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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 22 January 1885

o I No. 4. aginnis, . T., Th day, Ja ,188 Pre 10 Cents oL L Noa~e 24 _ -__~_ M~a~adBRand itmgisMia T., Thuiday, Jan~. 22,_185- --~:- Price 10 ~Cuita Mi, fHllt4I)AY, Jam. I SiM. 1'Si.IIaHlE EVLR) TfLgImsAV RV JILL A VaOOKAN. TERMS O(F 141 MM1CU'FIR: lamb.a "" gimme ~ .» lr ..... ........ »...»...._.7.. t1.Ia mas. . gis laws.N - s V - 11111 dlag,1f ULamal maim S-eN.. t ' J· I.~ee -·..le- p.R ... ..I USmm mdmwmUvmrnmlm pmpim Is ad AX. WATYMAIIN1. I6 al UCl ISt WVA'rERMAN & IMcINTIRE, jTTORNEYS AT LAW FT. 114TVN. M. T. WllI attemil to all .UAiW.P hilrumImj to our care from rl Uicu sand Ticiaitr. LOUIS LANDY, Wha alt. sad RaIt Ilalan in WminesIiqunm and t gazs -MI~ Dma r. Cart ta. Ow 6~ s.. MNaIN STREET. M4AIDEN. M.T. XkfAIDEN .Meat Market. TRAINIR & LIIVENS, Prop. + AN kiads o fl~ab &.W ,Pi1.atlaa.. GMwtf. La.. &L 111.E IN S'. SC:'X''c'flRltuiuw/turwllt'L 1' Fu vi V gt m.lve* I, t'imtmim' amil lint-. tm r AIlaym Ipa ilamimi. MAIDEN Billiard Hall JO'EP'H M Ah8ON, Prii. I ...

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. — 22 January 1885

chi Minrral ZTrou. SI.Il. A VROOMAN!. Publ)hre,. MAIIýfEN. . MONTANA. Business men of Pittbrg think the have seen the worst, and that fem now onward 1885 will show a general im provement. antil the volume of ibumem is restored to its full proportion. A partial oeassession by railrads it Iowa to the demands for lower rates as some commodities allayed the dam. rome callu from all quarter for as e Ir simica c Othe egaslature as Ax railroad rae. - The prie d pig iron h falsle to about the Igure of January, 1879, whee it was $17.25 per too. It steadily ad vanced during 1879 and reached $40 in January, 1880. Prhaps history will repeat Itself and the present price c $18 and upward be more than doubled a the coamiag year, but the present out ook is not favorable to msok an ad vance. The national debt was reduced leal mounth about $400,100. There is a fall ingo in tsrevesnues o thagoveramen which is by no meeas udesirable, the treasury is overlowing, and stasds a chance of being depleted b...

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. — 22 January 1885

A..Sw .ra a inm , A~ b & W .m - M.! 60~· Is wr r.. tu. w wr:L auk . g i b s m b m . L WY~~15rYlml(L~~puml~l Yi .~ - ib b, A emý w beMsin6 too", is ~r. ps c Ma etI. bMr CsIamgwed' h.. has Mil 3.o... -wW adimim. LAM 1m7. wbsm i basd w W hai slmbih ie. y mo" d afly. rad M Sink mee msehg am.yowve Joe a hkrid word 'ad o I.W ai inA m wae r eswae aae dgme of a aseetry dsmym, whom sole lgy I her Mhad e bee the bd eatlon his -we probm learing enabled him to give her. When she was hu a little am her mother died. ad abe had heen her Laher% homek eper. holer ml iay, whae the Rev. BtqpheL Coyle was likewis.e taken from his ahild to his le og rest. The good people of the pr i.h knowiag Bea advantagee for usudy, Sput her at the hed of the hidt reheel, md her old home bean the pr somage, e had removed her pere pomemi andL takes up her abode t Farmer Colliagwood, he havring tor etrs "orde the scool ma'am. It was a mry, happy farmer se hull where BuSay lived. Julimsd Me. SCalligwood were strg-e...

