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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 26 February 1885

VoL II. No. 29. Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thursday, Feb. 26, 1885. Price 10 Cents bl.iltEN:. TI'r1itY.t.I Feb. _; 1,49 PIri-l I.:IE: t'VEKY TIII IcI)AY lS FELL & VROOMAN. , Id.W Si a limb . 0. ass. s rn mIr. TElRMS ofF sl is4 tlrYl ON: fi wau hb ......... ................-........ ........ .1 O I Year. . ....... .. .. ............. ................... . i)VEItTIKIi ; RATE.: I « .. 3.001i........... ... ...... .... ....3.10 . . " u ts......w 3 I ' | ll , l . , ...-..·. · ······........ .......................... i I o ftlar .......................................... a Iwpnalea Inlet "im 't tnr ae an ! ga.mli~qgI tlaitl it. i r. tr Ient i r lia e kptill ivelrntlamentm |.aa . "l e trictlr in al MAX. N Al F:I RMAN. iI. 1 . .M' IN1IIIE. VAi'l.i:K N ,& M.IN'IRFE. ATTORNEYS AT LAWi Fr. ItE 'IN: ..\. )". "r Aill ttttnl ItU a ll usit n s'+ intruttot di t1. uu1r are" fr.* .sm aI idess ltti ai vi.iit y. LOUIS LANDT, Hd l ,.iesa a  l ts l..l r:sa .r,,I r In Wines, Liquors and.Ci...

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. — 26 February 1885

MAIDEN, THURSDAY, Feb. 26. lK58. PtBLSNWD EPERY TH I'P.t.iY BY PILL & VROOIAN. The Oregon legislature adjourned without electing a senator to succeed Slater, the present member. House bitl No. 69, concerning licenses, introduced by Mr. Kohrs, should never bef:ome a law. It is filled with incongruities to numerous to mention. Washington's monument was dedi cated on Saturday, Feb. a s& with fitting ceremonies. President Arthur made a brief but eloquent speech in receiving the monument from tihe builders. Speeches were also deliv ered by Senator Sherman, William Corcoran and others The trial of Joseph C. Mackin, William J. Gallagher, Arthur Gleason and Henry Iiehl, on charge of con spiracy to affect the result of the I election for Congressmen itn the fourth Illinois district at the Presidential election Iast November, was concluded last Saturday and resulted in the con victisn of Mackin, Gallagher and Glea son, aid the acquittal of Hiehl. The Helena correspondent of the Minnea...

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. — 26 February 1885

LOCAL NI :W;. Nothing new about the otsunty of Ferglu ow the gambling bl!!. Armold & Brennan have built a new weidewalk in front of their salosen build N. T. I)nesm ore make suits to order : td gsuranttee a lit. lEroile Parutot. forIl.erly c',.eonv't.li ~ats tihe Aoct;. i nw in tihen emtlloy ,of the Mlfuintnia Msinig C('u. lThe, grts earniongs' of tihe Northern '..iiic s:tilroemd fIr the ytear 181t4 were I1i,lt7,71.ti , an incrtaee of L0.729.L7J over r 188I. The Tran hanst complains that it has nut received the Amtui fur the iowt two wetek. It has been mailed r-eglnrly. ',l. U. IL Norris, of Judith andling, went to kBe l ton to atenld T.n.. Morga'sl) wedding. Ien't it slout time for the C'ol. to, get struck with cupid's dart. "Htnlg UIp." The lIes Ihout for miners. At N. T. Dinsl)tore's. Thxe okld I9l hid fair to, cost the countly ftour huIlnred tioles as mumocoI as thety were worth. Ans an meanas of piliong up toetes our Jutlic'e courts are/ an intohlerablle no)leiMll's. d3r. ...

