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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 23 June 1892

Vol.IX. N^^. 4 7 LEWISTOWN,FEIJCU's COUNTY. MONT., THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1892. Price 10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. PHI GreatFalls, - Montana. THEBOSTON, GreatFalls, - Montana. TTJSTTXTOXZJD WITH TOT7 SIB! \\,wonld i c pi t tlully Cal the attention of the people of this part of Montana to the fact that THE M tSTON CU ^'l III NG AND SHOE H^ ^l SK of Croat Falls carry the largest stock of Men's Wear in the State. Not only do they carry the largest and most complete lines of Clothing, Furnishing^Goods, Hoots .ind Shoes an^! Hats in the state^but they guarantee to sell \ ou goods in their line cheaper than am men's outfitting establishment in Montana. The volume of business transacted by this house during the year warrants them in selling their goods at a very close margin, cio-er than a firm w ho^bay in *M ill he ; and .ell a limited qu tatky. It is not the pot* y of this irtn to sell goods at ...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 23 June 1892

LCWI8TOVK,THUKHllAT.Jaaa 2,t. '.12 DflMUPAPEK OF FERGUS COUNTY l-chl.IMIKU^JOHN M. VROOMAN. -.1KKkl.Y in Editor^ Proprietor. KOKI'KkslllKNT, BENJAMINHARRISON, OfIn.lhllm. rna\ n ^ mmbm; WHTELAWREID, ofNew York. 'Ihoma* H. Carter, cumniis-ioner of^Ihe general land olet, baa relumed to^Helena with his family. Tlie Republican nominee*^H:irri^son :i 11.1 Kcid -an- balk natives of^Ohio. 11 i.~ :^ good Mate in arnica t^^ l^r^born. Atornado Btruch tin' Democratic^^i:''i.un al (Chicago last wee W, and^nearly wrecked the building. It wan^nothing rout pa red t^^ tin- windstorm^UmI will etrikr this week. \will teen alaewhera, all sheep^^hipped into Monta^ from tlie west^inii-t undergo inapection and receive a 1I1in loll of health hcfure they can he^Mimed i n the raime. It is most grati^^fying in know thai at newaant our Hooka^mi * free from aroh and all other dis- eai-. and all Wool Kronaf* will cor^^dially imlorae every measure used to^check the im | n ^rt at li m of sheep in^^fected with sea...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 23 June 1892

LOCALHAPPENINGS. Lmlotowa w ill mMm*!*. llntt'l*anil HtorpH iliil h K^mmI Im-ii.-^hint k. J.flgi PwWlNW li-fl forhoinc lai^t l-rnlav^Jilt, i noon. Win.KfixiiH MM tit from Iii** MlMfc M^^n-^^ l:^y ^ ml IWwM v. W.i ^^ok i-mit wu|^la i ^--^ Inmmmm flitmm to mm mmmm wMLPfMjArtf n'tiiiii^-^l l^ I ptWow ^W. rii*faniilvMM Saturday. JwlppHui MM In* In* mm Kort 1'..tit..n htr-t Friday MMnMMJ. K.r. (MMM ;.n.l r.imilv. ^^f IMpTCImA,^h|m nl hM4 BMMMth in U ^MtllWM* AMM mm4 l4M KwM^ U-. ii i-M ;i lilinlird at irk. ithW H. ka* |M ^^t - |wpwarlnJ tntln'i'atli^t ^ iIiIkiIIi to a |mm . .1. Ma CM^^MM/i l!tr\. I':itl.. i l^^* linnli ai;min l.i^yr.-irnf i.'i.. (Mr*Riimom ii^-w in ^mate* bin iz*i d^*n by tin*11 i^I *^f an MfMMf, MJMMMMMl o| Ho^I*^*ri:i-k A Sl^ M ii i:W. MarffiMMj %%iil I. ilift.on a trip In ||M^alfiiil three we**k*. lln^* Im*^* . all 1lie JHtb^l^ ^ h bwcnl .1I ne*t a Itli- hi'i^i mil ^n, %% if 11 .1 A mm p^^m^ Ml Ii ol' t he Sit^F. H a tner.^n. immMummmp, Thepi.^t office HWMMftj at Stee...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 23 June 1892

