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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 28 May 1891

jftttm Vol.VIII. NO. 43. LEWISTOWX,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1891 Price10 Cts. republicanin politics, and devoted to the mineral, agricultural, stock and wool interests of the great judith country, i-cv-utoComtttf ^vgue PCILieHF.DWEEKLY BY JOHNM VROOMAN. : Editor * Proprietor. Enteredat Lf.lito*^ PO n^^ond clesimsttsi TERMSOK SUBSCRIPTION : (Ifpaid III adTSllce.) On*year ^^ -Iswombs1 threeuiontba. ,UI KK I Hlk I V HAYS : i^ue year^- bituioutlia 1uree uionl lia rVDVurnaiMGbaths 1 nclc'ine iliaertiuD Iluolltb 1 ^^ els '^ I ^^ una ^esr |alrat^. gtSM ou large ^(.a.f alij slalidin,.^a IsegMssSBSOtS. i.o.ulmMhi M cant. |^rr line. .-peiial^.Ivr-rliM-uitriita payable strictly In ad WIMIMiROvrKK. MMIUirrtturv. ^ivernorlosOBsj K.Toole, Helena UwUUaretaurlohn K. Rlekards, Boite Mjaulifiif 1'nntTtlt T. H. I'artcr, Helena .ISilSJlSI3IiOMN llotwilt, Helena TreasurerK. O. H ickinan, II eleiMl Auditorat. A. Kenney, Helena Ait'yU^Til. Httrri .i. II^stoH, UmmmUt* biolJ ustice Supreme 0o...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 28 May 1891

ferineCounty Aviiuo. LRWI8TOWN, THURSDAY. May 2*. 91^OFFICIAL PAPEK OF FERGUS COUNTY prBLiHKi^ mm BY^JOHN M. VROOMAN,Editor ^ Proprietor. CongressmanWilliam M. Springer,^of Illinois. is making a hard fight to^secure the speakership of the next^National House of Representatives,^with a good show of success. ColonelIngersoll, in his address^at the Carter hanquet, in Helena, said^^no man would shoulder his gun in^defense of a hoarding house.^ No, he^more frequently feels like using it on^the ^'hinamaii cook. TheCorhett-.lackson contest in San^Francisco, resulted in a draw after^sixty-one rounds had heen fought.^The men were given t9fS00 each for^the exhibition, hut another inali h will^be made to determine which is the^better man. Young (,'orbett proved to^be a match for the Australian and to^all appearances displayed the most^^CMMCS. Thebanquet given Hon. Thos. H^Carter by the citizens of Helena was^an evidence of the esteem in whirl^that gentleman is held by the people^of Montana reg...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 28 May 1891

JumesA. Shields I'cml. No. 1'.^^I.ewMtown, meets the last Tin^^Jmv of eaeli inontli, at 2 j^. m. T.j. Frost.^B. II. Ro^\i*x. OmmmmmIW.^Adj't. BUSINESSMENTION Alfalfaanil |mh millet s.^e^l at C. E.^Rii'hariU. Oranges,lemons and tine maple sugar at^C. E. Richards. Lowestpricet on finest (juality flour at^T. C Power * Bro. Burgon^t Ball's sheep shears at .Ultras A:^Hobensack's hardware store. LOCALHAPPENINGS. Readnotice ol ranch lor sale. J.H. IVrrine was in fr.un I bet Tuesday. Seenotice of sale of mares and geldings. TheSpotted Horse mill ^M start up^s01119 Hal ttiiu wet-K. Memorialservice al l.ev^isto^n Hall, on^Satur lay afli-riio.m. \VQ, Virmuu i-\p*'cts to move into his^11 ss building this week. A.\V -itoddard, of Ft. Maginnm, wan in^t.^^^u Monda^ after supplies. Ir. llannon was callrd to Wolf MG^k this^week on profHBsional business. flan.vtirail^treet and wit of MtPa^M^cr't'k were in Iiiaii first of the week. IticlianlOiw and 11 til ry Kendall, ol Mai^^den, visitfd the county se...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 28 May 1891

