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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 25 June 1885

Vol. II. No. 46. Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thursday, June 25, 1885. Price 10 Cents ,FELL & VROOXAN.i £mItard at MaIdma P.O. a Sasgad Class mattcr. AI rrttwo\rls Ib ce nlim .... .. w..U ......................».......».......... .'wt , Y r...... .. ............. .... TI R~' IIF sI** Ini~n..·.·-( ··-···· U P 'l AI I "' uIt year ..................... .1.1 s Iw K . .. ... r(· I) 1101'.. Mae··· . ..f "f ' :i.."ý"· """"'. a., VONh· '~);1 JR., 1n 1 1. ." Itt Ik:ýin. rilll :·l.-ttn . t" .i nll Iil::.,!+' LOUIS LArIDT, Wines,Liquors and Cigars ItI. tz Iccr. C: ri1s n.ji Z.:r tdi sswi re. 1%q 14EIS' Chlub Rzoom Ml..:'t ttre!. nuttre '1. T. Uisalcr ';. 1 r'\ :rrn" V i nl ll I' \ - \'I;i-l t ;f - -r' i:ontaia. LIVER Y, I Feed and Sale Stable. idorth Montana at.. Maiden. Rigs of all Kinds, Fine Saddle Animnals rd 'best Stabl ing. 1.4 If' a a t a i " P. Saunders, Prop, k Day's House, N BIG SPtIII;G: C"?.:.t. IR vi . s ',. " "h \*, . 1. ]. '1 . T 1 r ': : it, h , t .. . ... . . I - , , for ...

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. — 25 June 1885

FE!.L A VIROOIAN. Publishbts. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA. 'rTLi.. . i r, , tli,n Ih," rtonned many l",,:,• ins, Mhinne-ota a ni Dakota, b ho I int,. h. ended set t ling; in Manitoba. Thie lhio -tat, It,:at, of agricu·lture, '',n oili,.al and private ,i-lpatthes whichh have Nrn rier,.i\l fronm tlhe printip.il wheat tate-., e-tillaitee a probable shortlage of I N4 . i' I,(nOM bhlwPdlIs ias collipazedl with alhe five years' average. MissCleveland's letter in r, .lytoDl)r. Crossby, through it consl,ir 'y Iwt ween the New York Sun and t he Associated Pres., was sent out as adocumentem anating from the White House, when really, it was written and published two ,r three years ago. In dull tinets, when valuable real estate goes down to at low figure, the shrewd investor with ready money knows that his. opportunity hliaseoinle, and seizes it. Tie foulndation of for- I tunes is often mlade in the dullest p times by those who look beyond the' present, and know that bet ter times . and better pric...

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. — 25 June 1885

Detbe. In the Civil War. Twenty year, have panitm l ninee the cloIe of the civil wa;r. and now, at last. ia careful olfrial recorl rd the nunmber of ldea:ths that occurred in the Union armty li.e laei nimale. A little more than twelve mnntha agt., n,, the 2d of June, IN844, liten. LDruml dire-tv.I Mr. J. W. KIrklky, an esplriencel shttisti cian of the adjutant genvrtl'atMefc.ttolatin the couptlation of this record, witll the idI of ten elerks. A minute iand exhatut ive .x ploration of all at ilabil dttUIIumeInts hlie now produced a tanle if satsticti.s which far surpasses in tcompkltemne anything on the subject hitherto ritilg. To state the grand result at the outset. the table shown a tiotal of t1,.1.5 ,ieaths of contmbnitamtd oflther anm :1t4t,115 3idettlhs of enlisted mlt., n,tkingialn anggrganrteot :ll. 496 deaths am1ong the l'inim forces. The period included in the record is, for the rrg ular troops, the interval Ietween April 15. 1861, and Aug. 1. 1r4i5; for a portkmn of ...

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. — 25 June 1885

-.Xlld:ý . i't II' -Y ,' n :, º,-5 tI.Lt FELL :;c VROOMAN. I.i, Iowa . I. he l.ecnl re.yin- , its annual thI. Iarsct of cyclone,.. thil an( Big ie.ar is still at large. M iddll- tak ton Is 4ro,,ing a littlec weary of tihe Th chas.e, ti wil Rid is to :e il icd for trcaso)n ulnder n the E,. li-h statutes of EdIard Ill, and alcltlllanllt under the coulinl"ni ('hulcra s raging in Spain to the alarut of all lurope. Austria an-d Russia have established a rigitl quaran tine. King Alfonso has declared his in tcntion of vtsi:ng the cholera stricken l)rtion of his kingdov: and adhninis ter to the ailicted. (;cn. (;rant seems unable to rally from the oiccts of his journey to Mc Gregor. in the mountain region of N. i1 V. DIispatches of the o:ih report h;s stcady decline, and the doctors descry no grounds for hope. John B. Stallo, of Ohio, was ap- I pointed, on the r 7th, as ensoy extraor dinary and minister plenipotentiary to Italy. Stallo :s an accomplished - German scholar and a writer on s...

