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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 14 May 1885

Iliiueva VLIL, No. 40. Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thursday, May 1.4, 1885. Price 10 Cents ii I tnion i~ I x u ~ uin . i lUsLL d VROOXAN.! Eolei at elieel P. G as tSemir dino maler. It "uh m ine lu,... ta ...................... O M 1" r. ...ma..ul ..............- .,.. ...... .0 1 lo n . reta n. .- .......... ........In I tr..m,a ...? . ....»._..............0 Ppmtmia raies Rim an laret.ae andif ~tanl ,niding W eftmefatta.mu. Iatm~el mAtIceme I. int. I...? t r SpetIMl a.lvertt~erneflt pan .k .tie, is ld LOUIS LANDT, Whgkalase gand Rtainlt Iklcm.,m in, Wmnes, Liquors and CigarsI fth Beer. Cards and UBar Glassware. MAIN STtErll'I %UIl*EN 'at I LIVERY, Feed and Sale Stable. North Matntana St.. Ma~doai. Rigs of ail Kinds, Fine Saddle Animals and best Stabling. eatik I.w we'l ai . i.tri. I, ; , h:r P. Saunders, Prop, Day's House, FRAN DAY, r 1 ..: = ".q.Pr 'tr. W. H. CULVER, Photographer! MAIDEN, MW. T. Instantaneous P'roce~ss 4. rum r1- ,I~ MAIDEN Meat Market. Trainor &. O'Loughlin, A...

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. — 14 May 1885

the IfinftaI 'aou. FEL AI VROOMAN. Publisber. MAiIDEN, - MOXTANA. MNl!OR XNgnTION.. 'ninn't- tr-.eiling tine prince of Wale. Fee nearliei a purse. GER:nMAN inventive talent is ninprot. nng. nine Saxon genius. making forty nventioss ilurirg the past three years. ove~n-t+ ntlms of which have proves: Tnruivt are cii hoil-carriers in Ger man% * the bricks bi~eng passel frome nand to hand, and the higher up the oricklay-rs ,.n" the miim mien :ere r juirenI to teas the bricks.. A wo)aat qunai-k has just been tried tn Paris for prencribiur. as a remedy !or rheunm atisni a deeucti~un of chopped nutipplesn and rid worma atewed fur bhree udsys and three nighta. Timu Me'rsey tunnel, recently com pleted. has a munch greater importaace than the connection between Liver pool and Blirkenhead,. in that ii form. a dlirect all-rail line been Scotland andi north Wales._ A%. interesting presentation was mande racently at Fortum barracks. ilosno~rt, the headquarters oil the P'ortsmo~uth dlivision of the...

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. — 14 May 1885

-aL mA l)ianla Was M - Saeats A Emotiomam now S. Washiagton. who wae feemerty an en,-Yr of the United tliaisenavy, mad uneoqguemtly served ia the Coanfedeatrate navy, esprensen. the belief that elendat war sac-A :ur Inriwe n- RoadSa ed Kagland It will be a Crest naval eondinit. "lsam fow" m ay. thee Aer. Rtueeia le searehing the IIhmsea over foaw port That I, the lent memi.And Legamid em actively eauapd em rme~aher II;h That in the remeom of i. a d '!(sanVeradaandthe Canary teleed., r e uinexvtse aea seearehmng tee r dlraenisa. but you will matlle that an mlg io maus-e-u em em tie track at almdeeaveryleIi ese 'in o abe If the Moth had beem able Cl toeeture a phaeefor te capturud gunboat thoet would met have heenaafederal ouiep an the bil1 ss.. If we meeld have e thus in ve s p1orte mand gaM pets manay She ove falur ofour skrit, would have . been a memorable on.s Rom"lt issasettj Sthe~ haitmIte we eerupbaL. The hes not nAlni portand slong a inne eastireh do mever will haem ono (e the...