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. — 26 February 1885

rLE% EL1%D Alb *:i.I;II. lb.' HImm.m or Col rentserm. it .1:.in1 w"* a..z., . S'cMiu t thIe Vote.4 Vir lire heismt 'tmai Ile.' Pre..il.'mt. Ills .' rt'ermim y Pr. mi'mI1 RI* Wl~'th t FT Cilmvelammd cumud levl EI'.imt it:! Hien .Iri'ksm Are Ib'.Iaret Elmet'ei. Y: ."Iii .mri 1ro'. 1i . -Ii- n th., ihmitm to dav it a I.f'. Ianate u11.,ir. e l l....l..-l the. t ht iin. 1 1 I . i., Ioth t1..I,, t ..he w t it . d i dein . of th -."n it-. --"a' 1a; hor ,I T !- i,. . S p . ', , t.r IiIPu,"hIltn r S...,,tor t A .,un"1". In the :.-.r otl··c- ~ll y V.~ ottlrr. .u -f '1 .." tw. lll)·· .. .lf(lrl . n · hat.- n"·1 "" in pulr r.-'m""""t.-r ý. it' no I'.-nt.I ean miii tI-lme.. m*·rlta~tl..-.. (lay and Kdtil~r Iryvitr~ itikmn t. p -a-- , it f.hic! e-r i.r d a. -,it - r E - t 1..' Itr, ) t .. .. I:." I I* 11.. v'n11 . I·)T ·111.1 .·w' aimin " 1" . t .. mimin aIim " i., a il-I,w v. h-al aid r. .le ..wni , I ,-.,. eridie it ".t.,- 't '11tid 4tdrn -sioa" i-u.-in.l. .t.,dhyn sla,..U-.v .-l.. miii.. 'I Is...

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. — 26 February 1885

ta ra iiIII lir tm hara guai r.Ol.iaseaL a all her we rre COommervives, and ahe dil aot wih the at Iof Mr (iladtaom e' Lieralism hatrodmed ite it. Mre. Mark E~phis, who is bilding a mgle.et mandon at Great Bar rington, Maas., is warawn by the Phila ipdi. Pre" that r hoIb e eventually will ectsme a college, hosital or other pblkLiosttuntiuon "the alemost fivarial eeof great edi . i this coastry wherb estate are not Sutaied." A daughter of the late General Robert E. Lee iapeondg the aenaeha Washington. She wears, set a a pendant in Califorum gold, three of te mnOi agate bhutton. whiek enese were alxed to the black velvet eoc Oeaeral Washibgtoa wore when reeoving is dtate. The coat and its hutt1 s have always Iwe preserved in the Custh andl Lee fIamlie. to both of whhle Mims Lee belongs. She also wears a weuderful Mneklace ompoj as entirely of the han meaenes. Mrs. Mary Howitt, the famous wife oe a man also famous in literature, still lives, at the age d eighty-flve years, i her Tyr...

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. — 26 February 1885

r. te im*%R Jsr i.s. .".i S!37.; tol of rcoal f -re IImined in tcolor.+i.1. in 1,.4. T'he mines of (;ra:lt county., N. \I.. s'5ii ;:c. Y,,25c.oco during t884. I.cadlviilc's I' lli'n stat,-meit for 1884, shows a value of $9,083.443. The total at:uo'lnt of ore treated at Argo. Col., in 1884. i. value I at k-4, 41i.ooo. America now leads the world in the quantity as wcll as the ctquality of cop per ipduced. In i.4l the Socorro stuclt:r, Ncw Mexico, returned bullion valued at $1,o78,:66.59. *'he Hanrauer smelting works. situ ated south of Sat Lake CLitv. Utah, were Iurned recently. During 1884 the Helena tU. S. assay office handled $865,167.57 in gold and $19.747.62 in silver. A silver brick from ~lexito, weigh ing 4,oo l)ounds, has arrival at the New Orleans exposition. Within a radius of seven miles around I ahknega, (;Georgia, there are now in running order twently gold quartz crushing mills, with an aggre psate number of 400 stamps. Soume pieces of ore that will weigh about 15o ...

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 March 1885

VoLII. No.30. Ma and Masginnis, M. T., Thmisday, March 5, 1885. Price 10 Geits MAII'Fº1115 IIMkI)%1Y Ms'lun, 'm.J SPILL & V OOMAX. AIIVERTISIN() RATM: 1 " euug ar . . ... ... ... ... sus igmeW r... gl~eam om ow3. qm. d Mau.diu 1.I .dre. ..wnsise.Ispff lime4. Pp~rlal aI#.rtl'eammui pysrM. erlecdp to ad. MAX. W ATI{RMAX1. It. a. MCI11rIKE. WA~rERMEvJ &r NILINTIRIE. ATTORNEYS AT LAW FT. DEW"sI'4l M. T. W'ill attend t., all1 l,mejn~we ~iiirtmited I., our rare fr,,t Mtal Iiden alld vi. mudi. LOUIS LANDT, Whaheel. a I ILM.t.I aek, i. Wines, Liquors and Cigaw Udh: be, 011011 1/ 5w 4111011111111 VIAI? STRUM~T M.%EIºEN M.T. MAWD Meat Market.! I. F.L1 BYRNEB d!CO., Prop's. AU kMnds .1 Fresh Beal. Pork. MufiW. Sisjc r. Lc.. Ac. £aI Fr".l '. e" ::Iiu.. 4'tae. amid Slut. ter Aimty --t ismit l~,. LIVERY Feed and Sae Stable. lNk Ealisa $L. Ma~is.. sigs of all Kinds, Pin. Saddle Ani als nd best a*"I? ?44S want a 1e4£ "a.. i'g.4' wort ter. a meddile h.em.e ..r ..m i . b.la i,:. VI,. -" a, l....

