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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 15 October 1891

iergn Vol.IX. No. 11. LEWISTOWX,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1891. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, X-crtJtte(ComtUt ^rgtt* rt'BLlHUD WEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor a Proprietor. Entered^t Le^isto*n POas second classmatter TERMSOF UMilIf riOH :^(If paid in advance.) Oneyear ^^ SS.OO Sixmonth*- 1.50 j'lireeuiuntbaH 1.00 AFTKKTHIRTY DAYS: (ne year$3.50 Sixmonths^-,,, 2.00 rnreemonths 1.40 ADVERTISING RATES : 1 i i ii. one ioaertlon^ 1.00 1 '*monthm3.00 1 ^^ alx ^^ 16.00 1 ^' one rear _ _24.Oo sjassrjslrates given on large ^pace and standing^a 1 vertisenienta. Jo* al notice* 15 cents per line. r-poriMladvertisements payable strictly in ad^* unci OFFICIALroster. NatJDirectory. tuivcrnorJoseph K. Toole, Helenn Lieut,tiovernor....John K. Rickards, Jiutti'^JJ -mber i^t ('otijjress, W. \V. Dixon, ifuttt fLcretaryI.ouia Hotwitt, Helena '.i'rea.nirerit. O. Hickman,Helena AuditorE...

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. — 15 October 1891

tv0x\9^outtttf Jlrgue. LKW18TOWS,THURSDAY, Oct. 15. 91 OFFICIALPAFEK OF FERGUS COT/WTY. prauaHEDvceilv by^JOHN M. VROOMAN.Editor ft Proprietor. Itis now stated that the Anaconda^smelter will start up at an early date. Itis intimated that the preliminary^examination of the Penrose suspects^will cost Silver Bow county #20,00U. TheDemocratic press is having^Blaine sick again. He may make the^whole Democratic party sick before^many moons. Thecollege towns of Ohio are all for^McKinley. The students evidently do^not study political economy from M^English standpoint. Ohio'sfair daughters attend McKin^^ley'* meetings wearing suspended from^their shoulders cut-loaf sugar cubes^artistically tied in red, white and blue^ribbons, with Mckinley's name at^^tached. The dear girls know that^cheap sugar means more ice cream. Tammanyhas made George William^Curtis tired, and he again enrolls his^name in the Republican column. He^says: ^I whall vote the Republican^ticket this fall. In politics I regard^...

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. — 15 October 1891

iMMA. Phirlil^ Pout. No. T.i ^.l^Lewiittown, nieet^ the last Tiles-^dnv of Mtefc month, at 2 |^. t u. T.J. Fkoht,^It. II. BoWMAIi Commander.^Adj't. CHURCHDIRECTORY PRFiBYTFRIAN(III Kill f.KWisTOUNKvgular NVrtoai arc h^M ^ii 11 *^so oml and fourth Sundays of each month^l.ath -. 11.... 1 every Sunday at tM V- '^^ I'rayi-r^meeting Thursday evenings at '. :.^^. ritllbRO'^K^Serviees on the first and third^Sundays of each m.nth. with Sunday nfaM u l.n^uiorniug M^rvlce._ . ;eo.MMM TMmm METHODISTCHTRI H. I'llnI'R'xiK.^Monthly appointments^l^t Sun-^ud ii ud day.I'bel, at 11 a. ni.; L'd and lib Sundays, Phil^hrook. at 11a. ni. and * p. lu.; 'Jd Sunday. I tica^at ' p. in , '--t suinlay Iluhuque, at II .i^lletln-1 ^ lia|^el. at I f in^pastor'- raaidama. i'hilbrook- It.M. ^ raven. Pastor BUSINESSMENTION. Letterlieada, liill IhmiIh. not^^ heailn, en-^velopeM, tngn, plMCirfls. and i^ ^^^^* R^^kiiidi* of commercial pi int ins. execiiti-il at^thin office in the highirt mtj-le of tlie art.^.Send in y...

