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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 1 January 1885

LOCAL r.!:,. 111,1 3.mm ge~t it tirtilizer Joigi iicmk wijil tm'il vonI sill mimodt it. Yon~ but $rmwei~oif mi+ ;it the mm,:ma m.amereme. i)ummmlmeimeik' - iin~ wms' ho re"fut-i to tmeii thmeir age. Granvile Startmlft vin ý1' him dmieym mmm.t'vtimmg to-motirrow. 4.if-rcmiitm'rimig 'Iioirmoommmtters at t .rrmi.miuet~k & I'iiiiiimi's. dihie~limug for Lurkey). has. l... ini t.T,.e during the we'ek. Mercury hiam regisitered ana aoverage of litt h~eow for thme piast wmaek. T'haa hiro itt Reemh4.mrt destro yed fi.4.Rm womrtha of mluhimtimg, etc.. Several Marnmhe~nitea t ick ini the New Yieim. matauqteraiealet [).m v'4 haotel. Mrsi. Jo-. Man.. otm ia.aa I'mmm Seria isly IIIl f.m" tim. lum~t few 1.11t kt 1"$ tiggi « t.a in. N. '1'. I himminlm ar,." for tine t int p" er .1* slg mit rea: ia~tah'h~e tmric4",. Thei elf-anmi1iih mat it(- NI'hii~liA 1aiotoi :4 Immlnlnt. tam *:jdi1m ta'r inay with Ii e ha1klf thei irii'hiiig capacity :it itrLi'. I o. treitti.l ton on~tot t::r mii fii:tlmir.. 1...

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. — 1 January 1885

tra s eams l This leee fahie.lead wkenedreams Ane waed-treaefoured lae the real; No idlcr's Paradiee where hoe~r 1eil, realised, from toeaae a wheel; Nio etacaarde h isgitem. httedi ruled Ant throwe hiedoeotfol favors out To gild the lives of fools alaie.. it holde iteolf i lbiges pace., It km.e, therckaarr, strangr contse Ard taken ma. rbaece whet cace. wifllagn Ilat drawn its weably wage froen fome Ueoar, brews, aed beals, ead caramel acul The iat edabed that ma wait, R~iled hsiseed gainls at Pi .-O. U. Ilotheer, at the epealag at the Dee "Miss O'Derisa will reed the nail .a~smer' eaid Prof. Ingram, i .ould, dignified tomes, ae he looked up fross the battle-scared copy of Horace that lay on his deek, and fastened his dark eyes on Elise. "Excue mae. Profeseor, but I know the tranelatiom I mvile of that paseage ia sot correct, and I would rather not read it. Although I tried very hard I have sot been absle to get at the pooet' exact meaning." "I did not ask you to expressYour opinio...

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. — 1 January 1885

prowmthe Iaulsnc~s Courier Jemrsd. In conversatioa with a promineut physiclam the other day the subject of railroad aceldenteaud esslpes same up. "On. of the icest remarkable insanmes of preeenee of mine of which I have over heard." said he, "wee related to ne by Colouel Johas D. Wioklf aot lbug ago. It was on the Louisville and IashviWe Railroad. near the Muld megh's Hill tuuneL At that time the, slelsus of ruamlag trains was ia a very slemeutery state. The practice was to ,uathmnall onewayfa tatme. In the moruleg the trains would he started kerm Nashville he Louisville and in the eveuingthey wouldhbarua back. iioz wn ssections. Colonel Wc -n eveaing wee cue of a party of efleevs and othes-r who made up a train he Nashville. They ee preceded by another train at a dsac of ehout a mile a third -n followed. They pulled out from the depot at a Wee hour and made as goad time. pos pe sible when f airly on the road. Every. thiag went smoothly enough till the tunnel wa reached, when the fi...

