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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Mineral argus. — 18 October 1883

.L eaL. Mdn and Marnah 18, 1883. r. Cep Na 11.. Maidnc and aginnisThursday, Octbe 18, ~ 188. _Price 10Cent Psl a vatooman, I gHUlA a .Ot.. a 8 as , 1888 maer.1 Pýrefeesial Cards. M. TRUI)ELL, Attorney at Law, OfRee tpposqite Mineral Argon Office. regal liankn and Convyaances attended to on ihort Notice. F. C WINELLE, Notary Public, OFFICE AT RUSTLE, M. T. LAgal Blanks and Convayancee filled out and attended to in Short Notice. A. G. HATCH, Attorney-at-Law WHITE SUL1.PHER SPRINGS, M. T. JAMUS A. SBITH, Attorney at Law, MAIDEN, M. T. l'racti,'.- in all Courts of the Territory. Mining Law a pelar , A. .1. ESLER, r-----. Notary Public. 'mnveyacwing. IA"gal I,lank of all kinds filled out alld neknowlklgdl. Odrl E. AT M'.NT~,NA MINE, .AII'EN. H.T. MAX. WATIRMA.. II. l:. MC INTIRE. WA'T'hRMAN & MclNTIRE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW FT. BENTIN, Ma. T. 'ill attlnd to all ltuAine'n intruotedl to our ear*. from Maliden andl iciitijy. Hamilton & Witherall, I.eAl.KElit IN Wines, Liquors & Ciga...

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 October 1883

FELL A VDOOAN. Publishrs. MAIDEN, - - - MONTANA. It is not very creditable to the skill aad enterprise of Amerksan mw-makers that, while an American baend my forty Let long is produced for 465, a French blade the same length costs $70, and is much the cheaper even then becase of its superiority. There does not appear to be that unanimity of feeling and opinion in Ire land which precedes national victory. The old feud between Orangemen and ibbonmen is revived, and the bitter antagonism comes to the surface in the shape of mobs and riots. One of the greate at feats of raft tor ering yet recorded was that recently announced of a raft measuring twelve feet deep and twenty-four feet wide, consisting 165,00 logs, towed in safety from St. Johns, N. B., to .7ew York, a distance of 660 miles,which demonstrates the practibility of furnishing mills with logs cut at long distances from the lum ber manufacturing establishments. A noticeable feature in South Ameri an commerce of late has been 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. — 18 October 1883

FIELD AND FARM. Dates few Parmers. Theae are now 900 bead of imported ai the Bosteo aarantine grounds, over m more wi come this mouth. there I- anythnag that will arouse a to remewed action, it l the eight of Sof a lsghbor's farm that in quality that of his own farm. endeavor to lnd oat the secret emousca and V it is because of a btts breed of catle, or better varie ties of frts or vegetables, be will be er likely to introduce improved breed or vaiety upon bhiown farm. Thus the easl fhie become a direct advantage to the farmer. In a society where there Is so much that can be learned, no man es afford to refuse to become s member, and the more active he becomes the mere practical knowledge will he be able to pick up. Every good farmer will feel that he ought to devote at least oe week in September to agricultural -irs, a.nd be will give his boys as much time as be spends himself.--Masachun sett, Iloughman. The Michigan Farmer gently remarks that "a farmer who has tried the no road-s...

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 October 1883

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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 October 1883

.N. * Ur.s. Q 3 as i c , .£w.0 0. 3* . W Ai3 . U . wall., flalla. .y~rr i uar ý7 5......III.. r. . i at Po w I·rt. t.T. C Pours Pro'pr Ljwa 37 F . T Ala AnM.. w lrr.te. T. .aor NaviR mlaid", gt _C~ttc' od tr r~tcold. L()CAL NEWS. Mr. Dan stalker, who has been ill fo, several weeks with the mountain fever, is convalescing. The reservation reduction commnnttee is on a still hunt or Snow-ed in (7) but you can bet they are not asleep. Elhewhere will be found a challenge to a prise fight by P. Higney, of Ft. Maginnis. Look out for gore if Pat gets If you want some choice California grapes call on Dick at the City Bakery. They would tickle the taste of a timid leetotler. Fred Munn has recovered his shot gun which was atolen some two months since. It was found in a manure pile! behind Bailey & Obrien's livery stable. "Roaring Bill" has takeon up his abode at Spring Creek. lie says the altitude and "bug Juice' of Anderson vijle was ruining his voice. It is rumored that a dance will be g...

