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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 27 November 1884

-fARRIED--At Maiden. ,ii ov~mr ber 24th. 1884, by A. 1. E~Sler, Il'lstice ,f the Peace, Amos Snydor, sq., I(, tfia Chilla Frost. LOCAL NEWS. Buffalo Coats at N. T. Dinsmore's. W. P. Brainerd started East by ! ta ,[onday's coach. Groesbeck & Poland are papering and double boarding their store. Louis Belanger.received several bar reis of fine apples last week. unsty Commissioner Berkins left for White Sulphur Springs, Monday. The Sunday-sehool-clhristmas-tree-do asting-box-sobheme realized a trifle over .22.00. Elegant Silk Handkerchiefs, Silk and Wool Pulse Warmers, and Fancy Hose, I just received at N. T. Dinsmore . The trusteesof the Maiden Reduction Co. have closed a contract with the owners of the Alpine and War Eagle for a large quantity of galena ore. Our school is now equipped with as fine a set of maps, charts and globes as is to be found in any publie school in the territory. They arrived last week. Fur and wool caps and a most com plete assortment of fine hats at N. T....

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. — 27 November 1884

IIILDMA. Chicago Trib,-P Prize Story. It was a sunr" evening in June, and Romulus Corners looked its best. Not that its best was anything to boast of, for it was not much of a place, consist ing only of a dozen or so straggling houses, two "genersi stores," and a meeting house, on a line of the Bosha wa and St. Paul railway. Al the buildings were of wood, and most of them painted a dark and hideous brown though here and ther, a verandah of vi vid green or a brilliant blue dowo step marked the dwelling of some unusually ambitious Cornerer. Ai. dwellers at the Corners agreed that old Deacon Tiflany's house was "the smartest in the lot," and this certainly could not be de nied; it stood on a small piece of rising ground overlooking the railway track,a somewhat conspicuous posi tion, where the eleven different colors, .which ornamented its front could not fall to be observed of all trav elers. These eleven colors were the pride of the deacon's Dbeart; he would stand by the hour and cont...

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. — 27 November 1884

AjMuma u a lIrtijiue. A correspondent of The London Gar ieners' Chronicle reports noteworthy .eturn from use of Ammonia as Fer ilizer. He purchased from a chemist put will hereafter try "agricultural am sonia, which is much cheaper": "I put four chrysanthemum plants by .hemselves and gave them a teaspoon. ial of ammonia in a gallon of water ;wice a week. In a fortnight the re ',t wa most ptriking, for though I t'erd the others with liquid cow ,aure they look lean when compared the ammonia-watered plants, ,ae leaves turned to a very dark , which they carried to the edge ifthe pots until the flowers weru out. As a matter of course the flowers were splendid. I also tried it on strawber ries, with the same satisfactory result, the crop being nearly double that of the others." The Washington monument on Wednesday lst reached a greater height than that of any structure in the world, being 520 feet and 1C inchee bove the floor of the monument. The next highest structure is the spire of 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. — 27 November 1884

MONTANA NEWS. Montana contributes four carloads ,of mineral and other specimens to the New Orleans exposition. Anaconda may proudly boast of a man who has not the decency to sup port h~s family or the better quality of nerve to commit suicide. Instead he is sojourning in Butte.-Review. This year on the first of each month the stock-holders of the diecla mine in Montana. received their a per cent.* a month, (*15,ooo) and August s5th last. a s per cent. special, making in all for 1884, $z5o,ooo cash dividends. The Hon. Martin Maginnis went east on Tuesday evening's train, bound for Washington. In reply to an in quiry respecting the political situation the Major said that he believed Cleve and was elected, and expressed regret that owing to local dissentions among Democrats Mr. Toole had received so small a majority, he intimated that this fact would militate against the ad mission of Montana as a state.-bil lings Herald. Farm irl of Dakota. (Chicagblo Herald.] A broad-shouldered, com...

