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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 5 February 1885

LOCAL N.W: 'S I t o lo r e . T o o e t , ,. T t '.. .. 1 1 - , "c'llh sto- cty... ,llllt s w'alI strip fi|, f moutlhemml. .letghetlr. The Avant Comrier in pulli in.g a :story enmiisie "l ~'aled lDak." The hler,, is .upllmed to have run onii a fl. If yln have not dnle ls, s'ld V)your lt'tiim for crllnty divisilne direct tol Htln. Jamie.s Fergus, councmil chamitber. Iheknts. M. T. lTiesI, i. a* wide, unmfalhomallea l charm Sl..twtceg what yoju wanlt led whllt yoau gct.--lx. ('ounty divisionists should 'bear thill in nll d. ire.s+lcek & Plalmd leave now is stmk aL numbemm .r of ates of lirrt quality email oil .Pmrhlsem a isupplly at enmcet alnd have a gonid lighit. Ti chlliln.k lhat has prevailed for -ilte pgat wee'k hid, fair to wied amp itms career with a )now storlnl. The ranlges I are mtl preje free t free from .W. Hc "'llag p1.'' Thi Ilami Imot for! ITlilHnern . At N. T. IhnwI'llm are'r . ". Petitionm for lth ap llmintnltllt of a k)eptylv ~htriff fr Midemn. wasv. circ-ll-...

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. — 5 February 1885

-4t n a- - - A little ioeo t, wit e '1, ,oidr ao the Wme sakiel, Amild lear and limped as awell If water ns a mos slined u ol, Prattling with ar-iekl g=flee II bigged and kiLed me s and o'r. I'll hTve to dse my cred I tbght he' t klov is Jlway cld or boulst,o Fer chi.ldre' love it freely line nd pai ,, sir--the giftf l ve The it soe. and the pr ttUng ceasedw While, eolemunl theaer tre eid, uryig attern-lin tob he er-'. dn't r now whatr mor in yellows toand rownt te wspiteh this advantage, twhich l I me to No. 132 Peckovor street in search 1 of Iclgingsa. I Were the apartnents dingy? 1e) 'iae'll sno. The paper ww of a very tryinog pattern-in two drab.: the eur 1o't rather more tr, lag in yellows end lIrowuai, with thin advantage. that itsI pattern was almost w orn throadlmre and leantly effaeced. The yollew drapery t was of similar hue to the paper, and naunlin curtains, drawn partially acroes, hand become reduced by dust and smoke t to the sanesalalued color. a There were one or ...

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. — 5 February 1885

A £MAOZT IAWTa we 1i Sae a asesseLe a3m Lewisville Isws "I was glad to e Juldgee MAsye quitted," aid a old lawyer ia the ea toe house this m iag. "Finley i Moe fellow; a thornegh partise, it I tre, and of fiery passions, but as brave , as a lion. a tre rind snd daseere party mea. I happened to know Finley w when he was distriet attorney. He had his oloe is this uilding, sad l really k believe that with but one exepti m, he a didt have a friend here. All She o - holders were )ealous of him. His one friend was Col. Bucker, who was then interual revenuecollector. Col. Buekner I knew Finley d his father. He served in the le atu with one or both of them, had a great admiration for the mealy qualities and warm heart of c t tim11e I speak of John Wyatt a was a deputy tarshal. Everybody knows Jobh Wyatt, the most reklessly and desperately ave man that ever a pulled ti er. He was tterror of a all the lawless spirits in the moentalas. and was as dare-devil a man a evet breathed. I don't know...

