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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 28 May 1885

Mal r. " 11x 4 tge Uim . I.mim ad shTm dasiry -~s . ur4ditrM ~.a aw.d at 11.1 with mxliu. and brt..m ital.t . satem. aalm r rd: KIlrra huN r a ItpN..k RATIO. Fm hral laid,. t. - ..... . ...» -. ..»»f t,.j " m d Lp".....a-..·.._ . 1.14 " trra Malld, taM glap . In L * a aItrI p" - ... .SAS kapamr tram Mia~a is fl~eS. ýi~p~ar &..._. mi p.r.. . . rc. ....... .96 NIdre mud uuade CM Us.. a, aid.. . Mwamim. asrd ea. rd. Anlwa 7w *75, ?Iadavam"Iauda aEmassi AND rami#miaac Iths.. ºý I ·'"" . M `Y..,..n u twe Usablan u twll.6-t1... ........f17 M .tiw PCH·ariS. Uslbuad Swm 54. Paas. Macma ! wdm I..mmgu Un.a. tea-. md wilv t , Ur Mad. bda. and Wad. Limar Judi!t -3 hy asmd Tmmiqsamd ant,.Modw amagam auday Expraess. .rl. ...... - - - LOCAL NEWS. The dog canning season is now at ishearers wanted. Maiden is on the reservation, accord- 4 ing to official map. Andrew PeFarg is expected home fromt the eMst,.thls week. Tines are picking up. June will he a busy mouth in Maiden Whiskies are mild Cheap...

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. — 28 May 1885

SIw eini.te@ Wia w i. aog. Couner. "Alas' how easdy things go wrang; A sigh too moeh or a kiLn too long. And a fath.r't patitenc is qnirt worn nut; Ther'oe a hn. ri.d step dol a wrathful shout, Anl, the. lstom of a y.sathl'l pair it o'er, 4 r.ltht ,.-aare thrssgh, the open door, Sitl. t,.rrr unprintj t apon bin face, \t  .:,' down the tzrt at a flying pare AIlth hat iut hand and a hot in chsase. t'', log to t,. dyfiing youth draws nigh; 'Ihb.res a savag growl and a pierving cry, "Alas' bow ts(ilvi "igs ll g n wrotng; Why did the lover stay so Ioug? A panting youth at his mother's door 1t vowins: he'll go out to court no more; A dog is 'urnuitg with vis¶p rimi. Draggitg an hueter's tail.  him. Stas how racilJy thingl go Eisra Whet a lover f*. lishly ta oes to ins;i ""Anl y.t )ow ."ily things go right" When he heave, st a dwet time of sgbt He's wise who thi in his memory lopg ilhors wr fathers sad dogs are dogs m•- 4 . CArTIII Iltlt' NI. Few argo steamers were in the belI of maki...

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. — 28 May 1885

alwes wamts gest mab ras boe.b. dv,. .. Pubie oplaicas in Rmalea is aiwae" erme for war. I that oonsty eui An!maltitdo d pople se mase sthi half emplosý, ass Seolb for pow dIr. and , ro this am to a dic ra teat is recruited th mltary power of Eg-lad. The pbib haeo os tIhe city of Londom aloe wuld flaraih a bMe ary ofth. usudl -aers e iters around, and the always advoeate war. Bee, is saeld*ci. try lik NagisI, war is a ommeardl opportuasy ed reer for ay a 7m- who would haves o chases l time ofpeses. But ah Rln war fJet s mu h of a delisht to gI t maes of uasknow pep. Suh a war may r at to be a deplorable tis or evlsbaim, ho ease there is a oastest tsmplati eu the o of E lad toms her A dle nblj to their coatels wlh ether Chriata Powers, sad whas tis ea begies there is ap e at the sathie Chritabo wni d voerrn mw br Asia to Afriea. The NMqaler thedicsovary of AmlerM, eas tared Viusa, sad cur esustry dews to the cless .1 Jerersou' ainlsisa. tio, had to pay sa l tribte to the Afrisca pi...