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. — 25 June 1885

t. l ::,8,. i ,.,! .,r-'v, "- ,:, t adr & 8,l. 8,ie ..1..". l l:i i, , , , . .... ... . .. - ... .. .. .. i e l11 , Ii ......... . . '...n . ihi"t.l I,,, " .."le r.......... r. it .,tl.. te ,.i a.ht h e, lt , it i.rft..... ri" ..rr ...1 i. i ;n ' I. i .lesr y....." ' .... ....S. I ', .l ir,, J dt:, . , LlEN. I l llTr. i'cet I * I -;.TI. I M::lrn .- I.ri ................................................ !r LOCAL NEWS. I W. IIf. sat zIa wals il to.w3 Tm-uWl'dy. '1'11 slairtili. *iiztllh is. it go, as~ Mill Ihe "thrcnl 1i. I.. I'.s ii. - I moi ve. nt.. Iiyi hI siss P.1" *1 I..ot.Ie iiuiiti I.s sow uttauIncd to t;., hi N.' 1'. Diio- usi,. 'Itituing Si r for Itrui,:tiu- ii sv.r lutisug I.craitsiiig t!rut"-1..-1 k .. l '.uhI iIi.l ruh l ve :it u :i If tit ra is. uaaetititi ,iti'lih Ir u i'r 1,.i ul %.;. iii t it- a i. n ait. liuilcl to ii: nu ii iou r ~.*at-." 1:t iirol'u. 'U! 1w~ iI' ut n, uir' tin ;uIgk alti sat 1 of .su I' u. dii" work dn 4 Ii- it!. iilliaui .hiwii'uu'tiuruu usit...

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. — 25 June 1885

And u~ ", a t,:. ..-t ._. 1 L'·lpn And % * " .. . Ytrt l · . ti I tl~-. I~r rtr·,mg ild·r 1 !I 1'nr."t t t.ýlý" t si·:. G-sl I'): 1 a.n.d s" raut ttu..e euu Arid 1ýIr·.l-an' - !h." rhlur". But tj h J 1 ,11 ", .ast '.. Irat t u I shill r~t~tuf Ii., mor.. Yet mlnt a gold..n ti,1." ma:)y ri-., Aim-I m.ur.aiy a gal.It l -tar. oru· I··lq~t..L n Ii".. II) atad " l 'ii. r nuiti I. 1 .3.. .1 ikamI r 2I lit it.ay is b. at, muirt" Mt I..at nolkm in a traik ..3 wI I timlInI~'h. -itltini au". 1tiitna units bt..irkui-aa b'.dL" Onfi,. na r laimi.. upa. twn u', IINMARCK. Ev·er% one thought me a remarkable 1 Incky yioungter when I secured the tuilition of av-ijtant operator In the jittle telegraph otlilhe at Ellicot. buti I sen ftlund outl that Old MSaup, as the Ltyvs etalled hiim. never would be in rtled to join the angel hand if he did not sandpaper oil the ragged edges of his uneven temper. Jacob Stampsin. properly was imy nmpll"aer. anti if I did not det drilled ,m that otdice! lut there was o...

