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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 6 August 1891

jfccgu Count Vol.IX. No. 1. LEYVISTOAVX,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1891. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. evQix* (County ^vjjito ~^nu WEEKLY BY JOHNm. VROQMAN, : Editor k Proprietor. tnt.r.dat L.^;^t^mnPO^Ssecond class matter RUMOK SUBSCRIPTION :^llf paid in advance.) Itt.UU curyear n*uiuiitti^.^.^^ Ihre* uuullii I-U AIIEKIH1KI V BaVTB: i-u year 13..mj 1-1*UiOlllba. - evAn I1.1** u.uutLs sJO AD\KRT1SING KATES: l.,^tb. uiie ui*;rUou 1.0X) I ^'uiuulU Ml I^^ *u ^^ ^*-^* I ^* wile faar tii.UO Specialrales {iiru uu lartfe |.^if ^uJ :laudiut sal*rj I keaaaaBaa, batBj MOeaa 1 ^ eeul pel tine. lal^ Ui-m-ifiunii-1 L.avat.le siruily iu ed-^ai.i k orKM I AI. HUVi'kH. mbicMaw MT *-.v'erliorlor-eph K. 1 o.de, lielcli i l.ieul *. ^ * V el U'^llollll B. KielntnC, liutte MUuiaceof Pnnw. I. H.Carier. Helena .SecretaryLoola Kotwiu, Halaaa 4'ffMiNfR- H H ainan, Helena .klltlilofB. A. Keuii...

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. — 6 August 1891

ergtt0County Jlrgue. LEWISTOWN,THURSDAY, Aug C, '91 OFFICIALPAPEK OF FEBQUS COUNTY PUBLISHEDWEEKLY iv JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor l^ Proprietor. VOLUMENINE. Withthis issue the Argus enters^upon it- ninth volume, the tirst num^^ber making its appearance in Maiden,^on August 7th, 1883, under the name^ot the Mineral. Argts, with Fell ^fc^Vrooman editors and proprietors. At^that time Maiden was the leading town^of what is now Fergus county, then a^part of Meagher, wjiile I^ewistown was^even without a postoffice. Maiden^was a typical mining camp, and her^people, courageous, magnanimous, ami^flushed with the prospect of rapid de^^velopment of the mines and corres-^poadiaggrowth ^h the town, gave the^A SOUS generous support. but reverses,^which aie common to mining camps,^union una! ely visitrd Maiden, and^t heoi');aiii/at ion of the new county^and t he location of the county seat^at Lew i-t own, in ordMP to remit in in t he^county at all the publishers of the^Aroi1 found it necessary to make a^...

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. — 6 August 1891

JammA. Shielilx Pout. No. IS ol^LewiHtown. inetts the laot Tuea^day of each month, at 2 p. in. T.j. From-.^B. H. Bow\ian. Couiuiamler.^Adj't. BUSINESSMENTION Largeartrtortment ol (IrilgM Hint |^;itent^M^Wm at HariHon.v I'.iwi-M'h. Anythingthat yon m%$ need in house^^hold or store i;oods pnrrhase otC K. Kiili-^arda. un he is hound to sell :i.idi;.J west. . LOCALHAPPENINGS CotIipwwwi util Mt^iiilHy. Jtj Moraa ia ta horn Kt. Ma^inma Tit*-hi.gl.oli gciu.ri.ihmtemrmi li-^oir- ii. .h..M*-i - ^* Fair liTza llitlfl PliilliL^rt'^^g b^w ^li tap ^t S**rIittti* r iu^^-t in^HUBuOmtioii. Wull;llit COMMMCfd^new mMnMI liflt^ul MllwHIil f*^* I U.K. Heuiitrtt -3 n*-** bttiMtag in approut ||*^nig Li'iu|^letton. \Vait,-iA \V^t^^. Biudere, S175, at T. C^P^j^ei A Hr^^ m. ThvSpotted HofM null ^ ^ tlostd (Juwii^i^^r Uh present.^Mr. dii^i Hit r^ \l Wright in rapacted h'lUitrnext wfcl.. 11^i, OfNR und *.f^^ v. ei e ^^\ei from 1^ t^'^lut.i-...T M^wjJa^^1'. L. ^ ^lier was Itt.frOM Alpine first of theweek on bu...