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 October 1883

7'M INF 'iea;E ll i l/e pago Oibuiaa aA` ME IOre i I M ý/rrr wll 0011l &wi iua·l . 0.14 r rwJlltli . ill Oil Lurrru IUuIUr at wWL Old, / Out u Ilrru, Ou~y . ru~tlrr yr·ru · Osud IuuI L . aau warL ud .Mbahr ura.r· .. Orr r yr ru rlu' lr vi Y ka& Uwugu4 ME MArINI U,a cow"*, Iur wiw34 wu.u caUl Lu igraA, T'Ai uI.ad.. IL. az.wa , U-) Az a.. aatt fat. yo faa UMJy wield t4 .. )~ W;,,aapous ulAlft ur thea TTp/ ýq Lrrtlrr yrd, St, pay nerl at ad! -Urwac Wall/ TOR IfNEMY'b VI.At Wht itujuruatl W t .urolluuuaaa 'PLarr vurda waura u I.4 ay r luaaly laarra, dimAdie citi, llaaalaiaag aa, anda .Wied biataa, spok U UWo i ltar aw the worda o4 I. tuaiaaWa uaiaLc h$11mW4 h boat. Mba wcar the )uuaaalt uf (lftata aodaae Oat., li. aawuawudur at taa c.aall navy of doutesidau. Telady wi th deus))h ) bIrth m e well f..Uupd, sad Ala. asaura ot bar aMgur u te mighlt ofi ia whip whiti had boon ftr Stw. daf~r a Laimiatg 5,dft, sa as Iatdaa ILu haall-a. ao. tadm iu a .patljl at tah a allw attalclta. s.a...

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 October 1883

r t mes or en inarina ps-ese meetdes ome e ah ?we? sens devi otev nm at t evei rn as war addrssed to vebtera tab al. -wi to th entire world, - d the stent of ha out ever the water entire tch wahc the movemente o aPd y.dq their habit. In I odmany chchleor Swere eb unknown. I evr oberver must see. the de omoense that are warring sab, and I realised that unlem -g were dome, the life in the Sthie esatry would become o eantemat this diuntrous my life work, and I am io say I have smn its aeomplishb e you oeoaemful on the start?" indeed. Up to that time all arti attempt to hatch and raise fsh the spawn had failed, and 1 was d to ezperiment in an entirely er. The work was a careful one, but I finally ~ueceeded am able to hatch and raise u-ty-fv per cent. of all spawn." noel Why that is a larger per than ither the vegetable or an oms produce in a natural con w it, but we exercise the great in the start, and aoard the little until they become able to care foregoha converation occurred Swher...

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 October 1883

Dr. ]Rwn is ruatjng his building to ,,olpllti as faAr s tan aterial can be AUwmoed. eO expects to be in his new tb quarters Lnuside of a month. to DunPon Bro. A Masaing l'a ines, in M Cone Butt district, "Barol" and "Sal- w vator" are showing up rich in lothl of l the precious metal. At pr'esent they p have live men emphiyed in their prop arty. They have beett .lred aw halud some elsn for ore on the dunelt, but for ti variotu reasons Ituve dci hined to sell at i presenlt. T'he mot luatttrillg Ireults niy le |cxpecti, nut oilly fr.,ll the above mines Ibut all that are bIting wturked ii this district. Dr. Itawn tists Ihuo ill slock a large asstiultleulit of new indtelible uillii I knlt.n l the " illamond Iyec." Frlwou tllese dt)'ea itritinlg anld cipying iunk rilal hbte nunc at will, andi for coulortg lchitt iag, riibons, silk, &c., aire unxcelleld. Price per package, :.i tents. WE WOULD LIKE TO KNOW l'hoi astruck --a t1w lead. %hIlio shut Joe, titvring'" dei. W\'hat is being do...

