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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 4 February 1892

\ j5: J7r^ c c Vol.IX. Xo. 27. LEWISTOWK, FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1892. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANin politics, and devoted to the mineral. agricultural, stock and wool interests of the great^ judith country, 4f*r0U*^^omtt*i ^r^tte PUBLISHEDWUIIT ^T JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor ^ Proprietor. Enterad st Le^^i^town POassecond clasjmatter TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION (Ifpaid in advanced Oaeyear-*3 00 Sii month!~mm 1.50 2:.frr| Ill II 1.00 AFTERTHIRTY DAYS: oneyaarS3.60 Maoioutha2.00 J'braeoiontuammmmmm 1.60 ADVERTISINGRATES: '. uch.one iiiaertlou 1.00 a ^^mouth 3.00 d ^^ its ^^ ._.15.00 U ^ on* Tear __24.00 specialrata* girsa cm large apacs and standing *r .. i I ia* ... r L. [ S Vwaftnuclrea i'j cants per Una. bpeelal.J.t-irhn.iruii payable strictly In ad OFFIII4L HUM t H late Uliniuj \ Cijvertiorlosepb K. Toole, Helena i.ieul^io^ernor . John K. Klckards, Butt.-^Member ol i'oinrrexs, \V. W. Kiion, Butir S.-crelaryLouis Kotwitt, Helen..! TreasurerK. O. Hickman, Helena AuditorK. A. Ken...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 4 February 1892

s / rermteffiounta Ar^ita. LEWISTOWN,THURSDAY, Feb. ^. '92 OFFICIALPAPEK OF FERGUS COUNTY PUBLISHEDWEEKLY BV JOHNM. VROOMAN,Editor A Proprietor. Therewill be no war. Chili will eat^humble pie. (iitr/amanages to elude his purMiers^with the agility of the ] ^nU-hnian's^^ml Dr.Graves, who was convicted at^Denver of the charge of nmuler. has^been granted a new trial. Thesenate committee on privilegee^and elections has reported in favor of^Dubois as senator from Idaho. Kev.Charles H. Kpurgeon, the emi^^nent English divine, died at a French^watering place on the Mist ult. MinistoiKgan will remain in (,'hili,^despite the demands of that govern^^ment and the Democratic pre.-.- of this^country. 1're.sidintHarrison could not do^a wiser thing than appoint Judge^Greaham to succeed Just ce Bradley on^the supreme bench. ToledoBlade: Chicago did not want^the DemoiTatic ^ (,nv*fijti^^n. lint cilies,^like persons, have unph-asant things^thrust upon them soiiii'times. Theword Chili is of old Peruvian...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 4 February 1892

I JamesA. Shields Post. No. 19 of^Lewistown, meets the 4th of each^month, at 2 p. m. R.W. Noble,^H C. Bloom, I'omDiuuiler.^Adj't. CHURCHDIRECTORY pp.esbytep.IaNchurch. UWMNW-Regularierrlceii are held on the^MMU and fourth Sundays of ea^ h month Sab-^hath arhoul every bundmy at 2:SU p. iu. l'rayer^meeting. Thurs*laT evening* at 7:3u. Pullbrook^r^i*r*t aud Third (MatWV in Hie^morning. Pleasant Valley^First Sunday, in the^mmmm, I'tiia^Third Sunday, in the after^^noon..__ . methodistMi h. Pmii.bhook.^Monthly appointment*^lat Sun^^day. Ulwt, at 11 a m.; 2d and alii Sundays, Phil^hrook, at 11 a. iu. and 8 p. u^.; M Sunday. Itica.^al H p. ^ ; ^^ Sunday, Duhuque, at 11 a. m , aud^Bethel Chapel, at i p. in. Pastor'*residence, Philbrook KM l'ra\ Kf-. Pattoi LOCALHAPPENINGS TheLincoln cluli has a memberMhip of^154. Thusfar there in a very little suow fall in^the miiuntaina. W.D. Dtaton and son were in from Warm^Springe Tuesday. Mrs.Jacob Holzemer is recovering from^an attack of the grip. C.E. ...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 4 February 1892

