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title: 'The Mineral argus. (Maiden, Mont.) 1883-1886, August 06, 1885, Image 4',
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Teo Nrpeiees ut eAMea..
The land department of the Noith.
rnt Pacific railroadl desires to snake a
full collection of agricultural )rodfists
from the harvests of %Iinne.-',ta. D).,
kota and Montano rcor j885. for cx
hibitiots at St. Pau' and in tihe East.
For this purpose, the request is
mnade, that specimens of grain in the
.sheaf and in the berry, native and cul
tivated grasses, snd of all sorts of vege
tables, fruits and other piodumcts he
delivered at any railroad statiou
throughout this region, addressed to
'"P. Ii. ;ro~at, General Emigration
Agent, N. P. R' R., St. Paul, Minis."
and they will be promptly forwarded
by the agents of the Northern Pacific
U 'asl NesUl Yent lNse.
Call a girl a chick, and she smiles ;
call a woman a hen, and she howls.
Call a young woman a witch, and she
is pleased; call an old woman a witch
and she is indignant. Call a girl a
kitten, and she rather likes it; call a
woman a cat and she'll hate you.
Queer sea, isn't it ?-Exchange.
u. F. cm. Uipuesis.
R,. B. Wihson, live stock agent of
the Northern Pacific, in speaking of
Montana cattle says: "Stockmien are
pow busy getting their cattle ready'
for market, as the season for shipping
,east will open about Aug. tsa. The
outlook for this season's business is
excellent, and if the market is as good
this year as it was l~ast, upwards of
go,ooo head will he shipped on foot.
In addition to this the Marquis de
Mores figures upon shipping somie
thing like gooa head dressed. La1st
year's shipments were 76,6no head on
foot and 3.500 head dressed."
Usm P~ Frefght Uis..
'lhe Northern Pacific has prepared
-a time card to govern the mov-ement
.of a Pacific coast fast freight line,
which was inaugurated last Stunday.'
The engine and cars of the train are'
equipped with Westinghouse air brakes
so that the time made will be esleci
ally fast. It is proposed to make the
run from St. Paul to Portland in rho
hours, or 6 days and if6 hours. This
is better freight time than is made
over any other road in the country.
Many railrcadsare r'.nning equally as
good freight trains for a short distance,
but none ever ran a regular freight
train at the rate of nearly twelve miles'
an hour fora distance of t,9 t2 miles.'
According to the former schedule, the'
time consumed in making the trnp was1
198 hours. This makes the new run'
38 hours shorter.
In writing on wool matters a Mon
tana correspondent of the 'Textile
Record, says: "The wool clip of the
workd has advanced 65 per cent in the
last twenty years, or four times faster
than the population, and yet prices
have fallen only twenty-two per cent.
It is quite possible that during the next
fifteen or twenty years wool may fall
another twenty per cent, and yet the
business of wool growing, taken in
.connection with the mutton product,'
in a country so fitted by nature for the
luaminess as Montana, will be one of.
the most lucrstive in the world." It is'
further stated: "The wool clip of the'
United States for the year 188o isl
.said to be 264,ooo,ooo pounds, which,
it bad increased to 337,5oo,oE pounds
in s884, and these best informed in
the business do not place the psroduct,
for this year at a much greater figure,
owing to the fact that in the Eastern
States large numbers of sheep per. '
ished during the cold weather. In'
this respect the locks of Montana are
5uore fortunate, and the loss from cold,
.will be very small"
a"ad/ssi as NM lm.
Gien. Bluckner, who was in com
p.and at Fort Donnelson; when s 1,o0o
troops were surrendered to Gen.:
Grant; called on the old hero just
*aefore his death. D~uring a pleasant'
Conversation on past events, (;en.
"I have witnessed since my sick-!
pess, just what I wished to see ever'
since the war, harmony and good feel
ing between the sections. 1 have al
ways contended, that if there had
green nobody left but the soldiers, we'
would have had peace within a year.
Blank and blank are the only two that
I know of who don't seems to be satis-'
ebed on the Southern side. We have
souse on ours who failed to accom
plish as much as they wishe, or who
slid ntot Set warmed up to the fight
until it was all over, who have no::'
had quite full satisfaction. I'he great
majority, too, of those who did nol go,
into the war have long since grown
tired of the controvjersy. We nayi'
pow well look forward to as perpetuial
peace at home and a national strength
;hat will screen us against foreign
complications. I believe niyself that,
the war was worth all it cost, fearful as
itwas. Since it was over I have vis
ited every State is Europe, and a
number of the Easst. I know as I
Alid not before the value of our own
EILL BEU sunl A WMA.
sig'at lIKiIore list, lit "r I 'cid regis
-tercd at the hate . I I ,..n I-ignedI
the lain~n ige ofI i .rk ---I
went ait.tt the uii,,n,". rI t
.After I hal r.~t hI.ad ti.,r e!ili
aonolg stranigers, and e .ric. ,,u~sslf
up in as abject a mainner is posible5l~
in tle p~resence cit the head s.iiter. I
began to loo(k arouind toe for an op
j)(irnlnity toI bV.aLI onI .ane utipro
teeteci *womnan with rns suann smile.