TariffPictures Thecost of shoeing horses is less in^England than it is here, but the^brawny hhtrksmtih gets less than hall^the American i :vte of wages. Averageprices i^er ilay horse shoers.^Knglan.l. $1.05. TniteilStntet i New York State) $2.; Tw following Btutement fiom Mr W. B^! le*M| . tx ateS t nuAii dairymao of New Lex^^ington I ^ruo, will be of internet to persons^troubled with rheumatism He says' ^J^liave used I'haiiiberlaiu'e Pain Balm for^nearly two years, four bottles in all, and^there is nothing 1 have ever used that gave^me as much relief for rheumatism. We^always keep a bottle of it in the house^r or sale by If. \V. De Witt, druggist. Noticeof Sale of Real Estate. Noticeis hereby yi\eii thai in pursuance^of an rirder of the District t'ourt of the^Tenth Judicial District of theStateot M011-^tmia, in and for t hecount.v of Fergus, iiiude^on the ISM) day of May. IM1, in the mat-^ter of the estate of Aloiizo B. Bean, de^reiHiil. the undersigned, the administrat-^urs of sai...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 4 June 1891

own to cx-tfu*Comttu Ax*it^o PIBLl^Ut:l^ WKEKI.Y ^V JOHNM. VROOMAN. : Editor ^ Proprietor. Enteredat Le*istown PO as second class matter 'J'KK.MSOF SCBSCIUPTIOM :^(If paid in advance.) Oneyear ^~ 83.00 si1wonttin L-O Itire* months buu UPmTHIRTY 1^AYS: 4nieyear$3.50 tiamonths 2.00 IUlee month* l.-Ml AOS ERTISI HQ KA I KS : 1 iich. ^^ne insertion 1.00 1 ^otuiith^ S.OU 1mix ^ Ml 1 ^ one Y*^r i54.0U JpMftalMftM giveu on lar**.aii'l -laiitlinrx ai vci; i- ^^infill UaaalMttoai II cents pat line. -|*e^ la I aiivertiMMutMit* payable Mrictly in ad- l|M| T.C. POWEE ^ BRO, LEWISTOWN, MONTANA, OtFKIALHMMIl; stairDlii-i lorv. i.-ivernorloscph K. Toole, Helena J.tent.lo.vernorlohn K. Kickards, Untie Al.iuberof UtlfNM, T. H. Carter. Helena secretaryLouia liotwilt, Helena TreasurerK. O. IIIflB'^ .vuditorK. A. kenney, Helena Alt'y^ieneral,...llciiri J. Haskell, (deudive liietJ uatice .Supreme Court HenryN. Hlake,^Asssociale Justices^Supreme Court^lers Sup. Court, W. .1. Kennedy,^8 ; perint-iioent Pu...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 4 June 1891

fWfMICotttttu ^rotte. LKWI8TOWN,THUB8DAY,Jaaa 4. 01 OFFICIALPAPEK OF FERGUS COUNTY. MUMWEEKLY BY JOHNM. VR00MAN.Editor ^ Proprietor. SirJohn A. McDonald,^general of Canada, is dead. governor TlieenriMT Charleston lias arrived^at Callao. ( hilli, witliont having seen^the Itata. Anexchange speaks of Ignatius Doi^nelly as the midwife of the new party^formed at Cincinnati. TheMM appropriating $1,000,000^for the Columhian exposition ha^parsed the Illinois senate. SenatorCall of Florida, after a pro^traded tight, was re-elected to his seat^in the Cnited States senate. Duhiiqiie,Iowa, is credited with man^nfacturing 49,000 barrels of beer the^past year. OH course the beer was^drank over in Illinois. ABoston man was arrested for kiss^ing his wife on the street. The Strang^est part of it is that a Boston man^should be caught kissing his wife at all Lawyersand heirs in the Davis will^case are thicker than buzzardsaronn^^a dead horse. The heirs will get what^there is left after the lawyers are...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 4 June 1891

