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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 12 March 1885

LOCAL NEWS. Neat Tuesday is HI. Paetric"k.' .ig. Tonm Newcomb arriuail in Miaiden, Mmssday. Trautees of the Maiden Rtedaction Company met today. W. II. Watson & Son, of Mig Cassino, were in town TuesEday. Will so me mnrbnol-Ivry arise andi tell1 where Chrlmstewdoni is? All khiwd of Garden Seeds at T. C. J'uwer * Dmas', Le~wisiown. A. M. E aier haa received baa cor meesesio a' Notary Plaie. The Coanty Commaimmineea were in seesison at the Springs last week. Graybacks wilt 40on be large enoagh to pick. Greemimacka are iratee.. Don't forget the grand ball given by Win. Hortop, at Lewleetown, on Pt. Patrick's day. R. M. I~rydes's restaurant is becom ing deservediy popular. Hils patroes tleak highly of it. "Jakie" is at die Springs serving out Isis sentence. He. walked over and "tirrendrred to tihe hericrfT. itoeakmen'a Oil Casts. and Sitetsonas lremad-llrlmmmd Hat.., at N.T.Dinsmore's. H. W. Higley, while east, punrchamed a fresh stock of merchandise for the firm of Thommison & ...

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 March 1885

A Tilt N? II 'L at thought! should Aed you with the girls. Mr. (jodwi. You shouhi have bees with us. We've had amoh a scramble over Resister Crag. snd Iwought beck a. snd of !lowers for Oerused. Bet one thing I must may that fellow Lomford is a jolly mune. though he dcean't look it. Justt etuak, girl, end nothing else. Will you give me smeo tea, Mrs. flodwin'" "Whet nonsense yoe talk. Bob!" cried hip mister, cosousom by moms fern lamne inetinct that her friend's face was hotter than a moment before. "You are a perfect manveam enfant bursting in like that. I wish Mr. Lomford would teach you manners." "rd like to sec him. tg. It would take a pluckier man than las is. Why, he wouldn't comns within a yard of the edge, Mrs. Glod win ?" "He slowed his usual good menae. e yi tart reply. She had her reasonse for looking favorably upon Walter Loa.fordt, of Loeford Court, Moo mnauthalaire, by no means the least hon oid4 janest at Mr. (lodwin's lake villa. And they were a very i-heery and plea...

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 March 1885

Item a 150ff fero ,"oat NimohI 3mbO tube a when hbo was Speaker of the Lower Bern o tite Main. Legisisture therowas smong the whose chief = 15e teyn to conceal the baldneese whisk wee -rael~y stealing over his head. He soee into the House seekh moulwit his heir so cerefufly sombed fiati leoked ce though seachpaticular hair had bees pastd i itsp Een a itwas,thero wes searcely enough to eaver the beld sp~ott, ne ornngSpeaker Halin,, thnigto have so... san, selled this rmeselembe t him mad said: "My dear BlnIbgyour pardon. but -n of Torher o emud over the others.' Temember grewanryatCASE"and replied : "Yon nu t m, rl you. lsult use I and welked sli~y bask t b I blenea. He refused to he rasossilsi, sur he be came Remlus's We-slong ememy. f few ysears later, when Hamms was a candi date for the United States Senate, this man was agaie in the Legislature, and his vote deeided the eastest is favor of " elins apelsea Sdaes Sen. lams. Usw..ijl, res (haausr~r at leudmyM.n, Ky., a ldwo ades Ear...