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. — 15 October 1891

THEWORLD 8 GOLD TheBullion Depotlti cf Europe - England^Standi the Lowett in the Litt. TheBank of England, which is the^greatest depository of bullion in the^realm, holds at ordinary times in its^vaults SI25,000,000. TneBank of Germany holds $200,-^000,000 of bullion in gold and silver. TheBank of France usually holds^1475,000,000. TheUnited States holds in the^treasury and in the various national^banks somewhere about $700,000,000^in gold and silver. Theincreasing wealth of the various^nations is somewhat remarkable^During the last ten years the Bank of^France has more than doubled its re^^serves. The Bank of Germany in 1881^held about $140,000,000; in 1889 it^held $1 80,000,000. InJune, 187M, the amount of gold^coin and bullion in the United States^treasury was only $75,000,000; in^1 889 it had risen to over $800,000,^000. In the various national banks^it stood at $:i,000,000; it has risen to^,*mi,i(00,000. In silver there is a still^more remarkable increase. Itwill be observed th...

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. — 22 October 1891

ounto Vol.IX. No. 12. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1891. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, Illgi ^^^ WEEKLY BY JOHNM VROOMAN. : Editor * P^Priet0f- Ml11 ^t Le^i.to*n PO..second clsssmatter^TEKMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : (Ifpaid in adrance.) OMrear ^ 00 1v) -ixmonth*^^** ]hret- month*^ AHKK THiKTY PAYS :^One ye.r^^ fix1.101,1 In^^^^ tlmmmonth*^l ao ADVERTISINGRATES: 1Oil 1mclLum innertion^^*-w 1 ^^month^ *^ 1 ^^ rt^ ^ ^ 1 ^^ our rear ^-4-0 SMetal rate^ given M Urge npiu-e mxl -ttiili'ling^a IvtrtiMflnenls.^j.ot al aetl^ ^^*^ I.'i rent-* i*t line. .-|vial ;i.lv^'rli-,eiiiellti payable strji-tly in ^^1- OKrK I II, KUVI t^.^Slalr Ulrriluri. loaapli K. Toole, Helena ,-rnorlolni B. Rlckards, Unite OrafNH,W. W. Dixon, Untie Louis Holnitt, Helena 1{. O. HiekniHii,Helena K. A. Kenney, Helena Ait y lieneral,...Henri .1. Haskell, (.len.live ' It iel.l ti^t ice .Supreme Court rien...

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. — 22 October 1891

4^rm^ft ^rntntu Av^ue. LIWOTOWI,THURSDAY. Oct. 22.'91^OFFICIAL PAPEK OF FER0U8 COT/HTY. Pr.LUHF.DWEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor ^ Proprietor. Jame Parton, the well known^author, died at Xewburyport, Mass.,^on the 17th inst. CalBrice's Cobden club-swingeis^were in Salt I.ake City last week. They^will Und more adherents among the^Mormons than anywhere else. .leffersoniansimplicity is not exem^^plified in Roswell P. Flower, the Dem^^ocratic candidate for governor of New^York. He is a wealthy nabob who^hikes pride in a coat of arms. J.Sloat Fassett is making a gallant^fight for the governorship of New York^against the Tammany gang. He may^not win, but he will give the party the^greatest scare it has had for many^years. (iovernorCampbell frequently dis^^cards his coat while speaking. He re^^alizes that be has undertaken a bard^job. It will be necessary to strip to^the waist on the home stretch; then he^will get left by several lengths. Whathas become of the Judith^Woolgrowers' associati...

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. — 22 October 1891

JamesA. Shields Pout. No. l'.t of^I_ewintown, meet^ the laft Tues-^l:iv of e;u-h month, at 2 p. in. T.J. Frost.^B. H. liowMAN, C'omuiuutler.^Adjt. CHURCH DIRECTORY. PRESBYTEKI^ N (hi Rill. I.F.WISTUWMRegular NnfW arc I'eld ^ii i lie^second and full rtti Sundays of each month,^loth school every Sunday at }^^ in. I'rayer^meeting Thursdsv evening* al 7::fu. Phii.brook^Serviced un the lirM and Hum^Sundays of each uunlh. with Sunday school l^mm^luorning *erTice. i;ko.Euwari^. raMor. methodistchiri h. Hhii.rrook.Monthly appointment*- 1*1 --tin-^day. I.'het, at 11 a. ui.; m and 4lh Sunday-. I'lui^hrook, at II a. tu. and n p. ui.; 'Jd Sunday, 1 Ilea,^at 3 p. in ; .'^1 Sunday. I^uhu^iue. at ii a. iu , and^rW-lliel i liapel, al h. in. 1'aMor'hresidence, l'liill^r^**-^r- kM. ^ RA\ EN. Pastor BUSINESSMENTION Letterfiends, hill lie.nl.-.. not I heml*. i ii-^vilopeB, ta^s, tjlucmil.i, and in fact all^kinds of commercial printing, executed at^thin oftii-e in tlie liiirhint style of th.- :irt.^Sien...