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. — 5 February 1885

A IIMARItALE CAGE. A rmio MsidioS h'o IJv.d 5i*-e.uN Scir lb a Silri*..M ,i Thrh Nia nsdy--NM, Mssrlr ' M SNllr Psslii.. d. The house in colminittee (d the u whole, says a telegram of the ,9th ult. , to the St. Iouis hGlobe-lklnocfrat. h.t ' agreed to the bill ;i:nsioning the .' mnothes of the late Capt. Charles I'. Johnson, of Iowa. Gov. Sherman and other leading men of that state warm ly urged this action. It is claimed that there is no parallel in the medl ical records of this colntry or Europe to this case. Johnson enlisted at Leon as a pir.vate in company A. 7lth Iowa v.iu teers. In the summer of t8563, a ti..e leading his company in m a charge at Big aBlack river, in the i' rear of V icksburg, he was struck by a ! minnie ball, which passed horizontally through the lower part of his botly from slde to side, going between the intestines and the spinal cord, tearing the former and injuring the vertebre of the column. The cord was afefted to the extent of paralyzing the lower li...

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. — 12 February 1885

VYo II. No.7.. Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thursday, Feb. 12, 1885. Price 10 Cents !A IIDE N, TH I'I1IAY'A , F'e b.. 1_, I1, ;. Pr D4 I' ED EVEIRY TIItT<I'AY nY FULL & VROOMAN. Esh1d IdiR am P. kMl 5.u WMi r. 92t s ...... . ..... . .........._........ .... t . AI)VEIlT$IN41 RATEH4: I tI ch. *e I earrrt i u . ....  .. ·.....· ... 1.1, «1 at b ....... ....... . ......... 1 il . .........................................1:.. .#1 1 " Ia1 Y " r ....................................... A... 10 2 .q o pncisil ratL g ivem larse i am1n ntand "*ailing advertiaeaentt. Ia:al nIl .ven i .ruts per IIM.. p.ytal advrti oemants payable .trctly. iy n dl N IX. w ATIr ItMAX. 11. ti. 1( " INTII ;'. WATERMAN & MclN'IRLKE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW Fr. II1:NTI'I º, M. T. Will x1..1T 4 I ll 3 ines, . iniru-l*led Uol our carr fritli M:iidn 1nd4 vih inity. LOUIS LANDT, HhIA.N l an.11 4.4 tail 1.t i rtL r in Wines, Liquors and Cigars Blatt Seer. Cards and Bar ltassware. .AIN s'TlIF"I'. M.II)F:N. i.T.' MAEN...

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. — 12 February 1885

Sr . inrra a gu.i Fi,!.I. . V~0~0)%IAN. Publishers. SIN - - MONTANA. English judges, as well as stateame. are proverbidly long-lived, espeiall. judges. No leg than four English Judges are still actively pnrauing their judicil labors after attaining the agl of fourscore years They are Vice Chancellor Racon, who is in his 87th Judge 'letersdorff. is his Mitl ; Judge Hulton. in his 8kl; sad Judge Baylov, of the Westmaster County Court, alse in his 83l year. Ther are umany other judge who are verging towards the ~_s of those nmed. Exports of American staples are still running far ahead of the fgnres of twelve months ag. During the week ended January 10 the value of bread stuas and cotton alone, exported from the Atlantic and Gulf ports, was tJ,. 800,1OO greater than for the same week ! of n184, u rate of inerese qual to abshout $120,000.000 year. On theother hand there is a considerable decrease in our imports. The ties are not favorable for the expendituse of the usual amount of money ...

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. — 12 February 1885

Peas.e its. ass cats The bent land for onlons is mellow .dol that wll not eask ter a rain; but say will anwer which is good enough to yield good erope of eorn, sad it can nmt be made toorich. I raise no taioar cept the English potato onion, or I English MultipUlier, as many call them. A large onion planted in spring makes a large nUma er of small ones, o"setts as ther are called, which I set out in fall or the next spring for large onions. By setting out il the fall. covering a little. they will be up when the snow leaves the ground in spring, and are ready to eat or market the last of May. I rained a few white top-onioa this sea. ion from seed sent me from Keanss. They are very n' e adl multiply twice is much as the English onion. but ar wuch later. ly "top-oalona" I mean she netts grow on the top of the onion stlks. But the balk of all onions raiard are grown from black eed of which I think the Yellow Danvers on the whole the best variety. I plant in drills thirty Intre apart. Th...