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. — 28 May 1885

MONllTANA NuW. A wild buffalo was een within five miles of Helena a short time since. The Gloster mine produced between -So,ooo and $6o,ooo worth of gold bullion in April. The government this year will em ploy about 350 men all season in constructing roads and bridges in the National Park. Ed. Delaney has in the pt three weeks taken out $5,000ooo of placer gold fromn his diggings in St. Louis gulch, near Helena. James King estimates that he will this season clean up about 5o000oo in placer gold from his Diamond City diggings. Pretty strong. John Keating has discovered a four foot gold veia on Beaver creek,twenty miles northeast of Helena, from whic ssays of $4oo per tn have been had. The sensational story printed in Chicago about Miss Euma Sbober, of Helena, Mon., running away from school at Cincinnati, and marrying Ab Rubeman, is claimed to be n founded, the young lady going to meet her uncle and meanwhilestoppng with Vice President Oakes says the cattle shipments over the Norther...

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. — 11 June 1885

Vo II. No. 44. Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thrsdy, June II, 1885. Price 10 Cents M1AIMEN, TilUifR.DY, June II, 'i. 't81.l. ' IVIEkY Tll'Ial.4AY BY UaLL & VROOMAN. uIIMi a1 MAM.. B. as Isee Clams a.sr. TER(Ms OF .t' I'l l'llTION : alls m ath .... ................. .. .... . ... - LL oIin Yar ............. .... ... ............ . it.t AI)VERlTI;IN(i RATLES: I Inch. a. I,,rtion.... ....... ...- »»- ... I.' I m r,at.......... ................ 1« O I * .a . .................... ................. 1 . I " er rear . ....... .... .................. 24 uu ipmelal ratn.. given m lare.. .paw mai mlauwding .adrltiesmel.. laIal jti, enUta per line. tlpacil adlrtierrml. ats I.eal* triktly in ad . VON TOBEL, R.L, Attc.::ey at Lawr, I.EI ,Tmi - t', JSINTANA. a . r t I'. . lta I fla. Itat. of1 all s.raT.yt land. lm the Jillth Iiasia. with aI rila.t uof ait linmp Mdar. wrrecmtl waetklty. * Dr. W. A. ALLEN, SURGEON DENTIST! tO" )Illlitz..111 visit lI. Jagiuiigt ai, . rn.llh I.at|. .tI t n and 1...

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. — 11 June 1885

he Mistraltau~ *4 I 9.- Ii . i 1. i ylt . 1R a... z ~I S4 I4 II 1 I T ri u tc I u`a hen r » ..1°;1 ý 24iAllX17 Ir, The attendance tlnu far at the New Orleans exapmition dioe na.t meet ex jsetations. This is owing in onme de gree to tlhe expen.es of the trip and tlhe oast of living In Now )rle.ans, lint in a greater degree to the fact that the popn lation of that uection is not ,nificiently dense, nor of the quality, to nadeuately sustain an enterprise of that charaw tar. This is the mean of elhurcl fairs and at not a few of them fnrey articles are dispoaed of by by a sort of lottery, conu earning which 'lana of transactions a lan Francisco palpr is moved to may that "talking will he in vain ag laws will be in vain againat gambling as long as the very children are inoculated with the virus of gaming. It is surprising that our church people, who eneourage ralkes, and our charitable people who hold lotteries, do not see the harm they do." Gov. Cleveland will be the twent second Presid...

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. — 11 June 1885

A imdasawams Iai my. BMnday eame, d it was very pretty to aee, on the evening before and early in the morning, the boats strreaming up the Ilord and down from the inland lake. One boat paased the yaebt. roved by 10 stalwart women, who handled their oars like Haltash lab wives. With a population so sette red, a single priest has twoor more churches to attend to at considerable distances, Pastors being appointed according to the numnbers of the lock, mln not the anrc which they oceapy. Thus at Elveredalo there was a regualr servioe only on alternate Sundays, and this SHnday it was not Elveredale's turn. But there was a samilig -a gathering for esteehisleg nad prayer-at our bodaer's hobse where the good man himself or msme itinerant minister edciated. Several hundreds must have eollected, the childree in largest proportion. The Norse people are old-ftshinned Lutheresu. who never reap a newsaper, and havenever heard of a doubt out the truth of what their fathers believed. When the mee...

