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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 10 November 1892

JFet Vol.X. No. 1G. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., TILUBSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1892. Price10 Cts. republicanin politics, and devoted to the numeral, agricultural, stock and wool interests of the great judith country. $9Kl}%%m(Cotmttf ^ritit* rUILUHDWEEKLY BY OHNM. VROOMAN.Editor ^ Pro fie or tnteredat Lewistown P O as second class tr attar TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION : (II paid in adrance.) Vr,year ^_ UM Sixmonth* m...Hw...w.....^^1.50 Tureemonths_. IjH afterthirty days:^One year^|3.ft0 T.ree uno: h* ~- 1.50 A: IVIHTIHIIIIH RATES : Oneinc i, ^^^ ^^ iii-wrtioD9 1-00 Oneinch, CM ^'^nth ...... 3.00 Oneinch. ^- months^ 15.00 Oneincb^... \car MM S,-ci.il ratoi ffflVM on large space and standing ad^^TliltCHK.'lttK. l.o.tl m-un ^ - It ccnt^ per line. i.'j.t , i*. rt is.-tuenlH payable air icily in ad- OIFH IAL ROSTER. MateDirectory* QHMHJoseph K. T^m^1^- UmIMN:t '.^.viriiorJohn E. Kirli.tr-N MwiiUt^^i um|mi\v. vv. Mk .-.^ r, iar\ a4 .^-taleL-.ll Kutwitt TnMMirtr.^.K. IJickiiiun AimIiI'T...e. A. Kenn...

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 November 1892

ftI DIM CCott^tt^ Slrotte. UKW18TOWK.THURSDAY,Nov. 10. '92 HowHe Looked X/f16141 FAPErt Of fEKOOa COnSTY. PUBUl-HFIlWKKKI.Y ii. JO.N M. VfiOCWAN.E^.tor ^ Proprietor. . L.Coiler made a splendid race for^ine leaialal ure. Sofar M heard from the People's^l'.uly has nor carried tlit- nation. Noblepolled ahou* aa many votes^Tiio tay as he (lid in t lie eonVelltion. Thelahorinu men did not rush to^the polls to vote for Tim Collin-, lie^VU MOWad under. LATEST^( oniiiv.-sman tad full^state ticket elected with the exception^of B ul^e anil Haskell. Helena-aill i^et lirst place in the capi^^tal contest. Anaconda second, Great^Falls and BOMMM in not ^in it. Itla only iu.-t ice to Mr. Noble to say^that he always claimed he would In-^elected, but we were hanlly WMIId^for such an overwhelming majority^for him to stav at home. NATIONALELECTION. Atthis writing it seeems quite prob^^able that Cleveland will be the next^president. Illinois is conceded to him^by ^ amaJHoajority, while the proa pact*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. — 10 November 1892

CHURCHDIRECTORY. rREnBYTKKHNCHI RCH. I.ewistownRegular services are held on the^^tecotid and fourth Sundays of earn month. Sab-^hath school every Sunday at IsH i iu. Geo.Edwaki^s, Pastor. METHODISTCHl'KI ii. Lkwistown Service every Sunday morning at^11 o'clock, and evening atSunday School be foremorning service' Prayer meeting ever*^\\eJne*Ju; ev-tuutf.0. W. hawk, l a-tor. PHILBROOK. Morithlv appofnUuebts^1*1 suu-^day. I. bet, at li ^. iu.; Si and -ttb Sundays. I'hil-^hrook. at 11a. ni. and * p. in.; M Sunday. I ti^a.^^ I .; |^. iu.; .1 Sunday, Dubuque, at li a. in., and^ll. i licl I n..|^el. at .1 p. lu. X'aalor'aMMMNl 1'hilbrook. K.M. t'KAVK^. l^a^tor. i'-.AL nAPi*i.KI^l^iS. Kretin- wind will whistle, tinI let us Mil be pa/.^For it MM) whistle ^t'oiuradea, Or**T^ i^ i^ hmnm m^ li Thetreating days are over. Defeatedcandidate^If j uu want a drink^go ti* the creek. Woodenrtind mill* fared badly in last^Saturday V storm. Thele-xt leiui of the distiict court con^^vener on ti.e 2s^lh in...