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. — 22 January 1885

.I \lal:\, l'l ll-i i)l y..ln . :2 i .. _ f t.II -III 1 1: .VFIY I lta Ian " FELL & VROOXAN. (,l '. oNmer is the com'i!ail maniI in the 'iscons;; :.entoria.l r;o-c. The itlest :-orn the New 'ork: snai torial .ontest is to the (-ffti thait "Eva;rts has a c:lear iltl].." It is rtes h ing to see brains get the better of ilonetly btags" once in a while. The new governlor has Ila:lec a vLry favor.ale imchlpressiion at the capital and there seen to be a genliral inclina tioi to give hunm credit or abihtity, hlar.acter .t)ll a hearty illtiret In the welfare of thile territory. SIpetition i, now being circullted a praying for the division of Mfe.glher i county, which will be ipe'ertel I to the ai legislative a-:tenibly by F'hbruary ust. i The future of this igreat Judith coun. ai try depenlbs in a g:reat measure upon In the creation of a nlew mmlilnty. Sihould .I the legislative Asselnlyl. dieny us ,nI aftirimative alnswer they will knoll inily 1. place a barrier in the way of our im-...

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. — 22 January 1885

LOCAL N 7:V.; $ign it. The petition The sale is oif.' Mrs. R. SM. lryden l..v Islen ill far veral days. A rlge elk was killed on Warm iprrin s ere.k a few day i ny ine. Jeff lHowell, .llealghel r c.mly'a Ilew herill', was in Malide last week. Ihrinnelle and IhDrapr Ilhave Iwgun vekiepnlent on the Kearney lode. (itranville Stuert is in Helens lIokitig ter legiseltiou in tIe int.retst of stuck hn. The IRiver Pret rnjiciws in the pron c.ts of an ablustdntu ie crop. (;old 4,lf,,rt. lklits nmade to order, at full line of Smi..,les tu select froll, at N. T. his loture*s. The nmoo, will Ib full twice this 0*inth. 'tlor example un the Mart f te "toight shift." It is r.lainiled ta;it it dHes unt lpra tu1 -rk a mine at a liow is 4.11pth tha It !tNJ ht. Ikar this in niinl Insiys. . uºatle fri, tie I'ihitltte lirtius., of A- ; irtown, ays : "It is : b.o. ill the 9.:l inst., to Mirs. & Mr. J. B. Piclette." Maj. Illaine, guRvernnsent ilaynai,ster, i gited Ft. .~laginnis this week, lehvi...

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. — 22 January 1885

Mr. Joseph Ustlederve ad Mr. gm. el Newell weoMld frismi mad e.eie and, what was really wamerful, their .p-eum wves bd r ther sea esd tMe intimscy by besoming violelay t. t~ehed to ome mother. The eOue quenwe was th the two mil liMved on tUecase terms of e d mdhip eld goal will, sad set ar-eget mt to them ame holldy rneorn or their summer vemman. This year they too a Ljoinlg home. at Umeeth uea.d, aoeradig tl a ome, Mr. Delaseee mad Mr. Newell remained i town am the ph, of buelsm, rmaln dowa to the eeide frorm BeUarda to M d, ad o rIesioallyying fo r a few a-_ a tiame. T Imet wee that thee od gentlemene made bins.s em esuane S.or a little mild disipatiom n the shes... of their ese~llet belpmatss The lieIe amturally viewed the arrna mest with esom usmeemeis., and eaeh had an un amorotbe q that the other a bhabtd m la her sou setr e . Anyohlng ever m bast log- which sus ealeued to disturb do mamate harmoy. though th7 were both ubjectedl to s rlgoram ad ,ersle Se"rtes esamia to ...