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. — 11 June 1885

MAIDEN, TIII'II)SAY .Jie I11 I4 PI'BlJMIlED EVERY TIll 1:' .'.Y I:Y FELL & VROOXAN. ASSESSE VALUATION FORl IB. County assessor Samuel Snyder ar rived in Maiden, Monday, on his first annual assessment trip. Up to date he has conmpleted the Missouri valley, excepting one precinct, Mussel shell country to I.avina and interlne diate country between there and here. From Maidlen he takes in the Judith tasin, liarker and northern portion of the cco oty, completing his rounds. with the exception of points named. at the county seat. High water pre vented completing the Musselshell, necessitating a second trip. He estimates the assessable property will reach the gratifying aggregate of a.,ooo,ooo, an increase over last year oCf 8,,oo,ooo. The salary bill that passed the 14th legislative assembly, taking, as it did, immediate effect on assessors, it would seem to incline these officials to make a rather slack canvass of their respec tive counties. Not so with Mr. Sny. der, however, it be...

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. — 11 June 1885

LOCAL '4 i ;S. O riegoum titerge it. ini lo~i. F. r. Marstoni, thme Jit.a'r. Thlere wre clevers lying tlrolgl (be air. Lulmeosi zand all kiºwl's of fire-workza, at 1.. lllemger's. G rramad c..kl,ratiuiº in. Mlaidmenz oin tihe glnriou,u 4th. JLtlaJ I.artiizilasmz. iii thmin issau. tro;ahmeek k V'olamad have built an additionmi to tameir astoroi-ro'", uons Maio street. lists, Silk caps anid (saemit' Furnish ing tlouds at N. T1. j1jnsmiinrea. 'hulmejarlur of the Immtermmatiozzal hass been mnewly papered amid oitherwise iii piroved. Where plucwk amdl jwreaeveraiwae go lalnd in hand propierity i+ founid within hailinig disatwses. Hugh MclLoumlllin' buther shop, though closed for a few days, is again uopen to ulie public. 'l1e largest assurtausaet of Cassimnere anld Bluc b'lalnumel iOver-sllirts, amd Cali fturlia UuI'nr wear. At N. T. Tllamamore's. Thel Judith aInlimg coachl was the olly tale oat de!a:i st blay the storlli. It got inll on schedule tilie. l'hia section has .een' inll nItd...

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. — 11 June 1885

&a Ameetam. Naval ese's Pestes earer 1of eapeestsae-Terrtte Saf orlagrs .t ats Party-atsl Ce sasrte Lea rrtfty-lsat oservvers Oat er a Party or shmaEwred. Frm the Washington tar. laent. Ma, A. Shufeldt, of the navy, who recently returned from the tplhoration of a\Ilaga.ecar, hail llite a wonderful experience. As he told the tory of his travels to a Star reporter ite, other evening, it sounded more like an interesting narrative of adventure from the world of fiction than the ac tual experience of a young naval offieer in the line of duty. "For a long time I had felt a desire t explore some of the unknown eastern eonntries," said Lient. Ihufeldt, "but it was not until a year after I had volunteered my services to explore Madagascar that I was authorized to do so. The course pursued by the French in that eouatry rendered it advisable that some steps should le taken by this government to obtain informatioa of a gfneral nature regarding the country for commercial reasons. A cable ...