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. — 1 January 1885

..'MTRPff A ?E:'3. 1tc" unni~ll* r, of tttji ini 16aho is tIIar at :14N1,tMJII. The Amuut Couasicr. of lkwtcnnan, Jis old1 enough~J to wea.r 1Ion! d10 MII Thwe ira hneicr 'e.te a legal cae e~ufou 01£ afIL t 1£I ~~u ctillty. A unotnunwnt isI to lie erected ait 8t. ýlan''a Mliaon, Montana, to the coidiry of Iather Easauli. On IW('(uMt of the Cr'owdedl condli 11011 of the pefliteI litaW7, abonut fity Montana cosrieta. are held in comety Ther roil cr'p of Montana is. addi to averamge aeiv.ty4ve jler cent. F if town per ccntlii, re tnit for uaeverad Yvana jiar.-.- l: 0.3 Xt Nwrla of Judith Lendingr. ham ia hia jiei.Iew berflal head of beamss that he took frugi Grom Ventre hbawas o Dec lfth. Cr31. George Thoempuoo, who re esm0tlr amid his Colorado hoot for inmm inboom= i jlowai i the The 33imgs Port Malt km been iuam bl br r. Wlk Madhe ws = 7 . D.,who will .ct a busmns maaager of that meway ubeet. Nikon mew hasa pwanih of fity led with po mad. fom. Bosoam" nl. Tbs quality of the. gas is A...

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. — 8 January 1885

VoLII No.22 idea and Mag.mni r M.T., Thn sday, Jan. 8, 1885. Price 10 Cents eht gUav pps.& AIDEN, TIll:Hi)iAY, Jan. S, IS~. I'tBL.Ir .D EVEY THII'RAIDA BY ULL & VROOXAN. TERMS OF SI'I ('RIITION: maL l ..... ..... ... .... . ..- . ... a ADV'ERTIING( RATES: " * . . - .... . . .- . ...a . .... l.t . nd aeme ar . .. ...................... ... 2r0 i ;ta rate. ~i.e * .. rarge Sar and stsading let advretiaemeCtS pyable strictly lu ad . WATRMAA. . It MC.rCI1TE.RE W'TrERMAN & %lelNrTIRE. TYtORNEYS AT LAW FT. BENTON, 31. T. Will attelnd to all hlt.inet inlraterd to our iare fr.in, Maidentll nlod vicinity. LOUIS LANDT, Wiholeaatl ud I.a.1l I"-lerkn in Wines, Liquors and Cigars lata eer, Cards Sad w aIa OswarI . :A I.U 'I'IEET, M. 1IIEN. M.T. MAIDEN Meat Market. I I.\ Rl & i iRNS., PIro;. All klnds of Fresh reet. Perk. ,iltn. S Sar:sage. ic. . Ac. ' .T , . ::' T 10 ; ,i.- *, er" ult'., Fre.h l\'.t.·,, ,. l,. Ctlh oti1 nwl Rn ut. ter Alw 'e .,, ~it0 ,n .. MAIDEN Billiard Ha...

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. — 8 January 1885

it ' inrral orgus. IE!.!. & VI:OOM %N. rulblishrs B.% IINE, - - MONTANA 146a. William , Evrts la forsh1 s a no s a ce d b y l e t t e r t h at e d e sr e st o ew York irn leI of :ar tlnm, who.e team expiNre oa the feorth of mext Mareh. His letter is modest ad manly, but the efLect of the annoane ment can scarcely ho conjectured at preent. Newspaper writers who advocate the abolition of the grand jury do not seem to be ware that the fth smendmetto th emonatitutio of the United 8tatem provides that "no person hall be hld to answer for a epital or otherwise in famoas erime, unlee on presentment or indittment of a grand jury, except in Saris ing In the lead or aval forces, or I the militia, when a aetal terv la tiam of war or publie dan hr. Gen. Zavela, uthe Nsaraguan plenipo tentlary,glvesavery roseate view of that sountry. He says the thermometer rang -e from 75 to 85 degr along the pro posed eanal ad that the limate is one of the healthiest is the world. The pas age will be 145 ...

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. — 8 January 1885

I TIAIU IT.lI. A dejected mua. w do docteur Maurice Fournior locked the door of hki physiological lboratory 7a the Place do I'eol do Medicine, and walked away toward his roome in the lie Reodai. At L , rich, brilliant, ambitions gradete of d'1eole d Modi elae, an eathubsiatle pupil of Claude Bernan's, a devoted lover of ecleace, ad above all of physiology, yesterday he was without a oer save to male hi ama greaot among the ames of slerso -to win for himself a place il the fore mot rLak of the followers of that mi tress whom oly be loved and worshipd. Tody a woeed had swept away all his badst hopes. Trorneas, the kesent obmsrvee, i all Paris, for merly his father riend, aew no less his Moe, had kiadly but irmly elled his attentien to himself, sal to the mal ady that so impe septibly ed insidi ously fastensl itself apes uhm that mu tl the momant he never dreamd of its approach. He bhd been too full of hi work to think of himseL. In any other se hbe wouald searely have dared to disput...

