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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 13 November 1884

oL iVI.o. 14" Maiden and__gi,_M. T. Thumday, Nov. 131 oL:E Tusa, o.1, 1884. Price 10 Cents IDEN THUIRI)AY, Nov. 18, 1884. pUaLIsHEp EVERY THURSDAY BY ILL & VROOMAN. g lame P.O. as Se $ t matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: mo....».»... .... 32.6 ye.r ....-...... .......... ...... ADVERTISING RATES: hn inserti........--.................. 1.00 .1 moath....... ............**--.. ...... 8.00 sis . ..........................................15.00 em Fa ear .....................................4.00 jai a- gives on large space and standing ts. al notices 15 Denats per line, isl advertisements payable strictly in ad. cc ProfesionalU Cards. 1 '. McFARLAND, U. 3. DEPUTY INERAL SURVEYOR ! IDEN, - MONTANA. I attend to all matters eonnected with the Land (ilce orthe Pnble Surveys. X. WATEXMAN. It. G. C INTIItE. WATERMAN & McINTIRE, TTORNEYS AT LAW FT. BENTON, M. T. I attend to all business intrusted to r care from Maiden and vicinity. MAIDEN eat Market. TRAINOR & BURNS, Prop. M kiads of Fr...

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. — 13 November 1884

the @r~in r l gripe. FE!.L & VIOOMAN, Publishers. MAIDEN, . - - MONTANA An illustration of the English methoi of making statesmen is found in the o f reer of Lord Dufferin, recently ap. pointed viceroy of India. Dufferin hau spent about a quarter of a cen tury in the foreign service, and has been sent upon diplomatic missions tc nearly every nation in the world. The politics of the party in power made no difference to him. Wha4aver his per sonal views might be, he simply sought to do the best he could for his country. Such has been his uniform success that ha is spoken of by his countrymen (that is, Britains, for he is an Irishman, not an Englishman as is generally supposed)' sq "our only embassador." The differ ence between Britain and the United States is that here every citizen has sm opportunity to qualify himself for any 1 public position, the probability being that he will sometime be called upon to fill one, while there the man must be especially trained, and upon only a ...

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. — 13 November 1884

uqDTTooAwsex. We linfered, In the act to part, The last word still unspoken, go beautiful she seemed and purs. Ah me! how I should miss her Unable longer to endure asked to klies her. A b deepet rose o'erspread Her face, as if to mask it, with a woman's art, she said, SFrank, you should not ask it!" Sooysmith in September Century. IiAYE II ADVERSITY. At Mr. Lonadale's aristocratic man sion the earliest letters were brought in with the rolls and coffee, so that Mrs. Lonsdale was languidly eating orange marmalade when her husband read out the contents of the letter with a black edge which had just come from Moon Mountain. "Left a widow!" echoed Mrs. Lons. dale. "And with six daughters. What a very unpleasant circumstance!" "She was my favorite cousin, " said Mr. Lonsdale. "As bright a girl as I ever saw. I suppose, Naomi"-with a little hesitation-"we couldn't take her in here?" "Take her in here?" repeated Mrs. Lonsdale almost in a scream. "Why, where could we put a widow and six youn...

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. — 13 November 1884

MAIDEN, THURSDAY, Nov. 13, 1884. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY PELL & VROOMAN. Billings is the second cattle ship ping point in Montana. Mingusville takes the lead. Tickets from Chicago to New York are selling for $ I 2 and from Chicago ,to St. Louis for $4.5o. The lightning Republican calcula tons of New York, will have four years in which to study their figures. A couple of dozen unhealthy eggs should be presented to St. John and Ben Butler, and tendered in the strong est manner possible. The turbine wheel in A flouring-mill at Waba n, Indiana, was twice stopped Thursday, by eels from the canal-Ex. This is the slipriest fish story, we have )Iead yet. Mr. Walker Blaine is of the opinior that "father needs a rest." On thu point, at least, the country seems to agree with the son of his fathei. Chicago Times. St. jQbn ~will tlink himself not only a saint in name but a saint indeed, before he hears the last of the male dictions that will be poured down upon his fanatical old head. Ge...