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. — 11 June 1885

Every one likes to take olid coemfot sad it may In le jotol by every. onwe whokeepa Kidotwi W..rt in thb.e lo. an! takeLn a few dcuea at M Yrr(t rvmltomt of an *atnrk of Malaria. Ien mati*'u, Bilio.,.nmi, Jannmlko .or any affetun pof tie lI.ier, Kidneys or Bowels. Itina purely vegetable ..tmpouno of roota, leave, amn ler rite k nown to have stecial value ia kidney trumltI AddedO to htree are remedies acthing directlv ou the Liver andt lwelas It removes the carei of disnese ma fortaies Ih4_ systam ayainat new attack. Mr. (iore F. Cramp of TaCr o City, MIn", who dier reentlyy, left 6t}t,tAU0 to L puit. school. of that pla.. Pna. ttn lvtt Olr. made fhomn eeted liver, on t$h sasehr, by ('swaLt.. lHams & l.., Kr YVrk. It I absoolutely pure and sweet. Pltentla who have eme taken it prer It to a ttthern. Phynrtata have drlided it supertue to any it the other oils I market. twarrPn tItats. F t IP'rnrtea. and row kL. turled uly ualli JrmIrwut TAN soIao. made l Caawt.J, IlylaDu (...

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. — 11 June 1885

That Maiden is having a slow but steady growth there is evidence oni every hand. ,Qlit a t number of build ings have been erected in the past year and more are now contemplated. Its population has increased fully one third in the last twelve months. That it does not take greater and faster strides can be attributed to caues inci dentto all quartz camps. It had its period of excitement and visionary speculation, with consequent re-ction. It is now slowly tint surely recovering from the blighting influences of the stampede and building up on a perma nent foundation-- building tp on a reality istead of a dreamt. An agri cultural town can reach the goal of its ambition in a few years owing to the rapid development and returns from the resures that are relied upon to promote its prosperity. With a mining town it is far different, except, perhaps, when its growth is occasioned by rich placer discoveries, which are generally transitory and unstable. To the slow development of a quartz mine...

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. — 18 June 1885

__L _l M iuerutl 2tigue. VII. NO. 456 Maiden and Maginnis N. T., Thursday, Jue18 886. -Prc 10Ceto )IAIDIMK, THITIWIIAY,Jae i8stuelS FULL & TROOKlAN tt.% at mWm P. Sm 1mnMmir Ufs.mtts. mx1 W lILSUiNUVATS I vass~ t e .L I am - .m.r ._.. ... It .,admiel s g~tes as hiss apaes sad atea~die adwm~w. op -d admarlamats e~eh Bay" aty I. 54. Attorney at Laiw. U)WIt'4TtW %. . *MNt'TANA. " . P. Le ad4 SOthew 148t.. (Sit .se,.jeJ hAd I. the Judith $4asi, with talercts of all %ipte suede. eseteted evekly. LOUIS LAND'F Wbael.ah east Retail Deaeks. I.. WmesLktu and Oiagm Oitt 8..v Cadhs sad wUs Oagraw, Ui1I $Tl\ rttF'r, MAII.bY. M.T. cMI'NERS' frill Sireet, msgsOWN. T. burner.'.. t'11 ±. 'aillI i.M's's Ir.t,srlt~lu X's ditsi. 1t0'r s. ,id 1.i ;isr k.-3., itt -ltsk. Mallon, - 1Iontazne. LIVERYt,7 Feed and Sae Stable. Rub* Ussk.* .t. N Mtwe.a Rigs of a11 Hinds, Fine Saddle Animals and neet .Stabling. AIit 5's w it n..4 I1n b ,.~ k.a. sdtkls.e ...e. s'r~ " ..h e"., a*rl P. Saunders, Prop, Day's Hou...

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. — 18 June 1885

MAZIDEN, - - MONTANA. The California Ittate $rnvernnwnt is to print, and sell at coat, the le-st hooks used by the quarter o'f a million school children in thme SItate. An English circular eatimatesi that the English wlu-mt erop will he deficient 1,0,0UI..N) juarts ra, min that of Enrope 6.5[1O,000 quartera-or over 50.11m ',00) bushels. The new capitol of New York, at Al bsay has already cost seventc~n mail liona of dollars. and sir hum Iresi men are atill employed upon it. It ia sup posed that the total coat will lie twenty millions, and that it will take a pro portional amount each year for repairs. A satet bonuse coating three millions would hare answered every purpose. During the mouth of May 7$,245l,612l pounds ol tea arrived at the several ports of the United ittates and not a pound of it came on a ship flying the American flag. The statesman who can devise a plan for changing this dis graceful order of things and restore our merchant m.&rine to its former position of prom...

