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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 19 January 1893

Count Vol.X. Xo. 2^. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUKTY, MONT., THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1893. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. -cvtiu*(Comttu 3Ur$jtt* I| UI.ISHEI) WIIILY BY^JOHN M. VEOOMAN - Editor and Proprietor. tnter.dat Le*i^town P O as second clessm.tter TERMSOK SUBSCRIPTION : (IIi .u l in adrance.1 ....eye.r-^ * -iiniolitl.* lure ii.oi.lln-- AFTERTHIRTY DAYS: ,u.-^^^* -ixmonth*'iW TmtmmMm^1M ADVERTISINGKATES: OneinC i.nv iiiM-rtiun-* Oneinch, an month^^ 3-*J On*.inch, -i.\ month*- 15.01; OMinch Sun vear- ^ 24.00 -.,, : r.n. Kivcii on lar^e ^p^ce and ^t^ndins^ad crtiweiiicnt*. l.oal not id - I'x-i-iita per line. in ^ ! .. riiM iiicuis payable strictly In ad-^va ne. OI'FUIAL ROrtER. *tt a C t* Uirn-lorv. tiovertnir-John E. Ri^ karil I.i.in, ii.i ll OtfStRM-Alex. C, Botkin Heatherol CaatxreaaW. w. Dixon -.,n tan of Stata1-om* lWwitt In laarei^^. Wright Aii.lltor^A. B ^ ook JllaaaajOa^ralHenri J...

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 January 1893

itargita0l0i\xxt\j ,3lvtiM0. LEWISTOWN,THURSDAY, Jan. lit, '^.Ci OFFICIALPAPEK OF FERGUS COUNTY. PUBLISHEDWEEKLY BV JOHNM. VROOMAN,Editor ^ Proprietor. Fatherlyadvice to young Mr. Leecli i^t^uit.^Independent. So! SenatorJohn E. Kenna of West Vir^^ginia, died in Waniiington on the 11th^inst. He ranked among the ablest^men in the senate. Inthe death of Benjamin F. Butler^remarkable character has been called hence.He wiia a great lawyer, ranking^mong the first in the I'nited State*. Hismilitary career was not without^rilliant points, though he lacked the propertraining to achieve great re-^ulta. His tendency to shift about politicallycaused some to doubt his sincerityand honesty of purpose, but^^ the whole lie w as a man whose good^i-eils outnumbered h's shortcomings,^nd as time grows apace he will be^ratefully tNM inhered by his country-^ten. EdwardMurphy has received the^caucus nomination as senator from^New York almost unanimously. Mr.^Cleveland's protest was without avail. Nodoubt ...

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 January 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY presbyterianchurch. I.EWlsrown^ Regular serricee are held every^Sunday morning at ll:uuu'rluck. Sab'^ath school^every Sunder at :i:uu p- m- iliristian kndeavor Society meet* every Thurs^^day ^veiling M ~::Mj. Geo.Epwards. Pastor. methodistchurch. Lkwi*to\v.n^ Service every Sunday morning at^11 ^'clack, and evening at 7M. Sunday School be^^fore uioriiiint service- Prayer meeting every^\V,.liu-da^ I i. Tiing. . I . r . HAWK, Pastor. PlllI.ltC^K. ^Monthly appointments^ 1st Sun^^day. 1 Ut. al II a. m and 7 p. m.; Beaver Creek,^i i.i^ni.dav. 11 a. lu. and T p. ui., i'ki.brook, 2nd^s,ii, lay, l'l a. in. and 7 p.m.; Willow creek. 4tb^Sunday, 11 a. in. t*aatar*apeaMaMa, rbilbrook. H.m. craven, Pastor. l'jcalhappenings K h^1 LMftlM of poleti wunttnl.^Kt ad CL K. Hi. hitnls card %m the public.^F. K. VftMTtl huh in from I'ticnTiiPHciay.^Qo to %h9i ity M-itt Market for nice friH.i^lar.l. Tin*mi mi utttTin ^M.i veil tlie mail* ho me^^w-hat. B.P. ' ^liaiiilU-r Halted llM county-Be...