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. — 14 May 1885

IT III .111 It Sit I S I lit x-i l ITS FELL & VROOXAN. Mlaj. (eneral MkItowv1 iI.ea D~illon is to have a ciiilrie hidlt 1 tae \lethodist (Ienontiliatwu.l i'o-ituaster l'alnter of Chica~go. asi reamtoed for `oftcn-i-se jpartisanshiip." Montana nmediumi wool is ,1uoted lIy the Ikrtouti Advertiser at to 23 ctn. --a slight advance. General Middleton is again on the rovse and expects to be struck by the enemy in a few days. A fire in the Lumber Dis)trict of, Chicago on the 8th inst., causes a loss estimated at $s,ooo,ooo. Boston 'limes, B. C. z 6a lid you ever see an ink stand? Ves, and we have seen a pen bold her. tuoo Montana will be twenty-one years old on the 26th of May, t883. What a change will have taken place twenty one years hence. Maxwell, author of the Southern hotel, St. Louis, murder, was captured in Auckland, Australia, last week. An officer with a requisition has gone to bring back the criminal. The Government has awardled most of the beef contracts for the coming year...

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. — 14 May 1885

MaidenI &'r Shot" Mt,..ine. I. 0v " .00. *rll, l .tail. I l. ,t.. * -.ýý .*. 1. ";lon oo.l . .d.o. O....o0.... ;l.i o.ooo.i rip. .. . Ij.o.-or...ool t ig i ooo..I ..4o.. *. " . " IIiIIi.oogo. pe"r 3i.. .. " h1e (no" Naidooo. to.ln. Joooowtio r. o alr~..3 Fri Lopor r...pr Ia.n 1 0.. .n"i..' ..........!I sor Tha noog.looiroko o.o............ ...............l.....or... I4 at !lortlno'm Yas.'.A Nilirol flfo, $0. Ioul. LOCAL NEWS. Weo haveio a lor:osIrotol ll.:i 1.01i, for. The I let coaooola in maokaing goood1 tiiiio- i 11114)t4) and 4t los tot. DI )t,.moore.' tihe One P'riooe, C. 4i. 1). Wo. barn, thoot 1'. C. snoow oc poo t. to, visit !obaiido..i duiring .1 ly. It. F. C'raddbocik ootartool foor I'h to- bost totitibot ent ft buotitoiiooa trill. aJmes io'o. hn1 ~~o~lo is I.'botilobiog ani addli tioot too hois ro.ioi, 11"P~oo 4111 4oiothooo otroet.t tll ore 4lioou} tito 4h.1; l~tI'n,bjou up foor a meilot maoorkot. r EL.,owhonoe bfindo aobcnti-ooiooio ofl firoo- 1 iture fuor saole, at...

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. — 14 May 1885

FIRM, FIEILD AID FIUSII 1.ats.t Oeet us Reetpein. I~ t ', cia. -P'ow,reil sn'ur One 4'111. t ill~iH ii desateatqit Ceiwiuiiiit. la-at4" wli~tei of two ergs, two, tdil' fhal, *f flour or enrnsati di. D~ropl on buttirel h~aller on tins. Lake quick M,.'ieCtNiuv. - This is >inijlv maude withi a cuf. of ixoilaeies. and oine of sugar, hail a cup of vinwgar. and a little butt'-r. Sonmc p'ople r.rfE'r the juice of a lemon to vinegar ins tliis re cipe. Our little ones are very fond of butternuta mixead in the half cooked candy, and prefer this to any atore con fections that can be bought. Axon. F'. o.-Whites of 20 eggs, beaten stiffly, two tea ciapfuls of flour with two teaspoonfuls of cream-of-tar tar. Sift flour and cream-of-tartar five tinier, three cupa of graninlated angar. cupe nit quite full. Sift the sugar in to the well beaten white. of eggs, mor fag it in the sieve with a fork that it ma~y pass through evenly and gradually Balie on unhiuttered pants one hour or one htour and a q...