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. — 8 January 1885

MAIDEN, rTHURSDAY. Jan. 8. I4. .Umsll6D EViE FIII'ILDI)AY IW FILL & VROOMAN. The assessment roll of Meagher couoty for the ycar 884, foots up between earthquakes and dynamite the "bluddy furiners" manage to keep awake during the daytime. in Miles City the citizens are dis cussing which they had better do, hang its criminals or its police officers. Our new governor is now t ailed B. 'Flat" carpenter. He will be flat if Col. Sanders ever gets the "hip lock" on him. Chester A. Arthur's "political debt" left New York about the fast inst. He is said to be an able man and will doubtless govern as heathens with sig nal ability. The movement to relieve General Grant from financial embarramsmeat is a very worthy one, but after it is done he should be induced to retire to the shades of Galena, or some other rural retreat, and live the rest of his days in quietude and peace. The old hero should have seen enough of excite ment by this time. The Helena Herald is urging upon the approaching ...

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. — 8 January 1885

LOCAL NEWS. Have tao heard nuyone, lrp nk of "corky" times? The A. 0. U. W.'s sroial last Friday evening was voted a treat by all present. Knit and Woven woolen scarfs at N. T. Dinmaores', oen-third ol' former price. COill early. The strong wind prevailing last night Ilew down a part of the front of taurn der'a livery stable. The chinook bhe been devoting its undivided attention to sovepipes,shing. Ir, signs, etc. the past day or two. The freighting teams loaded with re torting pipe and stamp head for the Maglinlns Mining Co., arrived yesterday. Blanket and Canvas Ovescets, low down, at N. T. I)ininwre', the O. P. C. U). 1). clithing house, corner Main A Montana tit. M. L. Poland's wife and family ar rived from Deer Lodge Tuesday even ing and are now domioiled at the head of Main ot. The Benton keeord has gone to the wall. The outit is in the hands of the sheriff and will be eold to satisfy a mortgage of $1,100. K. M. IDryden has lited up a neat restaurant nest door to Tuhompson &am...

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. — 8 January 1885

BILW Efl'b Lt LflTE3. :r stwasr tml a Saler. ae r-as asrash Mevoeset Eats aUtdseles by tas Lve Lsetrs. : onm the andom Pall IWa Oasetta Mis Lonies Devey is the executrix to the Dowager Lady Lytton. To her Lady Lytton left by will all her papers. including these letters, an incomplete "Antobiography,"'and another MI3. of autobiographieharacter, called "Nease sis;" and she was so nervously anxious that her itentLio should not through ~ny inadverteneo be frustrated, that she directed that they should sot by say reason of any pretext. 'however plasi ible and apparently-truthful,' be per mitted to pass into the hand of any member of certain families she named. "My fart inteution," ,ys Miss Devey, "was to delay this vublicatica for some years; but I am ompelled to hasten my action n eounsqaesne of the recent appearance of the 'Biography of Ed ward Lord Lytton'; for, although I might not to have considered It lneon best on me to correct inaccuracies so far as the late Lord was concerned....