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. — 4 December 1884

I. lMin rt c S ý-No7. 1-Maiden and Iginnis, M.T., Thursday, De. 4, 1884. rie 10 Cents IDEN, Yr'IRSDAY, Dec. 4. I4. VXjLISgID EVEILY TII:RnDAY 1B ILL & VROOMAN. Ij EMA.e P. 0. as Second CIrns matter. TIRMl OF SUBSCRIPTIoN : oths....... ...................... ....... . er ............................ ........ .............. Ar)VEIRTISIN(I RA'I'ES : Moe insertion ................................... . 100 S muntb..... .................................... 3.00 aia " ........... ................... .....1 . on6d ear ............ ... ... ............. 21.(g) rtea given on large pnace and standing guemen ts. 1 notices 15 cents per line. l advertiaseulent payable strictly in ad professional Cards. ,T. McFARLAND, U. S. DEPUTY NERAL SURVEYOR! IDEN, - MONTANA. attend to all matters connected with the land Odk)e or the Public $urveya. WATEItMK. II. G. .MC ISTIIRE. AI'I:RMAN & McINTIRE, TORNEYS AT LAW FT. BENTON, AM. T. attend to all usInt,"sit intrustted to r care from Maiden tand vi...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 4 December 1884

FI'E!.!, & VRHO MAN. Publishers. MAI)DEN, - - MONTANA. The great Pacific Company's whal ing vessels have returned to San Fran cisco from summer cruising. Ships have returned with no whales or only one or two. Other ships have returned full of oil and bone. What is to be noted is that the most humane captains have had the best luck. They have re turned with very profitable cargoes. Again the tide of specie has turned in favor of this country. Every incom ing steamer is freighted with the pre cious metals sent here to pay for ship ments of breadstuff and for American securities. It is estimated that $8,000, 000 in foreign gold has come to New York since October first, and that $2, 000,000 more will arrive before the first of 1#ebruary. There are six new states, perhap seven, to be carved out of the present Territories before many years: Dakota, Montana, New Mexico, Utah, Idaho and Washington. The date of their admission will depend more upon the plasure of Congress. When these are...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 4 December 1884

Fllg, !IUll AD FIWIRL lashresa ots. Quantities of red appear in new mil linery. Murray is a new shade between vio let and claret color. Corselets of Swedish kid are em broidered with gold and silver oord and beads. Dark red and blue s to be the fash iosable combination in dres and mil linery this fall. More dresses of black silk will prob ably be worn on the street this winter than any other material. Bonnets made entirely of black lace are popular just now for evening wear among middle-aged women. Bound turbans are to be revived to some extent and a good many of the ladies' hats will be made of plush. Crinoline is on the increase. One may as well take a long, last look atthe presset tight and shapely mode. Fob Chains are considered stylish for ladies wear, with plain tailor-made suits that have vests with slit pockets. Bonnet Strings of bius velvet are tied under the chin in two broadloops, with very short shapely pointed ends. Birds of rich plumage will continue to be worn on ladi...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 4 December 1884

MAIDEN, THURSDAY, Dec. 4. 184. PUIBLRIED EVERY TIIURSDAY BY :FELL & VROOMAN. ·----- h _~_~_,__ The next House of Representaqves will consist of x82 Democrats, 141 'Republicans, one G(reenbacker (Brum, .of penoylvania,) and one Fusionist, (Weaver, of Iowa). The Democratic majority over all is thirty-nine. As compared with the membership of various parties of the present house, this estimate shows a loss of nineteen vptes to thg Democrats and fqur to the Independents, and a gain of twenty-two to the Republicans and one Fusionist vote. OUR MAIL ERMVICE. Early last spring the citisens of Mai ,dep took steps toward securing better pnail service. 4 petition was sent to the 8gcond Ams~stant Postmaster Gen ,ral asking that the Overland poetoffice be discontinped and that Maiden be anlde the tsrainus for both the Benton Southern and Junction City lines, the former cspting in via Andersonville and termiqting here. An order, in com plyape with petition, was issued from Washington, but wa...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 4 December 1884

