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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Fergus County argus. — 23 February 1893

Connt Vol.X. No. 81. LEWIS1WN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1893. Price10 Cts. republicanin politics, and devoted to the mineral, agricultural, stock and wool interests of the great judith country. 9VQMB(County ^tryue l-l'BLISIIKDWEEKLY BT^JOHN M VBOOMAN. - Editor and Proprietor tnteredat Lewistown POassecond classmittsr TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION : (Ifpaid in advance.) Omfmm-IM -i T IIIO!tl!lH^^^^. l.atj T.roe months^...........^^- I.C* AFTERTHIRTY day8:^M yrar-aaVSW -I*mont1.*mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 2.0IJ T wnIhs ^.... Ul A1^YERTISING RATES:^OM lM ' MM insertion^ IM OMiih It. ssss tix nth ^^ ii out-im li, .ii months~ 15.0' OMinch oi,. vear- - '24.0 s.(ii! raiew given on large space and standing al ^^rti'H-iuewla.^]^j al aafSaaa IT. cents per line.^- ^^ ':t! advertisements payable strictly in ad OFFICIAL.HUM I H. Mali-Ulrectorv. i:,,^,.n!i,rJohn e. Rickard Lieutenant^^overnor....^. Meinlierof Congress Seirelaryof Staleam Treasurer Auditor AllorneyQatSMBa iin. f Jii-iice suprem...

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 February 1893

LEWISTOWN,THURSDAY.Feb. 23, '92 OFFICIALPAPER OF FEBOTJS COUHTY. n'BI.IKHKI)WEEKLY B\ JOHNM. VROOMAN. Editor ft Proprietor. Hei*^ tlie ^White Czar^ now, sure^MMMgfe. \Veli!\ve Democratic autlior-^ily for it. Jude Jackson, appointed to the^supreme court by President Harrison,^lias been confirmed without objection. Thehostility engendered in Demi -^emtio r.mks over the senatorial fight^Itid.-. fair to disrupt tlie patry in this^slate. Wlien MhoM was good, he was^very, very good, hut when he was bad^In- Ml horrid. Mr.Cleveland has selected live mem^^ber-of hi-, cabinet and the gentlemen^named are: (iresham, secretary of slate;^Carlisle, secretary of the treasury; Bis-^sell, postmaster general; Lamont,^secretary of war; Hoke Smith, secre^^tary of the interior. Clevelandhas received a letter from^President Harrison, couched in the^most friendly terms and proferring the^hospitalities of the white house before^inauguration. Harrison also offered^to assist Cleveland in every way in his^powe...

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 February 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY. fkk-nYlfi.ms church. LcwiorowNRegular service* are held every^Hunday morning ju ll:OUo'clock. fc^*V.rtUu school^every Uunday at H:UU p. m. ChristianKndt avor ftoviety meet* every Tburs^day ^veiling at Geo.Edwakuh, Pastor. Cmethodist chirch. LewistuW.n^Service every Sundaj morning r;30.Sunday School be^l*rayer meeting every^L^. K HAwk. I'aslor. 11o'clock, ^It^fore iif^rn i ua M-rvice^\\etlne^day evening. PliILBUuHfh^Monthly appointments^l^t Sun^day. I bet, at 11 ft. in. mid I p. in.; Beaver Creek^:Hi Mtnduv, 11 u. m. and 7 p. ui.: l'ui.orook, 2nd^Suii.lay, 11 a. in. and ^p.m.; Willow creek, 4th^huii'lay. 11a. m. mMmiiFhilbrook. K.M Craven. Put LOCALHAPPENINGS. LastTliinHdny ^aa CUmm New Vears^From preH.-iit indicationx huiUling operu tiuiit,will lM^*in early this waBon.^H. O. PhilHiw aad liiinily. of Phillrrook wt'ivvi.s I rrs at the county Beat lautSatur day. Afull at tendance la requested next Satur^day evening at the meeting of Sons of Vet MM John\V. It. ck. 1. O....

