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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 2 July 1891

Vol.VI11. N... 48. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, JULY 1S91. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, f9*0nmCToimtu ^vti^* f%BLIsM M ^ K K K I. Y B\ JOHNM. VROOMAN. : Editor * Proprietor. tnterad^t Le^;ito*n POasiecond AmmAM TKit.MsOF BUBBCRIFTIOH (Ifpaid ill :tt|vBiu-^.) Uo ye^r^^ Hiuiuinbi 1Lire lUOUlbfl^ AHKk TIUKTV DAYS:^year Lit LuoUthi. ... ILr^^ tuiuiilba ADVERTISINGRATES t:MJ01.50^l.UP ...'.OH^.. I.Mi 1 Mki eat ilmertiun 1-Ot' 1 ^^uioutli, S.O11 1 ^^ aia ^^ ^*^^^' 1 ^ one v*ar IMS Meeatalsates given mi lar,-* ^p:e^ anJ ^i^iiJmi a1 RMvlvMMBiBa iseal aellaai H seats i*^r line. -penalrfpjMlMMMI |^u^.il^le strictly in ad '.lit* OKIKI A I. KOM KK. MaleUirrttorv. MivrrnnrleaWaVa K.Toole, Helena Lieut,liuvcrnorlona K. Blckards, Bnttr .Mt'iiibtruii'uiigrt's, T. H. I'arit-r. Helena .SecretaryLottia Bo^wftt, Helena TreasurerK. O. HtcAsnan, Helena AvaltoffK. A. keuney, Helena Att'yOene...

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. — 2 July 1891

ergue^^^umtu ^rona. I.KWISTOWN,THl'RSDAY, July J, ill^OFFICIAL PAPER OF FERGUS COUNTY. PL'Bl.IKHkliWKEKl.Y Wt JOHNM. VROOMAN. Editor^ Proprietor :of the I'nited States Thegold product^for the past sixteen years foots up^*.^^72.000,000. over 1'arnellhas finally married Mr-.^(V.-ihea. He will have no further use^for the tire escape. Asurvey of the Ft, Maginnis reser^\aliou lias been ordered with a view to^disposing of the lauds. Thelower Missouri river is on^rampage- A good portion of Kansas^soil in being washed toward the gulf. I.. A recent cargo from Baltimore^Brazil included fifteen locomotive*^This is one of the results of reciprocity Wheatis now being harvested in^Texas. The crop is estimated at M\^000,000 bushels and is excellent in^quality. InKansas twenty local papers which^last year deserted the Republican party^for Farmers' Alliance theories have re^^turned to their first love. Itis now claimed that Slavin's con^^tract to exhibit himself here was a^clear violation of the ali...

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. — 2 July 1891

JamenA. ShiHdH Pont. No. 19 of^l.ewintuwn, meets the hint Twmu^^cJhv of t-iirh month, at 2 p. in. T.1. Pmot,^B. U. Bowman. CoiuiiiiiixhT.^1 Ailjt. BUSINESSmention I.nrge^*^.^! tm. nt ^f .Irnij- :^^'! pmUmt^Ili*^uicinfB at Hanrion A^ l'^twell LOCALHAPPENINGS Bniidtir** of Li^^lt in Ml^^^ut time f^^r ri|ntrn*% btn ^*^^.^Thf Hiiirtll tn*v i* inn in n Hti^* k of tire- I'lMt'ktT* lie,.r;vM. Qto^ W*l in from PMIbfOOll^Monthly. AntonyBrm.k* kh^1 *:imilv wnre in town^Hfvernl ^Ih.vh laut week. Brickwork cm G. If. Sinflord'fl bvlldiag wM folnpleted liiMt ^ffk. Mr.Morris*^n n Kourth of .1 tily orntioti^will undoubtedly he n tine effort INNgood |^urue* have been put up for^the fourth. Bring on your tlyere. Goodprogress in being mml^* Ml Um Me^1 ^ou;tld IVteiHon irrigating ditch. L.G, Burrot and Cm V/. MntitMl wer^^in from the Mii*HeldheM laat Friday. Hemeiuberthe partien given by Culver A^.Noble on the evening* of July Bfd it ml 4th. Thehand in practicing nightly. \\\- nhall^undoubtedly tiuveao...