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 November 1892

VIBTTJBREWAKDED TheNow Boarder Wu Prompt to Recognize It- DetroitFree Press: He was taking^his lirst meal at his new boarding^house, mid there wus some evidence^Unit he didn't like it. Waitei,^ he said, ^bring me some^hash. Somewhat, sir^^ asked the waiter, politely. Somehash. Don't you know what hushis^ Xo,sir, we don't have it here. Can'tI get it if I want it^^ he^asked, dictatorially. Nosir. If j ou want hash you^will have to no somewhere else. Well,brinn me some prunes, then,^^he satd, chauginu the subject. Haven'tany prunes, sir,^ re^^sponded the waiter. Noprunes^ Nosir. Can'tI gat prunes here either^^^^No sir; not here.^^The new hoarder was becoming ex^^cited. Tellthe landlady to come here,^^he commanded. Thewaiter brought in the landlady. iam informed, madam,^ he said,^that 1 can get neither hash nor prunes^in this house. Youhave been corectly informed,^^she admitted, with some trepidation,^for he looked like a man who could^pay. AmI to understand that thos^^dishes will not b...

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. — 17 November 1892

i Vol.X. No. 17. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER IT, 1892. Price10 Cts. republicanin politics, and devoted to the mineral. agricultural, stock and wool interests of the great judith country. g*V0tt*C^itutu ^rflitft rCHMMweekly by lOHNM. VKOOMAN, : Editor A P ro rie ci tnterariat Le^i^tov^n P O as second class matter termsof subscription: iirpaid in advance.)^r.^, rear __ months^ 1-t* Tirt* miiiilLa-^ Mi AFTEIlTHIRTY DAT!I^i 'lit year-..-^^*S3.fi0 -,xijnim Tiree ^ ^lbs '-60 ADVK RTIS1 NG KATES : lineilic ^ ^Me iilstTtiou..$ 1.0 Onein.-li. unonlh-^ s.Cf oneinch, .a tuuntha- 15.00 Oi.eiiuii tear- - 21.00 I. rales ijiveii or. large space aud standing^a^l i rt i^eiiieiita. Im.tt noli M l^i tenia per lioe. .-... i:, .(.Ivtrtlntiiieiita payable atrictly In ad- 0 1( I M. ROMtR. MM*Directory. GaaansafJoseph K. Tool-- Ilaaiaaaal UMHM-John L. Kit'liard- MtllilKT.it I OligrtnnW. W. MB Sccr.laryof MaltLouis Rata Ml Treasurer-^ It. O. llii-kmaii AuditorE. A. Kimi. } Kim)'.. n. ...

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. — 17 November 1892

^evmta Count}} 2iV0%x*. LKWISTOWN.THURSDAY.Nov.17.'92 OFFICIALPAPEK OF FEEOUS couhty PUBLISHEDWEEKLY bv JOHNM. VROOMAN, : Editor ^ Proprietor Montanaid no longer a Democratic^state. Howwill silver fare with Grover ii thechair f Mrs.Cleveland and '-JJaby Ruth'* wil^come to the surface again. Folsom,K^'publican,was elected state^senator in .Mi-n^licr county. Thereis ureal' rejoicing iu England^over the defeat of Harrison. ChurleyHartman has carried ha^own county, Oal'atin, by over 300 ma,^jorily. Itis to be honed Mr. Cleveland wil^not make OKI Mother Buyrcd Ms^secrctary of .-Lite. Tlielio/eman Chronicle says Cle' e^land it no uncertain quantity. No, tin^quantity is enormous. The quality is^where lie is deficient. Hungryotlice seekers will Hock t^^Washington after the 4th of uezt^March. Adl^i, the headsman, will as^bist Cirover at the block. Helena'svole for the capital in ihU^county is 740, a good showing consider^^ing the lighl made for the Falls during^the last wetk of the campaign....