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. — 22 January 1885

sw- mO lV n w E A book de~s i bo eie mush eai eby mad eagwr ille b me se in bmym, P.rk, adued "Memner  m ISweuoadl. pe." I isi b seamly a idaggy ed the l d DeImber, lel, vw hed , xa. de ap.mP la, i o ap .an thaet , el .h.a aed indi as wsmd s d s aro. "The erseats were ml Mo be mae dby eemmammimlme. Per a moath - ased m for mea . theoe edaelem to my Ias, and aed msela frr the mnU s s the miet arenor s. With a a.i !-erdwrs e the i ti m i dd ve . W e emea - I b l e adesth a ean. w w weeI had bee wirsed t le lea a oam,ani weet rd emm d s na be m . oath Pa e of Pld at apeaemt toie betweenI and hlfed . a liw mls ma were llowad ach doer. Oan s as eo a m.me , bs o s more Ith is him baw the e was hari ngin a gas lded g my e r Ie .y.n..w; baa It in ,amab. eml meainra About eight elatek I hae all th m etnime t arrest, and mos athe aom miasries, ont coming bek Sabem Mamn, had seen me. "*A tee M. Thiers, his errae was d dual ee. Awakened out f. him Sth , of the e polin eomml asny. he wa ...

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. — 22 January 1885

MONTANA IIEWS. I' ; :t 1 ttu ,ite l lnun .11 t" l. Ml.nt ,t the I'tegan li', n ::,e r: ;nHjtld iifence to death. 'lie t,, levy in 11,c :.i ..unty .: .I year will be 24 milk. ,esidents of Alcaghcr i)olity ni!l li.a 15 mills tax next yea:r. Tlhe Legi.s!ative halls. ii llcuti ar:e lighted Ii gas chandelicrs. The sixteenth exhibition of the I'er rittiial Fair will be h.01l at Ielecna on Augutst 2411th n1\t. 'The tutal gold a.ind sihel recei;ve! .it tlh I'. S. assay ollcc, Ilkena, in 1884, was l,997.o31.5. The publishers of Montana. iacct in' Helelnai of FelNuary to, to formn a Ter ritorial Press Association. The outlput of Montana mines f(or 3884 is put at Was.45o,o"o. In tS3 the estimate Was $q,ooo.oO. The Drum Lummon recently de livered four bars of silver bitllon in Helena. valued at over $8,ooo. The Senate. on the 7th inst., p olpt ly passed the House bill for the relief of the Blackfeet Indians in Montana. Judge Coburn has Lad the L'nited States District Court for the ast dis tr...

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. — 29 January 1885

VoL II No. 25. Maiden_ and M~agmnnis, M. T.,_Thmida, .Jan. 29, 1885. Priom 10 (hita rt B IIl i n Til 1t4,IH `FULL & VROOMAX. findn 1; f" a# U'.W- P s. 1e i BrS~. Iaaaak ..... i .vr... ..... ................ I.... 1 f iuel . s a rrr .. ... ....... ....... .0 Utpcria rat.. givue as lav. qapv tad uIa dimg advnauemvmrtL. Llaval %W IN" Ia:. c ..vpe time. Pppaiai a~i,.eiimmesis pavabi. sricitly in ad MAX. W&ATIHI4AX. 11... lil' jTlkg ATTORNEYS AT LAW W ill att 1111(o all I tpinPti~i.all t! ust.*d to our L-~c rema Masn jIjaimt~ atud vitinlity LOUIS LANDT, WU.k.alsui aslkesil liesI .k. in Wins, Liquors and Cigams 3Matz Bcer. Cards al 33t Gkssware. MAIDEN Meat Market. A:1! kinds of Friel. Beel. Pmutt. Macttes. MAIDEN Billiard Hall I.iytwurs nil MAIN .1rnICI*:r, M1AII)I:.x 11. T. LIVERY., Food and Sale Stable. North Meoagaa UL1. Eaws.. Rigs of all Kinds, Fine laddle Animals and beet Stabling. /TIfr.,. n a ti. Ia,.. la g. . I w t .. rftt."..a .ag1"lk Va' 1. . 3'. f. n l M 1I..,; ;1'.,"...

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. — 29 January 1885

::.. It VIO'J:M A\. Pl'ul!s'ubrs. *f MONlý 10TANA. Glov. Cleveland's letter resigning the governorship of New York, reads: "I bereliy resign the adioc of governor ci the state of 'sew York." This was thought a model of brevity until a crut (c discovered that "hereby" in that rounctiom was a superfluous word. The center of our population has for a century moved Westward with re markable regularity,bcglning at a point an the east shore of Maryland and reach ingime lOmiles west of Cincinnati. It ie calculated, however, that progress in that direction i. stopped. In consequoenc of the rapid grouth ef mass Atlantic coast cities and the -dvanoememt of some of the Southern States. A correspeudeut of the Providesees Journal takes a very serious view ci chureh fair lotteries, aud In dismomleg them remarks : "I suppose there isnom rices more destructive of the n'orel saws thee Is that of the indulgence of a desire to obtain property by~ chance rather thee by honest labor, or by returning for ...