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 March 1885

$Il.IlIlN. - ?ONT.NA - -- - Adeilina Patti charges the people of fit. Louis six dollars for a single sitting i-shI performance. The papers con sider this price extortionate hut are forced to confess that, as no ogle can sing quite like her, the price of her motes will set keep music lovers at home. As Emgahm Blue Deck show that (lie. Woleeley, emmmamdlag the Envr limb army 15 Egypt~bas recelvpd SW-I 000 from the Eaglish (loverament is reward bar his mllltary services. The basely glivum him for the victory of Tel El IKehir wee $150,OO ; for his Asbentee victories, SlIB~o,OO and far him Indian services. $II90,00O. (leneral (rant has recently repaid a loan of ~'1to male to him hat May, whom t ~~rm of (irant d Ward failed. by a ma in Lansingburgb, N. T. The arse of the money was voluntarily offer ed hor one year without interest, aad is returning it (leneral Grant expresaai his thanks and explains that he had beam ablle to earn the sum himself within the time specified. No doubt the lat...

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 March 1885

WASHINGOTN MONUMENT. The Ceviemsmy of Dedicating the Wash. larlo. Nlonumpeat Exectetltd Ac. -td to Prqvraume. A Nowa of Drilihasy Much ag the Na Usuaal Capital Has Sedum. If Ever hserated. aroseua (trat~sus by 3. C. Wiatbamop aud Jitha W. Ustabtle, with IHole Nbasu Addresses. The iwymo alee niteuuilg the esmplrtioe of the Waehuegtou Muoumaeet, the highast etru. tore ever treated by huoms haeuds, at the "itry of Washington on the ?lst taut, wers of an tint posing charurter. The edebrheshe was in two pert.., one, at the baee of the mmmnouam'ut seml the other in the hell1 of the housme of roll wueus tethers wherre the prtartpel oesueass wire do. livereiL hets wae cokd soul dieegrenlmtm' The mii ary temmt lotions, t~. u res two e"ag. were maretmalmml tom their pltam.mu. tIm.. umueujt sums.' toe rm't $.ectar Iihrrmsmme. uuautmmuof the joinet rmumgrumsuiommol uou.anmmmumem, fr.mumu Item rmuulir muf the, tatimim, at It. cuurlmm, i.mttmi.l slumut tam peop~lte tim uuumtm r, emcl isiml wm umu...

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 March 1885

FZLL A VROOXAN. Ta, ta, Chet! President Cleveland. if youi plcase. rhe National theatre at W1asiungtor was destroyed by fire a6th uht. In the way of jail deliveries eledna is becoming na iaaignaficant rival ol White Sulphur Springs. Hon. W. H. Hunt, District Attorney for the Third Judicical D~istrict, is at Helena in attendance at the March term of court. Gen. Swalim has been found- guilty by the Court Martial, which adjudged as follows: "To be suspended from rank and duty for twelve years, and to forkeit one-half his monthly pay every month for the same pro. The militia bill should be "hung on oni the hook," or if p.2ssed, should be entitled "a bill for the propagation of dudes at territorial expense." With a half dozen military posts in the terri tory a man's hair need not "stand ý end" more than five days out of the week In speaking on the repeal oi the pre-empition law, that was under dis cussion in the house last week, Hon. Martin Maginnis said: "The bill should be entitled 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. — 5 March 1885

LOCAL N~W Saslow is all offrils.i .;I i sit Jua. W'slfe riasked 3i I. C. Ws. Gardlner and H. lv. Iligicy art izl~w.'tnl home Itt-snight froml tit. Peaul Ilk-hard Gums antwwai.atti Ituilditi 54555 *.m his t 1.4on Mlnutmna litreet. i$lek mcii's f~il Coat.. arm) $teiuou'm Itroad-histred hlats, at N.T. lhtsnsmtt'a. G1. 11. Wilimo, (Two lknt) ot! Martits. slde, draws' .siltt town Tuielsday He rprtstti tines., iimpnrhevimmg ina lhis loca~lity in mipite #.f vunilty diviisrai. Thme anvil, itial ijsulitn l' by s niti of the noisy boys oft aleiiomsraitle jirotlivi. tiro, amiasle time aoimsimjm~hire viriteas Tuemsday night, we mn5pptee tin m'elclbrats the lnuatgural of film Excellency, I'remei dlent lirurer (levelimm. Elisewisere in this ji'en, will Ire. fomminl a letter froni Mausrice: .,iviau, i met awaitime' tri: I unle~r reariral isiilict. ni. itsa .iemmarted with i lte ,tiles City and 4sinelav ireek trlgt ly, of' whit-I hi. wa.. tine. 4t thme jrinis"eif!'. l"iii, tumult totirnlir at . 'I'...