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. — 12 February 1885

S -\i Nl Il'IiI'. l.. I MIY. I',' 12 !'V FILL & VROOMAN. (icn. Logan ha. rc,:ciscd the unmi mous nomination of the Republcan .SU(U' of' tile Illhnoi gik.lttIre. Now the ;t:e of Chinese (;,rdon is in doubt. I:ignting dynamniteurs and heathenis verities the atage "*uneasy lies the htnad that wears a crown." President Arthur sent a message to Congress conveying the offer made by Mrs. (;rant to present to the United State's all the swords and military testi-. monials worn and lately owned by Gen. (;rant. The Northwest, F. V. Smalley's monthly, for February. is up to its usual standard. As its name indicates, it has espoused the interests of the1 Northwest in a broad sense, )akota, Montana, Idaho and Washington ter ritory heing the subjects of a majority of its articles and illustrations. The Northwest deserves the liberal support of all who have the growth and devel opment of their adopted home, at heart. If petitions will have any effuct on the authorities at Washington. the victi...

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. — 12 February 1885

LOCAL !. . Frftnk Mart.r. ;.I- 1uttc i+ the mniu! citv of M1n,1t.uia "".!try(¢inx mill."' .oillit ('oIilev, et! I gtet it jlnt iII tliar ;i~ahtjlta1.I.cr. 1't'llziaia l"tlv'r, it' turnieti ilit "0 tese exa'tlh'it ;lihuto N.'C. 1)inamure mulct < Knit, lli orderIC· C Holdt guararlutlt't at Iii. Oire Ilnowimiig stainedl frorn the Silver Tilt hullo, (t'o I ute J litrri.t (ii tulry. from, httr,,l· fit lettrce tilt. news·* ..lkiilZ 1'p.' Th~e IKMI boot fur· Nu'ilaartl, 1'ItI hate\ all t majl, blt byt~ ia1 iltair 1; 1.4) 11111 III1 'hia etm rI,\I) j:l m.inerst. At N. T. I)i su'aLt i.re's. Witekautat leulge ll-i ree~asut If lilt,' atuna:l' rp r'i' *r tiii .TerritoriaII Audi Ii tti.]a $iajatriaiuiutli.t of Publdie c I a't.rL*Iaijt iii. A rt'idhat of Malsdeij wat rml jutid of ta t!. wtormw fifty fet-e kiug, ttt.411111 yIul~% 1.t,t'. h r. HIitt 11 'V.64 till ttlt~umahul i.uimlri&'iu"I for i,Lout twtIe-v lhugadr.-d t".t.lt of tre-n"! , at- 'a multu'mr of stu-e a10 r.. I o1,it.e b'if tii,...

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. — 12 February 1885

Matrllul ,eiloqisi of a ehug h. lHteigho! f Uthis is .Idt:.. ..Itd a smokey, fogry, dional metrooldis it is, to way t'Ie least of it. I r minlds me of ymnng Himplkins. of oulr clam, who nnch-rtook to write an alpmstrophe to the ocean- : hi IByron - and compl,4ed one line: "Oh, thon pro. digioua da:mpnie!" Simptins stiLk there and couldn't get any farther: but there is no such limit to London damp' I:y the great ponds of Michigan, the iir her. seemsn to ,olJ water in soln ti,':! One runs a r.+k of being drowned alt breathing! I suppose this is what Mr. Guppy callh.l a "London partiuonlar," but with all due resp.ct. I dn't think London is panrtiular, or ahe wouldn't have such an attmoslhlere. 'ine showiing, this, for an April nllollung! B, hium! I rc:.lly r:tust get UIPnd ot t11a Iit I t ny Ilt'r:nrlr pa. I taln't understandtl why I shouhl have started on this European tour, and eon dentmed nyst Ilf to wandering ablont l. o':ing at things I don't want to sM', cli:..bing nmluntain. I ...