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. — 2 July 1891

HaWould Be Punled IfFnglnnrl and Amerit-a Shouldgo to war to-tla.v,^The Mugwump would be puzzled Toknow for whuli to pray:^For though his heart in'g'it nrumpt him Hislouutry's cause to aid.^He'd think it attirilegious Totight against free trade. VIEWSOF McKlNLEY WhatNewspapers Say of Ohio'* G:est Fight,^Now Began. I'eoriaTranspript:Cl^ liis enemies^admit that .Major McKinley has a^baebOM that he pan rely upon. ClevelandLeader: Major McKinley^was a private soldier at 17, j.rosecut-^it^K attorney of Stark county at U^and will be inaugurated governor of^Ohio at 48. MinneapolisTrihune:The tariff will^he the issue, anl with McKinley at^their head the re-united Kepuhlicans^of Ohio will sweep the State after the^maner of ^ye olden time. DetroitTribune: The Hepublicansof^^ Hiio may be counted upon to do their^dutyat a critical period in the party's^history. That duty is the election of^W illiam McKinley as the next Gov^^ernor of ^ )hio. PhiladelphiaRecord: In iMrWliltlttftH^Mr. McKinley for...

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. — 9 July 1891

Vol.VIII. N^^. *9. LBW1STOWK,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1891. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. ftrptt*^!:omtt\i Ai-tuto t-tMm fmti n^JOHN M. VROOMAN, : Editor ^ Proprietor. inUfJat L^*i^to*n POas second cl*^rrjtUr TKKMSOF BUBBOMFTOOH \ (If|^aid in atlvaiu *^-^^i ^ue year ~ 1X0H -i luullttli l.-*J Ihrrtr iuoiiI.ih^. ^^'pt AKTKKflMUUff Mill 'lie yearMM ii utitul t,- -.W' i1mm nasMH LM ADVERTISING RATES : 1 ut-h. ..lie illaertiuo'. LjM 1 ^luulillim 3.0 I ^- six ^ '*^^^' 1 ^ our vear 'M.i* -|**.-ialrat.--, given ..u large .pace au^l mainline IvtrllirUieiits. ..m al ih.II.to I'. ^-ei^l. l^er line. -|as ial a.lvcrtiM-iiieiili. payable strictly in ail -Mm mWWUIAI. IIIIM I K.^Mulr Ulirtlorr. ...vrrnorh^-cpli K.Toole, Hetana II^i 11 Itti iti ir f~**~ K. Kirkard-, Bull.^Ifeaaber of Cm|km, T. H. Carter, Helena .SecretaryWMrfi Rotwitl, HtltM Tri-aMirrrat. 1). H irkinan, Hrleiia .vii.li...

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. — 9 July 1891

^rott0CComttn ^rtjtte. LBWHTOWM,THl'RSDAY, July ^, '91^OFFICIAL PAPEK OF FEKUUS CODMTY ri'lLhHtDHEEKIV BY JOHNM. VROOMAN,Editor a Proprietor. WilliamHenry (iltnlstoiie. eldest son^of the k^reat Eagtiail statesman, ^lie^l^in London on .lulv -4th. TlieNew York Sun doesn't helievp^in rainliow polities, It ooHMhi in^ailvam e ttie elei tion of McKinley. Itis diMeolt to find a man, no mat-^tmt what his politics, who doesn't hon^^estly lieheve that McKinley will he the^next governor of Ohio. HsSTJrainstorms have Injured^crops in northwestern Iowa to the ex^^tent of a million dollar*. A prohibi^^tion state should not complain of too^nun h water. Thepro^perts are good that the Da-^kotas will draw on Montana again^t his year lor a large number of stock^sheep. It is proving a desirable in^^vestment. With small bands and^careful attention, the business will^prove safer and more profitable than^wheat raising. Drouths,cyclones, and chinch bugs^are not doing much for the Democrat^^ic party this ye...

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. — 9 July 1891

JameMA. ShirldH F.mt. No.l'.i of^Lewmtowii, meetn the lai*t Tu^*m-^*Ihv of eai'h month, at 2 p. in. T.J. HlM,^H. H Bowman. t'oiumamlT.^A^lj t UUSINKSSMENTION Larg- awsortiiiKiit of ilru^B mmd patent^^MdMciaM at It . - * P*^^^*^ LOCALHAPPENINGS KeuilMtiM lot t.iJo lor mal inu ^^ -ui.lj .1 tills daysttir B^lt^j Oumlm Who^^^ ^^^1 ba*a -i,nuii.-r in Colllltl\ OWBMfHM.aU r.-t j-od bu.ines. iliml.i!the I'.iJ ami 4th. Hriiklu.ver*are Mklafl pMW^m willi W.^W. DaWttt'a n- ^ hmUMmt- Itlaafca ^^^!^^ inii.li M tl15I1 ilie rain- HoiihinmIImn tlimuijli July. Mm.Kraak l^ay baa our thanks for a ^^Iof ^h iii ioun aWawaartiaB. Kdm-iinlKoi-art v offers Ml -\trr\i ramli^for ^nle. It-ail wlmt he has to MJ . IUlellie iilell. of I'll ill.i..ok , vinite.1 l.evtiatoonanil Maiilen laat week. Hunter.Pol ami Whitfonl ^ freight^teauiB left for MMaa* Haaahgr, arjaji Sam^PhUMfw' ^ aal ilip. ft.K. Wail lag arrivPil from St. Paal last^DllaiJaj to take iha rue of the media nica1^ile|.arl mi'iit of tin- Aaai ^. lion,...

