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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 23 April 1885

Mutes ki, Of aMgo Liew. IL w a Rriesdalyr":.trwl r. 'c SieN*a. AND P1.xr.I.M1.;I.%T . row from Ilaide to 1'Iw ........................ .I GAN) lotto .....Nude, .....- ....... i I. r.umJ trip.. .... ..." 1 Grimm 1 *·Wro w 81111nm .......................... I:5'U Y.·r.- Ifro m. ie .tee e ............. a , Milliuga. perID........ pt .. .. . Ihrc... . ..... .ur. NM.i.. mad Jumetlam Coy Lft. ere r.Mmidr., W.r.ara. W..dme7ad and Fri day,.Arw.Tr~.a Ta.aaaN.r.. illF "." AND pA "'.6 N NAThW. ?'ar frsm maid"g wINMNUN tity.......... .IN !i l Nperthr per lb. Rai....d»....e. » .. ia. Tbrw her tl Ir" nd llr I·LInw ulrr It. Paul. SWt'o!-,woRf,.-At r"- tMln. N. T.. AI p.iL. by ker. J. D. Phnnr., Ir .itmn I. uj A. A. urwti'. |. Aar y. M .. i M. MisL . na. dnbiMr o A. I IIt. .". rd, F,. Lon- w Ur. .. A. LOCAL NEWS. Lieut. Ruobiawo of Ft. Maginnia, W made tw a pleasant call yeaterday. Adam was not adispeptia.-Ex. Who care Adami whetiher he war or not. For a (]1 meal, go the Chequamegon rentaurlat, M...

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. — 23 April 1885

UI MDI IN TEN IlOG L. lit hdy we n l a ds, Sh w alks by 'upc r.;u I know wherhe o s p.1mw stad Amld the amage tmees. The tervid-beaten passion dower lun r in bher ggauldn  .ver; The ..bli blses y by her Mower, The pal. traee wave ove hber. The sky that pgrets her upward view In one Vast sun-lit 4dour, Is like that orbt's erul-can hu In tiea's ehurch at IKuo. And wbhen dey's glories sl.wly di, And wlkl birds sinlgl n, mlre TIhe smutbera nes then hlises high The clouds Magellan rw. Ilnoe day wbew bills are growing dark, And wthe I lo'g for rt, I'll step stsar.l my little bark And staer bertoward the west. And seek my lady In the land Where sumnwr dies no more. And when I reach that tropte strand My wand'rtaga will be uer. Lad ret I know whea enld, lark seas rak on a wintry strand; We sanowy Aklds and leafe es ties Are over all the land; I know that were she with am nmo llnmwever old and dre TIb winter's wind blew o'er my brow, Ikl'd mak a s amr here. --lr nj £h*- A W W aw r "I wish...

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. — 23 April 1885

A t «sp ea. - th tae abasem i • se N irmit pmp ireen M lnWaml. Sbway lo th workp A PhbeY.a dtew diaktt s 'bes sht the mae deaa AS alh Me. u bog. .erhe·enr lv emp Ypes i a p.p work geered seed is wll u d dab .- e . di rm ia ho. ~ . . r. :* asg p.. - : wee..h.. ha d m w - s Uma, adI m mbor . !Loal -p wre lauded ylaba oenalb, tegeth.. wih altin.on, ad mat I the weeks A. hy .ear te r place they wen.inoirded by airth. w.o awd :lM .abte d awe w rhe - MtL waawee .b ed hean, the sea pura. kit wrcaaot t tb lo, who ra ered-i a ceip woid polio wen deuwe inses, Natuesai eakerf orfrleab.s, w be din theh b efea reevesr. Oer 84_emare dme depositors asies sees Us s e d Vse I" mme:ts u s l t..mha it Ies a:eee:m tep S n---.- a m tothe mo who w ah to so. aed thmouseands of ease dit e ts with his('Cherrb !dwbe wmld sever have alied is him, if t mee keat a br Wi Krer M toeabove sem for m Iseareis meIs w s a h amest bidder for eaus or emi Dee e .s the eiw known spoatsg ase, i Sto be di g os Drtarahts...

