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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 18 December 1884

VoL - . 19 Maiden and ini M. T. Thursday, Dec. 181884- Prie1 MAIDEN, TH1TR8DAY, Dec. 18, ,84. IIT.BIJSHED EVERY TIITTRDAY BY ELL & VROOMAN. Entered at MaiM P. O. as $ d Clas matter. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION-: Six months ..................... ......................... 20 one Year...... .....................*....... ........... t ADVERTISING RATES : I inch, one insertion..................... ............. O1.0 S" " moath.... .....«... ............... .. 8.(0 1 ' ix .. " ............. ...................... ......15.0 I " one year ...................... ............ . .00 Special rates given on large space and standing adver tiUmaents. cal notices 15 cents per line. Special advertisements payable strictly in ad. vance AX. 1tATERMAN. II. G. MCINTIRE. WATERMAN & McINTIRE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW FT. BENTON, M. T. Will attend to all business intrusted to our care from Maiden and vicinity. MAIDEN Meat Market. 'TRAINOR & BYRNS, Prop. Aiinds of Fresh Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage, &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. — 18 December 1884

FELL & VROOMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA. j~ ~ -- _ New York importers are said to be worried by the efforts of European houses to establish direct trade with nsatomers in the interior of this conn try. Drummers for British firms are noticed as far west as Minnesota and Iowa making direct sales to firms which formerly bought their foreign wares through New York imnorters, and the indications are that this effort to dodge the New York middle men will grow more and more extensive. The full returns from West Virginia show that she has adopted the consti tutional amendment providing for hold ing her state election in November in stead of October. This leaves Ohic the only October state so called, and there is a very strong effort being made in that state to secure the presenting te the people for their approval a like amendment, which, if adopted will greatly modify the struggle for the presidency, in various respects. The total assets of the United States Treasury now amou...

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. — 18 December 1884

C.icago New. I count my treaesre o'er with sg. he ittle toy tb baby know A little so-k of j.ded h-- S .litte lok of golden hair. og years ago this Christmas time, little on--my all to me robed in white upon my knee And heard the merry Christmas chime. "ITo me, my little golden-bead, If Santa CIa hould come to-night, What shall he bring my baby bright What treasures for my boy?" I sad. And then he named the little toy, While in his honest, mournful eyes There came a look of sweet surprise That spoke his quiet, trustful joy. And us he Ieped his evening pr y'r He asked the boon with ichdish tram; Then, toddling to the chimney-place, He hung his little stocking there That night, aslength'nng shadows crept, I saw the white-winged angels come With heavenly music to our home And kiss my darling as he slept they must have heard his baby pay'r. Nor in the morn, with smiling face, He toddled to the chimney-playe And found the little treasure there. Thy eame again one Chriltmastlje Ta~t geloho...

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. — 18 December 1884

MAIDEN, THURSDAY, Dec. 18, 1884. PUBLIt6IED RVPRY THURSDAY BY FELL & VROOMA N. Senator Bayard makes President Cleveland a visit. It is thought the Senator has been offered the highest place in the new cabinet. Senator Vest, who hails from a state that was at one time so ably repre. sented by Col. Frank James, made a speech in the Senate last week, ;against lte admission of Dakota as a state. Among the numerous historical curi. sities to be exhibited at the Newi Orleans Exposition will be the mode of an invention by Abraham Lincoln in 1845 for lifting vessels over shoals, The same inventor, a few years later, took a contract to lift the ship of state over the shoals. How well he suc peeded is a matter of history. In the late electiop quite a number in the county refused to vote for Gran. ville Stuart because he was instru mental in sending a few horse thieves !'over the river." They are entitled to all the comfort they can get out of Uncle Jimmy Furgus' article on the spbject (an...