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. — 18 June 1885

NEWS SUMMARY. aaaatreu . N~k >ti,, ais bitds. News has ri'a~hlral mbay of a dleastronc * rthquako in Cashmtere, India. The shle L I ega Sndficay the :;1st and have eootioned.. at tintervalte of test miinutias ever sim". 'i'he shacks were ve~ry cetions at 14cr inagur, ther iapitol of Caehme'e. The tear ra* ,i l c eea ntde ~deewr: uartered, were .b~ti-eay.-t, collapeing so aud denly that ni-arty hiatt tCe nm.-t wi-re imptrison ed in the debiria. iftya arekoown to hmave lout killed, wh~it. 10t were emtea oii ttee ointnedl. A portion of thme citty lieaiis Io tt.leocltol, whtiil very few of the retoa-Iultg butildigigs rsel'lu injury many having eargo i.-otb. made in them. hlernuagtir is near iiitre ..onter of the yale if I aebmsere. and the w hb.e te'rritory expert. cooed the territble *-..;- hquake ahocke. The dtamage eansed theiriotm.out thme vale in eono mtea. Tihe lees to cattle aho,,. Is ver, green 7'he airighted peopta- escum toi te utterly hilp, Iee. wand .,seianr in icinug stn...

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. — 18 June 1885

11hI-bHEI) EVEPY T~t'tiO'AY mY FELL & VEOOMA1I. IThe Comstock nines of Nevadia produced 3sSo,ooo,ooo of silver and $145.OOO,(i..0 of gold in ao years. It is reported from Ottawa that Gien. F~red. Middleton isa to be knighted t Pr his services in the Northwest in sup jire.,sing the rebellion. A general who, with (Joo men, had to retire before 47 half-breeds~, ought certainly be crown ed with honors :-River P'ress. It is gratifying to know that the United States troops have at last struck a terrible blow at the marauding Apa ches A recunt telegram from the south contains the startling announce ment that the troops had struck an Apache camp and captured-one pa poose. It was turned over to the itafant-ry, no doubt. The Queen has asked Gladstone to re-consider his declination. Her high ness, by so doing, expresses appro val of a liberal, progressive form of government. Though well along in years, she cannot see the necessity of napping over every problem that must be solved by the go...

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. — 18 June 1885

Maid.. & I111t ".4a;. 8,0g. .~,, as I ant dwllh Io ..', 4w >is.+ f11. r.. 'le.t co Itam h..,. . ' rare frmo, Naidga t«. 40.4 .......~.. ......r! tau. . tg.. a ....... ... ........ 1.. Jt at pn".. from akka Idait'e. per........ .40Q "" Sluta"pe...... . ma Wald.. mad Jmettai s~jp a.r. L..am." NMimts. Ma duinm. Wehm..dsy. laud 7.4. day.. Aeties Tao-day.. than~daym aa.t iatsrdgay. KIPIK.. Smts PAaotKSttK3 asK4 Few fit..l Naidma to. Jig*4jlN I Ily ........H?117 Thr..agh ticet.~o mad ap~a. idas eaa 0r. emu at !IaltemtU 7agie Raflimad ale . 944. 1Pmnt. Na eld Alt J~th Beadag lU.r. LeanOa ami antV.. at Meaid. liadayalse adWed Leasrn Jadki .aading, ?ur.datma v.0 $atardaym. .rriva 3Sada1. m ad Thantday... mZaga. Amp, nAmormsra MATma. lan s..w say ............ ««.. a LOCAL NEWS. Old paeprs for male at this o&.ce. Wanted-A llrat-ciasmm cook at the lateroational hotel. The petty larceny thief took ittg baill anti jumpetd tihe townl. D~on't fail to aee the aerial flight of Prof. Feathe...