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. — 6 August 1891

HowTin Plates are Made Followingis a summary of the More-^wood process of tinning plates now in^utte at the works of the I'nited .States^Iron and Tin PlateCompany, Limited,^at Demmler Station, Pa. I Th plates are rolled in the ordinary^manner into black sheets, eight of^these sheets being rolled at one time,^and after being sheared to size are^placed in the ^black pickle^ bath of^sulphuric acid, where all oxidation is^removed. They are placed in an an^^nealing furnace for 36 hours and are^next passed through the cold rolls, re^^ceiving a smoothly polished surface,^after which they are annealed again^and put into the ^white pickle,^ where^they are cleansed from any oxidation^and are ready for ths) tinning process.^The mode of putting on the coating of tinis a very simple one, and is begun^by Submerging the plates in a bath of^[dim oil until all the waterdisappears,^the oil forming a flux for the tin, the^hist coat of which is received in the^tin pot, t he plates next being dipped^int...

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. — 13 August 1891

Countil :-0 Vol.IX. No. 2. LEWISTOWX,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1891.^REPUBLICAN IN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAlT stock~AND~WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, Price10 Ota. ev$u*QTtmntu ^x-^ite 1-1UNI wkkk1.y by JOHNM. VROOMAN, : Editor A Proprietor. tnteredat Le^lito*n POas^cond clasi matter TERMSOK SC BSCRIPTION :^{If |^aid iu riMMl DMyear ~^,3 U0 Mamoiii li^^ 1.5*1 1life.- month*- ahkk i HM y DAVrt: i-u* year^ .13.51. :II lji^lltli^ ~ ^ W iens muuilts~ l.o^i ADVERTISINGRATES: tab, ^^uc .insertion l.W* 1 ^utuotb ^.0u 1 * bU ^ 1 '^ ^jitr vtrar24.0^ pt't-iitlralea ^iveli uu larg-e =|^a^ e ali.l ^taudin.^a-1 ^ ^ i ', ^ , '^l.mal Holier- 11 Mali POT line. BstosaiSBSaSaalS! uayahle -lii, lly iu ad OFFIIIAI. HOSI LH.^Malr Hire, lul l . laovarssor..he-eph K. Toole, Liaaft.^t,jv^*nior^John K. Blasters]^Minnla^r iilfoffni. T. tt.Oerier, tfwiielaljyLoaia Baatwtlt, Treasurerft.^). Hickman, An,1,1,r E. A. Kasaseajr, Ally Ueiieri^l,...lieiiri .1. H...

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. — 13 August 1891

rrgueCount*} Ax on*. LIWUTOWR,THCK8DAT, Amg. IS. *^1 OFFICIALPAPER OF FERGUS COTOTY. rt'SLISHEDWEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor ^ Proprietor. Thelatest news from Bar Harbor is^to the effect that Mr. Blaine is improv^^ing rapidly and has no use for medi^^cine. JoelB. Erhardt has resigned the po^^sition as collector of the port of New^York, and has been succeeded by J.^Sloat Fassett, of that state. TheDemocrats carried Kentucky by^2.0,000 majority. This news brings no^special j^iy to Democrats and no sur^^prise to Republicans. JerrySimpson has written to the^malingers of the third patty thai hr^will make no speeches in Ohio this^jmr. This is unfortunate for the K^^pllblicitll- . Illa double si-nil naM at Hamilton^Ontario, on the Bth inst., for the chain^pionship of the world. Haitian awl^O'Connor defeated GaodMf and McKay^by four boat lengths. Thepeople's parly, so-called, has put^a full sl:ite ticket in the field in Ohio.^The leaders are mostly sore-heads who^have failed to get what t...