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. — 14 May 1885

K Wlitt efr. The modas operandi of killing Sandl .sreparing cattle at the stock yard. for the market Is described by a write, for the .VE~i&oM.J Lim'-Stock Jowenesl,, who says: 'Olne muan. with a goodi breachm-loading rifle. used at veen short range, does the Lilling. TFi~f has been found the surest, q~uickest, and most humane way of extinguish. lug the life of cattle hy the firms e.n. gaged in the business here. One con cern use, a heavy hammer to deal the death-blows. andi a few years asgs.o *spearing" was resorted to. This wasn, in appearance at least, a very barbarous practies. A man armed. with a bar of round iromn. seven oR eight feet long andi sharp pointed at cone end, would take his plnce over the narrow chute through which the bul lock was driven, and plunge the in. strumuent into the topi of his head, just back of the horns, severing the spi nil cord. (enerally the spear was effec tive, and causedsiInstant death, hut in the case of badly frightened and restive beasts ...

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. — 14 May 1885

i tofltai:a I ul O L i~ t is l t. , _ i . ri, cd in 11'ashtngtoi. *4,0OC Pet Liiir tun im ture thiunat ii cut. Jtudge "~.fade had anothe r b 1'. guard on his tri p fronm I b.! ~Ia t., It, I,11 dter, the other (day. TIhis tin"iii s assumtting the ptrop~ortions ofa rmarin farce.-- River t're~s. 'the districts of Pony. Kid int:ut and Richmond, 1%tadisun. i uunti. are coming to the front. 'Iwelve tont, ui ore front the (:rub S4take mine, se'nt Ito Omaha for reduction, yietlded $ 2.429. :6, net. 'there is a piece of ore at FFlling's Lank from the Alameda mine, for which one hundred dollars has been offered and refused. ,Mr. Efiling be tieves it is worth tw~o dullamsa pound in free got-I. 1'he piece weighs about t (0 wounds.-~Madi~toniJai. Sheriit King, of Yellowstone county, has issue,( an invitation to all the sheriffs and stock detectives of Montana to meet in llclena, on July 4th, to organize a Sheriti' D etective Association, so as to be abie to o - operate in the detection of crimir...

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. — 21 May 1885

a Iliu Tutaa 2Iv 1 gu e. oL I. N 4 )Maiden Yagin M. T., rhusda, ) 21, 1885. Price 10 Cents "9 - * m n I n i iili i i MAIDEN, THI'IRDAY, May i, '2.1 rr'SBLIim LRYk Tlt'tsl,.lIY Y WELL A VROOMAN. Nsi at oWN P. a U sein as a.1 r. TERMS OF UrIMUrtItI&TIOrN: -iTs uonkL......... ....... .............. r oe Year .......................... ......... v e. ADVERTISING RATES: Wa "I *.m....»...... ...... ...A I . ». ......- - ... I *- s e* ................................ SA.B .pe.at Ns gives a. Itea. pace sad .taedih adwmlegumst.s Leal mesesU I etI par hllm. - peale aw mnts payable cstritly Il ad. LOUIS LANDT, Whelemlk ae d Mustl Ies.m I. WinesLiquors and Cigars o seer, siead s3w amsusae, MAIN STREET, MAIDEN. N. T. LIVERY, Feed and Sale Stable. Animals and besta Stabling. P. Saunders, Prop, Day's House, ON CId SPRINGS CREEK. R; tisoll,\1r. 11 tes: C'.., M. T. 1l.. nelwtl .I h i.n iteall p in t.hlre ry b at o f tyle f.r th.e areman eo Intin .,( Ist ttnle line n*,bt;s 0il1) ST.A n l.IN (...