Owaato the Grip O,the grip, the terrible grip!^Lemons, hot todliee and many a nip;^Many a sneeze 'twixt, cup ami the lip.^Many a founder and many a slip.^Many an ache (rom4.be top to the tip,^Many a hasty funeral trip^^Send in thr doctor bills^whew!^let her rip'^O. the grip, the terrible grip! PhiladelphiaPress. SENATORIALDIGNITY ASIDE AnExample in Which Two Senators From^the Northwest Figured. SenatorSquire recently played a^scurry trick on Senator John B. Allen.^They Ml traveling from Washington.^When they went to secure sleeping^berths there were only two to he had^^one upper and one lower. The two^senators ^tossed up^ tor choice and^Senator Allen won, taking the lower^berth, of course. During the night the^train stopped at a station in Mis^^souri, where a large, heavy woman^entered the sleeper iooking for a berth. Squirepoked his head between the^c urtains and Mting the ponderous^lady said: Madam,the births are all taken,^but it you wish you can occupy the^one mst under me. w he...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 11 February 1892

Count 7/ Vol.IX. No. 28. LEWISTOWIs,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1892. Price10 Cts. republicanin politics, and devoted to the mineral, agricultural, stock and wool interests of the great judith country. -er0iie(Gomttu ;^rflite PUBL1HHEUWKKK1Y BY JOHNM VROOMMH, ! Editor I Proprietor. Int.r.J^t L^^i^1ownPO^^second cl^^j matt.r TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION :^(If paid iu ^J^^uce.) ju.j.ar _ 93.ua tsumonths W JLire twulitba AFTF.RTHIRTY KAYH : i^ue y.arS3.^0 fciatuoulbn 2.00 ibSM uioUlb^i l.bO ADVERTISINGRATES: 1Mki4H luaertloa 1.0U 1 ^^monthS.uu 1 ^^ alt ^ 1^.^* 1 ^^ uu^ rear jpSfjMBatM a;lvru oli large kparu aud titafidliiK^M ^ri tiaeuieiita. I.u.ml nolli ea 15 ceuti per line. -|4m-lalaJvertiaeuieula payable strictly in a I^^ .lice IHMI VI. K ON I I. K staleUlreciarv. OifernorJoseph K.fNb, HpIhu i.iut. ^;.^verin^r....Joliii K. RJckanls, Hun,.^Mfiijl^r^l Congress, \V. \V. J'ixon, Untie Hcretaryl.ouis Rntwitt, Helena TreasurerB. ^^^ Hickman,Helena AuditorE. A. Kenney, Helena Att'...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 11 February 1892

e^0ueCounty Avoue. LEWISTOWN,THURSDAY. Feb. IX, '92 OFFICIALPAPEK OF Ft ROUS COUNTY. publishedweekly by JOHNM. VROOMAN,Editor ^ Proprietor. JamesG. Blaine celebrated his sixty^second birthday January 31st. SenatorPower was taken suddenly^ill in Washington with hemorrhage of^the bowels on the ^h! inat. At last ac^^counts he was rapidly recovering. JudgeK'nowles lias decided that bear^is not a spirituous liiiuor. Then what^i- it that makes a fellow feel so deuced^funny after drinking a ^|Uart or two Thehouse committee on irrigation,^by almost a unanimous vote, agreed to^the proposition to cede the arid lands^to the states in which thev are located. Atlast the fangs of that poisonous^reptile, the Louisiana State Lottery,^have been pulled. It has concluded to^give up the fight for a new charter^This surrender is owing to a recent de^^cision of the United .States Supreme^Court affirming the constitutionality of^the anti-lottery act parsed by the last^congress. Madisonian:When Secretary B...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 11 February 1892