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. — 23 April 1885

Can Pay For His Cewardice. The Townsendll lrantnh:ant, .Lter giv ing full larticulrs of tlhei recent scare given Judge W-sde and part). wind. up with the followin- .at'Ji-le 'dsice to the county commissionrs: The whole Iusines 'was a lpine si t ridiculous folly on the ,.'t of the court, and no man in tli town can le" found to believe that l':dmnunson or Warfield were within forty mles of the range that day. This exhibition of cowardice on the part of the court' w:ll put the county to an 'xln.nse ofl aot $2oo, and we world suggest that the comnissioners allow the Judge to pay it out of his own poc:kt. Should the story get abroad we look : to see the P'olice (;azctte come out with a highly illustrated account of the Chief Justice of Montana being "held. up" by road agents, andi it will have a nice elffect on people in the east who I contemplate coming here. and place Montana in a nice light. We hive heard many expressions here to the effect that Wade should resign and let the presid...

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. — 30 April 1885

VIje 3e inMral 315Pe. VoL II. No. 38. Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thursday, April 30, 1885. Price 10 Cents P1r[I.I4Hb, TIll sitaID :11.r11 :l.. ^PI'[t1l4HEI lil: ti: f \' "11 R 1I1Y 1;y FRLL & VROOXAN. Entered at Maiden P. O. as Secsnd Ctass matter TFI:S II . e I s <it-cili llTION Pix .onth ,..... . AD1'lti'rl. IN IAI.TES: I IUrh.o,, pg wrtina . I *." mora . 7 1s " as . Year ...a. lipria" l tales gives .,% largo se at,. .i:t andar advertsmeetnts. fintal testIices 1:. cetat I.r h h*ti ýrlal attemlwaents ~av .'I Vraril 1.In ad sI X. Wv rir:i4.t'. 11. ... 14 l.. 11A.4RM.NN & :i IN l1:. I ATTORNEYS AT LAW Tr . iIF:. XTs ) , '1. '1'. HWill nttvend4 to .111 sn s nrni It .Nlr eaIrs frtmII Jlaside.n s nal ci."ntitl. LOUIS LANDT, W~hlsale~a anal Iit tra th akc r" in Wines, Liquors and Cigars Blatz 0eor. Cards and Bar Giss.ware. .1I . I N STU I AT, \I 1 I .I IN. MI -1. MAIDEN Meat Market. M. P BYRNES & CO., Prop's. A:1 kinds of Fresh D t. l o: o . Muldon. 1 !'. I' . t c .. Ic \...

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. — 30 April 1885

11~e Iierxal' rp;5. Fs.!L & VNOOMAN. Pubi:shes. MAIDEN, * MONTANA. -EB AND TIZIL, TiE chief characteristics of Brook lyn are said to be by an Inhabitant a big bridge and two popular churches. A GEomoIA negro, after living 96 years of single blessedness, foll heir to a small fortune and has been mar ried. Tmnarr-eursx railroads, embracing eleven thousand miles, or nearly one. tenth of the mileage of the country, were taken in charge by rece.ivers last year. Ax the Massachusetts senate recently a resolution providing that a person's disbelief In God shall not e~ect hiscred ibility as a witness was defeated by 1t to 24. Mns. Lucy Srows once made a plea that "If women go into the pulpit the number of male church members will Increase," but it Is said that the only woman pastor ia Massachusetts has lost 83 per cent. of the male church members ia four years. Oxs of the prominent eltisens of Adairsvllle, Ga., fell asleep In church last Sunday. His wife, sitting by, pushed him gently 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. — 30 April 1885

IT WN ilm. fow Cupid ever managed to send .i Stephen Barker after me I never could e find out; but that is between they- a selves, ead is none of my business. A man good enough for Elisabeth and c Janet, and all such ornaments to their , ses, to lay his honest heart at my fool- n ish little feet. I own that for a day or two the honor almost turned my head. Then I began to consider. I had e loved Norman Strong ever since I easkl remember, and Norman had been my friend when no one sami a kind word to me. The t a e stood thus: I was en ( orphan, left to the eare of ean ucle and t aunt remarkable for that kind of pro priety that wins our admiration and awakens our hearty demire to get away e from It. I had a mall fertUSe ofd ,- a 000; that is, I was to have t if I remala. I ed unmarried until I was thirty-vye, or if I married before with my unelet ap paroal. Now, uncle did not approve of Nor- c man. In fact, ancle never approved o1 any one that I liked. But with Stephea Barker disapprov...

