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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 9 July 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 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 9 July 1885

31 FIRST I NT U ISITLUa. The first night which I spent in Mon tana Territory ..Lrne so near being my last one on earth, that to this day tihe recollection of it sends a thrill along my n. rv-s. It was sixteen years ago. ini P90i. and I was by no means a "tender foot" even then, for I had spent a year in Colorado, anoth~er in Arizonia, Asi months in California, and about as much more in Oregon. Now, in the regular order of peregrination which a younig man once fairly afloat in thes far Wuet, is apt to follow out, I "swung round" into Idaho and thence headed for Virginia City, liannack City and Miles City. Why was I going there? Gold, and as a miner and an honest one; I can honestly claim so much; in fact. I was rather too "innocent" for that place, a my story will show. Montana was a 'herd country" then ; I may my so now, with no offe* ce to its good citizens of tnoday. They will agree with mes I think. The Henry Plummer "gang" was not then all "aleas:-4 out," though a most determine...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 9 July 1885

BAISTHOLDI 3Ws JG I 1 Yb. Pse~a(.si ee et 31actsmv ..b5~t reel~ real. The Bart holdi pedestal fund is nearly compmlete. The statue has arrived amid soon New York harbor will be graenee by t he most magnificent colossal statue the world has ever seen. 'Liberty Enlightening the World!" What a priceless blessing personal liberty is. It is the shrine at which people, ground under the heel of tyranny in the older worlds, worship with a fervencmy that Americans can scarr" ly realize; it Is a principle for which Nihilists willingly die the death of dogs; and fit and proper It is that at the very entrance of the Bay ofNew York this emblematic statue should flash a welcome to the world. The press is entitled to the credit of this achievement. Mr. Philip Beervs, who has bseeu making a circuit of the country on behalf of thePedestal fund, says that the fund will certainly be raised, as the World does not know the word fail. Mr. Beers says that he has found the most pronounced generosity among ...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 9 July 1885

MONTANA NEWS. Ihe rounaaaal-. '4 c~at¶I.ti. to the Cro w Indi:at s h - .ttit -RQ_ head. Thle J uditha As'.()i'!.'In has Wtar chasedl zoo hi. h grade itai:, fronta ('a Kohrs. In Helena, rep ent!), a trot k rnt os-er C has. L~ehmanaaL foutr-vt'.ir ti ,l child and seriously injured it. The paassenger engines. of the N. I. By. are being equippetd w.:th 4 ;rentcta\ patent smoke anti ý-p,.k lrevcnter..~ One hundred and five heid~ of cat tic perished by lightning and drowning I at Sun River (luring thc Late stornm. Montana h~as four relig.ious naews. papers--The Churchmtan. Montana Bapttist, Christian Advocate, attd a Bapatist paper 1aullisi ed in flotezana. A flat boat loaded with ra;t, anal' copper which left Blenton for St. I.auas a short time ago, wasa wrecked otn D~auphain rapids, and the entur c (argo lust. The Helena Mining and Reduction' Co. have purchased for the comaet mine a large duplex htoisting engine fronm the Iron Bay Manufacturing Co., at Martquette M'ich. A. M.. Esler, pa...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 16 July 1885

VOL II1N 49. Maiden and Magmmns, M. T., Thursday, July 16, 1885. Price 10 Cents MAIDLJEN, 1'HURSDAY, July 16. 'S5. rCL*5WED EVF.UY TiLt BiIAY BY FULL & VROOXAN. Ejergi .1 ra . 0.O ,a Saseusi Clas jai. ,1.I'Mst $U).I3 c1ui'r1oN:. 1,4w Your .... ...... .-.......... ....... . L~b43 AliVEMLTSIxU 1iATES3: 1 k.h, .. no ..r ......... ......-.... U I al . ........ ». ..« ....... I.. I wsrt.yuernM $w~.rsil Iataral:+e, p~e r lic..IjV £0 084 5 L~pa~al ,dr.t.uuara.¶'epn . i.: 11ev. yinad IL VON TOB.UL. J31., Attzorne~y LL aw t.FU 3T.A \, . - )I4J'TA\A. LOUIS LAI4DT, wqhn.I..aI. and. Retail II. ak~r. i: Wines, Liquors and Cgr Wab Beer. Cards aund Bar Glahsswre. MAI N STriUETi MAIlIEN\ .1I.I I ClbRoom, Male Stret. meldto N. T. DInasampa. Maiden, - - Montana. LIVEPRY,' Feed and Sale Stable. North Msaltaaa St.. Maiden. Rigs of all Kinds, Fixne Saddle Animals and best Stabling. .*ill.I 1.r".".,r 1;...1 t8 li . .Ir" .u a call. P. Saunders, Prop, SDay's House, ONt 316 SPRINGS CREEK. rlll.r t zi, ....