JamesA. Shields Post. No. 1 ^ of^Lewistown, meetB the last TSM-^iliiv ol each luunth, at I ]^. m. T.J. Frost,^B. H. Bowman. t^oiiiiiiai^'l**r.^Adjt. BUSINESSMENTION. Lowestpriees on WmmA |MMf flm,r at^T. C. l'ower .V Bro. Bullion^t Bull b sheep shears at .lutras A^HofeaaMM k's hanlware store. LOCALHAPPENINGS. Andthe grsss urew all around.^^Hu^h rireen came across the range Tues^^day. Woolnrowemwill soon la- husy ^i*'1 tn^^shearing. Thehoard o! county comniissioners are^iu sesbioti. FrankM.,sliner is burning a kiln ol 1T.0,-^(mhi bricks. llildren's Pay is ti. be observed at IMiil-^biook June 11th. Serviceat the M. F. ehurch next Sunday-^evening. All are invited. \V.H. Babcock was iu from hib home on^the upper Judith Tuesday. I.1). Smith, of Koss' Kork. hasa brother^visiting him from Jefferson county. Mrs.P. T. Fleton and Mrs. ^ has. L'lary^were in from Boss' Fork lust Saturday. TheMethodist Sunday school is prepar^^ing a pri'gra mine for children's day, .lull*^L'lbt. Kev.H. 1^. Waile...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 4 June 1891

Menand Women Mrs.Pal}-, of Scranton, Pa., thinks^she is worth $50,000,000. Mr.Stanley states specifically that^he will not return to Africa. SenatorEdmunds declined a seat on^the supreme bench at least thrice. KditorPulitzer of New York appears^to be prosperous. He has just in^^vested $05,000 iu a yacht for his own^use. (ieorge\Y. Childs, of Philadelphia,^has consented to exhibit his tine art^and souvenir collection at the Chicago^fair. AnAlbany, X. Y., clerk recently^limit a (8,000 house, the economic re^^sult of twenty years abstinence from^smoking. Mr.Tshing-Tshang, the new Chinese^minister at Paris, is a Tartar by birth^and a Koman Catholic, and so is his^wife. KdwinBooth stated a few days ago^that he was feeling quite as well as he^did five years ago, despite reports to^the contrary. Barnumdesired to he cremated^after his death but his wife persuaded^him to abandon the idea as destruc^^tive to her peai e of mind. JohnJ. Ingalls never smokes until^after ^^ o'clock in the evening...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 11 June 1891

ountn ~-4~Csi LSI Vol.VIII. No. 45. LEWISTOWN.FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1891. Price10 Ots. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. .fcvflitetCcumUi ^ruite JOHNM elBLl-H KI VROOMAN. Wl.hkl.YBY Editor^ Proprietor. Enteredat Le*iito*n PO assecond class mattar^TERMS OF SlBSCRIITION : (Ifpaitl in ml ^^^^^*. I Oneyear ~^*3 00 Sii uiuiit bi X.fti JhM month*.. X.W ak ikk 1K1E11 DAYS: Oneyear$3.50 bitUiMfithw 2.00 JKite 11, ^ ^ 111 11 ^^ l.flO A1^YERT1SI NO RATES. 1 i.ch.une insertion1 00 1muni b~ S.00 1 ^^ 111 ^ 1 ^ uua year lia.uu Btaaajessalrates givou uu Urge space and 'landing^aulrertiaemenCa. Laaalnotice* lucent- per line. pecialadvertisements payable strictly in ad-^i asase niFit IAL RUsriK. ManeDirectory- lo-eph K. To* Governorlosepn K. TOole, Helena |laajt Qoreraorlotm K. nteerniali, Batta Memberof OaafMI, I. H. Carter. Helena HecretaryLonil Itolwitt, Helena TreasurerK. O. Hickman, II eleii...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 11 June 1891

4cv0tte (C^nmtu ^rgtte. COMMISSIONERS'PROCEEDINGS. HWIWOWK,THUjMOAY.Jmm ii.'oi officialpapek of fergus couhty. n-BI.ISHKOWEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor ^ Proprietor. Blainehas gone to Barr Harbor with^his family. TheItata surrendered to the Tinted^States at Iquique, Chili, and will be^taken hack to San Diego for trial. Thetin-plate liar will soon be turn^^ing his attention to the sea serpent and^other attractions at the seaside sum^iner resorts. Gen..lohn M. Schotield, cominandei^of the army of the United States, will^marry ftfiM Georvne Kilbouriie, of^Keokuk, Iowa, on June IS. TheKohlsaat monument to Gen^eral Grant w as unveiled at Galena, 111.,^on the 4th mat. ( hauncey M. Dope*^deh\ ereil tlie oration of the dav. Thelate Presbyterian general as^^sembly took strong grounds against^^progressive euchre.^ Naturally so.^The assembly w as opposed I o any t hing^progress! v^. AButte jury has decided that poke!^is not a game of chance, but a game^of skill. There can be no appeal from^th...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 11 June 1891