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. — 8 January 1885

Every as he to take seaiUd eamfot e M uay beden 1,7 ~yrveee sswhko dIrett e thea Iwer ant takel s Ie rcemeew tri ayueptos df as attak of Malara, lh - tim, (a  Jandles or amy alfeetau of t!.. over, Kioneym or Dowt. hisa. punely .vrtaltbe empoumd o root, Mlrve and ber rki known to have special value Ia kidby dires tl e n tme lIvnr asd D3est It roveoa the ae of dJaae s mad freeilm te as.o.. r eoere F (roup of Yam (t, YLa., aehoolo that p>ime Pmts (be ns On. maild lommtirted lees. auing. Pyuistoa have decidedIi sapoolsi to Dy of the ottoe eft In mwrit. (Uarrasa Haims, Pace Pdueeam and Shi rmod by H Ieo Jt la TaU leal The sdelre khnly i. t molll i. . C  ---ant o-..a . em ma· V o w IMS: D V N "" er rM-e- I eton 't T wyT AGo wFaiilyenuly STRICTLY PURE. armiouto thes ostD Icits aIJsrflU, wIfl SIIL NEW EVIDENCK. Road the foliowing ApI?. US.IZ( 1 Assam.us Td.. A~tILIU4.. wulI tu. I amu.rnmu aAL L r LU)It BAjAML ebeN1N Ike vs. antemly faw CM enda waI Aahma*. ITa. Awl INT A.J. COLIMY. Jr...

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. — 8 January 1885

uMOTANs NEWb. T.:' rn,.,:ns of A'c . I1. Ikittic. of tl :.n.I. sere' take ti R ,:kfor,, Iii.. ',.r in!tcrncmnt l 'he Id . ~: . . ite t ,rt co t, ains ixt four convict. the 'lon.ta,'t .en tent;try, sc3. McNally, the pugilist, ::rcle enough .ut of his victorr 'er tV.,ite to start a g:n-tlill ti Butte. Steins & Armington. t, tit. Paul, have purchased the band of tlorou.lh OrtAd sheerp of Paris (;idiwm & Sun, inear Ielt buttc, ('lhoteain county. Boyer, the man who shot and killed i,ts %otnmg wile, Iatt summer.- ws. .ranted a new trial. The *;roulid on which a new trial was granted was sotiur incotsistency in the evidence. At a recent meeting of the commi.s :omners of Der-r l.odie countty, the county treasurer was instritctcd to de duct $i.ooo fromt the assessed value: tion of the property of eaLi. 'tidi.w in the county. Montane contributed nearly $z.ooo to the Garfiekl national monument more than all the other territories to gether. Only four states--New Y'ork, Ohio, Illinois ...

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. — 15 January 1885

_ ~I~e fliztev VoL IL. No. 23. Maiden and Maginnis, M. T.,_Thursday, Jan. 15, 1885. Price 10 Cents Sh* * t1 "muss. MAIIMCN, TH!Jl#S4IiAY, Ji. 1.5, j>"~j 14 1114-1011M EVERY TlltlI:II.tV SKY L3 LL * VROOXAN. al Omisini.:P. Sm Smd Class waft r. ADEKTI$ OF P1I(A'IITEN : s0 *rwY. ......... i' f.nr AUVV'RT1 N(. ndingA I agcS uis. lh mlew, ..... .... ..... lime VTr a lee et! per His. M Spa ll anl. In! trto pall lu .stm,. ,ru.llrin to tii.AX . WA Nrr..i im..mni. .ii? LOUIS LANDT, Ymhn.hink asstReel BL~r1Isekre Iin Wines Liquors and Cigars NMa Seer. Calla sad Ba BLkS~awa. MAIN( $TRFET AIPN T MAIDEN Meat Market. 1'k tl Ok S l$VkReS I ro ANUM/ hie Push !lssR. Perk. UV~*uIL Paming.. ki.. La. IRAINI Kl'. . tX N I\.( Ill..i -.ow,,est' WeI Fri-e.lm '. gsilabl."e-. 4!1. e"ta" Iun Ilti ter .%lwi,- tn test ~ l PMAIDEN Billiard Hal.1 JueFl'K 'N. SOX)N. Peeje. F'S:JINI -S% iI lNrW l ~It %4 I K Itii 1 ii Aý- e II'INe 1. T% FeUt her KtteKkeel wishl Itee lee-,i Fhen;" e..f I.iel .Iire. tigeel 4 eI.ez ...