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. — 13 August 1891

Jiif A. Shielilit IVwt. No. It of Letvintiiwn,met'tw the l^i*t Tuen-^Inv of each month, at 2 |^. in. T.J. Kko^i.^H. II. How m\n, C'oinmaniliT.^Adjt. BUSINESSMENTION ilruijHand [*owell'. patent LargeasMortment of nieUicineeat Hanson .V Anythingthat yon ni^^.y need in house^^hold or store ^ood^ purchase of ( . K. Poch^^ards, as he ia hound to sell a.id so west . LOCALHAPPENINGS .1.heat .lu.in**lluBfrte driven tt tilte MM^lint ijurii-h. WaitnA. Wood Wnm)im. 917ft, ^^T.c^i'.***-! A Hr.^'^. Irecool MINrMfcOT U^',^ tal* ttt l.OLlir* l.ttfltlt H. W.H. Huiv--^b ttn.l iMaUj 3|j*riJiiit^ a SixHut'l''v** IrMWlMR Tiimltrrt at M7^^^^M It, for mm !^^)^^ J^ J. Kjiif. Mr.K K. i^tit aVVSpSCtwl holm- with^tnc brftda h'mlav .*i' H at in ifaaj lint'lt-i Uine at .1 it t i an A H ^ ^ I m-iioui k'd.^Mft out |^i it-^r before \^ui buy. 1-Hti[,|ily ol t Imit't* i.iiMm- iu t iv H-unldl I I it lint*I) A l^*t ^* ell 'a. Kufa tlmik of frer*li t ool MNmMM Ini^ht **r go Ul 1-oiiia l.aitdt 'n plai t*. i.\V. ^ .Shut...

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. — 13 August 1891

ADear Oirl. Thegentle maid wan font! of treats, Oftreats tor which I paid;^She had a hungry tooth for sweeta, Athirst for leuiouade. Hereyes for ice cream oft would plead. AsI could plainly see;^She was the dearest girl, indeed. Thatever smiled on me. Why' MinneapolisTribune: (Young son^to his father while looking at a inonu^ment to Stonewall Jackson.) Whois that, father^ StonewallJackson, my son. Whowas he'' Agreat soldier, my boy. Whatdid he fight for, father^ Hefought the^that is^the enemies^of his country, my son. Didthey want to destroy the^country, father^ Well,no- that is^well, they wanted^to preserve the Tnion. ThisI moil, the union of the states,^fat her'' Yes,my child. Amididn't Stonewall.Iackson want,^to preserve the I'liion^ Not exactly, then^^^Why didn't he father^^^^Because well you see my boy, theseenemies were trying to abolish^or restrict slavery and well it wouldn't^do, you know. Anddid this great man want to^keep slavery in the country, father^ 'Why you see ^just ...

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. — 20 August 1891

\rol.IX. No. 8. ^nnt LEWISTOWX,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, AUGUST ^K 1891. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, ii-vnu ^*nmtu ^Vp^9 POLISHEDWEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN, : Editor k Proprietor. fnttred^t La-iatown PO as second classmatte. termsOF SUBSCRIPTIOH : (Ifpaid in sdTanre 1 Oneyear ~ $3.00 :Is months l.^i Jhree uontha.1 -0*t AFTK.kTHIRTY hAYB: ^o^ year$3.f*i bitmonth..2.OU it,re* uiuntnaI.fall ai^v nmn no rates 1 nch. line laaertionI.On I ^moDlh 3.0ii t ^^ sis ^^ IS.ft i ^ uue fear^34.(ai passea1rat *^-. gHeai oo large ij.a.-e Mad iiaud*oK ^rili 'Iti'iit- l.oealnotice* M ceiid per line,^penal a.tFertiseuieni., pa| aide -.tiirtl, in ad^Ml ..II ii IAI. KOSTtK. MateUlrrclurr. llOff^T loseph K Totals), Helena I,i ell I. Governorlolin K. Klckards, atalta Memberill i SMaJress, T. ll.i'aricr. Helena SecretaryLouis liolwitl, Helena TreasurerK. ^^. Hickman,Heleiia AminorE. A. Kenney, Helena ...

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. — 20 August 1891

II jfergue(County ,Arn^e. LEWISTOWN.THURSDAY, Aug. 20. 91^OFFICIAL PAPEK OF FEROUS COTOTT. PUBLISHFDWEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor a Proprietor. NewYork Republicans will hold^their state convention at Rochester on^Sept. 9th. manufactures,especially those of Great^Britain, and it is plainly evident that^this object has been attained.^ Of^course it was the Democratic press^that told them the ^act would eventu^^ally prove a misfortune to the United^States.'' Part of the above you will^observe is a demonstration, the bal^^ance a prophecy. JudgeCrawford, of Anna, 111., has^decided that a woman is a person.^The judge probably got his instructions^before he left home in the morning. Wehear ^^/ no woolgrower going out^of business on account of the McKinley^bill. On the other hand, a great many^are adding to their bands by purchase. Strongevidence hat been introduced^in the Davis will case to show that the^instrument was a forgery. It is thought^the case will go the jury in u week or^ten aa...