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 16 July 1885

the Siurra3 ~rgus. FELL!. A ~TROW(AN. P.ibI abets. MAID)EN, - MONTANA. Apprehensione oi cholera have not been without usefulreealtu. New York and other lar.. cities havec been, cleansed more thorouglhly t Lan ever before and the eflctuis - . a ina low rate of mortality. It isargued that the best days ot: baa. ball are numbered, owiaw to the policy of hiring men to -play' your Fine. When men play for't ire, and are inspired by no local pride, the laos sibilities of "funny work' are ever present. Thea. are lncreasaed by the rivalries between "managers." During the pest year in Boston only 1,318 licenses were grautedl for thme ple of distilled liquors, as ag'ainst 1,535 in Lbe previous year. On the otherhand, the number of places licensed to imell only malt liquors and wine rose fronm 56 to 236. Thus, while the whole number of saloons remains nearly as large as before, the number in wIhich the milder kind of drinks i. sold has increased fourfold. It Is alleged that Queen Victoria Is gr...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 16 July 1885

CURRENT T')PIC3. 'i11, 1,o;oel1.t'.'a of tto "kiolmin i cra~ai .IIetween 1i4.56 ant 1841 frog Widowsa in Warehamn. als~s., are al Itowtd a ha. rel of herrings free from the town lishery. Sewing unsohlnes of KEg ish and Amserican tmakes retail In Georgetown. British 4,nianAº, at only $131 each. A saloon in Lincoln. Neb.. which pays a thou~and-iollar lieens.% Ii kept by a widow, who has lo~t two hnihiaud+ by the use of liquor. It is the roitular fancy in Scotland just now to heap honors upon Burns. S.º an monuments have just been ers"ctesi. or are unie'r way In duflefet~ parts of th~e ct entry. The larrgest lostring mill to Franc. ha- ree-ently adopt d1 rollers, a fact which has not a little disconcerted the stone mill adtyocates. of whom in F ranc.e there are not a few. lline. hiarr~os. widow, of the tiuate mallan dictator. hats !{4.IMJtI,'a j in hard cash, andi 1s an ithi.tttt of nnnch Intere~t to N.'w Yorkers whip have dtwk to sell and matrimonIal Inte"ntions. C alifornia Is to pri...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 16 July 1885

Th ~ifl~4~?rU -i AIIEN, Till l{t$uI)A .luly ,' l5i". I'll[ 1%11F11' s:sE1 s7i1v Iii-iJAv e~v :ELL & VROOM[AN. TS OuR REASEUR. In the desire to make the improve :nctt in the Mits+aat. Au .os of %%hich ;e spoke last week-discarding the patent insides a-id printing all-to home -we has-e went so Lir as to order the additional z~atcrial, paper, etc., which now on the road. That we may be able to meet cost of same cpo~n arrival our subscribers, whose subscriptions expire on. the 4th of August, will have to come to the rescue on the ist. Itya cash renewal for the coming year at that time you will materia~ly assist in the success of our venture and at the same time assure the publication of an all-to-home sheet that can more Fully represent the great and growing i edith Country. A local paper is the index to the outside world of a country and its' people. On the patronage accorded it depends it general appearance. We :.,ire to publish a sheet truly typical ti~e future County of Fergus a...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 16 July 1885

LOCAL N EWS.V Fine rain, that. Itenew your aubaeaijptiuto Iti the' frt. o o to Th~ompson's for dirugs aned ruedliciuoes. X. T. IDiensmore hoas the noblejet line. of emuits. 'The shearing season is' dlrawing to a Gov. llrooka was in town ye.t.'rdaiy. The' rain detained hiame oewer night' tUeorge Eastecan has the coentract Io furnish 4000 bushel of charcoal for thee Mlaginntis Mining Co. French Percale. and open front shirts at Dinsmeere's. Nothing from George this week. He dare not "put up." ..Jiro, the. Bird" is declared thee ehtamnioee. The d64- foot tunenel on the Oro Cache. lode is about comapleted-a con nectione with thee drift froma winz is hourly expected. Notice advertiseesect of heahl to lie given lby William Hortesl, at Leewietown, sea' July Slat. Try ant get thesre. Burt's Low Quarter Sieges anal latent Leathe'r Shippers, at Cjiuegailee's, thee 4J. P'. V. U. Ii. Several of our citize~n havev invested "l.tA ins a face aimaile '4 tlhe Bsrfl '-.Ih ltiatace of Liberty. It mtee...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 16 July 1885