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. — 21 May 1885

the giunraI Irgus.  :.FE A VROOMAN. Publsbers. MAIIDEN. - - MONTANA. Even oldi 1.nuont had an Arbor Day mn tlhe irst .f May, thonugh it is still .,alf coveru l with timber. How much nore necessity there, m for planting trees in Lhe Northwest. Ur. lawnla t Attnsoans esinmatse that the cost of fod and drink for the &6, iMtMJO inhalitants of tihe United States averages $1.67 per week each d' a ot include any beverage except tee and coffee. The nation's "drink" bill is aIout tNIO,IM8o,IM)0 a vear, or twice as much as the coat of four and real. BerthoI writes to the World frem Paris; "I take pleasure Ia annoulclng to you that the Colossal Statue of Lib. erty is seedy to be emberked an the Goverament vessel Isere. The ship meet is composed of tw3 handred and somedd pieces, sad we presume it will arrive in New York about the 90th or 2?th of May. We hope its arriva wilU emtribute to the completion a the pedestal. Justice Field of the United ates Supremem ourt will remain npoa the be...

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. — 21 May 1885

&t11it ~ ivau on Sas *Atm *M wpm Mm.n ftle lItesi qra w be.l* d Gammt.M mM d, aitheew e. ha hejieb isr - ad of mpre.eb ap - and ldrais b beers wha mha&e" i 4 ble. duegatmi leima " d an e me ikesr Imbe -4b eeiand is auk~"?U Ulhmhaym .y.mrb mu os o is. we.. lhe Mg ba wMý beam at owde gee IMem inte .." Lha bee a 6 arYd w ·aqlr ~· Tb. tMieswie eatmeeme Pofeam ImI Im cernete.. at tetg.aeLt be. waem iha cebima at Ernie mat app.md ea Kmeebe at tibm Macak egraei h I. Ir ý...4 d " f INhs hem beat s dede sh e Ot Ibe q ni bacie at at mtlioit Meamhite beolk as tMime. be. aeped is reebei. O Ike1 famel ergdmte., lat ea a dtifatel asin, rammmt tral ibm, pclacpatpalahite athIe framiletf Is abaesMewoamuts dmaesbo a t t s plectagatwý or m rrr 5L itemrvfl Ilet iha eamm to.. pwa wilt fmmd Ia rdet tai kaiiaotha wark at dMtiltstIl The eat. of bot ietwill nwit be wdhbitmu tran bepr rewui - e allt iIM. i arrival itIb ke jla cana bejm as a. s lir ele. or *=a is hod, hca* sma wilt ha necaplmdy Ik tre...

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. — 21 May 1885

M-AIi)EN, TIItR1).AtY. May 21. 1'-& 'I BLIMIED F.VERY TII 'R DAY BY FELL & VROOXAN Public Printer Rounds will not Ix disturbed until the expiration of hi! ternm No election in Illinois vet althougl the Republicans have one majority or joint ballot. The Northern Pacific contrcts fot carrying cattle into Montan this month foot up about ao,ooo head. Give us anything but Maginnis, Mr. Pressident. He has worked the "bold soldier" racket long enough. In the roller skating contest in New York, Reynolds, the Montana man was fouled by Harriman and left the track with 327 miles to his credit The capture of Riel will no doubt put a stop to the Canadian war. Mr. Poundmaker better become peace maker and retire to the obscurity from which he so suddenly emerged. Prof. Riley, of Washington, say this continent will be visited by locust this summer. We will have all th attractions, including the Illinois legis lature and cholera. Postmaster Gen. Vilas has requester congrcsmen to make iecomm...

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. — 21 May 1885

Jtatdra a 1 . t M. ." 1.nr Maidn . and a Il al . . t .n.t .'"m M."t at 1'1tI with hittIng- awl I'·1'"t.1 tain li... for points muted: Fit..E* Aat, r%,.. X.:.IZ 1t4TY:". Fan" ~ n to I'hr . I t""n ..... ............. ... l, . -. l...t7 .i1j "yag dtrip . . ...--» ..........: tsl ta.. ta lMaiden to $cr IU ._................ I:tti . roan) truip . . . ...... ....._.NI t~apm. Grnme. M1alln to tint. low Ph .... * tti P. .. 'i " ....- . " Denwt. ".. .... .gal Maid.. and Ianet" "lip UL.. Inns Mni.tru. Wandnv.. Wrednr.av. and Fri. Fare fr..ta Maw" W un.'tlnt 'ity..... ........ ti ... !i:p -m I r lb . . .......... ....... ........ ......... ..···· r; Thr.awtb tihidr( a and NtprI Uat4 . iIt. I1 trnrrd at S...ttti' Puelti kailrwald .ie.. $t. P·aul. NIdbe A mir te Landing Ur. larm sad native cn Iu l ait 4vndasa and Wad Ja athI Lading. Ta..elayn nzA $atuidaya, aniet MI..ada yn and I h9artnyr. ritan.a atIy rPL.4G. I"a tAa. F ats y ...........-...... . ft-·' F.zpras p º ... ......... _... ....._ .......