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. — 18 December 1884

LOCAL NEWS, One Lung-"col like hell:." Oil Paintings and ihromon tt hom p n & Higley's. Several couples from Cottonwoo( ill attend our Christmas party. Mfontana, Idaho and Washingtor ritory eledted Democratic delegate) Congress. For boots and shoes, go to N. T nsgmore, the One Price C. O. D. Engene Erwin of Maiden is visiting is brother here, and having a good mue among his Billings friends.-Her. A number of our citizens owning ines in Cone Butte district are em. loyed doing their assessment work for e year. Go to Thom peon & Higley's for Drugs nd Patent Medicines. Tuesday morning the mercury had t down to 80 below zero. It would em that mercury had "taken a umble to itself." Winm. Wood, practical watchmaker nd optician, of Townsend, of which lac hie is postmaster, arrived in aiden, Saturday evening He will robably remain until after the holi ays. Cassimere and Blue flannel over hirts, California flannels and Knit un erwear, at N. T. Dinsmore's. A Butte arithmetician has fi...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 18 December 1884

ChtUS TIE CAS BOTI. ow Cyrrus W. 1154 os.e Pram loverty to Stoles-Zis methods of Woeay -ak sag--rest Bnterprises tlaeere4. hew York Morning Journal The procession in celebration of the first Atlantic cablo has long since been eclipsed by grander pageants, and At lantic cables have become as much mat ter of course as ordinary telegraph lines; but at that time New York had never be fore seen so splendid a show in the streets. The city was so crowded with sight seers that the people slept in arm shairs at the hotels, or camped out in the parks. The military parade, the civil societies, swelled the large line; the trades union sent tableaux on wheels representing various artisans at work. Then, standing in an open barouche and bowing to the right and left in response to cheers of the crowd came the hero of the occasion, Cyrus W. Field, a tall, nervouslooking gentle man, with light brown hair and beard, a Roman nose, bluish-grey eyes, and the sanguine face of a born Yankee. As he was the...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 18 December 1884

prosi 'Te Peoples C the World" A few of the Chinese proverbs may show the charseter of the people and their way of thinking better than any mere doription: "A wise man adapts himself to aircumstances as water shapes itself to the vessel that containr it;" "Misfortunes issue out where disease enters in--at the mouth;" "The error of one moment becomes the sor row of a whole life-time;" "Disease may be cured, but not destiny;" "A vacant mind is open to all suggestions, as the holllow mountain returns all sounds;" "He who pursues the stag regards not hares;" "If the roots be left the grass will grow again" (this is the reason given for exterminating a traitor's family); "The gem cannot be polished without friction, nor the man perfected without trials;" "A wise man forgets old grudges;" "Riches come better after poverty than poverty after riches;" "A bird can roost on but one branch;" "A horse can drink no more than its fill from the river" (Enough is as good as a feast); "When the port...

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. — 18 December 1884

The Tickets to New Orleans. C. S. Hefferlin is receiving letters oi inquiry as to whether the tickets on sale at this point to New Orleans will permit them to visit other points inl the eaot. and has figured that it car be dune in the tolowing manner: Tickets costing ti, o allow the holder fifteen days in which to go to New Orleans. and are good until May Ist to return. 'I he $86.05 ticket ai lows ten days to go and ten days to Sreturn fiom New Orleans, and are good fo. fifty days from date of sale. Each round trip ticket is composed of two cetfs. one leading from place of salt :o Ch cago and return, and the othtr tron Lthicago to New Orleans a;. : tu n Part:es buying these tick et d ,, in: to New Oileans can, a;i. t o e Fxc os tion, have t,:e : t dr ,;dt, It .. L. icago to Nex 9:I itA . a rettull stami.ed at New O, I s ,ii rc urn to Chicago with it. 'I ltcy cain i e gt, fiom there to any cashtrii plt mt a ti do the r visiting and on tI:chl rcti n to Ch cago can have t;acir ticket...

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. — 25 December 1884

Vof Ilu No. 202 Maqdn and ur1 No.20.nis ______ Thursday, Dec. 25, I88t ~_ Io NAIDEN, THURSDAY, Dec. 25, 134 PUtBISIHRD EVERY THI RIDAY BY yaLL & VROOXAN. fsd at Uaids P.0. as Seasem pla tater. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: as omonths..»-............... .............».......».. 12.00 One Year.....-.» ...................... .»........ a n0 ADVERTISING RATES: 1 inch, oeM laertleo... .-............ 1.00 I " . **onth. ....... ....... . 00 altsi " .........................................16.00 I " Oft year ........................................ 8..4100 speclal rates given on large apace and standing adverdaemesnts. Local modns 16 cents per line Special adverteenenats payable strictly in ad. vance II x. WATEIRMAN. II. U. MC INTIRE. WATERMAN & McINTIRE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW FT. BENTON, M. T. Will attend to all business intrusted to our care from Maiden and vicinity. LOUIS LANDT, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Wines, Liquors and Cigars Blata eer, Cards and Bar Glassware, ViAIN STREET, MAIDEN...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 25 December 1884