It isi not lily customI wlII~e tracvling to
smile on on in whose heart a hope
might spring up to I~e datshvdl to earth
by my departure. If I base caused
I pain in that way I did not intend to
do so. I can joke annti carry oIn and
have a real good time, but I do not
wshsl to inspire in any breast a hope
which may be blasted. ahl, alas: too
It was not long before I discovered a
beautiful blonde of the female sex at
the farther end of the room beneath
the chandelier. Her skin scenmed to
be of a delicate %s.&-shell color, and
her hair was corn colored. Her
clothes also were entirely new, I should
judge. and made especially for tier.
On her linger she wore a diamond
ring with perfect ea~e. She knew just
how to work that finger inl ordier to
f'get the most possible glitter out of her
dliamond. is.ery little while I would
look over there and revel in her beauty.
and I thought that she was not entirely
insensible to my charms. Still, she
lookedl at rile in a kind of a half re
proachful nmanner, which gave me the
idea that I idid not know whether it
wa:4 inteniled or not.
All that evening she was in my mind.
I dreamed that night that I swooped
down-I upon her and icarrictd her away
to the remotest bxoundanies of the
would in a special car. The next
morning I awoke hungry, for I didn't
eat much supper the evening before.
1 went down to bireakfast, waiting and
'fooling away moy 'imne, hoping that she
would come while I was in the break.
Ifast roolm, and I would fill myself up
with the beautilul vision and a cup of
Anon, she came. She sailed into
the room with cahlm disdain and an air
(If /avdcu,-, and such things as that.
the headt waiter waved his hand like
at self acting duke in a theatre, and
gave her a seat at niy table. A thrill
ptassed up through my graceful and
delicately-molded spinal column, and
I laid down the vulgar sausage which
I was about to feed myself when she
Idawned upon inc.
I ventured then to look across the
table at her in the full glare of the
new born day. (Stereoscopic views of
this last sentence will be forwarded to
!any atldress at *t per glare.) The
first thing that I discoveredl was that
she hadn't put her yellow wig on
straight. It was a little higher on one
ear than the other, which gave her the
air of a young man who has over
monkeyed with the flowing bowl.
This showed to the casual spectator a
glimpse of her own moth-eaten, sage
brush hair peeping out like the faded
tail on an old buffalo robe.
Then I knew that we could never
'be more to each oth-"r than friends.
Her nose was reel also. an-l she had
not been properly kalsominedl. In the
hurry of dressing she had missed her
nose with the powder-rag and that
organ-meaning, oif course, the nose,
not the powder-rag-loomed up robust
and purple in the gastly waste of
cheek bones and other osseous forma
Ahl, what a 11am it give me to see
my beautiftul vision fade thus before
me eyes:! Then I thought how I had
smiled upon her the evening before,
and how, perhaps, a new hope had
sprung up in her heart, andl I feared
that when she knew it was all over1
between us the shock, at her time of !
life, might kill her.
I left my hot pancakes, with the
map~le syrup all over them, and fled.
Otireleo ruhe ofin, the hurry and the
tieesrs fthe mad, mad world,
trying to stifle the memory of that
blroken heart. Should she see these
lines I hope~ she will not think bit-I
terly of Ine. I still aidmire her sa a'
well preserved ruin, but love in such a
case would be a hollow mockery.
Al ' R 'rM.wnf,, 4 -1.. pogs.tage alid,
Argt wy, than y......rthittatItin Iuhust.Ir at
i,.4i to.. fail,. aectu.wf, g l..&l w.'..alr., ls. 5t.i.y
-UrL. tAt lt..t lb.. sI.,t.i.,-nwA a Co. Auutia, W~it"t.~
kmdylt~ . al. l alt..vpk bwoxt n.H g.ma thadttW
I ad oo i.~n paw T tiyt es 111 . al ith.1. film.. Al.
V Pnat;rr~l" . r vntitg. I t. atltl w.a wlant
Sheriff s Sale.
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TIN` ,4 .ii. in te I.i.o Meagt..v0 ,'j l. 4.,;,,.a
T~"Maid,,, II.44eu..4e... C~... A.ea
To I...i.T;.1 at. N..f tm~rangel of IC. 1hdor
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INose..tie sof olk Final Futry.m.lwr
Fit IN4414 ild. t, Ai.' .i"' 1.. tlalb.'a lilhrwn -and f.
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Notice of Final Entry.