A500-POUND BRICK T- Be Exhibited at Helena m the Great Mm*^eral Collection. IJI.lriiiiIntl. im ii.I. iiI.]^Kv |-iif ivif ^ ^^ifitiiMsi..rn'i liirkforil, afl *^WnrltTn Fair, h i-t*r^ bua.v man just now.^He in t ra v rlin^' all oTtf t lit* ntate collect inn^mineral exhibits f.^r Mwdtaptaj to be made^in thp auditorium huiltliriif during the com-^inn r. ^n vent ion^* hen*. I 'ommiHfioner Bick-^ford Ihm Mm pffOMiM of rnanv fine codec*^t Umm ^ l^i^ h i 1m* QVMH ha ve aereeil to loan^to th** W hlhll i ^ft Among them in a brick^uf -..ltd k^^M wei-gMari BOG -inuudn. It is^from Th-- Hpottcd Horse mine, of Maiden,^i he |^ro|^.rt ^ of Mr. IVrry A. Mt-Adow,^ol Keixm romity. At the ruling price of^v .Id H uommM MpTOMMti about^,, MI The c- ntleniHn nays he don't need^thif little mmm just at -nt-r-^i*nt, and think*^it ju-d m ^eM to |m| the pilblii haw a^^ tiaiice to ra*a what a ^piarter of a ton of^Si did fold l^ ioks like s hen run into *^ue^eluiiik. The fai l is In- doe-ai'l need it very bad.Tlif...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 30 June 1892

Counts Vol.IX. So. 48. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, JUXE 30, 189-2. 0^ Price10 Ct8. i'.epullicanin politics, and devoted to the mineral, agricultural, stock and wool interests of the great judith country. / GreatFalls, - Montana. /,^-.-: THEBOSTON, GreatFalls, - Montana. T Weanald respectfully cal the ittentioii ^^l the people of this part of Montana to the fart that THE R^ ^ST^ ^N CLOTHING AND SIK ^E H^ ^l^SK of Creat Falls carry the largest stock of Men's Wear in the State. Not only do they carry the largest and most complete lines of Clothing. Furnishing^Gooda. Hoot-, and Shoes and Hats in the State^hut they guarantee to sell \ou goods in their line cheaper than am men's outfitting establishment in Montana. The volume of business transacted by this house during the year warrants them in selling their goods at a very close margin, closer than a linn who^buy in mall lots and sell a limited quantity. It i-, not the policy of this firm to sell goods at a hh'h profit but ...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 30 June 1892

invi. TOWN,THURSDAY,Jm^^^.*M OKHi.iAl.t-AVtit OK r fcKUUb COUNTY i t-. i - n r i^ itKvKL.K b\ JOHNM VKOUMAN, Editora Pruprietur. li^K pbeh1dkmt, mNJAMIN HARRISON, ofIrrttawn mmv ii i PMBUKirt, WHTELAWREID, iI N'.-w York. Whitney,with the Aid of lha Stand^^ard 4KI monopoly,cm i led the duy for^t inn it ' leveliliul. WillKennedy, of the Boulder Age, luubeen nominated for governor by I. NewYork M /. -eventy-two vi.te.- In^Hill. Cleveland did nut get i single^Mite from hia own state. ^inner,(trover, in the soup all^over! ^ will l^e h gooil campaign refrain^for Republican inarching club* this^fall. Mi.-Democratic ark at Chicago failed^to-hcd rain, and a mi in her of delegates^left Chicago with their shoes full of^wal.r. Caw!caw!! caw'!!^ is the way the^Helena Herald puts it, and there need^ha no crowding to get a hite, as the^supply is ahiindant. Itwas ('level ind's strikers--men who^bald ottos under his administration^that secured his nomination at Chicago.^A puhlie ottice had evidently...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 30 June 1892