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 February 1893

ProtectionIi a Principle. NVwYork Press: The folly and in^^justice of the cl.-imor of certain Ameri^^can nirert'.^r.i for ^free raw mHte^.^iall^',^is so minutest that it has aroused pro^^tests from British free trade news^^papers, fn an editorial rei^aMiirig the^lnoliatile course of the next consresw^with respect to the tariff, the Brad-^lord Observer, published in the great^^est woolen manufacturing center of^Kngliiml, comments sharply on the^ahusurdijy and selfishness of the de-^maud for free raw materials. It de-^declans that ^'the American farmer^evinces no disposition to be per^^suaded hy his ingenious wooei,^ and^that ^it is inconceivable that he would^submit to make the manufacturer a^present of bw wool without any cor-^responding advantage to himseif.^^This statement, from an unquestioned^free trade source, is diiectly in line^with the position of the Press and o^every sincere Aineruan protectionist.^It applies with equal force to coal^^iron and every kind of raw material^wh...

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 March 1893

Vol.-v. N ^. 32. LttWIdTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MUM', THURSDAY, MARCH -2, 1893 Price 10 Ota. republicanin politics, and devoted to the mineral, agricultural, stock and wool interests of the great judith country. iTex*Uxio(Cnmto ^rgue l-rBLISHEDWEEKLY BY JOHNH VKOOMAN, Editor and Proprietor =ntere^i at Le/mtown POas second class rrattir TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION : HIi-ii I in advance.) saw_^mm BMSJtkiwM t is^wee i i^^^^ Mi AFTERTHIRTY DAY8: itjcar^^^^S3..r .xmonth*-mm^Mi Tre- i. I ri'lis -^^ Mi ADVERTISING KATES : Oticinc ^'^^* insertion^^^^.^ ^ l-r--' Oneiiu li. MM month ^~ W IflitimU Ml iiiotltliit- mWmW uieiiich Ml- 24.^ ; MaSHM on larye space and staudii , ail^ rtirH-iueuta.^l.o tl MltoM H cent* per line.^- .i , iti MM payable strictly In a^N vae. OFFICIALroster. stateDirectory. '.i.v*-rrur-John E. Rirkanl.- I.i.itetiunt ' lovernor^AlcX. C. Kutkjn Metiiluro*^ ofn(ref*^W. W. Uixon ii rctarv ^^l M ile-l-ouis Kotwiu Tnmmt~w. Wilfhi Awiii..rA. B. CooL atttntjUMtnlHenri J. .Ia*kei: 'bid Jii'vti...

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 March 1893

gtVQU*^outttji ^tr^ite. LEWISTOWN,THURSDAY, Mch. 2. '92 *FICIALPAFEH OF FERGUS COUNTY. publishedweekly bv JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor ^^ Proprietor. Thesenatorial question will be de^^cided this week so far as tiie legislature^is concerned. This is the last day of thesession. Fromwhat we can learn Mr. Coder^failed to pair with a Clark adherent^before leaving Helena. A mere over^^sight, probably. Wetrust it was none of the Clark^faction who stole into Ex-Governor^Toole's residence and robbed him of^his silver spoons. Theselection of J. Sterling Morton of^Nebraska for secretary of agriculture is^one of the be^t Cleveland has made. He^is tiie originator of Arbor day. Ifdrover Cleveland warns a good^mau for bis cabinet be knows enough^to go lu the Kt pub ican party for him^It is only tough on the man who accepts. Ifthe present legislative tight will be^the means of knocking millionaires out^of the political arena the people oi^Montana will have a little something torejoice over. GovernorOsbor...

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 March 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY. PKEsBYTEKIAMchurch. LewistownRegular serYices are held ererr^Sunday in.iniingat ll.'UOo'clock. Sabjath school^every bauday mt 3:00 p. m. liristian Endeavor frociely meets every Thurs^^day evening at 7:30. tico.Kdwakds. Pastor. methodistchurch. Lewistow.v Service every Sunday morning at 11o'clock, and evening atSunday Sehoolbe- foreluuriiinjc service- I'rayer meeting every^WedueMlay evening.U. r. HAWK, raster. rW11 BMMMISI^Monthly aitpointments^1st Bun-^flay, I'ltet. at 11 a. m. and i p. in.; Beaver Creek,^8N sunilav. 11 a. m. and 7 p. in.; I'hi nrook. '2nd^BsssnIsb/i 1*1 a. lu. and 7 p.m.; Willow creek, 4th^Sunua), 11 a. m. I'antor'sresidence, Philbrook. K.M. Craven. Pastor. LOCALHAPPENINGS. W*Md lnkeii on HuhHcription at thie otlice.L NoticecliHiiue in Hobensnck ii Sloan'*^mlvertintMM tit on tirst page. Tlieiiii iim ti rr.attracted coiiBiderable at^^tention SMJsUsj Monday morning. l)onali Waite was taken ill List week^\\\th mtrM fever, but in now convalescing. Ragi...