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. — 17 November 1892

CHURCHDIRECTORY. PKK-rtYTKHIA K CHURCH. LewistownRegular services mre held on the^in-vond ami fourth Sundays ^*f each month. ^ai^-^bath do html every Sunday at '.t:W p. m. U1DBWABML Pastor. METHODISTMM Lewistow^SerTite every Sunday morning at^11 o'clock, and evening at 7:30. Sunday School he-^fore morning M-rviee' I'rayer ni^t-ting every^Wednesday evening.I^. K. HAWK. 1'awtor. i'llii i. t .^ ^( ^ k ^Mont hi v apnointniebtii^M .-tin-^day. L'bet, ui II a. m.; Si and 4th Sundays, I'hii-^hrook, at 11a. in. ami * |^. in.; M Minday. I lH%^at :t p. ui.i :id Sunday, lmhuitue, at il a- ^^ . and^Hethel ^'ha|H-l, at .) p. ui. ..i-i-.i'^ ratideuce, 1'hilhrook. K.M. (raven, I'astor. LOCALHAPPENINGS. Freh iiinlrrn in tk* nmrket.^Tom Duffy wMMover boa Kort Mnyin-^iiib, Tik'miIhy. Th oili.jiil rotaa will Iwloawl tafcalatad^elnt-wheie. A.T. Wi st vi It wiiM ii|^ Iroin tiruxs rung--^firnt of tlii- wf-k. (mTriii n kni:i ving turkey w ill soon (M^ri|^e MKMMh to pick. Buya (oirl:iinl ntove at HoMMMl *V^...

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. — 17 November 1892

SHESAW GEORGE WASHIHCTON. AMaryland Colored Woman who Died at the^Age of 110 Baltimore,Md.. Nov. (3.^Flora^Driver, the oldest negro in MaiyWuul,^died today at the city hospital. She^was 11(5 years old. She had never^been sick a day in her life and had^just wasted away from old age. She^died so easily t hat the hospital phy^^sician scarcely knew when the last^hreath left her hody. Aunt Flora was^horn in Baltimore the same day that^t In- declaration of independence ^as^signed, July 4, 1770. ^-he said sin^had m i ii George Washington and re-^rolleited perfectly the war of 1812.^anil the h ^t t le of North Point. She^was a cook of great, ahility and ha'i^worked (off some of the oldest ai d^most prominent families in the stale.^She went to the hospital ahout two^months ago and during her last days^urevv weak-minded. She would talk to^herselt lot hours and t hedoctors often^^toad behind her bed and listened to^her chattel nhour ^^deoletime^ and^^ole mass.i anil missus. TheyUjuaily Aie. Ch...

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 November 1892

txm fmegmm^^nmtu Argtt* itbliihidweekly by JOHN M VROOMAN,Editor ^ P rorie or tnteredat Le^iitown P O as second classmattsr TEEMSOF SUBSCRIPTION: (Ifpaid in advance.) Oneyear^^ fS.Ol1 month*.~mm^^ LH T..reeniontlis^- 1^^: AFTERTHIRTY days: OMyear-t3.A0 sixniontlia2.0b T.ree un^.^:hr^ LM A| )V ntll HQ RATES : Ominc'-. em insertion$ l.Of- Out inch, one month^^~3.0*' Oneinch, in month* 15.01 Oneineh on,- vear^ 24.01 itrial ntSE giren on larjfe apace and standing^ad t-rtiM-iuenta. IAt al MEEEEl H EEBEi per line. IMfal :elvertiseiuent^ payahle strictly in ad- BANK -OF- UFKKIALROM KK. SlateDirectory. (j^ i w r in^rJoseph K. T^n^h- Litutciiunt OovernorJohn K Kit-hard* MemherolCsXsgVMW. \V. I ^i xon Secretaryof StateLoni- Rotwitt Treasurer^-.R. ^^. bUeEEEEE AuditorE. A. Kenney AtlorneyQeEMBUIHenri J. HeeImhI ChiefJustice Supreme CourtHenry N. Blake .. . . a( K. N. Harwood A^ocial^-.Mistiees Hi'prenie ^ ^ ^ nrt ^ jj i^**\Vitt ihrk Suprrme CourtW. J. Kennedy S(i^crinteiident l'uhlic 1i^m ruct...