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. — 22 October 1891

CampaignSong Far Ohio. bytin TIO. [TuDe:^Betty McGee Mclrsiw.^] There'sa little retrain that's in the air, BtagBilly McKinley, O!^It ^ over the country everywhere, SingBilly McKinley, O!^When your old rooster waltea up. oh, oh!^Our Eagle will snatch him as bald as a crow.-^Kor there's nobodv in it in Ohio ButBilly McKinley, O. Ourtoboggan slide wan lined with tin ByBilly McKinley, O.^And the Campbell-backs find it as slick as sin. O,Billy McKinley, ^).^And as down the slide they swiftly spin^They i .*^,^^ an awfully dismal din^And how l nh they lose a chunk of skin DuraBilly McKinlsy, O. Tbatariff liars are on tha skip Sing,Billy McKinley. O.^Their free trade yarns have been too flip, .Sing,Billy McKinley. O.^For Billy McKinlay has got a grip^As tight as wax on the governorship,^And he'll hold the helm of the Buckeve ship, Sing.Billy McKinley, O. W-II put your free-trade kid to sleep, Sing,Billy McKinley, 0.^^,.-.% York's* stuffud prophet may howl and weep. Sing.Billy M. Kiuley, ^^....

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. — 29 October 1891

Countil /* t 77muse tsytu-/-d Vol.IX. No. 13. LEWISTOWK,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1891. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, c\*iiu^(Comttu ^r^ito Fl'ILUHEDWEEKLY bV JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor ^ Proprietor. Enteredat Le^i$town PO assecond class matter TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION :^(If paid in alliance.) limeyear~ MOO Mxuionlha^^ 1.5U 1i. ^ iu^^ntii^1 .Ud AFTKKTHIRTY DAY I : 'ne year$3.50 Mawontba 2.00 I'lireemonth* 1.50 ADVERTISING RATES ; 1IM li. one iuaertion 1.00 1 ^^month ;i.0u 1 ^^ ail ^ l.VUi 1one Tear _ _MM [*'iialrate* Riven on Urge ipace and atanding^a-Hertiwiuents. i.m hI Betjeaa U sssjsti per line. epaatolaAasaaiasSBSSsSs payable strictly in ad- i'n at OFFICIALROSTER. StateDirectory. ioTernorJoseph K. Tonic. H. Ii-t.u LlasM,Oswaraof^loim B. Blefcawda, Butte^M mber IN rongress, \\ . W. Dixon, Butte SecretaryLouis Knlwiit, Helena treasurerli. O. HHBkman,Helena xuJilorK. A. K...

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. — 29 October 1891

4eru^e County ^rnit^. LKWI8T0WN,THURSDAY. Oct. 29. '91^OFFICIAL PAPEK OF FEB0U8 COUHTY. PUBLISHEDWEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN,Editor ^ Proprietor. SecretaryBlaine has arrived in^Washington, and is ready for business.^There is lots of good leather in the old^man yet. Sunolhas lowered the record made^l.y Maud .S. hy half a second. Two-^eight-aiul-one-quarler may stand for^several years, but it will he lowered. GalBrice says he is goinu to rougn^the chairmanship of the Democratic^national committee after the nomina^^tion of presidential candidates. Mr.^Brice has evidently become w^ary of^chasing rainbows, and is willing to give^some one else a chance. I'ncleSam is going to demand repa^ration from the Chilian government^for the murder of an American sailer^recently. The president is quoted as^saying to Secretary Tracy: ^I mean^to have no more of this business from^any Nation, and the demand upon Chili^:.iust he peremptory.^ Chili must not^^Maker with a bu/.z-saw. Theesteemed editor of the G...