Jumt-mA. ShieWlH I'ost. No. 19 of I.ewitttown. BMeea the Ithofearh^niontli, at 2 |^. in. R.W. Xobi-e, II.C. Hi oom, (.'oDiniaiiiler. Acljt. .n.l CHURCHDIRECTORY iMmniuiwii'if it l.l.vii-rou N- Ui-giitur -**rvii-**^. ^r^- h^-U un the^KfTumi and lullrtli Siin^la^^ of mili math, warn-^I,jlli s. Ii.k.I i-n-ry SuuJai ai J |^. ^^ 1'rayiT^BMeilaB I '(Mteau .-leiiing* a* 7::!u. PalLMHMHCrinl and Tliir.1 tlav*, in IM toenalea. I*li^n^^l \ all^-^ Kir^i Daalir, la^Kllrrk I lira-Thinl Sunday, in MM all. r Mi UNA,IMI KSe, I':i-t^ir.^UMNM ^ III K* H.^I'HII hk^'^k -Miinllilv aplMiiiiliiienli I*1 ^u^^^lay. I eat, *r II a m MM M Sinnliy. eieek,at ii a m an.I 1 |. iu.| .'.I S.nida). i n^Ml I u. Ill ; .^! Sunday. Illlhllijlle, al 11^iVIItt-l ^ t.a|^:l. M 3 |^ in rVtoi-i^Mea.*^, I'liihirnok. kM OUTM I'mImi LOCALHAPPENINGS. He*notice of |MjMMkia|i^We will have a little winter now tor a^i hutige. ICealaetata took an MWi feminity Taaariajr. AwJMMtrBldritleP ^ ^^^ OV#ff fr.nn I W ton^wooil M.iinlay. lienI*...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 11 February 1892

Freedomin All Worlds. Col.Robert G. lugersoll, the orator^and lawyer, patriot and statesman,^philanthropist and infidel, in one of^his recent lectures expressed himself^in a forcible manner in regard to lib^^erty in the woi Id to come. Anionic^other things he said: Ihave insisted that in this life and^in any other, man will have an ever^^lasting opportunity of doing right,^and that there can be no hell in which^a man will not have the privilege ol^behaving himself; there will be no^heaven in which a man will not have^the opportunity of acting like the^devil. In other words that thereniuet^be freedom in all worlds. That is my^doctrine. One tear of pity has in it^more refreshing power than all the^fires of perdition. There is more^goodness in one ray of light than in^all the hells that have ever been con^^jured, more goodness in kindness than^in all brute force possible to conceive. Lstus enjoy ourselves in this^world; we are not sure about that^other one. That boy was a philoso^^pher...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 18 February 1892

Counto Vol.IX. No. 29. LEWI8TOW2S,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1892. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. (CcmutuAvutte Ii Bl.WII KIi U EKKI.Y BY JOHNM. VROOMAN. : Editor A Proprietor. Enteredat Le^istown POass*cond classmatter TKRMsOF SUBSCRIPTION: (Ifpaid in mivauc*. .^^OM year ..^ $3.00 T*iX IIIOIllllJ* MMMMHWMMMMMMWMM1 .50 Dim-mi on l hit l.Oti aktkrTHIRTY DAYS:^l*ne y^ar$^.50 b|X MOIllllHMNMMWM l'tirt-fmouth*1.50 ADVERTISING KATES 1 ni.-li.uitr insertion. 1 .Ofi 1 ^luouth Mi.On 1 ^^ six ^^ 15.00 1 ^ uif lr^l _ ^24.01' .pastel fait--) tfiveil un Urge space and standing^a .\t itiseiiifDt*. ^calnotice. l.r. ceol. |m*r line. |ie^-ialmlvrrtMeineiila | o e.l^- Mrii-tly in ail-^V no OI'FIIIII. KOOTER. stalel^ire^-loi-v. iivernurJoseph K. I'milc, Hi-I.n-, l.iuui.UoreroofIom K. RlefcartU, Butte Mwterol Ponajreae, \\ . w. Dixon, Butte Bwtnrjiuonfa Rolwilt, tfejeant Ti in eiR. O....