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. — 25 June 1885

Pras Cno Litma (ilL made ?reelle edllvers, on the ga-shore. by 4 yASWLL. HIaSAS & CUo, New Yotr It I . slw.,ttrty pure ad seet. Patients who bave oawe taken ft se It to all (then. Pbyeclaus have dekde it superior to 5*y 14 the other dil hi asrtst. tmapeg HMAs, Form PutIX, and voap haiu cured hb usham Ji-rwa Tam Sow., madeby Casxea, H uasaa t C).. New York. All U. CAM1UT. RhlcandlCenter Vieb S after sueelr.Lzyeartswith as aawiyatr.I raw M salt thrum, wasecerd bytheiaeofiole* Cartolsalve. 25and 50 rnata. fold hy Drug guts. HUMNJATING~ ~ ·rrmahamwsr olZ.ý 'ý RNUNNSN sara a aaroftrýURES cad wab ta' .1 Hlai. 5 Cewcaaluawawte.wem~ T4p the hrsedW sa meksasI j~m~teaadpha. Soap esseies 9 ~s Keab, p pees bmwsras6n sN41Ma ywlb .. I'e w: aeia.*? rI r ecW.·eh·Lwrne. Fyu Catoa a.1 h a mIIC .axr ; lt*L W. a ths Porrawatawa towvm. an Sicrer D'io . .s. ý.eLd r "Wwto Coc Naas reuot PRY DAVI i PAIN RTCLER W3367 TaU. C 33 £LTL e A lrr3W 0· 13 P 0 1 wnt LoWO T IFOD A30 rollsYALL FAMILY MINEJIINL The...

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. — 25 June 1885

IMChTkA NE. 3. .Marsh:,i ; ,tkn will t:,-n of er his lfire to hi Si ac Iesor on the ;oth inst.. thatt 1a: " bch .ag the end , f tl |i .a-l year. On 'I her-day .f l::-t naeck the cuor- a nor stone of Ilelenacll's tw Mlasonic I temple was laid with irtlrsi-ec Lcrc- 6 nivottes. The Cc.ur d'Aleners are tai;ameal, int to Nigger Prairie, on the Mullen roai. i2s miles west of 'Mtsoula,. \hrtce rich placer dis·coeries are report0ed. One of the men who diScovetCd ti r near the northern ltoundry line olt n Mont.an.a, a few years ago. says he will go, this fall and make an effort to tind the lead. The former owners of the Nellie Grant hloe, n the Red .\lountain dis trict, have organized into a stock corn pany)' with a capital stock of $6oo,ooo. V We understand that one of Mon tana's most jovial bachelor editors is soon to lead one of Mlcagher county'. fairest daughters to the hyme.eal alter.--l usbandman. High water did considerable clam- I age at Missoula. The Big Blackfoot dam, built by th...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 2 July 1885

Voi. J o. . 47. Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thrsday, July 2, 1885. Pioe 10 Oi 'I .Ui DI.:a T11 aia411 rw4ti'LL t VROV'WrM 4N. ,wItSI *&'.w n ?L I.. *,.l lLa.I . r. gttta. 'fF:KJ1M º:r ri'Itsc'lil1''i'l~t it arMcw....., ........ ....................»........... r: "l )..iýiW FO 1\ i aI..T$ madI e Iw..L t ari. 4m," I 'r. t$I...."............»« «.»....I..- 1.441 t » 8 ,1.16. ...................~........». . 734.. " * il · ........... .................. ... 1..,.~.~ I "" ".ar ,.H . ..................................r... ..."4t U. V O ;:.)8. ;:W, JR.L LOUUr" LA UDT, '1 h .". ,, 1, aliei :<:l II.. iFI· i Wines, Liquors and Ciga LI 31 i: o.. Cardsi aaJ a t ! ia .te. Clih 'oor :lian s ft*. iix1 to N. t.tI ý: :c 1 i \. *. ,:.1\1 tN - Olti.na. LITE IZS7 Feed and Sae Stable. N~art'a Judlrg.ti .,. . Saidje 1it;4a of all Kincds, Fl.o caiddo Animials and hest Stabling. P. Saundese, Prop, Day's House, i. r. · f ait ". ... . a 1.14.'.'ho irv p oniC~ DRUGGST iT awm. I'kt.. tlund AI~aa cc l "ý...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 2 July 1885

MAIllEN, . .-M .NT. .1 Ti.- Ma,., - of Sali-hury, pro-lsr nit, I',r :.,r of Enilhnd'. iv the ableht, it-.. f ' h.mn all, ald a mIuan of great 1, "'-.,I; iLtaity, chlllarater and ex (;Gladtone, w ho had weat hered great dittficult-e. owedl at la-t hi-dlownfalito i Iprloisition flor ti ismll increase of dmt it. on beer an d spirits. 'Thi bold Briton would not stanld il. erferenle with his eisr. SMr. Phell., the new Mini-ter to Eng litld. imadlle a pleasant -i-erh at the dinner given by the Lord Mayor of (lndon to her Mali-ty's judges. All the papereconunenlid it iiit ing in ex. c.llent taste. Mr. Phlelpiis sonomewhat di-.tilngni-hel isa n ·Ieaker. In two or tlhree states whose legisla tu-rst halve le-ei in session nearly six moiihes, there is bitter complaint of extravaigant and ltwl es expendit ures iiid of unl-es legislation generally. The isople in these states are eagerly demandling either biennial or limited sessions, as a partial remedy. Bartholdi, the sculptor, has given th...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 2 July 1885