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 January 1893

Politeness Ifstrict idea* ever come.^That B^^stoi, Indy Imd 'em. Sheneversaid: ^CliryHtuitheiiiiiii;;^^She hhmJ: ^t'lirv^aiithe-mRtiaij'. Life THESPEED OF A BALL. NoBase Ball Flayer Coold Hold One Drc. pi^From Washington Monument. Afew yearn nyo, in 1884 I believe,^several well known base ball player-^attempted the feat of catching anil^holding a regulation Scalding ^lror^[^e^;^from the top of WaMiinnton monu^ment, says the St. Louis Republic.^The experiment was tried by Trott.^Hines, Baker, Snyder and several^lesser lights in thefraternity, but none^of them succeeded in holding or even^materially checking its progress to the^ground. The men named above KM^all experts at their trades, but it i^^evident that they fjave their sport.-^more attention than they did theii^philosophy during their school days;^otherwise tliey would have kno.w.^that a body dropped from such a^height would be traveling with a speeil^ol 1^7 feet per second at the time ll^its contact with the earth. The rea^^so...

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 January 1893

Vol.x No.2 LEWisTOvr;;,feuch:s county, mum\, tiiubsday, January 26, i8^3. Price10 Cts. RKPL'ELICANIN POLITICS, AND DE'- CT^D TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. fevgtt*(C^ttntu Avtfito !-rULl*HKI WEEKLY BY JOHNM. VK003IAN. - Editor and Proprietor BANK -OF- tnteradat L^^ittown POassecond classmitts' TEK.\I.- Of SUBSCRIPTION :^(ii paid in advauee.1 ,.TMr ~ 'x months.^-^^^^ SM Tism sasesRse ^^^^^*^ \M AFTERmm Mil : Myear*3'5, :i month*_...~^...^^...~^^ ^W TWHMM YHi ill SING RATES: Oneinu MM umertlonS l l Oneinch, one nonlh ^ Oikineh. - nioiitua- ^^^GO Oi.eintli .... .car- - 'HMi S.,. r..s - k'i^ren on tart* ^p^^* and *landiui^ml !i*eiueli^*. \a ..: 'mi I M renin per line. H^^-...! .-'.vi iliseinenla iiuynhle strlrtly In aii- Onll lAL RONTKR. CorCLXXtST- 111. tiri ^pr;i'^ ! under the lawn of Montai.a.) LEWISTOWN,MOST. T.C. POWER ^ BUO., LEWISTOW.*.,sVICSMTAN A, ANNOUNCE DEATHOF EX-PRESIDENT HAYES THEBARDEN LAND CASE. HEARRIVAL OF S.S. HOB8...

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 January 1893

f.KWISTOWN,THl'RSUAY. Jan. 26. 9L- FFICIALPAPEK OF FEEODS COuTITY publishkd weekly U\ JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor ^^ Proprietor Thecoldest wave for many yearr^-truck the eastern i-tutes last week. TheId.tin) diamonds prove to b(^nothing hut white sapphires. Eut^w hite sapphire* an not picked up ii everygulch. TheDemocrats of California secun^the United Slate* senator. His nam^^ia Staph** M. White, and he is a resi^dent of Los Angele*. Btut Bwyliis hill repealing tie^^stray law has' p:is*ed the senate. Ai^^effort will he made to construct a law^th it willgeneral sati*fa! tion. JeiljfBimpaotn says he is in constant^rcoeipt of letters asking him to save the^country. This proves that there are^other fools in the country besides^Jerrv. .]thn ti. Carlisle has sent in his resig^nation as *^ nutor from Kentucky^J lii- i* m arly conclusive evidence that^be will I e o u i e Mr. Cleveland's secre^tarv oi the In i-nry. ('^ ures-.nan Dix .n and Minera^Land Cornmi*sioner M.iginness shouli^be in Waabiug...