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. — 21 May 1885

Poss riaxs Baon.s.-The teade loin is the nicest for broiling. Cool slowly. When ready to turn, dip tb cooked sile in a gravy of butter season ad with pepper. nwT,rLDna or Vasmow.--Etract tl bones through the aerklde, All tS aevity thus made with stung seassonm allspice and a little red pepper. Bim irmly ina shape with strips of eles cloth, put ins a sespea with reamoi stock and a little black pepper. Ste. very slowly three or four hours till ten -dqr; remove the cloths, strla the gravy sud pour over, and servk Fanrrrsa.-One pint of sweet ak the yelks of three es stirred in a thiel batter with dour, a eof d at salt three teaspoons of b powder, last ty add the whites of the eggs ll beat en. Dropin hot lard sad ecok until done; about a tablespoonfal of dough for a cake. Caxaw Pm.-Two cgs, four table spoonfuls of sugar, two of eorn-starch, aix yoell, flour and sugar together. €oil one pint of milk and stir in the above ingredients. Flavor with lemon, and when baked frost with the two wh...

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. — 21 May 1885

*" wm s rtlb Pmts? DAVWD PAIN KILLErR we na we CA" an Awuwume e we awa.Ao inrrm tammlne AD meal Aua FAIMIY UVDIOfIU.a MOR SUMMER COMPL.AINT. wpmyathawhsemiutlws o" %a lltm whbmmAdhes lb.. say n~lard y.rr r.C.ra a s iA. a almrtea agla.he ue mi hewtthr.u iAmb Hemr mhw m rrI~ rewltem hheh L'ri~tw~mowhm pseucimbi. em PAIN.KU.LUII, camheamie.' he thmmdhe rla c ArY LUK RUMD haa'Inheiwdoeh$ j Is miumb. Ahew mboaAmrunor, DYSV mlIA mtqutft. eort'nciw she foram w e/ v~pmem cites. m k. ti.t*bia atel -  nr1 har (X)IM1 AND CoVGmen wha wterrlnr Auro clou. whem·~ m·~eeaeieeh dlvsthee. v ma .l -I "- lthaaeaswme byen S+ RUKU7MIATISM * lt earelhr At.d-.. atmu ,lhic ,IrIcce ld aaflmm .V by ki. Am m amar. IY hllm lurear J.iat.. hmm r~vialmetlr yi*IMI ! a.   u U TOOTIACKId.. itthaaliatwayaheks haptar at head. tahemnd in - atelut WRNS OR SCALDS. (Is .U iam by W lb. - -r~ ti. utebs eye Seet it "~ rýN ý/tW~ I~yM TOR 1 ýIRL r~Urr he raut em, eecr dome ecaca eac a cgtceleastoaa~ltaeehthe U1 tm. QUaor Kt:agea...

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. — 21 May 1885

IEW MMnE. The famousevangelist., tMody and Sankey, have been making converts by the thousandsin Western Pennsylvania. A. P. Swineford, of Marquette, Mich., who has been appointed gover nor of Alaska, is editor of the Mar quette Mining Journal. One thousand bead of cattle were shipped by the Northern Pacifc road from North Yakima and ,8Sso from Minnesota Transfer last week for points in Montana. A Deadwood miner, skeptical as to the ability and honesty of the assayers in that locality, pulverized an old jug, mixed it with graphite, and took it to a Deadwood assayer. Another por tion he gave to a Lead City assayer. The Deadwood authority reported thrty ounces of silver per ton, and the City expert gave $s per ton in okld and no silver as the result of his mvestigations. There is a strong belief in railroad circles that J. J. Hill, president of the Manitoba railroad company, intends extending his company's line west to the Missouri river at Bismarck. Mr. Hill accompanied by kennis Ryan...

