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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 9 April 1885

VoLil. No.35. Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thursday, April 9, 1885. _ro 0Cn .MAllº'I:N, I'llI'IlºAY, April it 'i.. FELL at VROOMAN. lalirsati aiý P:. ro. abased Class miar. AD EKtTISIN(1 JATF.4 5*tah. ama imawellam *........ -..........ý. 1W "" - nat b .... - - ...........W..... V 1 *is * . ...... ....... . I....... i/metal eMem glum au lages spars sad eafidlmg hemal dtiss I?. sgate reT lime. ipaslal sdad, lemsefi) pa~ai.I. mserilI i. ad MAX. w~rzltMk3. ti(. U. t'I41\IfL. WArERMAN &f MdillTRl, ATTORNEYS AT LAINt FT. IENTON. M. 'r. our care fmcnnl MlI1"t2 In :. ic~y. LOUIS LANDT, Whalsasia med Kltm.s~ I Pster. im Wines, Liquors and Cigars Fbitz Mair. Cards and Use 6lssswe.ri. MAIN sTULEET1. MAII)t N. M.T. MAIEN Meat Market. X. F. BYR2NZS & CO.. Prop's. AN bledlls ii Fresh See!. Poih. b,:a: tar Al~wcye' . ~~I liti.l LIVERY, Feed and Sale Stable. UmAt lh snlat St.. Maiden. Rigs of all Kinds, Fine Saddle Animals and best Stabling. Mi If ...u Rs'l 3 Sri ,t,:a.'. h.C - " I.xtr hý. ...

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. — 9 April 1885

Fl~I.I. it V BUtJMA.1 Punt e'err. MAIIDEN, - - ONTANA.., March thus far, has been a remark ally cold mouth and bi1ds fair to g Up om record ma the coldest month foq ma y years. The month has not only bear remarkably cold, but It haa alan been remarkably dry. The total number of Immigrants ar tiving In the U~nited States during the month of Fabruaty was 11,01985 against 15,862 arriving in the same mouth of 1884. The total arrivals for the fBrat two mouths of this year were 18,8:,0 against 27,877 arriving in the firat two mouths of 1884. Germany saut the, largest number 2,712; Austria 1,504; England and Wales l,t ,23. The great increase of street travel Is New York overtaxesa all methods of transportation, and leads to the belie that an underground railway system. as In London, ºs the only way out of the dif Beculty. The number of per.ZII carried on street railways and omnibus lines in the city has Increased in the last thirty years from 7,000,000 a year to 802,000. 000, an average ln...

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. — 9 April 1885

TWIT! NIUII "I meat have oe." said Cathie Nut lord. Cathie wasn titling at ike breakfast "MeNast i r the Qseeee, said Mr. Hartford, rakhing out for amother met Ba 'Now, Undle, esl"n.! implored Cathie. "How many hate have you got al. readyr inexorable demanded Mr. Harfod. 'Nothings that ia aultable for thin so enehoa," -respmead COathe. 'Lath.s dram no elegantly far Mrs. Barte.Will oughby'anaornlngmcocerta. And Mad am Perseans hasn the lovellret opera that eke will iet ma have lor twenty dollars --only half prise, end.e, dear; liemaune Mim Hyde, for whom it wa made, has gonm into mourning sad dedde not to take It l" "lmdeed,' mid Unaeleartlord. "Dear end.,y you'll giv mas tweuty dollar.!" "I'll Rive you nothing .1 the sort,' sawd Uncle Hartford, decidedly. Cathie aried a little when her each had gom to hisa oae.. "Mean old thing! r aid heke qpostro phising the portrait of her gramd-nncle. which hung gtiff and simpering above the mantle. "With all your oceasna of moaey to gredge me a ...