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. — 25 October 1883

h 12 . ___ M__ Mide. a.d a .ginnz Thursday, October 25, 1883. Prioe 10 Cents THURD I Oct. 25, 13 )DR1. - , "Vr],Ym THURlDAY v" ILL VylOOMAN. Di Fine SProq Pa pards" . T. . TRUDELI,, P Attmrney at Law, .0e oppoilte Mineral Argus Ofli,-e. Legal Blank and Convavances atten dedl to on Short NIotice. F . DWlINLLE. Notary puplic, OFFICE AT RUSTLE, M. T. gal Blanks and Convaytuces tilled out and attended to in Short Notice. A. G. HATCH, ... Attorney-at-Law1 WHITE SUI.PHi:R SPRINGS, N. T. JANUS A. SMITH, Attorney at Law, MAIDEN, 1. T. R Practices in all Cqurts of the Territory. A. M. EiLER, Notary Public. conveyalncinhlg. legal hflankL of ill, kinds filled out and acknolhlged. IlFPIra AT MONTANA !il'., MAI IIEN, M T. 11A. WATERMAN. II. G. Mc' INTI l. WATERMAN & MclNTIRE. ATTORNEYS AT LAW FT. BENT IN, I. 'T'. Mill attilen tq Cre1 uune' intrut ,.l it our care front !Ailin and viciniy. Hamilton & Witherall, tliE1.I:RI 1I Wines, Liquors & Cigars, READ OF MAIN TRIEET. Xaiden, - MQn...

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 October 1883

PtL. A VNOOIIAW. f1Mhlae. MAIDEN*, MONTANA. Asedlmng to the latest reports re aeslri at the aUrimoter department at Wabletgs, i would mm that the taJ7r to tL eoare arop throughout the -orth and weat would he less than first rpeorts would ladlaLte. The crop s eo peeted to be 1,uo0,000,000 bushels, or, withina 2,000,000 bushels of last year's yield. A bill ),as been ntroduced in the Italian parliament to secure to women the right of sulrage. Under its provisions a woman voter must be 21 years of age, pay n assessed tax, never less than Ave francs, and must he able to read and write. Nhe uan vote either in per son, or send her vote, duly erttifed, in a sealed envelope, by a third person. This bill, which gives Italian women the right to vote, also makes them elgip ble to hold ofilce. It was introduced by M. Deprtis. The question has been asked wrat the military establishment of t'hinua cosists of. It consists of the imperial tuard, 18,000otrong; the infantry guardi, 5,krli strong; 1,...

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 October 1883

' OOLU I-. S,,I ime Deana, wis., l a hr New York h e s merehn dMsetahl to p h if mun o irce canwe L)hto ihor ou nol ao She bu t those for bot 10 pe r. and ubr Almstlsant report. that the hknk whih in of little hales t the l. peum ay best L o * expelmmeat of Wolf and others pmaw experiment stalton shows hea weighing 1,100 to 1,a0) Is would .et from 2 to 27 1-2 Io br If no other food were SWith a to 25 pounds was o etehan t ri eio tha Lighter horseM woudo not need Smuch, but we can fnd no date eriaents with horna weighing a 1,r poud-Couatry b ion mer whno have kept a strit ac with their stock my that a pound try ean be made far less than a lof pork, yet the laboring man mto b both feels that he can hrd to buy poultry very often, as , more tan other meaes. This the Oonoord Monitor to remark ts poultry growing bhualne may ab extended before the marketI Soverstocked so to bring these mwn to wheal t will not pay to American Cultivator states that a wheaet bran is worth $14.180 for , wh...