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 March 1885

iud~c SI'arplc~s' Defsam. My jig,t jfi .'.. n'AL W nitroi .'' .ai&I 41f 1LUe LAKtaxliaye 11iad nut to) ouU ilatidi-i dually. -., iii see ..herev iom mike youre eeai-ierki win 11 youeL oiler nit' tilia ci .lln r: -till I cicimle Clain. at least .11w1 ili.illut if nuttdo itoti al will 114et. tlminal.'! Ncii this li'ttir I eliall cailiri''s io vuii llu-'.Eltrtiirc -411..,im iill emmike lift mistaike he is titii.. -N- 'iii vknowiii that I kniiw that ev..tV i1.ii. w!aciiai. ti,i iut. I silde" in reft remiii ii, ith i'ilt iirel oti I .li- Ia li.;Alil . iime .' ail ite. .. laud ,, idltr. : iii., hat Van "Iii 'I ela.jiii .uade 1tk' i" I .mii Nut rinlt;e I .lii -li.1.k .N tt.i .~'v tmiiaVLlig bliith Ifteileimla. -jtu.. ill 1'iL 1 hiiiV~w4 l* i' tiilr "ih'I lain" tuiki. li iat~t i-.d a mii atte 1i.,j t ii ahirt shIOWOl ''1e cini'l.ir '..' tui mmhat' Ii'. tinlt :11 tic .m k, n ti.lgid it.w TI.'ay it-~i 41 ail dcialer- if il aimi oas ite right;Idt to ,im,' eaiii ag.ii - w il .ii5ci t ' t. 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. — 26 March 1885

vOL I. No.33. Maie and a ginnis, M. T., Thiday, Marh 26, 1885. PrIoe 10 Ceots MAIDENI, TIII' IDAY, Ms.esh a, '8. IBSlHY.DKI) ElY TUI1WJDAY i ]ALEL & VROOM&N. veo e IM aei P.. toe "m a ao mosýn r. TEURS OF S1't$SCRIFIION: -* mes...-..... - ......... Ie. AIVERTIINGt RATEd: a i e . l en. ................... ... I. I s * -- --- - It s."",s .. *«. ........ 2 i..».. . If w p r ... ... ....»............. l gpealai ami s ieam Ilar se sp mod sundieg Lastd ait.e ta seap l.psie. lpela aidwertlmens peyable strietly Ia ad "a. " rWAt1A. oI. u. Mc IhTRL. WATERMAN & McINTIRKE SATTORNEYS AT LAW I ST. BENTON, M. T. WllW attend to all bnxitewm itntruted to otur care frotm llaitlen nd vicinity. LOUIS LANDT, Wlbt.aIl and Ietl Dealeal In WinesLiquors and Cigars rtat seer. Cares ad sw Ilssware. MAIN STREET, MAIIDEN. M.T. MATDEN Meat Market. K. . 3aT I & 00oo., Prop'. AV ki~a: el Fset Siew, Pek, Eaas. Cawsages. .. . MI.N ST. NEXT To) IDoi.aeoteault'e. O' Frv..l Vegetables, Cheese and Bu...

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. — 26 March 1885

FEI.I. A ViOONAY. P.utlIH!,n.r. MAIID iES, - - MONTANA. The advent of warm weather will bring activity in the Northwest, lint no body looka for anything like the "boom" that wilted more than a year ago. The inadutrious and eaonomical, however, will make the beat of everything that cones and will profit thereby. Our exports of eanned salmn laut year amoanted to M,R23,02J of which 1,177,340 wental to England alone and 9401,679 to British pomemions in Anaustralia. The total eporrts to (eat Britain and her dependencies wa 9, 19H 37. or over e9 per cent. of the whole. The large number of ridiculous bin, ders in the legislation of each sessioan i disgraceful to all ensaerned. and justi Res the remark of a cynical member that it was #ortunate o few people saw how laws were made, otherwise there woald he stil lens respect for law than now-and that is not saying a great deal for the law. Nearly all city papers at she east are rounding a cholera alarm and urging a general cleaning. They thin...

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. — 26 March 1885

BAT IT " iar. A mute ole eerary bd A t. eeter Is the lam; Nearer the amde whe orea, N.em the imos wha o'er he bed UulI aprlm the blse md the grasw, And friead will murmur "be l deed," As by eur lamb they pa. marer the tie wham we dnl east A acharb by the myte abore; LAd see ad ferl a-d how. at lhat, What we .awuld at before. Ah! bow the lyears boratli e ! Now hert the s p maheaod pr m, new mom le ait d a o l  e ms ame late he o t e of tiee! Ae why m lease lorb . "I am aua I don't know!" i A - ideBut Bar Beray to heumelf, oo sel steod before the glasM, thurri; dly tying nher plaei as h baslet. a ae tht." Mot people wd st be able h , t stowhy still for a min. But Mime Barry rowasimore crossly theu befora me ma mi thin; and them. that mhb had beam Is a hurry, by the dressing talk to think. The truth was, that the worse pmrt of her nature was trying hard to con quer the better; oaseqaently she was feeling by no mmas happy or at her ease. Words came to her, which she hai read to Mrs....