LOCAL NEWS. Buffalo Coats at N. T. Diusnlore'e. Jack Armold is hauling lumber into .his yard below town. Billy gogue is now :in eharge.of the Denton Southern Stage Line. ciallu4asket ball Christmas night. Don't fail to take it in. U. G. Chapman, an old tihuer in this section, has been heard from down in Texas. He was about to embark for Southb America. A. M. . Holter, of He leni, .one of the principal stockholders of the Maginnis Mining Company, Is expected to arrive :in town by this evening's coach. Next Tusday evening, December 9th, Sdaince will be given at Chamberlain's ranch, Grass Range. A general in vitiation is extended to all. Tickets, including supper, $.00. W'alter.Smith, Mike.Gilwbon and Sam Richardson started with their teams for Junction, Wednoaday, loaded with ore from the Florence mine. Thmy will return loaded with merchandise for Thompson & Higley. If you desire a nubby suit, rememn her that Dinsmore can fit you to a dot. He takes lmesures fur custom work and gua...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 4 December 1884

YENor~ O aD aOUIUAD. Frnom the Boston Transcript 'Twas when the sunset flushes Gilded the dear old home. When twilight's solemn hushes Bade holy memories come, We lingered fondly turning Towsa:l the spot we loved so well, With sad end tender yearnnig, To say our last frewell. No more for us the garden And loved-wreathed rooms to roam; The simgr there is warden No, no, 'te not his home! It Lath no memories bringing For him joy kin to pain; For him no echoes rn [an Shall bring the loved sgain. Sweet home! dear hernl o'erlowing With precious memories! Not lifei all its golg Shall brtr mor bleset then these A dear t picr evear As then, when sunset fell, Youth-gilded, thou forever e We'lUlove; sweet hom, farewelli - ~c-C U TIlE MEAI4 AI. From the New Orle1asThesD=nmera "It smells like the Garden of Eden," said the major, leaning forward in his saddle and peering up the long vista of the avenue closed by broad dights of steps leading up to a gleaming structure with many-columned gallery a...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 4 December 1884

- rema gsa lasts-. hec kidneys from very important channel for the outlet of dimsease from the system, ar rying of esuemulations that po0eon the blood. As the lunge remove the Carbonic acid, the liv. er the biliary acid, so the kidneys remove the uri acid. The undue accumulation of this acid is the poison that often produces rheumatiss, and other chronio disaes. The kidneys are often effected and cause serious disae when least sspectd, It there Is weakness, heat or pain in the back or loins, weariness, nervous retlessne,, and any unnatural condition of the urine, a hot, dry sklm, hetle fushes, bloating cf the body orswelling of the limbm, sanoyi~ headache, obstructed circulation, with sediment or gravely or albuminous de poeltsii the seuMon from the kidneys; or if that seretion be either extremely pale or high colored, then the kidneys are evidently not do. ilg their natural work. Many suffer from serious kidney trouble without knowing what ails them. No matter in what form the kidn...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 4 December 1884

The .rport that Lee M ntlc hal' been appo!ated go' ernor iN denied. An effort is being nade lotkiLg to the etection of smehting works at Bozeman. Governor Crosby entered upon hi< duties as First Assistant Postmaster General on the t th inrst. The World's Fair and the "Mardi Gras" at New Orleans can both be seen by buying excursion tickots via the NcrtLh.:rn Pacific railroad. Bob Roberts, an old timer, known to many of our citizens, is reported tc have recently killed a ri-n at Mledora. D)ak., during a disturbance.-Yellow stone Journal. The Helena Herald is of the opin ion that the population of Montana is between 90o.oo and xoo.coo, and that the assessed valuation of property will reach $50,000,000. President Arthur has commuted the sentence of Frnk Young to imprison ment for life. Young was sentenced to be hung for murder committed in Gallatin county last winter. The Avant Courier intimates that Sam Langhorne is laying p'pes for "a orfice." calculating that Cleveland will be the...