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 March 1885

UT £SY~n U. knelt beetle her paflow Is the dead wateb of the aightb, Lad be heard her gmentl breathing. lBut her fare wae etti andi white; Lad on her pour. wan cheek a tear Tutu how the hract can weip; Lad he eaid, "NY love wee weary God hiese her; abe's ealeepi!" Ne knelt heeile her graveetoee Ia the ebs4durIee astala eight Lad he heard the sree reetle. Lad his faee wee this and white; Lad threuh ish heart the Seamer eas Aadt1eald.l"my ieee wee weay Gaed baem her; ehees aele "t tfShe Sims weer cos es when I haee She ebarges of Shose eblldren, you'll see!" ~sai 3esni Carpenter. The tine did coesomad she did eam ?he boot was on he other leg Shen, end iS pinched amaulagly. When Bessie Carpenter made that dispa.raging *uit rather threatening remark about Shoe. children ehe wee, iut home from school, and weacenduring their noie? pranks with the greatest hoapttenie andl disgust. Hits wasa only their half sieter, anti that perhaps hail sonmethitng to do with her being so eritital. Their m...

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 March 1885

f Uvehhi mssl. The 21 of February In Sweden is con eiilcreul the midwinter day. In the era of paganism it was a great testival lin honor of the heroine Gkoa or Goja, del Led under the name of Dima, to whom the whole month was eanmcerated be sides. The legend of Goa is very eard on.. It Aeta~s that at on time when the country was visited by a frightful tam ime, the national asemebly decided that, in order to alleviate the general distres., it woulde neessr to puto deet a part of the Mouations, especially the old mad anrm. (loa alone dared to pro test loudly, end elalmed be mabe to pro poe"meainsan of remedylug the dearth, whieb would preve more ecanieea as well e -er huae. 1mh ig or dered the eseeutlouof thedieeree takbe p spoei bt s he i erim, dedg an s etound her badudty her woad he would duly WISoY her an oomdkson that she seaM -m he bin dwelling meNber, eon tot moro hos ea bash, swmar a vehicle, meitber dresse mar usdressd, meither I. the esuese of a year mar during eny partleule...

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 March 1885

Mmmn kraa kL Tase m'ntertmsimmsesmt given t~y tbiii clotl st the rusºt Shle 'tr., list ml.sttsrlryd V eietmttug, fasr the h~esmetit mit the Pa irt famsmily, was It grand anmem cmi. lamthaals the 1.erfomrsasawu std amsmmattt ralelt t'. the twm~svticiaisfs,. tit'mrral )lsisllen itmc. ineltuJingl all 'saute renpre~wftt~ttive.. sVtiaisld thesist ' es of thme 4m1p1..rtumeity ii t., witleaaa tim e ,msrIvmfiss1msm" msst all eh" .a el,!"04 14 apl anm *mri.eul. Threes pLmya e oar era were Il 1$ls tts, p~rmugrA.a..:mi fasr time eveingIiS anst tls,'u~marac'tere i, e~seli well' -114tnm'aii toii a 1sessmmr that issghst put tsm enuvy 04)1s4' sit th. *.mroists"a' u cim t'avel the csmatryy d.m.gmuldsem $ m5"!,lliL~5eisiossk ai " sy 'Tora Next," time tirst ons time 1mrmsjrumm lair, gait. Lieutm. Ito t.ertasm an t ss.j mmtutstu i to. display cstm'imii'i'lslt I mlr,.smssts atliliti'. alhiel) he mci'taiily l,.ec Ac.: Tesrazietmmm Twitters, a1 Vt'lig"Ass' 'v ' cus sms:sgism I:'.. xi SI it vri~tlsms'rezr...

