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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 19 November 1891

9H Vol.IX. No. 16. LEWTSTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1891. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. fcrgue Comttu Argue Ctti.l-Hk.iJ A i.LKl.t BV JOHN*. VKOOMAN. Editor4 Proprietor. T.C. POWEH ^ BEO., c ai LHAiitoAD ^ v^ .^tonw rimmtMm iil |^^ltl Mi rtU.MIiCt.t .^^^# - ^a.uu ^VUllia I.OO t luuillUa I.UU AftttlliiKi i UAYfl^^ J**' W.JO IX iMollttlB J i^rt*f uiuuthn AOVEIUISING RATES : .it ..lie lliacTtluu 1.00 luiuoth a.uo ^lx ^ lO.OU 1one vear M.w ratesSjIfSja on lar^e ^pare an^J inKag * t J 11 - ^ :i 11 111 - ...ul HNn 15 Mk POT line. pe.mlu.lrertiueiuenlii payable strictly in ad- OIFIIl ltli\rt.K. *tte IJirec-lorv. WillIi.^e|,li K. I.e.If. Helena Ilent. Uorensor^. j oim K. Biekartfa,Unite^M inlier or Omgw, \\ . Mr. IHxo^, Unite S^cri'tur.vLoaii J:..nun, Helena WWJ:. ^^. Hi^kMM,H^lwM An.in.irK. A. Kmmmjt, llnls^ j Atl'f(ieneral....Henri J. Haskell. UleuUira ' ' h ie IJ u^...

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. — 19 November 1891

gtVQXt*(Connt\i =\r.ute. LEWISTOWN,THUR SDAY, Nov. 19, 91^OFFICIAL PAPER OF FEROUS COUNTY Pl'BLISHET*WEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN. Editor ^ Proprietor. knowthat Iowa is safely Republican^on national issues, and that not even^s local popularity could pull the^party through. Boieswill be^president. Boies,but never vice- Englandfeels almost as bad as the^Democratic party over the success of McKinleyin Ohio. Misery loves com^pany. Col.Don Piatt, the well-known jour^^nalist, died at his home near Cleveland^on the 12th inst. of an ailment similar^to la grippe. Thecreation of the office of mineral^and commissioner by the last legisla^^ture seems to have been for the purpose^of providing a sinecure for Major Ma-^ginnii. He was out of a job, and had^o be provided for. Montana elects^senators and a representative to look^after her interests and they are com^^petent to do so without the adjunct of^a paid lobbyist. The major has done^nothing yet to earn his money except^make Democratic speeches in ...

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. — 19 November 1891

JnmraA. WWHm P^^^t. No. 1'.' ^^l^I,ewmt^^^ n, nict'tR the InM Ti.i*^clay of each mouth, at 2 p. in. T.J. nam, H.H. ISowm \n. CominaiHliT.^Atlj't. CHURCHDIRECTORY PHF.snVTKRl*s mi BLM.^I.K^I^T^i^s^KeguUr BMVtMi ^r^- fcsM '^^ '^^' v..andfourth Sun^U) ^ ^^( ^ ^^ li ^ ,. ~ , liathM ho.il every huiidmy al fcM 1' '^ irjjir^meeiiiiK ThunaUy rvrningx at .,.^, l-llllUK.m.K-fervi.^ .... the ^^^' ^^' '^i1^! iii..laj-..feach in ^mil. with Mni.Uy ^^i '^^^ morning^ernee. i...i.,r^i;ko. ISVWABM i a-ior. METHOniT MM H. I'llllliR.m.K ^M.oilhlv MkM*l^ ^~' \^n^^.lay. i l^-t. al 11 ^ n.; Jd aiM lili miii.U.v. I ^^^^^^l.r.'^.k. al 11 a. in^ and Bp. i...; M 1^al 3 p. Hi.J Ul Sunday. Uiilm-l'ie, ^t H :'- m.. ana^)U-t i..-I ^ ^ia|iel. at I |^. in. Ta-t'.r'-midenee. I'liilhrook. K.M i ka\ K.N. 1-a.itur LOCALHAPPENINGS. l.igtitdocket tlii.-i lenii ol curt.^Hotlhe Hies arc not *)Wt*^ ^^ active.^^.rn^^lio|i|^.r^ have lai.l ti|i lor thewinter.^lie.nl otray mMm bs (oiin.l elhewh. re.^KreHh iiy^t.i* have made the...