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. — 15 January 1885

M*IIN MlONTAN\A. Anglolphobia in New York is creijt4)d with one' godl thing- .l..'d.;wo of the American systema of "treating gall hands round," which is the direct cause of a great deal of in temperance. Though not quite aholiahed, it has gone greatly out of fashion. It is not now considered a breech of gooud fellows):ip to stand u; at a her and drink at another's eiipi ~e. The messengers appointed by the electors of the various ftatc- to camr the results of their action to Washaing ton are paid according to the uuileage traveled. The Wisconsin messenger received as mileage $'2'7.60; Iowa mes senger 02W.1.6; Mirnesota $06.50. The highest amount was paid time Ore-' on messenger, who travels 3,116 miles, and received $7761.59; the lowest was Maryland's messenger whose pay was only $10.50. French architects are preparing plane for an iron tower for the eipositica of 18119, which is to be 1,0040 feet high. This I. nearly twice the height of the Washington monument, and its con struetion...

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. — 15 January 1885

Oeawk emeds. 0, i.O. wff'i No~w ye Une IshIe minad. like th -03 f happy birdh I~ke thes peel .1 merry he im Lofty, sweet, them lead egain. Chorus: Gentle werde, . g* entlewe* t0 yeaboer In the mind, tknthe song or harp, lslrnh, 'boatwng ma tina asummer wn (Isintke wools, 0. gremtle weeds. Yen are pnwner mast to Mdass; l1t-leer coms tham sladt-sna, Treaqurtsn that we alI poeqeme' , Ye are ti~sne frem InrihItseeraisea Ang..I voice. sashmug paim, Tlsnillun arhosethat tm yearn Ilathe heart reemisnd eab. Choes: Her Majesty the Queen of Pc hernia there will always be a kingdom of lB hernia for story tellers-was travelling in strict incognitoa mnd In humblm fast innes nder thne name of the Cosatoss dem "eptChatea~u. She was semoopld by the old liaronssea Georges"tlb her enompanion,. insti fen. Horeohowits. her equerry. In spite of form and foot warmers, it is very cold is the reserved eome~artin.-nt; and when the Queem, growing weary of her English novel, mnd worried lby the Generrl's knit...

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. — 15 January 1885

FELL &ý VROtUMAfl. It i A~ h \i.i :h :ay r . -:~t tw gt.s.u to a;!I11 t tt"1 c i * .t O 1.1- ;o \ ll. ¶ ic i ,'. "t~ flioto. Go -i ve l tl t a ta t ytt . ,tie ttti reideto the 21 l't. n iie. olc Coy. tere ,e dthnominatio n II agvilt cape-lt~ "ul'tC11tti )[ Jnthit' , L'una en o~l~l 1111: I e~r'us" is entittlel to) the plositiont .4111' aniy hionor that tuay beloig to it A. iiot Pourier Thle 1tea:y.f ninter-ltate 4)o '.ilcrcC bill pa11i54d the hiouse oit the Sitht mto byi)' vote ot 153 to 75. ht hill l ro hiti~its special rates to ".hliesalk ship1 hers ; designaites pas-et1Jer rates at three (etts per milie. 1,11 prithIl 11% rebattes. pooling. etc. It JpplLtr 1t4 onte dlistanlt froh raititoads that tho~ugh' tuth legislationi maty be Ineftit4 tial to' a few it will work injutry to het.avy dealers~t. conseqluently to consutnters of~ all goods handtld lit th .!C commo carrers.tii. TIhe Pioneer Press really seems to have been misled into some unfor - tuinate extravagances ul staterile...

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. — 15 January 1885

LOCAL YW w,,- in town 4.r-t1rli4I.v 'fins'. Ke'rr Istaking o,*tt $il14 .14 40 ore- tioii thi4 )Silver $lal I eI... iron. in (he wt4tlthi(rniicoultry. 11' II. Wa:l,'I1. aiiiil *laiijghilir, of Bigh~ hauliitg woiwi for thei MI144l111114 u&:11. nint Weiil Woiviti WIwliii '411Ff,' at N. 1'. IUism~riores, ilw-tlar11 (Al SoWtmt' A litter reeeivecd front Wji heiuuedy 11*11I 1)314k. .1. Hlolat nir, thi* j1iulatr iatl'rl4 oIf wet groJtlrilel. at 1Z.eitifurt, 'dliii oi YXlide*Illi w44 -%k. 'I'hie nainy frietj,'-: lif Mr.!.,1i4 4cI 3hJltl~l will lt 1*4) I l4h14 to lisant of her III jiii ri (it.ry frouii illn,iit'. Iliulits n i h1, 4111 :1 it 44i i'ipr liiil ti tl illitijiem at N. T. Pwin'll~milri'4 1. 1'. ( (P. Ii. elhiotiig .lore. tI.'he1ia wI'i' 14114t' :1 , .i WOO4* h.itlhiyo thtib Iliott ia. -tin I.t \. u1.11. toe Ill-. iof (the l'114t 11oth", W;,' ill town Ttiat' Itly,ak .41d411 4 .1et' a 1J"lliri cal4O it he 411444 . st - u~l" . Iittit.' i i 1111 e 1.1 42 o t . 1 ':14 11\'3 I 11\',"1...