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. — 12 February 1885

er ener Veae UsI. From the New York Mal sadl pre. In speaking of a certai elms of pri rate detectives the other day Colonel Charles S. Spemrer, the Criminal law yer. said to a reporter for the Mail and Express: "Many of the o-called de teetives get their living by blackmaili people who at some earlier period of their existenee committed a violation of the law, but are now trying to live how eat, respectable lives. I remember one ease which came under my own oher vation a number of years ago. I was called upon to defend a man, whose name I will not mention, but who bore a bad reputatisn, charged with a erime of some importsnce. He was seqt ted, although I afterward became con vinced that he was gIuity. He wos a man of comidlerable natural bidlety, and would, I believe, could be be perseuaed to reform, be able to earns et living. When I spoke with ham about the matter he listemed respectfully, and then replied that he hbd been thinking of the matter himself. He said th .t there was ...

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. — 12 February 1885

ILIITAIRY NOTES. 4t ;.'eeriI i 1en t1 a recent in ular. ulli.sic, a ucful . t U...u r ,,tatcnm nt i of the "-,i (t.d .it ld ;a.sthori/r , enI ed, "trengti. oI r.giuieuntl -rl.ing in the I .clartinu aIt tlhr the 1,t.r1i1nation of 'I0h liei ru lt , i I ti' ( r,. l.ieuten.nldlt 4 e.llt lShcridan ihsai reguested the 4, .Sernor,, f, States to ilesignat' a neme oi'r ofut teir r2esp'tive st. th, to repre.,ent thir :altes, ~n the %taitfs f the (;raund M.ushai, on thel wra.jsiin ,,f the dedicatioin of the Iallhil i.ion t onllultent on ieiruary 24 1 The Sain court is allost a thing of the past, but no one kuin ss% what the "'Morrow" may bring Iirth. Major ;ardliner l.as had an arliiou time of it and will doubtless le glad to get back to the pleasant places of Gov ernoras Island, as also ils assi.stant, liet:t. K. \V. .,ung. ;thi 1'. . Artil lery. (tentleman lately retur,,ed to Port land, I regon, from (...^-yon (ity, says that it is teared there that the P'ilte and Columbia river India...

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. — 19 February 1885

'ý 4 1 No. 28. __Maiden and Magimci, K. T., Thlisday, Feb. 19, 1885. Prbe 10 Cents MAIDELN, THITIb'1)AY, Feb. 19, 1IA&L. UjE'JAHKO RicLrT TIrxisguzT RIl PULL & VROOXtAN. TERMS (OF 141'O* IIIPTION : AD)VERTISING0 3AT1bl: Hlpueial ,em fines - leg. pe. and Wteadlag md"edemtla.mI be.at mo.em 1* inleg. p lim.. spueda udus.d.O.em.I purina. g.Icty I. rA MAX. WATKRN1AW II. ii. IN`lXflRIK WATR (AN & MUttINTIRE. ATTORNEYS AT LAW FT. Ii ATON, M. T. 1 N .h v RSId 15.1...ak Is WmiLiquois and Cigars MAtIN STRlEiET, MtAIDEN. M.T. MIEN Meat Market.~ `K. P. BYRXBS'& CO.. Prop's., AU asis . A&rshle. P.S. Iui ter Alwta il) I.anIlmi. LIVERY, Feed and Sae Stable. Rigs of .11 KinM. Mniz sadd~li Animals and best stabling. or t am. warn, a firm -.mlw. IamaQtrm. wmmrkcIMn ..d44k hmunr. my rmmd utslaig. ,,1.e ma" s mcall. P. Saunders, Prop, Day's House, e«ars wsrnm ss L REI)S ii'imr, MIs~hluF.R Cam., MI. T. BAm ee ally tI.a fimemm.in map eery 11 at.e.t »f mimil fur ther a. rw.am.matim .d ...