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. — 19 November 1891

TheGlacial Period. Beforethe Technical Society of the^Pacific Coast, San Francisco, Marsden^Manson, engineer of the lu.rbor com^^mission, lately advanced a theory to^account for 1 he formation of the fila^^rial period. Asa basis for his theory, he laid^down this general law, as he called it:^A terrestrial sphere, in passing from^under the influence of interplanetary^heat to the influence of solar heat,^must experience a glacial period, be^^cause of the remarkable properties^andfr different degrees of heat and^cold possessed by water. Theearth was once a ball of fire.^As it began to cool a crust formed,^and the earth around the earth began^to becooled. This caused theaqueous^vapor in the air to form water. But^the internal heat of the planet was^still intense, and an immense radia^^tion of heat and a corresponding con^^densation of vapor arising trom the^seas went on constantly. Solar heat^had not yet penetrated the cold at^^mosphere between the sun ar.d the^earth. As the heat of the...

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. — 26 November 1891

/ Vol.IX. No. IT. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2G, 1891. Price10 Cts. republicanin politics, and devoted to the mineral, agricultural, stock and wool interests of the great judith country, firpHi(County .Ax*ntto fl i.. [ - H til WEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor ^ Proprietor. Enteredat Le^i^town POassecond class rr.atter TERMSOF SUBSCRIITIOX: (Ifpaiil in advance.) nc rear~.t'l.UO i^tuuiith*- 1.50 lliret-iti.etit 1.00 AFTEKTHIKTV Mill Inr year*:t.50 iiMMtklwm*wm 2.00 1nree Uiont li^ J.**) aiA'EIMTSING BATH: 1 rti.niit* iliMTtiun. l.QQ 1 *^.uunihs.oo * ' **x ^ ......15.00 1 ^ one rear - ^24.00 -ji i ial rmtr- given uii large .i|^4ie and standing^^ . ^ v^tI Joeuieiit*. *^^t ni n.jtim l.^^ cents p^*r line.^fmtimi .i ivt rtiM.-uiciita payable strictly in ad- T.C. POWER ^ BRO, HIMi AL^ KO^iTLK. MateDlrrttorvt Givcrn.irJ.i-epli K. Tonle, Helena i.k-iii.ii,j(,-ruur ...John K. BlciSaisls.Haiti^M intHT ^^i Oomgnm, W. W. Dixon, Battel^^eeretaryLmIs Botwitt, Heieaa i'reanirc...

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. — 26 November 1891

fer.ute^^^uuttu ^ratte. LEWISTOWN.THURSDAY. Nov. N,1] OFFICIALP APE K OF FTCRGDS COUSTY. publishedwkekly by JOHNM. VROOMAN, Editor ^ Proprietor. tothe tariff, it will undoubtedly explain^why woolgrowers should vote for Mr.^Cleveland even if they have to kill their^sheep and move out of the state. This^will prove a valuable campaign docu^^ment for the Republicans, and should^have a general circulation. THANKSGI VINGliPROCLAMATION Followingis the president's procla^^mation calling for the observance of^Thanksgiving Day: Itis a very glad incident ot the marvel-^nus prosperity wliich has crowned the year^now ilravting to a close that its helpful and^reassuring touch has been felt hy all our^people. It has been as wide as our coun^^try, and so special that every home has felt^itN comforting influence. It is too great to^lie the work ol man's power, and t^o par^^ticular to be the device of his mind. To^^iod, beneficent and all-wise, who makes^the labor of men to be fruitful, redeems^their...

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. — 26 November 1891

JamesA. Shields Post. No. Ill of^Lewistotrn, meets the la*t Tues^^day of each month, at 2 p. in. T.J. Knovr.^B II liuwM.v.v. (.'oniuianiler.^Adj't. CHURCHDIRECTORY. PRESBYTERIANCHl'RCH.^1.I Wigtown^lingular servict-^ an lielU *^n the^Reeona and fourth Sunday* of ea^ ti mwitili *^hath school every Sunday ^t tM |^- ^^. I'rayer^meetiiiR Thunwlav evening* at S Punbrook ^Services on the fir-t and thir.t^Sundays of each month, with Sunday NMW Ik-I'Tv^morniiiK service.^ . tiro.EnwAKLs. l'a-tur METHODISTCIIt H^ H. Piiiirrook^Monthly apiKdntnielils^l^t Sun^^day. I net. at 11 a. m.; Jd ami 41 h Sundays. ^'(^'^^l.rook. at 11a. tu. and s p in.; il Sunday. 1 m a.^at :^ p. in.; A Sunday, Dubuque, at 11 a. m . a'^'^rlethel ( lia|s-l. al I |^ in. I'ator's residem e. I'hilhrook. I',.M. ^ KAVEN. 1'aalor. LOCALHAPPENINGS. fiiye thntiks. Iance tliU evening. RMMnbtfthe poor. Lttlout for Imstiiik! threads. Kreslicandies at the drug store,^t^uite a ousy court session after all. WilliamF-rjus was in from l...