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. — 29 January 1885

Dno wINTE. ft a at Hlat wmiser, hot Winb5' hlag at the mueteesm holte We nIish grigp yhat f fast. k An 0 IIuT t#5UiI515. tVO b tour siros reteimes all, slaihiI Mike utmda Crd tramin The urkr with fAsen sad hisag hems 1 Tour crnimval may ma~am, Whir ElIbt sad Chest ms lay rei. irais Vrum wassai eve iii miii.. It. what1 Wieser hha ue! Winte, C Wha sh  h or W'hs'l~e oretmaol/ nslmst thse eii To satat baythe etleslgds, Or soften down teitg Whe oletetikn a -gins Who draw their b.ehis docse aed elnk Their shivriegR allehys, Then sleLpenddr:;d o Nesmiag haste eW keatmoaedlwt th cold AMA tuame nl the IoMd. Eta! WhIrtr, he! Wiater, ausedyear rlgeuath1eee; lted pity sck'b and sensi warms headse soalwosaread fraise. -l~adle fletwi Barter, is ISO Ceesmi. o"Ak, how pretty she Is!" he said. .Was there ever such a pretty lane, I d'ye think. Jean t" ""Perhaps not." said Jean; and she 4 took her milking ails, and followed fluids going on beore with a light step and a gny song toward the meadow where...

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. — 29 January 1885

FULL & VROO AN. The. catjh 1Jormoin lr ,ru. .t to' the New Orlansui Exiw. Jtionf a boyD weighing I,117#; p4)Intl4. His. scei.ratl anthers remain at home. It is said that a lmurlemmque actress in Boston was recently poim 'i, .OtO to "let a rich moan's son alone." The old man now makes his. son wear' clothes trimmzed in the latest atyle of lusrbq'ml wie. William J. Livingatona. of the Flat Head Hemad Agency. denies that the Indians of that re,4(rimttioi "went - -lwlng into carousal of gnnjibling msad drinking," after receiving their, money from the Northern l'Nteil R. Ii, Wilson., hive stuck agent of: the Northern Paeifir rmilroa4L, recenmtlreundt .Pa fo MisCity He mad, a tour of some of the' ranges adjacent to the nuilroad andl finda the report of losses greatlyf exaggeratedl. l'he pre-emaption, desert and timber culture act are not yet relpcale(L Tihe report that the bill passed the senmate'I waa a nusake. It was only favorably reported by Senator Dolphi, of the committee on pub...

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. — 29 January 1885

LfOCAL :... Frank (lmammml.erlii. . £ "r:. -;I ý. %Y. II. Wistwani d: it , were up~ hat.e Tusruiay. triena luig gasino. TFhe anew storm thalt lamevsiald minr ing the Lihmt week. waem the mutt severe eel the! winter. Inibi t 1" lmimuuige. of tik£ .lttttiett grlen.. time 'le1i.Ime1 emortsei "bee.'" tee thee enrich-! turlmet of the boys e retqms thme range. ltepenrt c nrnw frontm Benton, to the chiset that th~e clahms mit T. C. Power d" 4Jree. tgstifltt the l eelieui cohmpgeny, has biemen liquidautedi. Mr. & Mr.,. W. T. Swoqee, visited, Meideitn, I'.edetlfegmli 1111 atteendeti the Icirly given by tihe Maiiden lhoiheeeg * iub, in tihe eve'ltitl. Ii. W. Hligiey left Wmeuinemday morn imng ons a iemreinelee trip FAsst, anti will pruetahely vimeit Chiceaget, New York amid New tOrleans liefore lise retuirn. Jrsatitut Mlmarpkaee ia enjoeying a land tetli..te buiremwne. The horeiret time times,, the snore anainmum are e'emtq meouule tor escort to law, loeimy h u e. anti swell the .ehclmwe ...