I LAN t. tt.'tt AT I le:;.v,... M N.T.. 7,
Wilia JN.. Vammaal.
w.moade is heea.pgiven flinttavev fd..4a4..named..
4a.., Pr hi.. Al, soP NE' N4 h.i intentio t.. make
hne pnan,.. In' i..t..at fh.g cimn..'. an jtha~t i
lan,wll be.. mtad!'.. hef... frttk ia'r'. 7 .4 ey.
.'nliaJa... i 'n sa ..'o. e a the Ab,.~na.ty, al M., uai.,,at
M..aide, .' T.. u.,t;. r thIN, va
Notide of-epl~ Finlala rEntaeetry ..
LAN.b: T. IN, . of Rn.'T li.'1A f. WTN.
Hae a 1.he.hy3m ta the f k.wn i,lleawtong~,avn.h..
...tlhr~ ha. Bldte..lle up.P aia .inlnti..tn of. ntail
Inaml neia: inaa... .1... T ,ia"d.7lr., aLin1..'. .al
willh~ hne. mande belliam M.n artin. al W.lr
bailet ineandher Meat& heey cu.nT. M...,a
Fe. . WAuln.t. Iritr
Nh otmd iwe..n.n of 4 F nale27 Pantryl..'4
1«w + cu 17. N. I. RAnT HELEN. MN.N
lNdfi. lx Ia~n,,,lW Mienrill. WaledtwiA. bumited
ichael ,mttlan , t..d ,r..d im l a4.n m. allnd tht aid...
eaher. n a eu .t.ly N. saa' T. ttMutt.o
rI Notice of Final Entry.
L.avni, Orvici AT IIELPaitA. Mt.XTANA.
Nol" 1 hreb gaedthat Ib,, fihmwiag~naaa.l
s1 etlcer a. ble noti~ca hfIit iutnteai.,t Pea n.
ýrfinal proo iintslppa..et ofhis ,laiai,.and that t.tid
.t lailtle. it, and tar M1cagher tnaunty.Motn.a
tke. 6, townahipliiutamthaif ramage IM east.
lt.e mataay the i.aihtwimag witmanatan, I., prior.- hi.
e..ntintmmata ,vnithntca upona, apat eutiitivaitt of. aici
Patdi via: Jon' .h PP.1iie, P lex.and tlttra ltt
AeadrFba and William Ilurttap. all of
Lewint.,wn, Ilvaghier vaunty,M. T1.
Notice of Final Entry.
tLtNitotFFCr AT IIFLEFNA. MoaTl.a'.t,)
fI doice 1a therebty given that Ptali alltawi1t;g-tna,,,al
nmlitth has Pilesd nottlce a hi. intatntian ttttaahe
fimnial paaf intauppatrt at hi. claim., anti that Paid,
nI 1il firaamtadte iaae t.lewnllty1 t ll~aiatn, Ntttary
l bNi n eaghter cuataty, Montatana. at
itaeediaitt. Meangiaercounty, M1. T.. on Piaiurday.
+,who malte ileetaralary Pilal.,nant N.t. 71Mr, (,ar iih
t S1!' ýS%'! and NWt,, Soo?-: Set. l\,Tp. 1 . N. hag.
Pie nanten the fatllawintg witntaaa" ttm prntvv hi
lamed, a-ia: Juacot Pttmla,,aer, Paiattata t'hitalipaa,.iihaaaa
tan J. Leanta Atd itaac M1. Priddiy. Pil ti ittanaiafort
~cngn~rtataaly ~ F. Aetal taa~x. Ptaiader.
ma eý ((II avea txTot til\t; AwtatY. Sieta it,
$I N)~,PNuP 5eentan pauli4(. and P.. 11,l1 Yam will
get lava a pah~ag. o .t-l a.i. tampav
f:$ PP),tINP alute, that will ttetart, Pa i workthat
r' witllat onaeta ingitatott It, stttmttt flit.-r that, Put
thing rieta in A tteltia. All al"t- tltta, atP..M ttin
io..etita-m nax, toi all at.'. ittr alt tIa. tinttra-. n
tieol,tI aamk lte, tea at thin-r ttnt Ilamian.
' ..,ta,,nfiralrnl warh,.eaaiatlpotit.lt aa"atv-a. lhmut
delay. IP. IIALI.ET? &A Pt.. ltaattlataa. Malta.
$ 300 REWARD.
We will pa. a re.-aed o torm h ale-ti dollar.
ittr any ltti.,rmaatitn Ihial will heinto atla-atrod. attat
rttnvlaiettt in dany paeanrlns r ~aatnt. whoahall ttt-nt
Parand. ar driae ana, any bPuma-a with tin barandP
via: I J tta heft hipm. Na taltat Pa e.'alaognlaaal
,,nkl --aatea aIat.nt.. tatet-.,rienhyotttton kit
ahamldet. ilttA1gt-Naielaaa 1t'rm-ek.