3 r3 MaRKr WLWn3 lta I3am Im ews. Sibley, lowa, Special Telegram, June 1A. -The tornado of Sainday night enterel the state alt 9 p. m. atonawa. Mesonsa county, travelinglaefrom thwe.nt to nortlheast attihe rats of about fifty mil an hour. It reached Sious n(ty at 10:15 and Lve Mar at 10:45. This storm latedl aisout thirty minutes and wasuarompniem l y rain and bail. It then rveend to the eant and we have beard ou damage bing done as far Peat an Waterloo. Until 1.l15 a. m. it rained when another tornnad, Iram the nortwest swept over Le Mare more de-tructive than the irst. ansting an hour nel a half. This caue from Southern lDakot as far west ale Yanktmn. Thetrack.caslr ascanhbelearnes at lain tinw, wa is the shape of a letter Y., wit Ithelneulf the etter polentis eat, the junctlesm is.ilg in ('herokee comaty, where the largest amllount of damag was doine-. romO)nawa h y way of Rioasityto(lwrar kee it is early M ighty miles; from Yanktmn to Chernker it is Iwe mikules,ad Itroetew hee...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 2 July 1885

1\ \ "Wznnr 4: .rgu s 1 PtI'I'IL-III I) F:V:ItI TIII'ika) "Y 1T1 FELL & VROOMAN., Men Carter & Clayburg, of Hel ena, have been retained to assist in the defense of lie!. Thei hartholdi Statue of Liberty will be over three hundred feet high when: finished. It weighs over 222 ton. The President has appointed Ed. ward L. Hedden, to be Collector of Customs for the District of New Y\ork. Hon. J. K. Toule has r.turned to Helena from Washington. Joe is get ting to be a bigger man than "Mrthur Majinnis." The production of the Ihrut lIumn mon mine from Jan. i to May 1, 1885, i was$274,973; total working expenses, $i11,o26; leaving a balance of p163,917" James 1). Fish, late prestlent of the Marine Bank, New York City, has been sentcnced to ten years impris onment in the Auburn prison. Just the place for such "fish." Kansas js alarmed over the possi bility of raids by the Cheyenes simi lar to that of 1878. Governor Martin has notified the war department of the danger. He is assured of...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 2 July 1885

i nmcfrr.i Msucktai7W I( 6.IW beer 'wl%.... iir Irbi..r m.e am. juac::t C f:uV. U... · t'', s:L :I~'r: .. ýIeutx r:.r t.r 1".r .,, iiL,.dm'm i m rmm F rxr1Wl AN *...'i'"; .Wi.k CL.J Iarr Infg MId. ..t .. W .. r '.ia trig . md .. .. .c.......m........ U -I1mi .t2 ...:. mat to P Pmitai Rm -awi ....m. i... P. ul... Mau id.- tr . Imai L. ... _A.m.... 16 I..i... .Ja--- Jl.4., I hmt . T a..-. ....... m .... a .uI ag,.,,. i1. a. mai r...T.. U Nlidrr and Aumlir City liar. 1 i..- 11, 1 tsar vV·~·, r dy*· ard Frrl !. Lkrci-w IA'di £ v.,$..,%,.E CAI!M. E.WYcm. : Cm -- b . 1'.. * 11. : r ruv y r ll..... ..... rl ... ....Ul i aJ.- rý tickrt md rxp.... roles can Il ccaer -,t ý.~... i.. n PHrc1{e Railrurd liver. N Paul. Maltlr f Judi/1 L*··lLrrs Au. IA+srA and arrive.. at >liJcn J cuay. and º4pd lr'rl "· Ju.11th Irmtliaa. Trw..lay, owl $a/anlayt ari·t." M..aday. slid TLrº..Jay. º"arn .we wa ............ ............ ......».....,-I.U )~t~ FEttprr~ ra. It 1..... ............... ........». .........