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. — 30 April 1885

Uhs gihtri1 gn. M1..1.111K.: Ill UIZ ).tV. April::s l PiBLIuSIED i&E: Y 1I 5I5-U)Y I; FELL & VROOMAN.I The Rev. Newman says: .rant * life was saved by the prayers of the Christian people throughout the land.' Discharge the doctors at once: no use paying for pills when he can get pray ers for nothing. With the issue of this date the Sun River Sun is one of the journalistic efforts of the past. The material will be moved to Great Falls, where 1ill Hanks will publish the Great Falls Tribune. With the support that the Sun River people have accorded the Sun from its birth to tie present time, the change appears as thongh Will was "jumping out of the frying pan into the fire." By the recent decision of Judge Wade on the various suits pending in the district court against the Collar Mining and Improvement Co., viz: That service of summons by publica tion on officers of a company wherein the company is domestic and the offi cers residents of other states or terri. tories, is not ade...

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. — 30 April 1885

,N..M .a wths 1111414. .'..,i.a.I r... 1_ ie" 1.i.r 'i' 15 a t ilSS. n sml:to .sanr.un' Wi- *%- N,.p:1:T Fare Of" )1ta1+"ti., 1i ................i.. isis~ I' i..un uj... Ll. t . "" ragin Maiut.,, i.. SIiltjiiK....... ......... , MaNl .. mmmd Junta il S i d j.. Anro T "..ms,. t"l nuts. ""i i....... !M; Mtaand iili'iNS.55 tI we day.. f-. ri~t. t.', lay. Jiiiti, sing. In~ Ian..1 l ripri-.. . ' ~it i............. »......... ,r at tisaniti-ni P'ai~lic laitr'.a. ".11i,.'. '. 551. Tat. t LOCAL NEWS. , Iisieer iili4raitio iti ie in full Ii ant Ii agaitmi it First-clhmian liutta'r will thud :1 realily It satIle il thIn *nmrs'"t.. Henry Iturm lift fir tisi Little lLo~ky 11 diia~ige, lust week. '4.' tio aitu get yiinr .liaitiigraiplm takeni alt time "Te;lt' mif Art." b (inn suail ltavaalv'ria reiaisiredm uii NMirsatiii'sa. V.. If. Wsitwstm wats ini tiwn. Ttmi'slsy, fr'l is Ms~aisallr.,ot Mlls s .tsarti'il for hel ittle { Itot'klass last !laut~irdaly. Si Ie~nlaa nae'r thei ilst iii sat thse Dai...

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. — 30 April 1885

MArnS 3D.OLO3A. ." +m If ~n.. dear infant he.. I WJ ' cl i ,air, AhI I,., ,,, sioantly fac.. I know All bal,.. are fair fleean,.- of two old.,, serme~t eyos if I ~i,, Line' Wk.,l, l..k. wit', teraring gaze My fad ,.nil tl,r.,.ih, All .y-; ow till ihe own with tears Wliat.c'r Ll,,ir hut'. Sersaew of lit**t dtath-markod lips, Whih one. di, call SRnaauie in tastvo bees, Cron guy ears in vain appeal from childrsn emalL Two little hands held is my own Now canes me as I wander through Thiu world of wi., To ela. ta aby hand stretched oul Is feel of foe. The lowest easset plead In vain, I luovd him na -4 C Eahs, la the Caurat MINIS Fe MLE Over hill sad dale, and soft green meadows, fell the goldes hams of a sum mer afternoon. A dreary sises flled the air, unbroken save by the hum of the bees and twiner of tlb birds in tlb trees. Under the branehes of a drooping tree a girl wasastading, a girl fair and young, more than pansing fair. Only at this moment the beauty of her face was marred by th...