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 March 1893

Timely:Remarkiby Dep^w. Atthe Abraham Lincoln anniver^sary banquet held in New York, Mr Depewwas introduced and spoke as follows: Itis a perennial pleasure to meet^wit h t he Republican Club at its annual^celebration of the birthday of Abra^^ham Lincoln. The Republican par y^has controlled the povernment or this^country for thirty-three years. Some^^times the house of representative*^has been auainst it; once it.,lost t lit^presidency; but ut.no time except tilt^present has it been completely out ot^power ia the government... It is our^pride and clory as a party that there^has been neither incompetency nor^corruption in the Republicanadminis^t ration from Abraham Lincoln in^lienj mini Harrison. The Democracy^has denounced Republican principle*^and criticised all Republican measuiv-^Xow, however they are lacing the ii-^apooaibilitieatjfcfcaf and unmistak^^able pledges. Will they be redeeme.IV Tiiemost explicit pledge and promise^of the Democratic platform was to re^peal the purc hasi...

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 March 1893

Vol.X. Xa 3 \. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1893. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. ftvum (Cotmtjj Artjtte pcBLl!*h ED weekly by JofiNM. VR00MAN, Editor and Proprietor. tnteredat Lewistown POas second class ir.attsr TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION: (Ifpaid in advance.) 1hie reur -~^^ S3.00 Baaaatfca--~~ 1.80 T.ireemonth..^^^. 1-00 ARBTHIRTY DAYS: n-^^ ir^-^3.60 -ix^^ ..iitlia....^i 2.00 Tnrc months 1-40 .i ^Y F.KTISI NG RATES: OMlM MM Insertioni ii T 1.00 Oneinch, one month.....mmmm 3.00 tut inch. ^ ^- tii'tntlw- 16-00 OMincli ^^(,. MJM~ - iM.QG ILai ntai xivni on Urge space and *tan^ling^ad ^^! ti-vna-iitJ*. 1**1li' ii- t * ^ eeiilM per line, : .. l^iMaMMM payable strictly in ad- -'I I I ^ I \ I ROVf KK. MatrUlrrctorr. ('.,., NfJohn E. Kick*rda Ii#^itMAG^niMl^Alex. Hot kin V. h . r .: OMfflMW^ W^ I'ixon .1:1.vol Slate-Louis Kolwitt i^.y. W. Wi ight ...,ii,rA. B. Cook A.lor.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. — 9 March 1893

JPerjutoCCotmttf ^Irgite. LEWISTOWN,THURSDAY. Mch. :i. 92 OFFICIALPAPKK OF FERGUS COUNTY. rFBMBHKI)WEEKLY ^Y JOHNM. VROOMAN.Editor ^ Proprietor. Amonument OF SHAME. C.L. CODER.^T. L. LEWIS.^S. W GRAVES.^JOSEPH ANNEAR^PAUL VAN CLEVE.^GEORGE M HATCH. TheyCoderiz d^nix of them^but^thanks to llie loyal twenty-five, the six^didn't count.^Helena Herald. .The responsible editor of the Demo^^crat .-honld remember that Mr. Coder^received more votes than he did for^the legislature. Weare sorry to learn that the Bu/.e-^man Chronicle will discontinue its^duily i.s.-ue this week. Jt was a bright,^newsy little daily, and deserved a bet^^ter fate. Ifit is true that Judge Uresham said^he accepted a place in Cleveland's cabi^^net out of a sense of duty to the Ameri^^can people, it is barely possible that he^is sutferitig with a swelled head. PRESIDENTCLEVELAND Weare now under the second reign^of Grover Cleveland the first and only.^He was inducted into power last Sat^^urday amid great pomp and cerem...