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 2 July 1885

A 1.IK -. I'. TIIE tlI . tI-ear I .:lk- I !he. sri n stran I, .A iearly .ih.I ws .u mily il3tn 1I. I nAIse .l d anlI :. .. ,1 .r 1 t'.". -an1,. Iv ne:n. i her i. *ir, the.* .v A.~ n :*.r.1 fr n tl,- s:iot I .. , 1 (hIn Iih.iarin.n .k lehin I ' . a-l A wsa'i am • rllin .ijh ,."i fa3t Awl waibhel mr llnf swai And .l. ' tl.i'." i tII .h gartly !.e With'l "v-ry I.mir oin -,.rth r *ill ime; A wave of ldak i !]ll vir.' oa Wall .w.-.p a. roas th,- ;,a. . Wbhere I hav It I the nailyv s -re Of time, an. l b I n. it, s. uI,, tnore (M Imi,. tmy arnl 'Ih Iun. I inore, 1T. lvt. rie n-i ti',- ir trae. AnmI yet wit! :l; i whioi eo Itt the sands, Ao, I llIl thi wvat--r to Ill- :.lanls I kan a ll" ni re," ir I tan-is Iasrilt).i aint lll' na Iler- (M Ill this molrtal ,part has wr-,u'ht. (f all this thrln!nn snili ban th-ught. And nfrm the'- frletln Inollnelnts caught, For gIliy or for hamnre. TNi,: FIRsT NeNgag. .(h, I'm the Ar..t r .ein just dnro-el lIte town! Pr'wee petw-ink orwlksII.ltrwiak! ...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 2 July 1885

irsnd Voie Rae, .pp. Grand Cats Depot, It Y. city, NO .Meuat ma.D.n 41. day A Ira Adnea.r..! at ah depot .m. ntgahiesin uult .gpgtvs ,Bope pn... m M~tee.m A. vmins.U0* "I tw.ý.." w lauaeaq rltrr....LLA 011- 'd 41* Po.CLawan nn' ntin Ia and 3mw n of athN n lo reliay .'hia., 5a.1 end U-aeant.at .w tae· h r.~Zu ~~~ *115 (.'et. Mlw Head, Nnula iwd I· li Mimnd aibld 4kueup, (CVmnroaA th gaa a ki. ,and.a d(y'CtvaoRe ap. aeaqltnakin 'unntllw mafrunTly.MI ad n(rwN Iteaw.Lvrn. Sh e, u seBka. melt.. Intenatlly. errwtteitbin A-t.I..rl)I) put. el.d .verywte/uw PrIt. c lt'Tlcraen. . ; ..AV. :t Itio..n nrrm~clnr Ar o toC.D(NEUI-AL n. .stu want. SI. H.i CunIr . ('aka,,AL(t. MA arge. iW~re~t..M.. ke(2w. ik alntoeeat st orb Kkrr ter. h.nt.(m sen. motlar ý ~ .aiwdenay t. kidney ·in swam .1InIlly alndk e)krr u fa a.,pw n~lynrt ed ..heafr tt LtOwJ 38 "1 aw raae, Yla is..t en"' ofds. In Sa.N adi. na an tabe " wkth .e. kml eam. by a tI'te eery)ea* tw watn t ' ..onarums.. ad.,i Seliaalawhalt Ittry. r we w...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 2 July 1885

As tagtad.aas Opnsm at U!. te Umias Tlh Liverpurl Weekrl iccur. ~fi 4ay sad, contains a long letter -rcuan the pen of an l nglishmar., now set tkid is akota., on life in, climate, industries and society of. Mc'tan:a. As a peusal will demonotrate, it is pumgmst,with many facts, yet its relec tiones on the cauttlemen and cowboys, and the statement that the better lasses are banded together for self protection is boh of the "trnderfoot stripe He finds many of t~e cow boys "gentlemen by birth and edxac tiot," which with Englishum4 means "blue bMlod"--a pasrort to the Lest society, etc., you know--yet arleus oasters of F.nglish lineage can Latch on to our western Style and prone thanmlves r:stiers this soutntry and ts people base no time ior tuse ot, them. The writer shows limiited kn)w ledge of cattlemen end their meths|*s, in fact does these an injusice. 'the letter says The state of society m Montasna has not unproved it the last two yeart, but the reverse. (Ourages ly Indians have...