A 'IL~vEA ~,L!63eLs rh t khniM sari Fuesi, Paterant ef None Ing Is selhksetern liesgta. Paret.s have sung of rosy dawns, of. orange sunsets waning low. anal of that later hour when large Ilesper glitters through the rosy spaces. while* mid silent sp tres rise.' the deepnning~ night. but the poet is yet to be who will tell in nunmbern worthy of the theme the story of that magical drama of nature, the stilver sunrlso in the south, or in that p art of it known as the cotton belt of southwestern (leor gia. Tlhere the isotherm Is uemni-trortl. cal. TIre almost list, slightly on. U. latang landscape is, or was twenty years ago, under the high cultivation of the slave ns.atem, a sheet of verdure breathinug incense in the monthas of March. April, and May. The tall cypress, the thick -leaved ambrosial live-oak. the heavy-awnted magnolia gra naillora, form the upper foliage. betng the clear dark ponds that dot the low, list, level tracts. Around their sedgy borders the cranes and curlows call...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 16 July 1885

P'lague-Stricken Plymouth! Does a uslimir Dauger Thre"em Evrcyeme o[ Us? Kew N~ubil wAl..le As Dlreeled$ ee. Rochfetet (N. Y.) Corfrstoedneae Indian 'Juadg~," siad ayoung lawyer to a very cii vesesul senior, "tell me the s (ret of your uniform sumlie, at the bar." "Ah, young man, that secret is a Ilif uitudy, liut I will give it to you on con lit ion t hat you pay tall my billeduring this Meu sioni of court." "Agrn'l, sir," said the junior. "Evidence, imlieputableevkences." At the end of the month the judge remndu'ed the young waur of hits penal ise. "1l recall no such promboe." '"Ah, but you made it." 'Your evidence, please?" And thle jussge, not having ansy wit nstese,', lost a case for oneel The mian who casn produce Indiepti ablle evidlence wins pnblic favorI d an interview yesterday with the most successful of American advertisers', whose advertising Iis most successful because always backed by evidence. "What styles of advert ising do you use?" I asinsld H. If. Warner, Ksq. "D...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 16 July 1885

mTIniltm Anaconda is to have a $92,ooo opera house. Gans & Klein intend erecting a $25,000 business house in Butte. The Montana Woolgrowers' Associa tion will hold their July meeting at Benton on the 15th and 16th inat. Gee. H. Keefer has been appointed veterinary surgeon for the terntory in place of Stuart, resigned. Dr. Keefer was strongly endorsed by the stock growers. Marquis de Mores and v ife, John N. Simpson and other friends will go into the Big Horn Mountains this summer to hunt the grizzly, a Ia Theodore Rooset elt. *fli N. P. Ry. carried 3,733,000 I~onnds of wool out of Montana dur. tng the year 1884. From points west of Helena tl~ere were aS3,oco pounds shipped, the balance coming from van. oma points throughout the territory. Charles H. Wade, father of Chief L ustice Wade. of Montana, died at hi residence at Andover, Astabisla county, Ohio, on the 57th of June, in the 87th year of his age. Deceased was one of the oldest settlers in Ohio, and a brother of Senator Bie...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 23 July 1885

Vol. II. No. 50 Maiden and Maginnis, M. T., Thurday, July 23, 1885. Price 10 Cents MAIDEN, THIURSRlDAY, July 4, :. nULid.III) EVERY TIrII-KOIAY BY FPLL & VROOXAN. aarsid at Maen P. O. as eea lea malr.hi r pd I rts.... ... ........... .. . . ... ui..... &.u5 tOt eyear......... ...» ........................... ....... ..:A SAt Icrt, lS. \.A'l: tRiEt : 3. VOc. Tw inEtio............~ .., , ,,..... . J .. Lo A . .. rluutn .ll....l... '.....»..I ..........l l. i x .. ................JI .. ............... ... ... 1 "" sae sea ...............................···.... ...... . 1I.40 Wpeial r qi ivres laned tarnding LIcal s tear. Car afsBa prr : lsnwr. t~r, lo ad rtiecsrutsraye'dr st· ·rictly in ul vase R. VON TOBEL, JR.., Attc ,ne :% i'. L na. f l,R - Mnt' 'TASA. fi<''. R. Land l lri~r flat.. f all surt*ryrl Is'.'s is ll, Ju~it:.Ka In, rich a1. rl*artA .l ll 11l1119e Iti· Lc ni rrKin6,. lu "addli LOUIS LANDT, Wlm~lcralr *IId Hetal Ilraler in Wines niquors and Cigarb tlla.r Beer Card...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 23 July 1885