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 January 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY. prebytekian rm W'H. Uwpniws-Kegularwrvice^ ^re held ever)^^aaaaj ^^^^It ml ii.-woVlock. laMata ^clii*'^^vcr^ r-jiid^v al I^. m. fllIM llflll in^ ^^***T mmm every lhur-^^l^y .veiling at '^'^^^^ - mi.tiiomstCHt'BTH. Lewi^t^iService every Wmmmw morniii* M^11 o'clock, anil evening ^l ^:;^). .-uniiiiy .-vuixO l^^f,,r.- wniM ^rvice- Prayer meeting ever;^W|j^i ' J ^ ^^^^^*^^^l- *^ ^a^k. PuMur. I'llll.MKooK.Monthly a|.poiiiliiit-l.t^^1-1 Sun^ilay. Il^-t. al 11 a. In. and 7 o In.; Beaver ^ till Msumlav. 11 a. in. aai I |^- ;^ ok, mm sundry,11 a. in. and Turn; Willow creek WU^hunday. 11 a in. i residence, l'hi ILriMjk. K.M. CMTM l'aM--r LJCALHAPPENINGS. MaJuMJhull m ptmm iin'^; reports infn tock tiiMi dotal Xotic-MaM ^^f Hrt.iiiblct.#iiiaii stadMMI ii^aunt Iht toaiiun. AMkituln of comir.en i.il pi la I lag H MM* i1^with iirathi hs m.ti cJir^pntih at thin . All.J. bMMMMM uikI J. L. Stuart r.- turii.-dfn-iii J Kit-11 a. ^^u lat*t l3^itun.Hv'^^coach. Dttvtanprmll from hm lunch 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 January 1893

TheDifference. Junen .'ii r a eoitntri t IsBBB/SBaR,^I n tl-i, VOcW'l latSBRRSca poor. Arilnow flit* int.i*t SaM, NfMM urn! | 'an^To k^ i-i,i 11n* a nil Iroin Iks rlnor. MajaRRsal l'ii. a ii'-Mir position. AmibsS ua i * ii* B I a a] h full,^F..r i-lii- Ma rrfcsd a i.flitit'itifi, Ain 1-1 a itli an iil-i.le oull. WaVMSWaVJA LOG CHAIN Z, Iki BkfkMt, Tiie^ to Digest IhH^Peaaea of iron. Anautopsy reinai kalile in itfel mil!^with Mirpridtag results, MM lirld on rOdy of tlltr IWIWIIIOtll elt'pllftllt Zip,tii it dsad a |soj nights n_-^^ in^a inter qaarters at Baraboo, Wiscon^sin. Prof. PuinldnoMi of Um OMbmjo^univerwii ^*, And Prof. Akiey, oi Milwaa Imi. 1' rformfd tlie. nutop.-ey, Mm pur potwoi wbicfa was to MSHtaia IS*^cause of tin- big pucbydecw'i death^Asliari^ knife IWM Stat tlr.ivxti thronul.^tin- I. i ^ mh -k in under the st oiniich tin^entire leii.'tli of the aiiint.il. mi l tliei toelii'l^ WM deftly leinoveii. An iii^. -, n his i Inn in oK- in t lie st oinaii^alei I'm.. I^onal.l-o...