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. — 9 April 1885

1 . 1 311-:,I'll 3 3 10 141 Apri 1 YELL & VROOMAN. 1 l4 sena.t4. adjournedA -I: \j '. It isreported that It.IitI ..: tenllla. the iso :d hrd.t 1 " ..3 v i Central America ii elmil '14 , he. ll defeasted andI killkd. G.arter I larlon 1r. '1 A te.iiiilitt for mayor.4 of Chicao 444 1cry I (lem Cral' dand kRupul4 liit p iI the ckityi .tr.II 144 a44 1 14i1lit thi . I.~ )! w a VWe acklowlwedge rLe-it o41 4031 inunicatiolli fromh 11(41. J .4n1' .. I ergo-, Representatives 1 hitch adf4 I. . 1<'wat. wuuich are unavoidjiably CrOW(slu1 0)11 4f this issue. Tlkese with a Icttei from "U~n- looker," will al4pelr Ilc-\t w''v~k. CIes elnd's nom14int11ol oI f I 'C.rso n to4 continlUe in o)111ce as pt.stiuitcr in New York City, is "sour grapes"' 344 . good many dlemocerats but a 14u13 ';tand for civil service reforml. Peoarso 4uwa. strongly endorsed !u> business n442i. Trade is plicking up. ( ur ealwtcrl4 exchanj~es note a marked in1crea4c 414 tile movement of n'eridlandlist.. par ticularly ...

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. — 9 April 1885

LOCAL [,'1V-' The fr'ighMint;t ,Ia- .,, 1, + hts we.' k .$..r."to i fd..allx Tile M1a;innitti 1o-~'si em ;doye-' are wiet trip tee tte'1/inlt, Ii'- ..lii i ' !.Ir.e. ir. latwnit ja trelpring to pit it et t sitnk oi( itiilittaty htd ul~ fa.egwsls. l.vettthiutt itt the t'.1imii lieu can. now ~afottel itt tir.a,.Iw~eI .t t'ºlw's.iti. e R~. M. I)ryd.-tta ne.w "iuI' mid baiett.1 golrid test hi- elatial asil god.it. A. 31.'io p-i.tei?~i If-fi lortheI Spruing, tis tetlorrinig. Mtbg. true iis I14wittiest. 1:. Mt. Wtilson, of NW"x Yorki. lt-atk- ' II .1. ltrutlier. ,,!l icehu In bee ieased 1.y It. F. Craidilxk x ir. tugs 3Iza.tII i "-e u te.t % %i'i ,e uI.trt that *t . ...~~h. I.iit fftn IIr tie Mtlitibhi1i*l' %.,ib las x.Ii- rtoi jut r'he I hui in ...I'c ,ei: lIhi- 4.u 1..i 11e.;Iig i-m .. arilln alu.t r. it- . 1'1'i~.,,.i'.". luring " alii iTemilditig ttextlt 1'11, e n .ii. !toiert 'to it: liids I' 141 ncle iti.uu "'thu il I .it1 1 I .''i t~ I- aat'a :i 1, -a , ns-,aarrs'-, tia' hl, II . t...

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. — 9 April 1885

Fair is~ yIwve en Fair, Of what a light tha world would toes Cvold she go henan ltssel is moy Love, so see~t, The urges that, fold em "tie, itwath- up the edors of the rime, Leau swuetome hobld True is my Layo, so true, Her hoaret lesma alesr, The moat. of itsrlaythlm bed Throbs tl~rouh my ows. IfrIs uthar Luer s-=e U u erLeNj eke with teurs of rsptae ewbº m1she ,h isisMaw irhe barmorwlas, saner, -Til all eur dey are doss, Tour heaven is full ot angeW N'ubrn, Kite hld- batesaa Fir the Gompeates. An English geotleman of wide .in ture and obeevrwilo remarked that "esuibery" seemed to him mope com taoe among young girla c this country than in any other chissa, here or abroad. American hoys, -n the contrary, he thought vera wonderfully tree frm thie fault, being mash mren frank and unassuming in meaner than their Brii-, lab cousins. This statemenat as. entirely unpeel udloed, and not the result ci a desire to Aind fault or to pick laws. As ea examople of this tendency, the gentle. man g...