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. — 29 January 1885

rrsdltuiss 4f the Var. That Uerupled a lug ..j.reeoa risee in toe wreyslmlsuast War. I In...41110114l 4'5tabllab himself ;t the petty- 'ill age of 'ricon~aerolga. up the ou1tlet of Lake G~eorge, where one linds good4. hotels and all the amenitie.. Lake lieorge is three miles away on the -outh, and lAke Champlain two mile- on the east, while at the door ;a the tallk of the outlet is almost every variety of formu that falling water can asn..This outlet as it leaves Lake George. is a consliderable millI-atream of clear, cold water, sparkling and murmuring among meadows until. reaching the village. It falls 2li) feet in as many yards. covering almost at a leapl the difference in level between the two lakes. In Its natural state the cataract must have been a romantic picture. but Its waters are now so oh stueted by dams and vexed by mill wheels that much of their beauty has vanished. The great feature of luterest. how. ever. is old Fort Ticonderoga. As one glides from the outlet into the...

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. — 29 January 1885

bs. gray mad bad no move.9 eal pieif The .t-". camed bo&r .We Aed fallcstgvtet inag RIm ased Dr. Otoess Er.est mgelaisa md a rast trnly amy H t bu doe. >M mtesh 40ood01,011e mesteewtr selefh fraaa or E".- - 1g=~ 1 t e.&es m mhdaý i eý ossher tmugin* rSTRICTLY PURL. EarmhutotbslicsDelicst wmuiuua, vum, cun NEW EVIDENCK. Reed the fouowing Aernusew. PA.. AgeS 1T Ita. li..e.nHIairtlI .a crdnawl.n my cwalh ot.4..eL. tat tha .. ea t e n b t efl qt d...AtIfrI.Y.'tLt raaea~mpetfaA.J. Sa I LL I. livlt. A.J1o'. 1 G. 1*1313 w & f lb.. Liutet ftIflmW AinAWS. OinSarAG. ____ Tw~ h'U1 ýi .cJTV: O F1 M'sl5 dur f uessttveo. lthe Isis Pal wder she uhooider. suet.. ISsrt.m. wish edie. Sude.tiotia to ewewtio of at mind. rrt.Moiiko'omteet'. loaw tyit. wishd . $blla.fbar meg.leesed ame» dtey, woegrleogs meetmSm... Vltutsenu. at the Meets. pa.t hefere the "eve. itoudmehe ewe the tight eyeReu.eaum.. wit~ -s~ d;~.. Is~; ..t (rse.aat YgIYUD P13J.1. are especially adapted te such eases. one doe...

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. — 29 January 1885

Black Hills iSetot Mote. .At a dlanuis t Sand Crc.A, Black hllls. Jack Curiy, Alex. Black and' l'ory \liti-hell, ls'gan to havc run byl islioting out the lights, alhen Jim, las is gut his Winchester and winged two of them. Curry got away, but next morning 'vent to I~as-is', armed with a Winchester, to kill Jim. Both men drew oiown and fired, but tuissed. Curry's gun would not diicharge the shell, and he turned and ran, D~avis tiring al :,r him till a bullet crashed through his right shoulder. Mitch ell's wound will prove fatal. JUST Mew Ch iT MAT WAS. fltw . Fa.ue.wlwri'tr.#Oii~ili Lsaswrd From psvisIf S. Osc.mac. LM.s.cupli. ia Eriaj Joaruali (On the train from Biismarck to Far go I met Mr. J. 1'. knwsiter, who has charge of all the Northern Pacific roll ing-stock between Fargo and Living. ston. Speaking of electric-il inven tnsand improvements, Mr. Rossiter said he knew Prof. Elisha Gray very well. "We both worked at the same bench in a cabinet-maker's shop in Oberlin, Ohio, in 18...