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 March 1885

I 'f I IIIVEN .T i I. ,. ii upininiF a FULL & V;O, MA C(overnor Sherman of Iowa, had %ulit'r Irown ejected l,y militia, and Auditor Cattell is now in possession for the present The colored people of Washington, have selected Attorney General Gar land for one of the orators for the Emancipation day celebration. Capt. Couach sys that if the result of the next cabinet meeting is unfa vorable to the Oklahoma boomers, he wil surely march his men on to the forbidden pouad. The Husbandman is of the opinion i that the bill authorising the county commissioners to construct a jail at Lewistown is a clincher for the county seat. It certainly has that appearance. P'resident Barrios, of the republic of Guatemala, has just issued a decree proclaiming the union of Central America as one republic, and has assumed supreme military command of the same. Another member of the Iflinois leg. isature, died last week and still no senator coesen. This time itsa desmo. crat. This is pairing in a very eff...

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 March 1885

LOCAL NEWS. 4-chool closes to-nlsrrow. 1Ips 3a cents per dmen. The brass basd is a daisy. Spring plowing has commenced in this section. In Melbourne, Australia, they ab.ar sheep by seam. I. P. Chandler, DIng creek, was in rtwn lust inday. Lons and ort Leg (um iouts, at R. T. Dinemore's. Fred. Dlnton has emnbrked in bus s at Iocky Point. T. A. Marlow, of Ft. Maginnie drop ed in on us yesterdaly. Charley rown, of Junaie City. at rived in Maiden last week. Quite a number of Maidealte wilUg to the spring to aMtend ced. Mrs. H. W. Higley epe to leave fJr the Ilack MHil about April let. See call for meeting of woolgrowers and tockmu's rondoup in this inuse. Dick Noble and Harry Wheeler, of spring creek, visited Maides, Sunday. We undesstand, Mrs. Day of Reeda fort, anticipate giving a May day party. on. Le~ Crack Proof C un Boots, at N. T. inseme's. Dick lreonan has gonew to Noiltart to look after the pruospc of that camp. He will return. Hon. James Fergus and wife returned homeon atua...

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 March 1885

A raI.US. OL . I pfrtnrr.l mr lover a here ILke the knihta (I had read of) of old A man who was trader and loving. Il.-.il. hanig valianut and Iold N I." 1so unlike retr mortal., luher feelings he'd sure bt, ave, Anad Ih all truth could ansure aem That I was his very trat lov.. My hleai.an'? Well tenr.l..' In yoder, A Clan werr mortal I final. And mhorno gly unlike the piceltam I learnlel  lolg in ty mind. HeM' stubborn and crone very often, lbut I love him and true h loves me. Th.ugh I kauw that I am not his iAr love, Ah ano Iarease I'm n,,:br-three! X. BuelL OTL I EAl 10. "But you have known me so short a time-only six weeks- how is it possi ble that you lave me?" "How s t possable? Bather ak how as it possible to avoid loving you? And besides, Is it really so ineompre hebtible. Avis? You bare known me juat the same length of time, and yet -yet- l have ventured to hope that you--that ytou love me, dear. Oh, Anvi', is the sweet hope able? Have I deceived myself f? Or will yo...

