlanta, Augusts sad other flourishing southern cities. Cbhrleston has become very healthy sad is not very hot even in summer, as the atmosphere is tempered by breezes from the ocean. The season of church fairs approaches and the moralist tells us they are more injurious to the s of religion then benecisal to the church, however large the receipts may be. This story is told from year to year and still church fairs continue to be held a usuaal-and bar ring lotteries and the whole brood of gambling devices, importuning to bay useless gimoracks, etc., thereis no reaso why they should be diseontinued. The cost of transferring wheat from interior Indis to England is 50c to 70e per bushel, which is more than four to ivefold the cost between Chicago and Liverpool. It is estimated by sathori ties on this questio...

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. — 30 October 1884

When drop betde 0 Ws1 wº wdj' --ý"-_bsede TOs Ope he W h sPe? what )gl-a- The weed. ~*- grrs5 widow on the chase w gee' served and. ne raws low, Wmt brin the ather-did ar ow? The weed? Life, 11ll0 fi ITs ,SiL An old man sand a yong man met in an up own museum the oether day and foad mutual interest in discuasing a demofsnakes. "Ifyouwoulda reto hear t, said the oldman, who was old only in years, his sturdy form indicating that I not more than three-quartereof hslife was behind bim. "If you wouli oare to hear it Iwill tell you a story about a snake, not one of these sbreig t eptiles, but a home-bred rattlesnake, too com- I mon, I suppose, to And a place here." "Tell it," said the young man. "Snake stories are always interesting." And so it came about that fifteen min. I utee later the two sat at a table in the i quiet corner of a qmet restaurant with a bottle of Tokay, for which the place is famous, between them. Theold man lifted the wine glass between his 1 thumb and finger, watc...

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. — 30 October 1884

MAIDEN, THIUR8DAY, Oct. 30. 184. i PHi.ISHED R tvRY ThURIWsY BY :FpLL & VROOMAN. aseashte Vwtr p.t rase Tckeet. Delegate to Congmp-J. K. TOOLL District Amttne-J. A. JOHNSTON. Sherib-JEFF. JIWELL Tr.asmrr-J. F. McCLINTOCK. Crek 4nd Recorder-L. ROTWITT. Ameeqor-8. SNYDER. Probate Judge-J. . MURRAY. Public Admilistrator-J. M. GRAY. County Commisetoae--THOS. A. WAIL. Sureyor-R. G. WRITE Coroner-DR. 8. KUMPE. Sapt. Public Inst.-MISS A. N. MDOWSY. Counclman--Heon. GRANVILLE STUART. s.puliirei-m-P. iOOI* M. H. PARKER. aUsgeser Cea#y meabase*3 T e.S D.lpate to cOmrew-JUDO H. xNOWLn. District Asorney--WITLLA. H. HUNT. ~ heri-H. sIMONS. Tsar.m--DAVID HL OISO1M. . aCk mmorem-LOUIS IOTWITT. Amsor--WM. WALLACE. Probate Jdg-.a W. BADGER. Public Admiistratr- H. H. BARNE. ounmty Commlsaioer-RALPf BERRY. Surveyor-GOO. STAFFORD. Cor.er.-C. W. Oo9K Sept. Public l iu4io-MI 4. NIC IO I. Coiucaiu-aeg. JrAMS P soia. ,ep r.piLi~4,.e. HATCH. J. . STBEVES. Of voting precincts in this part of the Count...

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. — 30 October 1884

0N SAFEGUARDs. There is very little protection against egal voting in Montana. The stat. tes only require that "they shall have ided in the territory six -months, and the county where they may offer to te, thirty days next preceeding the y of election." A voter not being required.to regq r or to remain in a, voting precinct y stated time, g;ves great opportunity r repeating or fraudulent voting. ile the law as it now stands may ve some merit in a sparcely settled ntry, as we increase in population e purity of the ballot box is con antly menaced. A man'could mount horse on election day and by swift ding, vote in several precincts in this unty, without the legality of his vote ing questioned, except tor repeati. g, d this could not be asceiainrd rhaps, until after election, when no e will prosecute the case. Let every honorable c tizen be on ard, be he Republican or Democrat, d see that we have an honest ballut. e penalty for illegal voting' is as lows: 'If any person not having the q...

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. — 30 October 1884

ELS WOn". O idle words' WLvy will ye never die, But foat forever in :ht r y, Dimming the stars that shine in memory, Destroying hope and causing love from earth toflee. fll-omened birds O idle words! Preving upon the heart, Leaving wsth wounds a deadly smart; Ezp ring breath that taints the very r . Will ye forever leave your victims to despar? Il-omened rds. O idle words! How many are the tears That ye have eauned to sow; the fears Ye have begot and made to mountains grow, Crushing the innocent beneath a weight of woe, Ill-omened birds. O idle words! fot flight is ever on, In heaven darkening the sun By wear, journeys without deu. Th wend your dreary way unto me judgment -Every Other Saturday. llA1 NOUgULAS. "Irm sorry to interrupt you, sir, but tha lock on your satchel is broken, making things unsafe, besides being a very shabby old bag, sir, begging your pardon." So quoth Eliza, relict of Jo siah Nime, the sexton, to her lodger, the Rev. Julius Byron. "What a bore exclaimed this ...