Sht ginean Irgaus. FELL & VROOMAN. Publishers. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA. Throat and lung diseases are fearful ly on the increase at the east, and the deaths from consumption pneumonia and bronchitis are much more numer ovs than for several previous years. The lotal of deaths by the plague in West Virginia and Kentucky is nearly three thousand. At last accounts the disease was subsiding, though deaths are still frequent. The New Orleans Pair will open De cember 16 and will continue all the Winter and Spring. The best time to visit New Orleans will be in January and February. To be able to take in the annual carnival, Just preceding Lent, sad the big fair , the same time, would be a double treat. The transportation rates are now very mod erate, but possibly may be lower yet. The Lowell Bankruptcy bill, which may possibly be passed by Congress, provides for a Commissioner of Bank ruptcy in each Congressional district in the United States, with a salary of $2, 000, which may, according...

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. — 25 December 1884

God M. the I ts All ever the Mad Nung in the ehdet nsews, In a s of orinese Ugh T e r arftss v bd go Aae heeve ase shadrs. Whe er* hems may be, who wake the Msand pe' dawalag AMM ar its mat er Ldfh7fse I ýo~ o mlyM amaua and 'g Who has no swiatslellf With bidish toys toil Who else in hewata wlgt Wis her fase s i. pass And grieves for lb. Mle a Whose grave is out in the rInu Oldthe emptyshoes and etookhnas winl nevermore be Mid! athestsD6mber r q he feat in *6 snow-whitm sandhls Dever Can rip agasin Dut happier they who sumnber With marbae at foot sad hea., Than the child who has no shelter, Ti have. help the livM! Children of want aadpstn sewing sa fold norsa by U MISS aGLB. They wore in a "peek of trouble" at Jim's papa's house. It was the last of July, and papa and mamma and Jim andNannette were going to the country to stay until October. Nannette was mamma's maid, but she was going to take care of Jim while they were away. Jim had always had a nurse who had no other duties, but s...

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. — 25 December 1884

MAIDEN, THLRSDAY, Dcc. 2.i, 1$$4. PUýBLIQIHED EVERY THURSD.LY IBY FELL & VROOMAN. As was shown in our last issue, Meagher county takes the lead in the cattle industry; containijug 193, 171 head. valued at $6.760,985; Cus ter county comes next, with 189,769 head, valued at *-6,642,860. Meagh er also has the largest number of sheep within its boundaries, the ex act number we have not at hand at this writing. It has also more valu able agricultural lands than any other c>unty in the Territory. It is rumored that the St. Paul Day is in financial distress and about to suspend. We trust that such is not the case, as it is among the ablest and brightest of our Eastern ex changes, and deserves a better fate. The financial depression and the necessary curtailment of expenses by advertisers, may cause its suspension, certainly not for lack of merit or ability on the part of the publishers. LL seems as though the opponents of silver coinage had, by some con. certed action, taken revenge...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 25 December 1884

LOCAL NEWS. Did you get a Christmas prteis.t Send our New Year's issue to your Fastern friends it will benelt your town and country. Notwithstanding a protest our constables bonds ment have been approved. "I told you so." Go to Thompson & Higley's for paints, brushes, drugs, patent medioinus, in fact everything to oe found In a first-.class drug store. LOST-On Christmas eve, a (cold Ear Ring; the fitder will be suitably rewarded by leaving the same at this odlee or at the store of C. Boissonneauo. Luis Lacrosler is now in charge of the Maginnis quarts mill, in place of John Marstand, who has returned to Colorado. The mill is now working in fine shape. When the new machinery arrives and is adjusted the stops will be few and far between. The western stage, due here Saturday evening last, did not put In an appearance till Sunday forenoon, from the fact that the driverlostthe road between the Judith and Jouth Moccasin otountains, ending himself by qunday'a dawn at the foot of South ...