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 March 1885

L a faour nmes mc oetik!atpe'w ed eme imesam see.3mmd Poo a. was ekmed istar iat b rsstwhow lwa. _d wamlts .ma i. e w 41 l « rHaind h, ~aw  aad as a sn 'o . right arlm paralyiag I es mitst, tt lha- dropped h b is#. o. * , i m : I tne loll twme `t . A rtell it ý t H l ewIe grand at ernettand Dase h esimatier omeel h seral skud.r kIm Agdeo is tavr at lps, who ,. red. Diassard Murpom, Taal Wo ba --fmi~m.lea lyk. ioslepuor roem eer-: of h.at, bsis twou. bled ir lwe Iw as, m.bly ta w rk to t yle ae sler. _w orl Ii l dd n rIu bis i Ishad il Slof th 1t1" i ierce radl dm a o Ihf arI. a ls o - I purifar te blood aIyd eiee o wasv Le h silas o s arl .aslalt, Dr. dis a Tihe wlatIr wheat eropui VIraikn li siJ to I.b ta Ti Wnts b mlail Head for drelar. roh Or alege d L~lb trsnthlarl Ioflifse mae torails Ir art o Lo thrlse El,, sd ta Ths wit. ak op a sl NIkb, mlbsat ilr, ma for d·erd th at etlhar ass, however Ia rspdly t o sbl' .ardaoan ye Comp c ii wl rl cas loaduis, ulcers, ob strlues, ...

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 March 1885

a Cann ^ tlh A hiiLs. Ettc.  .' , Ai4'1."" In. jui'e r , h..elf a.a anlother who at pte -ait 1.5ll I.e ilimnelt-', I t' wish La .state" publicly the a:tl-c oaf mllyh .'ep,araatio hft. H. P'.. Jts. .:t. iti I , h.ve I ltly ;lo t id that relostt' rith l t dd a;tin: to lily l" arat'tr I - a ll betor (jl2 ,'e wa 1t'l talts cl l .e e ir.ul.lteI. The .i ..sty canite Lu III). keenv C" ashort Ott hitte ahtaO fioft. :i lath a,,' , gli irtl herself aIt title fti l l lt a -t ch .i tal , I d y ps|''** a few amlorng I |wl p b e it' tratll ler r. Mr. Jihllºti i11dl ttli l .e-*',,t r.icd qiniaty the mi t oif inmi, *?sl. i *i Ist et Mita, 'N, I reicivet 11re11s . Weld -,e'.ltIr.i1V: t colt,ct ll tilt!. Pihotl," I 4i11 zacita Iatipll I% luie titk Ikof tilh Coutrt af \.w IPl.i, ,1inn., that 11i . P. .l.l LSens avsi tnitniti il itt ilt tlat e ttoli 11 t.,sllsie l. 114t quarits tear yea'lrs bcfre ;. micy feu usursinge toln11, Rnd frao t hem le hand ,e h-lgal tse.rlpartltisu. I1 CseatAcquan...

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. — 2 April 1885

~Ijt* t I~urt A§0 VOL II. NO. 34. _ Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thuisday, Apr11 2, 1885. Price 10 Cents Ks NMAIDEN. THU~RSDAY, April .'85.1 IULL A VROOMXN. dearllal i~sm R. OM eM 3s wam s tell:: TEIINI OF IWM$CRI lI'KN : 1di ADV~ERtTISING RATES. I « ~ a .a v h .. .. . ... .- . a.t t PMegial rum given as lave. ape.a. mdulaudslag adr tsuati..r. I. LegI al gt... I& onto Der line. A $paaiM aiaeeua pays1bla strlctly in ad. MAX. WATUSLMAX. if. Si. M(' INTIL3. P h WArFRMAN &1 MJINTIRE. S ATTORNEYS AT LAW:9 FT. BENTON, M. T. Wi Will attend to all lH,iiti'uea intriitted to s our care fruomi M~aiden andi vicinitiy. L LOUIS LANDT, WmnesLiquoi~ and igars1 MLAIN NTREET, MTIIAIE%.?iM.T.' MA DNMeat M arketa'1 YK. F BYRNES&Ot O., Prop's.I AN khiisi 111 Fresh Beaf. Perk. Naows% "navae. Ac.. &a -~Frosts Vrcat~ai.I'.. 4'hno v' and Ittlt tar Aiwilty' ~iiIlat 1,,1. LIVER1Y, Feed and Sale Stable. aws Uaatasa DL . Maids.. Rigs of all Kinds, Fine Saddle Animals and best S~tabling. Calf c,.u...