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. — 30 April 1885

USEFUL AND PLEABAST. An oil well has been struck at Dallas. Wyoming. In New York forty-six stenograph ers on the city pay roll draw #9'6,1P0 1 annual pay. . Druid Hill park. Baltimore, has a baby camel, which was promptly I named El Mebdi. A Bucks county. PennsylvanIa. farmer, chloroformed his diseased cat tle before killing them. Miss Weaver, of Kittanning, Pa., has had twenty-four needles taken from breast, side, and arms. There are two thousand Italian slaves under the padrone system in Philadelphia, says The Times, of that 1 city. ( A bill in preparation in the Pena sylvania legislature proposed that skating rinks be taxed 1 per cent of their gross receipts. Boston papers make rather light of the dynamite explosions. Sullivan's sprees have mnade the limb regardlees of slight disturbiances. At Yale 75 per cent of the students came from other states than Connecti out; at Harvard 45 per cent came from other than Massachusetts. A Boston clergyman is lecturing on "A Business Man's Co...

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. — 30 April 1885

r(nNTAN NirWS. tI'4~ n! 4l'! IIlT44 . 41 444I I! I 444:I .r north rný t nu s, r n r at u an,. ,t near't the It 4 . Th1 - It Ina~n t Itr, '. It vle supes hunter' Ilth t ýIprn_- ., . tall is lot .It t ott~ uraterritone l .,talc a -.slatm. 'i he first Nu.1id li nk of IS lt. l . deposited ,oc worth of l's 1:r f Sl'AIcIne dl:-t *tt till 15. 1 ot1.4 week. 1isk<. lA 11 h1 I 4tal, I4 teC! tI ., iu) latrd 4 n4 t t 1 l ls r ub ,till t 44 .to ,l. I0nse 50,0 :, mii % sp thrn to .t. It lssahi th tl.t t Ak .ttler 11.tt Kinzie, the . 1 t hl *I4nuark I. Isitr o.ldz cap ital in4.nipiul4.tor. i.. I.ou: to 4.1.. ti4 hi- resi lence in lintte. The nits of Itutte . II if vs.grant. with int.is ble meansof sul l'rt. MI.tny of thema are memtieber" of 0 n t.rg44n4tetl );.tng of thugs anti thieves with head qluarters on 1l.ast Park htieet. and 4 pt they ply their 4ocatj4o without danger of arrest. In Anaconda, 1 Iw d4.1) ago, smnse man, who wa. 4al haly drunk, carelessly tired otn a st\ -shooter andl Camne...

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. — 7 May 1885

Vol II. No. 39. Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thursday, May 7, 1885. Price 10 Cents IAI)EtN, Txll'-IDAY, Mnay7 ". Ptr'IallED .-EIIRY TNIK1I*AY IBY PiLL & VROOMAN. egend s aides P. P.Sa secoe ale mater. TERMS OF $IIISCUtIIPTION: as m ......................... .. ........ FLu One Tuw....... .................... ...... ......... a . AIDVEIlTIi, RATES' : . I lu b. e i rtil ......... ............... t.u. N * * moath......... ........ I00 I . ... * .... ............ . I " II "se ".r .. ................................ I 1 ** Yea1r ...................._....................... - I. Ipel.ial rae givem as large spatand sanding ad,.rtiemts. Laal sotlle II malt per limo. Aperal aderUtsmntl parable strictly in id LOUIS LAND;T, WhotILaml and Retail Ikknler in I Wine,Liquors and Cigars Satz .eer. Cads a. .ar .auwa.. MAIN S'lIET, . Il. . M. M.T. LIVERYI, Feed and Sale Stable. North Montana It. Maiden. Rigs of all Kinds, Fine Saddle Animals and best Stabling. 4G-If ,.i w lat Ia r-.t l.. h.......