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 October 1883

th WAIJ2R, ?RU-iOAV_(Jo4~ 21, lIE, of ?$LL & VZOOXA3 '. a TEUM! OF $L9'HCRIPI')N : t M . .w w ......... .... .. .....................N -0 1, 4.a you ....... ....... . . .... ............ JIM t AI)VEIL'rslINi RfATES: II l -a ý .arir flk .. .A) ... .. . ,... .... .. ., 1lparlrl rrrr. y..ru u irg. .para aod sasudlalu Ii .aAd aIl ... I.IL*n Par ISA·. @ffiw .4 Urrahw Ceaml. a. r. .rJ , ..... ...l)hulr Jda. II M1.'llnluk 1rrur un L.UuA..'rir rod uILa.1u.'L' i hat,. Ah..e WI~a~I.e· ···· ICs).a I h .t....l. INI LI APIlli aj~~iIII E A Kl y.. I dar P4. na. d P11 ,Iar r. o .-I. E A Kl'." 1,dr 01. ill, ill. hulprr hl.ln0 hsaer s V. ikin·l.a I jahniat. hIL. '1',d Nrrd. IwpU .wilNtil.P phl`.1blv John Krº1 ....· .111 ri l 111%n ·-WNn I at 1 Elul r, aurºli r , ) h I4.I Il; I"ý laj~ahaSA~d.IA ~I ,urap let ntl n cat L u al tilt a 10 .t titl 11 ilntdlt ind the htutill o our lmine lllt I tIwe no longer a queto., It TIhe tothtr i t Ibil Mhi nl K'\ltrwI, aint huk ,mei ete .i e e, l o t k, 'I and t pe...

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 October 1883

,.atw. C.I. Woa~w *".L u.uu M L9 Na Par WCrn A ~U UL.. M'! a M CfW rnda. M be a; m o WGE" a Clo tx4. T. C. NIeo. P» P:. L t 3. AnIrn ! at Manon t. rt Ubat to, atg I. lmBN, Ft. LOCAL NEWS. a: Rhe CeOar boys now peek grub from new boarding house, the amoving R i, the old quarters to the new taking , ee lst Saturday. k haimerd, Gardner & Co., have a large n sslg-ment of stoves at Junction sitg transportation for Maiden. R itch for their fall announcement. g Mr. C. Boissonneault, who has been i fined to his bed fronm sickness f r! n reral days, is gradually improving, c 1 we hope soon to announce his I splete recovery. Genuine Cheyenne saddles at Rock- n sll & Walkers. e Elsewhere will be found the fall an -ncementof Bruoadwater, MeNatlmara Go., of Ft. Magintis. They h:aveone the finest and most conmplete stock goods ever brought into the terri sy. Give them a call. Charley Holmes. of Alpine, has taken Ito himself a partner--not of the male persuasion - in business, and f mea-...

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 October 1883

AN OLD.TII LOVS $TORf am enarl skstd, we brulotP.. IIbthId. ad Ihe oend of mimse a-d ddeal waes ee en the evening mir neies the reln operkllg wnters ol tkhe ibs. That night a greed ball w to hbe ugee by oaent Frederoi of Alber ghl, the oely remaining representative of the oebe Gamily whose name he bre. The bulding was maive stne, high and dark, protected by noert,drawbride and battle towers. It was a line old feu del easle, built In the time of Frederick II. IOitalde it looked grind andtploomy; Imlide it was ablue with lights and redo lent with perfumes of choce flowers, which were eattered in profusion, not only about the large reception ialoon, but in all the smaller apertments,which were thrown open to the guests. In a little room far removed from the rest, in the eastern tower, stood two per sone--a young man, remarkablv hand some, though there was an expreason of deep care upon his face, ands lady. The lady was not remarkably handsome just nows she liatened to her champion wit...