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. — 29 October 1891

.TamefiA. ShieMfi Pout. No. 19 of^I.ewiHtown. meet* tho lift Turn-^ilay of each month, tit -j p. tn. T.J. nOR,^R. H. Bowman. Couininmler.^Adjt. CHURCHDIRECTORY. PRESBYTERIAN^ H! K^ II. I.KWISTOWSKtgiilsr Mrviii^ sr.- In-Wl ^n the^...id anil fourth Siin,lav^ ^I I^**^l.atli M boul eTerv Sunday at tM p^ ^^^ 1 ^.ver^meeting Thursday evenings at '^:^*^ IMlILHKOOk^ Service* un the nrsl ^i1^^Sunday, uf each munth. with Sunday ^^ l.ool ^f-.re^morning ^rrioe.^ Ki waki-. V.Mor. methodistCmH ^ day.I l*t. at 11 a. lu.; ft and Ml Sunday.. Ih. I-^l,ru..k. at 11a. m. and I p. in.;^at I p. a*.; :s.| Sunday, liuhuque. at 11 a. nr. and^Hethel Chaps*, at 3 p. in.^l'a-tor'^ laaMsae*. riiillirimk.^ . r.m. CUICsi I'aMur LOCALHAPPENINGS. K ||. M.-s.-ni.'. i ^^^^^- ^v^T troni Alpine Suiulitvlast. It i| ' Um^*^*^^* ln townTh*-hiIhv. Freightteam* :ir^ coining in thick and^lant Mmm ilavn. .1.P. Huntoon, ot I'tica, wan in town^first ot the week. ONMkWtMBsjsssstaesj, ot Maiden wag^in town Monday. WilliamSewton ...

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. — 29 October 1891

AProfitless Life. Themiser through his life's brief day.^Hut little knows of joy or mirth. Andfoolishly throws heaven away.^To get the earth. Hiscup of life is filled with gall. Hehoards until his eyes are dim.^And doesn't get the earth at all Theearth gets him. Housekeeper's Weekly. INDUSTRIALNOTES Mainehas a floating jewelry shop.^Virginia City has a teacher's union.^Railway burs are electrically welded,^(ierniany has 0,000,000 acres of forest. (irnncl l{.i[iids will make paper matches. Texascolored cotton pickers have a^union. Chicagowill adopt double-decked^cilde cars. Ktiglundsuggests an international^fight hour day. MaineBaptists want Sunday trains^prohibited. Tacomaexhibits a 10,000 pound^piece of coal. AConnecticut blast displaced 8.000^tons of rock. Rainshave delayed Dakota thresh^^ing a month. Francewill buy $40,000,000 worth^of our wheat. ABoston Stock Exchange seat sold^for S20.000. CncleSam's negroes have $264,000,-^000 in property. NewYork unions have formed a^Ballot R...

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. — 5 November 1891

gtv+nmiCoxxxxtv ^.vvxxo FtBL1*HEI^ WEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor ^ Proprietor. Ente-edat Le^risto^n POassecond classmatter TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION : (Ifpaid iu adrance.)^One j^ar _ $8.00 Sia month* 1.50 ItaaajaaJtl_| .00 AFTKKTHIKTY DAYS: ^nr year$3.50 Mxmonth*^.,, 2.00 Jhrw months 1,50 ADVERTISING RATES : 1inch, one ina^rtioD i.qo 1muDth.. 3,00 1 '^ aix ^^ 15.00 1 ^ one Year- _ _'J4.00 .-[^^! tal rate* giveu on large npace aud atamlin*-^a-j rt-rtiaetuenta.^j.ot-a) notire^ 1 ad irents per line, BytaMadvertisements payable strictly in *nct OFFICIALROSTCK. MateUirrctory. tiovernorJoseph K. Toole, Helena I.ieut. iioYLriior....Jolin K. Rlckarda,Bnttt^Miuberol Congress, W. W. JMsot*. Jtattc SecretaryLouis JCotwilt, Helena TreasurerJ{. O. Hickiiiun,Helena AuditorB. A. Kenney, Helena Att'yUenaral,...Henri J. Haskell, lileii.iive^I'hielJtistice Supreme Court Henryaf. Blake, Helena^Asesociate .lustit.es J K..\. Harwood^.Supreme CourtI W. H. iteWitt ClerkSup. Court, \V. J. Kennedy, Helena^S up...