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. — 5 February 1885

YoLI NII. No. 26. Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thursday, Feb. 5. 1885. Price 10 Ceots MAIDEN, THURlArl1, Feb. ., I,,S . Pt M't.iHRS K'rPl"1 TIIt'Kl itY K 1 o r d ..a s:" ........ . .. TEllis OF SI1 (1 I}*IITION : O =wor....... .. ... »...u _ -cm». u 5s. AIl VEK'I'I N IRATE. : I L~. uiowMl .............».....-..... .. I m. .. .... ...................... 1 * "' . . .. ..... ....................... .... t , i * es ... . . . .................... n, I so 3·r -- - o 3s,34.4 rate gids, aon larges apsoeand dmmdiig Lsesl Uteam ll6 cens per lime. amieal mdmUmts pjyable mtrtll I. ml MAI. WATtRIAI. II . NI. MINTIt(K. WATF.1RM N & MiINTIREI. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Fr. BENT(IS. M. T. W'ill attetdw tI all Ih,.nilnw introl0teri to our care frmt Maiden and ) vic'ility. LOUIS LAND-T, Whle..ale and Itetail lk. ters Wines,Liquors and Cigars ias Beer, Cars adr Gslawarm, AIN MAIDMAID EN. T. Meat Market. TRAINOK , IINM, Iop. AI hids of Fresh BeIf. Perk, Mutts. Sausags. St., Ac. SI i I r sT 1I:'T TO) Ii...

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. — 5 February 1885

EEI.f. A VIIOOMAY. Publishers. MAIMS , *- - * 1oNT1ANA. England has won the victory over the Arab of the desert and loud is her re oicing'thereat. But her shout. of jo) are mingled with groans at the expense of such martial glory, and the les oM brave men who met death in the desert England pays dearly for the estensior of empire on which the sul never ets. Several legislatures are trying to pre vest the sale of Oleomargarine ,aldes the guise of dairy butter. The sale of the eounterfeit stuff, in bills under oesa sideration, is not absolutely prohibited, utt it most nit be sold as hbtter. It must go under its own name, whkh is not a savory thing anyway, without ref scenes to its quality. about which there i· some difference of . pinioa. Only $2:,1t1ElO of the old bonded debt of Illiani remalns nnpasl, sad, iater est on that having stopped tuo or three years age, the presumption is that it will never hbe called for. Whoever ma3 be the loser, the state will be the pain er. The state ...

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. — 5 February 1885

Flln, IPn L, IBS Uk 1memg smagua hs A feetory at hlaed. Mb., ap aI this season 10. a h barrwels ofet The dates do the exnbbltio of live shoek is few Orleans am s follow.: Pat stek, December 10th to Jaausry 7 10th; horses, December 2Uth to Jamu- i ary 25 ; cattle, sheep and swiae, Jau-* V y- 4SMh to Marh lst; dogs, January 10th to 17th. It is thought by some of the leading eommission houses of New York that d higher praie for wheat may he lookedl fr in the immediate future. Stock raising has made Holland one of the wealtbiest agricultural eountries a n the world. Land there is worth from a two to four thousand dollars an acre; I ne ares out of every ten are kept in i and pay the owners large diri Unscrupulous tree peddlers have done fer some years paIts thriving bus- I ines in the colder parts of the country, I trading on fruit-growers' hopes of hard iaes aud superior quality in iRusrnn apple. Their frauds were denounced by the Kansas State Horticultural Ito ciety not long ago, ant...

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. — 5 February 1885

1At E , I 'I 121Y. F,"b'. 1% FPLL & VROOMAN The Oklahoma boomers surren dered to Col. Hatch. uffering ni resistance. The Northern Pacific railroad car ries emigrants from St. Paul to Port. land for $30o. A Washington despatch says: "Ed ward A. Kreidler, of Montana, has been nominated for United States Marshal of that Territory." Gen. Stewart, in command of the British forces in Egypt, about whom there were serious apprehensions for his safety, is still alive. He meets the Arabs on the desert but compels them to retreat with a loss of a,ooo men. His loss was trifling, but among the number killed were two correspondents representing the London Standard and Post. Gen. Stewart was wounded in tie thigh. Thus far we have forwarded a peti _ion for division endorsed by 4oo00 voters of Meagher county, and these all east of thdithe Judith Basin. We are confdent that fully as many more tax. payers will knock at the door of county division from the Basin and Musselell portions of the propos...

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