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. — 11 December 1884

/ , ,,' "-"e . ,- .. ,r , . . .1I. No.8!. -Ma~ideon and Maginni M. T., Thu y . , 1884, P 10 C Vo I. No 18 M~arsidenianda ginnis, M, TnudyDe11l, 1884.· P1108 10 Cents sit Wiuarn bInza. MAIDEN, THTTRSDAY, Dec. 11, 1884. pUBLISHI1D EVERY THURRDAY By yjgLL & VROOMAN. Umbred at Maldon P. . $s Se4se Class nater. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: oil months .....»-... ...........--..... ..... .... 2.00 one Year..........-. * .......... ................. 3.50 ADVERTISING RATES : I lach, one insertin............ -*.....».* »............ .00 I " month....................... ... 8.00 I ' six " .. ....... .................... 15.00 S on yar -... ....................... ..... 00 Special rates give bn largpae and standing dyertisements. Local notlcs 15 Cents per line, Special advertisements payable strictly in ad. sance MAX. WATIoMAN. II. o. MC INTIRE, WATERMAN & {cINTIRE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW FT. BENTON, M. T. Will attend to all business intrusted to our care front Maiden and vicinity. MATmEN Meat Mar...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 11 December 1884

FE!.L & VROOMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - MONTANA. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. The Discontinuation of the Coinage of 8ilver Dollars Most Earnestly Recommended. The Banks Compelled to Deposit an Excessive Amount of Security, Thlank the President. Methods for Extendnlg the Foreign Trade aggested--Conditlio of the War Department. Restoration of the Navy Urged--The Civil Service aw--A GraeekI Valedlietory. -as P saIDEN T'S ME.SAGL TEN lAT I UCTWO' To the Congram of the United States: Sinoe the close of your last seenson the Amer loan people, in the ezercise of their highest right of uffrage, have bhoeen their chief magistrate for the four years ensuing. When it Is remembered that at no period in the country's history has the long politieal con test which customarily precedes the day of the national eleotion been waged with greater fervor and ntensity, it is a subjeot of congratulation that after the controversy at the polls was over, and while the slight preponderanoe by whish the Issue ha...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 11 December 1884

of Aug. 1882, and March 30, 188% Oj the four ressels uader Coateat one, the Chi. cago, of 4,500. toma, is more than half tinshed; the Atlanta, 3,000 tone, has been suooessally launched, and her machlnery si -ow Etting; the Boston, also of 8,000 tons, • ready for launbching; and the Dolphin, a di/patoh steamer of 1.500 tomi, ls ready for delivery. Certin adverse criticisms pon the deiges of these orermers are dic d by thercrtary, who Insi th the correct nes of the ooncihulons reached by the ad visory beard and the depmartent eas been demonstratedbyreoentdeveloD mernbin hb building abroad. The of the double-turreted monitors PRuln, T and Amphbtrite oontraoed for undr ta acof larch s, iI in pooem of corN a the past year on their armor, for lack of te neoeesay i[ °· a tkn A fourth me_. tinished at the nay yard Califian. recommended ths early tets be ta to complete these vessels, ad provde aso an armament for the amonitor lanoma The recomnmendaous of the naval advisory boaerdappro ed...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 11 December 1884

MAIDEN, THURSDAY, Dec. 11. 1814. PUBLISIED F. vERY THUIRSDAY BY -FELL & VROOMAN. Toole's majority is narrowed down .to less ts n 250. The total popular vote 9f the United States in x88o, reached the sum of .9,210o,94, while in 1884, 10,0o41,268 were cast; a gain of 839,354 The total votp of the Territory at the last election was about 27,oo000, ,which indicates a population of over 1oo,oo0, a gain of 3,655 over 1882. The editors of the Billings Rustler .and Hertid are hanging on each other's necky, so to speak. *ey don't seem to fraternize. "Lay on, Mc-Duff(ine) and damned be pb," etc. The River Press publishes a list of federal officers who are liable to have their official heads cut off before many moons. The aggregate value of the offices of the different departments will approipinate $zoo,ooo. Six Bozeman idiots, named Roscoe Smith, J. C. Carter, William Manning, J. C. Marble, S. Drury and C.W. Hard wick, indflge4 in a pie-eating contest, a fgw evylpi8g:s singc. farter prove...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 11 December 1884