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. — 25 December 1884

e- as sarne. Be gave her a ring and a holly wreath, On a Christmas Eve, as the sun went down; "Never was lever more true than L" The moom elimbed into the frozen sky; A great etar shone in the darkening west; A red fez, shivering, mought his nelt; Tae wild wind shouted and laughed with gee Though his breath was as cold as the northern sea; Bas the Are was t, and hearts were light, And frolic and feasing filled the night, TIE loud the bes, the merry, merry bells, Per joy onc morning. Christmas and a maiden's heart Throbbed w in as thesuWY lt lUT A ship had sailed on a summer's day; A wreck In the ooesan's depths it lay; Phantoms gathered about the door; Weird were the shadows on wall and door; The wind sang a dain the chimney old For the brave younglover whose heart was cold; Sad were the eyes tihbaeto watched the starses, 1Sli dawn crept In therough thewidowbal s loud rang thb bells, the pitiless bells, Oad cheressChistasmorning. Hearts were happy sand eyes were bright Oa a Christma...

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. — 25 December 1884

fAe the rise and set of the stalry host gart hheesew myriads oMeandgo t e w peed through the infinite asp l and leave no traces A_ bhat the calmn0 the pale cold faces, And whither we p~s to our shining place. By far oeel il n coast, 0 Lord, we may not know. in thehush of the holy Christma. tide Shik of thefligt of Soul; And ov doubts our fa'th ..enyIng, AndT llerh and tears that bewail the dying, kw est'h wild sorrow, the fruriless sighing, 7or forms beloved in the lone grave ls ying, Sweet ma it rang y Btlhmssd The soeg o angels roils. And the peace of God-thypeace-deacends As the strlai floats high and free; And, all my fearo to the darkness throwing, j know that the stars the azure strewing, And the souls, like a river ceaselees fowing, hilever and ever to Thee are going To the love that life and death attends, And thoglory thatia to be! EDNA Dhebe Partos Chlesamas Ourtoss Christmas is a festival that seems to be mnore particularly the property ol children than any other; notthat...

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. — 25 December 1884

LOCAL NEWS. Merry Christmas and a happy New Ye'r! The cold snap has got a black I. Havn't -een anything of the Collar truotmis. yet. Must have "gone up the flume." Everything is taking a tumble-polit icians,wages, grain, wool, stocks, thermometers. etc. There are several "entries" for the homely mant's prize, to be given at the party this evening. H-1's a popin' on the creek," is the way our correspondent outs it. This does not refer to the weather, however. The Maginiis "masher" will receive a new pair of "shoes" for a New Year's present. We refer to the quartz mill, Mr. Myers. It is reported that Con Murphy, who escaped from the Helena jail about two months since, has been captured over on the Yellowstone. Our school house is so cold qne of the boys froec his tongue trying to spell "blizzard." Scems im probable, but we are here to chronicle facts. Several noses have been "painted white" during the week-a color they have not assumed for twenty years-Jack Frost was the decorating ar...

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. — 1 January 1885

Slie t~utAtA 3, ?1RUIk3AY, Jan. %I*~k LL~ s TROOX N. I NO OF UYW2tl7tII'fJ&): .........«.». .. ..» wI aAUimaWm pqabb Mtad)' ad IRN &3 McIN'A1It I. IUEYS AT Lw~ T. BKN'TO4, M. T. %d b all luwIta~nu. isntrnA1to~I 1. from MIaiden and r1it4ih. tou.. LAND? W.I umk and da 0.frem J MIDEN: at Market. ;AIMOB x IJYkN'. Prot.1. IMS MU 8laf~ t. Pine, ma'$SS.. bvq~Aaaas. T.. NXT ~TTO l.O44.44witi4W!4d. hCr .%lw814 ..n lland.hl MAIDENtr IllBard Hall *'. ,lmi AM ) I a Ki I'. p :I,. :I NSqi JI AND ' u4 ~ t1 AND Pow.V 4IT1. B . I. rd an Sale Stable. Us~ St a.1ies. Iof mfl uds, Fine Saddle adbs vers Prop 's House, 5tSF( T. MIAGIt'r. Co., M. T. wtr " ed upin the vqef het of style' ca.'"' av.¶ti"ta fw thtwtawltmg pubte.. FRAnn DAY. .ruprluiw. t HoteL Jso $2.50 Per Day. a II. WOLIFF, Prnpr. -Romomst ý1 Mt)NTA1N~ M a id en a nd M etg km is, M. T., T h s l ay, JaI n1, 1885. Prloe 10 (Omt WONDERLAND .e in Now the Great Judkh Country. Rich la4 X~nersi, Unlimited Orsmaland aiAgwriultural L.x4. Pure W...