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. — 19 February 1885

OfJiurra I rgus. Fk1 ... VROOItIA% Pumblishers. 1,1 %II'l.N. - - )UONTAZ(A. Time rumor that the "Tas-hlorne deli iusuit" is i-miming to America with aview ii lseturing it not coariailly received, lint time fat that so many holdl Briton lance founud it necessary tom come hes re I ra"phtaish their putrses, and have sue a-as-de.I in ma doing. is aumficient in-' couuragement fimr the "claimant" (fen. Grant's valeable menmestos of the war and of forsiga travel ane to Lie forever the property of the nation, and will be exhibitod to the public in Wj~sh angtosa. This gilt involved a good deal of sacrifice on the part of his fammly. The possession of such heirlooms would -retitle those who held them to great' .-anslderatlon for many generations. Jabn Bright states that in his eatimsa tion one of the effecta of the new Fren cities bill will be to improve the posi tion of English farm lahorees and Is mause such revision of the game law as will admit the principle that the game belongs to the f...

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. — 19 February 1885

MewOrvim~. Do Ie si C rpesblsm, Pak L -Mitasmmellsm, emYsa eai~sraS M Nu pelbems tebm l ume adulbgin abs 667t dialeles at the .grateinIm ead sgemi. of be - etspeeMle t Nes 0des. Thmw -f .sis teas MS iltedlubeb ml b rapes. -1ig1 all at lb sousebe Tbhm wars flay-Ova persiums /swdei. ewaals ast lbs pao rate and lbKMs aeisihbe. Ofs huler.7 hme Us est.a toartew nd IM i atsy prememm awasrded h ulle,. 'rerad I~weapelehe Psreumes M .als~r Mds at LAy Tlesar Plses-W. N. Pils !eaCa. La KCens47 Wles ebry.aps.(t, fl Ne Orteber-Nedsl. seasd, Earve l &Omst.se Ro. boom , VA b~esamev-maud.-Vlrat, W. U. Palles A Co., La Muter 1101 Juae-Nadslimlry-lMrei, ! D. Names.,Owa Parim sad Orsasmasle Dhaaare-blest, P. D. (I sasialeedbl Dutlr-asJ. N. WillIam.. 'tineL Fir Dedmaa-huts ... Mar D. K~l~ssunset.L; rtlaweaters. V.rd D F 1'.ickemd SN Do es(inser bTyird, Uare egar. PIUS N. OhMs, ltprla Orave, e; thir F.1 Now Vima, .. rmpa. IS P.I Wyhil.J, igu~abnhtord. PIII, A. P. idI~ne try, Winustugo City, P1l.55; ...

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. — 19 February 1885

TELL el VROO AN. It t, now ruflorefd that Kharteini hsa. not fallen anls th~at l .en. .nrilni Thu I uk ii kcgi.,ata ils 11e .s bill z~irin." women the right ol stiifragc. 4 eiierul fEarle. a Brti~ih cosumnander tn l":gylit, meets his death while lead ing an attack on the enemy. on our first page will be found the full text of the bill creating Fergtus county. Space ewill not piennit of its discussion this week. In the next number of the Aitocs its meritss and The Montana 'Territorial Press As.. sociation was organized on the ioth mast, with J. I-I. Mills. President; W. W. Alderson, Wv. H. Sutherlin and Leec :Mantle, Vice l'iesidentss; Alex. D evine, Corresponding Secretary: J. Collins, Recording Secretary; and A. J. Fisk, Treasurer. The A...ocia tiou starts off with a membership of fifty editors and publishers. The next meeting will be held at Butte, in Au gust, when organisation will '.e per fected. The senate passed the house bill for the repeal ol the pre-emption and tree cultus ...

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. — 19 February 1885

LOCAL NEWS. itome 'c4rajik' that u il tI ..*m ni let hs dromm after mid~nighlt shlmlbl Is' riot outi of town. R1ev. J. I). l'lmimmmey. (if (.wdotnwood, will hold divine services' in EIrmw.4,eek .& PolondIs hall, on Niaturnimy evening, of this week. .ohºml J. Davis-, snuisriuuluiettt of the Ilillimag and Ileautn aM4440 lZmn, wats in Mlaidenu this week, ini the interest of a daily nuail from U~be' to Masiden. Mr. :)avia is an old timer eaud at very pleas :-tit gentleman, lie has unbo auded 1s~itl in the Gtreat Judith Country and itigrowing and thrifty towns. This wag his second vi,... to Maiden. Barney Trainor left on W~ednesday's coacht for Tmmuto, Ontariu. 11e has closed out his business in, Maiden-dis posing of all of his property-and .intends to remnain permanently in the l.aat. We opine, however, that he will not remain away fronn Monatana many mnoonns. May asaceess attend Blarney wh~erever he locates. 'llimere is very little credit attached to lthe itemo 'woing then rounads ...