LOCAL N EWS. Fine, cool, bracing weather, this. R. Gies has fresh oysters on hand. you desire an elegant dish, get a n. Frank Murray espeeta to move his ily into - s new residence, to-mor w (FridaK.) Cabinet and Photo. Frames, at omipson & HIigley's. oe Herring went out hunting deer nday. He failed to meet anyone who deer for sale. e concentrctes separated from the Ip by the Frue Vanners, assay $1,568 r ton, and are 40 per cent. lead. e output of ore last week from the o Cache mine, shows, by assay, an erage valuation of $800.00 per ton. Joseph Wolfe, of the Post Hotel, ade us a brief call on Monday. Joe udiates the sage Then contract with Beidler. Go to Thompson & Iligley's for Drugs d Patent Medicines. The Helena Mining and Reduction mpany (operating at Wickee) has lared two dividends amounting to ,000 the last two months. 'AANTEI[-One team to go to June -n for about 4,000 pounds of freight, is month. Can have load both ways. ply at once to A. M. Esler, Maiden, ontana. The...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 11 December 1884

TE ITE OF THE EI Washingtna sews. The Democrats of Washington are very active and noisy just now, the subject of their shatter being the inauguration ceremonies. About a million claims for pensions have been Sled since 1861. More than half the whole number, according to the forthcoming reprt of he commissinor-54M8l,3 eahems in all-have been allowed. The president has appointed George D. An derson of 1tew York Indian inspector, vice larr resigned, and Charles P. Ashley of New York agent to the Indians of the Colorado fiver agesn ey, vice Clarke, resigned. Poetomces estabished: Dakot-I.ordsbarg. Bottines county. Potmcasteorsemtsem ed --.amouel Mthell, Maleton Dak. Ale C KdeUloveray, Weller Deak ;JcImif86H IDelkp Iown ; WaierI D. . lmer em byl ienjmrin F Flower Pao~Sc, Win; DaviJ Miller, Lorde erg, Def During the coming year the charters of ' setonal banks will terminate, unless their stoekholders avail themselves of the provi ign st the act of July 19, 181 PrFom the a lmas oft the Lt ...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 11 December 1884

New Tmaanat War. The tannekays bark, which comae from New Zealand, and is a new agent in tanning, is one of the novelties of commerce. This discovery is very recent. In 1878 the whole export from New Zealand was fifteen tons, but last year it was 875 tons. The gresterpart of the export is taken to Greno le, France, where itis used in dressing leather for gloves. The price of this bark in its native country is $40 per ton, and the freight is as much more. Hence it has been proposed to make the tree one of our own products, since the bark has at times been worth $250 per ton. It contains 28.66 per cent. of tannin, whereas oak bark contains only 8.85 and hemlock 9.5. The tonnekaya tree Is very beautiful, and, as its timber is very useful, it has every point of value. Being of the fir species, it is well adapted to the light soil of the South, and might do much to enrich that part of the Union. Chamged Ii. uai Aboat mee. I shall never call on Mrs. Smith again,"said Mrs. Jones. "Inever w...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 11 December 1884

MONTANA NEWS. I)avid (;odfrey, of the Basin, was held up in Helena, last week, and re lieved of $50 and a watch. The government is taking a hand in suppressing horse-thievingin Montana, if the vigilants leave any of them for federal action. With all due respect to the government, it has been proved that the cowboys' lariats are more ef 'ective in suppressing horse thieves than government red tape.--St. Paul Day. This session will close for the pres ent the congressional career of Martin Maginnis, who could add everyone in Northern Montana to the list of his stanch friends by putting through the bill opening the northern reserve. We believe that he will do all that is possible to accomplish this end and can see no reason why he should not be successful.-River Press. Attorney General Hunt expects to go Helena soon to qualify and as the the duties of his office at the of the supreme court. He has juarde!d his resignation as collector of customs to the department at Wash ington, and his...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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