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. — 20 August 1891

JumeHA. thhUa 1'ont. No. It ol^I.ewiHtown. meetd the lact Tiien-^dnv df ^arli month, at 2 p. in. T.J. Kkomt.^H Bowman, Coiumamh r.^Adj't. BUSINESSMENTION l.nrgenitnnrt ini-nt ^^I ilruijtt ami pataat^im .lirinen at Hanson ,V I'nwell'h. Anythingthnt yon rrny need in I^^*- holdor store goods purchase of ^ . E. l.tcb-^ards. as he is hound to sell a,id go went. Bindertwine at .lutras ,V Hohensa.* s.^Get our price helore you b'i v. Freshsupply of rhoire candies just re-^Ulttj Hi Hanson ^ Powell's. WslteiA. Wo...I Binders, SIT.'. ^tT.C^Power A Bro s. LOCALHAPPENINGS IIsm.inntica n( mm*.^Kesd notice of rains for esle.^Mtmt noli' ^ s*le of ni*reo slid DM^1 hris.. Swan. e the i Uaa t.lw. k.-^iiiitli -^ as^in town ^esier.Jsy. MiQnutf ui Oft m Cm^^i ft. HmU ijirf,*8rt in town .Mondav- l.amBros are laying the ^toiie loaitda^tion for their new rtuililini: j.\V ^ shutter and V K. Meinll leu om^Friday s MMk tor ^jr^-nt Fallo. 1h ^ pentle v oice of Tola Moore ^ as h ^rJ^on the stie^t : .o,.Jm\ and M...

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. — 20 August 1891

TheHenpecked Man Thereis no place like home,^ he said with [asigh, Anda aad and weary air:^^Therein no place like home, and that's [justwhy^You so seldom find me there. Rothschildin Disguise Iwas the lion of the day once in^mv life,^ said Sam Davis last night as^he sat with Judge Beatty and a party^of friends at the Palace hotel. ^I was^on my way from Ogden to San Fran^^cisco in the days when the porter had^the run of the sleeping-cars and wehad^a lot of eastern tourists along. My berth^was near the rear and when the porter^reached me he was mad. The largest tiphe had received was h nickel and in^some cases lie had been given one and^two-cent pieces. I had paid him for^one night and when he approached inn^1 said: 'By t In- way, are \ on t he man who^blacked my hoot*''^^^ 'Yes, boss. 'That was a nice job and hert-is$:t^for yon.' Whenhe had passed on a Maine^man slipped over cautiously and^asked me confidentialy if that was the^usual tip. 'Tip'/' I exclaimed; 'No, sir, I was^simply pa...

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. — 27 August 1891

Vol.IX. No. 4. LEWISTOWX,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1891 Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH OOUH FRY. f-trtjtt*^cmttttf ^rtitto PUBLISUKIIwkiki.Y BY JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor ^ Proprietor. Enteredat Le^ittown POassecond claismattar TERMS09 SUBSCRIPTION: (Ifpaid in Batatas* i (mryear -~ 18.00 sniif t.- 1*50 ilirv*- iimiithfi '*W AFTKRTHIRT Y DAYS. Hueyear-13.50 Ml month*mi 2.00 ilil.-e Uluntb:. m 1.60 ADVERTISINGRATES: 1 i.eh. aSM hHMHtM 1.00 1 -luuulh 3.00 I ^^ all ^^ 15.00 1 ^ uiie vear -.'M.WI .|i**^-ial ralfi given uu large spare an^l-.Int.-ling^a i it-rtinelueuta. Laa-alnut it en 1:^ renti per Una. heartenadvertiAenniiia payable Mrirtly in ad. ^IIH I V I. KIKTKK. staleUlrrrlurr. linviTiiiirJoseph K. Toole*. Unit.Uajrf WOC...,tmhm K. Kickard^Mfiiiber afUNgMft T. H.i'arler, ScretaryLouis Kolwilt, TreasurerK. O. Hickman, Ail.lilorK. A. Kenney, Alt'sOmmbI,~Henri J. Haskell. ( ' h iel ...