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. — 9 July 1891

Atthe Beach. WithcliiirtninK smiles on lier rosy li|^t^She plunder* into the wavelet,* white,^Anil the people who watch her taking her^tlipit l'eilarethat hircost nnieV ^out (^t sight.^^Eggs as Remedial Agents Kveryliouyewit'e iinilerstanils the^value of engs I'rDin a culinary at ami-^point, and often grieves that she can^^not get all 88M would like. How many^know the value of eggs in the various^disutilities to which human nature is^subject^ Here are ^oine of their B8BB^outside of good living: Forburns and scalds tlie white of^eggs laid over will exclude the air and^allay pain, being more soothing than^collodion, is softer and more cooling. Ifthe white of an egg is beaten with^a little sugar and swallowed it is effi^^cacious in bronchial affections. Forhoarseness beat the white of an^egg to a stiff consistency as for frost^^ing witli sugar, flavor with lemon^inice, pour the whole into a cup of^boiling water and drink before going^to bed. Fordysentery beat up an egg with^or without ...

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. — 16 July 1891

Cottnt Vol.VI U. No. 50. LEWISTOYYN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1891. Price10 Ota. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. $ev$\\*C^mmt\i -Argn* mun ntui bv^JOHN M. VBOOMAW, ! Editor * Proprietor. tnleiedit L^^i^to*ii PO as second ciassmattH TERMSOF SL'BSCBI ITION : (Ifpail) 111 aii^ail^e 1 Um^^r^r $3.00 n u I-**1 1bra* uullltii I-*** irmi ^ran hays i :u^ yearSUB 'IS lilOllttlM 2.0U Ji.!^^*^ i.,..iiiii- l.iai ADVERTISINGRATES: 1.ucb.uiMt Inaartioa 1.00 1 ^^ui.iutb 3.0U 1 '^ lis ^ ivuu 1 '* one war 'Jl.oo aaeialrate* given ^u large ^.u^* ^* au.i aaMeaaj aI RM I i-s-tiielit*. i^k-mI mNm ii Mali i^-' line. Msrlal^^lv*-rli*eiiienli i.ayalil*. ntrirllj in a*l- idill to mHIII, ROM KK. MaleMreitorv. i.,,vTnorJoseph K.Toole, Helena 11I H^T^rnrrrlolin K. KicLards, Unite Memberni ^'^tigress, T. if. Carter, Helena .SecretaryLouis Kut'A'itt, Helena TreasurerK. O. H iekman, Helena -xinlitorB. A. Ketiney, ...

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. — 16 July 1891

IFtrgueComttu Avune. LKWISTOWN,THTRSDAY, July l^,*M^OFFICIAL PAPEK OF FESOU8 COUNTY Pl'SI.IKHF.DWEEKLY by JOHNM. VHOOMAN,Editor ^ Proprietor. ThomasJrH't-rsun, John Admits, and^Hannilial HhimIiii dtod on the fourth^of July. SquirrelsanJ m^ikoppwfl air do-^in^ KreRt dnsjsnsjB, to tlie Washington^*\ hint i-ioji. MountVesuvius is in a state of erup^^tion. Next to Ignatius Donnelly, this^i-s the greatest spouter in the world. HaremHaly's colt, Montana, won^the rich l.nrillard prize of #17,^^^Kl on^the 7th inst. Montana colts are rout^^ing to the front this year. Accordingto the report of the super^^intendent of immigration 406,004 im^^migrants arrived in the country during^the fiscal year, as compared with S29,^^001 the previous year. Thecombined census bulletins for^the I'nited States show an apparent en^^rollment of pupils in the public schools^for 1880 of 9,988,000, and for 1890 of^12,928^)00, a gain of S8JN per cent. TheMontana wool clip is cleaner^and of better staple than for two ...