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 March 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY. rREsBYTBKIA N CHURCH. Sundajiiiuriiing at i1:0uo'clock. babjath scliooi everySunday at 3:UO p- nr. Thlln IhriMian fcndcavur Society meeta every Thurs^^day evening at 7:30. ^ EuWAKD8. Pastor. METHODISTCHURCH,^miomi ^It^ ^I^^T Sunday morning at^n^M and .-vming at 7::w. Sunday Kchooi l^- \\stag^ ^ing. L. r. HAM. I astor^i'll li.m:. ^.K ^Monthly appointment*^ 1st Bun- l:iv,I t. i. lit II a. m. and 7 p. m. |; Beaver ^ r^k^,i Bonday. Ha. in. and 7 p. ^tllW ^^^*^ -'^^^Handay, II a. m. and 7 p.m.; Willow creek, -It h min.lay, 11 a 1Kit r'lic-i.li-nce. I'hilhrook. K.M. Craven. PaMor. LOOALHAPPENINGS. W.....I taken on ^ur^ncri|jtinn at thm fifliif. Ilri.k an MssJ huuleil for the Aiidenton litiilding. Olaw)M M^ in quaterly session IMi^i.-k. Oimiil'ih.It'inoiia ami apples at ThoniaB V.lia w nV. Han.Imade buckskin sloven at Thomas Vehauu'^. Acard IroM ^^. at Kicliurils will be lound t-l.-t-rthere. Bo -To Mr. and Mm. W. T. Soope on^1*1 Ma J. March .'tril, a gift.^John I.v..ii.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 March 1893

ACruel Father. MissClatter^Did you hear of the^awful thing that occurred at Matilda^Hiuhstrmm's wedding Miss(inbule^Mercy! no! What^was it MissClatter^Well, you know, Tilly-^is over 2o years old and she pretends^to be only 20. I wasn't at the wed^^ding, but brother Bob was, and he^declares that her father gave her^away. MissGabble (sympathetically) -Oh,^my! That was too horrid for any^^thing. Homesat the World'* Fair. Therein no reason why anyone should he^ili-ti-rn-d from visitine the WorM'h fair by^reason of peMMl inconvenience and un^^certainty attending the securing ol satis-^r'.ietorv hott'l accommodations.. Thi'Northern Pacific railroad will in due^time paMMi lo^v excursion rates to Chicago^and return for this occasion, while its^double daily passenger train service, in-^ehkdiSfl tliri.iigh sleeping ears of l.oth^classes 1 StandartTand Tourist) to Chicago,^w ill M MwU !^'^ at Mm head ill every |iar-^ticula r Toht-lo you in fixing in advance upon^your place of residence while 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. — 16 March 1893

Vol.X. No. 35. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, MARCH 1G, 1893. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY, gtv+nm^Ccmnt^ ,\vtute rVBLISHCDweekly bt JOHNM VKOOMAN, Editor and Proprietor. tntared at Le*istown P O as second class matter TERMSOF SUBSCRIPTION : (Ifpaid in adTance.) rrejear~-~ ^^ -ismonths^^^ L50 T r.^- months--1-00 AFTERTHIRTY DAYS: i. tear~WM -ixr-.i.nth*^._.....^_... 2.00 T rts months .- 1.60 A1^\ EKTISING RATES : Omimc t. ^^ne insertionm 1-00 Uneinch, one month......-^^^ 3.00 Oneinch, -1* months- 15.00 OMinch 9*m VMM- ^ 24.00 I.: rate* kfiren on large space and standing^ad ^ ii;*euient*. I.otl MtWH 15 cents per line, I rial .t lvertiscmenis payable strictly in ad- OtFKIAL ROMtK. StairOinctorv. (.nvrfi^^r-John IJJesstetMMflOe)eejfa)aej^Alex. C. Hotkin MaasherolCongressW. w. Dixon -cen-taryoi StateLouis Rotwitt 1^mw^W. W. WtigM Am.In..rA. B. Cook AttorneyOemMtmlHenri J. Has...

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 March 1893

gtVQXt*(County Arn^e. LEWISTOWN.THURSDAY. Mch.16,'92 -F1ICIALPAPErt OF FERGUS COUHTV. .I-llt 1^ wekkly by IOHNM. VROOMAN, Editor ^ Proprietor. Ex-PresidentHarrison was given a^hearty welcome on his return to Iiniiau-^apolis: a welcome in which party lines^were obliterated for the time being. TheMontana Democrats will present^a .sorry figure when the time to distrib^^ute the pie arrives^Washington Post. Themembers of the ^pie brigade^^in this cnunty should take warning. (lov.liickards has appointed George^W. Irvin. 11., to succeed Martin Ma-^ginnis, as mineral land commissioner.^Mr. Irvin is well qualitied for the place^and hails from the greatest mining^camp on earth. N-^ York Press: The American^workingman who can rejoice in the^pro-pect held out to him by President^Cleveland in his address last Saturday^Would be capable of dancing a jig ou^the stops of the almshouse. Theresponsible editor of the Demo^^crat should remember that Mr. Cleve^^land in his inaugural, speaks of ^re^^movin...