CHURCHDIRECTORY PRESBYTERIANCHURCH. LiiVio^N^Regular services art belJ ^ju in*^^e. ond and fourth Sunday* of each nioi.tli BiB^bath ^.hool every Sunday at 'J *^ i^ u. Hrajei^meeting. Tburadav evening* al 7:M I'linaBoowFirst Sunua\, lu:3^ a. iu. 1 ma^^rir~t r-ui.da.. ( mi p iu MiUimald Clrefc Third^^uudav Ku^- r.,rk School H..u^^ Fiid^^ befoit^Bin Baaau. 'I rout Creek^Monday aftel oral^Sunday Maiden- TaM^q aitei Third Sunday. i.EO.KM ir.i - i'a.tol. METHODISTCUt'KCH^FHil BKOuK ^Motiltilt HUbMlitnieM- ^ i't -UD- d^ mat, at ii a iu Jd and 4th 9a*Uyl Phil^Mook at 11 ^ ui and f u iu -'ii sub Jay, ^ 1^at d p ia , 44 Sunday Duhuque. at 11 * j^bethel CBBBal at ' p. In iMw - miJraoH, i mlLruok. KM i r^ . mm i*aM^r LOCALHAPPENINGS. illJ M h Irtt H ill..* ImcI 4 Uplit *|ttwl filet f I ^r. I .it |^h lliif ^ i *-m I'k lilt** It Ilk II..1.-1 I ^Ml ^^Nfcwit*. Ken.!rsl la .11 ^^^^ Sfienriligin i^i 1^IJ t*(M.-t^^^Vr*lul tiaVo tftittiuiit d 'tit*^ iii ii.i- ttrtr atotag roiia^.|*-ra t.jKHDlfUr-. lolm...

Publication Title: Fergus County Argus
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 30 June 1892

ARevolving Shield for Cart. Ametallic turret or shield ^leM::iit-.l^IOC BM ill luniks, express BUI, or any^other plaea liable to attack by rob-^ban or highwaymen, has been patent^^ed by Mr. John E. Shanafelt, of Law-^ivinc, Kansas. The turret in closed^at the top and bottom, and lias a^door which slides in horizontal ways^on its interior. The door and the^sides oi the turret have sight holes^through which a person inside may fire^upon an ^ i^i roaebinn enemy, the aUht^hole* each having rorticoJIy alsdina^blinds svliirh can be opened or closed^at wib. The top of the turret has a^central ventilating draught opening,^in wlii. h is a tubular journal project^ing through the ear roof. facilitating^tin. revolving Ol the torret, which is^pivoted centrally upon a stud or pin^al the bottom. The mechanism for^revolving the turret consists of gear^wheel, With an operating handle, mesh^^ing with a toothed wheel, both wheels^being mounted upon a framework^hii Inn the turret, and the toothed^wheel...

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. — 7 July 1892

Vol.IX. No. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1892. Piice 10 Cts. republicanin politics, and devoted to the mineral, agricultural, stock and wool interests of the great judith country. THEBOSTON, GreatFalls, - Montana. THEBOSTON, GreatFalls, - Montana. JT7ST-A. ^WITH Mc aiialil i, umlfeli rail the ilHelMHI ^i the |ie.^|.le at this ,.art ^^! UmUH ia the fart that TH1 BOSTON CLOTHING AND SHOE Hi HKK nf ('.real Falls carry the largest stork of Men's Wear in the State. Not only do they rarry the largest and most 1111,111 tl linn ..i Oolhiag, Kotni; hint^tiuoit-. Boot* and Stiors and Hat. in the Stat.^hut tilery ;oiarantrr to sell von j-oods in their line cheaper than ant men's outlining eataMMtMCM in MontatiLi. The volume id husiness Ir.uwicic.l liy this house during the year warrants them in selling their goods at a vety close margin, cioset than a Im who^buy in small lot. and sell a limited i j i^ tut it y It is not the policy ot this tluu to sell goods at a high profi...

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. — 7 July 1892

4ernu^ ^C^nmt\i Armie. LBWI8TOWX,THCK8DAT, Julv 7. ^M OFFICIALPAPEK OF FEKOU8 COUNTY hw.l-llII. ^h ki.v ^v JOHNM. VROOMAN,Editor ^ Proprietor ii'k pmmt, BENJAMINHARRISON, UfImliniiit. iiih\ u ^ pnnsjmntrt,^WHTELAW REID, ofN. .rk. John\V. Foster,of Inmnna, ha^ heen^chow n tu MMOMd James ^^. Maine a^-i . n tai v ^^f state. .)uilf (irpsliani has refused Id ba tlie^CMlHdata for tlie presidency on the^third party ticket. The judge is not a^day irMMV, Adial! Think of ^ man hearing that namebecoming vice president of the^United states. It was probably stolen^from an Egyptian mummy. HelenaRepublicans ratified the 110111-^inat 1 111 of Harrison ami Bold last Thurs^^day mnkt|i It was one of the largest^|M^liticml gatherings ever helil in the^state. TheI'lohihitiiinists, in convention in^Cincinnati last week, |ilareil (ieo. .lohn^Pldwrlt. of l alifoi nia, in MM inat I m^lot pifiilaat. anil J. B. t'ranfall, of^Texas, f.i hit -pit si.lt-nt. (innerCleveland iliil not get a vote^from Montana in 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. — 7 July 1892