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. — 9 April 1885

US eSmef sm,. Ssad'S Smitem. 2Twhefilawtag appeared le Os New ltas Naiedls Seemr as Eswb K During the peft week sea s bree heas ha.l a eamlmartlvsly eomfortabl5 esIth.te Thele. somalia wtthwbleh behhas bee agaetajhasebees eastrolleml es he obtalse by aid at emodysee, a meemel emest t eteeimep Ne has set loet lesh, std h epwereeataesdealatlebate 01 bepaemed At the weekly eoasaltatoam, attesded by Des 5. it. Dommglael. 3. bmteaaad~oegsl. bm*Py, at ws derided thbt the load diseeee wee stml is aheysece sad that tha waes of slesratios had set p~v Iile icrrased. virtually the sawe ttttkiar tadecywee mnotel by Dr. lerdyee Barber, who had visited the dh.tiagsl~hed p. beat at intervals durting thatrrsold. The aweil leg mater the right easle ofthe lower jaw le etamewbot greater, test the gland I. that mites flea ie not more inudarted, ser bee It became nacre Seredy AxedL The aleerated surfaces le the throat sad en the Mhugs. are covered with as yellowish esadatles, Is which seltesate O OP~ebl...

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. — 9 April 1885

A Piaaeer in fa:! .i Weil as in y taw. The" 'cinreh1 iuiciect "f Th.. . 'rth faect- ineeecle4 ,,,,tco geet It -aVy ltie Pioeleler l're" e-tchlt.Iai' liet lt ,eecre luau a jri'atct eeneclrtl i~ it i .le-e'lyi'decet lace I with e'.erV piaset ."f.4 the' rapjidly d..vle ei e:tg ci uilrtii.: l co ee tuteii'i it reds 1e1 facet a- uwe'I:" tee 11:1114'. -thele feettic.(r s" cc.rkee ue rc ý ofl ihe' girowthl ;k.cei Ire 'cel~te y. Icet 31eel1" tot' thee eitceý .ef't. P':eel taite 'lijtee~leec Jcs. butt ef the' empljire' eel A-.te" 114. te rtiteties eef weie tm lc-~e' citll"' are' ti. .s'niie %n(1e type. Ye itte tte fire't edatit of political c,'e' i1) thiet No rthweset tic 1s"Et, the. t4t. Peiti Weeklyi P'ioeere' ielade~ its II leellliticl'' ite' fo de~eee.r Iee"eeg /he~ faituums Jantusc Me. I ieechede', a1141 fronit tiect ge'r ieas greewi aemmel iece s~eelld lii'h e J lel'e.'l pre'es eof tte-dici. Mahier jeeurlsti halve tome l at 41111 goleel int e'mccit'se jerte'e'.csilei, adIteel ti"r verI...

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. — 16 April 1885

VoL I. No.36. Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thumday, April 16, 1885. Price 10 Cents 8ht "giutnal grgus. MAIIEN, Tll JI'HtAY, April ii;. Wi. pM'It.yIIED EViMAY TIII't I)AY BY "ItLL & VKOOMAN., tmired Maldea P. 6. rm Se.md -tu sMwar. TERMS OF sUBW RIIrIIoN: ass mat s...._..-....... . .  o.. oer ... ..-.-.- ---................ ».- L ADVERTISING RATES : It . .ba t .._.».t..... - ....... U a ll " . ......--.......................... .09 - » e 0 w t . . . . . . .... . . . . . . . . . . ..» . . .. . t l./ u I"  I.awr i - ... . lpeelat aiesinmmeste payable strictly in a. .tX. W 1TalIAa. N. U. e lutTrIRe . WATERMAN & MclNTIRE, hATTORNEYS AT LAW FT. BENTºN. . T. Will attend to all huoinh.sa intruste|d to our care from Maidtenl asnd viiity. LOUIS LAND-T, LWheltele and RIetal Omelers Ia Wines~Liquors and Cigars lats amer. Cards xad Bar Glasware. SMAIN STREET T. MII)EN. M.T. MAIDEN Meat Market. 0[. F. BYRNEB & CO., Prop's. AS ktads of Fresh eet. PIk, MUltom. SausIge. Ic.. S. MAIN...