[he jinrtalt g FE-.I. VItJoAN. Pu~blisrh^s. MA l)EN. . MONTANA. Prof.--or At walter of W1.lepuatn uni vereity at+erte that the New Englalnd dlthet--pork and beanm tand cotllish andl lotato."s-appro,.h moren" nearly thaln allay otlwher th." tanlil:ard of tilt ideal ration. It is Ilot u:nl.rttood, hlowever, that the profs--or would like this ration for every meal of the year. The Baltimore and Ohio railroad, after a hard fight has obtained ler mission to build its lines through Phbl adelphia to the Delaware river and to connect with the Readingpsytenm, thsu giving the ialtimore and Ohio a through line to New York. Cllief En gineer Douglas srays that the Balti more and Ohio trains will ie running through to New York by the first o1 January next. The Portland 4;regomnian states that the cost of shipping a ton of wheat to Liverpool via Cape Horn is $14, of which the Oregon Railway & Naviga tion Company takes $6 as its share. The average cost of mhipment front Duluth to Liverpool via...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 23 July 1885

MIN\i.TO K. DISASTER. elb. N.t Goes to the Bett.m With all em Ihoard, Tern Persons I. All, U...Isd~ug KaMao 104" NfI..wskPIN NI. Wif. and 4i tith.r M.mh.v. at the PamIIly. t touthless sod mnm- u re ,tmrum, which .truck I.mke Mnunrw tmnka.)linmmm'wtn.Imetweemm4 m nml 1 o'rksm k hoot $mmmmmtav mntrmnmmmm. (12th immmt. added to t he mnvog imt oom to lik lb dtudtm uter og the water ten nsme.. iniluding et-may. or Rand sad wit, olf nmncn*st.. soil al most sill mIf tin-r imimetiante loustily, sad comtriltmtel to thme nnnIb oftlhe tAke the aoint terriblot easualty ia the hlsmory ot Ilsnetoinka. Therewas asuceessios of brilliant electric Displays, followed by sharp peal of thun der. Thins was followed, as observed from the east shors of the Iake, first by a torrent of rain, falling In elearly defined sheets, and followed by a wind blowing a Sga, from Es esitlor towards Waysata, and sweeping the lake at its broadest point unbroken for the etlreswep. Theatorn lated lesthan hall an hour was fo...

Publication Title: Mineral Argus, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 23 July 1885

MAIDEN. 1'TUI: DAY, July "2 1I-.-. PUBLIsllD EVI:RY THlIR-1DAY BY PELL & VROOMAN. 1 he Republicans ol Virginia have nominated John S. Wise for governor. Yesterday was the a tt anniversary of the discovery of gold in Last Chance gukh, in which Helena is located. Gov. Hauser was sworn in on the s4th inst. by a Justice of the Pea'ce, the Chief Justice being out of the Territory. The River Press has tile sympathy of the newspaper fraternity through out the territory in its recent loss by fire. The publishers have good grit. The highest point ever reached by man was by balloon-27,ooo feet. Independent. How about the man in the moon, or the fellow who got knocked sky high ? Parmley Billings hs has a story in the last number of the Northwest entitled "Old Tex's Story." Everybody in tli.s vicinity knows "lex." He gives his experience and adventure with a band of stampeded steers down in Mexico. Mr. Billings embelishes the story with fitting language and makes it quite interesting. There...

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. — 23 July 1885

I~r·~r~ll~r-lc rs "rr: +""r I·.* MIaiden t r b."t't. !_.t L-aw. at arri' .IA 1. " ).,..t, at I tan sigh lilIt'.,. CIPRCO' f\U) P.'..'.:".1. Fare f. as Maiden tosLe t ...... to ... r .. .. Bit .,o ..........~ v' roun$dtrip .. ....................... froms Maliden t, Bil!'aaga.....-................ 1 .u 2 round tripa..... . 1npra.ssram Y alda to 1'1.t Ii~r nt ... .. . illing·."lt..... Ir 0.... n E.I't,,v.n. .ara Mtaid. and lunctisn City L.icr. teeas'rs MIaI~ia. AIatu"Io .. t'.ohi,,.Ia vuti lai dap.. Atrar.s· TuarAs}4.y'. AI,,ar..L ,y~ias.l.t r ic.a. Fir, from Mt~aidn it Jan."ti,.nua il) ......... .....' o' 1.opnr. par I ........................A............... IaJ Thrauglh Alaetar and s Ie aya'. st,. s·asa Is"} araorl ait Noratlra Pala. RaAk r sln t .sis-s. N I't'ss1. Vastasa & Juditk Laudtng Lian. Ixatlssania.t rier, at MA.asstl st ,ts5luA " uts Wis i.l 5,-as. JasAitlh t,,stsitss. Tsas""la). a.'1 arrrivea Md.,sdas al a (n.,r t:Air Y'':.re lr war ...................... ..............