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. — 16 July 1891

JamesA. ShieldH Host, No. If of^l.ewiritown, meetn the lanl Tuea^(luv of MMk month, at ^_^ p. in. T.J. VMM^U 11 Ho^\n\, ( otiiinainli'i^Adj't. BUSINESSMENTION Largeasnorttuent of drugs arid^Iiiedii'llirB at ilangoh A i' . . paten LOCALHAPPENINGS. H.UTatBM i=^ wmm^M} a few day a id .tice ^^f st raved or stolrii else fiam Trout CIVt4 fr* GrMiBum ilntf lOT Hie HH\f of \V Head where. R.Von ToM ^^ rntildir* an addition t^iiia resident W H Bn i MJ ^ M^last r atur lB v. FtU l amb was^last Bftfl lll'lrt v. NoteThe t hnlitfe of^jiturt-s and gfcMftafJBi Ifut/h(ire^n HUB* laaCPOM Hie ran^** lant^E ttuida v htf (. K. Ii**nn^-M'h hriik ouildiiit; in ap^|^rou4 hint; ^-o in filet ion. J. .1. I ^:t v im, Hii|iei iuteiident of 1 ho *-tuge^line, Mar^ in town Tueaday. Alt:i nd off MMVp (Ol Nvfll in 1 he Ii . ^^ 11 ^ i t - ^ -^on tin- Mit'll l;tnt week. Headnotice of Km ir Ahh^^ ia t ion for Mi led^l-nIn for fciitf p^^Nth arid n m i In. KoitNTo Mr. und Ufa. T. M. Coiirh. on^Sunday. .Inly 12th, ^ daught...

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. — 16 July 1891

BUineat Bar Harbor. Y^ 11 muv tires* bini in a Wnrer.^With itn stri|ien of white anil retl^Killiiiiiiij up itn.I Jaw if- lntnUirt|te,^Put n nl|i u|n^ti his head.^Kig hia I^-^^t in russet slippers,^Start bim out upon u nutsli.^Hut vou'll never; no, you'll never,^Oet J mi Hla iiif into a sash ' WashingtonHost. FKOMHOT TO COLD ItW^i Sweating Weather, But Marcus Made^the Man Shiver. ChicagoHerald: Marcus Daly, the^tuli Miner and crafty politician of^Montana, stood in front of the Audi^^torium yester lay when the MMl'l rays^were hottest. Hewhs waiting for a carriage and^wishing for winter. ItMMd that if every aciinaintance^the l said somet hing to liim said some^^thing about the warm day. Tliiswas becoming tiresome. Presentlya fresh young man with a^salmon-colored suit and silver-headed^cane came out of the hotel. Henoticed the famous Montanian^t lying to cool himself with a handker^^chief. tioodmorning, Mr. Daly. Morning. Hot,isn.t it^ Whatsay^^ asked thepolitieian as^he almost looked t...

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. — 23 July 1891

Count treats A Vol.VIII. No. 51. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1891. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. ex-mt^t^cmutu ^.x-^tte ri'blivhkdweekly uy JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor A Proprietor. tntared at L^#^i^town PO as second tllss matter tkk.msof subscription: (Ifpaid iii advance.)^Una yrar - 13.00 Mauiuntbi i-5 ILlTt luOIilbn 1.1(11 AFT IK THIRTY HAYS: I^iir ^rmr^3.50 isuiontbs 'J.UU tl.lrr LuuUlhsI.Ml advertisingkates: 1 iit-b. uu^ iuserliuu l.Uu I ^'uiuutu S.OU i - six '^ .1^.0u I m uii^ Tear24.Ou ..|*^-ial ral*M girru uu . -landing^^ IvrrllM'liiflili l.uealm^tl^-*n 1.0 cents b*r line. Hiadvrrtiaeuisnta payable strictly in ad- .11i M lAli KOSTKR. StateUlrecturv. tiiivrrnorlosepli K. Tonle, Helena Ussat-q^ mi BinItihn K. Rickanl*, Bum- Memlter^i ^'oiisre**, T. ll.i'aricr. Helena KajajmiLonis Kotwilt, Helena TreasurerK. t^. H ickuian, Helena AmlilorK. A. Keiiney, Helena At...