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. — 26 November 1891

Effectof Water upon Horaea Ahorse can live twenty-five days^without solid food, merely drinking^water; seventeen days without either^eating or drinking; and only five days^when eating solid food without drink^^ing. Anidea prevails among horsemen^that a horse should never be watered^oftener than three times a day, or in^twenty-four hours. This is not only^a mistaken idea but a very brutal^practice. A horse's stomach is ax-^tremely sensitive, and will suffer under^the least interference, causing a fever^^ish con lit io:i. Feedinga horse principally on grain^and driving it five hours without^water is like giving a man a dinner of^salt mackerel and not allowing him to^drink until supper time^very unsatis^^factory for the man. Ifyou know anything about thecare^of horses, and have any sympathy^for them, water them as often as they^want to drink^once an hour, if pos^^sible. By doing this you will not only^be merciful to your animals, but you^will be a benefactor to yourself, as^they will d...

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 December 1891

il s Vo\.IX No is. LSWldTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1891. Price10 Cts. REPUPLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. frx-giieICoimtu ^rguo UBL1.-HE1 ^ . i. ^ . BY JOHNM.VHOOMAN. Editor^ Proprietor. nWd at L^*iito*n POasieconO class rr.att^r TEBM8OF 8UB8CBIFTIOH : (Ifpaid |a advance.) tiey^^r.... W.OO *ialuofUhnh lh ;,;,^ month*n1.00 AKTKKrtltl V I^AVS: 'D year9:*^.50 Jxluontlii^^...^^..... 2.00 i'lirrtuiuutbn 1,50 ADVERTISING BATES: 1,t ^rb.on^' insertion i.oo 1 ^ month^3.00 1 ^i^ ^ ^*h..1.Vuq I '* one vear ^21.00 PMtalHMHi given un Jurgt- ^p^^ | mid landing^m i n n jMeiucnU. UmHMllMi J^^ cvths |mt line, -i-a-i:.!adviTtiwtiienlM imrnSlc Mrirtlrin ad* Ofr'KHIAL KOM KK. T.C. POWER, ^ BEO., LEWISTOWN, MONTANA, MateUiinlurv. i^Wtlosepli K. route. Helena I J.njtit.^;i^vi-rii^^r^tolin K. Rlefcarda,ButteI MaaaW s^l Congress, \V. VV. Oixon, Jiutit- '^BlBff fJTUlh Jtotuitr, Helena ItMMWit. u. *fLr*;ttt...

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 December 1891

gevQue^otmtu Avnua. L;\VISTO\VX, THURSDAY, Dec. 26, 91 JFFICIALPAPEK OF FEROUS COUNTY Fl'SLISHEDWEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN,Editor ^ Proprietor. LordLytton, British ambassador to^France and the author of ^Lucille,^^tli-xl in Faris on November 24th. Asingle lump of coal recontly mined^at Hock Springs, Wyoming, when^broken up filled seven cars. One chip^sent to Denver as a sign weighed a ton. Bymini has come out squarely for^Mills for speaker of the house. Mills^will be an easy winner. He is a South^^erner, a free trader and a dodger on^the silver question. He has all the^qualifications for the place. Inchoosing Minneapolis as the place^for holding the next national Republi^^can convention, the Northwest was^given just recognition. The young^city, aided by St. Faul, will be able to^meet all demands on its hospitality,^while the convention hall will equal^that of any other city. Gen.Alvin F. Hovey, governor of^Indiana, died at his home in Indian^^apolis on November 21^d of heart fail^^ure...