ToBet on Bate Ball :-.lit-i dollara by the tiuahel,^GoMaa tariitii-a BJ tin- stack:^Bring yi^ur MM| (urHaril Imye.^Doaj t as aaaajbrf, bark. That wi* will ralHulllilll* till- ^illlli Anilmake them tmm t In- tlay Taajiommrni the baa* hall ^^^!^^^Aii.l iIi.-hkM UmI lk^f mm*M atajr. Poor.ariaaaiaVa1 aiortaai, Bi1111 lull til vain roacil. Ymiaalkeil into your ^^Waterloo Amiaata iliiaa ^ ^ |^ unite *^^^-^ * VfMMrl i i|miI fiiiln ^ ou t Hotliiinl ami ataatarfcaj talk: Thmliatriafr tmju ^ill make ^ mi ^ee|i^A In I il i^n yull in a walk. Hnnyjraar haa^fcaU anwi arlagll with antlotlt . Thetown in full laMW 'li.'t .Mm will in-kaaakaa1 unt LOCALHAPPENINGS Thein lim.lhmiHe dag iliil not tlnat on the^loin tli. TheKill Kami wa^ I lit- heel feature ol the^4th ol .Inly relelil a t inll. J.W. ^al trl w lllti- who u|i lloin the -Mii-^aeltstieli lllwl of tin* week. r'lnli|iI. M.nlle wan up frniii Infill^Tueaiinv mi lanil aaataaaa. Btoa*aMMI lia v i- ali'iilt niiinheil t h e 11 wuik.hi thr EMIivm aaiMi...

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. — 7 July 1892

TheFlag of Republicanism. ^,t him I* it ever ' Protect ion -I. ill at a nil^Hrtui-^-ii ^^11r Imeii huium ami free trada'a lire*.la t i^ 111.^Reciprocity*! stars they ahine luigiit o'er the la ml, Aii'lHsttsmm ami Bald iruiile the latent the nut ion.^Thug i-itmjiier we iniint. f.^r ciur cauae it in juet. In(iinl ami the people we place all nur trii-t. Ati'lth.it -t,n ^ii-iiijI.-.I Ha:; we revere ami it-IIM'lll litT ShallIt. lit. re at t he ^la w ii iif the eighth of^Niiv.inl.tr._ Judge. WASHINGTONLETTER IFrom Our Regular rorTenpontlent. I \\ i'h i Nt.t.iN, .1 tine Sffe, 1 s;i2. If the I^et rain hail all l.mit t e.| theae- iei-iiiin.if their presidential ramliilate In a^'. ^.;e t.f the l!^-|iiitilicans. there ia m^ iloiltit^M1.1 l^\ela ml witnlil have received an nver-^wBHMlag in.ij'.ritv. lut the very simple^re ^ ^ f ^a ll.t.i iiiii.'t.ijt ..f every teli Republi-^miM eosaldef him the eaaieat man in the^I teiiiit. rat iv party t.. heat. It ia nut there-^lora MrprWag that Ma miiiiiuati...

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. — 14 July 1892

fcK w ^... GreatFalls, - Montana. THEBOSTON, GreatFalls, - Montana. JUSTT77^OI3E) ^WITH f Uc would respectfully rail the attention .^( the people ^^i this pan oi MiNMan to the tact that THE 1!^ ^S T( ^\ cu TH INC. AND SI K IE TH ^u8e of ('treat Falls carry the largest stork of Men's Wear in the State. Not only do they rarry the largest an^l most complete line .it Oh .thin ;. Feral -,lunr^( mod . Boots and Shoes and Hats in the State^luit they guarantee to sell you goods in their line cheaper than any men's outfitting establishment in Montana. The volume of business transacted by this house during the year warrants them in selling their goods at a very close HMWgia, closer than a firm ^h.^^buy in null lots and sell a limited .puntitv. It n not the policy of this linn to sell goods at a high profit^but on the contrary, to sell at a close margin and turn their stock ^|ilick^believing that large sales and small profits ate equally as profitable as large profits and slow sales. WEWANT YO...