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. — 2 February 1893

Vol.X. No. 28. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1893. Price10 Cts. 1epuelican in politics, and devoted to the mineral, agricultural, stock and wool interests of the great judith country. ftrgtt*Cnmty ^vjjixo ;-(Bl.lHH k11 WEEKLY BY JOHNM. VBOOHAN - Editor and Proprietor tnteredit Leaastown PO as second dais matter TERMSOF BCBBCTUMfOM : (IIim:.! in advance.) -^. \ i.niii 11. --. Lac TnM mbUM ^Ml AFTERTHIRTY, DAY-: Hvear^* is mouths2.U T MMMMMtMl --^ SMS ADYLRTISING It AXES: oneKM MM insertiont.O* Oneinch, une ^iiunth^^^* Oneincli. MX bmmmm- MM^. Oneinch oit.- vear- ^ Sr ^iven un large-.pace and standing ad^ iiisemcnt*. |m^1 notice. I^'cent!, per line. I.,.,-ia! advertisements |.ayal^lc strictly in ad- OfKKIAL ROM Hit. Man-Director*-. Gsmmjmmj~John E. Rickaril. UmMmMjOmsmbmm-_.\i^x ('. Bttkla MiMliri( Ommjmjm^^. w. Ma rctaryoi .-talc i Treasurer Al iiior AttorneyOmmmI ClncfJu-lice suiireuic (^curt I.- Kol r.r. whkii A. B Uesa .Henri J. BMHMl \V.V. i'clniter oi. .i...

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. — 2 February 1893

er-0tt0CCountji Arnxte. LEWISTOWN,THURSDAY, Feb. 2, ^92 'FFICIALPAPLit OF FERGUS COUNTY ftb;i^hm WEEKLY BV 10HNM. VROOMAN. Editor^ Proprietor. BLAINEDEAD. .lames^^. Bluine died at his home in^Washington, on Jan. 28, after a pro^^longed illness. Tlieweather has been cold enough^during the past week to freeze up Hell^Roaring creek clear to its source. ThePotomac river at Washington^was frozen over to a depth of eight^inches last week. The coldest weathei^fin years in that locality. Thered hot senatorial contest at Hel^^ena does not seeus to have much in^^fluence over the weather. It may he^owing to the cold shoulder Marcus^Daly is giving the Clark faction. Butif free wool shall come, it will^not come to stay; the law that makec^it, and the men who make the law, will,^in political power, wither, even worse^than Jonah's gourd.^^Judge Lawrence. Thedeath of John A. Davis disposes^of one of the principal contestants for^the estate of the late A. J. Davis. So^far as heard from all of the la...

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. — 2 February 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY. PBEflVTEKIAN CHURCH. Lewistown^Regular aerrlcea are held erer^^Sun.tav murninf at 11:00o'clock. Kab ^*th acboo^every tiundar at 3:0U p. ia. hrlMtan Endeavor fcociety meets every Thur*^day evening at 7:30. GeoEdwards, Pastor. METHODISTCHURCH. bsjgnnService every Sunday morning M 11o'clock, and evening at 7::S0. Sunday fnrhool b. -^fore morning service^ Prayer meeting ever;^Wednesday evening.L\ r. HAWK., t aslor. PHIlbiiooK.Monthly appointment*^l^t Sun^Hav. I'l^el, at 11 a. m. and 7 p. Di.; Beaver Oeek^::r^i ^un^Jay, 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.; Pin r ok, 2im^tu^isj. II a. m. and ^p.m.; Wiliow creek, 4t^^feuiKlay, 11 a. m. laatoi'b residence. Philbrook. k.M. Craven. Pastor. LOCALHAPPENINGS. Fliesiueii.ittroubling ntock muc h then*^day a. TherrinmieternftlM as unich thin week^an tinie|t'h'CeH. Agnut ninny therm tune tern froxe ui^^Monday ni^ht. TheproopOTtfl f^*r harvesting an ice crop^are greatly improved. WrapMove |.-gn with llannel thia weatht r^to prevent ^Itillhl tiriH. ...