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. — 5 November 1891

_Cerne \r 0\x\\\\% -Arnite. LKWI8TOWX,THURSDAY. Nov. 5. 01 OFFICIALPAFEH OF FERGUS COUNTY. rCBLISHEDWEEKLY ^Y JOHNM. VROOMAN. Editor ^ Proprietor. MajorMaginnis wan making speeches^for Boies down in Iowa. Boies must^have been sick when he sent for Ma-^ginnis. There was some hope for bim^before the major went to his assist^^ance. An'Tilde Tom's Cabin^ company,^with a sweet ^little Eva,^ has been ex-^exhibiting in the railroad towns. The^troupe is almost as entertaining as Cal^Brice's combination of Cobden club^swingers. AChicago divine has definitely lo^^cated hell. It is fifty-two miles below^the earth's surface. No one can cross^the Chicago river without coming to^the conclusion that it is still nearer the^crust than the divine's figures. Theearthquake in Japan was far^more serious than first reported. Fully^three thousand persons were killed and^eighteen thousand houses destroyed in^the province of Nagozo alone. Will^the earthquake please confine its at^^tention to Japan reputatio...

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. — 5 November 1891

JnmesA. BhMia Pout. Xo. IH ^^'.^I.owmtown, iiiwtn the Inst Tues^^day of i'iioli month, ut 2 p. in. T.J. Krokt.^B. H. linwM.VN. (.'onillialHli r.^Adj't. CHURCHDIRECTORY PRESBYTERIANf HI RCH.^I.KWITOWN^lingular services an- held on I'^'^nei'omt and fourth Sunday* of earti ni^iilh Min^^imi ta school every bunday at!^ ^^^ I'rayer^meeting. Thursday evenings at ~:M^. tinbrook ^ Services on the tirst ami ii.na^Sundays of each month, with Sunday school before^morning serv.ce.^ MHH Pfctor MKTHODISTCHURC H. I'lilLBRooK^Monthly appointments^1st fc***^dav. I bat, al 11 a m.; -d and 4th Sundays. Plol-^brook. at 11a. ni. and ^ p. in.; 2d Sunday. i l^ ft.^at :i p. in.; ^'-I Sunday, Uuhuque, at 11 a m ^'^^^bethel l'ha|iel. al .1 p.'m. I'a-tor- residence. Philbrook. K.M. ^ ka\ EN l^a^lor LOCALHAPPENINGS. Satnnlu .lost'phMoser. Woolgrower of Halbert.^lias just finished building n very nice hoime^M hin rnnoli, and the neighlx.^ are \^^-n-^derint; who is to he the joint occupttiit, at^it i^ boo gmml fo...

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. — 5 November 1891

ParallelCases Thesehi the melancholy clays^When down the leaves do drop. Andtrees begin to show their limbs^Just as the bathers atop. Chicago Times. ACool Husband LastNovember a Missouri man went^to Mexico on a three months' trip. In^January he was reported to have been^killed, but he was only a prisoner to^brigands. Hereturned Monday to find that^his wife had turned over a new leaf in^the marriage service and that another^man occupied his seat in the chimney corner. Didhe go to work to slaughter the^false wife and new husband^ Not^much, says the Savannah News. He^walked in and said: Well,old gal, how is things^ Puttygood, Bill,^ said the double-^married woman, not taken back^greatly. 'Whichdo you prefer, the old or the^new love^ Shehesitated for an instant and^then said: Idon't like to hurt your feelings^^but^but Oh,spit it out! Don't mind my^feelings or the other chap's. I won't^be angry if you come down a little^rough on my vanity. Count on me^being amiable. I won't cut up rusty^...

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. — 12 November 1891

Jergu Vol.IX. N ^. 15. LEWISTOWs, FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1891. Price10 Cts. gevtt* K^ou%*tv ^v0tf republicanin politics, and devoted to THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STpCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, IMHl.I-HKI. WKKKI.V BY JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor ^ Proprietor. nte-ed at Le^i^to*n POassecond classrr alter TKUMSOff BUBBCBIFTIOS : (If|^aid in uUvam t.) OMyear $^.W i*months 1.50 Ihrtt- luoiitlm., l.(j.t AFTKHTHIRTY 1^AY^: M year*:t\50 Matm on :1mMJtt I'Jirtfuiout li^ ADVUnONIRATES: 1 i h. one insertion 1.0c 1 ^mouth,^wmm ^ ^t* ^ a ^-Tr 1 ^^ one vesr ,.,.a!rate* a; i von on large ^|^are ami .^,tan^iiii.{^^ ^il ifteuicnta. miiolli-e.i l.'i renin |,.-r line,^pastal riMHMM |.ayal,k. Mriillv in ad- umtlAL KIIM KK.^*lal^ Oin-i-loi ^'. WTii.irJo-tpi. K. loile, Ualeeja .i-uji.iJ.iy ru .r....J...i.. t Kii:^urii.-. ii.iu, .VIrnmmrm Cmmenmm, \\. ^\. j^,x Ifiiu '^ ^ kMM Kwtwut, rlslaie e*ate*^': I ^*rlil ' t 1 Kssmiej . ut ici.ii V satse i, ^ il iir. 4, iIi^.M, ...