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 March 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY l-re8YTEKI*n church. Lewi-i-own^Regular nerricM are held ererr^morning at 11:00 o'clock. Sab^ath school ercr*^unday atp- m. I'lri-iian Kn.l.avi .-.^^ ^^!^^ meet* e^err 1 bun-^day evening at 7:ItO._ . Ikii.Edward*. Pastor. methodist( hi r( h. Lev*i-town^Service every Sunday niorning at^11 o'. !^) k, and ^ ^^^!^^ at 7::*J. Sunday School he-^fun- nioniinii MTvin ^ 1'rayer meeting every^\\.,nusda^ inning. I r. HAWK. I'astor. I'llh.hkook.^MoiitKly appointments^1st Sun-^iur, I !^^ i. ;.t II a. in. and 7 p. m.; Beaver Creek.^: t.i Bamtaj, 11 a. ni. and 7 p. m.; i'hi i.r ok, 2nd^.-unday, II a. in. and ;p.m; Willow creek, 4tb^MUiday, 11 a. in. i'antor'bresidiiu-e. Philbrook. K.M. Craven. Pastor. LOLAi.iiAl'PENiMCiS. Courtciniv* MB next Monduy. OMK^i!k^' concert. Don't forget it. Woo.I tttlMfi ^ii Miliecriptiiili at thin ofiice. Tomorrowto fValiii PltrirtiV fifij Don't^get ^ML 1;.9, M mltoii Wm* up from ^irasn Kangc laatweek. Qtaatifa*B of Um KaifJhU of Pjthiaa to^^morrow even...

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 March 1893

ThePneumatic Tabs Teit. Thesuccess which attended the first^official test of the pneumatic tube for niniltransist at Philadelphia gives^promi.se of a wonderful revolution in^means of communication and traffic^between different localities. The tube^is over half a mile long, and Postmas^^ter-General Wanamaker sent a bible^wrapped in vn American flag through^it in one minute and three seconds.^Thi.s was at a rate of forty-five feet^per second, with a pressure of six^pounds to the square inch. Subse^^quent Ip two bouquets and later a pair ofshoes, loaf of bread, fruit and other^articles were t ransmitted. To prove^the security of this method of transit^a gold watch was sent through the^tniie. Postmaster-General Wana^^maker and Postmaster field highly^commended the new system. The^Electric Pneumatic company con-^si rutted the i uhe at its own expense,^and as the recent test wassatisfactory^it will turn toe plant over to the fede^^ral Rovt-niinwit for one year and ope^^rate it meantime fr...

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. — 23 March 1893

Scran Vol.X. No. :{^^. LEWISTOWN,FERGUS COUNTY, MONT., THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1893. Price10 Cts. REPUBLICANIN POLITICS, AND DEVOTED TO THE MINERAL, AGRICULTURAL, STOCK AND WOOL INTERESTS OF THE GREAT JUDITH COUNTRY. f**0*t*(Cotmtu At*0tt mUMNweekly by john.m.vrooma.n, Editor and Proprietor. tnteredat Le^i^town POassecond class matter TERMSOK .SUBSCRIPTION : (irpaid in ailrauce.) i.efMI -- 13.00 -* IHOntll^mw4mmm1.80 T ^. mouths- 1.00 41I KK mm DAYS: ii year^$3.50 six!n..lltlis~^ 2-00 Tree months 1.^0 ADVERTISINGKATES: Omi^c ^. '^i^c iunertiun^^...t 1.00 OHiiH-h, oik* monih^.^^^^m 3.00 On*inch, -ii months- 15.00 OMinchviar ^ 24.00 . . : rales uiven on large space and standing ad^uieDtv I.oit nuii^-^-.-^ I^^cents i^er line, al . ir itis* in. nis payable strictly in ad- vam e. *tte- Wirrdorv. Q*mmmJ^*hn E. Ri.kan.H UnlMiilOtitraM^^Alex. C Itotkin MemU-rof roii^res*- ,^\V. W. Dixon n.r. urv ^| BMM-Loui* Kotwitt Tr.t-.uivrI. W. Wiight A.eliiorA. B. Cook Atl.nn \ General.Henri J. HaafcaU Chi...