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. — 18 June 1885

TO PI .t 'E : UEM %ETC .To-inorrow? "To-norrow, Sonic. They've t. Ic gratle~l t ie to .to honic, atol tile -' no hlip for it. I must go to-niorrow muorn gloomaily at hisi mnonstael~e, mate t . tie gii-rl la-fore hin,. 1.s Ic tnrnin^ plae, ori it t:., iwo-.ii light on her dark. uinc~v.rel hair which tourhis her youg ft.50s t'-ndcrly, andi makes her look i"ite wli .. .'oii mighit say i word or two, s-n L I,,r." lie savaat last, rather itinlatii-Iit lv: "yiu night i yen say you were a lt tle sorry to srie ne go." Then the yonug girl lifts her heal a trifle lirriudly. and loioks straight into his nmcoolyieye. 'fhIonld I ?" she asks, slowly. 'You are going. and von have not maid it. W by stionlil 1. w~ioni you are li'mviu~g hire--whom you will forget in a fort night?" I'll Wever forgot you," he sasm, a shade more glnoniily then before: aiud then hie aeuddenly puts ont his hands and takes loathi ot jitra, drawingher towards him in~iietuously. "IIl never forget von," he says again. "How ca...

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. — 18 June 1885

Th ase Duome.s -am~a with s01 give mrio. ti nataL Sold only I. POSITIVE CURE for war.y fam. a ma mass or Imrew Mt fclhom n"hrn I. ea worm Ebt[ wth .. I *Lre pat. . a-a.into Iv l. or thor jofe C.'?!. art !It..L'L' hr.e NOW flo.!l Purnfer. t..k..p sov.b,~rt the. 1L ..i.A.* In re n..1uiro. vatua a~prttIlly "n F, an~I Tate. I'ooio,l ...n.I wrorryt Wr tt . '...T eto ,.l I'in,p~v11.ntI~,ro .nthe 6I slt-t. el". I'roi1t r I.... .1Hir, hrtle D~ar c0 PERRY DAVIS' PAIN KIT1LFR. R Lao 10 CALL? Tel %T I TTtnNea il Otsim 03.1 7Th l'AMX1Y MNIIIK'l. The Pm1. SUiht. i. a 1,,-s e""al"-ioti Itf hl" it f-1 ,-t . -tn '"fl-U.Ro tvE u h a in. W ib t doub li-no ly . .G" n J,,u." ..-n In . " sm ..nt. thelin bni I'AIN04 .K.0 iLCI.LAINT it i..ir~.bw bt a .. nt.ln r.. me .nd Jl wihot by ou b mji..nt...l~nt thheln.io A.. IA L 1 IS.ILL3Huv doeet.~i,.~.lrmbyhente. el6bynep fad~itl nth.'n.i~nate.u. . cltitem Y Anl~.. T-"t, f..afr teN.lf"o..r It..Isal.nditetl....Atbq do~ ra 3n"t , tor1-r.ie,~ et.. A t" whedt not.. ...

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. — 18 June 1885

MONTANA NEWS. t - ti . ,d C'' 5'-( OjflC~L are pI tt. rcti. t l'.trick tiurit . A tclitn.ker at Anac~onda. wis rittlicI of $. .400 I.c.t t week. Nine lquo t and two placer P131105u t if in t't inin g di trict were sold last week. An express ltine will be~ pitt ont l" tweens Whiti" '.:tlhtr S~trintgs andi Neihart ;tlout J uie a.. It is reptorted that the wire worm is dmgloingeitsilrahik tlamnaic lto the growintg crops of wheat .tnd oats int ( .tllat~tt valley. Ihe contratct for ithe construction tit thet. College oif Montana has bteun let at 820,000, anti is to be comip1leted by W. R. McI~owell, for ti : jtast year a clerk itt the H elena postotlice. has gone east to act as private sec retary for Senator I,,,.it It is repo~rted thait A. J. hutnter has 'old his valuable hot springs. nctr L~ivingston. to an eastern party for the sumi oif $o,;0,0o. $ Itt,00(t having been advaniced. Tlhe fight lwtweett Murphy. the Btutte pttgiiist. and Hlarlant, an Idaho bruiser, which took place at I' a...

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