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. — 1 January 1885

the ~Jutrat Arg1:5. J-91. tL V VIIOOMNA. PuI.Iaiess ~. MAIDEN. - - - MNTANA As an illustmation of the depression in land values in England. it is stated Lhat an estate in Devonshire of 420 acres, for which ftlO,000 waszefuaed a few years ago, has just beensold for H~,O.Ui#. A little cheaper postage seems to he one thing it no--king els, that Congress will grant the people at the present session. The reduction is small, and will scarcely be felt at the Treasury, but it is of Importance to the masses of the people who writs letters. The Philadelphia Record jpublishes ,an article showing that Peunnylsania is losing $22,72fl,724 a year through the suspension of coal miningin the anthra cite region. It also asserts that the losses entailed upon the state through the railroad pools, railroad restri. blons in supplies., and the coke syndicate In the bitumsinous regioes awunuzt to 10, 247.310 a year. During the last year, 569 speeches were printed in the Congressional Record which were not ...

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. — 1 January 1885

Eiaoershily beedad t htesid'Jore"p vii he Very meeby vuot them Aetatm var shhereto MI eml cloth, tweed s d vYtge.L The aoedeetl wgipe is breadwothreotýii-a pweeeemate ho, bating wreaght ha ostem, eaborate pemem~ to epiteda eo oietdrehe oppoettaon butoso Sr. beoroig larer esy del, aol have be. crer J e ritolnilsr thee like "lasso Wes. They eametet al abuhit whisk Whol Sot Io troud and hoe sprito oil the wa -dw.th heck. Armed the7 darht .ea YorkmTimw Eersh~aeta ead teapoetee my thot the large eati o1 eilk glavee n saintse tor the preseeet leoss. had deshtaetr destroyed the demmi tar iaes at haid Thie eas t aot all oegem tne ellk gtnre -s cooler by tar, while hOYiOPODl -Me tirhulrfotof theamiapertaothy SAiden head The pollee at Matteo.I.. boL, haelmed ar der fothtiidt?4 laimette weer~ether Wabberdl bamesse, heabeted, under pesehy ot arreeL A .'reaeeie agejost that etyle ot pimeot te te C iteh other toa@ ee thath~ aectta. It te to loremarked that, white Ibia euofoetehteutile oatdross he...

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. — 1 January 1885

is Ny t Il4ºrl 1:-I 5t 1 FELL & VIIOOMANi t: t, k, hr " iri Utii , 1 - Lit c t t'in. aint'l . . lt of t, 2II rt. r gallgthe action oflt(.I 1t .it I i iti IILcessiiatlttg a resnidet s-oi .0 It tenl flat's . a plrec-int~; the re- lUinflhti ol (county lines aind the creation of such new c. unties as ale oIf slitticietit popjulation atnd assessable sa~al tloa to 'rarrant self-governtnent. *V'hether the comning sessionl of the lI'trritoriaI Council is coutmgloseI (It a majority Of dIttmotcriats or repub~licantt, or. as in the case- of two years ago, a tie, barring the speaker, we are of the (Itft~tnof. that as a pa.rliamniitariatn. 33n utbi~asedl, non-partisan plresident, 1.0 better scektioti. or one l I tt will rctlLt ;re.gter erdit Uponi the mtemiber., or ,~ise better s.ttis.fta tiotl to the voters (If M~ontana, (al lbe mzade thin, that hton orable, ttjrigi I, (lid gentlenman, Hont. I amer 1-ergus, of ~'Ilc~hcr utwty, A. If. lle:.ttie, D~istritt ('a'rk of the Third Judit ial D~i.tr...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
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