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. — 9 July 1885

VoL IL. No. 48. Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thnn,ýday, July 9, 1885. Price 10 Cent8 FELL * VROOMAN. bleared at Maiden P. 0. as Seecond Cats matter. $ 4 xt m ut.... .. ..........................1 10 .. .. i.m.. .»............»...~ .1 iip...ial rat... gives. kta . la ge .lra and tanlting Ian at n.4,.rn I ..iii.I.r line.. R. VON TOBEL, JR., LOUIS LANDT, Wines, Liquors and Cigars Bbat2- Beer. Cards sad arti C ass..a ut MA IN .1itLFFl I 11.(1`:\ N .tI' MINERS' Clu.b Room U'=. St, et. next to N. T. D.,sn..rois 4. .rN it. ju 11t t;." I ill - V. !7 j -V:ili - Montana. Feed and Sate Stable. (Garth Motit iij .,~. ht1:jdin. Ric;: of all Kinds, F'ine Sad~lo 4niknnls aii b~eat StabI ing. P. Saunders, Prop, Day's House-, Iý! 1 .t . . '. . . i . ..' I. 1 . ii ý '1 hr It . A l I tl I: l It . FRANK DAY. Pin:; ".:o A. M. Thornpson DRUGGIST PIESCRIP1IONS CARfLr'LLY COMPOUJNDED. MAIDEN Meat Market. O'Loughlin & O'Brien, I r.l it"U -. All k~n~s e! Frest' Bret. Ferk. Mutto::. Sans: go. Ar.. &C. M...

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 July 1885

She final argus. TELL £ V300NAN. Pubi stss~. MAIDEN, - IINTANA. Chicago -.l-vators contain a';out 15 000,000 bushelm of wheat. More than five hundred P-ni:.d fn,,, London a few days aego - eatot to Utah. They are princip~ally en' navians and English. But for iorn"ign proselyting and inmmagration mor monism would not make much bend way. Mr. Michin, an American, is ex hibiting a gun in London that pro poses to supersede all other guns for military service. The Duke of Cam bridge and other distinguished officers pronounces it a most remarkable in vention and predict that It will revo lutionise this arm of the military ser vice. The European wheat crop is esti. mated by Fry & Co., of England, to he 60,000,000 busehels short of last year. They say there "must soon be a reaction in the world's wheat mar ket." Good wheat is the "lacapest production in sight to-day, because it is a necessity of the world, is a shmort crop, and is selling at helaper rates than it can be produced with pro...

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 July 1885

Jamma D. Vbb, -sii n d 3 )agin basnk of 16mw Yik kswitq kmgs .s.wkhi. wes brought qp M amfa~si. Me pleaad a hand on the rail and UNed hh eymalo Uie judge, who maid: Jame-t I). Fise. ym are ehatq~ by t graend juery with mayt olkemr esimas ths lawn of the t'enitel i~tteetm. A11 kabiraad inmpartial trial yuu were bead gulty, dthe nesaappropriatloa of feach of O ak of which you were president. You weft alsie found guilty of making fatestmultrie. in the tbooks oft the bank while In that position. The ve-rdict aef the jury wag that you were guilty. The evbldenr clearly showed there reouldi 1w nue doubt aato yoierguilt. Amore shaeeee.ful ecra morelawle.. ahleeo~fthepow erm .f a prnchisnt of a nationael bank ran erecrrelyheimagine-d. It iupreeper. therefore. that full pseulaluracnt ahe.ed be nmeted out teo you. anei in order that others may bile te-creel freem. esimilart offenses- it is nr~e-meaty tha~t the full ire-unity ot the law he IWo noe. ee...d eog yoeee. A mnuereifuil rewrte raiiitt...

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 July 1885

Wiu i tnal ?8 SlAlI)EN, TlltilAY .Iy i*.I it 11.ll'ot LII RY Tilt iti-i'l BY YELL & VROOXAN.) withl the comniencementof Vol. Ill of the Mits1:ss. Altou , August oth, it is the dlesire and .Limn of tile publish ers to drop the present patent insides, enlarge the page and print a six col umin folio-all-to-home. The reasons for such a changc are numerous, the prricipal one being to secure nmore spiacC for matter pertaining to this immiediate country, the future county of Fergus. TIo 'tccomplish this end will necessitate the- expenditure of at least $Soo for the one item of addi tional material ; and the etnplopnient of an extra printer. The principal field covered by the ARGLs. has mater iall) increased both in population and wealth ins the last two years, and can better afford to support such a paper as we desire to make the ARGcus, than could the country when this paper entered the journalistic field of Mon" tana. liy such a change we can be of double thle benefit in advocating t...

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