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. — 27 August 1891

4ermt^ (Tomttu Ai-tiito. I.KWISTOWN,THURSDAY,Aug. 27. '.'1 OFFICIALPAPEK OF FERGUS COUNTY. itbi.i*hi:JOHN M. VROOMAN. wekklybv Editor^ Proprietor. HolyCoats'' .ire becoming more^numerous tli.-m Hies in boarding lnni^^^-oup. Every ilime museum will lmve^one soon. SI.Louis was shaken up by SB earth^^quake one night last week. Tlii- is^one ttiiug that will nut arouse the ^^uvy^of Chicago. Sam.lone, .says all the ilevil- of hell^eannot top Man from talking. Tln-y^won't tiy. They know Sam i th^- hest^recruiting ullicer they have. Mrs. Lease ^.f Kansas, announces^that all men who want to join her party^will he reeeivetl w ith open arms. Small^wumh-r that the BMSSSSOBS SI* mini^erouH. Boston Herald. JoeToole, after a tarsiVs dsjra drank^ended his life by ilrowning. Don'l be^-tartleil. It MM not worthy gov^^ernor, but a man who kept a mud^hou-e near the llioadwater hotel. Kx-l'resitlentt'levelaud is still stop^^ping at ihi/zaril'.- bay. It look^ now^as though he would be left entirely to 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. — 27 August 1891

.1..! A. Shielilx Poet. No. 11' ^! l.ewiHtowii,inertn the lii^t Tiu-s-^day of each month, at 2 p. in. T.j. Frost,^B. H. Bowman. CommuTuliT^Adjt. BUSINESSMENTION Largefir.ni.rt men t of drug* anil patent^uieilii int-H at HmMl 1'oweH'n. Mivthiii|{that you may need in kMM^^hole! or Htore goods purrhane oft'. K. Rich-^urds. ah he in hound to sell and go west. Mwtattwine at JtTMm DliBtaaarfc'a.^i;^-r mil price before you I,u^. Krewlinupply of ihoice candien just re^^ceived at llMM Ji f'.iweH's. WalletA. Wood h.ndera, 51 75, at T. C Fu ei a Bra's, LOCALHAPl-ENINGS. .-hind opens Monday ne\t. liaile.v I'larv ^a^ in town Tuesday UtuiaiW. 8^nw ^ is up from I In .lu ditiiMlay. W.I^. Jii'iit.ui was iu from tin- Ifofaaalia*^liar lanch 'I'ui-rMlay. I'i-Ii-iWcwli-it left for Helena last Jr'o 111 r-^d^ J to tit tend t he fair. *laielne tjooih-ll of I'hillirook. vaj .it^tin- county seat yer-terday. KuyeiieTow n^t'lid and da unlit *-i'. ^f I i^-er^cit-i-k, were in town yesterday. Mr.and Mrs. Harry Ke...

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. — 27 August 1891

ADifferent Flower. Iused to rail my love a rose.^For (air as a rose was she.^That freeh and sweet in the June time [blows, Andher smiles were all for me. Butshe wedded another, this maiden gay, Awealthy man. but old.^And I do not call her a rose to-day Icall her a marigold. CongressmanMason's Story NewYork Sun: Congressman Ma^^son, of Illinois, told a story the other^day of a somewhat remarkable expe^^rience he had not long ago on a one-^horse railroad in the West. Therewan only one passenger car,^^he said, ^and it was full. So was the^conductor. At all events I thought so^from the way he addressed me con^^cerning a valise by my side. 'Take that thing into the baggage^car,' he remarked very peremptorily. Ilooked at him somewhat sur^^prised, and without making any re^^sponse. 'Do you hear what I say^'he de^^manded. 'Yes,I do,' I answered. Hewent away to collect some tick^^ets. When he came back about ten^minutes later he looked angry. ^'Ithought I told you to take that^\ uli.se into ...

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. — 3 September 1891

Vol.IX. Xo. 5. LEWISTOWX,FERGUS COUNTY, MOXT., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1891. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. ^^vguoCounty, ^rgwa ptBLHBEDweekly BY JOHNM. VROOMAN. : Editor a Proprietor. Enteredat Le^ittown P O as second class matter termsof subscription : (Ifpaid iii adTance.)^OM year - ss.00 Htuulitbn 1-fiO JhriN- luonlbH 1.0(1 AFTfcKTHIRTY HAYS: OneyearHI.60 .ii month*mm *J.o0 IIMM month-. 1 ^i adv nrren no rates : 1.i.^ li. MM iii^-nlou 1-00 I ^^loontl .1.00 I^^ .it ^^ ^.. 15.00 j.ti..- v.-Mi 'J4.UO tMtWMa1rati* ylT*-ii ud largi* MM and ^landing ii1 v. rli-rf-uienla. i.N il mMm U mmM pee line.^-(..-.: il adverti**iuenl^ |^ayal^le Mrii-tly in ad-^v unit OFFICIALROSTER.^MMi Ulrrclary. ^uveriiorluscjih K. Teele, Helena l.ieut.QtmiW ^ John E. Hifkards, jJiiiit'^MmmM ^f Congress, T. H. Carter. Helena^BaefatatJTLoaia Botwitt, Helena TreasurerK. 0. Hickman,Helena A11^iitorK. A. Kenney, Hel...