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. — 23 July 1891

ev0x\9County ^rgue. LEWISTOWS.THURSDAY Tuly 23, OFFICIALPAPER OF FEBOUS COUNTY. PUBLISHEDWEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor ^ Proprietor. Hall.Mr. Colquitt, of Georgia, and^i Mr. Crisp, also of Georgia, made the^rincipal speeches. Mr. Crisp's speech^clearly demonstrated that neither the^Tammany Democrats nor the southern^Democrats had learned anything in^the past twenty-five years, although^the}- have forgotten a good deal.'' MaudS., queen of the trotting turf,^has heen bred to Ansel, the hundred^thousand dollar stallion. Montana'ssapphire field^ and mines^of precious gems may yet become as^valuable as her mines of Rold and sil^^ver. Ureal is Montana. 11mwheat crop of Russia will be^-hort BUjOOOyOOO bushels, anil the rye^crop deficient bjr MO,000,OOU. This in^^dicate* a large demand for American^Inemi-tutl'-. and good priOM t^ our^fanners. t'harlesWhite, a rancher in W ash^ington, recently went crazy over the^Henry CJemge single tax theory, ami^threatened to exterminate his entire^fami...

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. — 23 July 1891

JamexA. Shield* Post. No. IS of^Lewistown. meets the last Tues-^ilnv of eueli mouth, at 2 p m. T.J. Frost.^H. II. lOWWUL t'oiumaniliT.^Adjt. BUSINESSMENTION Largeassortment ol ilruxs ^^'^^^medicines ut HlMH ^V I'oneH'b. .:lteltt LOCALHAPPENINGS i-SlianeMM in from Juiiitli Moli-^lulu! at th* iI (1.1 \ r .( I^. .1. 11of ^ III la^^ia\^ last TomM^l)u^. freshrioloteiiu^rity meat marl.el. UaviiiHisjsraad -.lie n-Ue,i tiie e*Mt) aeuthint Saturday. AM fa. Lard and .1. W. I.er-.lie mmm in^fr.im MToHrrw^k r*miaj. MmtMsuiliiaii m i'ii'.^ mummmmlm^jurors,^lor the ne\t term ..fmurt. A.\V. Moddarrf wan in finm I t. MamuinM MOWtoj ^ii l^li'l liliniliei- l. 'I'. MM and wife were l.-ei: tereil at Ikal^ay Hi nine lant I 'ridav. Thecomity MMMImImM are in aea^-inn thin v^eel; a^ alioal d ^ if ei|u.ili/at i. .n . .1.M. Weldini of the Hast Kork, haa our^t hankn for ai|iiait of delieinuantrai* lift ries. BoknTo Mr ami Mil ^ haa. I^iIi of^Maiden, on July 17th, 1 H'.i 1, a daughter Win.Fergus mmm in Iowa la...

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. — 23 July 1891

WhenMary Climbed the Tree Onevery bough ripe cherries hung, Atevery breeie thev awayed and swung And Ma Ky Cliinheii The Tree. Tbefeeding robine rlew away AeMary climbed that summer day And Jack He Stopped T..See. Watchingthe feat with ^i|^en evee,^V. ,.thtri feet iu ^ild surprise Wbile Ma ky 'limbed The Trt-e. Andthmm bedr^w beneutlj the shade^Dl tbe rbern 'ree :iuJ rliaffa.l the maid, Who I'rieil^In Mis- K.r- V. tin'way,^ ahe snitl. and lield her gnwit;^Knt be eaid, ^I'll sti* f till vuu cume diiwii:^I'll^Xev-^Kr Leave, Vou Bet.'' Singbey. for the yokel who laughed in glee^At the weeping maid in tlis cberiy tree^Sbe's Sit-Ttaf Dp ThereVet. Xew York Sun. TexasWisdom Bacchushas drowned more men^than Neptune. Howto get a woman to keep a se^^cret^Give her chloroform. Manyact as if they believed the horn^of plenty was a glass of whiskey. Aman's income should never be^judged by the number of dogs he is^able to keep. Asailor is a lightning-change man.^In a twinkling he can turn into a ha...