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. — 16 April 1885

ISe giaalI_ f ltgu. FELL & VIOOMAN, Publisbei MAIDEN, - * . MONTANA. a MaL. VAnIrIuIIILT, With a party o1 ten, is at Mobile, whlnce he will go to New Orleans. GvOe(;E . PUILLMANS' sulbcriptiosll for the benefit of the New Orleans ex. positlesamoutnt to ,400 L Cantr JUSTICE W AUT., in Florida for a month, says that he is going to pass the time "as lazily as possible." KIwNi IIr-xnEHT, of Italy, has ander taken the task of effecting a reconcili ation between Plooplon Bonaparte and his wife. Masses. Fa.toD AND MACmAY will, it it is said, erect two business blocks In san Francieco the coming summer to eost ,1.o00.000 each. Tan Princess Louise ngland is eodeling a states la broeam of her toyal mother, which is to be placed in the Lincoln cathedral. 8snoKArN MASOx, who shot at Gui teee, s Uliving quietly on his Virginia 4arm with Betty sad the baby. 1ls museum experience yielded im near jy $sooo Io cash. A VaYr pretty story is told of Victor Hugo, the little 4-yearold 'son of James ...

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. — 16 April 1885

THE CANADIAN UPRISINOG. Tht the InUlsa as Well as the Half Breeds Are Now on the War Path Is a Udlesiable YFact. Camea. at the PIe.liag Trahmia. In order to alleretand ftelly the direnm tanen w hb!h hare Id tip to ti ihl-urrec thiu in the *nrkat"lihewa country it le Ineeo mary to gou Ick to the uprino iin Manitoba n 1teti. Ln, nwn am the lied river renellboa. end the euies whirtb led to that outbreak. The lled river rel.ellimt was inident to, the transfer by the ludeu,'. Bay ceiupany of its terltory to the domuinion overnenetr.t For nearly two hundred years this great fur trading coop,.mny had not only eljoyed the exelutsive riht to the entire trade and tratle of the itnmeinriunwe In~e aons granted eby King (harlet IL to 'Prine Itupert and hal seven teen asnociates, bat had made lawn for and governed the territory, haingr eomulite Imbhip thereof, with fall kgiselativr. juLdi elal and exenutve powen. The liat ruenewal of the cLartar expired In 11,i.' and after that It wan never...

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. — 16 April 1885

11. lEN. T i In IiAY.. ri l, 1 - I' Hlitl! ll. 11\ -1:1 lilt Il.- it 1 IL -" FELL & VROOMAN. lIoth gilanld an I Ru-si. arie n;l: ng pjreparations for the thllitt %% hi inow seems inev-ita~!e. The latest re.gardin. :en. (;rnt to thie e'nect that he is r-cltillt- e with no immediate d tog'r. T'o brutet--Sulliv.ln an:l v:.n hIave signtl articles of a; rclln-ent for I fight with small glove'. at itutel. on the 16th of June. iThey arc lialk to run up against the Pott's la.r prohibi tinlg lighting aln knocked i!titile I;rst round. Butte has a pretty hard rvl: tation now and to perlnit tlhe;. tI uL!i ers and the gang of plug-t-II':;- tati follow in their wake to visit the cit, would cap the climllax or Iliu-:p1l rottenness. The "'had .lln h" are too g4ool for threml. li ttis issue will he found lctt rs fromln kcresentative I latch anl 'erg'i; on the failhre to make provision ior representation for Fergus cou:lit in thil next legislature. Mr. Fergus intro dulced a bi1 for that purl...