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. — 19 February 1885

"S'c" thundered a mils voice. P'retty Lily Boecobel looked fright eu.til. She was fragile ain' timid, with long l5'edal blue "easead moft. curling, pale br.,wn hair. Very much leee of vehe me.nt denial would have euftoeed to drive the little creature discouraged from her fatliers preeence; but me great wee him saner that evea thim esploelve monoeyl 01 wee ant enough bs ezpreea hise a . itegnent. *Yn u will not g%.near the Wyldee, If 1iare Wylile aends for you every hour in t imeday. Not thatlIcare for them ; bt on meet I~auut Winalow there, sad and I have ether plans for you. Don't deny it!" eyeing sherply the wide blue eye., quickly upraised. "Dnay it. father? Why ehould I?" Peter Dome"oe frowaud said etopped. There wee semethiug in the fair child like fam which quieted his esaitemeal. I did ant may that you cared aaything almni him, but I have heard--It is .noungh that I may you cannot go!" ab railtly. Lily alently left the room, a aubmia. sive little figure in a lilac draees so d...

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. — 19 February 1885

linoUm 31a3I 11331. theet... ibu *a emHash of   law yTwo" as Lieiny of redid loumes. Yak a.-lntefligsem ha. heen ao. esived twer tbat Ihaisou has teem sap tinted by the Aaehian rsheis The whene. aboete af (iea. Gordes h inham. He I probably a loaleoe in the head. .1 Ue vie. heon The war ores issues the followleg: 'Telegrmame from Gem. Weleeley amines that Ute fell at iharbsn teak plaee Jan. 2t. He says CoL. Wileis errived at Eher Stetc onmJm. 26. Mmd wee greatly corps.ed he bid that the smemy wall in posmeiem all thee pimee. Be immedimley sterted iemid teats Iowa em rve:, sad praeo.ded nuder a heary be Uses the atchei Whem seae gism below the ibbhiaha ee~aeo GeL WE me' setemere wowe wreaked, hut bead aimik petty lemnaged to redach emhamd I.atemley, what. they warmemm A dbarer ham gome to bring tat heas tee bie 1 ap amt Hsem~neV. Gem. woodeiy sop e hes ae sfarm. ate. rape - a em fate ml Gem. Get. dem, nad deem .at knew whether he In dead at aliv.. Therm ha. oaeoger any drnabt that p ...

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. — 19 February 1885

!.OCA!. NewV:.. I. *V. Its.~. .ks W:I" ill towni S'Ih'l2.n .1. I.. ?titia. of Salt creek. w~a-" ini jitg wel.*l it, thait viciniity. Thl?- s-''mi to Iii. it fa,.mtiet *r"g:. fur cattle tisie I:. .b. ltsoliii-oncmi 'lf in from Itotmial. lie says' althosughi thme winter l.e, beenu vcrv, sle in thiL r.'g: a, th.e Il..- uf siu-k ha.' Iwitas greatly essggcratcd. M~r. E. ti. Dlailey of the firm of Sei~g man, Iatilsy & Kenaa't, hats been Lii'? up at the homoe of hii. aunt, in Wood itnt k, Vt., with an inflamed eye. lie it aow Lia New York havinag lila eye treated by an eminent oculast. C. W. (artdner starte-d ijor ft. Paul oin Monday's coaeh. Though reticent as to the cause of his hasty departure, it its -itippisnesl to be ote busjawt Ian salmuie way c~onnected with the starting of the smelter, he being presi'ndont of the corn jo.ny. 11. WV. Higley, treasurer, i+ already in ±St. raul. The diphtheria cases iii itie Parr family are convalescing, Dre. Stonme gave posi tive directiona ons ...

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