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. — 7 May 1885

Ie ~iuinaI ligos. 35VA TUE 1331 Suu u rFEL.L VUOOUNA. Febiulens. MAIDEN, - M ONTANA I - CULRRIIT TOPT'ICl Tll Britiek government pays $4.6t per ton for transporting freight from England to Egypt for the Sooudan cam paign. BarTWtE. n144 and Incls England spent $1,2,.~,0l) in the the purchase of paintings for lhe national gallery in Trafalgar squlare. (;Ga. Wo,,LoLY.Y was stati nedl in Canada until Ix~'o, and. aec-irdinst to his ol! French teacher there., he left a record of meany bruioed and Ibatte'red hearts among the bellen "l1 Montrea A recent traveler says that shouldt the immunity from phylloxera whichl Algeria has hitherto enjoyed continue it would not be surprising if in ton years there were from 375.010t to tI0. (N1(e neres of vineya:rd in the ciuntry with an annnal prnetoetin of 15.(lNI. tpst to 1I7.:,INI., PiN gallons. ALcollmoll"e intenmperance is stated to be increasing to an alarming extent amng the women of Astraliha. In discussing the matter at a meeting of the Melborn...

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. — 7 May 1885

IL'S £E3EUigML T.he ' g aspoee asemsmaswe. wiwn at TE*pI. m& SNrassgs t~Mete lst eas.. eag 3 s hasn hs n s.N a i PurrasI MIl5n4oUTIo.rlmct~ N. W. T., Npecial Telegram, April 4.--Tbh right eouma o the east bantk of the river f anI the rebels this  .mnailg at 9:15, sad the action is still going on ao I writa The reilel advanced from the ravste and Irawl on Boul ton's neouta The Are was at oncw returned and the rebels, atnutting their horses, Iv tarned to the ravine, in which they lie enl ee.aehl, oly rising to ire at the troops, who dvali-mIy l it skirmilhing orler. Tbh enemy was atta,'ked from both lanksltl but .o well hmnn watt their battle lrU that aparently tUhey were o at aoy poi hs danger of tnhe volutie' rlms. A baIt tUg a favorable loatua ebeu edther - boussui the ditttane at which isules-e mai for the rebals were wai; ha this time the re had retired to m I u toewi e4LE from whc thy eM est u Met havhay th5 tl5OtIb IbmiJ thirty or forty yark apart The fight nad halies...

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. — 7 May 1885

MAI)DEN, JIII ItslAY..a y -as hl' , K lll.*i' . ft Al 1 : D I iAI Y FBLL & VROOMAN. (;en. G rant has r.sanued his literary l.)ors. Nothing frerh froa the Canaldian relelhlun. T'he) crop of ca:,lves throughout this scctin of Montana n ill hle surprisingly la.rg*. The Sullivan Ryan prize tight which was to take place in Iluttc, is rcportedl off. 'Tis well. lion. Martin Maginnis is now in Baltimore in attendance at an army re-union. He will return to Montana immediately. The Minneapolis Evening Journal, ane of the brightest paipers in the Northwest, is now printed on a hoe pa perfecting ,ress. and is issued from a Iew and elegant quarters. a The Helena Herald says that the laws passed at the last session of the legislative Assembly have been in part printed and that the balance will be printed within three weeks. Lost, strayed or stolen-A G(;overnor for Montana. When last heard from, he was lingering on the banks of the Hudson, in Dutchess county, New York.--Miner. Branded "N. G."...

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. — 7 May 1885

Naclla Ite. & lb. Lat.. .'a,. and unJ · r dust: " 1". -·.·~ r J."int. Mw..17 .'rtfll~sAo r ..ý. .1 . ,." Irv~a, Militia 1.1 1 1.4 ............... .........ý l: 111 .. oo ti" ........................ I .. rNaind trip. i .I. I. II it. rti at;nN,. I ( i cling .... .... ......a.. 1i .. ijj tas pritig.. .. aioc .. trritt. Itiwi F. 1 pr...» frv w N i. I 1". 1 l 1. pr r A. ....... .. r,· I.. . .. ..Il iii ncnu otl ar Ital.. to I ." ha lv an ill atct tyk. Two lan. .1r \ l..1~. " I ,iaoir . of 1. r. It ". rr,. u·rr d I s,. r. Pllria netarr·: I ·Ij 1 1.i In .il m ri lus1tA ""I7 ...:: iAT1.+ i1.. r. ti trau1. au ,lt ,. t I'tair .. a ..... i 117 I. * .t.1i. ft an. II . t, I. tti t Itat wukoni. (tila ttariv.'t I nr" i-.*," 1 ..i N. 'Ir.. I.r. tiiur. rniht. . Iy i.r atiii-uire aIr i i If. t' r a iI . . ty Oint . n1 :all. I ha.. illaattack .wV hg it r It. e 'fitrZitiu. of t . Ihttt'. S- lrii .hera," 1-t, ;º fonlr~r I%%, it; ,, Iurt& -c . .f (Itllc. numb.1 1.:'1~\11'~)!1 I. 1, d\\r.alli;e~ ...