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. — 28 May 1885

Ij t. M£iue ad   ue. VoL II. Noa 42. Maiden and Maginnis M. T., Thmrdy, May 28, 1885. Price 10 Cents MAIDKN, THUWIDA, May 28, '28 85 PVLUUS PT1T TNIVralltUa& MY PILL t VROOMAN. * lim d i fiiN F. t r baud Uw slr. j TERSYB OF $1'IMCRIITIOIN Us u·L.em~m....~- ...,. .... - .. . R meR mr....._............ ......«..ý .. ... lA ' ADVERTIIINO RATES: a bie _. am..um ..... ...10.M 1 '· me ........ ...._..._.. ... .1..~ Imtl ira. awlos emnum pmlm Mdannaram ,.754Um .trltfl h N - LOUIS LANDT, whelam~lemmd 0«.au Demlmam Winemiquor and Cigars ' MIAIN !TREET, MAIDEN. M.T. LIVERY, Feed and Sale Stable. 11.x11 Saimma EL, Mafia.. Rigs of all Kinds, Fin. addle Animals and best Stabling. Ifa to.. mt w Iarot , a .. 'teg. ratee. medle ke, era ged etebling give ee teel. Pm Saunders, Prop. Day's House, 04 910 SPRINGS CRhEK. Vi. e*m ell htm £.iud elr Ie.r vr r e*ttf e4il far the eeee.m.rdc lin of ther tI rrvl gpublit. C; i,(, ) TA111. 1Nt; Fc, R Ill, K.1i": I. c..eeee:i..e wiLh 'hi. h.nn. FRANK DAY. ...

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. — 28 May 1885

~he 1Qiu:r x 1rgu5. Ft2.I. A VIIOOAII. tPIIlbU.. YAIIJEI, - - - MO'TANL The sun, it is sMi, is aga. eovered w`h shots, sorn of large sire, giving eidence of great damturbaaoe. Gea. Grant has had a disoouragls etbeaek. The j.oetos adhere to their art opinios, that he i s fearing from s fatal form of the disesae. The Peaasylvania Railroad is taking .stive stope to ensure the perfect sanits hion of its statlons and property every where. Its last enhsme for inspection ad reports the eoodition of all the property of which It has eoutr! talong ilts He, bowthat ita determined to& ill in ilt power to prevent an epidemic arising rom uneleaaliUes during the -ne-a-. Reports fom winter wheat regions satiahe unfabvrable with less acreag, nad winter hilling the ysld in someo, states will be very light. In Missoari,. ,seording to the estimat of the Sre tary of the board of Agriulture, the yield will not be over .si beehals the aore, or as aggregate of aly 18,735, 50 bahels. Other Stesm are no...

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. — 28 May 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. — 28 May 1885

MAIIJEN, THrR$DAY, May 28. IS&5 rtmWflrdif D SVUY ?NL OAY NY PULL t VZOOMAN. Victor Hugo is dead. Fmace loses a great citisen and the werd a great Miles City is again visited with a destructive fire. It must be the work of an incendiary. Major C. W. Teill. now of the department of Texas, wil scaceed Major Blaie as paymaster. Frederick T. Freinghuysen. of New Jersey, secretary of state under Presi dent Arthur, died last week. The Illinois dead lock has been broken by the election of Logan. The cholera now has an open feld. The seventeen-year locusts have appeared in Illinois. They are noth ing compared to a five months leKis lative session. The Prince of Wales never carries a purse while traveling. Quite a number do Americans can say the same thing. There may be a diference however, in their mode of traveling. Negotiations between England and Rusia have come to a standstill. But the preparations for war are about as active as ever-at least on the part of Russia. If the British go...

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