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 November 1892

JtargttdComttu Armte. LKvVISTOWN.THlIKSDAY.Nov. M, | 'JJ .. .fICIAL PAPEU Oi' FEKUUS COUStY. n'BLlSHt:i WKKK.ly 8\ JOHNM. VHOOMAN,Editor ^ Proprie!or. Forthe Defeated Party. WithraaigMtioa, I*'t llrt all to pntvrr-;^\\ r ve mot t lin HM| uuil mm ai r 1 !i lint. Itlook* now gg ttsooajb Beav. rlni'l would^^^^ the iMiim r Republicanoonuly ofMontana this year. Montanawill hardly ftH a ^ln^\v m^Mr. dfYeland'i cabinet. Th^ million^^aire* failed b^ pull tin1 prof out of Hi fit^barrels. Tlirpeople of Miwiui, K.in-as mill^loun an^ tluiinili riiii: around in miioy a^foot deep. In Molilalia tin' Bnl fin) SilverBut* proved to la- the bo4 bed^of tlu^ people'! party. Tbe cmaka will havetwo years at least in which to dis^^cover what tlieir Ml^ion Was aid what^tliey have accomplished. Itia rutnoreil that Fink l!ros., of tin^Herald, are making arrangement* to^publish a morning paper in Helena.^We hope it is true. Montana need* a^represi ntative Republican paper. ChaunceyM. Depew in a speech be^^fore...

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 November 1892

CHURCHDIRECTORY. nMRM*ICHURCH. UfMVWIKt-guUr mt vices are held on the^cec-uttd and fourth Sundays of each month. fcal^baih nkMl HM| Sunday at H:UU p. m. Gko.Llwahw, 1'as tor. methodistCHl'kch. I.KWisTowsService every Sunday niomintf at^11 o'clock, aiul evening at 7:^.i0. Sunday School ue-^t^^re morniiik service* I'rayt-r uieetinK every^\\edneMiay evening.I', r. IIAwk. I uMor. I'll11 in.^ 'k. ^ Monthly appointments^l^t Sun^^day, I'Ui, at 11 a. in.; -^i and 4th Hundays, 1'tail-^hrook, at 11 a. in. and h p. in.; Jd Sunday, I lira,^al :t p. nt.; t-l Sunday, l^uhuque, at 11 a. ui-, aud^Lelhel * j .i el, ul p. in. l'aator'riv-i-lcnce, l'hilhrook. K.M. CRAVES, 1'fc.tor. localhappenings. Itivu1 l.alikrt. CourtMtTIMI next Monday.^PltH nt ^^ulvi r'c Imll H^i^ evening.^Thr MM ilruii Ht^^r.' in now open lor liu*i- lien*. Uny^ tiarliind xtuve lit Hubeunark A Moan's. \V.H. Kelly an.I ^ tie Opheini left Friday^lust on u liu-iiM-MW trip to Greut KuIIh. \V.I.. .!^ hMN n^h lllowil hiri lextHll-^raid ...