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. — 7 May 1885

WB E Llrse gOO:. TV' in' r -st:" tNh. world a ong And ma..lo it. vv y ta.deor h.art It. n. Il -w. w,, I tra alg. 1:, "lt. : . r a i- lan titg ,,i'rt. lrut is . , "w anIn In rn, car,., TI' t +T ,,i, l r in*st gr i.f a rd l rong I:- l d: la..rt .la..l c.lrled t:l. i tue TjI, it a .tt, it.l o l.to lI ..a a t .s g. .\ r ta who fram av.rva cnip li . I , Ita k Ilt .' lIa.l a.,l ,.ttt.r treamMt, . w a anaid wrt .a sn.lroU. tia." S1w.n.wt slld brlhlt a.- f.lry Idreams. Iis'i It 11 tt. kn: Iw and . tllll, , ,l..a l. Ftl.mn what tunlanltulu.. mt of thought The tila I ts lottl vlvag. It. parable of fifu ti ad brought Th., tala. L with a burning heart, With t.,liule a ewifr anl hot as bas, ba with a wim anid tr.nelur heart The world into, it- htlht'lt a m. Bult no oni. askidl and no one knew Thrii,,tih what fierce onhlkt, day by day, HI. won til," victory which eleared For weaker hearth the higher way. For each sol haas ao inner room Whire she It seeks the grace To et,ggle with its harp...

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. — 7 May 1885

FACT AND PANCY. linTr for stt e ing a large i eb f C. I Nevada haa 151 poaoes of thed fourth elas. 5 of the third elu. ana I 1 of the second class A South C daolu plater raism Sea bland eottoe for a Fremeh splaner sad reeeives 1i per pobed. The O(edia comunalty New York papers published in the vicilaty say has I virtually fallen to pieces. A Yonkers bride received, among her wedding gifts, a reoeipted bill of 1g for gate binge from her father. As high asu $t a head is ofered to oioeers of Victoria and Puget oaund steamers to smuggle Chinese scrum the line. The Phailnelp#s Times eelebrated its tenth anniversary as a newspaper on the 14th inast. by publishing twenty eight pages. In Death valley. lnyo county, Cali foronia, week before last the thermom eter for several days marked 120 de grees in the shade. ".Marriages a specialty. acceptable at all hours; strangers particularly invited." is the unique advertisement of a clergyman at York. Me. dIr. W. Hi. Harp, of Americu. Ga., uses a c...

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. — 7 May 1885

MONTANA NEWI. A cattle c.tealiolg heme has Lben unearthed in Marysville. .lisso la is rejoicing over the pros pect of IL K. sh,ps and round houses. Montanla sheep herders are paid from $3o to $35 per month and found. The Parrot copper works at Butte started up last week, employing over four hundred men. Gov. Carpenter issued a proclama tion last week against cattle Ibeing brought into the territory. lion. George R. Tingle, of Iawson county, Montana, has been appointed I. S. agent of the Seal Islands, in Alaska. A I,ooo-foot long bedrock water tunnel has been constructed under Helena the past winter by W. A. Chessman. Some of the officials of Iuffalo, Big Horn valley, have struck it big in the death of Nettie Write, a woman of easy virtue and immense fortune, who leaves no relatives "as anybody knows of." Robert Williams, a laborer, who has been confined by sickness in the Sis ter's Hospital, Missoula, for some time past. became demented and on being arrested and put in jail, cut his...

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