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. — 13 November 1884

MfARRIED.-At ufaider.. o0i the 6th inst., by A. 3. .Esr, Jtuiti4e, l lirnf iller to Mites Nellie Mutrphy. NortC zToo PR 5roa8.-All pal tieaknow. ing themsqlves to be indebtel ,to the firm of Thompson & Higley, are hereby requwted to call at the store of said gym, and settle at once, or steps will he tsk~i) to collect. Respectfully, Tnoxrwox & JIIGLsy, MuDsN, Oct. 80th, 1884. LOCAL NEWS. '.,ey come high-the.stars. John T. Athey is in~tqwn to-day. W. H. W tteop, of Lewistown, was in town, Tuesday. See notice of mingr's meeting in another column. Stetson's feather-wejgjt cow boy hats at N. T. Dinaniore's. The second crop of strawberries are now ripe. They coMe in cans. Thompson & Higley have put a coat of white paint on thqir store front. Speaking about "true blue" Repi,: 1i cans reminds us that there are plenty of "blue" ones just now. If this weather keeps ip the crop of snow this season, will fall helow the average. What fate await$ us next.? Broadwater, McNamara & C...

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. — 13 November 1884

POOR YE.D MOT=1Q. The' were talking of the glory of the land be pond the skies, Of the light and of the gladnese to be found in l'aradiwe, Of the flowere ever blooming, of the never- ceas ng song., Of the wand'rings through the golden streets of happy white-robed throngs; And raid father, leaning cozily back in his easy chair (Father always was a master-hand for comfort everywhere): "Wuat a joyful thins 'twould be to know that when this life ia o'er One mould straightway hear a welcome from the bleee shining shore!" And Isabel, our eldest girl, glanced upward from the reed She was painting on a water jug, and murmured, "Yes, indeed!" And Marion, the next in age, a moment dropped her book And a "Yes, indeed!" repeated with a most ec static look. But mother, gray-haired mother, who had come to sweep the room, With a patient smile on her thin face, leaned lightly on her broom Poor mother! no one ever thought how much she had to do And sas "I hope it is not wrong not to agree But seems ...

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. — 13 November 1884

Iouis Kassuth in Washington From Reminiscence of Ben. Perley Poore. Kossuth had been released from his imprisonment within the dominion of the sublime porte, by request of the Government of the United States, and taken to England in the war steamer Missaissipi. In due time he arrived at Washington, where he created a marked seusation. The distinguished magyar wore a military uniform, and the steel scabbard of his sword trailed the ground as he walked. He was the guest of Congress at Brown's Hotel, but those Senators and Representatives who called to pay their respects found members of his retinue on guard before the door of his his apart ments. armed with muskets and bayonets, while his ante-room was crowded with the members of his staff. They had evidently been reared in camps, as they caroused all day and than tumbled into their beds booted and spurred, furnishing items of liq uors, wines, cigars and damaged furni tore for the long and large hotel bill which congress had to pay. M...

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. — 13 November 1884

Facts about the Little Rocky Placers. As many of our readers here have undoubtedly observed, since the dis covery of placer diggings in the Little Rocky mountains, the Anous has en deavored to give unexaggerated reports of the value of the diggings as vgl as permanency thereof. While other papers, nearly as close to the diggings as this, have given publicity to every report that reached them, and lauded and boomed the new Eldorado with all their power, we have presented noth ing but facts, to the end that Eastern, Montana might be spared the terrible ordeal suffered by the west, in the collapse of the now famous and ae. cursed Coeur d'Alene diggings. The people of to-day, particularly of the west, look to the newspapers for reliable information pertaining to sub jects of general interest, and, we are sorry to say, too often find and digest buncombe-boomn-slush that the aver age editor, with a thought to the well fare of his readers, would hesitate to publish with his endorsement-cau...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 20 November 1884