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. — 2 April 1885

USh ~iatfrat 'atol. FELL & VItOOMAN1. Publishers. MAiIDE¶N. - MONTANA. About twenty states have legislative semeions only omen in two years, and it 'as aid not one of them contemaplates go ing beck to th. old plean. The aggre gate of legislation with biennial sessions a reduced by one-third to three-flfths. It is em clnaivel!' showa that the hie. sila seesion consumes no more time then a singl. annual seesboe. Washington Monunment, despite all assnrance to the contrary, is said to b " 'getting out of plumb," on account of seuflieint foundations. The Sicientific American, In referring to this report, my. that the conditiona of the founda tione forms a good subject for examine lion and diecussion, end it trust. that it will receive ettention by the most comn p-en jugs The Lick telescope, of C'alifornia, when completed end mounted, will he the largest instrument of the kind in the world. In looking through this tele scope it Is reckoned that the moon will he brought within thirty m...

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. — 2 April 1885

-w a Sat wtmir,r het ! Kist u( the susatbamn midami, fon mtwimmfll.yeu ftr-tear, U With gulp that frees.m fawn. t In 76 by ther troata me ebmtt Whaeiver ways YOU gIn. ,etglmwmaer mn. alark t ](k ) ruttanXItl .hetmndmtamglsg wids lb. ekb with furs sad blamtag hearth Tour carnlval may ameor.. tihil. Ninth mad theer my mlg ma peree liege wain" eve all mme. Q. Dut hat Winter hot Wiesmi, VIMWho've - buthe treagt tins sld, fu set at basy the or seller .w mtiumin Who fadi. the nhfrkraiag w -pmins With .hlekn hernia afEutait. Who draw their tum ns. sammd ding Their shivertag lullabys. tOf lagtmd dw f mmee mid.lat rad wsu iatA ro tid Wnt hd wre theP fell. Ha! Witeir,htbut inte, Bauw yeur reigna em thnse; 3a1dpiy se mar~md mmd wanm haute -ostwo ayad tiro.. -Meru Rm enrE Avowe, In lb Cuwmt. J AN. "Ain. how pretty she is!" he maid. ..Was thera ever sach a pretty lasa, i'ye think. Jeans" "Perhaps not." said Jean; mad she look her milking pails, and followed Hulula going on before with a light st...

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. — 2 April 1885

FELL & VitOOMAN.', I Ic. Iurdiard is lcctur.ný on 'kit 1 Have Met." Pity hie !xilj't mct J er Jalles before he didl Maline. W. W. Alderson. editor of the Courier has been nominated by the repiublicans for mayor oif R'ue.ni.u. Samuel C. Cox. (Sunset). of New; York, was nominated and eontirmed minister to Turkey, last week to sue coed General Wallace. The cattle men of Wyoming, Colo rado and Nebraska, agree that the past winter has been the finest for many years for both range and trail cattle. General J. Harris, who has just re turned fromu New Orleans, and who ought to know; says that Montana 'takes the cake in her mineral display! at the Exposition." A Georgia editor concentrates some ideas thus: "G;old is found in 36 counties in this State, silver in 3, dia monds in 26, and whisky in all of them. and the last gets away with all the rest." The I&s providing for the use of flancroft's reaers, Swinton's grammar anal Harper's geograp)hy in schools of1 Montana, to the exclusion...

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. — 2 April 1885

LOCAL N! WS Easter S uumdav, .1 lot 1 ." again. tit N. T. i)iaastaore will agr.te'e tie I .r~aae Iii Jury will. his lere-epaee. lie sttart- tit Saturday. l A. M1. Kiter ated Fraaak Ma:rtiac leave,9 l~aturelay feor the c .elaly .cttt toe atteued zet et. at.. leave for thme etomiaty seat Satter- i i daty or Stenday. fa Take your etloeks set leave theem cleaned and regulated at l:'.T. !slntison's. J. L Stuart le-aves; his ranchd to. neorrow, for the comity seat, lie will ci serve on the Girande Jury. Maj. Hughes, Inspecpetoer teneral emn tieneral Terry's -tair', bas beeno pro moted to Lieut. Coloeluei. &eheool election for one trustee, to hold of ice for three years, Saturday. e IYolks at Giroesbeck & Poelande's store. 1 All extras for watlches ande clocks., at i K. T. Marstoam's. P'rise,, low for repIair- rl hag. If. J. llr tha.'r. nnma tee~eer Mzgioaisl n 3hinslg :teniaaaey, left feer I le'leaea orn e WIednaeeeay's sc.aeh. to e itsitertt itt week or ten days. We, are. indsebt...