Jam**A. MMi Pont. No. It of^Kewirttown, Mid th^* Im( Tues^dav of ouch month, at 2 p. in. T.J. Frost,^B. H. Bowman, ComiuuiioVr.^AUj't. BUSINESSMENTION BuijjonA Ball* Mheep shear* at .lutray A:^Hobtfiisack'i* hardware store. LOCALHAPPENINGS Letthe eagle scream. Headnutn r ul hot*-l for sale. Ja meet H Moe ia (Ml ulescilig.^Additional h ial ne^h on hint puije,^Wind millr* ha\e l^^^t their occupation,^fawjgtllW *rUI havt ^ t*^^ day o tetehra-^tioo PeterSJuju-lt s mMMN i^ moving up^v* a n 1. 'oininiH(ii^ ^ii^r ^ prorrt-dii, jr. udl b^ foMad^trUew here. JIfit 1 y Oirard h^b Jmhij f rom Maiden^laot ^iiiida^ . i\K. LmmM, wun in from I it lag 8 pi ^^^ ttMiliIh tit week. V\' ^rk will he n-nionr-d ^^n G. If .StttJfortVl^huildiutf next wt i-l.. S.A. Shaw, of Oku, viotted the ^ ^ * u n t \^oi-.il Jast Tii :j i oda \ . *'hailevPowell'rt Mi VmUnN ^^ m;arl^^ready f^^r oieiipancy. 'uUer^V Nuble will give .^ gnUMfl ball on^Friday evening, July :trd. rVofRMMMlor 4lM third and fniirth ol^Julv will be ...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 11 June 1891

Wneres the Itata. Nowwhere is the Itata'.' Iknow/' remarked a man.^All damp ami clammy in his looks, Clothedin a dripping-pan. Isaw her only yesternight. Andwalked along her decks,^Wliere drowning men were clinging; to Therelics of the wrecks. Hersails were idle on her masts. Herengines cold and still,^And fishes 'round her helpless hulk Wentin ami out at will. Adead man stood upon her bridge. Anotherat her wheel;^Uadzouks, she was a woeful sight. Frommasthead clean to keel. And who am I, who know this thing' Whatmatter who I be'.'^My name it is Mc'iinty, from Thebottom of the sea. WashingtonStar. MONTANANEWS. Livingstonis infested by a band of petty^thieves. W.M. ^ arter. of HwtOMa, him purchased^10,000 head of young beef cattle in Texas,^to be placed on Montana ranges. TheFirst National bank of i'ustle. the^great carbonate camp, has opened itsdoors^for business. The bank has a capital of^% I 00.000 and has m but a 11 tial back ing. Atthe last term of the district court^there were ...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 18 June 1891

Vol.VI11. No. 4^i. LEWIGTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1891. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, ir-ci-tftie(Comttu !^*^^^ II bl1-MI l^ ^ KKKI.y by JOHNM. VROQMAN. ! Editor I Proprietor. Enteredat Lewiitown POassecond class rr.atter^TKKMS OF BUnCBIFTIOll : (Ifpaid iii bAvMMM U..MSf _-W W SiaUiuutba itirme uiuulba-^^^ ^ ^u,t AKI'KKTHIK'I V HAYs : *^iie ^earMi bnii. .iiHi^ Mi Ihree luuiilba 1-6** ADVERTISINGRATES: 1 uch. SM insertion If 1 ^'in.,ii Hi^^ Mi 1 ^^ all '^ l*-0 1oue Tear iMi Speiial late* givtu uD large =pa. e and standing 11, , I i-^ u.Liil-, l.ucaluotli-es M cent-, tier line, -pecialadverliseuJeuli pavatile strictly iu at^vaeMe OFFICIALHUM I I'. MaleDirectory. *overnorlo-eph K. Toole. Helena LieutUoverui^r....Jobii K. Klrkards, Butte^Member Dl Congress, T. H.i'arter. Helena {secretaryLouis BoCWitt, Helena 'JreasurerK. O. Hn kinan, H electa Auditor at. A. bHNJ, He...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 18 June 1891