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. — 14 July 1892

JtrillK(Ccmnt\i Ar^ne. LEWISTOWN,THURSDAY, JuIt 14, '^t OFFICIALPAFEK OF FEHOUS COUNTY rlBLISHED ^UAiV BY JOHNM VROOMAN.Ed.tor S. Proprietor. FOBrnr^ll^KNT, BENJAMINHARRISON, OfI. i i i' i i IMi * KB HbMM sT, WHTCLAWREID, i^i N^-^ York. Woodii if Tin Collins 1mm -mi a copy^of bit traaUea m Um silver MbWIt^CHrovei CtaTetna4^ l^on't osatlooa; it,^Tim. Atire at St. John-, N. P.. ^^n the l-tii^iiiet. entailed a loan of nearly ten mil^^lions of dollars. f ifteen tbOtMNMtd DOO-^J.le were made huniele^s. TheDemocratic platform favors a^re-tiir:iii^iii (if Hat* Imiikv ami a return to^wildcat^ money, boi repudiates sil^^ver. Always inconsi-tint ami mischiev^^ous. \\. J. Campbell, who tM recently^chosen as chairman of the national re^^publican committee, announces that it^i- intposeibla for him to serve, and will^tender bit re.-i^nation. Another man^Will he cbOMO at the next meeting of^the national committee. Among oth^^ers, ('^ ^in in i.-Moiitr Curfer ha^ heen^mentioned for the |ilace. Thefo...

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. — 14 July 1892

churchdirectory. PKKUYTfcKIA N ( HI K( H. LSWISTOWNRegular ser^lc**^ ^r*- helJ on th*^^ trou.l an.l fourth Sundays of eat It uiuiitu ~^L^iii 'i lioV| **t*^ry huittiay at|*. m. r*r^)fi iiii-t-tiiiK I hurwlav **v^*i!iiiK- ^ ^ ttin b*^^^h - rir-t Rmiiy.M Ma. a. lTikr^^^t- ir-t Mte] W \^ in McltoMM I ^w*t i Mra^.Sunday . k*^= r..il . I.*h*1 Hou-*- r iid*y U-I^if^nr-i buittia^. 'I r^*^l i nrk -M^^u^l^^ ^fia*r m '^tulida). Muid*-u^ i H*dM MM llnrd tfcTAete)^(tBU. M^a %Ki^-. h*a-l^r MHWMM l HI K^ H. CkiibK^^iiK.- Monthly a^puiiiittM-fct* 1 ' ~un^iiu* I 1*1 at II h nt ; .Maul 4ih Mtitdav, Hiul^n.,. i. M II a lu and ^ gk. ui ; M BaM^jr, 1 '^*^:^hi |^. u. ; .1 ^ iirnlav. !^ul^tt'iit^*, at II * 1,1 i4llrt^^ pel. at : |^ in r*lui i n liitmi r. t u.: i ^ i ^ LOLA!-HAPPENINGS. Theretmt IHMVJ mill* rrM ^^^^ tl,e^^ f i in ili**l -^ It.1v T.J Kioi-i mmm tf M. ImmH hmI fi|- Ml Jijdtr-r!, Muliilrty^. TheMi i iinl* v f^ ^'l tmm ^^ Mgent ^ m^ in^tiiwn pMtiog hills la^t *^Hfk. | RMMfttwffthe ban^-fMtefl ...