IEUGUAN, BAILEY & KENNETT.
JA~l11% FI;Rtlta .t,.% ani.
I thanaaIa Mil mtte.~.
P.atept. l.t-t or Mlt aaa l eneli". tta. 1a.
Gae Mar.-la."t1.iao.aiaetaak~rloat aana etighttueM.
rent-I .,id ty aw h .." bit
ituem. iaraaaltjl te 'mriht .aiteattiane
Y.,-*IlK n.l.k 1w!..ng3,.a I, Jan..... Yrg,,.&'.4,,. I
in nlatr..l n.k. "--l d, n" N43, l m.i.3. r an.o
llr q4anv n .b.i.n frft.1..hhn ..~ tltiart.
A .. fn, l arn.-+lmfr."l. lt n with t.4 ta' .
iI~klUI*L da vp. I~and hat it.n . aifl "..r.l . ."
tkan n eI..ltn I., 1w lla.* lit,,. I. Flli.I 11..-n
3151tthe 1an It. a ": 11" c o Jna. F. g.
Til got.. 1 I 1 41 IMAI TP I 3
S~t.1AT Paul, 1ISP\
Mont-ana, Irad .nho, Wasinto
TU.LMA. I'AW:I GnLg.WE '.(. SLEEPEIIS,
Eleg'-arnt Dining C''"k ,allrs!'." .T
l 33.tirgh iI 3l k,.
Emrant-irnin'th.;.-h" Slep rs F1.EE
YELL-OhWSTONE inATIONAL PAR
Minneapolis & St. Louis
-AXI' THE FA)IlII's
Two Through Trains D)aily
WVithou~t fhan. ',r'l..-tit. w.ith lh "I A:
TRANS -"f all li, . fir I i..
EASTI AND) SOUTHEAST.
E"AI-'- I."ia... MIi NN:AVIdIi.Is;a
DES MOINES, IOWA,
Via ALBER113' LEA "ti' IT. 1Islli I.
- -I~n TIII 1w.:1 TI.N -v
Minneapolis' S8t. Louis
an 1 Prit: lliR. hl E l''' I It . t.-. "lqiN Pale}'
riuitiartiwt: ~in II3AIiS 1","".1 123r ail k.:an...
M pa,:. S11r w IidI .A.. .51I, .\.'LN
tu1m'ill, f.. I mil,t . i -"a i f. II. A l, IN i a l'. ~.1
alf i..- A ' h" 1. I aI uls 3123. Iln . r...."A I..i..l .5
N..rturi l'a'ilu M. : %. F.\ lial h I45' i~b
IGroesbeck & Poland,
Cook, Heating and Camp Stoves,
Tin and Granite Ironware,
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Powiler, ('impw and Fume.
P'owt ,lCalm ('it urn Ftii,e,
Pielk, Drill rind Spring Steel,
lick, Drill .usl Sprilrnu Steel,
Poumnd, Nqulare and Tire Iron,
Jb.ut:idl, Xi~jnan arnal Tire Iran,
Buffalo Portable Forges.
D ii~i II,!'a" : Tnu l Moldng., Shelf :t d Itltildinti Ilarulware,
uildlingt and 'rar l'ajwrr, HtiruiatI alid Wagujon Itvj~lii uu,
P out, (Ile :n41iting, (Ollie. and
piin. lrusl~es, wV Iala. iiiii.
Window Glass, Putty, Etc.
In C'onnetiont where all F~uaind of Job Work will be Done on Short Notice.
CROESBECK & POLAND,
WARNER & WILSON, Proprietors..
MAIN STr. above POST OFFICE.
TABLE SUPPILIED V.1111 nV«SP THlE MAGI:i(T A1ThJIII)S.
iKOpen Day and Night!I
T. C.. Power & Bro.;
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Judith Landing, X. T.
New Goods Just Received !
Special Attention Given to the Trade of Ranch and Stockmen.
SRECEIVING AND FORWARDING.,,,
Specital Iniduceanent offered to those ha~ inu Or. anil Bullion for Eawltern
Shnipment fronm tihe Ilatgintij Mining Ilegion.
L arge W.arehouse on the b.n!: construc te) w ithi a Spertal View to the Storing
of Wool. W ool (;rowcrs in the. Judith andl Wolf (:reek comity will find!
this the most con venien't point to hauli their iaoiil, whethe~r
dlesirin~g to sell oJr shil1l.
t:.rORl)ERS BY M 1Il. (G~IVN I'ROMP1' ATTENT ~ION.
BILLINGS BUSINESS HOUSES.
H. CLARK &CO.,
Billings, - - - Montana.
Four Ace Flour......... .........................._.$l25 pr ..ack