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 December 1891

JmtifMA. Shit-Win Hoot. Ho.lt (if^Lewistown. meet* the last Tut'H^diiy of each montli^ at 2 |i. m. R.H Ito^M\N. A.lj't. T.J. Fbokt,^C'oainiau^l^*r. CHURCHDIRECTORY. PRF.SHYTF.KIAN rHrRrtf. I.KNPHM H ^ Kejjular MWtMi Mi Uvhi t.n MM^MMMl alitl fourth Sun^l:iy. of ^-a^-ti mouth ^:il^-^bath MWMl i-irr; Sunday al ::::*^ |^. ^'^ I'rayi-r^lueetiiiie TlturMlay ev**|iitijrm ^t 7:1^. I'llll.HKliok^SrrvicM on the lil^t ^'^'' tt.;nl^Mn ot ^t to .nth. ^ itli MOTJ HMM UI^^-^uiurniiiK wruii1. ^Et#.ima 1:1'-. I mmt^^ 11 hm i ^' ^^)K.^Monthly ^nu^iiutiiieiils^ l^l ^'^^- l'HIlHi: liny.I U i til II a in.;^l.riKik. at 11 a. ui. anil^at ^'. ^^ In ; '^l Mlleluy^MM i 'lia|n l. ui : p. m. I'a-lor'-re-i'lfiuf. I'hiihrook^li. M. Ictiil ith -uioi.il- l^h^i |i in.; ^_''l Simtlay, ' 11^luliiujiie, at 11 a. in.. 'It a v k N. I'a-tor LOCALHAPPENINGS. tnext MMi^MJW night,^going to have a I liriHtinii* tree MkMh,the Lsrtaaa MarelMat, Ik in InWaMSMOaWfl I^^Kiral i liiti |^:irty I Arewe \V.C.^t n^ n. ifcwt*ft M ee ti...

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 December 1891

any hall ine. fer^tile THEORYVS. CONDITION TheGreat Difference a Lapse of Twelve^Hours Createi. THETHEOkV. At3 p. m.^^Mrs. Cleveland, I have^noticed a woful popular tpwnusea on^the effec ts ot narcotics upon chtMrt*.^Now, my dear. I have deter:nm^l to^carry out my theory regarding Mie^rearing of children. You will, tlH'I'S^fore, abstain bom giving Ruth^syrup-, paregurii* or like stiill-. All right, OrOW, deal-. 1^throw awav all the sedative medi^shall I 'Certainly, Mrs. Cleveland,^tainly. Throw that physic to^dogs. I will he one man who will^show enough practical interest in hu^^man welfare to oppose, by precept^and example, all stupelyingof infuntile^luuins with poisonous drugs. thei ^ mm ^n. At:t a. M,^^Mrs. Cleveland, I do^wish you would get up and look for^the paregoric or something else to^make this calliope so to sleep. I am^tired of this nocturne.'' Why,(irover, you know you told^me to throw away the paregoric and^soothing syrup. Your theory Kxcureme, Mr-. ^ li v. lanil, but ...

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. — 10 December 1891

Mm frvtute^^mnt^ ^rgtt* PUBLISHEDWEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN,Editor ft. Proprietor. Entered^t La^i^town POassacond classrratter^TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : (Ifpaid in adrance.) Oneyear- *3.00 sixujoiith.* 1.50 1lire* months1.00 AFTERTHIRTY DAYS:^One year..f3.50 BBImonthsmm^mmmm^ 2.00 Threemonths ...^ 1.50 ADVERTISINGRATES: 1.ucb.one insertion 1.00 1 '^month_3.00 1 '^ sU ^^ ^15.00 1 ^ one Tear ..24.00 .pedal rates given on large space and standing^*.i rertiaeiuent*. IahjmInotices 15 cents per line. JBMBBladrertisemcnls payable strictly in ad- OFFICIALHUM IK StateDirectory. OivernorJoseph K. Toole, Helena Lieut.GovernorFolin K. Klckards, liuttt- Miuberol Congress, W. W. Dixon, Butte SeretaryLouis Kotwitt, Helena TreasurerK. O. Hickman,Helena AuditorJ^. A. Keimey. Helena Att'yUeusral,... Henri J. Haskell, Uleiulive ^|jie IJ ustice Supreme Court HenryH. Blake, Helena^Assaociste Justice.-* J E.N. Harwood^Supreme Court(W. H UeWitt Cler.Sup. Court, W. J. Kennedy, Helena^8 uperinteudent 1'ublic In...