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 18 February 1892

EEWISTOWN,THURSD'AV. Feb. 18. 92 OFFICIALPAFEK OF Fi EOUS COUNTY PUBLISHEDWIUL.t ^V JOHN^. VROOMAN,Edit Or ^ Proprietor. SarahAlthea Hill-Terry has become^a raving lunatic. Sarah has been on^the border land of lunacy for some^time. _ OKIPefler's scheme to loan Indiana^fa I nil J-J.OOO.OOO out of the nation*^)^treasury was knocked out in the senate.^^ ^h, whiskers ! enceto American free trad' rs when it^speak* of ^the enemy of our friends.^^Of course no Englishuvau likes Blaine.^He is as hard to *b\p jn a diplomatic^contest as out Colonies were in the^Revolution. Therearc so many sheep in Chotcau^county that it is not considered safe for^^ democratic editor to show his face^north of Sun river.^Montanian. Weconsume over 'JO per cent of our^agricultural and manufactured prod^^ucts. Such is the importance of our^home market which the free traders^^.f this country and England are in^league to destroy. John.Jay Knox, for a number of^years comptroller of i he treasury, and^a high authority...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 18 February 1892

JamoHA. Sliicliln I'nst. No. 1!^ rif^I.f^i^^i)wn, nlivt* tltf Ithoteiirh^luontli, ^l '^ |'. \\.\V. Noi-.i.r..^It C Ki.'xiM, CuiiimuiKler.^Adj't. CHURCHDIRECTORY. I'KIHYTKKIA S ^ H^ II.^I.khi-Town^IC-gular s^tvIii-s arc ln-M on tli*-^hn'olut an.l f.mrt ti ^uinl:t\* of t-arh lu.^iilli. S;il^- I.ath attkaal nil; SuK'lay lit|.. m. I'ravrr^Iggltng Tlmrxlay evenings al ~:--^^. PllllBK'HiK ^ Fir^l and lliir.i Mimlay-. in Hit luoru I'h-aonnl Yalta)^Kir-t Suii.li.y. la taa WlHliiill 1 Iti ^^l bird Sunday, in i lit- alt.r- ii.^*itl ;^:^^.Kl*^'Ai:li^. 1 a-tor.^METHODIST CHI'BI H.^Pllll.HK^MiK. ^M^.l;tlllv :ip|m^]litllll'l.t* ^l^t day.I la'l. at II a m.:^brook, al 1 I a. in. MM at:t |^. in ; .'-^l siimlay betheli iia|#l. Ml '^ |^. in. I'a-t.ir- mMm ^^. Iliill.rook. It.M. i ka\k.v I'aMol Iami 41 li SulMlay, I'lill-^I m, in.; '_M Sunday, I lira.^Hulm^|ii^'. at II a. m.. ami LOCALHAPPENINGS. ilK St. Vali nt ii^ lay. I.uhISiiihIii v^\V. ]^. I ^^^^ toninIi'^l ^' ^lp vfi'k. Km;,im' Tn^ tiHetiil MMM 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. — 18 February 1892

TAUINCTHX zzttiiv AIJsw .p. pi .; -: Lu.i qm ^J o.)^vid^ ': e.to.'. ona Nc- Ofall the desperadoes wlio gained^for the territory of Nevada the dis^^tinction of the bloodiest of bloody^grounds, none other, with the possible^exception of Sam Brown, ever attained^to such a pitch of eminence as Farme:-^Peel, says t lie San Francisco Chroni^^cle. Hecame to Virginia City from Sail^Lake with a record of five mu riers.^VY^t liin a few years he had added as^many more to his score, and his com^^parative youth and vi^or promised a^long continuance of the ha.-ve-t. Hewas a singular character. VvHen soberlie was a* mild and pleasant a^gentleman as one would desire to^meet, but when in liquor ne wa-5 a tie-^moo. Iut drunk or sober, his instinct wat-^to kill. Not tiiat hewasqiia'-relsoiiie,^diii he bote ihe perilous til.'e ot^^Chief.'' and had to defend it agsMSM^all comers, and iie was studiously care^^ful that no one should ever get i he^d op on bin. Tims,when D Dorado wOtsnsjjr, a^little Irishma...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 25 February 1892