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. — 2 April 1885

no hail l Tenbnery .1 uwuam" Anthees Is Our own age differs from thore that preceded it not least in the pecu liar character oi its moralists. In former times the minister of religion was usually the sole recnonlzed mor alist. lifers and there scientilic mnur rlusts have had coasiderable influence upon the moral practice of small groups of educated men. Both these :lasses of moralists we still have with as, although at present uader a eclipse. Ne.ither the clergy nor those whome they address are quite clear as to the bias of the ologiac doctrine pre suppoe I lin all moralizing from the pupi. Th scientific moralist can act d~reetly address a public so enor mous, so ill-educated, so scant of leis are, and so sager fur excitement as the public of modern Etaripe. Never theless, nronklad continue to have as appetite fur that moral exhortation which they denounce by rote as dry sand Insipid, while consumiag It in retquantities, and with little regard toquality. They have founad new preach...

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. — 2 April 1885

M 11m e sm Onewea leembn bbsb meuva melm.ai. of b. aiam the Is lawieg "maai..as abee by laemlnra ml kpeelta by he.s amb: Wher.ei. Ths meeasdbsllsllleteahaa bseuel bet me gawrammi t bfle ,tuhlabba mbme..le hes.. foot, at beae.em to eat am w bveabeMo at e bwretlerlia at rhe - ad Nimeegua. Cefte aim eed dam lel Swishthbe. prst..aaalhaet at aiablasi ea ý.riis far~am be ra.tlhkaat Cei wilhehi oat tat rewubbee ow @beamfuhamle sam sr hatw Ybe. biar-aaaabe msed mma. be emstl trot abe i. l shrpwllaatlerae far bhe mtam amatdl besi w lCaOweael Laerlaee . puti s. wale s bhe Uelbed itee k"la M stw a epetalendimpactal biaterabt oft be Ueld tsle amabojownds. with ahaaa mauttee rgen dlol Mae Is ber semlas aemalt ses bhe a.mtlem eaow is p ea. lmet m y lemlemo o t be farms at ..lmee ttinetob etreumeteeeee sad with beo pwps~peae hantaeeea, Is ragerd mli- at an ught t ehetreasieby be Iotaba/mi eat sat oferleedll de be Ne istelemeess we bhe righbs at be .Ueited lbtate eed at be raswuhlee a Nicuegue mld ...

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. — 2 April 1885

s,1v..I at tli.~ I c'eti Ian'l 4)4Mice. umav F ig:ere-t to the jpuldi'i mt %, irý.i:\gg% . 1.%%1, ((i s N I. Dei ?ver, 4o1. sis1~ i re a tiitsed that, l}- dlirec tion of thme Ilugi. Secretasry of thme Interior of liei 27th ultinmim'. the in. emtruetioner tin' you of Jan. 5th, 1$.t;", that the tes.timnomy of witnesmses inI pre emptions final proofs miar be taken: only before thme ltegi-ter mamd Iteeeiver, or the clerk of a court of records in the, counmty andl State or district andm territory in whmich time land's are situiateml, are re vokiIl. In niakinig finmal proofs in pre-emption (Eases the testimuony of witnes'-A may he taken before any otlicer qualified to admitnister oaths and atllrminatiotmu in jmtzllie hand casexs in the county in which the Intel in situated. I~espeetfmmlly, N C. Mm FttmtmA'm, Cmnmumissioner. $Ostise P1g1M b Csalms,. "N~'hatch ;loin', B1il1 ?" "Fishin." "(uinbnte a hook; mine's broke." "Haint got no hook." --Then lemmne some bait." "Haint got no bait." "Ket...

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