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 October 1883

hese - sme. a hel that pLe ede, a Mlee Sof thea ereen ea. was the Mm of lrval,and teesMoe -e with Ssags of mees of the ea hte rewho gauiaaed. positants Were brined ia t parte e the greed, ad the o e the ethilmalag serw e aeb demsts, et sad " ko debd, elok tmmihmed to pooketr am wmeitmuve weir aeh pel the g eeter, ad bnhst Tbe hw aolemn weerd e_ tet. . ted e eavly l is the rwekof rendTe n at the top of their voes meut teoreasd, the lsmers time wits orIous claer of their ad ew bed their bodle and iunino with the melody. A whieh they langered over lsgest I we helMe the deer 'tl ewer ld me here a more. Srwith a refrain, the mng nI the airafter eahob verse, a moment their volces were until they could catch breath Continluin in the same mae another hymn, they wroulht itement from iCaoborua, whah I am dmed and goes 'I want no enw ter rieve alter me. hymn with which all the seemed to be acquainted,had for : 'Another ran: em beat up high, eblidre o'tod la through dry, What's the matter n...

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 October 1883

A wsaty "psi of lb. ra~sfrm d~~-(Yinepropity oit iii hr K Cin lii. Wrill hmrJait appear in 11w rulunww, d the Muistrrl. Amsua. U~I to the pr~~rScltf~hai' isnpeiinendi'Iilu has lisl 'd ria~uons lu# not mahuigy i rlieiwiflg of their I"w ,e,)Uher wlirtll~Vy irl,lI tli ti 11W li, our I jowul Wlsal li (cij.~lfi w"1' iiU hi') dii. 4l 1( 1 )41)11 (.4., iiistl lii' 1111,) 1 14 ,Ii 4. I i ti l III, I .iit of K(' 4(, th Ill iwi liii.C lu1I I)IIIJ.) I Ihi wrt)I.ly .l~.IAIrIsrII( IJ len e , Iw ilel a,~(1~ mieig1iit .Il~Ium .11 III llllll1 i li Jilili, liii'.1(. iii iii ililili nl, A r (I(hl a. lii ItuIlii iii (.~ 1il1. ii,,· ili)44)1. 4 1 illl~~ii l liii iii iii liii g,,il I\.IIlI i iIlii1)% II I ii~ t * CAI NI \\":; I lv "uv , 1 ,1111,"I % II %, 1 "1 1. "-It I`'l 1 . ' I. i't ' tI w 111, wvi't 1 , I 1, toot a1 1t It1 1'1x 1 11, ti1 1v ~ ,111",11 l,' ,' l l ' it "' 4. is.. ' rbitt irr of It I ·I·:i't ·: %I %I ,1. \\.t: lt t v l, a ,"1 Is.. 1 I i. l ',it i .t. t L44o 4M l" \l VLt i 51 i ,"~ 1 1 ...

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. — 1 November 1883

Maiden and Maginni, , Novmnbw 1, 1883. Prlos 10 ComI PuuvM__ M. T -at-Law UIUes .Pawas, M. T. 4AM . AS ITH, ey at Law, MAIl)EN, M. T. in all Courts of the Territory. EMMb Lm a speuUla M. ESLER, Notary Public. ancing. Legal blank. of all stied out mad acknowledged. AT MONTANA Mass. MAIDEN. M. T. WATISMAN. iU. G. MC INTIRE. TERMAN & McINTIRE, ORNEYS AT LAW IT. BENION, M. T. to alU bueineca intrusted to car f(omn Maiden and vicinity. F KALSN Iii OF MAIN wrRFJwr, " Xoat~.a. ty Bakery. YINCEt4T GIFAi Prop'r 3VZEY DAY. Deer w.. od Argxaa Onfce, MAIDEN K. T. ly Jenkins, BARBER! HAIR Ct-mna, HAIR Dvzmo, In the Bai.t man nee. Give hits a call. lOOMS IN OONNEL¶'ION. U. EAREOWS, tf Iote1. GSNRnAL STREx IN CONNECTION. aim 1)rtr S . DU. 5. M. RAWN, - Pmovr'msoa. onAuas ax DSUVS, OMNMICALS, PATYIWr »ae .as Or ALL. xIia. iMh Toilet. eaps, Fancy Hair and Tooth bwbmhe P.rfhmety, Aic. Ac. Fax. L[ss or 0 raAgolsr. Fame Oeek mass or ilsed..d 13OA3 ANDMIN 1113GADIE OF TiOIAC(U A UUCUALTT. U. M. WYXA...