i-cx-tt* (TmmUi J^*^0** rcBl.l-H ^ i' W KKKl JOHNM. VROOMAN. Editor^ Proprietor. Entered^t Le ^i^to* n P O as secon d classrr.atter TERMSOF SUBBCRIFTIOK (If|^^M in liNMM DMMHWMMM^ *J*Mm.......... 1 i I ^ ^ Ill-.l. I il ^.^' akjkk THIB1 v days : mot Urn ..t:t.: IXIII I MOT-^MM m i ADVERTISINGKATES: .-IIi^*Tt ion IilolltII LM KM t.iiHPMM tUt aerial!**^ kiv.-ii a* lar^^i--l-ai ^^ ali.l .1 an.lili;:^\ ^ i I f^-uielll*. ^m i if.11. I.. - i- i line. ,m- i:ii a***tttaee*j*aa (i.i. ^i.i.- *lrjitl) in ail IK I'll I \ I KII\rt.K. MillMm inn . In-cpll k. fl^ol ;iiitM l.ieul.li.iircrii'ir^John K^M-mliernl ^'iingress. W^s iiiMhimmm Helen:Klekaree, limiti^W. Dixon, Katti^Kotwitt, H*lea T.C. POWER ^ BEO., LEWISTOWN, MONTANA, Traaaar*rIt. ^^. Hickman, Helena A'l'iilurB. A- Kwilji Helena Any ^..-h.t:iI....ll.-nri .1. Haakatl, Uleudiv* 'li i ** I Jnatic* itywi t'ourt ||fj J|. lliake, Helena ^^^^rrtil r iHatioM IK. M. Hmrouil SupremeCourt[W. 11- U^Whl 'Iern Sii|^. Court, W. .1. Kennedy, Hill^^^A apari...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 25 February 1892

V Sevan*Count)} Arnite. LKWJSTOWN,THURSDAY, Feb. 25. 92 OFFICIALPAPEK OF FERGUS COTJHTY PUBLISHEDwkkilv BY JOHNM. VROOMAN, Editork Proprietor. Therewill be a silver wedding when^the Democrats of the house unite on^the free coinage question. Anotherrailroad project- on paper^is the Montana Midland, from Great^Fall.^ to Castle, via Xeihart. TammanyDemocrats desecrated^Washington's birthday by electing a^Hill delegation to the Chicago conven^^tion. Qmis reported to have been t^een^in San Francisco last week. He is not^herding his revolution very closely,^evidently. SenatorVest says Democracy is^hopelessly divided on the free coinage^question. But then Vest is not as good^authority as the Bourbon sheets of^Montana. Missouri should pull down^its Vest. He talks too much. PioneerPress: There was good^reason why Boyd would not shake^hands with Thayer when he assumed^the governorship of Nebraska. A^Democrat has use for both BtM when^he gets hold of an otlice. Dflft1!weekly review for the las...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 25 February 1892