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 November 1892

THE8T0EY OF THE REVOLVER. Thoughthe Weapon Wa^ in the Sea the CrimeWent not Unavenged of Men. [NewYork Herald. 1 Iwas walking along the clock that^afternoon when I ran into a tramp^who wal fumbling over a heap of rub^^bish in an ash barrel. Hefished out an old revolver; barely^had his hand touched the weapon^than he threw the pistol to theground.^Turning to me he said: Iwould like to take that iron with^me.^ , Well,there it is. No,not for worlds. Youare crazy. Iam not. How do you know what^may have been done with that revol^^ver^ Might it not have been used in^some killing scrape^ You know it's a^superstition among thieves and mur^^derers to throw away their shooting^irons. It is considered bad luck to^hold 'em.^^^Why so^ Oh,there's no telling. Now this^revolver,^ he said, ^might have taken^a man's life. There are rust stains on^the handle. .See for yourself. Ilooked closely. There were dull^stains there. These might possibly^have been caused by human blood.^But only the microscope ...

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. — 1 December 1892

Vrol.X. No. 19. LEWISTOWX,PERCH'S COUNTY, MO^T., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1892. Price10 Cts. republicanIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED to the mineral, agricultural, stock and V/ool INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, ffT0Uf(C .nutty ^x*^^^o llBUsHKOWEEKLY BY JOHNM. YliGOMAN- Editor and Proprietor tntereda*. L^ a-istcan P O as second c I ass rr. after TKKMsok BUBBCR1FTIOK: (IIpaid iu advance.)^On* year ...._^ f3.no -ixRMBftWi^mmmm 1.50 T11ret-uninilni... 1.00 AKTEKTHIRTY DAYS: lji.- year13.50 T M RM Bthfl ^mmmm LbO A,.KUTISIXG HATES: OmhM ^ ^^ ins'-rtion, OMim-it, MM nith.^.^^...., ^!.^ inch. -. ^. niMiti li*, Oneii. i ^^ .. u-ar at ... SLM aS.U^ -15.00 .1.1. i.i m gftVM largL-patf an^i standiut; ud^ ttji-4'Uifiits.^l.u ^! MtllM l'r^ ccuti per line.^8 Mta] -i [vt'iti.tviuvnts payable Mrictly In ad- oi1I( IA L RMTEI. *ta^* llirrclorv OeeejvtJMmmmmMim I.it'iich.i it 'M.wrimr^John K. Un li;^r^l- Mt-inU-r-t UMglVa*^...W. \V. I^ixuii Beiretarj el Mute^lamfti Kotwiii 'Irv i*ur^*r....^.n * Ot, Hit...

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. — 1 December 1892

criiita(Comity cAviuto. TheFift\^-.-^toons] ooosnm will con^^vene in lin.il session on Dm -Vh. Thefather ^^f Mayor McKinley died^hi Canton, uhin, (in Thnnksgiving day. Afternil, old Missouri is not so had^as it might lie ; SSS,7M gTnpSblksin votedfor Ifariison at tlie NOSnl stao-^tiou. Blaine11^^ ^ Sgaia Satan too much |^ie^and is trotil'led with indigestion. His^jilate of crow was re-ervcd for another^this year. Sofar as heard from Tin I'ollins lias^not yet caught up \\ Ml -I. Kzr.i Ki.-kard-^while H.irtman stdl lends Dfxon by a^safe iniij')i itv. SenatorYi-st says he ^does not f.ivoi^a eavalry etsargS on the tarill.^ Hut i:^may eome, as the solid south is '^in the^s iddle^ again. TheHelena Herald eouipares the^Democratic party to a confidence oper^^ator now tli it it has secured tlie presi^^dency on a | lat fo- in on u hieh it cannot^stand. When it gets to issainsj ^vvilcfTiU^money^ it will nlso compare with the^counterfeiter and ^greOO goods^ man. byJim Hill, by giving him a semi...