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 March 1893

I.l-fWlSTOWN.THURSDAY. Mch.L':i Ul' 'i^FICIAL PAPEK OF FERGUS COUNTY PIBLIMiKI* WEEKLY M\ JOHNM. VROOMAN,Editor A Proprietor. CientluSpring should place a benl pin^in her lap. Winter id lingering too^long, by fur. JulesFerry, the celebrated French htftUsiimn and president of the HMlti^died in Paris OH the 17lh inst. thesenatorial term expires. In Wash^^ington the case is different. Here the^sen norm! term expired while the legis^^lature was still in session. In this case^there can he no question as to the^:^o^^ r of the governor to appoint. Montanais not the only state in^which m inter is hanging on with a dentil-^like grip. Down in Kansas there is^dm i .-now aad ir^ quern blimidfc PresidentCleveland is makii g a col-^leetion of walking sticks. He will^probably loan them to members of tin-^^ pie brigade^ to aid them in getting^back to their homes. PresidentCleveland may not r^-^appoint nell who held o f lice under his^former administration as a general^rule, but he would be unpatrio...

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 March 1893

CHURCHDIRECTORY. Il.l--i.l I U: UN CHIECH. I,KWI*rowN^ Ktgular services are held every Sun.la mantis* at IU80o'.lss k. Sab^ath school^evert f.indav at :t:W p. nt. Iariatisa fariNMfWWl meets every Thurs dayt-s- i^11l at t::b.l. _ (iKu.Ei^wakik^, Pastor. MKTIIom*TCHl KrH. I.kmi-tou'.^^ ^^^Tviee every Sunday morning at^]] ^.'^ t..^ k. ui.-l i-vt-iiiii^ at 7:;ai. Sunday School be-^fun- nh-iiiiiu' service- l'rayer meeting every^wsstessaaj ^ asasaaf, D. r. IIAwk. Pastor. PsTILnKook. .Monthly ati|k^iutiuet^ta^1st bud-^gar, I lit. at li a. m. ami 7 p. in.; Bssss* (reek.^3rd Sunday, H a. Ba. and 7 p. ui.; i'lu at* ok. ^Jinl^Sunday, l'l a. in. and 7 p in ; Willow ereek, 4th^Haandn], 11 a. m. Pastor'sresidence. Philbrook. K.M. CRAVEN, Fa-tor. LOCALHAPPENINGS. laaatntBayyUsa left MuMbaj i^r Helena. Tin-l ^l^l l-ulka' ^^^ lic.-rtrt wore ^'^av up.^^I.Viu.inb.r Itm concert tomorrow e-.en- ^t;. \V. II. WiitBoii is e|^einliiig a week in turnli. '(jiiv.^ Bntoka returned from Helena^hint week. A--c.-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. — 23 March 1893

FeltBad in the Morning. Here'sa hand for any task,^Here's a heart lor any fate. Sohe cried when from hie Hunk^II' hud downed a whisky straight. Butnext morning with a ^hie.'' Hfin feeble accents said:^^Here's a stomach iniuhty eick, Here'sa throbbing, bursting head ! Kansas City Journal. SettlingUp. EthelHow did it ever happen that^you and Tom got married; you were^both so odd MaudeThat was just it. We were^both odd and we married to get even. ThenHe Discovers. Aman never realizes how much^furniture he owns until lie tries to walk^iapi Hy through his house in the^dark. ^Puck. Mother'sRecommendation. We;ire nciiiiiiinted with many mother'*^in Centerville who would not be without^^ li;uiil^ei Iain's Cough Remedy in the house^for ii nood many limes its cost, and are re-^^ oiiiiiieiiding it every day. From personal^experience we can say that it haB broken^^B Imil cuids for our children.^Centerville^i S. 1^.) Citizen. oO cent boltles for sale by^W. W. DeWitt. ANEXTRAORDINARY OFFER. ToAll...

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