JMBMA. HMi I'cwl. No. 19 of^i^t ^^^ n. HMli Hh Itlliili'iirll Month,nt 2 p. in. k.w. n i . II.^ Bum, ^i:^ii^i- r. A.ljt. MUH^_'H L} IHFXTOHY nMniKuiAN i'Hi'Ki ii. I.i:\iimkhn Ui-gulur .*rvii-i^ *r^-^'^ tlir MmMMl4 l*^utt I, ^la}-of i-ii^ h month. sul^- aataaraaat r\^ry Suii.laj at' |^. I'rayrr mwlHfl Tlmnalnj , vi*ltinjf. at 7. fill,r.lv.'h Tfm mitt TMH lianaajfa, in laa. FI*MM Vallr^ Kir^t ^ini'l i; i^ ^^' :ill,-ri' i if.i 1 liiril ^un^lav. in Mw alt. r- IllNlll. i^ Kit. Kl^^ A WI :l-l^^l.^MMHMH cm H. hMMML-4*MMl a|i|M.inliii^''t'W ^nn- aajr,I bet, at II a in.. MM ItIi aaaaaji. rfct*-^liMiit, at II a. m ami Sp. in : .'.I ^nml^^. I ma.^at : |. m ; M annanf, Nhafw. ;it M ^ IU-11,,-1I li.lt^'l. al ^'^ I*. In. r.|.ir'* ir^i.li-ii^ i-, I'liillirmik. i;.H. i ka v i s. nmr. LOCALHAPI'KNINGS. I. i|. \. ii miHj irr^^^ n^mji TMai tin- li-jiii iii -ii Mmntaaa nMIm l't-|iiil*lii.iti ,-luli I-tiiiL' S:itiirtl:i\ t*\i-n ill-;. In.1 i. ^^ !^^ I .i. I linlilfl.s fair BaafNEtaV 1i.ni. Ifinil ipil'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. — 25 February 1892

AMock Investigation. Onthe resolution offered in tae^house last week to invest i-jate Use^McKinley law on the agricultural in-^^ Inn-try, Fun-ton, of Kamn^. said it^he believed there could he a fair and^impartial investigation of the effects^of the present tariff law on the agri^^cultural interests, he would he in fa^^vor of it. It could hardly be expect^^ed, however, that an investigation of^this character would be made without^being upon tiartybasis. The fact that^the house went into this investigation^was a declaration on the part of the^house that it believed the McKinley^bill injured thefarmers of thecountry.^This la not true. The duties on farm^^ers' have been increased, while the^things the farmer had to buy were to^^day cheaper than before the McKinley^bill passed. Funston ni fraaowitly interruptedby l.ivingston and Wat^^son, of tieornia. but declined to yield,^remarking that they had told the^tanners contrary, because they would^not have been elected had they told^the truth...

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 March 1892

1.IX. x.^. :;i LEWISTOAVN,FEIiGTS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1892. Price10 Cts. republicanin politics, and devoted to the .mineral, agricultural, stock and wool interests of the great judith country. $V0tX* CCcmutu -Avouo ITHI.hHK.l JOHNM. VROOMAN. WKKKl.VBY Editor^ Proprietor. T.C. POWEE ^ BEO., Entered^t Le^isto*ri POassecond clissrr.itter TEEMS^^K SUBSCRIPTION : tIf |^ai^l in liWMtJ vkN yt-ar ^mmm^m^m^^3.011 l*ttlttllth-^^......**^ l..rH Jltrt*e* luitiiTl.n^ l.ljn AKTKKTIIIHTV I^AY^: Imi.* Vfitr^;t..ri(t -i*iiioulliommmm 2.UK i'lii.'**niuiiili^^ lis ADVERTISINGRATIOS: 1.. ^ ti. .nit- insertioni .Oe 1 ^uiuulhn.ifi 1-i\ Mwai 1M Vfjir J-i i* ll Hill'- given till large -^|^^4^' .iii.I iilMll.lill,, liirilinrMeats.^. ..cil m|Im 111 fin* iter line, .|--.-i.ll ^^IVfiti-.^iiii'iiiN i.jljilile nlnitlv in *^l V-IH't MI II I VI. KOM I K. MaleMfMftM t . ^lyerunrloeaatl K. I ooto, Helen:, l.ieui.i ^^ iv.'riiiir^John K. UetUarao, MfJlsV Meaikcroi Cwgniii Mr. W. INnra. Huti 8'erotoryI.mm...