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. — 2 February 1893

AEarn Bean Ihad n big umbrella, she bad mine 'Twasrainy weather^^Anil, joy to exquisite to think upon. Wewalked together! Nowoodland ijhade wrh ever half 00 kind Norho poetic^An that gaunt dome, unlovely und uniined.^Hlaek-i ibbed, ancetie. Andwnrely never bird aang aweeter Bong l-'romboiigha or ledfct-a^An that the rain aaug. dripping Irom It* Strongbrown silken edgea. 1bleaned the dri v ing gusts^the cloudH that Frownedthe blue lo rover;^1 blaBr^'d the mudd^ puddles on the grourni Andhelped her over. Whatrapture thua from angry wind and [storn Tonhield and hold her^Ad to myaell clone neat ling,kind and warm^Againat my nhouhler! I'^^ w alt zed, until the rising ol the sun, Tomusic xwe-test^That ever m.ide two heprts beat as one, Inwaltz ^ the fleetest. lintof all aids and adjuncts that beguile Thesoul to passion,^I II sw. ara wet umbrella caps the style Andleads thai fashion. WASHINGTONLETTER. IFiouiOur Regular Correspondent.) Washington,Jan., 24 1893.^Tiit; i^re.-^i^lent was unabl...

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. — 9 February 1893

0Mttt $vg^m (Ccmuty 1tb1.1-HKI weekly by JOHNM. VROOMAN. - Editor and Proprietor. tntersdat Lea, iHown P O as second class rratter TERMSOF BCBBCmiFTIOH : (H|^aiJ iii advance.) i-reyear ^- W.UO Sixmonth-,-- T,m months ^^^* alTBTHIRTY DAYS: in.- year--$3.50 -I x Kiontli* -2-00 Tmamm^a-^l tg advertisingRATH i Onetin- i '^^^^ iuiiertion-^$ Oneinch, one month ^^ :*-ou Outinch, ^ix tuoiitUa- 15.00 Oneinch ^^^,. 'ear_ MM Iadi raKa given on large space and Handing^ail . fliseuH'iil*. lajaj aetaSSS lit-cuta per line, S.cial adrertiaeuienU payable atriilly in ail- vae. OFFICIALROSTER. SlulrUirrtlorr. Governor~J^'^^ E- Hi, kar-l- UiataMatflaWMI_IM ^'. H..tkin MelnlierulGMgBBJBfl^...W. W. liixuti s.-in-tarv.,1 SlateKi.lain Twin*. ^^}^*' AiralUafA- 11 Oja* mm^Jfi.-nrralHenri J. Ila,-*.-.. ChiefJustice .-uprenie Court \\. Y. I'einlper on )K. N. i. i * ^^Asvitial*- Justice* Supreme/, url J w j| i^,a\itt CMSupreme CourtUenj Wi l.sl, i SupennteudentPublic Instruction _i.ugeiic steer.^I rileinl Direc...

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. — 9 February 1893

frrpweCumttu -^v^ite. LKWISTOWN, THURSDAY, Feb. ^, H ir'IClAL PAP Lit OF FERGUS COUNTY ri'BLiaiiKDimh by^JOHN M. VROOMAN.Editor ^ Proprietor Manillaiiixl Bozemnti seem to be^cuiituriug the university plums. JudgeWilliam Lindsay will succeed^John (i. Carlisle as senator from K' n-^tucky. Chicago,with its usual pat riot i.-n;^and pabKo spirit, is Among the lir.-t It^take steps towards the erection of a^monument to James Q. Blaine. Threenew countien will be Created^by the present legislature, namely:^Teton, Valley and Flathead. The^probabilities are the other schemes wil^go glimmering for the piesent. Tin*list of eminent dead for Januar\^is probably greater than tor any one^mouth in the history of the country.^Here is the list: Bishop Phillip*^Brooks, General Benjamin F. Butler,^ex-President Haye^, Senator Kciina,^Justice Lamar, and Janus Q. Blaine. Inthe death of Phillips Brooks ot^Bostoi), a great and good man ha*^passed from earth. He was brood and^ROOM] in his theological views and...