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. — 16 April 1885

LOCAL lii Ititm l fur trni wilk c.tti t 'lmir tiim timitlr tr i t: ." t imit Im le'itlismss i tis t tlinrt a r a nt m". kitr,., nhup at tht"I'": d of I:Li11 M. X. It~ijli·r mI.c~ itikitil Pike~ I~l,tttdu~ :.a a ril. i Illl~tint I h it,!, tiiit I tsittititi Adttu ith .mt t ., liii ltsitf It"" itt' ri waiml a app tar tin rlot i iiti iii witi Itt Imir,~ i a - tic iti i ii 4.'` ;itt llln ', p taiihiii N jiit' in th ! int.. i. nt'.;ilt- i , ~li ·l 1~111 mm. p.r rl-i mm.~ It wIt.·~i ttaikiit·'tti·r :ittI cit p bit·l n\~~ic fiti lr it .en t itiert ara w it tilis 4 I11 thit"i, iii, i i n l r,. mxlx"i. it i tieirifuiur f!.ifaiii X. I~id~r ~s., tkI I *ik'. Land il ututn f1Lte ! ;). to . il-n :I .or ria l its I ii i I i i l i i i halt mit an i~rluntt Ir rui with he't Rut ~ ~ ~ i FU1"1:.t. i,1 \ 2I'"".' ··. '·' r "r $· 'I i . 14.4 1 ' 1" .t , ill .":14 14. 1 11 .1..,1 1 I.. a~~.i- "l Ici. . iI t 44444' :1 4 .' '1'1 N ..I ;.- '4I1! .II :h. in .. irk , :. :.14 : ! t I , 1 .t ,. tilt((( ""n '",I l...

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. — 16 April 1885

A $504001 JUP. The lroret of a Creak to Iesp frem the Top of the Washistea lMeusent. "Did you ever leap from a very high plae.. and do you know what the sen sation is during the passagel?" This was asked by a midd e-aged man who, with hundreds of others. was wandering through the monu ment grounds a few days ago. I replied that I had no such experi. enae. writes a Washington correspond eat of The ,'ne tork Sun. "'Then you have something to learn," he said. "Ilave I had it? Yes; but I am not satisfled. I intend to jump from the top of that monument. It's more than 5 U feet high they say. I never leaped from a higher place than 1t or 121 feet. It was from the mast of a vessel. I don't know exactly how many feet it was. Did it hurt me? Io,. not a great deal. I struck feet foremost in the water and went under. I don't know how far, but a good ways, for they had time to reach me after I came up. a little e.ased, but amply d by the delights of the sen ston duriNgthe pasmage. I haew a man ...

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. — 16 April 1885

Cravate sad smars are made of pa. per by a Berlia msafastarer. "Tise Hotl g l splecs of the, DeviL" ia the mame n,1 a imaslag clunk in Texas. New York poposesto introdue the Laodo arhe of hrlng empty houses for bs Over three hundred dwelangs have baee built In o , e.dar.M Ight le tt e bootaks, who had eat their wa from New Orleans, a. ived at Los Angels. Cal., remetly. The Washagta Territory Is ylum staio present 140 Ia mt-- 110 mn asad trsty-alne we ma. Tbm UO ted BStaes p s a Ital l- populatio od 1000, dof whom e 0090 wrldo la theo cLy od Neo Tork. lest In Toronto, Canadl a. t- Of the  t Iademt at Johnto an, sw" ealmeety cit ty dibreat Ieti e New OrleanU espoaot l the eletrio lights aloae coat about $1,-60 The Methodist Epismopal chureh I gig to start nother uulverty Ia eter Missouri or easter Kansas. A Kansas cieisn ofters $600,000 If the will all it by his mame. There is great sufernlg san lam ci ok oem the orth sad south ice e the Red river. Ia Louisiana. caused by loods f...