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. — 3 September 1891

4erflite (Comity Arnite. LKW'lsToWN,THUR8DAY, Sep. S, '.tl OFFICIALPAPEK OF FEROUS COUNTY rlHI l-HMi WfcF.KLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor ^ Proprietor. ChaunceyM. Depew My* that 6,000^babies have been puwd after him.^And still Chauncey i^ ambitious to be^president of the I'nited Stati-. Ohioprohibitionist* have adopted^the rose as the party etnt^leni. The^ualer lity would have been more ap^^propriate. Red rose rhymes with red^nose. iti~ e-timabd that the farmers'^profits this year will exceed by Sfl.'Mi,-^000,000 those of any rt-rent year. It^will prove a poor year for the calamity^and alliance parties. wouldhave to take up with Mr. Cleve^^land, who i.s one of the strongest oppo-^mk the white metal has ever had.^Mr. Cleveland wanted the coinage of^silver slopped when the government^was. coining only $2,000,000 per month,^and would probably have demonitized^it altogether if he could have had his^way. Under the present Republican^administration, however, S^/jOO.OOO is^being coined monthl...

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. — 3 September 1891

Jiimi-sA. Shielilis Post. No. Ill of^I.ewintown, nieetH the Inst Tut'H-^d^v of i-aoh mouth, ut 2 p. in. T.J. nam, B.H. Bowman. I oniniainli r.^Ad) t. LOCALHAPPENINGS Headnotice of lont anil ri-^anl in another^column. Quarterlymeetins of the M. F. . hurch^ne\t Sunday. Youcan Hhoot deer and antelope after^the 1 .^^th inf^t. Theaurora borealix gave a fine wWM-^DM last Friday ni|jlit. BillBuchanan was in from *N'Tlh^Mon axin hint Saturday. roiintyCmmmmmmm mm! ^^ ie^uiar quarterlyMMMa nrxi MX^!^. Mrs.Agrin. Straw ^:.h at Hm rounty neat^hint Saturday aMBMaj proof on M TeaMaMMMM ^an in town Monday. Ha^HMWHj returuid llom a tup to Hel.-lia Briiklasern have ina.le ipiite a atart on^t he MMMJpl MMJ of \\ . W. iM-Witt'M I.nil.I-^ing. J.T. Bvaaa' ^tm-k of goods Milled from Bentonla-t TMWMjr, and lie HI mom r. i.ly^for iMiaiueaa. Flunk WmNM, r'.. k. Kit/gerald and harley LaHelle MM in low* \l..n,ln\ M^MM] linoineHM. Headnotiee of sale of li..ise- gathered r^y^the eat ray agent. Sale tukiw place ...

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. — 3 September 1891

HerReason Oulya kiiM did I beg ot her, Onelittle kin* of love;^Something to help mc hour the pain^Ot parting MW M meet again,^Whilo down o'er the waving tkld^ of grain SoftAMI the star* ahove. FaiavtbbNAM the beautiful lids aQwak!for J must away.^'^Tho' I love you, darling, the truth must [bekuowu.^Mv tiny kisses are all full grown;^And a little kin.-, don't ask, I pray.^For it happens my mouth isn't built [thatwuy. MENWITH TAILS PrehistoricSkeletons with Caudal Append^^ages Found in Mexico. Adiscovery which will undoubtedly^prove of immense interest to the eth^^nologists has been made at a little^hamlet of Sinaloa, Mexico, within the^past few days, while breaking ground^lor a large coffee plantation which is^being established by an Knglish syndi^^cate. The find consists of thousands^of skeletons, aitaMr of large apes or^prehistoric human beings of a \ery^low ordat*. Ifthe remain* .uv of apes, they were^of gigantii- size, and of a variety no^longer evtant, while, if they are of^men,...

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