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. — 9 February 1893

CtWMHDIRECTORY. PKEsAYTEKIANchvhch. LewistownRegular wrilca* ^re belJ every^Bundav morning m 11 :^juo'clock. t-^b ^th school^every Sunday ^t MI P- m- ChristianEndcMvor Society meets every Thurs^^day evening ut T:Jo. 'ueo. EllWAKDS, Pastor. methodistchubch. Le iiti^ws^ Service every Similar morning at^11 o'clock, and evening at ~:M. -unday School be^^fore morning ^rvice^ I*rayer meeting every^Wednesday evening.L\ r. HAWK. 1'a.itor. r'UILBltouK.Monthly appointment^ M Sun^^day I bet, 11 a. m and 7 p. in.; Heaver Creek.^M sumlav, 11 a. in. and 7 p. in.: Hal ^r .ok, M slay, I] a. in. and 7 p.m.; Willow creek, 4tb Sunday,11 a. m. i'astor MMh nie. l'hilbrook. K.M. CRAVEN, l'aslor. LOCALHAPPENINGS. Oil,for a cliinook.^Rend untiles for liiiJs el^o^liere.^BSM of VMMM Ii.iH. February Ma4.^Tlie Ice KiagMMM to have been oVpoaeil.^Court mmw the MNi Moniiay in^March. Attemlthe Sons of Veteruna maBi|iierade^ball. February ^^ud. NoteI. ^ '. Power .V Brn.'s siiriu;; au-^rmuiiceiueiit on first page. 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. — 9 February 1893

TheClover. Somesing of the lily and daisy and ro^e^And the paimiea n rid^ pin ka that t beau miner-^time tbruwH j^In the xreeu,lap ol the medder that lilfnkin'up at the skies through the aun- uhinyday**;^Hut Mhiit la the lily and all of the rent^of the flow**, to a man with a heart i:ihi. brcant ThatkM dipped brimmer full of the honey anddew Ofthe Hweet clover hlodHome hi. babyhood knewI Inever set eyes on a cloverfield now.^or fool 'round the table or climb in the^mow, Hutmy childhood comen back just an 1 left r andas plain^A* the Mine 11 of the clover I'm an iffin' again;^And I wauder away in a barefooted dream.^Where 1 tangle my toen in the blossom* thatgleam^With the dew of the dawn of the morning oflove. Kreit wept o'er the gravewthat I'mweepin' above. Andho I loveclover^it seem* like a part^Ol t lie xHcredewt eorrowH and joys of my^heart; Andwherever it bloSMoms. oh, there let nie bow, Andthank Um good Bod as I am thankin' hiin now ; AndI pray to him still for the strength whe...

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. — 16 February 1893

Jttgti Vol.X. Xo. :*0. f-cvgitoGOUPttU ^Av^iite (HimWtKKLY BY johnm vbooman. - Editor and Proprietor fcnteredat Le^i^town POas second cl.ssmatter TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION :^lir paid in advance.)^I-tit; year ^- I3-** -ixm uii 11^ - ^~.mmmmmmmmm mH T..ee niontln^^ Mi arbTHIRTY DAYS:^i no year^^^mmf3.5i PMSMrImmmmmmmmmmi 2.W- T.ree Bionlhs -^^^ Lot' ADYKRTISING RATES: Oneiiii -me insertion-....j LO^^OM mVA\ iii1*' month mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 3.0X tint-inch, sn month*-^ 15.01 Oneinch o,^ war, 2-4.Ot -.... r xiveti on large space and staudiiife.^ad ^ rtineiiienu. l-oal MtfM 11 cent* per line. s.erjal advertisement* payable strictly in ad- va^ e. OFFICIALKtisi l l; Statellirnlorr. t...\i-rmrJohn E. Kiikards UhMMMIGovernor^^. .Alex i\ rtotkiii Menilwrill CpB|hh...IT. W. DIlM .-.i n tarj 'it .-t.u^^lavala fcatwitl lllllllll1 W. Wt 1*1.1 Andititr-A. B Cunt Attorney^.etieralHenri J. Ila-kei: t'liii-fJustice .-tipretue t'ourt W. Y. 1'elnlier mt a~.^ tat. Jii-i ii i s-it|^rctuc.t nrt j w Q. Dm Wilt lI,...