fernu*^t^mntu ^r^tte. I.KWISToWS,TH I'RSDA Y , J une IS, '91 OFFICIALPAPEll OF FEKODS COUNTY H'HI-IsHtDH ktKLV SY JOHNM. VROOMAN,Ed.tor ^ Proprietor. Itis estimate-il that Montana will^ship 10,000.000 pounds of wool this^year. APennsylvania billy goat devoured^a roll of $425 in greenbacks. Billy^should join the ^third party^ which^believes in swallowing anything in the^shape of money. theindustry, it takes a position as a wool-growing county that excites the^^ride of all our people. From les- than20,000 head in 1 880 our Hocks^lave increased until we now have moresheep than any other county in^he state. The number will reach half^i million, counting the spring lambs.^This region is well adapted to sheep^raising and the business is now in^the hands of careful and experienced^men. The outlook for the industry is^most encouraging. Theproposit ion to enlarge t he Judith^Land l^istrict is a move in the right^direction. The original lines should^have taken in more territory on the^west an...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 18 June 1891

JameHA. ShieMn Post. No. It of^Lt*wirttown, meetn the la*t TkHi^day of each month, at 2 p. in. T.J. FRO-.T, B.H. Bowman, l omiuauiler.^Adj't. LOCALHAPPENINGS from irtti Readnotkf of cattle f-'i sale,^Hca.l 'Willi^ to Fariueia^ M tl^^^ P^^-^Qa to ('hurley Hicburda' lot a 'milk^^ hak^. Wm.Kt.-rguK, a^ lompaiiif.l l.y Mi** Nellie^vi.ited the county ^eat Tuesdu* . L.and John J . Kitzpatrii k were in^Merino last ^eek M l^^d ouaineas. jUnill^H^1 ofCulver.V Nohle'a ^^of July ball aM l^^ foiiml elnewhere. Theman with a itllar half full of water^thinks ^o have hud al.^iit lain ^aoagb. MfaaAnna Kane, v^h.. ii no* teaching on^tlie Judith, apeut l^bt Saturday in town. C.E. Severance han a wool clip of M.OOO^ponndn, taken from hi* MuHSelahfll Hock. AlS|iauldini! anil ^ lie, of llrilBB Itillitc,^were registered al thel'ay 1 loune J e.-terday. Keailnotice of proposals lorfaMa for ron^struct int race track and fencint:. tlMwIwN F.K. Howry and Ole Thorson were in^frolu Stanford last week on land Inl...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 18 June 1891

Forthe Heretic Hunter. Rearuethe perishing. Thatte your labor,^AH the while cherishing Lovefor your neighbor.^This is salvation'* plan Untoue given:^( reeds are the work al man. Loveie from heaven. NewYork Press. HumanBonfires. Ifheretics were still burned at the^stake and all the clergymen in the^country who are accused of heresy^were condemned to that death, human^bonfires would light the skies from^Maine to California. Fortunately it^is only the eloquence of the pulpit oc^^cupants that burns. BothGovernment Employes Florrie,dear,^ faltered the Wash^^ington youth, I^I couldn't summon^courage to tell you what was in my^heart, and I wrote it. You got my^letter, didn't you^ Yes,(Jeorge, I got it. Andyou read it, didn't you^ Yes,I read it. In fact, i^I read it^over t wioe. Andnow, Florrie,^ he said, grow^^ing bolder, ^1 have come to learn my^fate. Thebest I can promise you, George,'^said the blushing daughter of the dis^^tinguished Congressman, withdraw^^ing her hand from the ardent g...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 25 June 1891

ftmu Vol.VIII. N^^. IT. LEWISTOWN,FEKGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1891. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, .f-rru* (Cotnttu ^\vini^^m hhi nttLi s^^JOHN M. VBOOIaAN. ! Editor ^ Proprietor. [jLlmt^t l.^;^io*..po^^co.,j ilisMii TERMSOf si'BSCRlt'TloN : (11paiJ in tuif-in*-.) %i lw Outyear r.*u,outb^ 1Lie* ubQtba AHOl THIK i1 ihy.V yearf3.50 tuuiuiUka iUi*m utwiitha ADVERTISINGRATES: T.C. POWEE, ^ BRO., LEWISTOWN, MONTANA. :G 1 ,.cb mm luMirtlun ... Sou 15. Uv M.UU facial illn giveu on lull); pace llU^m i Ml I l-e UitUt v Juial liotli-ea 1 ^ MMl a per I i lie. -seiit|tsrMsSJsMssjaM ,.^.^!.ir -.nnily i^ ^J- MM' ^ ^^1 ^^uiutilb,. .. 1 ^^ sis^1 ^ uue vear I^ .verllor. .^J.lent. UuVi^M emticl ml1 ecrelary...^'I i eoarfr .^A iiililm .ilKit i A i. KUMKK.^^SBSS HMMMTi luMipil k. To.de, Helena norlulin K. BttatM,Malts ligNIi,T. H.Carlei, Helena I,uiii.i Kolwitl, Mfl* R. ^). Hirfcwu.Hi laaa ...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 25 June 1891