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. — 1 November 1883

5 * ~iuana ýxu. FELL A VDOOMA1N. PublbbirS MAIDEN, - MONTANA. Negro Peasant Proprietors. a Tne negro-labor question is much dl. cussed in the soathern journals. While some "negro haters," like "Hamburg Massecre" Butler, denounce the colored laborers as idle. lasy and worthless, the balance of opinion ia quite the other way, and most of the planters and farm era agree in giving the colored race a Misr character for industry, diligence and thrift. Wherever the colored men are owners of the farms orlitTe plantations, they are ahle to hold their own with their white neighhor.. Peasant pro prieta has, as in the case of the more cvorentrace, though perhaps with less degree, conferred on the colored people a sense of responsihility, and the con servatla ii olownerslmip hasspurred them to industry and begotten in them habits of thrift and carefulness. The circum stances under which the colored people of America hecame free have not been fayt,rable to their becoming peasant owners, and it is...

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. — 1 November 1883

A CHANGE IN FORTUNE. !sfb Dluen. make.. In Mr, 'seh. reoil dry goods gtore, was easighs lesehin a dusty cor* seme empty peklagt-boxes. sots wry god leash, and warm was. be I ad but one glas of with it. A very mild, plesat-lalklng fellow Tfimthy Bloom, with eyes like a glsalesmid fo hair parted down mdle; but he was rather doleful at moment, for Crabbe, senior, had bee. abafg him for permittlag a who was not to be malted by mortal to get off without buying any. sad had likewise Informed him he bad been Ave seconds lak that and would in consequence "be acted an eIghth" on Saturday even That was not pleasant, and Mr. 's manner was not pleasant, and dusty corner and the stale sand were not pleasant. And who can der that poor Timothy Bloom look up at a row of decorated corset box shove his heed, and taking his idea the winged Infant pictured upon , remarked under his breath: "I wish I was a cherub." At this moment, even as the wish ered up to the corset boxes, a little about three feet h...

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. — 1 November 1883

NyAIDENi, THURSDAY, Nov. 1, 18Mt. WvL1.SHED EVERY THURSDAY BY FULL & VROOXAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPION Sti meatha...... .00 one w........ ADVERTISING RATES: I Inc, one r aset l.0..0... I ** . month ...... 500 1 six I.1 00 I . . . ..r ......"14.00 tipeital rate. given on large paer and standing advertiasemnts. Loceal aetires 1"i cent pcr line. Officers *I Ueae Couot*. J. E. ?furry .....P.............1robate Judare J9. Ft. Maliinoee ....... ............' Teaha ruo L Roteiet.................'okat R1e,..rdte W. D. Camnern....................... Stoiltt Him Miree Ntebrls .... i.... ....... .1i f cri Et DKR AND DEFPTY rHERIFS. K. A. Key.. Under Sherif, A bite tuipher Springs htan Craaley. I)vemry Oberil..........R. i tnrie IlearWilsant Dputy sheriff........ .lck.* Tel. aee4, Deputy Oberif, Whiter Oaulhee $-trreur John Kohl... . ... Mall. COUNTY COMMIMIONEM. H. W. (lark. Chairman. White erlpher U ring. C'apt.ftfadCanyon Feet, ......,irw Vle Wflirtm Burkiaa ................... . Bera-) The ...

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