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. — 1 December 1892

4 CHURCHDIRECTORY. PKRnBYTEKIAM CHURCH. I.F.ui-ToWN-Kcgulurservice* are ht*M on the^m^ oixl ami fourth Sunday*of each month. Sab^^bath m'IkmiI e\ery bumlay atp. m. Cko.EiAt'AKiKS 1'ihwtor. mmmonm I-KwiktownSurvive every Sumlajr momimt at^11 o'clock, ami evening at ^^:'.'*). Sunday Sthuul be^^fore inorniiitf service- 1'rayer met-tiiitc every^WetlneMlav , veiling.I . *^ - HAWK. I'satur. I'iiiir;tn^^K ^ Monthly sppuhitnieMrt^l*t Sun^^day, i'tM-t. ^i ii a. m.; 'Si and 4th Sunday*, l'fuil-^hnMik. at 11 a. in. and - |^. m.; -d Sunday. I tun.^at :t p. m.; Sunday, |^uhu^|ue, at 11 a. in., and^Hi i licit 'i.a j * I, at Up, in. 1'juttoi'i*re-^idt-iic-e* I'hilbrook. k.m. i'KaVKN, 1'astor. localHAPPEMKGS. Knhli ujrstmal Im Ckmp ^ fc*fti Mure. LantBWMkaJ mmm Mithoiiini sfej in Le^- C.L. HuHfctt VM in fi^in Tbct liiHt Salunlay. Mr.iiriil MfS. WnlUr Wiiite vitiitutl LfV*^ihtovvii litMt week. IIoitN-To Mr. ami Mrs. C. B. Fly. on^Nuvi-.iil- r 2-1 th, a boy. Freightc* iMmm to arrive from tin-^r;iilr*...

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. — 1 December 1892

Laid.Downa Straight Flash. Over^, game of ^draw^ the other^night H Boston man told a story which^caps the climax. He had lost a big^pot on an invincible and the other^fellow didn't have a gun, either. It^occurred in this way, as he told it:^^You see,^ said he, ^I was a young^fellow who got tangled up in poker^with a lot of boys who could manipu^^late the cards and I knew it, but I^relied on my luck to null me out even^in the end. At last my time came. Oneof the best of the sharks was^dealing in a rive-handed game and it^was my 'age.' As I picked up my hand^after the can's bad been dealt I dis^^covered that I had the king, queen, jack,ten mill nine of diamonda straightflush. The three men behin.i^me passed out in succession and I said^to mysclt: 'That's just my luck!' But^the dealer stayed and I, of course,^raised him. He saw my raise and^asked me how many cards I wanted.^I told him to help himself, and, as he^discarded t htvecards, I argued that he^had two aces and I mentally hoped^...

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. — 8 December 1892

Jergn bid- \ro\.X. No. 20. LEWISTDWK,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1892. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, ferine^^ 3\x%\t\j .Arntte II HI 1-11 Kl) WKKKLY BY JOHNM V ROOM AN. - Editor and Proprietor. tnter.dat Le^i^to*n P O at second class rr^tt^r TERMSOK SUBSCRIPTION Irpaid in advance.)^One year ^mmm^i sixmonth*.^^ T..rct:uiotitliM- IRBthirty HAYS: 1.30i.uo i^ne year 1i X IMOI't lis T.rccin' nl ' f^ ....2.00^.... 1.50 ADVERT1S1NG RATES : OneMM '^OM iiu h, Oneinch,^One ini h ii*'in^Ttion9 l.*r uvinuntli.^ 3.0 i: iu.^nt ha- 15.0^j rear '^.Ou I....i nMl K*ve^ on Urge ^|^^ce mnJ ^i*n^linrf^ad ^ t iseliU*litA. Ia ul Holier. 15 cents per line, sr, j.-il ;itlv,-rti.-^^ uients payable strictly in md- ri^ ial imu. MotfDirtctorv. (iM.TIK.r^.JoMI.II K. T.Htl. i.ii-nteiiitiitQuMJf^John E RlehaMH MMtr^| Omgiw^W. W. Dtaaa NMt.irv of MateMMni Koiwiti Tmmmh^^^iii * o. .licktii.li) Au.htu...