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. — 12 November 1891

ergu^Cmmtu Arnue. LEW1STOWX,THURSDAY, Nov. 12, 91^OFFICIAL PAPEK OF FERGUS COUWTY. Pl'BLISHKIiWEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor a Proprietor. THEELECTIONS Asanticipated, the Republicans take^most of the honors in the election nelrl^on the 3rd inst. The battle in Ohio^was fought on purely national issues^and resulted in a glorious victory for^the Republican party. Major Mc-^Kinley, the author of the tariff bill, is^endorsed by t he farmers, woolgrowers^and laboring men of theBuckeyestate.^Such distinguished free traders as^Mills ot Texas and Crisp of Georgia,^were sent to Ohio to preach the doc^trine of free trade and low wages. It^was declared the battle ground by^which to gauge the result a year^hence. The grwit protectionist and^gallant son of Ohio accepted the issue^and conducted one ot the grandest^campaigns in the history of American^politics. He made 125 speeches in^eighty-two of the eighty-eight counties^in the state and traveled about thirty^thousand miles. Everywhere he has^d...

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. — 12 November 1891

JamesA. Shield* Pott. No. 1'.' of^Lewintowli, meets the In.-t Tues^^day of each montli, at 2 \^. in. T.J. Hmm,^1!. II. Bowman. Couiuianilt r.^A.Ijt. CHURCHDIRECTORY. rKKi-HYTKKlJlNI HI K^ II. I.EwlvrowsKegnlar MTTtaM BM haM *^n It1*'^neeuiul and fnurth Sun.1^)^ ^t earn moult^Imth school every MneJuy ul :'^ I'^meeting Thursday evening* al ^. : 1'IUI.BKiiOkServices on the tir-l^Sun.laj - of ea. h in .nlli. with Sunday ^cl.o-.I^morning service. rrayer sim) thininfore lieuEl'WAkl ummhohm Mar. Sun- Ilira.^, iiimI I'llll.RKi^ok ^Molil Mv apoollilluel.l* 1^.lay. I.'bet, at II a in.; Jd and 4lh -unday^l.rook. al II a. m. and ^ |^ m ; M Sunday^al :t p. in.; ;^i ^un.lay. Dubuque, al 11a^Hethel i ba|^-l. al |^ iii. l'ator's residence. rhLbrook. I:.M. i ka\ ks. MM LOCALHAPPENING. Mnext Momhi v.^^raa ^ 11^ lr^J^ Iii^ raiu-li MM hoiIieaver crock fromtin Mai to evrrv infrom ovel.nine l'lll th, lierov* ii I'onrt eon vi- K.A. HastNi^^atur^ln^'. HfffSmith iM over^tirst of t he week. WillPowell anil ^...

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. — 12 November 1891

philosophies Whata Disciple of Uncle Josh Thinks and^Says on Various Thing*. ChicagoTribune: If I was lookin'^for a sucker 1'^J hunt for the feller^whot'B alius hraggin' that he's no^^body's fool. Ithas alius seemed to nie to be^mighty thin consolation for a poor^man to declare that riches don't make^happiness. Somehowor other we don't appear^to extract as much comfort out of^this life as we really orter. Perhaps^it's because my naybur hain't the^man he should be. Thefeller who mortgages his farm^to buy a piano fur his house has got^to try awful hard to find any music in^the strings. Ibelieve in lovin my naybtr- as my^^self until he begins to kili off my hens.^Then I'm goin' to buy lace curtains^and upholstered cheers to make him^feel as bad as he possibly can. Ilike to have a man plumb up and^down with me even to callin me a liar.^An onsartin man is like a pimple on^yer arm; you've got to keep waiting to^see what it will develop. Kvenif we never say a word to him^about it, it is on...

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