jFergitftCounty Arnno. UWMWn,THURSDAY, June 25. 91^OFFICIAL PAPEK OF FF.B0U8 COUNTY publishedweekly by JOHNM. VROOMAN,Editor ^ Proprietor. Everyoneshould feel like celebrating^this year. Oome to Lewistown and^have a good lime. SirW illiam Gordon-dimming has^been dismissed from the army on ac^^count of the baccarat scandal. Itlooks . though little Delaware lia=^permanently joined the Republican^column. She is in good company and^i-i perfectly welcome. Thereis strong inquiry in Ka-tcin^markets for Montana wool, and the^indications are that early clips of choice^liil-. will bring a good ligure. As yet^no prices have been quoted. Iti^ again rumored that the Ana^^conda copper mines and plant are to^be purchased by the Rothschilds, the^price said to be somewhere between^twenty and thirtv million dollars. Thetrial of the Farmers' Alliance^sub-treasury plan by a private corpo^^ration in Kansas will be watched with^interest by many thousands, and upon^its success or failure much will depend....

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 25 June 1891

JamesA. Shields Post. Ro.lt 0^r^wti^^'ii. meet* the hint Tue^^dav of eitrli Math, at ^J p. in. T.S. nam B.H. Bow MVS. ('(luinianil'r-^Adjt. BUSINESSMENTION Largeaadort lueut of drugs hhJ^tnedii iiies at II a - ^V f^^ell's. paten LOCALHAPPENINGS. IVIebrate iu U^M8II. r K I .I j-nalJ ..-.^ t^ froiu ^'ka veeter- 1r^. -ToMr. an.I Mrs. Allen Ho.ltfei. on June !'.^, a t^i^V ^eitflit. eleven WorV.on D^WMt'a u^^ biiiMinij ..a., cm^^MM*J in enrneet. Mr.ami Mm. U I. ^l...f=r ..ere uverirom^Cuttowwni M. ^ 11.1 m ^. C.H. ftmtm o' DWI .-. ^^^^;^ jmrnmimj on luiidI n-^M TLm. A. .ieftiev. ^.le and family, ol Ofc*,^^er^^ in t.iwn l ueo.Uy on land liuoillesa P.J. Hall..11 of I m4 ^^^ i^ ^^'^^ Moll^day on land immmms*. Joka boilers and T. J. FrostuuJ sun were^in from Qffaaa Kauge Monday. FraigMteams loaded mrLaaiatuaa mm tliautsale an iv lag almost dail^ . AndrewFer^u* and Kiumett lluiinlloii^^aM at Mm uuiiuty seat Mouday. Mrand Mia. Po^ell lia\e moved into^their Lie^ mmmmm ^^^^ r'iftli avenue. Mr.an...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 25 June 1891

ASchool Epiaode DetroitFree Press: She was just a^little curly-headed schoolgirl who wore^one shabby black dress such a long^time that the children made fun of her^when she came and went among them. Whatdo you thinkthey said to^each other; '-that little Louisa has^only one dress and she wears it all the^year round. Butthat was not true. It was a^winter dress, and one day in spring^little Louisa blossomed out in a pink. Whatdo you think^^ cried the^children, ^Louisa's got a new dress. Childrenare unfeeling little MMMtM^naturally. One of them discovered^that Louisa's new dress was not new.^and she took pains to announce the^tact to the school in a few HMlM^comments. Madeover' Yes, indeed, and so^oldfashioned ' We would see the old^btltchea. Some one has given it to^her. Louisaheard and cried herself sick.^The teacher knew nothing of it. Siie^was doing sums on the blackboard,^and thumping knowledge into the^children's heads. Please,teacher, a girl's fainted. Thisunusual announcement ro...

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