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 March 1892

jfergue(Cmtntu Arntto. LEWISTOWN,THURSDAY. Mar .:, * OFFICIAL PAPE K OF FEBOUS COUNTY publishedWEEKLY by JOHNM. VROOMAN,Editor ^ Proprietor. Mr.Springer thinks both Cleveland^and Hill are out of the presidential^race. The party will he out of the race^before the 8th of November. Thereis evidently no law in New^York against ^sure thing^ or ^skin^^games. Had there been Dave Hill's^convention would have been squelched. ThePeople, a labor organ published^at Butte, says: ^If David B.Hill ac^^complished nothing more in life than^the squelching of Free Trade Mills he^descve^ the lasting gratitude of every^sensible person. Thesix South Atlantic and Gulf^^t iif--- have only about a million anil a^half of sheep, and produce about one^pound of wool to a thousand pounds of^eOtlOH. Mr. Springer's free wool bill^would not, as a matter of course, iiU'ecl^Ibo e -tates very severely. WhileMontana is enjoying weather^that would do credit to the tropics,^down lit New York state it is necessary^to sink...

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 March 1892

Jami*sA. Shii Ms lV**t. No. l^.t of^T,i*wiHtoMii, iiitvl.-i the MatotMtefc^month, at 2 |^. B, It.\V. Nohm . II.^'. Bloom, ^ kMUMMWr. Adj't. CHURCHDIRECTORY l'l:K-ltVTF.K!*n^ Ii^UffMtl n^ 1 tegular m^rvI^-^^^.tM ^inl and fourth KumiajH of ^^l^:itli actatal every hunday at !^ineeiiiiK Tlmr-xUy eveniuic- at^I'll 11 i: mom, -are held ^^n the^arti niinitb- Sai^-^p. in. I'myer ::(m. inuriii uc.^:il'leriMNiii. Fir*ami Uiir.l r-innUyv in the^rUmmm* v^nev~Kir*t Bmmimf, m ma^111. a Third Mitiday, in tti^- aft^r- I'a-tor I'MI i i.i:^^'K.-^^hv I lift, at II^l.r.H.k. at MM Ml MbDMT AW^Mil ftL MBjMi l*t ^un- tthSuniuy. I'hii- , II a. in mMl * |^. in.; ^-*^! Sunday. I n.a^i.; .-I Mi inlay, IhitMlutie, at II a- ^ ^i^^^ImmL :*t I |^. ni.^s If-i'leltee. l'llllhr*Mtb. K M I KAV M MKTHODIf^^ Monthly *M^I aii.l raafcef LOCALHAPPEN INOS. K I ^iiif.^l lint i aaa. H. 'Iiii-siIh^ . I'll.-Bto9^this iiilitrl Uinl. i k ii M :l f 11 I utI M ill*-:l - \ t IiiiJi-i ill;! iiii Ik* lap olapfiag iii.I1 hf|i| 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. — 3 March 1892

Hintsto Housekeepers. Kipetomatoes will remove ink and^other atains from white cloth, also^from the hands. Agood liniment for strain* is made^of one-half ounce of wormwood, one-^half ounce of oil of organum or mar^^joram and one-half pint of alcohol. Glycerinehas been found to relieve^pain from burns and to forward the^healing process. It smarts on the^first application, but this effect soon^wears away. Ricein the hull, when heated in the^popper like popcorn, hurst open just^like the latter, and not only has the^llavor of real popcorn but is crisper^and more delicious to the taste. Celeryis a sedative, and is good for^rheumatism and the so-called neural-^uia, which is only another name for it.^Cucumbers cool the system ^ when^fossil cut, of course. Lettuce is not^only cooling, but produces sleep,espec^^ially if the stalk is eaten. Oneof the most effective remedies^for ntwsatian ,ne na''' fromfallmgout^is the quinine tonics^sixty grains of^quinine, one-half pint of whisky and^two oun...

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