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. — 14 July 1892

AFATAL POKER HAND ThePlayer Who Dro*s a Jack-Fall on Keel^Seveus Is a Doomed Man. [Waaalaglaa Letter to CMsasja Herald.]^OmaIoii mtani MMkm ^^i mat^^ure:^, who lilts seen h good deal of life ont he plains and in th* mining camps, tellsan int.-i esting st ory of a (MM nt pofcawnad ^ HbnqaMl tragedy ^^i whichlie lli an involuntary witn.-s-^h few years ago. It whs in one of those^live mniiuc, towns in X**w Mexico. Everythingwas on the boom, and gamblinghouses were in full blast, a-^they are in all frontier towns. Idropped in one day,^ he said,^^in : to *^^^^^ tiow the hoys wars getting^along. A gaawaf poker was in pro^^gram al on.-ot tin- t al ^li^. a ml attract*^ed ine. as t here mm t wo Btg in^it. whom I knew personally. Tliov.^MN both pretty rough rharaiters.^Mix I one 11 n*iii was a ile-perailo who^was teareil from Texas to .Montana. He w.ts one of those quiet fellows. ofnervous temjierament, who said^little at all times, hut acted quickly^nod diwpsratslT in a cristas. There^was a ...

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. — 21 July 1892

. Vol.IX. No. 51. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MO.NT., T1IUHSDAY, JULY 21, 189-2. Price10 Cte. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND wool INTERESTS of the great judith COUNTRY. GreatFalls, - Montana. THEBOSTON, GreatFalls, - Montana. JUST J^^ WORD WITH T Wcwould regMCtfuMy rail the mention of the people of this pari of Montana to the fart that THK H( ^ST^ ^N CU .THING AND SH^ )K H^ -USE of Great Falls cany the largest stock ot Men's W ear in the State. Not only do they carry the largest an.l most complete lines of Clothing. Furnishing^Goods Hoots mm! Shors and Hats in the Stale -but tiny ...nai.ti.tee to sell \ou goods in their line cheaper than any men's outfitting establishment in Montana. The volume of business transacted by this house during the year warrants them in selling their goods at a very doac mat-in. doaa than a firm who^buy in small lots and sell a limited quantity. It i , not the policy of Una firm to sell goo** at a high profit^but on...

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. — 21 July 1892

4ergiio (Comttu ^\vnu^. LRWIITOW^, THURSDAY, July ll.tfl limCUlfAPKH UF kekuu8 COUNTY IMUMt11H.KLV ^v IOHNM. VROUMAN,Editor ^ Proprietor KuKi'll! sii'KNT, BENJAMINHARRISON, Of I n ^ I i 111 i tt ^tc Vli ^ PMWM N i, WMITE LAW REID, ^IX.-w York. I'vrtisW. Field, the great financier^ami pliil:inlliro|^ist, died in New York^on tlte '.Mh inst. I'atentHto ai;ri^ ull ural land issued^MMsCT Cleveland's adnimist ration^nuinliered 44.44.'!; under Harrison.^231.007. Tliesenate'lias voted that the world'.-^fair *liall not be opened on rfunday-^and that liquor must not he sold on^the exhibition grounds. IgnatiusDonnelly has been nomin^^ated for governor of Minnesota by the^I'eople's party. A bigger demagogue^iifver inhaled Minnesota ozone. Thestate militia are in charge of the^Mrorka at Homestead, Pennsylvania^(iovtruor Patlison is being severely^s.i.n-d by the eastern press for his^tardy anion. Nota Democratic paper in Montana^I as the eolira^f to defend the house^(of its action in passing the ...

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. — 21 July 1892

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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. — 21 July 1892

TheWage-Earner'i Itaae. NewYoik Tribune: The stock argu^^ment of the Dsasneratic canvass in^Khode Islam! t tuned upon ^ a^;es under^t he McKinley ai t. K\ Qor. rainphell^went ahout the state declaring that^not one workiii^man in the count i \^t\as .-aiTiing higher w i.-.- on i.-count^lit Las pa^ai-eoi that act. From every^hriiiocratu plaltrtrm liuring the can^v^^i the same assert ion was made. It Willhe repeal ei| III e\eiy stale dUFUM^tin- lie \ I foW months. It Mill he the IIt-iii in i ,i I n plan i^t cam pa it'll 40 1 real e :ipiipul.tr iwuwwioi that protection hasmade t he 1 ich mauiitacl urer richer^and the poor workingman poorer. 'I'h- argument fell rial in Hliode Isl^and, where workmen in foundries and . ^~I. I . . i 'I llillH iih lactonesknew that ihrir wtgni wort^100 per caul hiiihei than t he earn inns^hi - miliar ( lasses of labor aluoad.^\\ hen I hey were asked to helieve I hat^protect1011 had not aMscted the rate^Hi mm 111 New Englsnd,they listened^incredulously. The el...

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