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. — 30 October 1884

got asmesm " s. From the Loadon Stadard people who are already complaining of the heat while this summer is scarce ly a month old, says the XIXeme Slecle, should remember the extraor dinary weather of former years. In 627 the heat was so great in France and Germany that all springs dried up; water besame so scarce that many peo ple died of thirst. In 8702 work in the aews bad to be given up; agricultural laborers persisting in their work were ctrook dawn in a few minutes, so pow *rfnl was the sun. In 998 the sun's rays were so fierce that vegetation burn ed up as under the aLtion of fire. In 1000 rivers ran dry under the prctracted heat, the fish were left dry in heaps and putrifled in a few hours. The stench that ensued produoed the plague. Men and animals venturing in the sun in the summer of 1022 fell down dying, the throat parched to a tinder and the blood rushing to the brain. In 1132 not only did the rivers dry up, but the ground cracked on every side and became baked to the h...

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. — 30 October 1884

LOCAL NEWS. Jo,hn Dunton has gone to Benton for ~a large stock of liquorr and cigars. It js thought the Monarch Billiard Hall will change hands upon his return. Jeff. Howell, J. F. McClintock and Sam. Snyder, arrived in Maiden last_ Saturday by private conveyance. They are "fixing up the fences" in this end .of Meagher. We understand that only $400 has been collected of the amount sub scribed toward the Lewistown flour mill. We hope this enterprise will not lag for want of funds. Ed. Lawrence, of Flat Willow, is building a residence and stage station on the east side of the creek. It will contain seven or eight rooms and af ford good accommodations fur the traveling public. Graham Bro's freighting outfit ar rived in Maiden, Monday, from Junc tion City, loaded with 25,000 pounds of general merchandise for L. Belanger. This energetic merchant now has four warehouses and two stores filled to the brima with goods, consisting of clothing, hats, caps, boots and shoes, furniture, wines, li...

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. — 6 November 1884

1and Qi~e ~Mimerrt _ _~lt~ L1 Maiden and M M T y N -884 - P 10 Cents SIAIDEN, THITRSDI)A , Nov. t, 1884. Il BII:UIED EVERY TH(TrRSDAY BY FELL & VROOMAN. Entered at Maiden P. 0.as Second Class matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : Rix months ... ........ .. .. .. . ......... $2.00 One year ............... . ............ 3.50 AI)VERTISING RATES : I Inch, one insertion ....................................... 1.00 S month...... - ................................ 8.00 S six " .........................................15.00 S one year ..........................................24.00 Special rates given on la.ge space and standing advertisements. Loral notices 15 cents per line. Special advortisements payable strictly in ad Professional Cards. W. T. McFARLAND, u. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR! IAIDEN, - MONTANA. 'ill attend to all matters cnnetcted with the Iand Office or the Public Surveys. MAX. WATEIMAN. II. G. IC INTIRE. \WA'FERMAN & McINTIRE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW FT. BEINTON, MI. T. 'Will a...

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. — 6 November 1884

the Wiuerrl A u,. FELL A VROOMAN. Publishers. MIAIDEN, - - - MONTANA. The presidential canvass will soon be ended. It has been prosecuted with a good deal of vigor in certain pivotal states, and amidst much excitement, but on the whole, the country has been profoundly quiet. The result, whatev er it may be, cannot fail to disappoint millions, but all, with one accord, will be heartily glad that the agony s over. .u'-us. aiwuru le fles or sOe pre idential campsign is the oau-ass made by Mrs. Belva A. Lockwood. Without preideatial electors in a single state, she solicits votes and in all respects acts as if she felt sure of effecting something in the way of gaining popular support for woman suffrage. She will gain some notoriety of a cheap kind, as presidential candidate, but will not gain the respect even of those who, under other circumstances, would be glad to sustain the suffrage move ment. The special correspondent of the Lon don Times in the west of Ireland gives an exhaustive d...

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. — 6 November 1884

A BilK'S ILUSH 1 o5 s a "sg dm V Always Mlu- js.luah Walsh 0 alie SAdolph compliments Julia, and er eAes brighton, her cheek iurns, that youth had better analyse his feel ings twrd her before compulsion is brought to bear, says a writer in the Lbondeo Stalrdrd. And when she chnges color at a gay allusion to the resoures of feminine art, he will do prudetly to withdraw a little and sur vey the damsel critioslly from a post of observation. It is not easy for him to detect the most heartless imposture, if he have the inexperience becoming to his years and sex, and she have the ss racity, perhaps equally becoming to and in this department it atretcbe in coils unbroken from the earl iest date till now. It may be that our enamelers use the methods by which Jezebel painted her face, and certainly our ooiffeurs employ the pro case by which Roman girls dyed their hair over two centuries ago. It is prob able that smaller arts connected with their practices are not less long lived. When a l...