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 March 1885

V1je 2a xp0. VoI.1 No. 31. Maiden and Maginnis, Ki. T., Thursday, March 12, 1885. Puice 10 Cents PILL t VROOMAN. P bu$sed S afids.P. Sue Bu1asse mmaS~y. 'rERIi u'I h 1:f M ("jMCIiP N : _ " DVE~I,4aisNt IATE$: rot. CiX ra4e glen -w. Ieer.4Fi *Imd tandiag .4n4rt..sI at,.f.w p .I'4r4' 14 ml MAX. W.%TENMLA. ii..: al. lTtTI4L..} W.V1I'RM AN M1.l1`rlRE. ATTORNEYS AT LAWS Fr. Kt:\TE#\. M4. T. W~ill i41t41445 tl atll I~t,.n.i144" uiitriii.et. to oulr .'art' from. !1;,i.Ieia :41441 lvi4~i4ity. LOUIS LANDT, Wines, Liquors and Cigars Iha Otter. Cards mod Bar Glaussare. XAI E+, Meat M arket. M. F. BYRNES & CO.. Prop's., A.' klinei at Puh eetSet. Fe-A. Saltm.. Savelge. ilea. Ue. LIVERY, Feel and Sale Stable. Mntfrt t ?'griU1ý lt., to tins". Rigs of all Kinds. F'ine Saddle' Animals and t'4.St S~tabling. 4444I 4o rasea ,.. 44 ...la 11..4., P. 8aunckers,, Prop, Day's House,' 611 it. S0'aIN.i3 C.1Z~A. teer44-.t. .'.`1 . 0.i 1..4t444 ee ,~.". t St.4444 T.u.i 4;(tO I) $T A III. INt: FtVsIt II.' 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. — 12 March 1885

The Canada Pacific people are rush ing across the continent at a rapid rate. In a few weeks they will have a coin plete line from Montreal to the Selkirk range andi expect a large immigration this seaaon. Congrene andi the legialatures of most of the atatea now in iseasion will aoo:x wind up their business and adjourn. Thoac states which have no con stitut~on al limit will have to anffer the inflictiosn of aesaiona of indefinite length, nanal'.y prolonged to the beginning of summer. Professor Tyndall in endeavoring it account for the immunity against a sec oad attack of certain diseases expresses the opinion that the rarity of seooed at tacks of communicalule disease is dne to the removal from the ,se. bth urat parasitic crop, sofame igein necessary to the growth and propaga tion of the paraasite. Californiana are natarally interested In the apparently well-founded atonies that Leland Stanford, the great railroad king, who was recently elected t, the United States Senate, Intends to...

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 March 1885

NUANT3l mIIADLa muDImsL Wa e am , of so i.U.rd. Near Oa. ke Und 6 3 m * Uars .s We, Ymin.UpssimlTdqegm.e lhk IS-I insaeememmla sel GinS'. shemmgs ml -nao fatl Ukmss 1-da noosed If inrkme eanee ble aaemess bleac Ladem IsquI-Irese vSO ssss - le blarnSr 3m - hl i hmelvel mld 3ma tke -em weuTinee liue ordere heelk Ilk m ew b__e__ rat . malaly been whekl Unee. Dnut Is tMihsalin smail hat haew a Ml Itassm-ne tm. eelD OMB am his y G e i se m She ekse... thusa e Imwer lie. v l kmahi inklhy wer.s All ie phtlebe ble~se mme upo. him sauerto hin view .1 tke esaamsldshe ermmlae llhw abealseed sil hise of~ hislnaav eell~I Mw vile an m ull W1k ebllree. wie m eeaupisie of *et am - i, viahas benhi eski er fe rom UmpimI,. -r sw f ilsrelaeme upoeike useewel, andm eser fee" 3ma his msIsdsiwaeo Ie meers Mm.us cbekeee ilgea m eely haew Iaempsry guiid wvps deephi, and ewes fh h pass few alg ibis Meheome mut bltya imsselei kbsa hus aded.1 Useily m elmoest eseilaurl erer. Death tera ss n mey nel soo lsssssi...

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 March 1885

;h Wamk?3 XIA[DEN,THURSDAY, Marcha 12. ISM5 rcs~s~t~s Svzav mm RswmMY my FELL & VEOOKAN. As anticipated the bill for the sup pression of gambling was defeated in the council. The Grant retirement bill passed both houses amid thunders of applause. It has been signed by the president, and unanimously confirmed hr the senate in open session. The bill to give Montana four judges has been adversely reported in the Senate, and is opposed by both Edmunds and Garland, who are re ported as saying that three judges are enough to do all the work. SOn the ad inst. Gov. Carpenter sent in 1a7 app-nmet m§~ff-oirTeifiteiia officers for confirmation. There is a slight kick being made. because the appointments do not include any men outside the "Territory of Helena." Wonder what the people of White Sulphur Springs think of the Meagher county representatives. Let's see! the vote there stood Hatch 3o6,Moore 3a6, Stevens t7, Parker 33g. Ls it pos sible that Stevens and Parker were the anti-division ...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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