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. — 10 December 1891

gergua(Countu ^rgue. L..WIHTOWN,THURSDAY, Dec. 10, '91 OFFICIALPAPEH OF FERGUS COUNTY PUBLISHi D WEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN,Editor ^ Proprietor. Thesj-mpathy of the nation goes out^to Cyrus W. Field in his great aftiiclioD. Minnesotaand Dakota were visited^by a terrible blizzard last Friday and^Saturday. Hard country east of us. Acrank with a bomb tried to blow^WQ Russell Sage one day last week and^was himself reduced to fish bait. BillNye fell out of a back door of^the opera house at Jackson, Michigan,^one night last we;k. This was one^time when Bill did not enjoy having^people laugh at him. He probably^did not strike a humorous vein. Whilethe funeral of State Senator^Deane, of Duchess county, New York,^was taking place, Gov. Hill was con^^niving to count in the dead man's op^^ponent. Hill is the dirtiest political^trickster New York ever produced. IfCongressman Crisp secures the^speakership it will be a victory for^Tammany Hall, whose candidate he is.^It is bad enough for such an or...

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. — 10 December 1891

JamesA. Shields Poat. No. U ^'I^Lewistown, meets the last Tues^daj of each month, at 2 p. rn. T.J. Frost,^B. H. Bowman. Commander.^Adj't. CHURCHDIRECTORY rRF.aBYTERIAN(jhikcm. LEWi^to^ n^Kegulsr serTlces an' held on the^MMri and fourth Suoilars of each month. h:il^-^hath x bool ^-Tery Sunday at 2:Su y. m. 1 raver^meeting Thursday evenings at ^:M-. . Phiibrook ^ Services on the first and tnnu^Sundays of each month, with Sunday school l*r..re^uiorninif service. GEO.EnWAP.t^. 1'a^tor. methodistchi k^ h. fmnbrook ^ Monthly appolntniei.i^-l-' Snn-^.Uy. i kat, at ii a Bkl Jd ami 1th Sunday^. rhil-^kaaak, at ii a. ni. ami s- p ui.; M Sunday. i tua^at 3 p. in ; -I Sunday. Duhuu.ue, at 11 a m.. an^^bethel ^*ha|iel. at I p. in. 1'aitur'aresidence. 1'hilbrook. R.ML l ull F.N. Pastur LOCALHAPPENINGS. Renddissolution notice elsewhere.^Hugh (invn was over Ironi I'ort M^i;iiinis^Tuesday. ItarrSimt d came over from Beaver creek^Tuesday. K.K. Fitzgerald ^naiu Irom Oka last^Saturday. Kizerh skin lias...

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. — 10 December 1891

I INDUSTRIALNOTis Thingsare dull in England.^Weldless steel chains are here.^There are aluminum beer mugs.^Mrs. Hetty Green has $40,000,000^London has ten main railroad lines^Key West has4,000 idlecigarmakers.^Houses are insured against burglary.^Hope is made from an Arizona plant.^Bri tons own 'J^ ^,^ ^00,000 of on t acres.^Missouri has i;,72O.0O0aces in corn.^Kansas baa twenty-two women ed^^itors. Klevenwomen in the Tnited States^have 9150,000,000. TlieTliamestunnel will cost ^4, .'{,^^.), -^000. Swit/.t-rlaiidhas abolished national banks. Australia has a woman's industrial league. iShelton,Conn., makes 2,^^00,000^postal cards daily. TheBrotherhood of Kailroad Train^^men has 15,000 members. Yanderbiltpaid a doctor $10,000^to go to Europe with him. Thiswill be the second largest year^in the number of immigrants. TheI'nited States and Canada have^11,02'J miles of street railway. Amountain of coal in Wild Horse^Valley, Wyoming, has been burning^for more than thirty yeai^^. Laborcan c...

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. — 24 December 1891

JFetgM %tfM Vol.IX. No. 2L LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2-A, 1891. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, ev$ii*(Comttjj ^v^no FlLl^HlLl^ WEEKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor ^ Proprietor. Enteredit Le^i^town POas second cl^ss matter TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION : (Ifpaid in advance.)^Ume year 13.00 $ixmouths ^ 1.50 tureemonths)^.^ 1.00 AFTKKTHIRTY DAYS: i'D year$3.60 sixmonths,* m^ 2.00 Tbr^ tuunths 1.50 ADVERTISING RATES: 1 nch.one Insertion 1.00 1 ^monthmm 3.00 * ^U ^ 1S.O0 1 ^ one vear - 24.00 ^Mrates given on large space and atauuing^advertise tuenta. . ji notices 15 cent* |^er line. spex-isladrerti-teuicuia payable atrial^ iu ad-^^ net OFFICIAL,ROSTER. StateDirectory. iivernorJoseph K. Toole, Helena Lieut.Umtmrmnr ,, Jotim K. Klckards,Butte M.tuber ol Congress, \V. W. Uiion, butte SecretaryLouis Kolwitt, Helena TreasurerK. O. Hickman, Helena AuditorE. A. Keiiney, Helena Att'yG...