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. — 15 January 1885

mvOPLT m .mm. I theeght s4e warn $lovely mlght~ As daietlly arrayed in white, With rosy cheeks and glato-' brigb% That summjer day Shen played croquet Until beneath a shade tree I etopped to reef. whi-h chancedt to he Where is the lkithen I e nuld mm. That cemntr- day She played croquet And the-re alnett I. that hot place Her neithier client with eac-won, faro, LAd iruned a gown all frill mind Ia xe, That enuomir day She played croqaut. A mewn, the vary rounterpeat Of that she wore with withintlg art; And Mahwedid not wn iti heart That ausnnjr day She played ereqaet -liarperas Barnr. Well-nigh twenty years have passed mince the mouand of the lest gun of the war of the Rlebelion died away in ml teon. The enmnitiem engende redhy the bitter struggle are buried with the na lion'. dead. The blue and gray who fell iI. peacefully aide by aile, and we, the blne aad gray who live, have clasped bandla togfether, and spoken loyal woedin of ceertnsy and fuiendsahip. But the children of that dar...

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. — 15 January 1885

==on 1hpqagi Chardon Kellogg. a prominent Db Io bridge builder, has Jut closed cm. I tret for $4,m0000 worth of eke! pips~ mashe aood to ' ethofids own. Xoleady ke.whet ewa ts for. The emperor of Morooe., harlugeubds seribed fee a newspaper, reads all thme bdrerteemen Sa .Tey tried to got buhe remarked that he had beenam maro o.lng net to knew what' we akrs tn reading Mr. Ayer. a weelthsy groser dos-o obsbalo h ak a uto of Shat sdtY. a I5OOgo pileo eati Imds Sh FrS prta Temp te" be med' The Preeldeug bes signeim ouder dhmmsig from She serice Capdnb Geerge T. Olmetead, Jr. of the samy, who wee tried and esvemlead by eonrt The Prices and Preulnosef Wale, will be oaerautned in December by Lord a and La~y Dudle. at Wit!.y Court, in Wosreaskembre Wit!.y east Lordl Dudley "f.3OO.O6.bat has bee. almost h net bea aýrt there for Ira years. iJ and the Duleghae not spent a week aher in thattlme. "Do You knew why that lasty leaatei hre .soean. thuintl inhe epreseloas 01 admlra. '~ Mion for 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. — 15 January 1885

* Fob.hs Is -Sasgsa" "IDid ye ever hear of the oushnflU shine at Tamnlate? "Welt, he was a sqpulartenderfot fron. way back, and was workin' with two parsj on the cham, am' one day be came up froms thebtmt~om ofthe shaft an' says he~ s8+t'aid he, 'I'm played out, anti am t got no more heart in this racket. I low mas long as I was striking are I'd stamud it out here, but ye mrey spit as Uy grase if I ain't workim' beeswma. 'W yw take $8oo &or your share?' eid O~ft fhiaparch. 'frt yourlfife l oW?; and as the stul' was handed east, tht p deed made out, asr' tei-e le sbtflne. The th~e took for beeswax was chloride d ve, atd the rack went ts~,ooo isO tt Tel ye, stranger, it ain't uwser man's a judge of cart." Aeaovdi ar a statemenst made by f~ds t Co., wool cososiassino amserhnts .f Philadelphia, the wool dlo the laited lstats im estimated at )05,ff4,0 The list as gives shor Teaw with 41,743,Eo pounds tuale d by Caharata with 38,us8.ooo I d adOhio with 3o,ooo,ooo. T he fwiwa~.n. the s...

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