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. — 30 July 1891

g*VQ%X91^o\\ntv ^trfiue nmm JOHNM. VROOMAN. XEII-VMY Editor^ Proprietor. [jlllliat L^^;^to*n POassecond class matter TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION : (Ifpaid in adrance.) Usejear ~ ix luontbs^^ 1brm uiontha-1 AKTKKTHIRTY HAYS iJtryear :il luontha Jlirfr uI l^- ADVERTISINGKATES i:i.00IM^l.uu -.Wl lm .iich.anciuMTtiun 1-00 I ^^uiunlh S.0U I ^^ aix ^^ la.ou I ^ ullr vrar Mas -|*rialrale* givrn uu large Hiiarr and ^landing^^4 ^^rti^*-uieul!i.^l^M-al hNM h cents |..r line,^fMrciai a.J ,,-rt i-.cim-u t . pa^al,lr -in. tl^ in ad-^^mm officialMm. stateDtrrctorv- t'.i,erii^irJoseph K. Toole, Helen:, Uld,^inveriiur....Joliii K. Kickard.i, Butte^IMMM ^I i.'oiisjress, T. H. ^'arler, Helena SecretaryLOWS Kotwitt, Helena TreasurerK. O. Hickman,Helena AuditorK A. Kenney, Helena Att'yOeneral,...Henri J. Ha.-kell, Hlendive ChiefJustice Supreme Court HenryN. Blake. Helena^AsssociaUe .lustices (E.N. Harwood^Supreme I'oiirtI W. H. KeWitl ClerkSup. Court, W. .1. Kennedy, Helena^Superintendent Public Instruction J...

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. — 30 July 1891

A. 4F*V0tteCEoimtjj -Artiite. LEWISTOWN,THURSDAY. July 30.'91 OFFICIALPAPEK OF FERGUS COUHTY MBLIHHKI) WEKK1.V ^Y JOHNM V ROOM ANEditor ^ Proprietor MajorMcKinley if gathering inspira^lion in the mountains of West Vir^ginia. When he enters the campaign^the Democracy will wish he had got^lost in their fastnesses. AnIndian with a self-binding liar^vesting machine is not now a particu^^larly odd sight on the reservation.^^Gazette. Itis more pleasing than to see them^operating a self-acting Winchester. Kngland,which has always been the^ally of the Democratic party, would^appoint a new holiday should McKinley^he defeated in Ohio. But the Xapo-^l^on of protection will give them cause^for mourning. Itis said Grover Cleveland in going^to Ohio to make several speeches in^behalf of Campbell. What a spectacle'^The worst enemy silver ever had mak^^ing speeches on a free silver platform '^Cleveland will be the hump on Camp^^bell's back. IfCampbell carries Ohio this year^there will not be enough ...

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. — 30 July 1891

JamesA. Shields Post. No. It ot^Lewintown, uteets the liint Tues^d:iv of HMk month, at '1 \^. in. T..1. nmm, li.H. Howman. t'oiiiiimiiih'r.^Adjt. BUSINESSMENTION Largeassortment of drugs au.l |.alent^medh 'mes at Hanson m Powell's. LOCALHAPPENINGS GrassKange^in from Living^fi.nu McI^oiiaht Kead^lltlw to ntockholders. Kea.lnotice of sal.-of Short-horn .attle. Ki-adnot ice of M. L. Woodman ^ auction E.K. lUsjMlH ^^^ ^' ,r'^^ **^ Uat Friday. K.\V. Clifford of Trout. reek, was in town^Friday. T.J. Frost IM in from^Tuesday. h^lle_\ l.usn.-ll Wrto ill Springslant wet-L. \V.H 1.urn..nt ^^'^LieeL lant rri^l^v. Thehailstorm on Sunday night did MM^.lamage to crops. Prt.iWey.lert has our thanks for a^iiuart of straw Ijei nes. FrankSage and L. M. Poland were down^Irom Mnideii Tuesday. Herlert Bluii. liaid wan over from Ft^Magiunis last Thursday. AlStough, of Uutiii.iue, was a Msitor at^the county seat last Saturday. J.S. Ashridge and several men ot ^ ruse's^round up were m town last week J.P. N...

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. — 30 July 1891

Educationand Business PittsburgDispatch: Now that the^colleges are turning graduates loo*e,^there is a lively discussion as to what^is to become ol young men who have^nothing but such education to recoin-^meiid them to the business world. A^New York paper has interviewed a^score or more ol business men on the^prospects of the college bred as com^^pared with men who had not college^advantages, but were compelled to^work early in life. As usual, the ma^^jority |ii'ei^rred the latter. This is an^annual 'nens -|.^-. imI in the east, but,^while the novelty was worn off several^MMtsons a:;o, it shows one good tiling:^the business men have gotten over the^idt-a that college education is alwaysa^handicap. Acouple of yt'ars ago dozens of good^business men who made their own for-^t 1111^^ were wont to declare that, a col-^leije educat ion spoiled young men for^business pursuits, and the claim was^Mt up that the man who never went^to college hail the advantage and was^more likely to beeonie a ...

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