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. — 16 February 1893

ev^xxa(toxxxxtxj Arg^e. LEWISTOWN,THCUSDAY.Feb. 16, '92 iFFICIAL1'APEK OF FERGUS COUNTY ri'BLIHHEOWKkKLY BY JOHNM. VROOMAN. Editor ^ Proprietor. Mrs.Win. C. Whitney, wife of the^ox-secretary of the navy, died in New^York on the oth inst. Itia now in order for Representative^Coder to give the Republicans of Fergus^county some valid reason for cast^^ing his vote for W. A. Clark. It is^against the wishes of every Republican^in this county. Lee Mantle is un^^doubtedly the second choice, next to^Sanders, and Mr. Coder should give^him loyal and unbroken support. We^refrain from further comment until we^learn more of Mr. Coder s motive in^deserting his party. Theelection of Grover Cleveland and^Adlai Stevenson has been officially de^^clared at Washington. Pqofold Count DeLesseps will be^tin ust into a French bastile to remain^two years and pay a fine of 3,000^francs. The old man will die behind^prison bars. Theeducational institution tight has^virtually been settled. Missoula gets^the stat...

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. — 16 February 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY. PRKM1YTEKIANCHl'BCH. LewistownlUgular mrrlifs are held MB f-lay morning at 11:0^) o'clock. Hati'jath school ^veryoundav at 3:UU r. ui. Christianiiniit-avor tfot-ivty ui.-cta every 1 hur^^clay avenine at 7:30. |HBUM Pastor. methodistchi rch. LewistownService every Sunday morning at^11 o'clock, an.l evening at ~:M. Sunday Bellill tte^fore morning xTvice^ Prayer meeting every^Wednesday .uning.D. ^^ HAuK. MaK I'IIII.biumiK.Monthly a|^|Miintment^^1st Sun^^day, I'bet, m 11 a. ni. and ^ p. in.; Beaver Creek.^:'i^i sundav. 11 a. ni. and 7 |^. in.; l'hi ' rook, |M^hiinday, 1) a. m. and 7 p. in ; Willow creek. 41 h^Sunday, 11 a. in. 1'aator'itresidence* l'hilhrook. K.XI. Ckaven. factor LOCALHAPPENINGS. Sonsui Veteran* ball, February Mai NoticeMm reward of ten dollar* I^ir re^^turn of overco it. Attendt lie l^M of Veterans Ml|mil^Imll, Kiluuiiry Ulind. Mrs.( line, l'owell lius fully recovered^from her recent UIiivhh. Thenext term of the district court him^been poatpOMd until M...

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. — 16 February 1893

BLAINEAND C0NKL1NG TheTwo Hau Compared by ^Mack.^--Ojnk-^ling s Or^at Speech in 1880. Mack,^in the St. Louis Olobe-^DWBOMt; ^Tlie Mtaiultioiiil alters the^tritw,^ M the German proverb Mays,^ami so in attempting to estimate the^intellectual qualities of Blaine ami^Conkling Uie difficulty is to find a com^^mon stMidpoint from which to take^the view. It is like trying to make an^BO,rial ion m it h Uenihrandt and Miclieal^Angelo in art or between Gibbon and^Macau ley in history. Kach was su-^pn me iii Ins sphere, but neither could^haye succeeded iii an encroachment^upon thesphere of the other. If the^BMMOI a ot sin-.-e.-s in t.ie bigbsst form^of oratory be the test of intellectual^erestnuee, Ooaktiag was vastly the^Miperior of Blaine; if, however, we ac-^cepl the lower form of test, which may^be denominated the art of speaking to^the nntbinkioy multitude, Blaine was^the superior ol Conkling. Blaine was^an admirable debater; Conk ling could^debate only vita a shower of epigrams^in the ni...

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