di'n No.15. a __ M ---- l' Maiden and Maginnis, M.T., Thursday, Nov. 20; 1884. Price 10 Cents " ,  ; r,''' .,,,. I- T .. . . . . .. .. .. .. . .. . . . ".. .... . ... MAIDEN, THUIIRSDAY, Nov. 2O, 1-84. pyBLISI1ED EVERY THI'RR)DAY BY aLhL & VROOMAN. astred at Maiden P. 0. as Second Cl.,, matter. TERMS OF SUlS3CRIPTION: Six months ............ ..... ............. ............ 2.00 O Year ..................... ........... ... ............. $.50 ADVERTISING RATES: 1 lace, one insertion ...................................... 1.00 I " ,, month ................................... . 3.00 1 '" six " •..... .... ............. ..........15.00 i one year ........................... ............24.00 pecial rates given on large space and standing advetisements. Local notices 15 cents per line. apecisl advertisements payable strictly in ad. Professional Cards. W. T. MCFARLAND, U. S. DEPUTY MINERAL SURVEYOR! MAIDEN, . - MONTANA. Will attend to all matters connected with the Land Office or t...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 20 November 1884

FE!., & VROOIMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA. The term "outside speculations" still continues to figure in the news, as the explanation of a large number of busi ness failures. A collapse by a house that has closely adhered to its legiti mate trade or business is the exoeption Since the riots in Cincinnati, caused by lax administration of justice, one murderer has been executed, and al though a half dozen others have been condemned t0 death, respites and com mutations of sentences and the inter vention of the Supreme Court have se far kept them all from the gallows. The people am getting impatient at this virtual defeat of justice. The businesssituation of England U quite as depress'ng as anywhere else. The London Spectator, first class au thority on business matters, says that so far as Great Britian is concerned, that there is yet to be a general and considerable shrinkage of values. II thinks that the "middlemen" are to be very generally crushed out, and that liquidati...

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. — 20 November 1884

Jont.s, of the Republican national commit. tee.:laiis the Ksatovery pocitively by a good n,njorit'. n'1l Is supported by ex-Gov. Corvl:ll. who estimate. 7,000 plurality. ('harle E. Smith. of the Philadelphia Pres, and one of the best-posted men on rew York politles olaima 1,500 majority. On the other hand, the New York Times has re dooed its essimates to 3,125 plurality for gleveland, and the Democratic man g are positiue in their assertions of victory. New Jersey and Connecticut are acceded Demooratic. Indiana i still very /osbtful, and steady reports of Republican pins Indicate reasonable grounds for hope ichigan is also among the uncertain, it be ag feared that the fusion ticket will be sue. cesful. In Virginia the result has not been decided yet. Mahone positively claims a liepublican majority, while the Democrats are equally positive to the contrary. The probabilities point, however, to a Democratio victory in that state by a reduced majorlty. lince yes trday West Virginia has...

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. — 20 November 1884

)MAIDEN, THURSDAY, Nov. 20. 1884. PIBLIISHED EVERY THUIRSDAY BY PELL & VROOMAN. Knowles' majority in this county is 8i. Indiana has 2o6 coal mines, produc ing annually 2,500,ooooo.tons of coal. President Arthur has appointed Lee Mantle, of the Butte Inter-Mountain, to succeed Crosby as governor of Montana. This appointment will give general satisfaction tq-Republicans. With the announced election of Cleveland as president, how many post masters subject to presidential appointment will suddenly become rank, rabbiMi democtats ? Echo* an swers (?) "Destiny shapes our ends." It did seem that dertiny had got through with Roscoe Conkling, yet the New York legislature may destine him to fill the vacant senatorship of that state. The differance between Conkling and Blaine is simply, Conkling--Detiny; laine-Divinity. Cop Mprphy has escaped from the Helena jail, and the p4pner of his es cape remains a prQfound mystery. There is something crooked in these jail deliveries. The Helena jail ...