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. — 16 April 1885

..OCAL ; L,~ l.atnh fris-w ill V o.1 n Lw ril .. The "'Tip Top" i- looking tip tp. "l'hilng livening updown at Alpine. Even tthe h-,rn"t thieves got "a ticket 4 le'avc." I:. T. Marston nlow ha*. Ilmncridianl time. Sket your watches. Thle Maginni, colmpany i- working eight hour shifts in the' mine. Mr. Belanger thinks Maiden is goial e.nough for him. Sim will he a darling in long dresses, ere long. Yrs. H. W. Iligley with her two children, left on Tuesday's coach for the Black Hills. She will Spenil the summer at Lead City. A fire on the hill, just bIack of the Maginnis mill, created a little alarm on Thursday of last week. It was extinguished before doing any damage. They all come back ! - Jensen, who started for Alaska about a year ago, arrived in Maiden, on Monday's Ubet coach. He gut .is far as Cali fornia. John Beck received a letter from I'. Biglen, last week, in which hie said he was not pleased with his home in the Hills, and would return to Maiden in the fall. Wallae Bell, ...

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. — 23 April 1885

pd.II. No.37. Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thursday, April 23, 1885. Price 10 Cents 3IAIlEN, *rll'RntfiAY. April Prlt I.I.IMn EVEl TllIt -lAY I'Y FELL & VROOMAN. auil at iao te. P. as ear Ciass maer. TERMS UI- SFIL.' It IlPIi: - su m . ............... ........ ............... .... 2.u S er......................... ... ... .. ..... .... 5 ADVWEIRlIN. IA'T~AS : I 1a. ew tierden.......... ...--......... I., I * " . eat .... .... ............ ... 00 S i ...... ......... I . l. " e lear ......... ................. ..............u -elaIl tiese gies , tang papa e ad .Jeading adleentumeb. Leaal atoie 11 actea per l1.e. paial ader.tlasmse payrable srirly Is ad MAX. W.TEltIAN. . t. ui. A1 INTIRE. WATERMAN & MIN'PIRKi, ATTORNEYS AT LAW FT. IBENTOIN, . T. Will attend to all hu, inllr intrulstd to I our care fromtI Mailiden and vicinity. LOUIS LANDT, Wbhelial and etail IDtkrl in Wines, Liquors and Cigars Blal Beer. Cards sd Bar Gk:ss, vre MAIN r TREET, . hiN. t.T. MAIDEN Meat Market. K....

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. — 23 April 1885

Ihb e iu naI 3ixgus VEI.L £ VECONAN. ?ublJlinin MAIDENr, O - - ]IONTANA Nearly a dene sates East and woeS, have selectel days i April for the planting of trees. I the Northwest, the rst day of May has usually been knows a "Arbor-day." The defeat of th Freach by the Chinese L the last battle in Tonquai seems to have reached the proportions of a disaster,the French general Negrier being severely wounded, sad his whole rmy bhing forasd to retreat, abandos ing an important eity, forts, and muse terrtory, with a prospect of still ar ther etreat, which will give p about an that has been won during the ht lag n. es e mp.ig. The new ines commilner promptly commits himself to the en. Ieremes t of the progrreslv policy re rdiag the red me which Mr. Cleve lad laid down to his inaugural. Mr. Atkins epreses the hope that th ad mbistratoba of his bureau will be such as to teach the ladiess that the Oor emaent Is not their enemy, and an aouees that the system of educating them into self-spport ...

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. — 23 April 1885

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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. — 23 April 1885

~mm )qu~I~ B~l' MIAIDEN, THLT$DAY, April 23. ISM P13L1MH" i EVERY THtkICDAY 1W F EL L & V 1 O O X [ A N . tGen. (rant is so much improved I that attending physicians express con fidence in his ultimate recovery. The Prince of Wales was greeted in Cork with a volley of onions. They wanted to show hor strong their at tachment was for the heir apparent. A i little riot followed just for the sake of amusement. The Illinois legislature still refuses either to elect a United States senator or adjourn. Three of the body have kindly consented to die which is suffi cient encouragement to believe that its existence will not be perpetual. President Cleveland issued a procla. mation on the 7th inst, declaring the executive act of February a7th, open ing a large portion of the Winnebago and Crow Creek Indian reservations, illegal, and gives settlers sixty days to to move off. There is but little change in the as pect of affairs between Russia and England. While both powers are sue ing for pe...

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