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. — 6 November 1884

\IAIl)EN. THURSDAY. Nov. ;. 1841. PIBLI$IIED FTERY TIIt I~D.\Y BY FELL & VROOMAN. Ben Butler; let us see, that name sounds familiar. Both parties can make up all the campaign lies they want to now. The die is cast. Northern Pacific cattle shipments this year have been the greatest since the road was opened. A writer in the Bozeman Courier speaks of Martin Maginnis as "the man who has been drawing Alex. Botkin's salary for the past )ear and his own for the preceeding ten." The New York Tribune represents Carl Schurz as "thanking God that he is not as other men are." If Schurz has got to thanking God for anything he has made great progress. It used to be his way to expect God to thank Schurz.-Globe Democrat James Stevens, of the Tranchant, has every reason to feel proud of the vote he received in this end of Meagher. He run clear across the pole-book. It remains to be seen whether the citizens of this isolated and limitless region called a county, have misplaced their confidence o...

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. — 6 November 1884

Nui'WFT~ IN) rtrflr . -Ai vrt i- 'k iriow to h,' i:rts ijý t~ the !irrsl o< rhon jIr44Il & IHighly, ii I*4 herely reitlt' to (l t the stor f a armi, and settle at Onle, or stepn will he taken to cotllect. RMtpctxfiiliy, THoI'MOIWN & IJI'ILEV, 'MAIDES, Oct.3`Oh. 1884. N0TIcE 1t) DEiRroS. --All partie kn1o wing themselv'P to he iidebte'd to the firm of Brlinerd, Girdner & Vo., a~re rtietlit('d twm ':ill aIrd a"mt),t' their AC(OflhitM within 10 dl'.a front this datin., L thc Iisineus h.um ('ha ngedl hi lndn. W. P. BRIINERD, MAIDEN, -NoV. 6th, 1894. Now it is Judge Martin and Judge Bharpless. Notice change in Hardware adver tisement. Henry Simons, from all precincts heard fronr, is ilhetad. Looks as though CleveIland was going to get awvay a ith New Yo rk. Fergus rshoV Unexlected strengthI from all points heard from. Andrcw Fergus was in Maiden to day and nmade it a IJletprsant (call. Two pans and a settler for the lri ginnis Co. re etn route fron BIillings. Our returns ...

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. — 6 November 1884

When a pair of red lips are upturned to your own, With no one to goesip about it, Do you pray for endurance to let them alone? Well, may be you do-but I doubt it. When asly little handyou're permitted to seise, With a velvety softness about it, Do you think you-can drop it with never a squeeze? Well, maybe you can-but I doubt it. Waen a tapering waist is in reach of your arm, With a wonderful plumpness about it, Do you argue the point 'twixt the good and the harm? Well, may be you do-but I doubt it And if by these tiaks you should eapture a heart With a womanly sweetaess about it Will you uard it, and keep it and act the good We m'yeyou will-but I doubt it TIE EEIBAL' WADU. Gen. Biddulph set back in his chair, looking the picture of misery, while his earrie was growing cold and his hench man and trusted servant Soott was amased and a little alarmed at such ex traordinary proceedings. The cause of all this was a letter with a foreign post mark held feebly in the general's hand. It wa...

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. — 6 November 1884

v sr Mssr.s rm am. s s.*a seM.. There i no doubt that William H. is a much poorer mman than he was two yeam go. In fact hi losses on account of unfortnae speculations, and espeo ally of those of his sons, are estimated tfrom 80,000,000 to e$0,000,000. Sinatbw old Commodore died, Cor nel asad William K. Vanderbilt havre pelted heavily with disastrous re usle and their father, William H., has bas obliged to shoulder their losses. It is now a matter of current report that the elder Vanderbilt has been hardly pinched for eady cash, and that his im mense fortune has rapidly been dimin ishing. The Wall-street brokers are very reticent when questioned about the atter and decline to be quoted, but they admit the rumors of Vanderbilt's losses are well founded. When the old commodore died he left Cornelium 45,000,000 and William L $2,000,000. These amounts, it is -.7 wae nyt invmanlu in TTnit btates bonds, which ielded Uornelinus an income of $200,000 and William K. about $80,00 a year. The...

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. — 6 November 1884

A Short-Ranged Nimrod. W 11hilh oiii (uil a r( ,' lit tilll nill, (,\I, <lition with hiter husba d .Mrs. Wash builrl provd hierself ino novice in the ulse of firetr:.; in fact she is justly entitled to the short-ranige chanmpion ship of thel territory. Of course, when a lady aecolnlpamles ia llnlilg party she is expected to do the ;coking, tend 'amp, gather fagots for the a(mlip-fire, etc., while the big brhaves ,;o in pursuit of the coy antelope and 2ae.jestic elk. Mrs. . W. performed all of the duties Isigir" to her with pleasure hbut was amnitious for greater achievemcnts and ia broader field of action. Noti'ilng on11e day, that the fiowling-piece was left behind she deternined to take a hunt on her own hook-thinking, perhaps, if she delpended upon the bravtes to pro cure neat for the ,party, they wouil l nlidr to .I..... I..... I. arrineu cap-a-pie, Mnie struck out for the prairie. She had not gone far before a rabbit, that seemed to have lost its hearings, crossed her l,:p...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
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