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. — 20 November 1884

N;TICE To) DEiTOrtS.- .I IAmrtie' know _ng themselves to be indebted to the j6n of Thompson 4 Higley, are hereby equestced to call Pt tine store of said ,re, and settle at once, or steps will be taken to collect. Respectfully, THOMPWON & HIO.LET, Ma1De' Oft. 80th, 1884. BONVTo Mr & Mirs. Hermann W. Iigley, Nov. 20th, 1881, a boy, weight LOCAL NEWS. rarinerd will start for America by same future coach. W. J. Marsland, representing Fraser & Chalmer's Denver bhouse, is in town, in the interest of the company. Henry Simone was up from Spring Creek last Saturday. He says he cam stand defect as well as Jinx Blaine or Grover Cleveland. Several Maidenits will be entertained this evewning by the bachelor officers of Ft. Maginnis. A pleatsant time is con fidently expected. H. W. Higley is the father of a hounc ing boy that made its debtt this morn ing. He is as happy and proud it a boy with red-top boots. Congratula tions. T. c. Power & tro., of this city, saet ,127 of Littl...

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. — 20 November 1884

THE FITH OF TIE IEWS Washiarton Iews. Poet3fice establieshed: Dakota-Cleari ake, Iotluel county. Minnesota-Loyd, Sacque Parle county. Montana-Potomac. Deer Lodge coun ty. Potmasters commissioned-. A. Gatch ell, Potomac, Mont.- Jennie Dunlap, Tokna, Mont.; Andrew H. Kinyon, Bruce, Dak. ; Ni mon Morgan, Coyle, Dak.; A. W. Morrison, Flat Hea, ot. ; J. W. Kosmicki, Hatm Park, WiR. ---- atlroee~t id vetl r ew s. A utan named David Sally was killed on the Northern Padse just east of Fargo. He was a native of Ontario. A smashup of a freight train is reported to have occurred on the Wadena division of the Northern Paiflc, destroying seventeen care and slightly injuring Conductor Robert Carr an . raking the leg of a brakeman. eseas at OmaMIes. A Are in theo eo house of theMonatana eni tentir at Deer Lodge did damage to the ex tent of POaQ Dispatches from various points along the St awrence stete that there has been no such a storm as that of last Wednesday night for the flft e gra. So farno...

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. — 20 November 1884

A Mllaon Deat Mutes. Pittsburg Dispatch: It is a merciful provision of nature that when one of the fve senses is lost, the remainder be comes much more acute. Thus the man that is deaf usually finds his sight and memory strengthened. Particular at tention has been paid in recent years to those afflioted with deafness. The number of deaf mutes in the world is roughly calculated to be from 700,000 to 900,000, and of these 63 per cent. are add to be born deaf, and others losing their hearing through different acci edte. The number of deaf mutes in tireat Britain is probably about 20,000. To meet the educational wants of these there are on the face of the globe 397 institutions, containing 26,473 inmates of both sexes, and employing over 2,000 teachers. For loss of appetite take Allen's Iron Tonic Biers. All genuine bear the signature of J. I' Allen, Druggist, St Paul, Minn. Thomas W. 8aton, editor and proprietor of the Canton, Ohio, Repository, died recently aged fanfy-ture yeasra 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. — 20 November 1884

A Cheap M.. It would s matat about as cheap a quartz ,..n as can be constructed c, a gotten up with an ordinary - lsurleigh or Ingersoll drill, a stamp be ing attached in place of the drill. Superintendent Boyle, of the Alta mine, has so rigged a drill for pros pecting purposes, and he fin ': that he can crush about ten tons of ore per dlay with it Such a drill costs about three hundred dollars; therefore, for some six hundred dollars, not count ing in the boiler that would be requir ed to produce the steam for running, one might rig up a mill having a capacity of 24 tons per (lay. The next improvement made in quartz mills will probably be to apply the steam directly to each stamp, the stem of the stamp moving as a piston in the cylinder.-Virginia City Enterprise. Northern Pacific TraMc. The earnings the Nothern Pacific company for the month of October were larger than for any month in the road's history The amount was *i, 461,370. The earnings of October last tear were nominally wi...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 27 November 1884

6. Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thursday, Nov. 27, 1884. Price 10 Cents ov. 27, 1b84. tratAR Y BY 0OMAN. O. .as ~iesn Clas matter. RMS IP'ION: .. .*...-. .......... . 12 Year...-.. ... a .......... ........»»..... AD;P RATES : . :...... ....... ..... .. 00 .................................... a.uo e ................ 24 00 I rates gi a 1a esnd standing Sie strictly in ad. - Ir ~.AAA;N D, IX V E Y Q R ' ! / A i " MONTANA. 03ietetd with the [and Pubiio Surveys. WA'j roc MCITIIREi ° r MuNIR AT LAWI TON,~~~~%&S~; N M. T. 11 ito v1 bubiusine intrurdod to ur fromu .Maidenm aund v\ihhiity. EN ledý, Market. TIRA1Ki &. BYRNS, Propj. Li kindis HFresh Beef, Pork. Mutton, . Sauge. tec., &c. IN S#'r.. T1 I'n.T ItoiKuI uhiIt. F "V dgotahles, 4 heere and IuIu or Aways (n Hated. MAIDEN illiard Hall JOSEPH %1ASO)N, Prop. a BIahswx% AND BAI.K BIl.LIAD AND 1Poo. TABI.I.S. StIOeked with , t I l.I,: ]Ir:utl ,f -x Liquor', ,al t'ip cs. AIill J E'i'T , MAIDEIN, M. T. Andersonville aw Mill. BEN....

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 27 November 1884

!i"LL & V1IOOMAN. Publishers. MA 1 DEN, - - - MONTANA. The London papers regard the firm ness of prices of American bonds amid the presidential crisis as a striking il lustration of the stability of democratic institutions. A movement is on foot to transplant the Concord School of Philosophy to Chicago, or rather, to have its next meeting in the garden city. It is to be hoped that this nonsense will not ob tain a foothold in the west, and no one who knows the west can believe in the possibility of such a thing. Five of the members of the New York Press Club who ran for office were triumphantly elected, to say nothing of the walk-over with which fortune fav ored Joseph Pulitzer in his race for Congress. Colonel Merriman of the Sun will also be a member of Congress. It is a question in journalistic circles, which has not yet been settled, whether a newsp. '~er man can accept any office from president to coroner without com promising his dignity and lessening the sphere of his infl...

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. — 27 November 1884

SETTLED AT LAST. Theo ighet Republican Author. itle. Coneede the 1looe4on of Cleveliad M President. She Couat in New York County Conoluded, and the Tribue Kake.s CleveIand's Plural it~ oe1,067. sr. Ulalue Aeoeop the lenslt it a stet ewsetal ansuer sad Does 3ot Ier Gat Down. Telegrams to the Pioneer Press. New Yox, Special Telegram, Nov. 15. In spite of the fact that in the canvass to-day gains of a hundred or more were reported for Mr. Blaine there is no doubt in New York to-night that Grover Cleveland has carried the state and is elected president. The Tribune itself conoedes the fact to-night and will to-morrow morning announce the election of Cleveland. The Tribune's figure. give Cleveland's plurality in the city at 48, 064, and in the state at 1,070. These agures were made upon the heads of the electoral ickets, however, and it is known that Oswald Ottendorfer, the editor of the Staats Zeik.L , who heads the Democratic electoral ticket, runs behind his colleagues about 162 vote...

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. — 27 November 1884

MIAIDEN, THURSDAY, Nov. 27, 1884. PI'BLISHIED EVERY THUIlRDAY BY FELL & VROOMAN. President Arthur is engaged on his annual message to Congress. Cleveland takes the cake, but to use an alliteration, Burchard busted the bakery. Do the eyes of the dead retain the last impressions received in life? Ex. Certainly! The last thing the republicans saw was Cleveland's plu rality of 1,xo7. The sentiment of the people of Montana is decidedly in favor of a general re-running of county lines and the creation of several new counties. Beyond a doubt a bill to that effect will pass the next legislature. The Independents are out in an ad dress to Grover Cleveland, stating what they expect and what they be lieve they will receive at his hands in the way of civil service reform. They intimate that they are just as ready to "buck" against him as any one else if he falls below their estimation as a civil service reformer. The Anaconda Review m an article giving warning to night prowlers and a class ...

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