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. — 8 December 1892

filli (Coitntu ^rjjite. UCWI8TOWH,TUl'KSDAY. Dec. ^. !^2^'IFFICIAL PAFEK OF FERGUS COUNTY. rtBU^HKI^ WEEKLY B\ JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor ^ Proprietor. Qrovttlimy tic ^ ureiit man with the^gam, but it take* Aillui to wield the axe. TheMad Ueyei hM a new nami' i It^a decent DeMOCttl.is ^lake- warm. Theret arm tbow thai the next l^^^n-^- ofMfOgn ^s will rta**l as follows: Dem^^ocrats 218, BapgliHaaa* l-s^ People's^10, giving the Democrats a clear ma^^jority of SO. TheGreat Northern railroad will he^completed to Seattle by December Stat^The i-itiztii- of St. 1'uul are making^pre] iiiaiiou- In hoM a grand demon^^stration in honor of the event. AlthoughCongressman-elect Hart-^man will probably not take his seat in^OOOgreM until a year hence, he re^^signed his position as local attorney for^the Northern 1'acilic as soon as the re^^turns showed that he was elected. (irover.Cleveland was down in Vir-^einin last week shooting ducks. Per^^haps he may set the example of .-hoot^^ing duck- instead of...

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. — 8 December 1892

CHURCH DIRECTORY. PKEnHYTEKIJNCHUKCH. I.K.wiTows^Kegular serTiees mre held on the^Mi oiitl and fourth Suudajs of each month. Sab^^bath M'bool t-very buuday at 3:UU p. m. Geo.hi-WAKl^, i*a.-tor. METHODlsTCHVKCH. LewimtownSt-rvice every ^undajr niorninjf at^11 o'clock, and evening at 7:iW. Sunday School he-^fore MMI| service- l'rayer uieetini; every^Wednesday evening.V. I. hawk. Castor. l'ltn.hu'^^k.^Monthly appolntniei.ts^1st Sun^^day. Chel. al li a. in.; 'M and -1th Sundays, 1'tiil-^l^riKfk. at 11 a. in. and I o. ni.; -^l Sunday, ( tica,^at : p. in , i Sun.lay. |. ,at II a in . and Itolticl t 'lulp* 1. ui I p. in. i'a-tnr'-residence, 1'hilhrotik. K.M. i kaven. l'astor LOCALHAPPENINGS. AnutInr invoice ol the lieimtiful.^County ^ 'oiiiiiiir.^ioiierM an- in Bexsion this^week. Kriit-HtKie^ ^n^ over from Kt. Mugiimin^Tncadii v. Hon.Iim l'erfcu^ caute in from Mi^liolne Molicla.v. IlaviilIMpraai ^if^ v eil the county^aeut liiet u cek. MissLinhrOaoli i^ vinitini! fricmlH north^oi I li^ .1 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. — 8 December 1892

MONTANAGAME LAWS. TheLatest Legislative Enactments Relative^to Hunting and Fishing. Hunterswill be interested in the lat^^est game laws of the state. They are^as follows and were approved Matcfa^4, 181*1: Section1. That any person who^shall willfully shoot or otherwise kill^lor the par tod of ten years from the^paaaas* of this act, any bison, b;ilTalo^or (piail withm this state shall !^^^dassned guilty of ^ misdemeanor, aixl^upon conviction thereof shall be lined^not less than 9M0 nor more than^S500, or be imprisoned, in the county^jail not l^)M than two months not^more I haii six months, or both such^tine uixl imprisonment tor each ofieiise.^in the discretion of the court, and the^pOMMMioa oi meat of any animal^above mentioned, killf I during said^period, shall he pi esumpf ive evident-^that the pet-on ii.-tvin;^ either in hi^pos^i-.^sion, killed the same in viola^^tion of this sc-etion. Section'J. That any person who^^hail willfully shoot or kill, or cause^to be kilted any white-t...

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