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 July 1885

!i"! AIDENN $ 11@3S& scnUR vEo. 1. Swee t mairdn with the fen· so faIr Amd cysa th.&t 11k- the diamunds shin.. ,rir'.t maiden with the, greenly air. Ones mar I ..k, w.i:t thou he mine? Oh, Rive hv..":nt anmt 1» Illy wile, l4.,.-e pi'y kLI,,di .h.,w t.. mue; I Iu..·· the I- It"t r t I,,- f my life, And clh.rt'aily .",i.:d .lie for thee. Oh, do, not ..,s. rInt now I pray; Talk cv, to firse comte other lay. 4.I IT. 44 N4. 2. Is tli. " r *.4Fl el(un lily life. Is. e..lv know In..ta wht to 5ay Arnier --wil..Ilv.wil n e my wife? You'all in.".- r kv.ew lfnepcares or ills, In sinks .intel Hete you hLlI shine, I'li fent vnor uwiloin',ry hills, And -well. lin brief. wili you Iw minte? tun: Matfnlt!. This iss sn udde' hIlnt-oh. Is! I think you:'d better ep.'ak to pa. BETTER LATE THAN NEVER. I wouldn'* marry the best man that ever lived'" And hlh meant it, or, what answers t ie same purpose, she thought she nri-ant it. After all, how bw of us ever really know what we mean? "I engacled m...

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 July 1885

The A.ser at Eawul PFla. TThe ime .f mlit The Amoer lived in the bungalow oc cupied in prosnai times by tne uom missioner of Rawul Pla'li. But the garden walls have been ra ed three feet higher all around, so as to secure secrecy. Thie drawing-room has been fitted up a la Ouida with crimson stin and furnished with gold and silver chairs. The Idroom is draped with pale blue satin. and the bed is hung with curtains of the fgest lace. Munic al bIxes are so attered about with reckless profusion. and the very decanters play a merry tune whenever th are touched -rather a drawback perhaps to the good Mahommedans who may wish to quietly ta-te their un hallowed contents. Over all the elee. trie light sheds its mild effsilgene. And here, when he is not enKaged in diplomatic conversation, sits RISHigh eess Abdur Rahmsa. a martyr, like any contry gntleman, to the got'. surroneded by his hookah-bearers, his doctor, his deaf and dumb paiter, his chess-players, his tailors, his cooks. whose duty ...

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 July 1885

UMM N O'EETS THN GOVERNOR. Mir Drklltn a rhief %pc~rb Pull 0ft am [maraw e amid EarwuragretWat *, far nor Proper. Ai )f pxlic.tc~d (ov. Ilausier :and A. M. I'olter arriveld in Mlaidevl Satulrday veenling to 1.e in tidztar, al tl tt1 starting of their new tv-etitIlp twill. whlichl comln elct'd Iperalioslr Tuetdlayl [llHorning. :t 11a1.; Ibee u, ratgletd by n It, citlienl, r1WT~rdlJ2.'. of pirty atlliliativn.. ti tcll on tlhe Goterollr) in aI boy and cong1rattlatel I'iit tol his I pl.ointleltlt, and at the namle tiltegitv' rillll* jitra 111111 (of 0o1r owe II etili~nlL$ .1: cord ingly. ton )odity,utt albott 7:8.0 p. Ill ,thii Mndidli IlIart Blnd folluw-il by £ large. deslegationl, proceeded up M~u.,tana St. toward thle Malginnis miill. I'I:e (Gov ern1or wal ftundmi. at tl t nllllltljally' ufiic~o opposite Manag'!r Brother'sr~ rest. / deuce. After luic bly tile banld his excellency was introdned to tIle citi ?lnIL, u rllrcuiloon J. Ml. Vrllolullal, of thlle Akuic,, deli~ered tile follo...

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