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. — 24 December 1891

IFrvoneComttu ,3lr0^^. LEWISTOWN,THURSDAY, Dec. 24, 1(1 OFFICIALPAPEK OF FERGUS COUNTY. publishi i) eeklv by JOHNM. VROOMAN,Editor ^ Proprietor. Mr.Blaine will address Boston's^merchants at a banquet to be niven^January 7th. MajorMcKinley, who has been ill^with the grip at his home in Canton,^Ohio, is improving SenatorBanders has introduced bills^for the establishment of land oilices at^Ft. Benton and Dillon. Thestatement that Maj. McKinley^has the grip will surprise no one. Ever^since the Ohio election people have^been convinced that he has never lost^his grip.^Chicago News. AChicago man was airested at Holly^SpiingR, Miss., last week, the authori^^ties mistaking him for John L. Sulli^^van. The gentleman is undecided^whether it was a compliment or an in^suit. TheHelena Independent wants to^see radical anti-tariff legislation this^winter, which would of course include^free wool. That journal represents the^millionaires, not the interests of Mon^tana. CongressmanDixon of this state w...

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. — 24 December 1891

JamesA. Shields Host. No. l!i of^I.ewintowii, meet** the la**t Tues^^day of each month, at 2 |^. m. T.J. Kkoht,^15. H. BoWMASa Comiiiiintler.^Adj't. CHURCHDIRECTORY pkesbvtrrianClirRrlf. UMMnKeg^1*1* services an' lielil on llie^second mint fourth Kurxlav. of ^-ach month -;^!'^^Imth m h.H.l every Kunday at SsM t^. ^'^ l'r:^yer^mt**titig Thtir^.lay evening* al rilll^IW Tils' ami Third Baaaaja.^morliiua. Pleaaant Valley^First Sunday.^:ifti-rn^M.ii. I'liea^Third Sunday, in tin^mtoli. ;^o.BaWAJaaa; rsaaa*. METHODISTl hi 111 H.^I'llll MOOR ^ Monthly aWataSaSMM*^M^day. I'bet. at 11 a. km.: M and 4th Sunday. I'l.il-^hrook. at II a. ni. and ^ p a*.; -d Smiday. I tua. inI lie^in the^all. r- at 11 a. in , at3 p. in.; ;!d Sunday, Duhuqiu'^bethel 1 Impel, at :: p. in 1'astor'sre*iiie^ee. rhillirook. It M. ^ RAl EN- LOCALHAPPENINGS from Bmnotice land for rent.^^ hriatinuH trie this araafcaf.^We wi^h all our readers a ^Merry Christ^^mas. K.A. Husoti was up from his ranch tirst^of the week. \V.S. I...

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. — 24 December 1891

Cameand Effect. Snui Knott^He sot Onstamp^Near clump^Of Trees^At ease.^Nor thought^Of aught^But sweet^Retreat^That lent^Content.^^Boston Courier. AQoat^[lid note^His ease,^And seine^The chance^To prauce^L'pon^The son. GreatScott!^Sam Knot^Pid tl^Sky high. PROTECTIONIN AUSTRALIA ToeOreat Southern Republic Takes a Cue^From Us. Dibbrs,the premier of the colony of^New South Wales, who succeeded Sir^Henry I\irhas declared himself a^protectionist in the address to hie^constituents, or manifesto, which he^has inst issued. It is prefaced by the^statement that additional revenue^must be raised for the colony, and it^adverts to the scheme 01 taxing the^unimproved value of land, which is^probably equivalent to Henry George's^land tax scheme, but the premier says^that while this may be practicable^immediate resort must be had to the^customs tor the great bulk of the nec^^essary revenue. Thusfar such a tariff might be tar^^iff for revenue only, but let us follow^him a little further. They (the m...

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